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.

INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOME (ILO):

DESP has seven ILOs, namely:

  1. ILO1: Students are able to explain economic theories,
  2. ILO2: Students are able to understand the current economic condition,
  3. ILO3: Students are able to explain monetary and fiscal policies, development planning, business, international trade, and local economy,
  4. ILO4: Students are able to conduct project evaluation and business management,
  5. ILO5: Students are able to collect data and information, integrate data from various sources, interpret data and information, and evaluate data for accuracy and relevance,
  6. ILO6: Students are able to analyze quantitative and qualitative data, and
  7. ILO7: Students are able to develop scientific papers with appropriate economic theories, concepts, terminologies, and method

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

 

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 Development Economics (HMJEP) 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)

Graduate’s Profile

According to the feedback from stakeholders and alumni using focus group discussion and tracer study, there are seven professions for DESP graduates, namely :

  1. Economists;
  2. Analysts;
  3. Development Planners;
  4. Professionals in Finance and Banking;
  5. Professionals in Fiscal Field;
  6. Asset Valuation Professionals; and
  7. Entrepreneurs.

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

Quality Assurance in DESP

Stakeholder involvement in quality assurance of the learning process in DESP is carried out in the process of preparing the curriculum, assessing stakeholders as users of DESP graduates through a tracer study (Quality Assurance 4 – Stakeholders Involved). The preparation of DESP curriculum is carried out through stages including receiving inputs from stakeholders to determine the profile of graduates that are in accordance with the job market in Focus Group Discussion activities.

In 2020 DESP conducted FGD with the Bank Indonesia Institute, where Bank Indonesia offered internship programs for students through sub-programs of  classroom learning, research, and project-based internships. Case studies and project-based learning methods were inputs from the Bank Indonesia Institute in developing the teaching and learning process in the study  program. DESP responded to this by implementing changes in learning methods towards case studies and projects. This is in line with the development of RPS conducted by LPPMP UNS by emphasizing case study and project-based learning for students.

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