Study Program Description
The D-4 Study Program in Traditional Keris Weapons is a formal academic implementation unit located at the Faculty of Art and Design. The implementation of the Study Program is based on the decision of the Minister of Education and Culture written on SK. No. 147/E/O/2012. The Traditional Weapons and Keris Study Program focuses on the realm of creating keris and traditional weapons along with their aesthetic and philosophical studies. The foundation used in the educational process is the noble values ​​of the Indonesian nation’s culture, accompanied by insight into the dynamics of the times. The Traditional Weapon and Keris Study Program is an educational program at the Diploma 4 level.

Academic degree
S.Tr. sn. (Bachelor of Applied Arts)

Graduate Profile
Graduates of the D-4 Study Program Traditional Keris Weapons are able to act as:

  1. Entrepreneurs in the field of Traditional Keris Weapons (masters, mranggi, art/craft dealers, and so on).
  2. Professional Craftsmen (Empu) in the field of Keris Traditional Weapons.
  3. Curator and Conservator of Keris Traditional Weapons.
  4. Trainers and Facilitators in the field of Keris Traditional Weapons

Learning Outcomes
The learning outcomes of the Keris Traditional Weapon Study Program are designed to produce graduates that are:

  1. Able to make traditional Indonesian keris blades with prestige forging techniques.
  2. Able to explore materials suitable for the manufacture of traditional Indonesian weapons.
  3. Able to use traditional weapons production equipment, both manual and masinal.
  4. Be able to identify a variety of traditional weapons.
  5. Mastering methods and art creation.
  6. Able to make keris sheaths and traditional Indonesian weapons.
  7. Able to make deder (upstream) traditional Indonesian keris weapons.
  8. Able to make pendhok and keris accessories and traditional Indonesian weapons.
  9. Able to carry out the conservation of Nusantara Keris Traditional Weapons.
  10. Able to carry out the conservation of Keris Traditional Weapons.
  11. Able to publish creations of traditional keris weapons accompanied by scientific accountability.
  12. Mastering standard keris studio tool engineering (besalen).
  13. Understand religious and national values.
  14. Able to work together.
  15. Able to curate traditional keris weapons.
  16. Able to manage business in the field of traditional keris weapons.
  17. Able to apply managerial and leadership attitudes.