- Educational: Improving the quality of Study Program organization to be able to provide adequate resources covering curriculum, RPS and teaching materials in accordance with the substance of governmental science, lecturers with sufficient qualifications in order to achieve learning objectives, and academic administrative staff capable of managing the learning process optimally.
- Research: Develop research with the theme of “Democracy, Decentralization and Governance Effectiveness”. This research is done gradually. The first stage of understanding the three big actors, namely the state, corporations and community organizations in understanding democracy. The second stage, understanding the program and how to formulate the democratic development program of the three stakeholders. Fourth stage, understanding how the stakeholders implement the program and test whether the program is realized in accordance with idealism and contribute to the creation of democratic policy process. The fifth stage, looking for intersection of program concepts, program implementation and innovating a new institutionalization in constructing democracy for the benefit of society. This research is targeted to be completed within five years by involving all lecturers of Study Program, students and educational staff. The results targeted in this study, in addition to research reports are also written in research journals and policy briefs. Benefits of research results will contribute greatly to changes in curriculum, RPS, teaching materials and learning process.
- Community Service: The results of the research can be modeled and innovated into a new community empowerment. The innovation results are offered to the stakeholders through a process of community service. At least annually it is targeted to communicate research results to stakeholders, both to governments, corporations and social organizations. This devotion involves lecturers and students in facilitating the activities that exist in society while introducing new innovations obtained from the research. This will be conducted by involving community participation.