Kurikulum

The curriculum review process is carried out through a series of activities that are systematically arranged as stated in the Curriculum Change Procedure Manual for the Development Economics Study Program as follows:

June 20 2014, Expert Consultation with the Financial Services Authority (OJK) with the results achieved strengthening the subjects of bank and non-bank financial institutions. In addition, the activity also carried out the formulation of Alumni Profiles and Learning Outcomes.

August 25, 2015, Bank Muamalat expert consultation aims to strengthen the internalization of Islamic values ​​in courses and specialization in the Finance & Banking Industry, manifested in the RPS and RPP. The results achieved in the discussion were the concept of changing a banking laboratory into a Bank Muamalah laboratory based on the Baitul Mal Wattamwil (BMT) concept, located in the courtroom of the Faculty of Economics and Business.

On August 18, 2016, a working meeting was organized by the University to compile a higher education curriculum to be implemented starting the new academic year in 2017. With the preparation of the KPT, we developed a program plan for a diploma accompanying letter in the form of professional certification. Several lecturers were trained to become assessors in several fields of activity to support professional certification.

On January 16, 2017, in the FEB courtroom, expert consultation with Bank Indonesia strengthened the interest in the financial and banking industry by bringing up a new course, namely the Kebangsentralan course. These courses will be actively implemented, starting with the latest batch in 2018. Apart from introducing new methods, the material structure for the central banking course will also be discussed, focusing on macroeconomic policies.

January 18 2018, laboratory workshop and Development Economics study program, based on the previous series of activities at this workshop, has been a reconstruction of the curriculum structure for the 2018 batch based on the higher education curriculum. The total number of credits to be able to achieve an undergraduate degree is 145 credits. Some of the changes made in the workshop were the re-naming of the courses, the preparation of the course implementation flow to the emergence of several new approaches such as institutional economics and project evaluation.

On June 24, 2020, a Workshop on the MBKM curriculum for the Development Economics Study Program, based on the series of events, was agreed to reconstruct the curriculum structure according to the Independent Learning Campus Merdeka provisions. There are several changes, namely increasing interest in learning in the Development Economics Study Program, improving Elective Courses both held within and outside the study program and organizing special programs integrated with DUDI.

To achieve a Bachelor of Economics degree in the Development Economics Study Program, a student must complete an academic load of 145 credits consisting of 127 compulsory subjects and 18 elective courses. All courses presented in the lectures at the Development Economics Study Program refer to the competencies offered by the study program, namely in the fields of Banking (Sharia and conventional), public policy planning, industrial builder and the development of Economics / Science of Economics. The curriculum developed also refers to professional certifications issued by the Indonesian government through the National Board for Professional Certification in the banking sector, public policy planners and industry coaches.

Distribution of Development Economics Study Program Courses in 2020/2021 according to management status

no

Management status

Number of credits

1

Compulsory university

22 credits

2

Compulsory faculty

36

3

Compulsory study program

69

4

Elective study program

18

5

the total study load of the development economics study program

145

Distribution of Development Economics Study Program Courses

1st Semester

No

Kel MK

Code

Subject

SKS

1

MKB

310181895

Introduction of accounting

3

2

MKK

210181490

Mathematics Economics I

3

3

MPK

120180044

AIK I (P2KK)

1

4

MPK

 110181876

Pancasila

2

5

MPK

110184974

FLSP I

2

6

MKB

310181918

Introduction to Microeconomics

3

7

MKK

210181912

Business Introduction

3

8

MKB

310181917

Introduction to Macroeconomics

3

 

 

 

Amount

20

Note.*= AIK I is carried out as Personality & Leadership Development Training activities.

2nd Semester

No

Kel MK

Code

Subject

SKS

1

MPK

120184975

FLSP 2

2

2

MKK

210181491

Mathematics Economics II

3

3

MKB

310182956

Macroeconomic Theory I

3

4

MKB

310182959

Microeconomic Theory I

3

5

MPB

 110181876

Citizenship

2

6

MPK

110180189

Indonesian

2

7

MPB

410184718

Business App

2

8

MPK

110180045

AIK II

1

9

MKU

610180156

Aspects of Business Law

2

 

 

 

Amount

20

 

3rd Semester

No

Kel MK

Code

Subject

SKS

1

MPB

410182960

Microeconomic Theory II

3

2

MKK

210184953

Descriptive Statistics

3

3

MPB

410184953

International Trade Theory

3

4

MPB

410180444

Monetary Economics

3

5

MPB

410184695

Entrepreneurship

3

6

MPB

410182957

Macroeconomic Theory II

3

7

MKK

210181346

Financial management

3

 

 

 

Amount

21

 

4th Semester

No

Kel MK

Code

Subject

SKS

1

MPB

410180469

Human Resources and Employment Economics

3

2

MPB

410181045

Central banking

3

3

MPB

410180419

Industrial Economy

3

4

MKK

410180422

International Economics

3

5

MPB

410184957

Inductive Statistics

3

6

MPB

410180460

Public Economy I

3

7

MPB

410180466

Natural Resources & Environmental Economics

3

 

 

 

Amount

21

 

5th Semester

No

Kel MK

Code

Subject

SKS

1

MPB

410180425

Islamic economics

3

2

MBB

 510182109

Indonesian economy

3

3

MKB

410180447

Economic development

3

4

MKK

210182544

History of Economic Thought

3

5

MPK

110180046

AIK III

1

6

MKK

210180414

Econometrics

3

7

MPB

410180462

Regional Economy

3

 

 

 

Amount

19

 

6th Semester

No

Kel MK

Code

Subject

SKS

1

MKK

210180104

Public Policy Analysis*

3

2

MPB

410185247

Regional Economy****

3

3

MPB

410185246

Rural Economic Planning****

3

4

MPB

410185246

Islamic Social Finance***

3

5

MPB

410185244

Islamic Public Finance***

3

6

MPB

410185243

ZISWAF Economics***

3

7

MKB

310180427

Institutional Economics****

3

8

MPK

110180047

Al Islam and Muhammadiyah IV

1

9

MKB

310185240

Development Planning in the Digital Age*

3

10

MPB

410183712

Fiqh Muamalah***

3

11

MPB

410183703

Investment Theory and Analysis**

3

12

MKB

310185241

Regional Financial Management in the Digital Age*

3

13

MPB

410182107

Syariah banking**

3

14

MKB

310185242

Banking & Fintech Theory**

3

15

MPB

410182620

Distribution and Transportation System****

3

16

MKK

210181583

Research methods

3

17

MKK

210180560

Project Evaluation

3

18

MKK

210181156

International Finance**

3

19

MPB

410180461

Applied Public Economics*

3

 

 

 

Amount

19

*) : Specialization in Development Planning

**) : Specialization in Industry, Finance and Banking

***): Islamic Economics Specialization

****): Rural Economy Specialization

Choose as many as 19 credits

7th Semester (Elective courses)

No

Kel MK

Code

Subject

SKS

1

MPB

410185252

Economic Model*

3

2

MPB

410180482

Export Import*

3

3

MKK

210180002

Account Officer*

3

4

MKK

210181279

Bank and Non-Bank Financial Institutions*

3

5

MKK

210183713

Sharia Financial Management*

3

6

MPB

410180428

Population Economics*

3

7

MPB

410185249

Seminar on Industry, Finance and Banking*

3

8

MPB

410185251

Rural Economic Seminar*

3

9

MPB

410185250

Islamic Economics Seminar*

3

10

MPB

410185248

Seminar on Development Planning and Public Policy*

3

 

 

 

Amount

15

*) : Elective Courses, Choose as many as 15 credits

8TH Semester

No

Kel MK

Code

Subject

SKS

1

MBB

510181260

Community Service Program

4

2

MBB

510182666

Thesis

6

 

 

 

Amount

10

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