Learning Outcome

Graduate Profile

Ophthalmology specialist program formulate intended qualification profile, with reference from WFME, as follows :

  1. Care Provider: General ophthalmologists who master their scientific scope, skilled in examination techniques and Able to provide both practical and surgical health services, including clinical patient assessment, structured and able to interpret the results of investigations appropriately as well as being able to manage patient clinical services. patient management, able to manage information, apply ethical principles of professionalism and conduct evidence-based medical practice.
  2. Communicator: Graduates are able to communicate effectively between individuals, both with patients and other individuals involved in the patient service process by using attitudes and ethics prevailing in society
  3. Manager: Graduates are able to work in a multidisciplinary team, either as a team leader or member and be aware of their participation in social and health activities
  4. Educator: Graduates are able to carry out the process of transferring knowledge and skills both to peers, patients, the community and students.
  5. Researcher: Graduates are able to be involved and produce quality, useful and humane research in the context of developing science, technology, and eye health services.
  6. Entrepreneur: Graduates are able to develop themselves, identify opportunities and create jobs in the eye health sector.
  7. Community server: Graduates are able to develop non-profit community-based eye health services and play a role in social activities related to eye health problems.


Intended Learning Outcome of OSP






Students will be able to believe in God Almighty, be religious, civilized, uphold human values, have ethics, are independent, and contribute to improving the quality of people’s lives in the fields of medicine and health.



Students will be able to master technical knowledge including basic science (biosciences) and clinical sciences (clinical sciences) in the field of ophthalmology expertise.


Students will be able to master related theoretical concepts (contextual knowledge) covering clinical epidemiology, service organization (organization services), and behavioural aspects in relation to the field of ophthalmology expertise.



Students will be able to develop logical, critical, systematic, and creative thinking through scientific research or design creation, compile scientific conceptions and the results of their studies based on scientific principles, procedures, and ethics in the form of a thesis published in writing in an accredited scientific journal.


Students will be able to compile ideas, thoughts and scientific arguments responsibly and based on academic ethics, as well as communicate through the media to the academic community and the wider community.


Students will be able to manage, develop and maintain networks with colleagues, peers within the wider research institution and community.



Students will be able to display intellectual skills including problem solving skills with a scientific approach (scientific problem-solving approach) and establish clinical decision making in the field of ophthalmology expertise, especially in the eradication of blindness.


Students will be able to implement the concept of interpersonal skills consisting of communication skills, medical interview skills, physical examinations, conducting and interpreting the results of supporting examinations (procedures) in the field of ophthalmology expertise.


Students will be able to manage operating room management, including management of operating instruments, operating techniques, patient safety, infection control, and counselling on operative actions in the field of ophthalmology expertise.


Students will be able to direct individual, family and community health problems in a comprehensive, holistic, integrated and sustainable manner in the context of eye health services.