Our Undergraduate Program in Development Economics is one of the Study Program in the Faculty of Economics and Business, specializing in the economic development studies in developing countries, for the past, current, and future development. The main topics delivered will lead students to find a solution for various problems in economic development, including the factors hampering the development process in the developing countries compared to the developed countries.

Our Program has a significant role in the decision or policymaking process in a private company, governmental sector, State-Owned Enterprises, or even the banking sector. Students will receive in-depth knowledge on human resource and institutional topics, business economy, monetary and international economics, as well as development planning. The Program is designed to prepare graduates with high adaptability to the dynamic labor market both in the private and public sectors.

VISION:

Becoming a high-performing and sustainable Development Economics Study Program at the national and international levels based on the noble values ​​of national culture

MISSION:

  1. Organizing quality education and teaching at undergraduate (S1) degrees in the field of Development Economics, both scientific and applied to produce graduates who are competent and able to contribute at national and international levels.

  2. Organizing quality research that can be published in national and international journals and is beneficial for scientific development and community life based on scientific ethics.

  3. Organizing quality community service activities and oriented towards community empowerment efforts on the basis of the implementation and development of the Development Economy.

Semester

No

Mata Kuliah

Tipe

C/E

SKS

Capaian Pembelajaran

Opsi Perkuliahan Sesuai
Kampus Merdeka

 

1

 

1

Pengantar Akuntansi I

BB

C

3

LO2,
LO7

Internal
prodi

MKF

2

Pengantar Bisnis

BB

C

3

LO2,
LO7

Internal
prodi

MKF

3

Pengantar Ekonomi Makro

BE

C

3

LO1,
LO2, LO4, LO6

Internal
prodi

MKWP

4

Pengantar Ekonomi Mikro

BE

C

3

LO1,
LO2, LO4, LO6

Internal
prodi

MKWP

5

Matematika I

BE

C

3

LO4,
LO5, LO6

Internal
prodi

MKWP

6

Bahasa
Indonesia

GK

C

2

LO4,
LO6

Internal
prodi

MKU

7

Bahasa
Inggris

GK

C

3

LO4,
LO6

Internal
prodi

MKU

 

 

SKS
di Semester 1

 

 

20

 

 

 

2

 

8

Pengantar Akuntansi II

BB

C

3

LO2,
LO7

Internal
prodi

MKF

9

Manajemen

BB

C

3

LO2,
LO7

Internal
prodi

MKF

10

Ekonomi Makro I

BE

C

3

LO1,
LO2, LO4, LO6

Internal
prodi

MKWP

11

Ekonomi Mikro  I

BE

C

3

LO1,
LO2, LO4, LO6

Internal
prodi

MKWP

12

Matematika II

BE

C

3

LO4,
LO5, LO6

Internal
prodi

MKWP

13

Statistik Deskriptif

DA

C

3

LO4,
LO5, LO6

Internal
prodi

MKWP

14

Pendidikan Pancasila

GK

C

2

LO2,
LO4

Internal
prodi

MKU

 

 

SKS
di Semester 2

 

 

20

 

 

 

3

 

15

Ekonomi Makro II

BE

C

3

LO1,
LO2, LO4, LO6

Internal
prodi

MKWP

16

Ekonomi Mikro II

BE

C

3

LO1,
LO2, LO4, LO6

Internal
prodi

MKWP

17

Statistik Ekonomi/Inferensial

DA

C

3

LO4,
LO5, LO6

Internal
prodi

MKWP

18

Ekonomi Islam

AE

C

3

LO2,
LO4

Internal
prodi

MKWP

19

Ekonomi Publik I

AE

C

3

LO2,
LO3, LO6

Internal
prodi

MKWP

20

Ekonomi Moneter I

AE

C

3

LO2,
LO3, LO6

Internal
prodi

MKWP

21

Ekonomi Internasional I

AE

C

3

LO2,
LO3, LO6

Internal
prodi

MKWP

22

Pendidikan Agama

GK

C

2

LO2,
LO4

Internal
prodi

MKU

 

 

SKS
di Semester 3

 

 

23

 

 

 

4

 

23

Ekonomi Sumber Daya
Alam dan Lingkungan

AE

C

3

LO2,
LO3, LO6

Internal
prodi

MKWP

24

Ekonomi Pertanian

AE

C

3

LO2,
LO3, LO6

Internal
prodi

MKWP

25

Ekonomi Pembangunan I

AE

C

3

LO2,
LO3, LO6

Internal
prodi

MKWP

26

Sejarah Pemikiran Ekonomi

AE

C

3

LO2,
LO3, LO6

Internal
prodi

MKWP

27

Ekonomi Industri

AE

C

3

LO2,
LO3, LO6

Internal
prodi

MKWP

28

Kebanksentralan

AE

C

3

LO2,
LO3, LO6

Internal
prodi

MKWP

29

Ekonometrika I

DA

C

3

LO4,
LO5, LO6

Internal
prodi

MKWP

30

Metodologi Penelitian

RS

C

3

LO2,
LO4, LO5, LO6

Internal
prodi

MKWP

31

Pengantar Sosiologi

GK

C

2

LO2,
LO4

Internal
prodi

MKWP

 

 

SKS
di Semester 4

 

 

26

 

 

 

5

 

32

Kewirausahaan

MS

C

2

LO2,
LO3, LO6, LO7

Internal
prodi

MKWP

33

Evaluasi Proyek

RS

C

3

LO4,
LO5, LO7

Internal
prodi

MKWP

34

Lab
Statistika

DA

C

1

LO4,
LO5, LO6

Internal
prodi

MKWP

35

Ekonometrika II

DA

C

3

LO4,
LO5, LO6

Internal
prodi

MKWP

36

Lab
Ekonometrika

DA

C

2

LO4,
LO5, LO6

Internal
prodi

MKWP

37

Ekonomis SDM

AE

C

3

LO2,
LO3, LO6

Internal
prodi

MKWP

38

Mata
Kuliah Pilihan Konsentrasi (Mata kuliah 1)

 

E

3

 

Internal
prodi

 

 

 

SKS
di Semester 5

 

 

20

 

 

 

6

39

Pendidikan Kewarganegaraan

GK

C

2

LO2,
LO4

Internal
prodi

MKU

40

Hukum Bisnis

GK

C

3

LO2,
LO4

Internal
prodi

MKF

41

Ilmu Alamiah Dasar

GK

C

2

LO2,
LO4

Internal
prodi

MKU

42

Ekonomi Koperasi

AE

C

3

LO2,
LO3, LO6, LO7

Internal
prodi

MKWP

43

Alat Analisis Ekonomi

DA

C

3

LO4,
LO5, LO6

Internal
prodi

MKWP

44

Perekonomian Indonesia

AE

C

3

LO2,
LO3, LO6

Internal
prodi

MKWP

45

Mata
Kuliah Pilihan Konsentrasi (Mata kuliah 2)

 

E

3

 

Internal
prodi

MKP

46

Mata
Kuliah Pilihan Konsentrasi (Mata kuliah 3)

 

E

3

 

Internal
prodi

MKP

 

 

SKS
di Semester 6

 

 

21

 

 

 

7

 

47

Internship

MS

C

2

LO2,
LO4, LO5, LO6

Internal
prodi

MKF

48

Community
Services

MS

C

2

LO2,
LO4, LO5, LO6

Internal
prodi

MKF

49

Seminar
(based on concentration)

RS

E

3

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

Internal
prodi

MKWP

50

Mata
Kuliah Pilihan Konsentrasi (Mata kuliah 4)

 

E

3

 

Internal
prodi

MKP

 

 

SKS
di Semester 7

 

 

10

 

 

 

8

 

51

Skripsi

RS

C

6

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

Internal
prodi

MKP

 

 

SKS
di Semester 8

 

 

6

 

 

 

 

 

Pilihan KonsentrasiPerencanaan Pembangunan (PP)

 

 

5

1

Perencanaan Pembangunan

PP

E

3

LO2,
LO3, LO6

 

 

5

2

Ekonomi Regional

PP

E

3

LO2,
LO3, LO6

 

 

6

3

Perencanaan Pembangunan dan Penganggaran

PP

E

3

LO2,
LO3, LO6

 

 

6

4

Analisis Keuangan Daerah

PP

E

3

LO2,
LO3, LO6

 

 

7

5

Analisis Kebijakan Publik

PP

E

3

LO2,
LO3, LO6

 

 

7

6

Ekonomi Pembangunan II

PP

E

3

LO2,
LO3, LO6

 

 

 

 

Pilihan KonsentrasiEkonomi Bisnis (EB)

 

 

5

1

Agribisnis

EB

E

3

LO2,
LO3, LO6, LO7

 

 

5

2

Manajemen Investasi dan
Portofolio

EB/MI

E

3

LO2,
LO3, LO6, LO7

 

 

5

3

Bisnis dan Masyarakat

EB

E

3

LO2,
LO3, LO6, LO7

 

 

5

4

Bank
dan Lembaga Keuangan

EB/MI

E

3

LO2,
LO3, LO6, LO7

 

 

7

5

Ekonomi Pariwisata

EB

E

3

LO2,
LO3, LO6, LO7

 

 

7

6

Ekonomi Internasional II

EB

E

3

LO2,
LO3, LO6, LO7

 

 

6

7

Manajemen Pemasaran

EB

E

3

LO2,
LO3, LO6, LO7

 

 

6

8

Bisnis Internasional

EB

E

3

LO2,
LO3, LO6, LO7

 

 

 

 

Pilihan KonsentrasiSumber Daya dan
Kelembagaan (SD&K)

 

 

5

1

Demografi

SD&K

E

3

LO2,
LO3, LO6

 

 

5

2

Ekonomi Lingkungan

SD&K

E

3

LO2,
LO3, LO6

 

 

6

3

Ekonomi Kelembagaan

SD&K

E

3

LO2,
LO3, LO6

 

 

7

4

Ekonomi Perkotaan

SD&K

E

3

LO2,
LO3, LO6

 

 

7

5

Ekonomi Politik

SD&K

E

3

LO2,
LO3, LO6

 

 

7

6

Valuasi Ekonomi

SD&K

E

3

LO2,
LO3, LO6

 

 

6

7

Ekonomi Perdesaan

SD&K

E

3

LO2,
LO3, LO6

 

 

7

8

Ekonomi Kerakyatan

SD&K

E

3

LO2,
LO3, LO6

 

 

 

 

Pilihan Konsentrasi –  Moneter dan Ekonomi
Internasional (MI)

 

 

5

1

Bank
dan Lembaga Keuangan

EB/MI

E

3

LO2,
LO3, LO6, LO7

 

 

5

2

Manajemen Investasi dan
Portofolio

EB/MI

E

3

LO2,
LO3, LO6, LO7

 

 

7

3

Ekonomi Internasional II

MI

E

3

LO2,
LO3, LO6

 

 

7

4

Pemodelan Ekonomi

MI

E

3

LO2,
LO3, LO6

 

 

7

5

Ekonomi Keuangan Internasional

MI

E

3

LO2,
LO3, LO6

 

 

7

6

Kebijakan Moneter dalam
Pembangunan

MI

E

3

LO2,
LO3, LO6

 

 

6

7

Ekonomi ASEAN

MI

E

3

LO2,
LO3, LO6

 

 

 

GK

General
Knowledge/Pengetahuan Umum

PP

Development
Planning/Perencanaan Pembangunan

BE

Basic
Economics/Pengetahuan Ilmu
Ekonomi Dasar Keprodian

MI

Monetary
and International Economics/Moneter dan Ekonomi Internasional

AE

Advance
Economics/Ilmu Ekonomi Lanjutan

SD&K

Resource
and Institution/Sumber Daya
dan Kelembagaan

DA

Data
Analysis Skills/Ketrampilan Analisis
Data

EB

Business
Economics/Ekonomi Bisnis

RS

Research
Skills/Ketrampilan Riset

 

 

BB

Basic
Business/Ekonomi Bisnis

C

Compulsory/Wajib

MS

Managerial
Skills/Ketrampilan Manajerial

E

Elective/Pilihan

 

LEARNING OUTCOMES/CAPAIAN
PEMBELAJARAN

  1. LO1:Menguasai pemahaman yang baik tentang perkembangan teori-teori ekonomi
  2. LO2:Menguasai dan memiliki kepekaan terhadap fenomena ekonomi masa kini dan masa depan dan mampu mendesain solusinya
  3. LO3:Menguasai pemahaman yang baik tentang perkembangan kebijakan moneter dan fiskal, perencanaan pembangunan, industri, perdagangan internasional dan ekonomi lokal
  4. LO4:Mampu menghimpun
    dan mengintegrasikan informasi ekonomi dari berbagai sumber, memaknai informasi, dan akurasinya serta aspek kekiniannya
  5. LO5:Menguasai kemampuan dalam mengidentifikasi, menginterpretasi,
    dan menganalisa data kuantitatif dan data kualitatif
  6. LO6:Menguasai cara penyajian hasil penelitian berbasis teori ekonomi, konsep, terminologi dan metode yang tepat.
  7. LO7:Menguasai konsep-konsep ekonomi dalam menilai kelayakan usaha dan pengelolaan usaha

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION OF MANAGEMENT STUDY PROGRAM

No Course Course Description
1 Indonesian Language The aim of this course is to introduce students to scientific reasoning, especially in building the basic in selecting the right diction, develop effective sentence, develop a paragraph, and planning for scientific writing (paper, final assignment, and thesis).
2 Business Introduction This course describes business activity in a comprehensive and integrated manner. The materials discussed in this course are the definition of business, its dynamic and development, the environments that affect it, related organization, business functions, and how to manage business activities. Students are expected to understand basic concept of business with all of its related aspects and phenomena.
3 Management This course studies the management of organization based on the basic management functions. The materials studied are the basic concepts of management in managing organization and its development, manager environment, organizational planning, organizing, directing an organization, and controlling an organization. Students are expected to understand the basic of organization management.
4 Organizational Behavior This course studies the basic concept and implementation of organizational culture. The materials studied are the assumptions and issues in the external adaptation and internal integration; deepening the assumption in Organizational Behavior; the significance, typology, and survey in Organizational Behavior; the emergence of Organizational Behavior and the leader;  the changes in Organizational Behavior and the role of leadership in the changes of Organizational Behavior; as well as Organizational Behavior learning, leadership, and its illustration. Students are expected to be able to understand Organizational Behavior in an organization and how to manage it.
5 Business Mathematics This course provides mathematics knowledge and skills for students as the foundation in mastering the competences in business and economics. The materials discussed in this course are the basic concepts of mathematics, mathematic function, algebra calculus, and linear algebra. Students are expected to master the implementation of these concepts in the field of economics and business.
6 Introduction to Macro Economics This course discusses about the basic problems in macro economics, national output and income, long-term and short-term problems, aggregate expense and equilibrium output, fiscal policy, supply of money and central bank system.
7 Introduction to Accounting I This course discusses about topics in accounting, starting from identify, note, and communicate organization economic activities to stakeholders. This course is basic course which is aimed to introduce accounting as the language of business.
8 Religion Education Student are directed to develop attitude that conform with their religiosity. The course are offered for the five major religions in Indonesia, Islam, Christian, Catholic, Hindu, and Buddha.
9 English This course prepare students with English skills with academic purposes in order to support the process of learning such as to understand reading, writing scientific article, and delivering argument in English. The topics include the grammar, academic writing skill, reading and note taking, and business communication.
10 Business Communication Business communication includes various themes related to communication, both oral and written, in business world. Besides the basic principles in communication, the materials also include the process of writing, reporting, and achieving success in communication by utilizing various available communication media, including the introduction to internet and the available facilities. Various preparations to enter work environment is also included as the subject in this course, for example how to prepare application letter, resume, job interview, and business presentation. Along with the rapid globalization, the cross cultural communication becomes one of the topic studied in Business Communication.
11 Descriptive Statistics This course learns the basic of descriptive statistic analysis to assist in taking effective business decision. Students are expected to be able to understand the basic and inferential statistic, probability and distribution of probability, sample and sampling distribution, and be able to explain index and time series analysis.
12 Business Law In the end of the course, students are expected to be able to explain the aspects of laws that related to business activities. The topics that will be discussed in this course are business contract, laws for corporation, trade, securities, guarantee, bankruptcy, intellectual property, consumer protection, and business dispute.
13 Introduction to Micro Economics This course focuses on describing and delivering understanding on micro economic concept so as the student acquire the ability to describe the concept and micro economic implementation in the real life. This course include ten principle of economics, market force of supply and demand, elasticity and its applications, cost of production, and the other introduction of micro economics.
14 Introduction to Accounting II Students are  introduced to the definition of each element in annual report, record transactions, assess the data, and finally communicate the result in a financial report. They will learn to analyze annual report and make simple decision. By the end of the course they will understand the basic theories and skills in accounting and be able to conduct analysis needed to make business decision.
15 Financial Management I This course aims to introduce students to financial management concepts. The topics around basic financial management from the introduction to financial management; fundamental concepts in financial management such as time value of money, financial report, tax, and analysis on financial report; up to financial assets management, will be discussed comprehensively.
16 Marketing Management I This course discusses one of the management functions in a company, marketing management. Several subjects discussed in this course are basic concepts of marketing management, analysis of marketing opportunities, how to develop marketing management, how to form marketing offer, and how to manage and support marketing program.
17 Human Resource Management I This course aims to build students’ understanding on the basic concepts, methods, and techniques in Human Resource Management, with the focus discussion in Human Resource Management functions as business function in strategic decision making process and its implementation. Various functions such as human resource planning, recruitment and selection, training and development, career management, performance assessment, compensation system and employees relation, will be discussed from strategic and technical point of view.
18 Operation Management I This course discusses basic concepts in operation management. This course studies management functions in the transformation process from input to generate output in manufacturing and service, in depth.
19 Inductive Statistics This advanced statistic course is the continuation from descriptive statistic course. This course will covers inductive statistic materials added with multivariate statistic materials, while non-parametric statistic will also be introduced, however, students have to learn it by themself. As an addition, this course will discuss the use of common software utilized in statistic analysis.
20 Cost Accounting This course discusses cost production determination, using cost of production for determining selling price, contract offers consideration, profitability analyzing of various products,  measure manager and organization subunit performance and designing appropriate accounting system with production system and distribution system in the organizations.
21 Information Technology Practice
22 Entrepreneurship This course aims to develop student’s interest and willingness to start new business by implementing entrepreneurship principles (independence, creativity, risk taking, and future oriented), and management functions (planning, organizing, directing, and supervising) correctly.
23 Research Method in Management This course discusses research method in management and its development, including behavioral research in various managerial fields. The explanation regarding the concepts, variables, and theories used in research, as well as the process that have to be completed in scientific research, will be described in detail with various explanations. In the end of this course, students are expected to be able to prepare research report.
24 Financial Management II This course discusses several functions of financial management. Topics around capital structure and leverage, financial planning, and working capital management, and special topics in financial management, such as international management concept, derivative and risk management, mixed financing, and merger, will be delivered comprehensively. Financial management materials are focused on non-financial companies owned by public or companies listed in capital market.
25 Marketing Management II Marketing Management II, in general, talks about the strategy in marketing management and policy taken by marketing manager. Marketing management strategy is a method or mean of decision making in marketing. The main topics discussed in this course are theories and strategy approaches in marketing management, principles and concepts, and development of marketing management.
26 Human Resource Management II This course is the development and deepening of Human Resource Management course (HRM) and Organizational Behavior course (OB) offered in the previous semester. HRM II studies the application of theoretical concept from HRM and OB in solving case study. Through case discussion, it is expected that students will be able to develop idea in understanding theoretical concept, practices, and analysis in managing human resource management in an organization.
27 Operation Management II This course discusses about the operation management in a company which covers forecasting, capacity planning, inventory management, aggregate planning, MRP, short term scheduling, project management, lean production, maintenance, and statistic quality control. Besides, this course also prepare students to generate research proposal in operation management field by examining various articles from scientific journal.
28 Management Information System This course discusses the topics around the concept of information technology management. Several subjects that will be discussed including: information technology as a mean to achieve competitive advantage in global market, the concept of system and methods in system life cycle, management information system and IT equipment, basic in computer processing, database management, and communication, as well as accounting information system, management information system, and decision support system.
29 Civic Education This course aims to develop understanding related to national identity urgency, nation and constitution, Indonesia democracy, and radicalism.
30 Basic Natural Science This course focuses on identifying and discussing universe, biospher, life cycle processess, ecosystem performance to analyze human behavior realted to keep and maintaince environment.
31 Corporate Budgeting This course discusses the concepts in budgeting, techniques in budgeting, and various forms and types of budgets according to the company needs. Company budget is a complete, integrated, and important tool for planning and controlling profit, for all organization, both profit and non-profit.
32 Strategic Management This course discusses thorough planning at company level, among others understanding the concepts and techniques in formulating strategy and the execution of strategy. This sub-material includes the definition and importance of strategy, fundamental concepts and analysis tools, formulation of strategy, and the execution of strategy. Several cases regarding the formulation of strategy for single business enterprise, strategy formulation for diversified company, the execution of strategy and strategic leadership, as well as cases in strategic, ethics, and social responsibility, will be discussed.
33 Operation Research This course provides knowledge and skill to apply the approach and mathematics model in business decision making. The materials in this course are: introduction to quantitative method, probability concept and its application, analysis of decision, forecasting, inventory control model, linear programming, transportation and assignment, network models, project management, queueing theory, and the modelling of simulation of statistical quality control. Students are expected to be able to master various forms of quantitative method implementation in business decision making.
34 Managerial Economics This course discusses the application of economics theory and analysis tools in decision making to learn how company take optimum managerial decision with the constrains that exists. The materials discussed in this course are, among other, the scope of managerial economics, demand analysis, production and cost analysis, market structure and pricing, risk analysis, and long term investment decision.
35 Internship Internship is intra-curricular activity performed by student in governmental or private institution according to their field of study. Internship is a learning process for students to achieve experience in workplace. This program is expected to complement theoretical knowledge delivered in classes. Thus, students will have wider understanding on management from its implementation in practical world and not limited to theoretical approach.
36 Management Accounting This course discusses the use of managerial accounting information (particularly, financial information) for corporate management purposes such as planning, control, and decision making. Specifically this course discusses (a) cost behavior, (b) V-B-P relationship, (c) balanced scorecard, (d) variable costing, (e) activity-based costing (ABC), (f) relevant cost for decision making, and (g) capital budgeting.
37 Management for Cooperation and Small Medium Enterprise* This course aims to provide knowledge and understanding regarding cooperative and SMEs, both theoretically and empirically, as well as from philosophical, conceptual, and managerial aspects. After completing this course, students are expected to be able to recognize, define, go in deep, and apply the concepts of cooperative and SMEs in their daily life to achieve community welfare.
38 Perekonomian Indonesia This course provides complementary competency  for the student of Faculty Economic and Business in term of analyzing Indonesia economy using various of method and it apply on public policy. The materials include (1) history of Indonesia Economy; (2) system of Indonesia Economy; (3) National income; (4) population and labor in Indonesia; (5) Indonesia Equality and Poverty; (6) Industry and Banking development; (7) outstanding money and inflation; (8) Monetary policy; (9) fiscal and national budget; (10) International trade and balance and payment; (11) agriculture development; (12) Development of community economy and MSME’s
39 General Elective Course I
40 General Elective Course II
41 Management Practice I (e-Business )
42 Management Practice II (Data Analysis)
43 Management Practice III (Tools for Concentration Elective Course) This course trains students to solve problems in research using statistical software such as SPSS and SEM AMOS/PLS. The main topics discussed in this course are validity and reliability testing, two samples and multiple samples mean difference test, and testing on complex multivariable relationship. This course focused on the operational skill in the related software.
44 Concentration Elective Course 1
45 Concentration Elective Course 2
46 Concentration Elective Course 3
47 Financial Management III
Human Resource Management III
Marketing Management III
Operation Management III
48 Kampus Merdeka Program – Research
Kampus Merdeka Program – Entrepreneurship
Kampus Merdeka Program – Internship
Kampus Merdeka Program – Village Development Project
Kampus Merdeka Program – Humanity Project
Kampus Merdeka Program -Independent Project
Kampus Merdeka Program – Teaching Assistant
49 Community Service Program Community Service Program is a part of higher education that place student outside the campus so that they can learn to live with the society, to help and to assist the society in explore the potency of human resource and natural resource to solve society’s problems.
50 Managerial Simulation This course adopts simulation of managerial role in real working environment as learning design. Students are placed in certain position in a company and run their role in the position, as well as claiming authority in decision making. This course is implemented by cooperating with practitioner from certain industry in assessing students works from the assignments, whether students have finished the duty according to or relevant with the current business practice.
51 Business Feasibility Study This course discusses about the process in developing idea, and then cultivate and analyze it into real business. This course focused on the competence in developing an idea, and then followed by the competence to analyze it from marketing aspects, human resource, technical and operation, and other aspects, as well as preparing a report for business feasibility study to support the development of the idea into real business or the embodiment of an idea. This material is focused on the ability to analyze a new idea and the idea to develop a business, both medium size business and small size business.
52 Pancasila This course reviews conceptual framework, foundation and the purpose of Pancasila education, Pancasila in the context of country history, Pancasila as the nation foundations, Pancasila as ideology, Pancasila as philosophy system, Pancasila as Ethic system, and Pancasila as the knowledge development paradigm.
53 Banking Management This course learns about banking management both theoretical and application. Specifically, this course learns about banking structure, banking financial performance, banking risk management, liquidity, third party fund management, and lending policy.
54 Under Graduate Thesis / Final Report KM Thesis or final assignment is scientific work created by students through consultancy process with thesis counselor, written according the rules and norms of scientific paper, based on the result of field study, laboratory, literature review, and or other study that corresponds with the field, as the final requirement to achieve bachelor degree.

1. Excellence in education and student affairs is realized through the following policies:

  • E-learning based learning (2019 – 2023)
  • Preparation of research-based textbooks/textbooks (2019 and 2020)
  • Curriculum revitalization based on scientific development and market needs (2016, 2017 and 2020)
  • Competency development based on Study Program concentration (2016, 2020) 
  • Development Planning; Monetary and International; Business Economics; and Resources and Institutions.
  • Sending lecturers to various national and international scientific forums (2019-2023)

2. Excellence in research is realized through policies:

  • Preparation of the Study Program research roadmap in accordance with the university roadmap (2016)
  • Grouping of lecturers in research groups according to competence and concentration in the field of science (2017) 
  • Increased publication of research results on a national and international scale (2019 – 2023)
  • Organizing technical assistance for research proposals and scientific publications (2019–2023)

3. Excellence in the transfer & development of knowledge and knowledge is realized through policies:

  • Presenting experts as guest lecturers (2019 – 2023) in collaboration with Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM); Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM); University of Indonesia, Curtin University.
  • Development of international research collaboration networks (2015 – 2019)

4. Excellence in knowledge management is realized through policies:

  • Implementation of teaching group (2019-2023)
  • Digitization of theses (2019–2023)
  • E-journal-based thesis publication (2019-2023)
  • Access to e-journals (2019–2023)

5. Excellence in human resources is realized through policies:

  • Staff development plan (2019-2023)
  • Implementation of periodic training for lecturers (2019–2023)
  • Implementation of regular seminars/study program discussion forums (2019–2023)
  • Assignment of lecturers to participate in various scientific activities (2015–2019)

6. Excellence in quality and service management is realized through the policy:

  • Development of a study program quality management system (2019-2023)
  • Implementation of the study program quality management monitoring and evaluation process (2019–2023)

7. Excellence in internationalization and public image is realized through the following policies:

  • Implementation of international accreditation (2021)
  • Sending lecturers and students to international scientific forums (2019–2023)

HMJ Accounting FEB UNS as a forum for the aspirations of accounting students in the development strategy of the accounting academic community which has its own characteristics by basing its activities on efforts to improve academic quality and the quality of member organizations professionally.
Outlines of the Organizational Work Program Directions which are the formulation of activities to improve the quality of the organization and the academic quality of its members, are prepared as an effort to develop organizational and academic goals that lead to strategic policies with the main orientation of realizing the achievement of organizational goals

Student Achievement

Some of the student achievements are as follows:

A. Achievements in the academic field are as follows:

  1. The average GPA of graduates over a 5-year period is 3.45.
  2. The average waiting time for graduates to get their first job is 3.3 months.
  3. 80.00% of graduates work in fields that are a match for their expertise.

 

B. The achievements of students in the championships that have been achieved both at the international and national levels are as follows:

1. International Championship

  • International Chorwettbewerd 2014 (team participants)

2. National Championships

  • TNI Orienting Championship 2013 (Second Place)
  • Equilibrium Science Fair 2013 (3rd Place)
  • Trisakti Economics & Business Fair & Competition (TEBFC) 2014 (Winner of Hope 1)
  • National Student Conference, Corruption-Free Economy (EBK) VI 2015
  • National Seminar on Business & Call Paper 2016 (1st Place/Best Paper)
  • National Economic Fair For Our Idea (NEFORIA) 2016
  • National Seminar on Business & Call for Papers 2016 (Best Paper)
  • Futsal Student League 2018 (Rank 2)
  • National Stock Trading Virtual Competition 2020 (1st Place)
  • IMPRESEA Infographic Competition 2020 (2nd Place)
  • PGPAUD Event 2020 (2nd Place)
  • National Business Plan Competition Technology Euphoria 2020 (3rd Place)
  • Student Science Olympiad (OSM) 2020 (2nd Place)
  • Indonesian Science Competition (KSI) POSI 2021 (2nd Place)
  • Indonesian Science Olympiad (OSI) 2021 (2nd Place)
  • College Science Competition 2021 (3rd Place)

Graduates’ Profile

  1. Mastering the concept of management to implement the management fuctions (planning, organizing, directing, and monitoring) in various organizations (business and non-business organization).
  2. Having the competency to implement the concept and analysis technique in management science (stragegic management, financial management, marketing management, human resource management, and operation management).
  3. Capable to identify managerial problems and taking appropriate decision to solve them.
  4. Responsible in their duty by implementing business ethics and entrepreneurship principles (independence, creativity, risk-taking,  future oriented).

Graduate’s Job Prospect

The achievements of graduates’ learning outcomes and the MSP ILO will prepare the graduates to have competencies for working in industrial sector, research, and entrepreneurship. Career prospects available for graduates include:

  1. Management staff / management trainees in business and non-business organizations
  2. Civil Servants with class III / a with the rank of Junior Officer
  3. Account officer, teller, financial / risk analyst, personal banking officer, relationship manager in the banking business
  4.  Sales / marketing executive, supervisor / assistant manager in manufacturing, service and retail businesses
  5. Business consultant
  6. Entrepreneur

Alumni:

Dewanti Cahyaningsih (Class of 2012)- went to Universite de Limoges for her PhD

Choosing the Bachelor Program in Management FEB UNS as my first choice, back then, became one of my best decisions. The curriculum offered and excellent faculty members become the best combination to prepare the students to enter the job market or pursuing further study. As one of the most active study program, the established partnership and collaboration with industrial and academic sector, exposes students to broaden their perspective and open the career opportunities as well as academic opportunities, long before graduation. Not only helping us to grow academically, the encouragement to stay active in both in academic and non-academic activities also help us to enhance our competency, which brings me to my Doctoral study.

 

 

 

 

Muhammad Ridho Reza Pahlevi (Class of 2010) Representative for Remittance Business Development & Networking in Hong Kong – PT Bank Negara Indonesia, Tbk

The Bachelor Program in Management FEB UNS always strive to provide the best experiences for the students both in hard-skill and soft-skill, adding insight as preparation for the job market. The rich experiences and extensive program prepares students to be a competitive alumni to accomplish career success.

Quality Assurance in PSM

PSM is audited by internal and external quality assurance institutions. The study program carries out continuous improvements based on the suggestions from the quality assurance team. Improvements implementation is reported to the responsible unit (UPM).

PSM Quality Assurance is also conducted by considering suggestions from alumni and graduates’ employers. A Focus Group Discussion (FGD) was conducted on  Saturday, 28 August 2021, shows that the study program need to enhance graduates’ soft skill, such as self confidence and communication skills. Responding to those suggestions, the study program carries out an improvement in learning method by increasing the involvement of guest lectures, both guest lecture from practitioners and international experts.

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