CURRICULUM

What is meant by the curriculum in this catalog is all learning experiences designed to achieve the goals of each lecture program in each study program. The description of the curriculum consists of (1) curriculum components, and (2) the curriculum of each study program.

 

CURRICULUM COMPONENTS OF DOCTOR PROGRAM (S3)

 

The Doctoral Program curriculum consists of 2 (two) components, namely:

  1. Lecture Program: (22-27 credits)
  2. Scientific and Educational Foundation (DIP), which cover: MK Philosophy of Science, Philosophy of Education (Study Program choose one), Psychology of Further Education (for the Education Cluster Study Program and others that need it), Educational Insights(for Non-Educational Cluster Study Programs and others that need it), and Research Design and Data Analysis.
  3. Specialization Field of Study (BSS)This group of specialization covers a number of subjects that are typical of a particular field of study defined by the study program concerned.
  4. Dissertation: 28 Sks

The scope of activities: (1) Seminar on Study and Research Analysis; (2) Research Proposal Seminar; and (3) Proposal and Dissertation Guidance.

Course function Scientific and Educational Foundation in the Postgraduate Curriculum for the Doctoral Program is to equip students to gain broad professional insight as a scientist. With such broad professional insights, students will become scientists who are able to develop new concepts in their field of science or profession through research, are able to organize, lead and carry out research in their field of knowledge, and be able to use an interdisciplinary approach to apply their expertise in a professional manner. This course also functions to make students able to identify and understand educational problems and be able to present alternative solutions with the views of a scientist who is objective, critical, creative, comprehensive, and responsible.

The function of the specialization subject in the Postgraduate curriculum for Doctoral Program (S3) is to develop competencies in the field of study chosen by the student as a specialization or expertise. With these competencies, students are expected to be able to: (1) objectively know and understand materials in their specialist fields of study, (2) follow the development of knowledge in their field of study critically and creatively, (3) actively participate in various scientific activities in the field of study. knowledge, (4) developing new concepts in the field of science / profession through research, and (5) applying research results for practical and policy purposes.

 

Table 1. Curriculum Structure of Doctoral Study Program (S3) PLS

NO

CODE

COURSES

SKS / JS

SEMESTER

1

2

3

4

5

6

I

 

Scientific and Educational Foundation

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

MKPS901

Science phylosophy*)

2/2

X

2

MKPS902

Educational Philosophy *)

2/2

X

3

MKPS903

Educational Insights

2/2

X

4

MKPS904

Psychology of Further Education **)

3/3

X

5

MKPS905

Research Design and Data Analysis

4/4

X

II

 

Specialization Field of Study (BSS)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

6

DPLS906

Philosophy & Social Context PLS

2

X

7

DPLS907

PLS Learning and Learning Theory

2

X

8

DPLS908

Behavioral Science and Management Problems of PLS

2

X

9

DPLS909

PLS Issue and Policy Analysis

3

X

10

DPLS910

Independent Study I (Theory Study / Research Results)

2

X

11

DPLS911

Independent Study II (Operational Design / Research Protocol)

2

 

 

 

 

 

 

12

DPLS912

Independent Study III (Writing and Publication of Scientific Papers)

2

X

III

 

Dissertation (Including Dissertation Proposals)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

13

MDIS990

Dissertation

28/-

X

X

X

14

MDIS991

Dissertation Proposal Seminar

2/-

X

 

 

total

56

 

 

 

 

 

 

Information:
*) and **) are the same as other study programs because they are postgraduate courses

 

DESCRIPTION OF THE MATAKULIAH

 

DIP901 Philosophy of Science (2 credits / 2 js)

Studying the nature of science from the point of view of ontology, epistemology, and ethics. Subjects include: the criteria of truth, the basics of science, the role of theory in the development of science, procedures for scientific development, and a scientific framework; ethos of science, development of science and technology and its influence on cultural values and life.

 

DIP902 Educational Philosophy (2 credits / 2 js)

Exploring educational philosophical issues to formulate and theoretically justify educational programs. Subjects cover various dimensions of reality: dimensions of modality, individuality, temporality, and dimensions of causality, to enrich educational scientific insights and help understand the concepts of democratization, academic / intellectual freedom, equity, experience, social control, and various pedagogical approaches. and andragogically in order to formulate educational programs that are accepted philosophically.

 

DIP903 Research Design and Data Analysis (4 credits / 4 hours)

Studying several modes and alternative patterns of research in the field of education such as qualitative, quantitative, or other patterns; use of various statistical tests and techniques as well as quantitative data analysis approaches and procedures; interpretation, meaning, and conclusions in qualitative research.

 

PLS901 Philosophy and Social Context PLS (3 credits / 3 hours)

Conduct studies and analyzes of various theories and formulations of educational and community development goals based on various philosophical streams, contexts, and their relationship to the needs of social change; and associated with the human concept of himself, organization, society and the global world.

 

PLS902 Theory of Learning and Learning PLS PS (3 credits / 3 js)

Studying and analyzing various learning theories (theories of learning), learning theory (teaching-learning theories) and its implications for planning, implementation, evaluation, management, the role of learners, the role of educators, and procedures for developing learning programs and other related components in the PLS setting.

 

PLS903 Behavioral Science and Management Problems PLS (3 credits / 3 js)

Conduct studies and analyzes of various functions, roles, and management approaches of PLS learning and learning, various models of program development, measurement of learning needs, program planning, program management, implementation of learning, control, evaluation and auditability.

 

PLS904 PLS Issue and Policy Analysis (2 credits / 2 hours)

Conduct studies and analyzes of various sensations, issues, trends, problems, and basic PLS policies at local, regional, national and global levels. The main issues and policies studied and developed include: understanding sensations, issues, trends, discourses and policies for non-school education and remedial efforts that can be made in various contexts of time, place, target, theme, community, and field. arable.

 

PLS905 Independent Study I (theoretical studies and research results) (3 credits / 3 js)

Instilling an independent scientific attitude that is developed with programs planned by students themselves to explore various theories and previous research results in order to deepen certain topics in the PLS field of study. Students conduct studies and analyzes on various PLS topics and / or problems that can be researched and raised as research topics for a dissertation along with various discussions and supporting components, including research approaches, research methods, theoretical studies, and other aspects that can accelerate. research process and completion of dissertation writing. This course aims to support the writing of a dissertation and for this the lecturer provides full consulting services regarding general planning, objectives, materials, learning resources, periodic and final evaluations.

 

PLS906 Independent Study II (operational design / research protocol) (3 credits / 3 JS)

This course is held to provide opportunities for students through independent activities to develop operational designs or complete research protocols on research topics that have been approved by the promoter to be appointed and have been further developed into research proposals. Students develop operational designs or research protocols accurately and completely along with all the research tools needed for their dissertation research before carrying out data collection. The various supporting components required including the research approach, research methods, theoretical studies, and other aspects are considered more accurately so that they can accelerate the dissertation completion process. This course aims to support the writing of a dissertation and for that the lecturer provides full consulting services with regard to general planning, objectives, materials, learning resources, periodic and final evaluation.

 

 

PLS907 Independent Study III (writing and publication of scientific papers) (3 credits / 3 js)

This course is provided to support a student's dissertation in terms of pattern strengthening, ethics and writing writing of various kinds of scientific papers and writing research journals in connection with the obligations of doctoral students to write research articles in international journals. Lecturers provide consulting services and discussions with other students in sharing forum regarding the general provisions of writing journal articles including their systematization, starting from topics, abstracts, background problems, objectives, theoretical studies, methods, discussion, conclusions and suggestions, tables, bibliography to proof reading. This is done in order to support and accelerate the publication process of dissertation research results.

 

DIS951 Seminar Dissertation Proposal (3 credits / 3 js)

This dissertation proposal seminar was held to conduct a comprehensive study of various issues related to the focus and research problems raised as material for the dissertation. In-depth discussion is carried out through sharing in a discussion forum attended by students, promoters, co-promoters, and supervisors of proposal seminar courses. Dissertation research proposals are examined through a philosophical viewpoint in the context of outside school education, theoretical foundations and empirical facts that underlie research. Some of the focus of the in-depth study carried out in this seminar includes: (1) research problem / focus, (2) academic argumentation, (3) research approach and type, (4) research design, (5) research scope, (6) relevance and innovations to PLS's, (7) reference strength, and (8) dissertation writing and academic ethics. The final target of this seminar is the compilation of research proposals that are feasible to be submitted as a dissertation embryo that has benefits for the scientific development of PLS and fulfills practical needs for the implementation of PLS programs.

 

DIS952 Seminar Research result (3 credits / 3 js)

The research results seminar is intended to conduct a comprehensive and in-depth study of the progress of dissertation writing through an academic forum attended by students, promoters, co-promoters, and course supervisors. Critical matters studied in this course include: (1) the sharpness of the problem formulation with the research objectives, (2) the relevance of the problem formulation to the research results, (3) the accuracy of the research design with the problem to be solved, (4) completeness and depth of research findings, (5) sharpness and relevance of discussion of results with problem formulation and research objectives, (6) relevance and acuity in choosing references, (7) accuracy and acuity in formulating conclusions, (8) accuracy in formulating benefits and suggestions research results, and (9) accuracy of writing correctness and academic ethics. The achievements of the seminar as a result of this research are the compilation of research reports that have received critical input from seminar participants, promoters and co-promoters as well as lecturers who teach the courses. Thus the dissertation research report will be able to produce findings and research reports that are valid, credible, and receive academic public recognition.

 

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