Manajemen Informatika (D3)
Information technology today is not just a tool for businesses and organizations. In this era of globalization, information technology and the field of information science are needed as the key to operational and managerial activities.
The MDP University Informatics Management Study Program is a vocational study program (D3) that is committed to producing professional and ethical graduates in the field of informatics. The profiles of graduates in the Informatics Management Study Program are Web Programmers, Mobile Programmers and Desktop Programmers, Junior Analysts, and Network Administrators.
The curriculum of the Informatics Management Study Program is in accordance with the KKNI and the Merdeka Campus. Students will be equipped with applied knowledge where they will take more than 60% of practicum courses in order to have qualified competence and experience. In addition to hard skills, students will be provided with soft skills in communication, collaboration, leadership, problem solving and empathy. So that the graduates produced will be ready to adapt and be able to excel in the world of work.
To become a superior study program in Indonesia in 2028 that is highly committed to quality education in the field of Information Management (D3) to produce graduates who have competitive and professional values in meeting global demands.
To become a superior vocational study program in Indonesia by 2040 that is highly committed to quality education in the field of Information Management (D3) to produce graduates who have competitive and professional values in meeting global demands.
- Organizing a quality and continuous learning process as well as regular and disciplined by applying the field of Information Management (D3) in accordance with the current and future needs of society.
- Conducting research in a programmatic manner in the field of Information Management (D3) and can significantly contribute to the development of science and information technology in Indonesia.
- Carrying out real community service activities by applying information technology that can encourage the development of public knowledge.
- Creating a conducive academic atmosphere