Course Objectives

Preparing graduates with knowledge, skills and competencies for being able to become a communicator, facilitator, and mediator, as well as innovators and creators in the field of communication studies.

Outcomes

Graduates of this program will have the ability in Communication Technician (such as: public speaking, event organizer, producing media for Public Relation), or Communication Facilitator (the ability of persuasion, negotiation in any communication situation, and the ability to manage relationships with all stakeholders).

Available Programs

University Partners for Credit Transfer Program :

  • Universiti Sains Malaysia, Malaysia
  • Sungkyunkwan University, South Korea
  • Rangsit University, Thailand

  • Core Subjects

    Introduction to Communication Science

    Credit Unit : 3
    Competency:

    • Students are able to analyze the phenomena and problems in communication events that occur in the community.

    Lecturers:

    • Marwan Mahmudi
    • Elly Yuliawati
    • Santa Lorita Simamora
    • Dadan Anugrah

    Capita Selecta Social Sciences

    Credit Unit : 3
    Competency:

    • Students are able to understand, comprehend, explain, implement and analyze social systems: social psychology, economic system, political system, legal system of Indonesia

    Lecturers:

    • Ety Sujanti
    • Norma Restu Kusumawati
    • Oni Tarsani
    • Hadi Surantio

    Basic of Logics

    Credit Unit : 3
    Competency:

    • Written and speech abilities as an expression of event should be ethicist, aesthetics and also logics. To know how to be ethicist, aesthetics and logics, communicators must recognize the principles of good reasoning. Logic, then is about reasoning, and reasoning is a kind of thinking. It is a kind of thinking in which communicators try to solve the problem, make a decision, and determine what is true.

    Lecturers:

    • Ida Anggraeni Ananda
    • Surajiyo
    • Ramdhan Muhaimin

    Introduction to Public Relations

    Credit Unit : 3
    Competency:

    • Students able to understand, interpret, describe and explain again about the basics sense, the role, function, job planning stage of PR activity, the type of audience and public relations activities, media production PR, PR management, ethics, marketing, public relations and corporate PR at the same organizational structure, as well as issues of contemporary public relations covering CSR and PR 2.0. Competence and be able to decipher the introductory aspects of PR and corporate communication as the basis of the expected work toward PR professionals.

    Lecturers:

    • Suryaning Hayati
    • Anindita
    • Syerli Haryati
    • Eko Putra Boediman
    • Tati Herlina Manurung
    • Diah Wardhani
    • Riki Arswendi
    • Emilia Bassar

    Theory of Communication

    Credit Unit : 3
    Competency:

    • Students are expected to understand the various approaches, understanding, analytical frameworks and perspectives that exist in the communication sciences, theoretical assumptions about the communication events in a wide range of problems in the field of communication.

    Lecturers:

    • Leila Mona
    • Rosmawaty Hilderiah .P
    • Inge Hutagalung
    • Muhamad Rosit
    • Abdul Rahman HI
    • Askariani
    • Farid Hamid Umarela
    • Hadi Surantio

    Psychology of Communication

    Credit Unit : 3
    Competency:

    • After following this course, students are able to understand, comprehend, explain, implement and analyze patterns of human behavior in communication, the factors that influence the formation of self-concept, perception, attitude and behavior of humans in communication, psychology communicator and message.

    Lecturers:

    • Rika Yessica Rahma
    • Dyah Rachmawati Sugiyanto
    • Widyastuti
    • Elly Yuliawati
    • Ispawati Asri

    Sociology of Communication

    Credit Unit : 3
    Competency:

    • Students after attending this course are expected to have the ability to understand, analyze, evaluate and explain again the theory and concept of communication as a field of knowledge and activity in a community. Understand and know the functions of communication for the community, in social change communications, communications in urban and rural communities.

    Lecturers:

    • Marzuki
    • Heri Budianto
    • Gustina Romaria
    • Marwan Mahmudi
    • Dyah Rachmawati Sugiyanto
    • Martina Shalaty Putri Pane
    • Syaifuddin
    • Yuliawati

    Mass Communication

    Credit Unit : 3
    Competency:

    • After attending this course, students are expected to have knowledge and understanding of mass communication, mass communication models, processes and effects of mass communication, new media in order to analyze the problems of mass communication and utilizing such knowledge.

    Lecturers:

    • Morissan
    • Yoyoh Hereyah
    • Dewi Sad Tanti
    • Radityo Muhammad
    • Eka Perwitasari Fauzi
    • M.Gunawan
    • Aryadillah

    Multimedia Communication (Elearning)

    Credit Unit : 3
    Competency:

    • Provide insight to students about the development of multimedia and application utilization to support his work as a Public Relation.

    Lecturers:

    • Anindita
    • Rika Yessica Rahma
    • Feri Sanjaya
    • Sudiyono
    • Syaifuddin

    Photography and Documentary Public Relation

    Credit Unit : 3
    Competency:

    • Students understand the history of photography, the development of photography, camera, lighting, basic controls, work procedures photography, creative photography techniques and how to be able to make photos that have technical quality, visual quality and content using either analog or digital SLR cameras as well as understand the usefulness photo PR and how to document either manually or computerized.

    Lecturers:

    • Eppstian Syah As’ari
    • Daniel Handoko
    • Hendra Syaukani
    • Wisnu Tri Rahardjo

    Social Statistics

    Credit Unit : 3
    Competency:

    • After following this course the student is able to analyze problems within the scope of science communication by using statistical principles, keeping in touch with the research methods course and MPK.

    Lecturers:

    • Eri Wirandana
    • Tyas Eka Kurnia

    Media Relations

    Credit Unit : 3
    Competency:

    • At the end of the semester, students have the ability to think (cognitive) C6 in the form of the ability to plan media relations program.

    Lecturers:

    • Gufroni Sakaril
    • Yulia Karsono
    • Kornelia Johana Dacosta
    • Ispawati Asri

    Organization Communication

    Credit Unit : 3
    Competency:

    • The purposes of this course, students are expected to know, understand and analytically examine communication within the organization as well as to plan communication strategies within the organization that will be achieved.

    Lecturers:

    • Marwan Mahmudi
    • Yoyoh Hereyah
    • Sabena
    • Frenia Triasiholan Aesthetika DS. Nababan

    Internal Public Relations Media Writing

    Credit Unit : 3
    Competency:

    • After following this course, students are expected to know, understand and be able to formulate appropriate dummy content writing standards of the profession, particularly in developing communication media organization that includes press releases, newsletter, news, non-news and in-house magazine.

    Lecturers:

    • Yuni Tresnawati
    • Haililah Tri Gandhi Wati
    • Rizki Ayu Budipratiwi
    • Dwi Firmansyah

    External Public Relations Media Writing

    Credit Unit : 3
    Competency:

     

    Lecturers:

    • Yuni Tresnawati
    • Haililah Tri Gandhi Wati
    • Rizki Ayu Budipratiwi
    • Syerli Haryati
    • Sri Hesti
    • Kurniawan Prasetyo

    Public Opinion

    Credit Unit : 3
    Competency:

    • Explaining some thoughts, truth, freedom of speech, freedom of boundaries, distinguishing the various interests of individuals and groups, and the norm of truth; distinguish the limits of freedom of the theory expert, explained the public opinion polls; understand the implementation of the quick count; distinguish various image via public opinion.

    Lecturers:

    • Yuni Tresnawati
    • Novi Erlita
    • Radityo Muhammad
    • Yulia Karsono

    Investor Relations

    Credit Unit : 3
    Competency:

    • Through this course students are expected to understand and master the investor relations as a public relations activities with stakeholders, in terms of reputation management, including the mechanisms of interaction, strategy, the concept of information used in these relations, events management, media and investor relations activity evaluation.

    Lecturers:

    • Suryaning Hayati
    • Wihartantyo Ari Wibowo
    • Dwi Prijono Soesanto
    • M.Gunawan
    • Ervan Ismail

    Human Relations

    Credit Unit : 3
    Competency:

    • After studying this course students are expected to understand the scope of human communications, to understand the symbols and meaning in communication, types of communication, understanding the influence of culture in human communication, communications style, and communication experience cases.

    Lecturers:

    • Novi Erlita
    • Wihartantyo Ari Wibowo
    • Rika Yessica Rahma
    • Syerli Haryati
    • Afrina Sari
    • Ervan Ismail
    • Hadi Surantio

    Marketing Public Relations

    Credit Unit : 3
    Competency:

    • Students are expected to understand the roles, function, and purpose of Marketing Public Relations, in order to support the Marketing Department and Company’s Business through strategic communication and to maximize Corporate Value and Corporate Reputation through the concepts and strategies of Public Relations.

    Lecturers:

    • Anindita
    • Enjang Pera Irawan
    • Dian Agustine Nuriman
    • Hiswanti
    • Dewi Ambarsari

    Print Media Production Public Relations

    Credit Unit : 3
    Competency:

    • After following this course, students are expected to create and compile a dummy / PR communication media portfolio appropriate professional standards, worth / news value, corresponding creative concepts in favor of the formation of the organization’s reputation, especially the communication medium that includes print release press releases, online press releases, material press conference audio-visual media, newsletters, in-house magazine, advertorial, public service announcements, posters, annual reports, websites, company profile print, photo exhibitions public relations, employee id cards, booklets employee culture, consumer brochures, x banner, hanging banners, banner and logo of the organization.

    Lecturers:

    • Novida Irawan
    • Dwi Firmansyah
    • Enjang Pera Irawan
    • Lilianto Apriadi
    • Amalliah

    Public Relations Audiovisual Media Production

    Credit Unit : 3
    Competency:

    • After following this course, students are expected to create and compile a dummy / PR communication media portfolio appropriate professional standards, worth / news value, corresponding creative concepts in favor of the formation of the organization’s reputation, especially the communication medium that includes material press conference audio-visual media, advertising services community, an audio visual company profile, photo exhibitions public relations, employee id card.

    Lecturers:

    • Novida Irawan
    • Dwi Firmansyah
    • Eppstian Syah As’ari
    • Mochamad Taufiq Hidayat
    • Amalliah

    Lobby techniques, Negotiation and Diplomacy

    Credit Unit : 3
    Competency:

    • After following this course, students can understand the definition of lobbying, negotiation and diplomacy, making the preparation of negotiations; the team compiled and can execute the negotiation stages by applying the techniques of negotiation. Courses lobbying technique, negotiation and diplomacy skills beneficial to the students as to achieve the purpose of negotiation and diplomacy with the appropriate and creative way.

    Lecturers:

    • Rika Yessica Rahma
    • Mustika Ranto Gulo
    • Yuliawati
    • Ispawati Asri

    Stakeholder Relations

    Credit Unit : 3
    Competency:

    • After finishing the classes, the students are expected   be able to explain the concept of stakeholder relations, types of stakeholder and can maintain good relationship to both internal and external public.

    Lecturers:

    • Andi Youna Catherine Bachtiar
    • Yuliawati
    • Siti Komsiah

    Manajemen Public Relations

    Credit Unit : 3
    Competency:

    • Students are expected to understand, to apply the role, function and purpose of Public Relations Management, in order to participate strategically in the management of the organization to achieve the goal achievement of the Organization’s reputation, in a planned manner through the concept, method and strategy of the right Public Relations Management.

    Lecturers:

    • Irmulan Sati T.
    • Endri Listiani
    • E. Muhamad Camdan

    Ethics & Philosophy of Communication

    Credit Unit : 3
    Competency:

    • Students are expected to midterms are able to describe the problem of communication problems from the standpoint of ethics. After midterm exams until the end of the semester, students are expected to able to provide an assessment of the communication problems from the standpoint of ethics.

    Lecturers:

    • Nono Sungkono
    • E. Muhamad Camdan

    Reportage and Interview Techniques

    Credit Unit : 2
    Competency:

    • Students are able to analyze problems in the reporting of events and interviews are faced every day in society.

    Lecturers:

    • Sabena
    • Yuliawati
    • Feri Sanjaya
    • Ave Rosa Dwi Putra

    Public Relations Research

    Credit Unit : 3
    Competency:

    • Students are able to understand, explain the scope, process and elements of scientific research and natural, formulate the problem of quantitative and qualitative research, determine the focus of the study, were able to make a research proposal with quantitative and qualitative approaches within the scope of the study of public relations and communication science, able to process and analyzing quantitative and qualitative research data and be able to prepare a research report.

    Lecturers:

    • Agustina Zubair
    • Amin Sar
    • Dicky Andika
    • Marwan Mahmudi
    • Rosmawaty Hilderiah .P
    • Suryaning Hayati
    • Dewi Sad Tanti
    • Elly Yuliawati
    • Farid Hamid Umarela
    • Juwono Tri Atmodjo

    Public Relations Professional Ethics

    Credit Unit : 2
    Competency:

    • After attending this course, students are expected to know, understand and can apply professional ethics in conducting public relations activities that can behave as a professional Public Relations Officer.

    Lecturers:

    • Ida Anggraeni Ananda
    • Dwi Prijono Soesanto
    • Abdul Rahman HI
    • Yuliawati
    • Dewi Ambarsari
    • Ispawati Asri

    Basic Undergraduate Courses

    Pancasila (Indonesian Ideology)

    Credit Unit : 2
    Competency:

    • Able to analyze problems in the life of society, nation and state through intellectual responsibility by preserving the values of Pila Sila in the reality of life.

    Lecturers:

    • Azwar

    Religion

    Credit Unit : 2
    Competency:

    • Knowing the contribution of Islamic civilization in creating the world.
    • Knowing the source of Islamic teachings, and the perfection of worship according to Islamic sources.
    • Knowing the development of Islam in Indonesia, the existence and the arrival of Islam in Indonesia as well as the spread of Islam

    Lecturers:

    • Wahyudi Pramono
    • Norma Restu Kusumawati
    • Rahmah Ningsih

    Computer Application

    Credit Unit : 3
    Competency:

    • After completing this course, students are able to use application software packages such as Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Powerpoint, can search through internet resources, and the method is able to indulge lectures Multi Access Learning (MAL).

    Lecturers:

    • Daniel Handoko
    • Ida Farida
    • Sudiyono

    Basic of Management and Leadership

    Credit Unit : 3
    Competency:

    • Through this course students have the basic knowledge in management, application management in the organization understand the various situations, be able to manage existing resources, have leadership in achieving organizational objectives that have been defined.

    Lecturers:

    • Junaedi
    • R. Joko Sugiharjo
    • Andi Youna Catherine Bachtiar
    • Nono Sungkono

    Civics

    Credit Unit : 2
    Competency:

    • Knowing the elements, the functions of State and Government are running .
    • Using the values of Pancasila in everyday life.
    • Understands and able to develop a National Identity .
    • Understanding the meaning of democracy and develop democratic attitudes
    • Understanding and using the rights and obligations of citizens
    • Understand and be sensitive to the problems and the implementation of the rule of law that is available in the environment .
    • Understanding human rights , human rights enforcement agencies and develop attitudes that maintain the balance of rights and obligations .
    • Understand the geography , population , and environment in the Indonesian Archipelago and implement the concept
    • Understand the definition and model of regional autonomy , as well as the implementation of regional autonomy within the framework of the Unitary Republic of Indonesia .
    • Using the concept of National Defense in solving problems that arise in the community in order to improve the nation’s competitiveness .
    • Understanding the traits and characteristics of civil society and are able to develop into a civil society in Indonesia .
    • Understand the principles and application of good governance in the government , and private institutions , as well as local autonomy.
    • Understanding the challenges of globalization and to prepare themselves to deal with the problems that arise

    Lecturers:

    • Yuvinus Elyus
    • Rahmah Ningsih
    • Amru

    English I

    Credit Unit : 3
    Competency:

    • Communicate orally and writing in English in the scope of work and business by using the techniques of basic conversation.

    Lecturers:

    Ethic UMB

    Credit Unit : 2
    Competency:

    • Provide the 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.

    Lecturers:

    English II

    Credit Unit : 3
    Competency:

    • Communicate orally and writing in the scope of work and business and understand discourse in English.

    Lecturers:

    • Liana Herawati Karim
    • Miryawati Soetenggi
    • Andi Setiawan
    • Dian Ariadita Fitryati
    • Defilia Ayuningtyas
    • Sofia Aunul

    Entrepreneurship I

    Credit Unit : 3
    Competency:

    • Increasing the knowledge, skills, attitudes and mind set of the student’s readiness to become entrepreneurs as an alternative choice when life has passed a degree, or even it can be a driving force for them to conduct entrepreneurial activity during currently studying at a relatively young age.

    Lecturers:

    • Rina Marlina
    • Muhtadi
    • Arissetyanto Nugroho

    Quantitative Research Methodology

    Credit Unit : 3
    Competency:

    • Students are able to understand and explain the scope, process and elements of scientific research, formulate the problem of quantitative research in the sphere of science communication, is able to make a research proposal to study the scope of the quantitative approach in science communication, and able to process and analyze the data of quantitative research and be able to prepare reports research.

    Lecturers:

    • Hasyim Ali Imran
    • Marwan Mahmudi
    • Afrina Sari
    • Nono Sungkono
    • Dadan Anugrah
    • Juwono Tri Atmodjo

    Indonesia Language

    Credit Unit : 2
    Competency:

    The final goal after attending this course the student are able to:

    • Speaking good and right Indonesia language.
    • Writing scientific papers with the applicable rules of scientific notation.
    • Comply with the rules of Indonesian, and Enhanced Spelling.
    • Improving Effective Speed Reading (KEM) so as to achieve the adequate level.
    • Understanding the message and the information conveyed communicator, appropriately meaning and not experience miscommunication.
    • Translating ideas, thoughts, and opinions to form effective sentences and easy to understand.
    • Writing Letters Department effectively, correctly, and communicative.
    • 8 Papers presented in an interesting and effective ways in writing quotations, notes bibliography, footnotes, and bibliography correctly.

    Lecturers:

    • Ekawati
    • Azwar
    • Nur Indah Yusari
    • Dewi Ambarsari

    Managing Identity and Organizations Culture

    Credit Unit : 3
    Competency:

    • After following this course students understand the formation, change and importance of organizational identity and understand the dynamics of organizational culture.

    Lecturers:

    • Gufroni Sakaril
    • Anindita
    • Afrina Sari
    • Ervan Ismail

    Issue and Crisis Management

    Credit Unit : 3
    Competency:

    Students have the ability to understand, comprehend, explain, and apply:

    • Management issues
    • Crisis management
    • Measures to manage crisis
    • The steps to manage the relationship with the audience, including the media in times of crisis
    • Making Crisis Management Planning Manual
    • Steps how to restore the image of the post-crisis

    Lecturers:

    • Henni Gusfa
    • Radityo Muhammad
    • Syerli Haryati
    • Sabena
    • Tati Herlina Manurung
    • Riki Arswendi
    • Ervan Ismail

    Internship

    Credit Unit : 3
    Competency:

    • Provide knowledge and understanding of the ways / procedures in getting internships, training student interns weekly progress reports, provide theoretical and practical knowledge regarding the preparation of reports and presentation of results from internship (internship session).

    Lecturers:

    • Dicky Andika
    • Novi Erlita
    • Enjang Pera Irawan

    Public Relations Seminar

    Credit Unit : 3
    Competency:

    • Students are able to describe and explain the background of the research problem, theoretical studies, and research methodology in accordance with one of the quantitative or qualitative approaches within the scope of scientific study Public Relations and communication.

    Lecturers:

    • Heri Budianto
    • Suryaning Hayati
    • Dyah Rachmawati Sugiyanto

    Final Project

    Credit Unit : 6
    Competency:

     

    Lecturers:

    Electives Subjects

    English III

    Credit Unit : 3
    Competency:

    • Students have the ability to speak English (speaking and writing) in a business context. In addition, students are expected to achieve TOEIC scores 450-550

    Lecturers:

    Entrepreneurship II (Optional)

    Credit Unit : 2
    Competency:

    • Through the Entrepreneurship Class II, students are expected to have advanced knowledge about entrepreneurship and aspects related to entrepreneurship and to understand how to develop entrepreneurial potential and understand how to develop entrepreneurial potential within themselves, and generally able to develop a business plan that will provide benefits in private life as well as and country life.

    Lecturers:

    • Annisa Fitria

    Profesional Image

    Credit Unit : 3
    Competency:

    • Students are expected to understand the importance of image for an organization, process of formation of Communication Competencies, Knowledge and Soft Skills to be able to practice the application of the image and personality through his actions as a Public Relations Officer

    Lecturers:

    • Gufroni Sakaril
    • Kornelia Johana Dacosta
    • Siti Komsiah

    Public Speaking

    Credit Unit : 3
    Competency:

    • Students are expected to have the knowledge, values, norms, attitudes and able to perform in public are aligned in the scientific development of public speaking.

    Lecturers:

    • Sabena
    • M. Alfansyah Harahap
    • Mustika Ranto Gulo
    • Riki Arswendi

    Qualitative Research Method

    Credit Unit : 2
    Competency:

    • Students are able to understand and explain the scope, process and elements of nature study, formulate the problem of qualitative research in the sphere of science communication, is able to make a research proposal with a qualitative approach within the study of science communication, and is capable of processing and analyzing qualitative research data and be able to prepare reports research.

    Lecturers:

    • Hasyim Ali Imran
    • Marwan Mahmudi
    • Ari Sulistyanto
    • Sofia Aunul

    English IV

    Credit Unit : 2
    Competency:

    • Students have the ability to speak English (speaking and writing) in a business context. In addition, students are expected to achieve TOEIC scores 550-650.

    Lecturers:

    • Tati Herlina Manurung

    Entrepreneurship III

    Credit Unit : 2
    Competency:

    • Through the practice of entrepreneurship, students are expected to have basic knowledge about entrepreneurship and aspects related to entrepreneurship and to understand how to develop entrepreneurial potential within themselves, and generally able to develop a business plan that is able to provide benefits in private life, and the life of society, and state.

    Lecturers:

    • Krisnomo Wisnu Trihatman
    • Endang Suparman
    • Eddy Hermawan
    • Atep Afia Hidayat

    Corporate Brand and Communication Plan

    Credit Unit : 3
    Competency:

     

    Lecturers:

    • Ida Anggraeni Ananda
    • Irmulan Sati T.
    • Gufroni Sakaril
    • Ahmad Fachrudin
    • Amin Shabana
    • E. Muhamad Camdan

    Corporate Reputation Management

    Credit Unit : 3
    Competency:

    • After following the course of Corporate Reputation Management (Organizational Reputation Management), students are able to understand, interpret, elaborates on the basic understanding of reputation, reputation management and reputation management stage.
    • Additionally it is able to understand the basic concepts of corporate communication management, application of ethical values, professionalism and competence of human resources in the public relations industry, the trend of the profession and its convergence with other communications fields in the future.
    • And able to map the model of reputation management program in order to support the performance and based on the vision and mission of the organization.

    Lecturers:

    • Ida Anggraeni Ananda
    • Irmulan Sati T.
    • Gufroni Sakaril
    • Ahmad Fachrudin
    • M. Alfansyah Harahap
    • Amin Shabana
    • E. Muhamad Camdan