Lectures and Practicum

Lecture and Practical classes

Students are required to take part in educational activities such as lectures, practicums, and other activities according to the study plan and schedule. Lectures are held for 14 weeks (face to face meetings) in one semester. Students must fill in the attendance list for every lecture/class, and must attend a minimum 75% of the class attendance. If students cannot attend lectures with a minimum attendance, students are not allowed to take exams with any reason, except: illness, the main family is passed away, or being an ambassador of the Faculty/University official activities at national and international levels. Permission Letter is submitted to the academic section at no later than 5 (five) working days after the student absences in the classes.


Examination is held to evaluate the students’ participation in the lectures activities. Examinations for all courses are carried out in two stages, midterm exams and final semester exams. Examinations are held in writing or verbal in a specified time. Students are allowed to take the exam if they meet some specified requirements. Examination results are announced to students 14 working days after the exam is carried out through Simaster.

Terms for Course and Practice Examination

  1. Examination is held and scheduled once for mid semester examination and once for final semester examination according to the University academic calendar,
  2. Practice examination is arranged by the practice coordinator separately
  3. Undergraduate thesis examination and field work Practice is arranged according to the faculty's rule

Conditions for Course and Practice Examination

 Students can take course or practice examinations if meet all conditions below:

  1. Be Recorded as active student during the semester as indicated by the validation of study plan card by the Academic Supervisor;
  2. Meet the administrative requirement issued by the Academic and Student Affairs Section;
  3. Have attended the class activities of the courses 75% of the face to face meeting at minimum;
  4. Take the practice examination, students should attend the practice classes according to the conditions applied;
  5. In a condition students cannot attend the examination due to sickness, main family is passed away, or to be official representatives of the Faculty/University, notification shall be given on the day of examination and letter of permission shall be submitted to the academic section by the latest 3 days of working hours;
  6. Follow-up examination is organized by the academic section.


  1. The grading of learning process uses the relative grading system as follows:
  2. The grading is as follows:
    A is equal with 4,0 (four point zero)
    A- is equal with 3.75 (three point seventy-five)
    A/B is equal with 3.5 (three point five)
    B+ is equal with 3.5 (three point five)
    B is equal with 3.0 (three point zero)
    B- is equal with 2.75 (two point seventy-five)
    B/C is equal with 2.5 (two point five)
    C+ is equal with 2.25 (two point twenty-five)
    C is equal with 2.0 (two point zero)
    C- is equal with 1.75 (one point seventy-five)
    C/D is equal with 1.5 (one point five)
    D+ is equal with 1.25 (one point twenty-five)
    D is equal with 1 (one), E is equal with 0 (zero)
  3. Students who do not submit resignation through Simaster will get an E score automatically.
  4. Students who have not completed the scoring component to a lecturer, they will be stated as uncompleted (TL: tidak lengkap), if it has not been completed in a month since the score has been announced, the status of uncompleted (mark as TL) will be changed to E score.
  5. Students are able to raise a question to the supporting lecturer regarding the scoring result they get and the supporting lecturer may also give the clarification concerning the scoring process.

Student Course Remedial

Students are able to take remedial courses which have been taken for score improvement (Grade Point Average). By having this remedial program, the score that will be used is the best score.

Course Specialization

At the end of the 4th semester, the students choose the topics and undergraduate thesis advisor from the department that they are interested in by filling the specialization form. Later, the Study Program will send the lists to the Head of Departments. Next, the head of the Department organizes the department meetings that are attended by the Heads of Laboratories to distribute and determine the thesis advisors. After getting the result, the Head of the Department sends a letter to the Head of the Study Program to inform the result of the Department meeting appended with the attachment of a specialization list of students along with their determined thesis advisor. Then, The Study Program proceeds the next step,which is the determination of thesis advisor for the student who has fulfilled the requirements. After it is done, the Decree of Thesis Advisor that indicates the student advisor alteration from previously the academic advisor changes to thesis advisor. The thesis proposal must be legalized by the Head of Study Program at the end of the 5th Semester.