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PURPOSE OF OFFICE ADMINISTRATION EDUCATION STUDY PROGRAM CURRICULUM
The development of the Office Administration Education Study Program (S1) is inseparable from the reference to various policies and standards that are adapted to the characteristics of higher education and the needs of the world of work in the office administration field. The scope of higher education standards is wider than the standards set out in the Government Regulation of the Republic of Indonesia Number 19 of 2005 concerning National Education Standards. Presidential Regulation of the Republic of Indonesia Number 8 of 2012 concerning the Indonesian National Qualifications Framework (KKNI) provides guidelines that the development of study programs must be directed to the learning outcomes of graduates according to the field of expertise. Regulation of the Minister of Education and Culture of the Republic of Indonesia Number 73 of 2013 mandates the implementation of the IQF in the scope of higher education.
KKNI is one of the national references to improve the quality and competitiveness of the Indonesian nation in the human resources sector. Achievement of the qualifications of Indonesian human resources is produced through the national education and job training system, as well as the assessment system for equality of learning outcomes. Improving the quality and competitiveness of the nation will simultaneously strengthen the identity of the Indonesian nation. There are two keywords to link the curriculum with the IQF, namely learning outcomes and qualifications. Packaging learning outcomes into the IQF qualification level is very important for the purpose of matching and equalizing qualifications and/or recognition between education levels and/or employment levels. In addition, packaging learning outcomes into the IQF is also important for the purposes of harmonization and cooperation, mutual recognition of qualifications with other countries, both bilaterally and multilaterally.
The Office Administration Education Study Program (S1) has implemented several curriculum phases, namely the 2014 Curriculum, the 2019 Curriculum, the 2020 MBKM Curriculum. The curriculum change phase is evaluated in stages by academics, practitioners, graduate users, alumni, students, stakeholders, professional associations who are members of the Association of Graduates and Practitioners of Indonesian Office Administration (ASPAPI), and at the direction of the leadership to adjust to the policy direction of the Ministry of Education, Culture. , Research, and Technology related to the implementation of the Independent Learning Campus Curriculum (MBKM). Curriculum review is carried out by first brainstorming from industry to find out the skills needs of graduates, then reviewing and evaluating graduate learning achievements in the curriculum that has been prepared to be synchronized with the needs of graduates in accordance with the needs of the world of work and the demands of future competency skills in the office sector. Thus, curriculum development in the Office Administration Education Study Program is based on the following policies:
- Presidential Regulation of the Republic of Indonesia Number 8 of 2012 concerning the Indonesian National Qualifications Framework (KKNI), UNY stipulates that all study programs improve their curriculum in accordance with the spirit of the KKNI.
- Minister of Education and Culture Regulation Number 3 of 2020 concerning National Higher Education Standards
- UNY's vision is to become an excellent, creative, and innovative educational university based on piety, independence and scholarship by 2025.
- Regulation of the Chancellor of the Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta Number 7 of 2020 concerning Guidelines for the Implementation of the Independent Learning Curriculum-Independent Campus.
2014 Curriculum Development Office Administration Education Study Program is based on the Competency-Based Curriculum (KBK) and the Indonesian National Qualifications Framework. This curriculum consists of 144 credits which includes 132 credits of compulsory subjects and 12 credits of elective courses. The curriculum can be downloaded here.
The 2019 Curriculum of the Office Administration Education Study Program is a revision of the 2014 curriculum, which refers to the KKNI and is based on learning outcomes (Outcome based education). This curriculum consists of 146 credits which includes 134 credits of compulsory subjects and 12 credits of elective courses. The curriculum can be downloaded here.
The 2020 curriculum is an implementation tool for the Merdeka Learning - Independent Campus (MBKM) policy which is a mandate from the Regulation of the Minister of Education and Culture Number 3 of 2020 concerning National Higher Education Standards. In Article 18 it is stated that the fulfillment of the study period and load for undergraduate or applied undergraduate program students can be carried out: 1) following the entire learning process in the study program at the tertiary institution according to the study period and load; and 2) participate in the learning process in the study program to fulfill part of the time and learning load and the rest follow the learning process outside the study program. The MBKM 2020 curriculum for the Office Administration Education Study Program is a restructuring of the 2019 curriculum, by adding several additional learning achievements to accommodate student competencies obtained from activities/learning processes outside the study program/off campus. Curriculum downloadable here.
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