Proses Belajar Mengajar (en)
The matriculation program is designed to help prospective students be better prepared academically to attend regular lectures. This is done considering that some of the prospective students who choose the Master of Management Study Program come from undergraduate program graduates from various disciplines and years of graduation.
The number of courses taken in the matriculation program is very much determined by the status of the student based on the results of the entrance exam selection and interviews, including:
- Full standing
Prospective students who enter this group are declared free from the matriculation program, in other words, they are accepted directly as students.
- Provisional standing
Prospective students who fall into this group are required to take part in the matriculation program which lasts 9 face-to-face meetings for each course.
Subjects given in the matriculation:
- Matematika Ekonomi
- Bahasa Inggris
- Pengantar Manajemen
- Teori Ekonomi dan Perekonomian Indonesia
- The matriculation exam is conducted at the 9th
- face-to-face meetingPassing grade limit for each course is C
SEMESTER EXAM AND EXAM REQUIREMENTS
- Exams are held on a scheduled basis twice in one semester and are called: a. Mid Semester Exam (UTS) b. Final Semester Exam (UAS)
- Student taking the exam is a student who is registered as an active student in the semester concerned, and with a minimum attendance of 75%.
- Before taking the Mid-Semester Examination, students have to pay off financial obligations.
- Every time they take an offline exam, students are required to bring an Exam Participant Card (KPU) which includes a photo.
- Students who do not bring the Exam Participant Card (KPU), are NOT ALLOWED to take the exam.
- Every online exam will be supervised directly by the course lecturer.
AFTER-EXAMINATION AND REQUIREMENTS FOR FOLLOW-UP EXAM
- Follow-up exams, both mid-semester exams and end-semester exams are only given if they meet the following conditions:
- Parents/wife/husband/biological child died/critically during the exam
- Students perform Hajj
- Sick student (inpatient) in hospital
- Experiencing a disaster (force major)
- To take the follow-up exam, students must fill out form 001 and submit a supporting letter related to the above conditions sent via email: email@example.com.
- The follow-up exam is carried out the following week after the end of the UTS or UAS and is determined by the Study Program.
- The application form/letter for the follow-up examination and the certificate must be submitted to the Academic section no later than 3 (three) days before the first day of UTS/UAS, if it is past that time limit, it will not be processed.
INDEKS PRESTASI (IP)
- Achievement Index (IP) is the average credit score which is the final unit of value that describes the quality of the teaching and learning process each semester, or in short it can be interpreted: the amount / number that states the achievement (success of the teaching and learning process) students in one semester.
- Achievement Index (IP) is the number of quality points divided by the number of credits in one semester, and is expressed as a number with two digits behind a comma, with the formula:
IP= S (K ´ N) / S K
- S K = The number of credits (semester credit units) of the courses taken by a student in the semester concerned
- N = Nilai bobot masing-masing matakuliah
- K = Bobot SKS tiap mata kuliah yang diambil
- The Cumulative Achievement Index (GPA) is the number of cumulative quality points, divided by the number of cumulative credit points, from the first semester until the last evaluation, with the formula:
IP = S (K ´ N) KUM / S K KUM
- S K KUM = The number of credits of all courses taken by a student from the first semester to the last evaluation.
- N = The value of the weight of each course taken from the first semester to the semester at the last evaluation
- Judicial qualifications are stated in the following predicate:
- Achievement Index (IP) > 3.75 passed with the predicate “with honors (cum laude)*).
- Achievement Index (GPA) 3.50–3.75 passed with the predicate “very satisfactory”
- Achievement Index (IP) 3.00 – 3.50 passed with the predicate “satisfactory”
*) A new cum laude predicate can be awarded if the passing grade meets the requirements for the grade range and the study period on time.
STUDY RESULT EVALUATION
The conversion value of each course is as follows:
Course Final Score
- The minimum Grade Point Average (GPA) to be able to take the Thesis Final Examination is 3.25.
- Grades B-, C+, C, D and E are declared unsuccessful and must be corrected by re-registering to attend lectures from the beginning with the same lecturer or different lecturers.
- To improve grades, students MUST enter remedial courses in the KRS.
- The maximum number of credits that can be taken per semester is 18 credits.