The curriculum of Chemistry Department UNDIP
The curriculum of a university is a set of plans and regulations regarding to the content, study materials, and learning materials, along with the way of delivering them, and the evaluation which will be set as the guideline for organizing learning activities in the university.
A curriculum should have a graduates competence standard which has the structure of main, supporting, and other competences, in order to achieve the purposes, mission, and vision of the department. A curriculum contains courses/modules/blocks, syllabus, learning plan, and evaluation.
A curriculum should be created based on its relevance to the purpose, scope, and depth of organizational materials which will be able to create hard skills, personality skills, and behavioral skills (soft skills), that will be applicable for various situations and conditions.
Main competences of graduates
- Are devoted to the Almighty God, have unique personalities, and have a conception on Indonesian nationalism, and have strong global access.
- Master the concepts and principals of chemistry.
- Have the ability to apply the concepts and principals of chemistry in order to produce high quality products that will be useful for our lives and nature preservation.
Supporting competences of graduates
Have the ability to communicate their knowledge by using an international language and information technology.
Other/optional competences of graduates
Have entrepreneurship skills which are based on the mastery of chemistry knowledge.
Note: The definition of main, supporting, and other competences can be seen in Kepmendiknas No. 045/2002.