Higher education curriculum is a set of plans and arrangements regarding the contents, study materials, as well as teaching materials and how its delivery, and assessment is used to guide the implementation of learning activities in universities.
The curriculum should contain a structured competency standards in core competencies, supporters and others who promote the goals, the implementation of the mission, and the realization of the vision of the program of study. The curriculum includes courses / modules / block that supports the achievement of the competence of graduates and provide flexibility to students to broaden and deepen expertise in accordance with their interests, and comes with a description of the courses / modules / block, syllabus, lesson plans and evaluations.
The curriculum should be designed based on the relevance to the objectives, scope and depth of the material, the organization that encourages the formation of hard skills and personality and behavioral skills (soft skills) that can be applied in various situations and conditions.
Education held by a course of study politics brawijaya university political science at this point is in the rank of a bachelor ( s-1 ) by applying credit system semester ( sks ).The application of sks is based on act no. 20 / 2003 about national education systems, pp 60 years 1999 on higher education and decree mendikbud number 056 / u / 1994 on guidelines for the drafting of the curriculum higher education and guidelines for implementation of the process of higher education on the basis of credit system of the first half.
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The setting of curriculum as a guide teaching and learning at the University Brawijaya refers to decision letter. Minister of Education No.232/U/2000 dated December 2000, the law no. 2000 of 2003 on the national education system and the Directorate General of Higher Education Decree No. 43 / Higher Education / 2006.
Degree program curriculum consists of:
A. National Group of Subjects Charge
- Religion (≥ 2 credits)
- Pancasila and Citizenship Education (≥ 3 credits)
- Bahasa Indonesia (≥ 2 credits)
- English (≥ 2 credits)
B. Groups of Subjects According to Charge University Rector Regulation No.233/PER/2010
- The final project thesis at least 6 credits.
- The community of work / internship / work study internship practice profession ≥ 2 credits.
- Capita, Selecta, and Entrepreneurship (basic communication, leadership, and entrepreneurship ≥ 2 credits)
C. The Faculty load groups of subjects / courses. The course will be organized in the payload faculty education.
Group Subjects Political Science Program.
A. Group Courses 1st Semester.
- Religion ( Islam, Catholicism, Protestantism, Hinduism, dan Buddhism)
- Bahasa Indonesia.
- Introduction of Political Science.
- General Psychology .
- Introduction to Sociology.
- Basic Logic and PPhilosophy of Science.
- Introduction to Economics.
B. Group Courses 2nd Semester.
- The Indonesians Legal System.
- Indonesian Economic System.
- Social Statistics.
- Academic Skills.
- Political Theory I.
- Political History of Indonesia.
- Political Ideology.
- Political Sociology.
- Religion, Politics, and Pluralism.
C. Group Courses 3rd Semester.
- Methods of Social Research.
- Pancasila and Citizenship.
- Indonesians Political Systems.
- Political Communication.
- Public Policy.
- Comparative Politics.
- System Party and Election.
- Political Theory II.
D. Group Courses 4th Semester.
- Information and Communication Technology.
- Capita Selecta Entrepreneurship.
- Civil Society, Development, and Democratization.
- Policy Analysis.
- Political Economics.
- Political Thought Indonesia.
- Governance: State, Civil society, andPrivate Sector.
- Governance: Governance andTransition Democrazy.
- Methods: Polling Politics and Public Opinion.
- Methods: Political Behavior.
E. Group Courses 5th Semester.
- English Competency.
- Analysis of Political Strength Indonesia.
- Methods of Political Research.
- Political Engeneering.
- Politics and Gender.
- Management and Conflict Resolution.
- Governance: Democratic Transition Management.
- Governance: Social Change and Political Dynamic.
- Methods: Qualitative Research Methods in Political Science.
- Methods: E-Governance
F. Group Courses 6th Semester.
- Political Globalization.
- The Indonesians Bureaucracy.
- Local Politics and Autonomy.
- Political and Budget Policy in Indonesia
- Political Environment and Natural Resources.
- Negotiation and Lobbying Skills.
G. Group Courses 7th Semester.
- Real Work Practice.
H. Group Courses 8th Semester.
- Real Work Practice.