Lecture and Practical classes
Students must follow educational activities such as lectures, practical classes, and other activities complying with a study plan and schedule specified based on valid conditions. Minimally there are lectures for 4 weeks in one semester. Students must fill the attendance list of each given lecture, and they must follow minimally 75% lecture attendance of total given lectures.
If students cannot follow lectures with specified minimal attendances, they may not follow examination for any reason, except they are sick, their close family member dies, or they are serving as the ambassador of academic activities. Students may submit a permission letter to the academic no later than 5 days after students leave lecturing.
Examination and Evaluation
To evaluate students in participating in lecture activities, an exam is held. Exams for all subjects are carried out in two stages, namely the mid-semester examination and the end-semester examination. Exams are held in writing or orally, according to a predetermined time. Students who are allowed to take the exam are students who meet the specified requirements. The results of the exam are announced 14 working days after the implementation of the exam to students through Simaster.
Terms of Subject and Practical Exams:
- Exams are held and scheduled once for the mid-semester examination and once for the end-of-semester examination, according to the university academic calendar
- The practicum exam is regulated separately by the practicum coordinator (person in charge).
- Thesis exams and field practice exams are regulated by faculty regulations.
Requirements of Course and Practical Class Examinations
Students can take course or practicum exams, if they meet all of the following requirements:
- Registered as a student for the semester in question, namely with the ratification of the KRS by the academic supervisor
- Meet the administrative requirements issued by the Academic and Student Affairs Section
- Have attended lecture activities for the course at least 75% of the total face-to-face given.
- To be able to take the practicum exam, students must follow the practicum program as determined.
- If a student is unable to attend the exam due to illness, the core family dies, or becomes an official ambassador for the Faculty/University, the notification must be made on the day of the exam, while the permit must be submitted to the academic no later than 3 (three) working days.
- Follow-up exams are arranged by the academic.
- Assessment of the learning process uses a relative assessment system.
- Assessment of learning outcomes are as follows:
A is equivalent to 4.0 (four point zero)
A- equivalent to 3.75 (three point seventy five)
A/B is equivalent to 3.5 (three point five)
B+ is equal to 3.25 (three point twenty five)
B is equivalent to 3.0 (three point zero)
B- equivalent to 2.75 (two point seventy five)
B/C is equivalent to 2.5 (two point five)
C+ is equivalent to 2.25 (two point twenty five)
C is equivalent to 2.0 (two point zero)
C- equivalent to 1.75 (one point seventy five)
C/D is equivalent to 1.5 (one point five)
D+ equals 1.25 (one point twenty five)
D is equivalent to 1 (one)
E is equivalent to 0 (zero)
- Students who do not legally withdraw from lecture activities through simaster will automatically get an E grade.
- Students who have not completed the assessment component by a lecturer then the value is declared with TL (Incomplete), if within one month since the score was announced the student has not been able to complete, then the TL will automatically be changed to an E score.
- Students can ask the Lecturer about the assessment results obtained and the Lecturer can provide clarification about the assessment process.
Students can take remedial courses for improving the score (grad point). From the remedial, the score used is the one that is the best.
At the end of semester 4, students choose a topic and thesis supervisor in the department they are interested in by filling out an Interest Form. The Study Program then sends a list of specializations to the Heads of Departments. The Head of the Department then held a Departmental Meeting which was attended by the Heads of the Laboratory and to distribute and determine Thesis Advisory Lecturers. After getting the results, the Head of the Department sends a letter to the Head of the Study Program containing the results of the Department Meeting accompanied by an attachment to the list of students of interest and their thesis supervisor. The Study Program then carries out the next process for determining Thesis Supervisor for students who have met the requirements. Subsequently, a Thesis Guidance Decree will be issued, which means that student guidance has shifted from Academic Supervisor to Thesis Supervisor. The thesis proposal must have been approved by the Head of the Study Program at the end of semester 5.