Educational System of Semester Credit System

Education Implementation

  • The education system in Diponegoro University, referring to the National Education Standards (NES) which
  • National standards include: competency standards, content standards, standardized processes, standards educators and education personnel, standards of facilities and infrastructures, management standards, standards of education funding, and assessment standards
  • Implementation of international classes can be carried out in accordance with Decision

Curriculum

  • Structured competency-based curriculum in an integrated manner in accordance with the level of education to achieve the graduate profile
  • Curriculum development as referred to in paragraph (1) shall be implemented in accordance with the provisions of regulations
  • Curriculum development as referred to in paragraph (1) is based on the National Standards for Higher Education and the input of stakeholders (stakeholders) developed by the Agency for Standardization and Quality Control Assurance of Higher Education established by the government, or education providers Association
  • Profession Education Curriculum developed by a joint study program with professional organizations recognized by
  • Implementation of the learning process of the preferred methods Student Centered Learning

(SCL) with examples listed in the explanation.

Semester Credit Units (SKS)

  • Diponegoro University education with credit system
  • Semester Credit Units (SKS) is the unit used to express the magnitude of the burden of student study, the magnitude of the recognition of the success of the students, the amount of recognition of the efforts cumulatively for a particular program, and the amount of effort to provide education for higher education and especially for educators.
  • The provisions on the operational time of the credits academic load in the form of lectures, practical activities, Lecture Field Work / Job Training, seminars and capita selekta, and research in the framework of preparation of the thesis / final project or any other name similar following the National Education Standards (NES) which

Lecturer

  • Status faculty consists of permanent professors and lecturers
  • Lecturers are required to have academic qualifications, competence, teaching certificate, physically and mentally healthy, and meet other qualifications required by the University of Diponegoro, and have the ability to realize the goal of education
  • Qualification of lecturers referred to in paragraph (2) was obtained through higher education graduate programs accredited in accordance with the field
  • The minimum academic qualification of lecturers are as follows:
    • Graduates of the Master Program for Program Diploma or Degree Program; and
    • Graduates Doctoral Program for Program
  • Every person who has expertise with outstanding achievements to be appointed as lecturers through Senate approval
  • Other provisions regarding the qualification referred to in paragraph (2) and (3) and expertise with outstanding achievements as referred to in paragraph (5) is determined by each academic senate education units

Lecturer Guardian (Academic Advisors)

Task lecturers guardian (counselors):

  • Provide guidance and advice to students and unsolicited about the various problems encountered during their education and foster a way of learning
  • Approve and sign the Study Plan Card (KRS), which has been compiled by
  • Signing Card Study Results (KHS) on the values ​​obtained by the students and handed over to the Assistant Dean through officers
  • Filling cards each student evaluation and implementation format specified by each faculty.
  • Evaluating the success of students study in accordance with the provisions of the stages of evaluation and make a report and recommendations on students who need to receive an academic warning under Article
  • Consult students to the Faculty Student Consultative Board (BKMF) or similar institution with the applicable procedures as described in Article 19 of this regulation, if the academic achievement of students concerned
  • Provisions to consult the Graduate Program students to BKMF listed in

Expenses, Study Period and Determination of Course

  • Education Diploma III (D III) has a study load of at least 110 (one hundred and ten) credits and a maximum of 120 (one hundred and twenty) credits, which is scheduled for 6 (six) semesters and can be completed in at least six ( six) semesters and a maximum of 10 (ten) semester.
    • Diploma Program IV (D IV) which is a continuation of the D III program has a study load of at least 40 (forty) credits and a maximum of 50 (fifty) credits which are scheduled for three (3) semesters and can be completed in time for at least three (3) semesters and forever 5 (five) semester.
    • Education Undergraduate courses have a study load of at least 144 (one hundred and forty-four) credits and up to 160 (one hundred and sixty) credits which are scheduled for 8 (eight) semesters and can be completed in less than eight (8) semesters and during -lamanya 14 (fourteen)
    • Degree Programme in Cross Channel / Transfer programs have a study load of at least 144 (one hundred and forty-four) credits and up to 160 (one hundred and sixty) credits by taking into account the adjustment of the study program prior to the duration of the study scheduled for 4 (four) semesters and can be taken at least 4 (four) semesters and forever 8 (eight) semesters.
    • The study load Professional Education program follow the rules made by the professional organization / the college or other organization
      The study load of Education program specialist to follow the rules made by the professional organization / the college or other organization
    • Education Program Master or Master of Applied Sciences has a study load of at least 36 (thirty six) credits and a maximum of 50 (fifty) credits is scheduled for 4 (four) semesters and can be reached less than four (4) semesters and during 10 (ten) semester.
    • Doctoral Program for participants who educated Bachelor (S1) plot has a study load of at least 76 (seventy-six) credits scheduled for at least eight (8) semesters the study period forever 12 (twelve)
    • Doctoral Program for participants who educated Masters (S2) plot has a study load of at least 40 (forty) credits scheduled for at least 4 (four) semesters the study period for a maximum of 10 (ten)
    • Doctoral Program for participants who educated Masters (S2) does not have a plot of the study load of at least 52 (fifty-two) credits is scheduled for 5 (five) semester and can be reached less than five (5) half of the study period forever 11 (eleven) semester.
    • Terms of Mukim minimum period is two (2) semesters of full load for the Doctoral Program participants by course and 1 (one) semester of the Doctoral Program Participants by research.
    • The study load of Applied Science degree program for students who educated Master of Applied Sciences of at least 40 (forty) credits scheduled for at least 4 (four) semesters the study period for a maximum of 10 (ten)
  • The study load each semester:
    • In the first half of the new students in the undergraduate program of study required to take the package load a maximum of 22 (twenty-two)
    • In the first half of the new students are required to take the package graduate program study load in accordance with the applicable provisions in the regulations in the field of academic study programs
    • In the next semester of study load that may be taken by students of undergraduate program is set as follows:
      • IP ≥ 3.00 may take a maximum of 24 (twenty four) credits;
      • 2.99 ≤ IP ≤ 2.50 may take a maximum of 22 (twenty-two) credits;
      • 2.49 ≤ IP ≤ 2.00 may take a maximum of 20 (twenty) credits;
      • IP <2.00 may take a maximum of 18 (eighteen)
    • The provision in paragraph (2) letters a, b, and c above do not apply to courses that education refers to the consortium / the college / association recognized by the Directorate General of Higher Education or for courses that are already implementing the curriculum
  • Determination of the course:
    • Determination of the course in the Study Plan Card (KRS) to meet the credit amount will be taken at the beginning of each semester by students with faculty approval
    • Replacement subjects can be done by students with faculty trustee approval no later than two weeks after lectures
    • Cancellation of the course can be done by students and faculty trustee approval no later than the end of the fourth week after lectures

Real Working Lecture (KKN)

Undergraduates are required to follow the learning activities with the following requirements:

  • Undergraduates who have accumulated credits cumulative> 110 (one hundred and ten)
  • Implementation of CCN coordinated by the University and is set further on books implementation guidelines
  • Procedures and requirements for registration stipulated further corruption in the explanation of the rules

English ability

  • Undergraduate and Postgraduate required to have English language skills equivalent Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) with a minimum score of 400 (four hundred) for the undergraduate program, 450 (four hundred and fifty) for Master and 500 (five hundred) to Doctoral programs issued by the Service English Unit (SEU) Undip and / or English language education institution recognized by
  • English proficiency referred to in paragraph (1) can be proved by
    Notification Letter prediction pre TOEFL or the equivalent.

Assessment of Learning Outcomes

  • Student learning outcomes assessment aims to measure the achievement of competence set by program
  • Student learning outcomes assessment should include aspects of hard skills and soft skills that can be done in the form of:
    • Written examination, oral examination and / or test lab / skills, as well as portfolios.
    • The final project can be in the form of thesis and dissertations, or other forms
    • Based on the specific reasons that can be accounted for learning outcomes assessment can be done by forms
  • The final value of learning outcomes based on several components of the assessment and set forth in the formula set by each program
  • Exam Requirements
    • Semester Exam Requirements:
      • Registered for the course / learning activities are listed in the List of Participants Subject (DPK).
      • Have attended a lecture / learning activities of at least 75%.
    • Terms final examination program:
      • Credit load has completed all the courses that are set by the faculty / study program.
  • Scoring system
    • Types of assessment and how to do it adapted to the nature of the course.
    • The value of learning outcomes expressed with the letter and the weight values ​​as follows:
      A = 4;
      B = 3;
      C = 2;
      D = 1;
      E = 0;
    • Minimum passing score is a C for the course diploma, undergraduate and Masters, and B for the Professions Program and Program
    • Students who scored E shall repeat learning courses and exams at regular semesters.
    • Students who receive a D, C and B can make improvements in the value of regular semesters or inserts, and the value used is the value of the
    • Values ​​exam results were announced in accordance with the provisions of the
    • If for any reason the value could not be determined, then he was given the value of TL which means Incomplete with weight value of zero (0). If until next semester KRS still a value of TL, the student is considered not pass (E).
    • Lecturer priority approach Benchmark Reference Rate (PAP) than Normal Reference Rate (PAN).
    • Level of success
      • The success rate of students in one semester stated Achievement Index (IP).
      • In calculating the grade, the weight of credits each course is only used one time as the divisor and the value used is the value of success
      • IP calculation using the following formula:
        (IP counting please contact the academic section)
  • The success rate of students from the first semester up to a certain semester expressed by GPA (GPA). GPA calculation using the formula as above where K is the total number of credits the courses that have been made with the highest value and N is the value of all the subjects that
  • Terms exam, exam schedule, the validity of the examinees and order further examinations organized by the Faculty / Program

Progress Evaluation Students Study

  • Evaluate the progress of a student’s study program
    To determine a student’s study progress, in particular the semester evaluation unit.
  • The evaluation criteria for each phase as follows:
    • Phase I is done at the end of the third semester with the following provisions:
      • Already have English language skills can be evidenced by Notification Letter prediction pre TOEFL or equivalent;
        • Able to collect at least 35 credits with a GPA ≥ 2.25;
        • If able to accumulate> 35 credits, but GPA <2.25, the highest value is taken until the number of 35 credits with a GPA ≥ 2.25.
    • Phase II is done at the end of the seventh semester with the provisions
      • Able to collect at least 85 credits with a GPA ≥ 2.25;
      • If able to accumulate> 85 credits, but GPA <2.25, the highest value is taken to a number of 85 credits with a GPA ≥ 2.25.
    • Phase III is done at the end of the program

No later than the end of the semester to-fourteen, students must already collect (pass) all loads defined credits for Undergraduate and GPA ≥ 2.00.

  • Students will receive academic warning each semester when doubt can go through each stage
  • The success of Study Completed

Students declared successful completion of education Bachelor (graduated), which is expressed in graduated graduation if it has met the academic requirements as follows:

  • Has accumulated a number of credits stipulated in the curriculum program of study (including final test program for faculty who organized it);
  • Have had the ability to speak English as stipulated in Article 16;
  • Has had a scientific work published online.
  • S1 graduate transcripts derived from DIII graduate courses include conversion results and the course taken by the Program
  • Evaluate the progress of a student’s study program D

To determine a student’s study progress, at every three-semester evaluation.

  • Phase III is done at the end of the program
    No later than the end of the semester to ten, students must already collect (pass) all the burden of credits assigned to Program D III and GPA ≥ 2.00
  • Phase II is done at the end of the sixth semester with the following provisions:
    • Able to collect at least 75 credits with a GPA ≥ 2.25
    • If it is able to collect more than 75 credits, but IPK <2.25 then taken to the highest value of 75 credits with a GPA ≥ 2.25
  • The evaluation criteria for each phase as follows:
    Phase I is done at the end of the third semester with the following provisions:
  • Able to collect at least 30 credits with a GPA ≥ 2.25
  • If able to accumulate> 30 credits, but GPA <2.25, the highest value is taken to a number of 30 credits with a GPA ≥ 2.25
  • Successful completion
    Students successfully completing the education program declared D III, expressed in graduated graduation if it has met the academic requirements as follows:
  • Has accumulated a number of credits stipulated in the course curriculum (including the final exam program for faculty who organized it)
  • Minimum passing score of the course is
    Students who scored E shall repeat learning courses and exams at regular semesters.
  • Students who receive a D, C and B can make improvements inserts the value in the first half and the value used is the value of the
    GPA ≥ 2.00
  • The evaluation criteria for each phase as follows:
    • Phase I is done at the end of the third semester
      • Able to collect at least 30 credits with a GPA ≥ 2.25;
      • If it is able to collect more than 30 credits, but GPA <2.25, the highest value is taken to a number of 30 credits with a GPA ≥ 2.25.
    • Phase II is done at the end of the program
      • No later than on the fifth semesters, students must already collect (pass) all the burden of credits assigned to D IV program and GPA ≥ 2.00.
  • Evaluate the progress of students study D IV Program
    To determine the progress of a student’s study, carried out an evaluation of the three first half and the end of the program.
  • Completing success
    Students successfully completing the education program D IV, which is expressed in a graduated graduation if it has met the academic requirements as follows:

    • Has accumulated a number of credits stipulated in the curriculum program
    • Minimum passing score of the course is
    • Students who scored E shall repeat learning courses and exams at regular semesters.
    • Students who receive a D, C and B can make improvements inserts the value in the first half and the value used is the value of the GPA ≥ 2.00.
  • Evaluate the progress of students study Bachelor Programme Cross Channel / Transfer Program (of the graduates D III)
  • To determine the progress of a student’s study, carried out an evaluation of the first two semesters and end of the program.
  • The evaluation criteria for each phase as follows:
    • Phase I is done in the second half
      • Able to collect at least 20 credits with a GPA ≥ 2.25;
      • If it is able to collect more than 20 credits, but GPA <2.25, the highest value is taken to an amount of 20 credits with a GPA ≥ 2.25.
    • Phase II is done in half to four
      • Able to collect at least 40 credits with a GPA ≥ 2.25;
      • If it is able to collect more than 40 credits, but GPA <2.25, the highest value is taken to a number of 40 credits with a GPA ≥ 2.25.
    • Phase III is done at the end of the program
      • No later than the eighth semesters, students must already collect (pass) all loads defined credits for Undergraduate tiered and GPA ≥ 2.00.
  • Completing success
    Students successfully completing a Bachelor of Education Program D III, expressed in a graduated graduation if it has met the academic requirements as follows:

    • Has accumulated a number of credits stipulated in the course curriculum (including the final exam program for faculty who organized it);
    • Minimum passing score of the course is
    • Students who scored E shall repeat learning courses and exams at regular semesters.
    • Students who receive a D, C and B can make improvements inserts the value in the first half and the value used is the value of the GPA ≥ 2.00
    • Undergraduate and Diploma are unable to comply with these evaluations are considered not able to follow the activities this regard, students are encouraged to submit a written request to resign to Chancellor through the Dean. If the student does not request to resign, Rector issue the stop status as students at the University of Diponegoro.
    • Values ​​exam results were announced in accordance with the provisions of the
    • Graduation date is the date that the final GPA
    • Evaluate the progress of students study education program Profession, Specialist, Masters, and Doctoral implemented and regulated by the Academic Regulations
    • Procedures for the submission to resign as mentioned in the explanation of the rules

Guidance and counseling

  • For those students who are having academic problems, implementation guidance and counseling implemented at the faculty / program
  • Implementing guidance and counseling at the faculty / study program is a lecturer guardian, or a counselor appointed by the faculty, or the Faculty Student Consultative Board (BKMF).
  • Implementation of guidance and counseling at the university level counselor or a person designated by the University of Diponegoro in containers University Student Consultative Board (BKMU).
  • If the guidance and counseling at the Faculty is not enough to solve the problem of the student, recommended / referred to the Student Consultative Board level

Predicate Graduation

  • Predicate graduation diploma, Bachelor Degree, Professional Program, Program Specialist, Master and Doctoral Program are as follows:
Program Grade Point Predicate Information
Vokasi/ Diploma 2,00 – 2,75 Satisfy
2,76 – 3,50 Very Satisfactory
3,51 – 4,00 With Compliments

(Cumlaude)

The maximum study period 7 (seven) semester
Bachelor Degree 2,00 – 2,75 Satisfy
2,76 – 3,50 Very Satisfactory
3,51 – 4,00 With Compliments (Cumlaude) The maximum study period 10 (ten) semester
Profesi 2,00 – 2,75 Satisfy
2,76 – 3,50 Very Satisfactory
3,51 – 4,00 With Compliments (Cumlaude) The maximum study period based on study program
Pendidikan Dokter Spesialis 3,00 – 3,40 Satisfy
3,41 – 3,70 Very Satisfactory
3,71 – 4,00 With Compliments (Cumlaude) The maximum study period based on study program
Postgraduate 3,00 – 3,40 Satisfy
3,41 – 3,70 Very Satisfactory
3,71 – 4,00 With Compliments (Cumlaude) The maximum study period 5 (five) semester with thesis value is A
Doktor 3,00 – 3,49 Satisfy
3,50 – 3,74 Very Satisfactory
3,75 – 4,00 With Compliments

(Cumlaude)

The maximum study period 8 (eight) semester with dissertation value is A
  • Rector awarded a charter to graduate cumlaude only to students who since the beginning of his education at the University of Diponegoro in related sciences.

Academic leave

  • Students who plan to temporarily halt studies are required to apply for academic leave to follow the rules
  • Academic leave can be asked if they fulfill the following conditions:
    • For students of Undergraduate, already collect a minimum of 36 credits and GPA ≥ 2.00;
    • For students of Bachelor of D III, already collect a minimum of 30 credits and GPA ≥ 2.00;
    • For students of D III and D IV, already collect a minimum of 30 credits and GPA ≥ 2.00;
    • For students of professional education program, specialist, master and doctor can perform an academic leave after a 1
  • During the study period, students can apply for academic leave a maximum of two (2) consecutive semesters, with a maximum of twice filing.
  • Permission academic leave is not justified for the past half (not retroactive).
  • The period of academic leave is not taken into account in the calculation of the old
  • Academic leave with a special reason can be given to students who had to stop the study for a while because of obstacles that can not be avoided, among others:
    • Accidents with attach a letter from the hospital or certificate that can be accounted for.
    • Ill more than a month to show a letter from home
    • Student activities that can be the name of Diponegoro University and lead student can not attend academic activities for one month or more, can take an academic leave after receiving approval from the Rector
  • Students who are serving a prison sentence / suspension, is or will follow CTS, Student Exchange, Twinning Program, Double Degree from the University of Diponegoro can not apply for academic leave.
  • Cost Contribution of Development of Education (SPP) for the paid leave of 50%.
  • Procedures for academic leave application as mentioned in the explanation of the rules

Recognition Course

  • New students accepted through the selection of new admissions, not justified recognition for courses ever
  • Recognition of courses taken by students moving ever cross paths and program / control program established by Decision Dean or Director of Graduate.

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