ACADEMIC QUALITY STANDARD

A. Curriculum Development Quality Standards

  1. Curriculum development is coordinated by the Study Program Coordinator.
  2. The curriculum development process is carried out based on the analysis of the competency needs of the study program and relevant government policies learning outcome Study Program;
  3. Curriculum development is carried out by taking into account the UM education guidelines, postgraduate education guidelines and KKNI (Indonesian National Qualification Framework)
  4. Curriculum development involves the Koorprodi S2 / S3, Head of the S1 Department, Lecturers, Student Representatives, alumni representatives and graduate user organizations.
  5. The Koorprodi is responsible for preparing a draft curriculum change and conducting a curriculum development needs analysis.
  6. The Head of the Department plays a role in aligning the curriculum between S1, S2 and S3.
  7. Lecturers play a role in providing considerations and suggestions to Koorprodi and helping Koorprodi in preparing curriculum development drafts.
  8. Students and alumni play a role in providing input in the curriculum development process.
  9. Graduate user institutes provide feedback in improving the curriculum in accordance with field needs.
  10. Curriculum development is carried out at least every 4 years.
  11. The curriculum evaluation process is carried out annually by distributing instruments to alumni and graduate user institutions.

 

B. Quality Standards for New Student Admissions

  1. New graduate students who are accepted meet the academic and administrative requirements according to the selection criteria for new student admissions set by the Postgraduate.
  2. Admission of new Postgraduate students is carried out by the committee for new student admissions which is determined by a letter of assignment from the Postgraduate Director.
  3. The committee for admission of postgraduate new students works under the coordination of the Deputy Director I of the Postgraduate Program.

 

C. Lecture Process Quality Standards

  1. The lecture process is carried out through the stages of lecture preparation (planning), lecture implementation, and evaluation of lecture results.
  2. The lecture process is carried out in accordance with the Semester Lecture Design (RPS) as a learning tool that contains plans for learning activities for a course in one semester. RPS contains information about course identity, competencies to be achieved, indicators, material to be learned to achieve competence, learning activities, lecture assignments, assessment and evaluation, and learning resources at each face-to-face meeting for one semester.
  3. The lecture process is equipped with a Lecture Unit (SAP) as a lecture device that describes the steps for learning activities for each one or more meetings. SAP contains information about course identity, indicators, objectives, material outline, methods, lecture steps for each meeting, learning resources, and learning evaluation.

 

D. Quality Standards for Thesis and Dissertation Guidance

D.1. Thesis Guidance Quality Standards

  1. Students submit a thesis proposal to the Koorprodi at the latest in the second semester.
  2. The Koorprodi gives consideration to lecturers who will be assigned as mentors according to the research theme and lecturer expertise.
  3. The Koorprodi submits the names of the supervisors and students who are supervised to the Postgraduate Director, and this is followed up with the issuance of a thesis supervisor assignment letter.
  4. Supervisors are obliged to determine one time a week which is used regularly to provide guidance.
  5. Students carry out the mentoring process to their supervisor after the issuance of a thesis guidance assignment letter.
  6. Students write the thesis guidance process according to the thesis guidance procedure which is stated in the thesis guidance book.
  7. The thesis supervisor writes suggestions for improvement in the thesis guidance book, by completing the signature on the column that has been prepared.
  8. Students show a thesis guidance book and a thesis draft that has been signed by the supervisor, to be able to take the thesis exam.

D.2. Dissertation Guidance Quality Standards

  1. Students compile a dissertation proposal in semester 2 and submit it to the Koorprodi.
  2. The Koorprodi assigns a dissertation supervisor according to the research theme and expertise of the lecturers.
  3. The Koorprodi submits the names of supervisors, mentored students and the title of their research to the Postgraduate Director, and is followed up with the issuance of a dissertation supervisor assignment letter.
  4. Students and supervisors receive a dissertation supervisor assignment letter at the end of the second semester.
  5. Students consult with their supervisors on the basis of an agreed schedule.
  6. Supervisors are obliged to determine one time a week which is used regularly to provide guidance.
  7. Students carry out the mentoring process to the supervisor after the dissertation guidance assignment is issued.
  8. Students write the thesis guidance process according to the thesis guidance procedure as stated in the dissertation guidance book.
  9. The dissertation supervisor writes suggestions for improvement in the thesis guidance book, by completing the signature on the column that has been prepared.
  10. Students show a dissertation guidance book and a dissertation draft that has been signed by a supervisor, to be able to take the dissertation exam.

E. Quality Standards for the Compilation of Scientific Articles

  1. Scientific articles are academic papers related to issues of mastery or application of science, in the form of work results from field / laboratory research, projects, or results of scientific studies that are prepared in accordance with the procedures for preparing scientific papers.
  2. Scientific articles prepared by postgraduate students have been accepted as a result of scientific publications published in national or international scientific journals, or national or international seminar proceedings.
  3. Scientific articles compiled by doctoral students have been accepted as a result of scientific publications published in indexed international scientific journals recommended by DIKTI.      

F. Dissertation eligibility assessment quality standards

  1. The dissertation feasibility assessment is determined based on the feasibility of the contents of the dissertation written by students to be tested in the dissertation exam in front of the board of examiners.
  2. The evaluation of the feasibility of a dissertation is determined by the board of examiners, consisting of: supervisor 1, supervisor 2, supervisor 3 and one non-supervisor study program lecturer.
  3. In the dissertation feasibility assessment process, the board of examiners provides an assessment using the dissertation feasibility assessment instrument.

G. Thesis and Dissertation Examination Quality Standards

G.1. Thesis Examination Quality Standards

  1. The thesis exam is carried out to assess students' mastery of the thesis content and the ability to answer or respond to questions or problems given by the board of examiners.
  2. The assessment of the thesis examination is determined by the board of examiners, consisting of: Advisor 1, supervisor 2, examiners in the field of study and examiners in the field of education.
  3. In the process of assessing the thesis exam, the board of examiners provides an assessment using the thesis examination assessment instrument.

G.2. Dissertation Examination Quality Standards

  1. The dissertation exam is carried out to assess students' mastery of the dissertation content and the ability to answer or respond to questions or problems given by the board of examiners.
  2. The assessment of the dissertation exam is determined by the board of examiners, consisting of: UM Chancellor, Postgraduate Director, one non-supervisor study program lecturer, and one examiner from another university, supervisor 1, supervisor 2, supervisor 3.
  3. In the process of assessing the dissertation exam, the board of examiners provides an assessment using the dissertation examination assessment instrument.
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