Undergraduate Program in Informatics Engineering

Vision

The vision of the UNAI Informatics Engineering study program is to become a superior informatics education provider at the national level based on the philosophy of Adventist Christian education that produces quality graduates in 2020.

Mission

  1. Budgeting for quality and innovative education in the field of Informatics based on and integrated with the philosophy of Adventist Christian education for all levels of society.
  2. Conducting research that is sustainable, innovative, oriented towards the development of science and the search for innovative solutions to the problems of society and the nation.
  3. Performing community service that aims to empower, improve the dignity and standard of living of information technology-based communities.

Goals

  1. Producing informatics graduates who are devoted to God Almighty and uphold Christian values, which are reflected in attitudes and behaviors that are trustworthy, honest, have integrity and responsibility.
  2. Producing graduates who excel in the field of informatics, are innovative, able to adapt to the development of information technology and environmental changes, actively seek solutions to community and national problems and are able to compete at the national and global levels.
  3. To become an educational institution in the field of informatics that continues to innovate, has good governance. A conducive academic atmosphere, and developing education that is based on and integrated with the values of Christian education.
  4. Become an institution that actively conducts research activities in the field of informatics to find creative and innovative solutions to the problems of society, nation and state.
  5. Become an institution that actively conducts community service with the aim of improving the dignity, standard of living and community empowerment through the use of information technology.
  6. Build cooperation with similar educational institutions, industries, information technology vendors both from within and outside the country to support the tridharma activities of the study program.