Course Guidelines

1. General Course Information

  • The Bachelor Degree program run in 8 (eight) semesters.
  • The total number of credit units for the Bachelor Degree program are approximately 144 – 146 credit units, and given in 50 – 54 course subjects.
  • Each semester normally has 20 – 24 credit units
  • The number of subjects in each semester is around 7 – 8 subjects.
  • 1 Academic Year consist of two semesters.
  • The beginning of academic year, normally at around September each year. The
    following semester normally begin on March each year.

2. Aims, Objectives and Graduate Attributes

  • Each Department or Field of Study has individually Course Objectives and Learning Outcome.

3. Learning Resources

  • Each subject coming with a detail course details, which cover weekly class schedule, books of references, the assignments and marking requirements.

4. Learning Activities

  • Each subject in average has 3 (three) credit units
  • Each semester run for 14 (fourteen) weeks of classroom, including laboratory work (if any), excluding the two weeks periods for mid-semester examination and final examination.
  • 1 credit unit is equal fifty minutes of classroom or lab work activities each week.

5. Prerequisite

  • Some subjects are prerequisite of others subjects or any other academic activities.

6. Assessment

  • Each subject has a range of grade A to E (A, A-, B+, B, B-, C+, C, D and E)
  • The minimum requirement to pass the course is by getting a grade more than or equal to C.
  • Each grade has a weight of 4 to 0.
  • The GPA (Graduate Point Average) has a scale of 4
  • At the final semester, all student has to written a final project and presenting atthe front of three faculty members

7. Policies & Guidelines

  • Faculty and/or Department might has specific requirement for their courses and students, among others are: types of a Final Project, the assessment format for the final project, an internship programs.