Based on the predetermined graduate profile, the objectives of the Education Management Doctoral Program are to prepare:

1.         PEO 1:

Graduates with good personality, religious, nationalist and strong commitment in realizing effective and professional performance in accordance with the roles and functions carried out, both inside and outside the work environment

2.         PEO 2:

Graduates who are able to generate innovative ideas in the form of creative, original, and tested constructs, models and strategies in the fields of education management, education policy, leadership, program planning and development, educational supervision, and organizational transformation, through literature review and relevant research;

3.         PEO 3:

Graduates who are adaptive to the regulations, policies, and ethical issues that emerge during the implementation of national and global education systems in order to establish paradigms and carry out effective education management and leadership strategies, taking into account the economic, social, and cultural aspects of the organization and the broader community environment, through a variety of theoretical perspectives and empirical studies.

4.         PEO 4:

Graduates can work independently or in teams and advance their careers as educators (lecturers), researchers, leaders of educational institutions at the city/district, provincial, and national levels, leaders of educational units (education managers/administrators), education supervisors, and education consultants in government and military agencies, as well as business and industry.


Table 5.1 Mapping of PEO to Support Professional Accomplishment, Academic Accomplishment, and Social Accomplishment



Professional Accomplishment

Academic Accomplishment