Curriculum Description

Curriculum Description

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Mata Kuliah
Deskripsi
1Religious educationProvide understanding and faith in an adult according to their respective religions,
Provide an understanding of an open attitude to be able to tolerate and dialogue with adherents of various religions, .
2Pancasila EducationThis course discusses various phenomena of state life in Indonesia using a hermeneutic and pedagogical approach. Through hermeneutics, students are encouraged to display a critical attitude towards the Pancasila ideology; through pedagogy, students are trained to have Pancasila values. The values of self-development related to intra and interpersonal relationships can be achieved through Pancasila education, which has the aim of developing dignity, being democratic, and upholding moral integrity.
3EnglishBusiness English material is a guide from General English and Basic Business English which covers the basics of knowledge of English for communication purposes such as introducing oneself and others in a business context. In addition, students are also given materials to write job applications and readings in a business context
4Introduction to EconomicsProvide basic knowledge to students about the importance of economics and its role in studying economic problems responsibly.
5Business IntroductionThis course provides students with knowledge, understanding and understanding in order to master the insight and scope of various business concepts in a professional manner by upholding ethics and responsibility. This business concept is needed as a basic provision to learn more detailed business knowledge in advanced studies. Also given practical knowledge if needed students are able to manage their own business, create jobs, act efficiently in daily life
6Introduction to ManagementThis introductory management course material discusses management concepts, principles, techniques, processes and systems. In its application, it uses a philosophical foundation, theory and the formation of professional skills based on managerial competence, as well as social and ethical responsibilities, both locally, nationally and internationally.
7Introduction of accountingThis course provides an understanding and knowledge of the basics of financial accounting, accounting equations, accounting data processing techniques which include journals, ledgers, worksheets and the basics of preparing financial reports for service, trading, and manufacturing companies. After completing this course, students are expected to have an understanding and knowledge of the basics of financial accounting, so that they can prepare honest and accountable financial reports for trading, service and manufacturing companies.
8Economic mathThe material for this statistics course includes Sets and Operations, Series and Its Application in Economics, Relations and Functions, Applications of Functions in Economics, Limits, Differential Calculations and Their Applications in Economics, Integral Calculations and Their Applications in Economics, Matrices and Their Applications in Economics and Linear Programs
9Business LawThis course can equip students with practical knowledge about business law that will be faced when entering the community. Students will also gain new knowledge about current business law events in an open and professionally integrated manner.
10ICTThis course discusses the concept of IT management and computer systems, especially in the fields of management and the application of computer programs in management activities. Lecture activities include face-to-face lectures, practicum, browsing, and searching about computer applications in management activities. In addition to face-to-face in class, students carry out practicum activities in the laboratory under the guidance of lecturers using modules and practicum guidelines. Evaluation is done through process evaluation, ability test in ICT, tasks and software products related to Management applications.
11EntrepreneurshipThis course discusses the world of entrepreneurship and the theory of entrepreneurship. This course invites students to act as professional entrepreneurs and uphold ethics and morals as actors in various real business sectors. Starting from preparation before business activities start, when starting a business, while the business is running, and keeping the business at its core.
12Civic educationThis course underlines the importance of understanding Indonesia's national identity, the rights and obligations of citizens and their relation to human rights, insight into the archipelago, national security, political strategies and other national strategies. Also discussed about how to implement that understanding in social life.
13Business EnglishMastery of knowledge, understanding, and application of English related to business which includes, among others, communication, writing, listening, and reading in the context of the business world.
14StatisticsThis course aims to provide an introduction to the basic ideas of Statistics and to use the basic ideas of statistics to obtain and collect data, present data, analyze data, and be able to develop it intelligently and responsibly in the use of this analysis as manager's decision-making.
15Financial managementThis course is related to the knowledge and skills to make the right investment and funding decisions in order to maximize the value of the company in accordance with the applicable rules in financial management. Through a combination of various teaching methods such as classical lectures, case studies and reading textbooks and other materials, students are expected to understand the theory and practice of financial management comprehensively.
16Marketing ManagementThis course discusses various definitions and basic concepts of marketing. The discussion material covers the stages of the marketing management process which includes an understanding of the environment, opportunities, challenges from competitors and competition in marketing with professionals. To achieve the objectives of the teaching and learning process, this course will be presented through classical lectures, assignments, case studies, discussions, and exams.
17HR ManagementThis course is a compulsory subject for all students of the Faculty of Economics. This course aims to equip students with knowledge, insight and skills about processes, mechanisms, procedures and strategies of human resource management in general. The discussion material includes: The importance of HRM in organizations, Theory, Concepts, Scope and Challenges in Human Resource Management, Employment Laws and Regulations, Job Analysis, Human Resource Planning, Recruitment, Selection and Placement of Human Resources, Human Resources Development ( Training and Development) Performance Assessment, Employee Career, and Compensation System, Management of Work Environment and Employee Health, Motivation, productivity and quality of work. In addition, this course also discusses the contemporary development of HRM in the scope of business organizations.
18Operation managementMastery of concepts, processes, operation plans and transformation control so that they can be implemented in the company's operations.
19Environmental educationThis course is intended to provide a deeper understanding of the basic principles of PLH related to the basic concepts of PLH, the role of PLH to anticipate environmental problems, PLH in management, through an understanding of simple theory and practice as a deepening of knowledge insight as a form of concern for the environment and social life. ..
20IndonesianThis course examines: Indonesian language learning principles, Indonesian language learning approaches, Indonesian language learning strategies, Indonesian language learning practices and, Indonesian elementary school assessments.
21Economic StatisticsUnderstanding of inferential statistics (estimation and testing) of population parameters based on sample data and drawing general conclusions (generalizations), probability theory; theoretical probability distribution; binomial, Poisson and normal distributions; sampling method and sample distribution; statistical estimation; population parameter testing; chi-square distribution; analysis of variance; simple linear regression and correlation; and multiple linear regression and correlation
22Business PlanningThis course provides an understanding in compiling, analyzing, and assessing the feasibility of a business within the scope of a business plan, implementation and post-planning evaluation intelligently and responsibly.
23Financial Institution ManagementThe Financial Institution Management course is the development of financial management science, which is applied to the management of financial institutions, including banking institutions, in order to support the institutional objectives required by the business community and government in a professional and responsible manner. There are various aspects of institutional management that are applied to global financial and banking companies/MNCs, and short-term funding (money market) and long-term funding (capital market), nationally and internationally. , understand foreign exchange fluctuations (exchange rates), and financial risk management.
24International BusinessThis course provides an intelligent and strong understanding and analysis of the mind on the concepts of global trade, the center of world business, political-technology-legal factors that affect international business, theories of international trade and investment, changes in foreign currencies, international management strategies, strategies entering foreign markets, international business organization structure, and international business control.
25Business communicationThis course provides an intelligent and strong understanding and analysis of the mind on the concepts of global trade, the center of world business, political-technology-legal factors that affect international business, theories of international trade and investment, changes in foreign currencies, international management strategies, strategies entering foreign markets, international business organization structure, and international business control.
26MacroeconomicsThis course discusses basic macroeconomic concepts consisting of macroeconomic scope, national income, consumption theory, investment theory, interaction with the international world, money and financial institutions, economic cycles, inflation and unemployment, balance analysis, monetary policy, fiscal policy. , and economic systems
27Business EthicsThis course provides an overview of the principles of business ethics and their implications for individual behavior and the business environment. This course also discusses various factors that influence managerial decision making related to ethical issues. The concepts of business ethics that will be discussed include the notion of business ethics, principles of business ethics, Good Corporate Governance, Corporate Social Responsibility, ethical concepts in the fields of marketing, production, human resources and finance as well as the concept of business ethics in the free market.
28Micro EconomyThis course aims to provide an introduction to the basic concepts of microeconomics. The scope of the discussion includes an understanding of microeconomic theory, analyzing supply and demand, knowing the behavior of markets and producers and consumers. And students are expected to have a micro-economic perception to better master economic conditions so that they can become smart, honest, and responsible economists.
29Computer applicationComputer Applications Course (APLIKOM) is a course that combines a conceptual approach with computer-based skills and skills to assist students as prospective managers in operating computers and assisting in calculating the use of costs transparently, analyzing costs carefully and making decisions using the Microsoft Excel program. . The Computer Applications course also studies the use of computer-based statistical analysis tools with the SPSS program which is useful for prospective managers in conducting professional research.
30Indonesian economyThis course provides an understanding of the scope of the Indonesian economy which includes the economic system, economic growth, economic structure, economic development, income distribution, equitable development, international trade and payments, public consumption, investment, government spending, industrialization, agriculture and regional development that prioritizes the religious and nationalist nature of the Indonesian people, honest, caring for the surrounding environment, democratic, high tolerance based on politeness and intelligence and high responsibility so that the Indonesian economy becomes resilient.
31EconometricsEconometrics is a tool expertise course that discusses various estimation models, this course is important for students of the economics study program, considering that quantitative methods for economic analysis have no small role. The subject matter of this course includes an overview of regression analysis, relaxation of classical assumptions and advanced topics of econometrics.
32Integrated Quality ManagementMastery of the concept of quality, TQM, quality improvement and control to be applied to business organizations and public organizations in a professional manner.
33Risk ManagementMastery of risk concepts, identification, measurement, and risk control in dealing with various risks in society.
34Global MarketingThis course discusses marketing management concepts, theories, and techniques that can be used to take advantage of opportunities and overcome challenges in the Global market which include: the global marketing environment, building readiness to enter the global market, global marketing strategies and open global marketing operations. and accountable.
35Cost ManagementThis course discusses and applies management and cost accounting concepts and techniques related to the calculation of the cost of production, decision making, budgeting, control and performance measurement conceptually and its application in practice, identifying, measuring, accumulating, analyzing, presentation, interpretation and communication of information from various elements of business entities sourced from internal and external transaction data to support management in the decision-making process and implementation of decisions honestly and responsibly.
36Strategic ManagementThis course discusses the basic concepts of strategic management which consists of the scope of strategic management, business vision and mission, external assessment, internal assessment, strategy in implementation, strategy analysis and choice, strategy implementation (managerial issues), strategy implementation (communication and functional area issues), strategy control and evaluation.
37Managerial EconomicsThis course is an application of economic theory, both microeconomics and macroeconomics by utilizing tools in the form of decision science in an organization that includes public services and is engaged in business in order to achieve goals in the most efficient way. After attending this course, students are expected to be able to understand the basic competencies of managerial economics, namely decision-making models, market demand analysis, production theory, cost theory as well as market structure and pricing strategies.
38Financial Statement AnalysisThis course discusses the basic concepts and analytical tools in reading and interpreting financial statements. The discussion emphasizes the meaning of financial statements, balance sheets, profit and loss calculations, cash flow statements, horizontal analysis, vertical analysis, common-size analysis, ratio analysis, and du-pont analysis.
39Corporate BudgetingAfter attending this course, students know and understand the basic concepts of a comprehensive budgeting system and are able to practice comprehensive budgeting, production budgets, raw material budgets, labor budgets, overhead budgets, general administration budgets, capital budgeting, cash budgets, projections. financial reports, and budget analysis by upholding ethics and moral responsibility.
40Decision Making TheoryMastery of basic concepts and application of professional decision making in dealing with problems of daily life and organizational life.
41Business Research MethodologyThis course helps students to master business-management research knowledge and skills which include research design processes, determining, obtaining, processing, analyzing, synthesizing, and disseminating relevant business data and information for academic purposes, as well as making appropriate business decisions that are in turn able to maximize business performance. After completing this course, students are expected to be strong in conducting research in the business-management area with high responsibility and honesty in scientific aspects.
42Management AccountingThe Management Accounting course emphasizes more on efforts to present information for the benefit of management in making decisions on daily and strategic operational activities. This Management Accounting seeks to provide an intelligent understanding of cost behavior, break-even analysis, cost relevance for tactical decision making, responsibility centers, performance appraisals and transfer pricing.
43Advanced Financial ManagementThis course studies various matters related to the management of depository and non-depository Financial Institutions, both the management of funds, credit, assets and liabilities, and risk management.
44Consumer behaviorThe Consumer Behavior course discusses the conceptual framework of consumer behavior, both physical activity and mental activity that is smart and tough in dealing with and overcoming various relevant problems, regarding consumer behavior as users and assessors of product/service users. So it is useful for marketing managers as a basis for formulating a marketing strategy that can be accounted for.
45Advanced Marketing ManagementAdvanced marketing management discusses advanced marketing management from marketing management which provides an understanding of marketing strategy design, understanding competitive strategies and marketing ethics and social responsibility for the community.
46Organizational BehaviorOrganizational behavior is a course that helps students behave in organizations. Knowing the character of individuals and groups in the organization will facilitate decision making and maintain organizational stability. The behavioral output that is produced after students study the course is that it can produce a leader who is democratic, honest, responsible and intelligent in attitude.
47Advanced HRMMastery of global HRM, Strategic HRM, and HRM Applications, to achieve competitive advantage both nationally and internationally
48Sharia EconomicsThis course aims to provide students with an understanding of the forms of contracts and transactions in accordance with Islamic sharia principles (fiqh maaliyah) and how to treat these various transactions. The material to be discussed includes the rules of fiqh muamalah (fiqh for economics), contracts in transactions, conceptual framework and accounting treatment for transactions based on sharia, such as accounting for murabahah, salam, istishna, mudharabah, musyarakah, ijarah and others.
49Management information SystemThis course is required for managerial processes that assist in decision making, through planning, organizing, taking action and controlling various computer-based information resources intelligently, in accordance with the applicable and accountable IT code of ethics.
50Advanced Business English (English for managers)Mastery of knowledge, understanding, and application of English related to managerial activities and corporate culture which includes, among others, communication, writing, listening, and reading in the context of the business world
51Investment ManagementThis course discusses concepts and theories that can explain how to analyze various available investment alternatives carefully, intelligently and skillfully, especially in analyzing financial assets in the form of securities traded on the capital market and how to form and manage asset portfolios.
52Financial ResearchThe Financial Research & Development course will discuss the scope of financial research, financial research methodologies, research plans, processing and analyzing research data using statistical tools.
53Financial Management SeminarCourse Description : This course discusses techniques and skills in presenting research results on aspects of research-based financial substance as well as developing scientific, intelligent, and responsible insights and attitudes in following developments around financial management concepts and research.
54International Financial ManagementThis course provides an understanding of various basic concepts of International Financial management which have become important since the globalization of the world economy has led to the need for a smart and professional reorientation of corporate financial management. This course provides an understanding of the background of international trade and various managerial aspects from a corporate perspective.
55Capital marketThis course is designed to describe the skills that will be provided to students in order to be able to explain the basic knowledge of investing in the capital market. Understanding of capital market developments in Indonesia, capital market supporting professions, phenomena, products offered, trading mechanisms and how to determine or make good, accountable and profitable investments.
56Regional Financial ManagementThis course helps students to master the concept of regional financial management which includes the management of funding sources, expenditures, assets, debts, investments and financial partnerships so as to be able to improve regional performance optimally within the corridor of regional autonomy. After completing this course, students are expected to have strong knowledge and abilities in managing regional finances intelligently, effectively, efficiently, transparently, democratically and responsibly.
57Banking managementThis course studies various things related to banking management, including the management of funds, credit, assets and liabilities, and risk management. Apart from that, Bank Indonesia also studied the monetary authority and the assessment of banking health carried out by Bank Indonesia
58Marketing ResearchThe Marketing Research & Development course will discuss the scope of marketing research, marketing research methodologies, research plans, processing and analyzing research data using statistical tools.
59Service MarketingThis course provides an understanding of the concepts of service marketing, types of service marketing, understanding the characteristics, measurement in service marketing, the use of strategies in service marketing as well as making decisions for marketing managers intelligently and responsibly.
60Marketing Management SeminarCourse Description: This course discusses techniques and skills in presenting research results on aspects related to marketing and developing insight and an independent, tough, and responsible attitude in following the development of organizational marketing.
61E-CommerceThis course provides the basics of e-commerce and e-commerce design. The material provided includes basic e-commerce concepts, e-commerce models, e-commerce design, hardware, software and communications, internet marketing, business security on the internet and legal, ethical and social issues related to the use of technology in business.
62Retail MarketingStudents can comprehensively understand and explain various basic concepts in retail marketing management, starting from the concept of modern retail and traditional retail. Then be able to analyze the retail marketing mix for competitive advantage and then apply these concepts in the form of concrete examples in the practice of retail marketing management in a tough, responsible, and conservation character.
63Distribution ManagementThis course provides an understanding and understanding of how to manage distribution channels in the form of a series of organizations that are interdependent and involved in the process of making a product or service ready to be used or consumed, and students who later as prospective managers can manage distribution channels effectively. and efficient so that it can bridge between producers and consumers. In addition to the basic concepts of distribution channels, students will be introduced to the concept of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), which is an information system that is mutually integrated between several business areas based on a single database that includes financial and accounting, plant maintenance, supply and procurement, manufacturing, business intelligence, distribution, logic, human resources, and customer relationship management which will be used to manage a distribution channel.
64Product and Brand DevelopmentIn this course, students are expected to be able to know and understand the definition of products and brands and then be able to develop these products and brands according to the conditions or level of competition faced by companies at that time. In general, students are expected to understand a conceptual and practical understanding. relates to how a product is treated and managed from the idea generation stage to the product to the commercialization stage and managing the product so that it can compete and survive by implementing brand policies.
65LeadershipThis course explains the nature of leadership, leadership theory, leadership style, leadership communication, the relationship between leadership and organizational culture and learner culture, leadership and motivation, leadership and empowerment in organizations.
66HR ResearchThis course provides students with an understanding of the Human Resource Management research process, starting from finding problems, especially HR problems that require social awareness in the world of work, determining research designs, collecting data, learning to implement questionnaire survey guidelines, data analysis techniques and presenting results. smart and responsible research
67HR Seminar SeminarThis course discusses the substance of the development of presentation-based HR research, so it takes creativity that is intelligent, innovative in analyzing, and able to account scientifically for the results of the research.
68Work managementPerformance Management is a course that provides an understanding of the basic concepts of performance, dynamics of performance measurement, kaizen theory, TQM culture and competitive advantage, change management, performance-based training, entrepreneurial leadership and TQL, SWOT and competitive advantage, high-performing teams and success, professionalism and commitment. The resulting behavioral output is that students can become managers as well as assessors who are fair, honest and responsive to employee conditions.
69Motivation ManagementMotivation management is a course that discusses the understanding of motivation theory which includes general theory, motivational problems, factors that influence motivation, motivated and unmotivated personal attitudes. The resulting behavioral output is that students can motivate themselves to be polite, tough, and intelligent in their behavior.
70Cross-Cultural ManagementThis course provides students with an understanding to understand models and theories of organizational and managerial behavior in a global and cross-cultural perspective as well as having skills in collaborating with other employees who come from other countries with different language, cultural and working backgrounds, with while maintaining the values, spirit of nationalism and being tolerant with the culture of other nations.
71Compensation ManagementProvide understanding and mastery of the basic concepts, strategies and practices of compensation to provide satisfaction to all members of the organization.
72Advanced business EnglishProvide understanding and skills in applying English related to managerial activities (English for managers)
73Field Work PracticeProvide opportunities for students to observe and compare theory with real conditions in the workplace, train mentally, tough individuals and hone abilities and skills that are equipped with students to face challenges in the world of work through internship programs (PKL).
74Community Service ProgramProvide opportunities for students to be more concerned with the environment and society as a form of social responsibility. Stimulate student creativity to be more sensitive to the needs and progress of the community through work programs designed for Community Service activities.
75ComprehensiveAs a test of student competence in the field of science that has been taken. Seeing and assessing students' ability to analyze economic and business situations as decision makers.
76ThesisProvides experience in theoretical studies that is expressed in scholarly writing that can be accounted for its scientific and truthfulness.
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