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Syaifulloh, S.Sos

Head of Sub Directorate of Student & Alumni Affairs

Following are the academic rules as long as you are registered as a student at Sahid University Jakarta;

The Credit System is an educational administration system in which the study load of students, the workload of teaching staff and the burden of administrators / administrative staff for educational institution programs are stated in semester credit units (credits).

Semester is a unit of activity time consisting of 16 to 20 weeks of lectures or other scheduled activities, including 2 weeks of assessment activities. In one academic year, it consists of 2 (two) semesters, namely Odd Semester (starting every early September) and Even Semester (starting every early March).

A semester credit unit (credit) is a measure of appreciation for learning experience gained during 1 semester through scheduled activities per week of 1 hour of lectures or 2 hours of practicum, or 4 hours of field work, each of which is accompanied by approximately 1-2 hours of structured and structured activities. about 1-2 hours of independent activities. 1 (one) hour of lecture = 50 minutes of scheduled face to face.

Student study program load and lecturer work load are stated in semester credit units. The value of one semester credit unit (1 credit) for lectures, seminars and capita selecta, practicum, field work practice, and research is determined based on the load of activities which include 3 (three) kinds of activities per week for one semester as follows:

1. Lectures
a. For Students:

  • 50 minutes of scheduled face-to-face events with lecturers / lecturers, for example in the form of lectures / face-to-face.
  • 60 minutes structured academic activity program, namely study activities that are not scheduled but planned by the teaching staff, for example in the form of assignments, homework or solving problems.
  • 60 minutes of independent academic activities, which are activities that students must do independently to prepare, explore academic material, either through the formation of study groups, reading books in the library, and others.

b. For Lecturers (Lecturers)

  • 50 minute fixed advance scheduled with students.
  • 60 minutes structured event planning and evaluation of academic activities.
  • 60 minutes of course material development.

2. Seminar and Capita Selekta
The value of one semester credit unit for Seminar and Capita Selekta, where students are required to provide a presentation in a forum, as follows:

  • 50 minutes in scheduled face-to-face presentation when giving a presentation in front of the forum.
  • 60 minutes structured student academic activities.
  • 60 minutes of independent student academic activities each week for one semester.

3. Practicum, Job Training and Research

  • For practicum, the value of 1 credit is the workload in the laboratory as much as 2 - 3 hours per week for one semester.
  • Fieldwork, the value of 1 credit is the workload in the field as much as 4 - 5 hours per week for one semester.
  • Research, Thesis / Thesis Compilation, or Final Project, the value of 1 credit is a research task load of 3-4 weeks in one month, where one month is equivalent to 25 working days for conducting research, writing Thesis, Final Project and the like for one semester.

The study load taken by students completing educational programs in accordance with the curriculum of each study program at Sahid University Jakarta is as follows:

  • The bachelor's degree program (S2) has at least 36 credits and a maximum of 50 credits, which is scheduled for 4 semesters and can be taken in less than 4 semesters and a maximum of 10 semesters.
  • The undergraduate program (S1) has at least 144 credits and a maximum of 160 credits which are scheduled for 8 semesters and can be taken in less than 8 semesters and a maximum of 14 semesters.
  • The Diploma III (D3) program has at least 110 credits and a maximum of 120 credits which are scheduled for 6 semesters and can be taken in at least 6 semesters and a maximum of 10 semesters.

Student Study Load in one semester.

  • The student's study load in one semester is the number of credit scores that can be taken in the semester concerned.
  • The amount of student study load for the first semester is 17-21 credits or an average of 19 credits for one semester.
  • The amount of student study load that can be taken in each subsequent semester depends on the academic achievement in question, which is stated by the semester achievement index (IPS) in the previous semester, according to the applicable regulations at the faculty.

Curriculum

The educational curriculum is a set of plans and arrangements regarding the content and materials of study and lessons as well as methods of delivery and evaluation which are used as guidelines for implementing learning activities in higher education. The higher education curriculum which is the basis for implementing the study program consists of:

  • The Core Curriculum is a group of study materials and lessons that must be included in a study program formulated in a national curriculum. With the number of credits of undergraduate programs ranging from 40% - 80%, while the diploma program is at least 40%.
  • The Institutional Curriculum, which is a number of study materials and lessons that are part of the higher education curriculum, consists of additional groups of knowledge in the core curriculum which have been prepared by taking into account the circumstances and needs of the environment as well as the characteristics of the college concerned.
  • The grouping of undergraduate and diploma program curriculum subjects consists of: MPK (personality development courses), MKK (science and skills courses), MKB (work skills courses), MPB (work behavior courses) and MBB (community life courses).

Academic Supervisor (abbreviated: Lecturer PA), is a permanent / non-permanent lecturer at USAHID Jakarta who is appointed based on the Chancellor's Decree and assigned to guide a group of students which aims to help students complete their studies as quickly and efficiently as possible, according to the conditions and individual potential of the student.

The duties and obligations of the PA are:

  • Mastering all educational programs opened by Sahid University Jakarta, especially the study programs where the lecturer teaches.
  • Helping students arrange a complete study program until the end of the study period and any special programs they may need.
  • Helping students arrange a program for one semester according to the student's study load and its changes.
  • Motivating students in developing skills that are in accordance with their interests, talents and academic and non-academic abilities.
  • Accomodating academic (and non-academic, if possible) problems faced by the student under his guidance and also trying to find alternative solutions.
  • Responsible for the implementation of tasks to the Dean of the Faculty through the Assistant Dean I.
  • Attending PA lecturer coaching meetings organized by the Department / Faculty / University.

All students are required to re-register according to the predetermined registration flow and schedule, including students who will be on leave from college, waiting for a thesis / comprehensive exam, while on the Job Training / PKL. For students starting the second semester, they are considered registered if they have filled in KRS and received a Course Card.

As proof that students have followed the registration flow, students will get a Course Card which is only valid for the semester concerned. Students who do not register for two consecutive semesters will be sent a notification letter, if they are still interested in continuing their studies and the remaining study period is still possible, a bleaching process will be carried out taking into account them as a student who has been left out, namely:

The period of inactivity is considered to be withdrawn and calculated within the study period limit.
Students who do not register for more than two consecutive semesters in principle are no longer considered as students. If later he wants to become a student again, he must register as a new student, unless there are other considerations from the Faculty Dean. If the application is approved by the Dean, the student will be subject to the following sanctions:

  • The validity of the value of the Expertise Course will be reviewed.
  • Period of inactivity is considered academic leave and is calculated within the study period limit.
  • Paying fees as a student is on leave.

Repeat list instructions:

Re-registration activities for all students include:

  • Active Students Lecture.
  • Students who are going to leave college.
  • Waiting for the thesis / comprehensive exam.
  • While practicing field work / PKL.

Students who are unable to register again can be authorized by other people or to officers at BAAPSI with a Power of Attorney.

Payment Phase I (BPP and Re-registration) is intended for the 2001/2002 class and earlier, while the 2002/2003 batch and afterwards the package BPP is applied. Students who have not made payment for phase I or Package cannot fill KRS in the computer lab.

KRS collection is carried out at the faculty, the schedule for filling in is according to the Circular and Academic Calendar

KPRS is held after the 1 week KRS filling schedule, by requesting the KPRS form at the BAAPSI counter on the third floor and filling in the computer lab and it has been signed by the PA lecturer.

The Prime Lecture is held in accordance with the Academic Calendar schedule

Payment of Phase II (SKS Fees and Semester Examination Fees) for students class 2001/2002 and previously carried out before UTS. Students who do not pay Phase II cannot take the UTS.

Course Cards can be taken at the BAAPSI counter on the predetermined schedule and before the UTS activities.

Students who do not make payment for phase II of the course will be canceled based on the Rector's Decree. The deadline for class withdrawal and course cancellation is determined according to the schedule of registration activities, namely before the UTS activity is held.

Academic leave is a temporary termination of study for a student from academic and non-academic activities for a certain period of time, as long as the student participates in a study program at Sahid University.

The planned academic leave is leave given to applicant students on the basis of important and accountable reasons, such as economic / financial difficulties, work reasons and so on.

Unplanned academic leave is leave given to applicant students, for reasons other than the applicant's wish, such as sick leave that requires long-term treatment.

Academic leave is only permitted for a maximum of 4 (four) semesters during the study period provided that it is not more than 2 (two) consecutive semesters. And leave permission is given to students who have participated in at least 2 (two) semesters.

Students who pass the academic leave period without valid notification are subject to the following conditions:

  • In principle, the student concerned is no longer treated as a Sahid University student.
  • If the student concerned is interested in being active again, he must submit a written application to the Rector and Head of BAAPSI at the latest 1 (one) month before the registration period at the beginning of the semester begins.

The procedures for academic leave are as follows:

  • Students with active status who intend to take academic leave are required to register their academic leave at the beginning of the semester along with the registration period, by submitting an application letter signed by the Head of the Study Program and PA Lecturers. The Head of BAAPSI will grant permission to leave on behalf of the Chancellor. After the KPRS period, leave permission is not granted and students will be subject to leave status.
  • Students who are on leave status are required to pay according to financial regulations
  • The registration period for academic leave at the time of registration is up to a predetermined time limit based on the academic calendar or before the midterm exam (UTS)
  • The leave letter is taken by the student after the leave permit application is given to the BAAPSI secretariat 2 days after the application is submitted to the BAAPSI secretariat. (leave letter submitted back during active college registration).

Students can be active and inactive. Those with active status can attend lectures or leave, while students who are inactive because they do not register will be terminated systemically.

Students who wish to be active again after their leave period or students who have been left must apply for reactivity during registration in the following semester. Reactivation procedure can be seen in the appendix.

If a student is on leave, the leave period is not taken into account in determining the study period limit. During the leave, all the scores that have been obtained by the student concerned remain valid.

For students who are left on leave, the leave period will be taken into account in determining the study period limit, so that the study period will be reduced as much as the number of semesters on leave (maximum 2 semesters).
Students whose academic leave has ended and will be active again, are required to fulfill the following conditions:

  • Completing administrative requirements to BAAPSI by bringing a letter of application for active again to the Dean attached with the Dean's Approval Letter regarding the granting of academic leave permission.
  • Applications for reactivity are filed no later than 1 (one) month before the registration period and KRS filling in the semester concerned.
  • A Bleaching Academic Leave Permit is issued if the number of Academic Leave Semester is still sufficient to convert the Dedicated Semester to Academic Leave Semester.

The Academic Calendar is a calendar of educational activities, consisting of two semesters, each of which is equivalent to 16-20 effective working weeks per semester, including UTS and UAS. The academic calendar is compiled at the beginning of the Odd Semester by taking into account the timing of the activities: registration / re-registration, lectures (including replacement lectures), exams, which are adjusted to the holiday schedule according to the national calendar.

One academic year of lectures is divided into two semesters, namely odd and even, odd semester starts from September to February while even semester is from March to August.

The time and place of the lecture is arranged according to the lecture schedule compiled by the faculty.

The lecture day starts at 08.00 to 21.30 which is organized into 5 sessions, namely:

  • Session I 08.00 - 10.30
  • Session II 10.45 - 13.15
  • Session III 13.30 - 16.00
  • Session IV 16.15 - 18.45
  • Session V 19.00 - 21.30

College participants are considered valid if they have registered and implemented the allowance for the lecture schedule in the registration system.

All students are required to take at least 70% lectures from all face-to-face hours scheduled for the semester concerned.

Students who are unable to attend lectures for very important reasons must submit a written notification to the lecturer of the subject concerned at the latest on the lecture day.

Students must be present in the lecture hall before lectures begin.

Students who come after lecture are required to ask permission from the lecturer before entering the lecture hall.

Students who are late arriving more than 15 minutes after class starts are not allowed to enter the lecture hall and are considered negligent to attend lectures during the lecture hours concerned.

Students who attend lectures are required to fill out a lecture attendance list. The list of attendance for the lecture was made in duplicate, one for the lecturer and one for the faculty Education Subdivision. Students who neglect not filling in the attendance list are considered negligent in attending lectures during the relevant lecture hours.

During lectures, students are required to dress neatly in accordance with the prevailing norms of decency and propriety. Not allowed to enter the lecture hall if students wear sandals.

Lecturers must warn students who interfere with lectures. The lecturer has the right to remove the student concerned from the lecture hall if the student continues to interfere with the lecture and has been warned twice.

Students who because of their urgent need are forced to leave the lecture hall are required to ask permission from the lecturer.

The purpose of holding a short semester is to help students improve their cumulative grade point average (GPA). In accordance with Government Regulation Number 60 of 1999 article 10 concerning the implementation of an independent teaching and learning process, it is stated that a maximum of 2 times a year, the short semester is carried out a time span between after completing the Final Semester Examination (UAS) until the beginning of the next semester of study, the minimum number per semester is 12 (two). twelve) times including quizzes, midterm and final exams with a credit load according to the weight of each course.

The types of courses that are presented in the short semester are the courses set by each faculty. The scoring system is the same as the regular semester scoring system, which considers face-to-face elements, structured assignments and examinations.

The requirements for taking part in the short semester are as follows:

  • Students who are eligible to take part in the short semester are students who have attended certain courses in the regular semester (not on leave or on leave) and have a maximum value of C and a minimum of 5 (five) semester students.
  • The student is not an active student in the final process
  • The courses taken are repeating courses, a maximum of 3 (three) courses or the equivalent of 8 credits
  • Minimum number of participants for each course is 15 people
  • Completing and filling out the short semester forms prepared by each faculty.

1. Exams

Exams can be carried out in various ways according to the type of subject and the type and level of ability / competence in the Operational Curriculum (KO). In one semester each subject is required to hold at least two exams, namely midterm exams (UTS) and final semester exams (UAS), exams are given on a schedule according to the University's academic calendar.

a. Requirements as a test taker

Registered as an active student and taking 75% lectures in that semester and printed on the list as an exam participant
Bring your course card or student card.

b. Types of exams

  • Scheduled exams
  • one-time Middle Semester Examination (UTS)
  • one time Final Semester Examination (UAS)

The scheduled exam in one semester consists of:
The exam is not scheduled
Thesis Examination / Final Project
Quizzes, exams that are carried out by lecturers in measuring the ability of students to receive material that has been submitted by the lecturer

The exam is not scheduled, can take the form of:

Apart from the above tests there are other structured activities in the form of:

  • Writing scientific essays
  • Homework / assignments
  • Active participation in class and so on

2. Component of Assessment

The components of a student's study success in taking a course are: Attendance, Assignments, Mid-Semester Exam Score (UTS) and Semester Final Exam Score (UAS). The range of weight (percentage) of each component is regulated separately by the lecturer / study program. The final grade of the course is stated in the form of quality letters which are determined based on the range of values with the following references:

Final Grade Range Letter Value Mean
80 - 100AVery good
68 - 79.99BGood
56 - 67.99CEnough
45 - 55.99DLess
0 - 44.99EFailed

The assessment is carried out in a unanimous manner (A, B, C, D, or E), not using A -, A +, B -, and so on. If for some reason, the lecturer is late or unable to give a score, then the value column is given a notation: "T" (means postponed). If for some reason, the student withdraws from the course even though the course is already running, then the grade column is given a notation: "M" (means withdrawing / canceling lecture).

3. Achievement Index (IP)

To describe the success of student studies in one semester, an index that describes the success of all courses taken by students is used. This index is called the Performance Index (IP). An IP that describes the success of a student's studies in one semester is called the Semester Achievement Index (IPS). The amount of IPS will determine the number of credits that can be taken in the following semester, with the following criteria:

Large IPS Maximum Study Load
2.76 - 4.0024 credits
2.00 - 2.7521 credits
< 2,0018 credits

To describe the success of the entire semester a student has taken, the Grade Point Average (GPA) is used.

For courses with a notation of “T” and “M” scores, the credits are not taken into account. It will be taken into account if the note “T” or “M” changes to the value of A / B / C / D.

The method of calculating the Achievement Index (IP) is as follows:

IP = ‚¬KN
`` K

Information :
K = credit load for courses taken
N = Value obtained for each course
IP = The number of results of multiplying the credit load for each course with the value of each course in one semester divided by the total credit load taken in that semester

Example:

COURSES SKS SCORE QUALITY
Accounting Basics I3A12
Pancasila2C4
Citizenship2E0
Mathematics I3B9
Introduction to Macroeconomics3A12
Introduction to International Economics3D3
Number of credits taken / Quality1640

IP = 40 = 2.50
16

4. Success Evaluation

Evaluation of student success can be done on:

At the end of each semester, using IPS
A student is said to have successfully pursued his studies in one semester if the IPS reaches 2.00 or more.
At the end of each school year, using a GPA
A student is said to have successfully completed his studies at the end of the school year if the GPA reaches 2.00 or more.
At the end of the education program, using the Judicium provisions

The threshold value to determine whether a student can continue his studies or stop, is based on the following standards of success:

The minimum number of credits that must be met at the end of semester 2 is 24 credits with a minimum GPA of 2.0.
The minimum number of credits that must be met at the end of semester 4 is 48 credits with a minimum GPA of 2.0.
The minimum number of credits that must be met at the end of semester 6 is 72 credits with a minimum GPA of 2.0.

5. Drop Out.

Students can be declared dropping out due to 3 (three) things, namely

Resignation (Student Initiative)
A student with certain academic / administrative or health or other reasons, such as moving to another university, can submit resignation;
Does not meet academic and administrative requirements (Organizer Initiative)
A student can be declared dropping out of college if he does not meet the following academic and administrative requirements:

  1. a) GPA <2.00 with total credits <110 credits and study period> 14 semesters for S1;
    b) GPA <2.00 with total credits <70 credits and study period> 12 semesters for D3;
  2. Student status is left out for> 4 consecutive semesters;
  3. Does not meet administrative requirements.

Subject to disciplinary regulations based on the rules of campus life at Sahid University, such as serious violations preventing people from attending lectures and destroying facilities and other things that are contrary to campus regulations (see attachment)

1. Final Process Components
The final process consists of three components, namely:

  • Job Training (PKL)
  • Seminar
  • Essay

2. Provisions for street vendors

  • Students who can apply for PKL are students who have obtained a minimum of 110 credits, GPA 2.00
    PKL is implemented within 1-2 months at a company / agency / institution
  • PKL can be implemented in companies recommended by the faculty or desired / chosen by students.
  • PKL registration is carried out by filling out the final process study plan (KRS) card which is opened at the beginning and middle of each semester (adjusted to the academic calendar)

3. Study Completion

  • Students can only complete their studies through thesis writing, until a further decision is made by the USAHID Chancellor.
  • Students can apply for thesis writing, after achieving or having at least 110 credits, with a Grade Point Average (GPA) of 2.0 and have / are carrying out Field Work Practices.
  • Registration for completion of studies / final assignments is done by filling out the Final Process Study Plan Card (KRS) which is opened at the beginning and at the middle of each semester (adjusted to the academic calendar)
  • During the completion of the thesis, students are guided by 2 (two) supervisors under the supervision of the Head of the Department / Head of Study Program as stipulated in the Decree of the Dean of the Faculty.

4. Procedures for Submission of Thesis Writing

Students submit a research proposal / thesis proposal to the Head of the Department / Final Project Coordinator by attaching:

  • Proof of Grade Point Average (GPA)
  • Proof of having 110 credits (KHS)
  • Copy of KRS that has been signed by the PA lecturer.

The draft research proposal / proposal must contain at least:

  • Thesis title
  • Background (Reason for Choosing Title)
  • Problem
  • Study the literature (theory and theoretical framework) of the subject matter, as well as the framework (conceptual framework) or model to be used in the research
  •  Methodology
  • Thesis completion schedule

Detailed guidelines regarding proposal writing can be found at the Faculty.

  • The Head of the Department / Final Project Coordinator studies the draft research proposal / thesis proposal, then determines the field (subject) of thesis writing concentration and prospective supervisors, taking into account the authority and limits of the lecturer's workload. Students can propose Supervisors to the Head of the Department.
  • The Head of the Department then submitted the title and prospective supervisor lecturer to the Dean of the Faculty.
  • Upon the suggestion of the Head of the Department, the Dean appointed and appointed a supervisor.
  • Research proposals / thesis proposals can still be refined by the appointed supervisor, as long as the improvements are within the scope of the subject of the original title.
  • If there is a change / replacement of the research proposal / thesis proposal outside of the material which is the field of study of the Supervisory Lecturer, the Head of the Department can replace a new, more suitable Advisor.

5. Thesis Advisor

  • Thesis supervisors are lecturers who have relevant academic qualifications.
  • At least a Bachelor's degree (S1) or Masters (S2) with a minimum rank of Lector and a Doctorate degree (S3).
  • Thesis supervisors are obliged to regularly help prepare students with guidance on thesis writing material and methodology.
  • The thesis supervisor can only guide a maximum of 10 (ten) students for one semester.

6. Thesis Requirements.

This thesis consists of at least 5 (five) Chapters, namely:

  • Introductory chapter (background and problem formulation, research objectives and uses, scope of discussion and discussion).
  • Chapter Literature Review (review of theories and other research results).
  • Chapter Methodology / Analytical Framework (conceptual framework / analysis model and research methods used).
  • Research Results Chapter (problem solving analysis).
  • Closing Chapter (conclusions and suggestions).

Detailed guidelines regarding thesis writing can be obtained at the Faculty.

  • Thesis written in Indonesian, with the format and technical requirements determined by each Faculty / Department in the Thesis Writing Guidelines.
  • Thesis that has met the requirements to be tested shall be registered by the student concerned during the thesis registration period determined by the Faculty. Registration is done by filling out the trial registration form in accordance with the applicable registration provisions, after meeting the specified requirements.
  • Thesis that has been tested and revised is validated by the Thesis Advisor, the head of the Department and the Dean of the Faculty, as one of the requirements for obtaining a diploma and graduate graduation.

1. Predicate of graduation

The predicate of graduation refers to the Decree of the Minister of National Education Number 232 / U / 2000, that the predicate of graduation consists of 3 levels, namely:

  • GPA 3.51 - 4.00: With Praise (Cum Laude)
  • GPA of 2.76 - 3.50: Very satisfying
  • GPA 2.00 - 2.75: Satisfactory

2. Degree and designation of graduates

Academic degrees and professional designations of graduates of a college are determined by the relevant university and are based on the field of expertise which is the study program. The title and designation of a graduate of Sahid University Jakarta is an award given to students who have completed their education in accordance with the level and type of education held by Sahid University Jakarta and are declared "Passed" in the final examination trial which is held during each study period concerned.

The use of undergraduate and professional academic degrees is placed behind the name entitled to the title and the title concerned by including the letter S, for undergraduate and A.Md for professional designations, followed by the abbreviation of the name of the group of expertise / study program.

Masters Program (S2)

No. Study programAcademic DegreeAbbreviation
1Master of ManagementMaster of ManagementMM
2Master of Communication ScienceMaster of ScienceM.Si.

Undergraduate Program (S1)

A. Faculty of Economics
No. Study programAcademic DegreeAbbreviation
1.ManagementBachelor of EconomicsSE (Management.)
2.Economic developmentBachelor of EconomicsSE (Pemb.)
3.AccountingBachelor of EconomicsSE (Akt.)
B. Faculty of Communication Sciences
No. Study programAcademic DegreeAbbreviation
1.Communication StudiesBachelor of Communication ScienceS.IK (Public Relations)
C. Faculty of Engineering
No. Study programAcademic DegreeAbbreviation
1.Industrial EngineeringBachelor of EngineeringST (Industry)
2.Environmental EngineeringBachelor of EngineeringST (Circle)
D. Faculty of Agriculture
No. Study programAcademic DegreeAbbreviation
1.Food TechnologyBachelor of Food TechnologyS.Tp
2.HorticultureAgriculture graduateSP
3.AgribusinessAgriculture graduateSP
E. Faculty of Law
No. Study programAcademic DegreeAbbreviation
1.Legal studiesBachelor of LawSH

Diploma / Professional Program (D3)

No. Study programAcademic DegreeAbbreviation
1Marketing ManagementAssociateA.Md.
2Business communicationAssociateA.Md.

Certificates will be handed over to graduates who have met the predetermined requirements (administrative and academic), with all the authority and rights associated with the diploma they have.