DESCRIPTION OF COMPETENCY-BASED CURRICULUM

The Curriculum Structrures

Mandatory Courses and Length of Study

 

This section describes the program courses, with the following details:

 

Minimum credits taken is 148 credits

Minimum core curriculum credits taken is 76 credits

 

Mandatory institutional curriculum courseswith a minimum of 72 credits includes:

  1. Business law concentrated curriculum requires a minimum of (compulsory) 36 credits;
  2. Specialized curriculum study (compulsory) requires a minimum of 18 credits;
  3. Optional curriculum (minimum credits taken) requires a minimum of 18 credits.

 

Competency Elements:

In accordance with the Ministry of Education National Decree No. 232 / U / 2001 and the Ministry of Education National Decree No. 045 / U / 2001, the competency element consists of:

  1. Personality development
  2. Knowledge and skill mastery
  3. Working skill ability
  4. Working Behavior
  5. Understanding the essence of society

Each course can have more than one competency element. The code for the aforementioned courses are as follows:

  1. Personality Development (MPK)
  2. Scientific and Skills (MKK)
  3. Working skill and ability (MKB)
  4. Working Behaviour (MPB)
  5. Society Life (MBB)

I. Core Curriculum

NOKLPMPKSUBJECTCREDITSPREQUISITES
1MPKReligious Education2-
2MPKCivic Education2-
3MPKIndonesian Language & Literature2-
4MKKState Science3-
5MKKLegal Research Methods3120 credits & PPI
6MKKIntroduction to Law4-
7MKKIntroduction to Indonesian Law4-
8MKKPrivate Law4PIH & PHI
9MKKCriminal Law4PIH & PHI
10MKKConstitutional Law4PIH & PHI
11MKKInternational Law4PIH & PHI
12MKKIslamic Law2PIH & PHI
13MKKCustomary Law2PIH & PHI
14MKKCommercial Law4Private Law
15MKKThe law of the State Government4HTN
16MKKEnvironmental Law3HAN/HPN
17MKKAgrarian Law3Private Law
18MKKScience Legislation2HPN
19MKBCriminal Procedure4Criminal Law
20MKBCivil Procedure4Private Law
21MKBProcedural Law of the State Administrative Court2HAN/HPN
22MPBCriminal Litigation Law Skills Education (PKH-1)2110 credits & HAPID
23MPBSkills Education Law Civil Litigation (PKH-2)2110 credits & HAPER
24MPBNon-Vocational Education Law Litigation (PKH-3)2110 credits & Law Firm
25MPBLegal Writing / Thesis4130 sks, PPI, & minimum GPA: 2,00
76

II. Institutional Curriculum

Business Law Concentration (Should be taken by default):

NOKLPMPKSUBJECTCREDITSPREQUISITES
26MKKLegal Reasoning2Indonesian language & Literature
27MKKScientific Proposal Writing2Legal Reasoning
28MKKCorporational Law2Commercial Law
29MKKBanking Law2Private Law
30MKKTax Law2HPN
31MKKInsurance Law2Commercial Law
32MKKIntellectual Property Law2Private Law
33MKKCommercial Paper Law2Commercial Law
34MKKInvestment law2Commercial Law
35MKKFinancial Institution Law2Private Law
36MKKInternational Business Transactions2Private Law & HI
37MKKBankruptcy law2Law Firm
38MKKConsumer Protection Law2Private Law
39MKKManagement Basics2-
40MKKIntroduction to Economics2-
41MBBSociology of Law2-
42MBBPhilosophy of Law2120 credits
43MBBProfessional Ethics2120 credits
36

III. Specialisation Studies Course

A. Specialisation Study: Notary

NOKLPMPKSUBJECTCREDITSPREQUISITES
44MKBCommitments Law2Private Law
45MKBWestern Inheritance Law2Private Law
46MKBCustomary Inheritance Law2Customary Law
47MKBIslamic Inheritance Law2Islamic Law
48MKKSecurity law2Private Law
49MKBZakat and Waqf2Islamic Law
50MKBKinship and Marriage Law2Private Law
51MKBReal Estate Law and Licensing2Environtmental Law & HPN
52MKKCommon Law2HI
53MPBEducaton of Legal Skills & Act Writing Technique (PKH-5)2110 credits
54MPBLegal Skills Education: Contact Drafting (PKH-7)2110 credits & Law Firm
55MPBInternships6Min credits of 3,00138 & Currently writing on Essay
28

B. Specialisation Study: Lawyer

NOKLPMPKSUBJECTCREDITSPREQUISITES
56MKBLaw of Commercial Court Procedure2Corporational Law
57MKBProcedural Law of Industrial Dispute2Labourity & Employmentary Law
58MKBLaw of Religious Court Procedure2Islamic Law
59MKBProcedural Law of Consumer Dispute Resolution2Consumer Protection Law
60MKBNon-Economical Special Crimes2Criminal Law
61MKKCriminology2Criminal Law
62MPKInternational Civil Law2HI & Private Law
63MKKLaw of Evidential2Criminal Law
64MKKChildren Patronage Law2Criminal Law & Private Law
65MKBJudicial Institution Law2Constitutional Law
66MPBSkills Education: Legal Research and Legal Opinion (PKH-6)2110 credits & Private Law
67MKBLaw Competition (PLKH-10)4110 credits & HI
68MPBInternship6 GPA Min.= 3,00138 sks & currently working on thesis
32

C. Specialisation Study: Corporate Legal Counselor

NOKLPMPKSUBJECTCREDITSPREQUISITES
69MKKTransportation Law2Commercial Law
70MKKLabourity & Employmentary Law2Private Law
71MKKE-Commerce Law2HI & Commercial Law
72MKBInternational Contract Law2HI & Private Law
73MKBForeign Trade Law2HI & Commercial Law
74MKKLaw of Industrial Relations Dispute Settlement2Labourity & Employmentary Law
75MKKInternatinal Economics Law2Corporational Law
76MKBCapita Selecta Business Law2Corporational Law
77MKBState Corporate Law2Corporational Law
78MKKAir and Space Law2International Relationships
79MPBSkills Education: Corporate Document/Legal Audit (PKH-9)2Corporational Law
80MPBInternship6 GPA Min.= 3,00138 sks & currently working on thesis
28

D. Specialisation Studies: Legal Advisor

NOKLPMPKSUBJECTCREDITSPREQUISITES
81MKBSpecial Crime of Economics2Criminal Law
82MKKVictimology2Criminal Law
83MKBInternational Private Law Convention2HI & Private Law
84MKBHuman Rights2Constitutional Law
85MKKLaw of Law Procedures2Private Law
86MKBBasics of Crime Elimination, Mitigation, and Weighting2Criminal Law
87MKKCriminal Law Comparizon2Criminal Law
88MKKPrivate Law Comparison2Private Law
89MKKInternational Relationships2International Relationships
90MPBSkills Education: Contract Drafting Law (PKH-7)2110 credits & Commitments Law
91MPBSkills Education: Out of Court - Law Dispute Resolution (PKH-8)2110 credits & Private Law
92MPBInternship6 GPA Min.= 3,00138 sks & currently working on thesis
28

D. Specialisation Studies: Government Employee

NOKLPMPKSUBJECTCREDITSPREQUISITES
93MKBState Budget Law2Constitutional Law
94MKBLaw Institute of Representatives and Presidency2Constitutional Law
95MKBLocal Government Law2HPN
96MKKLaw of State Administration Comparison2HPN
97MKKConstitutional Law Comparison2Constitutional Law
98MKKLaw of Village Government2HPN
99MKBTheory of Legislation2IPU
100MPBSkills Education: Law of Legislation Technique (PKH-4)2110 credits & IPU
101MKBAdmiralty Law2HI
102MKKInternational Organizations Law2HI
103MKBLaw of Personnel and the State Bureaucracy2HPN
104MKKHumanitarian Law2HI
105MPBInternship6 GPA Min.= 3,00138 sks & currently working on thesis
30

D. Optional Subjects: Certification Programs

NOKLPMPKSUBJECTCREDITSPREQUISITES
106MKBNegotiators Training8130 credits
107MKBMediator Training8130 credits
108MKBConciliator Training8130 credits
109MKBAd Hoc Arbitrators Training8130 credits
97• Only one applicable course/student
98• Certificate for every course available

Every course has a syllabus which consists of learning methodologies starting from student competency upon understanding the learning materials, attending classes, and by comprehending the subject of each conducted class. In addition, the syllabus also factors in skill competency from each subject matter, learning method, structured assignments, evaluation, and assessment.

LEARNING METHOD

Competency-based curriculum provides the necessary skills positioning students at the center of learning and not only the lecturers. In order to produce competent students and graduates, the teaching method directs each individual to achieving their best potential.

To implement the best use of the method, each lecturer creates a problem scenario or real life case which will be used as a teaching tool. Before the faculty decides on which cases can be used during the class, teaching staff must examine the problem or case beforehand.

EVALUATION

Evaluation is an important part of learning to measure and determine the level of competencies achieved by students or graduates. The evaluation is measured using a written or oral exam and structured tasks. Various forms of written or oral exams include midterms (UTS), final exams (UAS), and thesis defense (a comprehensive exam). Evaluation using structured tasks is conducted by lecturers through mandatory class assignments.

APPRAISAL / SCORING

Results of the evaluation are rated from 0 to 100, which will be translated into grades A, B, C, D, or E. Scores from the end of each semester includes a component value of structured tasks, midterm and final exam grades. For theoretical courses, the component percentage is divided into assignments/tasks 20%, midterms account for 30%, and final exams makeup 50% of the entire grading system. For subjects requiring practicing skills, assignments/tasks account for 50%, midterms 20%, and final exams makeup 30%. Thesis defense scoring is made up of 50% for thesis quality, thesis presentation account for a maximum of 10%, a maximum 35% for content comprehension and the behavioral attitude makes up a maximum of 5%.

The letter grading system is composed of a pre-determined numbered range of scores which will impact the grade point average (GPA). The details are:

NUMBER VALUELETTER VALUEQUALITY VALUE
80,00 – 100,00A3,50 – 4,00
70,00 – 79,99B3,00 – 3,49
59,00 – 69,99C2,00 – 2,99
45,00 – 55,99D1,00 – 1,99
0 – 44,99E0 – 0,99

The GPA range indicates the quality of work associated with the different qualities of the same letters, except for the value of the letter A. It is determined by the value of the grades obtained by the students, so despite students acquiring the same letter grade, for example B, but if the numbered grading value is different then the quality of work will also differ. Equivalence between the letters and numbers along with the GPA is mandated by a university regulation set forth by the Rector.

ENDORSEMENT AND ENFORCABILITY

  1. Competency-based curriculum receives final approval by the Rector through a Rector Decree.
  2. The curriculum is valid starting from the first semester of the academic year 2012/2013.
  3. Previous curriculums for students from the class of 2011/2012 and earlier generations will remain in place until the end of the second semester of the academic year 2014/2015. If student from the class of 2011 and earlier have not graduated from the Faculty of Law during their maximum length of study, we will therefore apply the competency-based curriculum.

MISCELLANEOUS

Before applying the curriculum, FH UNTAR will socialize the program to all lecturers, students, and administrative staffs; FH UNTAR CBC will also conduct curriculum training for the lecturers before they can proceed in implementing the study with the CBC; the curriculum be reviewed periodically every two years.