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GENERAL INFORMATION

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Title                             

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: Management

: Bachelor in Management (SM – Sarjana Manajemen)

: Reza Rahardian, SE, M.Si

rezarahardian_fe@staff.uns.ac.id

: http://feb.uns.ac.id/en/courses-english/undergraduate-program/management/

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INTRODUCTION

The undergraduate (bachelor) program in Management of the Faculty of Economics and Business, Universitas Sebelas Maret established in 1976 according to the Presidential Decree Number 10/1976 dated 8th March 1976. The program started on 1st April 1976. The latest decree for this program is issued by the Ministry of Education Number 6528/D/T/K-N/2011 dates 21st April 2011. The program has been ranked “A” by the National Accreditation Board since 2003 until present.

VISION

Vision of the program is to become leading undergraduate program in management at the national level and internationally recognized.

 

MISSION

  1. Provide excellent education and teaching in the field of management demanding self-development of academic staffs and self-reliance of students in gaining knowledge, skills, attitude and comprehension of social norms
  2. Conduct and disseminate high quality academic and applied research in the field of management
  3. Perform useful community development to support implementation and development of management science and to empower society

ACADEMIC STAFFS

The Program is supported by 50 qualified academic staffs hold Master or PhD in the field of management. With regard to academic position, the academic staffs consist of 3 full professor, 40 associate and assistant professors and 7 junior lecturers. Profiles of academic staff members can be seen in the following website:

http://feb.uns.ac.id/id/profil-feb/sumber-daya-kami/

For the research performance of academic staff, information can be searched in the following website: https://iris1103.uns.ac.id/dosen.asp

 

RESEARCH INTEREST OF ACADEMIC STAFFS

Academics staffs are grouped into 5 research groups according to research interest which are Human Resources Management, Marketing Management, Financial Management, Operation Management and Digital Economy & Technology-Based Innovation.

 

STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT

Students of the program have many achievements at the local, national and international levels including Economic Debate Competition, National Best Student, DBS (The Development Bank of Singapore) Young Economist, International Essay Competition and ASEAN Para Games.

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Learning Outcomes

The learning outcomes of our study program are as follows:

Number

Learning Outcomes (LOs)

LO1

Apply management functions (planning, organizing, directing, and controlling) in various types of organizations (for-profit and non-profit)

LO2

Implement concepts and techniques of analysis in management (strategic, finance, marketing, human resources, and operations)

LO3

Design solutions for managerial problems

LO4

Apply business ethics and entrepreneurship principles

LO5

Demonstrate communication skills (oral and written) in both Bahasa Indonesia and English

LO6

Demonstrate ability in information and communication technology

Number

Learning Outcomes (LOs)

LO7

Demonstrate sensitivity to environmental changes

LO8

Master the concept of management functions (planning, organizing, directing, and controlling) in various types of organizations (for-profit and non-profit)

LO9

Master the concepts and technical analysis in the field of management (strategic, finance, marketing, human resources, and operations)

LO10

Master at least one quantitative or qualitative research method in management

LO11

Master current concepts related to environment and business, including development in information and communication technology

Curriculum

The curriculum in our program is designed to achieve the program’s expected learning outcomes. The program is fully aware that alignment between curriculum and expected program learning outcomes is essential. Therefore, each course in the curriculum is designed to achieve the expected learning outcomes of the study program. Moreover, our is designed by stakeholders, including faculty members, students, alumni, and employers, using several mechanisms: questionnaires, meetings, brainstorming, and focus group discussions. The program also emphasizes the importance of the link and match between university and industry.

To complete the program, students need a minimum total of 144 credits: 126 credits for compulsory courses and 18 credits for elective courses. The elective courses should be taken based on the concentration that student prefers. There are four compulsory courses established by the ministry which are Religion Education, Pancasila, Civic Education and Indonesian Language. Moreover, the university also establishes three mandatory courses which are English, Basic Natural Science and Entrepreneurship. The curriculum provided by the program is as follows:

Semester

Course

Expected Learning Outcomes

 
 

1

Indonesian Language

LO5

 

1

Business Introduction

LO8, LO11

 

1

Management

LO8, LO11

 

1

Organization Behavior

LO8, LO11

 

1

Business Mathematics

LO9

 

1

Introduction to Macro Economics

LO11

 

1

  

Introduction to Accounting I

 

LO9

 

 
 Semester

Course

Expected Learning Outcomes

 

2

Religion Education

 

 

2

English

LO5

 

2

Business Communication

LO5, LO6

 

2

Descriptive Statistics

LO10

 

2

Business Law

LO3, LO4

 

2

Introduction to Micro Economics

LO11

 

2

Introduction to Accounting II

LO9

 
 Semester

Course

Expected Learning Outcomes

 

3

Entrepreneurship

LO4, LO8, LO11

 

3

Financial Management I

LO1, LO2, LO3, LO8, LO9

 

3

Marketing Management I

LO1, LO2, LO3, LO8, LO9

 

3

Human Resources Management I

LO1, LO2, LO3, LO8, LO9

 

3

Operation Management I

LO1, LO2, LO3, LO8, LO9

 

3

Inductive Statistics

LO2, LO10

 

3

Cost Accounting

LO2, LO3, LO9

 

3

General Elective Course 1

 

 
 Semester

Course

Expected Learning Outcomes

 

4

Pancasila

 

 

4

Research Methods in Management

LO2, LO9, LO10

 

4

Financial Management II

LO1, LO2, LO3, LO8, LO9

 

4

Marketing Management II

LO1, LO2, LO3, LO8, LO9

 

4

Human Resources Management II

LO1, LO2, LO3, LO8, LO9

 

4

Operation Management II

LO1, LO2, LO3, LO8, LO9

 

4

Management Information System

LO1, LO2, LO3, LO6, LO8, LO9

 

4

General Elective Course 2

 

 

Semester

Course

Expected Learning Outcomes

 
 

5

Corporate Budgeting

LO1, LO2, LO3, LO8, LO9

 

5

Strategic Management

LO1, LO2, LO3, LO8, LO9

 

5

Operation Research

LO3, LO6, LO10

 

5

Managerial Economics

LO3, LO10

 

5

Business Feasibility Study

LO1, LO2, LO3

 

5

Internship

LO1, LO2, LO3, LO4, LO5, LO6, LO7

 

5

Concentration Elective Course 1   (Finance, HRM, Operation, Marketing, Sharia Finance)

 

 

5

Concentration Elective Course 2   (Finance, HRM, Operation, Marketing, Sharia Finance)

 

 
Semester

Course

Expected Learning Outcomes

 

6

Management Practice I (Statistics)

LO2, LO3, LO6

 

6

Management Practice II (Finance)

LO2, LO3, LO6

 

6

Management Practice III (Quantitative)

LO2, LO3, LO6

 

6

Management for Cooperation and

Small Medium Enterprises

LO7, LO11

 

6

Banking Management

LO3, LO7

 

6

Managerial Accounting

LO2, LO3, LO9

 

6

Indonesia Economy

LO7, LO11

 

6

Community Service Program

LO1, LO2, LO3, LO4, LO5, LO6, LO7

 

6

Concentration Elective Course 3   (Finance, HRM, Operation, Marketing, Sharia Finance)

 

 

6

Seminar

 

 

6

Lab Grameen Bank

 

 

6

Lab Sharia Banking

 

 

 

 

 

Semester

 

 

 

Course

 

 

 

Expected Learning Outcomes

 

7

Basic Natural Science

LO11

 

7

Civic Education

 

 

7

Managerial Simulation

LO1, LO2, LO3, LO4, LO5, LO6, LO7

 

7

Proposal Seminar

LO2, LO3, LO4, LO8, LO9, LO10, LO11

 

7

Pre-Job Training

 

 
 Semester

Course

Expected Learning Outcomes

 

8

Undergraduate Thesis

LO1, LO2, LO3, LO4, LO5, LO6, LO7,

LO8, LO9, LO10, LO11

 

8

General Elective Course 3

 

 

Further information on required and optional subjects and credit can be accessed on academic handbook.

Teaching and Learning

The teaching and learning activities are designed to assist students obtaining knowledge and skills as well as desired attitude based on the nation’s noble values. Teaching and learning activities are categorized into direct instruction, laboratory, case studies, project, simulation/role play, field observations, discussion/presentation, and independent study. Technology is used extensively in the teaching and learning activities. For instance, in the courses of managerial practices, academic staff use updated statistical, financial, and quantitative software to equip students with managerial tools. During the teaching and learning process, students will be assessed through various methods. The types of assessment are 1) multiple choice questions, 2) written test, 3) oral test, 4) practical test, 5) essay, 6) laboratory output, 7) presentation and, 8) project output.

The program has implemented a student-centered learning (SCL) approach in teaching and learning activities over the last decade. SCL helps students to express their ideas and to be open-minded, self-confident, and responsible. Eventually, this approach is expected to enhance lifelong learning. To balance academic life and enhance their soft skills, students are also strongly encouraged to join student organizations. Involvement in these organizations helps students gain experience in managing organizations as well as in teamwork.

This program implements various strategies, especially through teaching and learning activities, to help students develop their critical thinking as well as their sensitivity and responsiveness to environmental changes. For example, an independent study model is used for the internship, community service program, and undergraduate thesis writing, all of which are dedicated to help students build their critical thinking, especially with regard to changes in the industry and society. An online learning system is provided to support the teaching and learning process, via two websites: http://learning.fe.uns.ac.id/www/index.php and http://elearning.uns.ac.id. Moreover, the university also provides open courseware https://ocw.uns.ac.id/ to facilitate academic staff in sharing course materials that may be publicly accessed.

Support

Dynamic Faculty

Facilities

Teaching and learning activities of the program is supported with following facilities:

  1. Classrooms supported by adequate information and communication technology
  2. Computer lab to support the courses of management practices
  3. Partnership with industries to support the course of managerial simulation
  4. Sharia Banking Laboratory
  5. Grameen Bank Laboratory
  6. Capital Markets Laboratory (Gallery Investment)
  7. Achievement Motivation Training to enhance students’ soft skills

 

Career

Graduates of this program are expected to be potential manager, business consultant, entrepreneurs, and bureaucrats. The prospective career of the graduates of this programs are as follows:

  1. Management staffs or management trainee in profit and non-profit organization
  2. Civil servant
  3. Account officer, teller, financial/risk analyst, personal banking officer, relationship manager in financial institutions (bank and non-bank)
  4. Sales/marketing executive, supervisor/ manager assistant in manufacture, service or retail companies
  5. Business consultant
  6. Entrepreneurs
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ALUMNI

Graduates of undergraduate program in management of FEB UNS has position in private and public institutions such as ministry of finance, supreme audit council, financial service authority, banks, state-owned enterprises, large private firms in Indonesia and multinational companies.

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Partnership

Industry Partnership: National Land Agency, Indonesia Deposit Insurance Corporation, Indonesia Financial Service Authority, Bank Indonesia, PT. Bank Mandiri, PT. Bank BNI, PT. Angkasa Pura, PT. Bank BTN, PT. Sinar Sosro, PT. Bank Danamon, JNE, PT. Telkomsel, Azana Hotel Group, ADIS Group

International Partnership: Purdue University USA, University of Twente Netherlands, University of Limoges France, University of Portsmouth UK, National Yunlin University of Science and Technology Taiwan and Universiti Malaysia Sarawak