Course Guidelines

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.

    Aims, Objectives and Graduate Attributes

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

    Learning Resources

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

    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.

    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.


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


  • 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

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