Undergraduate Courses

BACHELOR OF PSYCHOLOGY

Course Objectives:

Understanding the basic knowledge of psychology and observation techniques objectively, so as to interpret human behavior, either individually or in groups according to the rules of psychology.

Outcomes:

The graduates of this program will have the ability to analyze and design a study Psychology in accordance with the characteristics and organization culture of private business, goverment institutions and community.

 

Available Programs:

University Partners for Credit Transfer Program :

  • Universiti Malaysia Sabah, Malaysia
  • Sungkyunkwan University, South Korea

Core Subjects

Graphic Production Methods

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Understand the theory of graphic production methods.
  • Ability to apply the method in a production of graphic design

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Anthropology

Credit Unit : 2
Competency:

  • Understand the meaning and scope of anthropology psychology
  • Understand the evolution of entity
  • Understand culture and its development
  • Understand the concept of personality in the cultural context of ethnic societies
  • Understand the nature of anthropology psychology and its development
  • Understand the cultural diversity of people in Indonesia

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Sociology

Credit Unit : 2
Competency:

  • The main competence to be achieved in this course is that students have the basic knowledge and basic theories about sociology of society, especially sociology of Indonesia. After this course finish, the students can analyze social problems in the middle of society with various media.

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Bio Psychology

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Knowing and understand biopsychology theories and principles.
  • Be able to explain the principles of biopsychology and relevance to other courses

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Philosophy and Logic

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • To understand the nature of philosophy concerning the origin, principles, roles, uses, methods and branches of philosophy
  • Be able to philosophize based on the method used
  • Be able to analyze an event based on the flow of philosophy
  • To understand about the knowledge and truth that is accompanied by logical thinking
  • Be able to think reflectively on psychological issues

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History and Branches of Psychology

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Knowing and Understanding the Concept and Theory of Psychological Sciences.

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Human Philosophy

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Students are able to express their reasoning about the relational nature of the relationship between the body and the human soul.
  • Students are able to express their reasoning about the nature and possibilities of knowledge, understanding, and affectivity of human.
  • Students are able to express their reasoning about the nature and possibilities of human freedom and their relationship to human choice.
  • Students be able to express their reasoning about the fundamental characteristic of human sociality;
  • Students be able to express their reasoning about the things above and other philosophical things about human beings using perspectives, both within and outside of the Western philosophy tradition;
  • Students be able to synthesize and analyze the philosophers’ arguments and claims about human beings discussed in this course.

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Industrial & Organization Psychology

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Knowing and understanding the concept and application of psychology in industry and organization.

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Educational Psychology

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • The students are able to explain the basic concepts and theories in educational psychology, as well as the related issues of learning in educational psychology.

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Social Psychology

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Students understand comprehension of social psychology comprehensively.
  • Students understand the various topics of social psychology and the underlying theory.
  • Students are able to analyze various social phenomena from the perspective of social psychology.

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Behavior and Mental Processes

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Knowing and Understanding the Concept and Theory of Psychological Sciences.

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Developmental Psychology

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Students know the theories of developmental psychology figures and knowing the material about the stages of human development.

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Personality Psychology

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • To understand the basic concepts of basic theories in psychology.
  • Be able to understand the psychological dynamics in human and the process of growth and development of humans based on each personality theory, and the possibility of psychopathology and psychotherapy.

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Introduction to Psychology Diagnostic

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Students are able to explain basic concepts and theories in psychological measurement, measurement objectives and utilization of measuring instruments in psychological assessment.

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Statistics Psychology

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Students are able to understand the role of statistics in Psychology and use it in analyzing data.

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Intelligence Tests

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Knowing and understand the basic theoretical of intelligence testing tools comprehensively.
  • Be able to carry out measurements of intelligence, scoring and processing of results and writing psychological reports.

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Psychometry

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Understand the theories and techniques of psychological measurement.
  • Students are able to use and evaluate psychometric tests.

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Social Cognition

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Students are able to understand the process of interaction in groups and between groups in various social order and recognize the application of several theories and methods of Social Psychology to solve social problems and develop the community.

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Lifelong Learning

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Students are able to understand the theories of developmental psychology figures and to know the material about the stages of human development.

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Contemporary Personality Psychology

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Understanding about main theories and conceptions upon the psychology.
  • Understanding about psychological dynamics within individuals, individuals’ psychological growth and development as well as the conception about psychopathology and the psychotherapy regarding to respective personality theory.

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Methodology of Observation and Interviewing in Clinical and Social Psychology

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Knowing and Understanding the concepts of observation and interviews, theories of observation and interviews, various approaches in observation and interviews, design steps of various forms of observation and interview, the meaning of observable behaviors as human psychological statements, observation in situations And the field of clinical and social psychology. The sentences that have a diagnostic meaning spoken subject in the interview process.

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Ethics of Psychology

Credit Unit : 2
Competency:

  • Understand the basic theories in the psychological code of ethics.
  • Be able to understand the various concepts in the code of ethics of psychology and the articles in the code of ethics of Indonesian psychology.
  • Be able to analyze various issues related to violations of the code of ethics of psychology and the solution as a scientist of psychology.

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Counseling Psychology

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Understand the moral and ethics in counseling
  • Understand the theory and techniques of counseling
  • Understand the alignment and implementation of the theory and techniques of counseling

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Psychological Disorders

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Students know and understand the causes, symptoms, types of disorders and treatment for various psychological disorders in children and adults.
  • Students are able to explain the psychological interference in children and adults.

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Construction of Psychology Measurement

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Students are able to apply psychological measurement tools to deepen their knowledge, especially those related to psychological testing instruments.

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Inventory Tests

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Knowing and understanding psychological measuring instruments in the form of inventory personality.
  • Knowing and understanding psychological measurement theories, dimensions and indicators
  • Be able to carry out psychological measurements, processing results and writing psychological reports.

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Clinical Psychology

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Students know the principles of assessment and intervention in the field of clinical psychology

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Experimental Psychology

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Students understand a variety of experimental designs and are able to develop simple experimental research designs.

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Behavior Modification

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Students understand the limits of behavior modification, scope, history, concepts, basic principles, and various behavioral modification techniques, and apply behavior modification techniques through case examples.

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Introduction to Projection Test

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Students understand the notion of projection test
  • Students understand the method of measuring personality
  • Students understand the background of personality measurement by projection method
  • Students are able to instruct WZT, Baum, DAM, Rorschach test

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Psychology of Leadership

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Students are able to understand and apply the application of psychology to analyze the leadership, be a leader in global challenges and become a competitive organization.

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Social Invervention

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Students are able to understand social interventions in practice, how to communicate and empower communities, how to work in groups, using long-term interventions, furthermore students not only study theoretically but also practice how to conduct assessment, implement the social intervention programs, and Evaluate the program.

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Media & Communication

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Understand and be able to explain the fundamentals, principles, concepts and theories of media psychology and communication.
  • Be able to understand and define issues related to effective communication skills and communication systems; Intrapersonal, interpersonal, group / organization, and mass

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Disaster Psychology

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Students are expected to understand about disasters, vulnerable groups, post-disaster reactions, mental health conditions after disasters, assessment, post-disaster mental health service response, pre-disaster prevention, volunteer roles, interventions with specific disorders, and evaluation of disaster intervention programs.

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Indigenous Psychology

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Knowing and understanding the cultural role of human beings as members of certain ethnic groups or as part of Indonesian nation using cross-cultural psychology approach.

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Social Psychology Practice

Credit Unit : 0
Competency:

  • Gain experience in identifying patterns of social psychology in test groups.
  • Apply prevention and intervention practices.
  • Perform participatory community research.

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Job Analysis

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Students are able to explain the basic concepts and theories in job analysis and their implementation in the organization
  • Students are able to perform the job analysis as well as analysis of job functions / positions as applications of positional analysis theories
  • Able to make draft plans in redesigning functional positions

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Consumen Psychology

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Students are able to understand consumer psychology: understanding and how it can happen
  • Students are able to understand consumer’s memory and learn
  • Students are able to understand the perception and the attention
  • Students are able to understand the identities and the consumption
  • Students are able to understand the emotional side of consumers
  • Students are able to understand about the attitudes
  • Students are able to understand the psychology of advertising
  • Students are able to understand the determinants of consumer behavior
  • Students are able to understand consumer’s brand decision and loyalty
  • Students are able to understand the internet
  • Students are able to understand children as consumers
  • Students are able to understand consumption and happiness
  • Students are able to understand the consumer and the environment

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Industrial Relations

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Students are knowledgeable and able to apply the knowledge about industrial relations in the work area.

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Human Resources Psychology

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • After following this lecture students are expected to have a broad understanding and the concept of human resource management concepts that can be used in analyzing and addressing the actual problems of human resources as an effort to achieve optimal human resource productivity

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Industrial and Organizational Psychology Practice

Credit Unit : 0
Competency:

  • Gain experience in identifying issues in industrual and organizational psychology in practice.
  • Students are able to solve organizational psychological problems in order to improve work environment.

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Inclusive education

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Students understand the principles and considerations of inclusive education regarding all age-group in a general context and in the specific context of the education system of Indonesia.

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Pre Elementary Psychology

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Students are able to prepare the plan for learning, management and direction of early childhood and in accordance with the concept of child development.
  • Students are able to design educative games and create an EDT (Educational Display Tool) that can stimulate the achievement of the tasks of child development in accordance with the concept of Child Development Psychology.
  • Students know the theory of Development and Education appropriate for early childhood.

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Learning Difficulties Analysis

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Students are able to understand and explain the learning difficulties, understand and explain the characteristics and ways of detecting learning difficulties. Students are able to make a learning plan for students who have learning difficulties.

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Spiritual Psychology

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Understand about the spiritual psychology. Can criticize the theory of psychology based on spiritual concepts and religion. Students are also expected to implement spiritually in various aspects such as the world of education so that individuals can achieve happiness and a meaningful life that is the main key of the spiritual aspect.

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Education Psychology Practice

Credit Unit : 0
Competency:

  • Students understand the theories of human learning (behaviorism, cognitivism, evolutionary psychology, biopsychology…).
  • Students understand the models of the mind and neural networks.
  • Students are able to identify and assess psychological problems related to learning and education.

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Familiy Psychology

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Students are able to understand the application of clinical psychology in family life, can help to resolve and explain the family problems in the practice of psychology or in people’s lives

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Forensic Psychology

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Able to understand what is a forensic psychologist and psychology
  • Understand the relationship and the role of psychology in the field of law
  • Able to explain about the techniques used in criminal investigation and investigation
  • Able to recognize specific cases such as cases of gender based violence and cases of child abuse as well as the psychological impacts that result.
  • Able to explain the duties and functions of forensic psychologists and psychologists in the judicial process

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Mental Health

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Students are able to make a plan to improve someone’s mental health, both curative, preventive, and promotive.

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Pedology

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Identify some factors that can lead to problematic behavior.
  • Formulate the problems of psychic development, which may appear in adolescents as a result of adverse environmental conditions.
  • Recognize the symptoms of behavioral problems in children and adolescents, which interfere with their development, and which require expert handling.
  • Identify the symptoms of behavioral problems in children and adolescents with disabilities (Exceptional Children).

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Clinical Psychology Practice

Credit Unit : 0
Competency:

  • Students are able to identify and assess mental, emotional, and behavioral disorders.

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Basic Undergraduate Courses

Research Method (Qualitative)

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Students know and understand the concept and application of qualitative research in psychology.

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Religion

Credit Unit : 2
Competency:

  • To provide a basis for the development of intellectual abilities of individual students in order to become a person of character, self-confident, able to compete and polite.

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English I

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Intended for students developing fluency and proficiency in written and spoken English. Provides intensive practice in building well-constructed sentences and paragraphs, while building fluency and preparing students for longer written assignments.

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UMB Ethics

Credit Unit : 2
Competency:

  • Awareness of the role and responsibilities of Professional Engineers in society with respect to the environment, ethics, equity, public and worker safety and health considerations. Introduction to technical and other forms of work term and/or work experience report preparation, understanding national and international placement standards, WorkSafeBC standards, engineering logbooks. Development of effective interview techniques, skill assessment and analysis, career management and development. Preparation of resumés and cover letters.

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Civics

Credit Unit : 2
Competency:

  • Students are able to understand about the urgency of civic education in college, the state and the system of government in several countries and in Indonesia, the national identity, the meaning of democracy, develop democratic attitudes, rights and obligations of citizens, sensitive to the problems and implementation of the existing rule of environment’s law, human rights, geography, population and environment in Indonesia, the concept of National Resilience in solving the problems that arise in society, understand the relationship between state and religion and its problems, recognize the model of regional autonomy and the principles of good governance.

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Entrepreneurship I

Credit Unit : 2
Competency:

  • Finance, accounting, auditing, taxation, marketing, market research; organizational psychology, personnel selection; engineering economy, equivalent uniform annual cash flow, present worth, cost benefit ratio.

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Pancasila (Indonesian Ideology)

Credit Unit : 2
Competency:

  • Students are able to analyze problems in the life of society, nation and state through intellectual responsibility by preserving the values of Pancasila in the reality of life.

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English II

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Introduction to the reading and writing skills needed to meet the expectations of university-level academic study. Emphasis is on building proficiency in academic reading and writing through extensive practice.

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Computer Application

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Fundamentals of computer programming with real-world engineering examples using an imperative programming language. Topics include variables, data types, statements, control structures, functions, parameter passing mechanisms, expressions, data structures, files, pointers, storage allocation, elementary searching and sorting, recursion, encapsulation, modularity, incremental development, testing, and debugging.

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Indonesian Language

Credit Unit : 2
Competency:

  • Searching and referencing methods used in dealing with scientific and technical literature and on the characteristics of effective technical and scientific style. The emphasis throughout will be on clarity, precision, and consistency. Students will acquire practical experience in the writing of short technical documents such as memoranda, letters and abstracts, longer forms such as reports, papers, and theses, and instructional forms such as manuals, brochures, and specifications.

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Basic of Research Methodology

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Students are able to understand the basics of research methods.

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Research Method (Quantitative)

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • This Course provides students the basic knowledge to conduct research in Psychology with a quantitative approach.
  • All psychology graduates should have the knowledge of quantitative research methods concept and capable conducting research based on these concepts.

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Training & Development

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Students have an advanced understanding of educational psychology.
  • Students are able to apply the principles of educational psychology in practical problems of training and development.

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Methodology of Observation and Interviewing in Industrial and Organizational and Educational Psychology

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • After attending these lectures, students are expected to understand the basics of observation and interviews, have the skills of observation and interviews in the field of the psychology of industry and education, able to make interpretations of data collected through observation and interviews.

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Final Project

Credit Unit : 6
Competency:

  • Students understand the methods of research in psychology.
  • Students are able to demonstrate a comprehensive understanding of the material learnt in the previous semesters through a research project under the supervision of a faculty member.

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Electives Subjects

English III

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Students are able to communicate in English ( Orally and in writing) in common business contexts and comprehend business-related reading materials / Students are able to manage the well business in the field of science, make bankable financial statements, provide added value to the product and increase the amount of revenue significantly.

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English IV

Credit Unit : 2
Competency:

  • Student are able to communicate in english (orally and in writing) in common business contexts and comprehered business-related reading materials, student achieve A TOEIC score between 550- 650.

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