Learning Outcomes

Bachelor of Applied Science in Cosmetology UNY formulated the programme learning outcomes (PLO) based on government policy, vision and mission of the university and degree programme, and feedback from stakeholders. In general, the PLOs  cover domains: attitude, knowledge, specific skills, generic skills and additional competency which are specified as follows.
a. Believe in God Almighty and showing a religious attitude;
b. Upholding human values ​​in carrying out duties based on religion, morals and ethics;
c. Contributing to improving the quality of life in society, nation, state and progress of civilization based on Pancasila;
d. Acting as citizens who are proud and love the country and having spirit of nationalism as well as a sense of responsibility to the state and nation;
e. Respecting the diversity of cultures, views, religions and beliefs as well as the original opinions or findings of others;
f. Working together and have social sensitivity as well as social care and concern for the community and the environment;
g. Obeying the law and discipline in public and state life;
h. Internalizing academic values, norms and ethics;
i. Demonstrating a responsible attitude towards work based on their field of expertise;
j. Internalizing the spirit of independence, struggle and entrepreneurship.
a. Mastering, interpreting and concluding theoretical concepts, principles, techniques and basic and operational knowledge of beauty aesthetics, including:
1) theoretical principles of anatomy, physiology, cosmetology and nutrition for health and beauty;
2) concepts and knowledge about the norms and ethics of the beauty profession, culture and history of beauty fashion;
3) principles and techniques of effective communication, business communication, excellent service, consumer education and consumer protection;
4) theoretical concepts of applied mathematics, applied physics, and applied research methods;
5) knowledge of the latest and latest technological developments in the field of beauty;
6) theoretical principles, knowledge and techniques of organizing beauty projects;
7) theoretical concepts, knowledge and techniques for making cosmetics and traditional drinks according to Good Cosmetics Manufacturing Practices by conducting reference tracing, identifying, formulating, analyzing, and designing traditional cosmetic products using herbal and natural ingredients;
b. mastering, interpreting and concluding theoretical concepts and principles of learning activities beyond the study program through community activities and humanitarian programs in fostering social sensitivity.
c. Mastering, interpreting and concluding theoretical concepts and principles of beauty entrepreneurship, including:
1) Creativity, innovation and entrepreneurship in beauty products and services.
2) Techniques to design, manage and evaluate entrepreneurs and beauty service businesses;
3) Communication techniques for marketing beauty products and services;
d. Mastering, interpreting and concluding procedural and operational knowledge of beauty practice work with the application of health, safety and environmental management (K3LH);
e. Mastering, interpreting and concluding knowledge and principles of responsibility, job achievement, and solving problems on the results of independent work or group work and presenting them;
f. Master, interpret and conclude the concept of academic integrity in general and the concept of plagiarism in particular, in terms of types of plagiarism, consequences of violations and prevention efforts.
a. Able to apply logical, critical, systematic, and innovative thinking in the context of the development or implementation of science and technology that pays attention to and applies humanities values ​​that are in accordance with beauty;
b. Able to show independent, quality, and measurable performance in the field of beauty;
c. Able to study the implications of the development or implementation of science and technology  based on scientific principles, procedures and ethics in order to produce solutions, ideas, designs, or art criticism;
d. Able to compile scientific works on beauty in the form of a thesis or final project report;
e. Able to make correct decisions in the context of problem solving in the beauty sector, based on the results of information and data analysis;
f. Able to maintain and develop networks with mentors, colleagues and peers, both inside and outside the institution;
g. Able to be responsible for the achievement of group work results and to supervise and evaluate the completion of work assigned to workers who are under their responsibility;
h. Able to carry out the self-evaluation process of the work group under their responsibility, and able to manage learning independently;
i. Able to document, store, secure and retrieve data to ensure validity and prevent plagiarism.
a. Able to design, implement, evaluate and solve job problems in the beauty sector according to needs;
b. Able to apply creative and innovative make-up, hair make-up, body care, and bridal make-up which reflects the cosmetology science