Evaluation of Learning

GUIDELINES FOR PRE-MM

MM pre-graduation program are as follows.

  1. Earn a minimum GPA of 2.5.
  2. No grade E and maximum one D (for the course except Introduction to Business and/or Introduction to Management and Organizational Behavior).

GUIDELINES FOR REGULAR CLASS

Guidelines for Evaluation

Legal Final Grade

  1. Final grade of courses is only valid if:
    • Relevant courses are listed in student’s course plan card.
    • The grade is listed in the final grade list signed by the lecturer of course.
    • Being an active student/registered in the semester in accordance with course plan card and final grade list.
  2. All final grades of the courses that do not meet the requirements of clause (1) above shall be declared invalid.

Grade T (Incomplete)

A student obtained the grade T due to the following conditions:

  1. Students who do not meet the final semester evaluation, i.e. incomplete assessment component
  2. After evaluation of clause (1) students met within 2 weeks of the semester, the grade T should be changed to A, B +, B, C +, D +, D or E.
  3. When the evaluation in clause (1) are not met within the period of 2 weeks, the grade T is changed into grade E, or the lecturer can process according to the accumulation of the evaluation set, resulting in a range of other grade;
  4. The grade T cannot be converted into grade K, unless the student cannot take final exams due to acceptable and justifiable reason (illness, accident, or disaster requiring prolonged care).

Grade K (Empty)

Grade K is given if it meets the following:

  1. Students withdraw from the course activities after the deadline for changes of course plan card (2 weeks after the current academic activities) for reasons that can be justified and evidenced by a letter of Dean;
  2. Imposed on one or several courses in the semester concerned in case a student cannot attend final exams on the basis of a justifiable reason that he/she cannot take the supplement examinations;
  3. Given at the end of the courses and thesis is not completed in one semester.
  4. Justifiable reason to give the letter K are:
    • illness or accident that requires treatment or long healing process, which is stated by a notification from a specialist or hospital care;
    • family calamities that require students to leave their studies in a long time, with a reinforced letter required;
  5. abnormal childbirth or other reasons that can be justified by the Dean or Director of the program beyond the second reason in clause (3) above, but the student is considered temporarily suspend their studies for one semester with the permission of dean;
  6. courses with grade K, are not used for the GPA calculation;
  7. students with grade K for the entire courses in the semester are counted in the study and the time limit but it is not considered as temporary termination of the study;
  8. should the clause (5) above occurs twice, then the corresponding semester of study discontinuation is considered as a temporary permission from Dean, so it will reduce the opportunity of the student to apply for a temporary study termination;
  9. should the clause (5) above occurs three times (consecutively and separately), then the corresponding semester of study termination is considered as temporary permission for the second time from Dean. This is not counted in study time limit, but it will abort the opportunity of students to have more temporary study termination with permission from the Dean;
  10. termination of the temporary study after a period in clause (7) above, for reasons such as in clause (3) are allowed, however, it is counted in the study deadline.
  11. should the courses with grade K that has been taken back on another occasion, it can turn into grade B+, B, C +, D +, D or E.

Note: In the case of lecturer does not submit the grade of the course for one and a half month in the semester, Program can issue the grade by giving at least B without exception, or based on available data and information. However, the grade can be re-changed then if the lecturer does grade submission afterwards. The grade change, then, is given to students with B grades up and not for the grade below B.

Evaluation of Learning Outcomes

  1. Evaluation on student learning activities and progress made on a regular basis includes: examination (verbal/written), performance of duties, and observations by teaching staff. Final Exams of the semester are held on a schedule and the results must be submitted to the Sub-Division of Academic Programs not later than 14 days after the test is carried out.
  2. The final score is a combination of Mid-Semester Exam, Last Semester Examination and all tasks assigned during the semester, each with its own percentage.
  3. The final grade of the course is given in the form of letters based on raw score with a range between 0-100, as the following:
    • Score

      Grade (letter)

      Grade (number)

      80 – 100%

      A

      4

      76 – 79%

      A-

      3.7

      72 – 75%

      B+

      3.3

      68 – 71%

      B

      3

      64 – 67%

      B-

      2.7

      60 – 63%

      C+

      2.3

      56 – 59%

      C

      2

      45 – 55%

      D

      1

      < 44%

      E

      0

  4. The final grade in letter should be submitted to offices of academic affairs and Student Affairs at the scheduled time to calculate grade point and grade point average of students.
  5. student with GPA less than 2.00 in the second semester, and/or third semester, the study termination will be sanctioned.
  6. Graduation:
    • Student passes a course if the grade score is at least C (maximum two courses), while the minimum grade of thesis must be B.
    • student completes the study if he has taken a number of credits in accordance with the regulations of each study program includes a thesis, with a GPA of at least 3.00 and the grade of the concentration courses at least B.

Evaluation of Research Proposal Session

  1. Grade for Research Proposal Session is given in raw score in the range 0 – 100.
    • Score

      Grade (letter)

      Grade (number)

      80 – 100%

      A

      4

      76 – 79%

      A-

      3.7

      72 – 75%

      B+

      3.3

      68 – 71%

      B

      3

      64 – 67%

      B-

      2.7

      60 – 63%

      C+

      2.3

      56 – 59%

      C

      2

      45 – 55%

      D

      1

      < 44%

      E

      0

  2. The examiner team consists of supervisors and reviewers .
  3. In this session, Examiner Team evaluates student accountability by giving critical questions and clarification on the substances of the research proposal.
  4. At the end of the session , Examiner team provides an assessment as follows:
    • students pass the exam when obtaining the average point at least 68, or
    • students do not pass when the student receives a point average less than 68.
  5. The average grade of Research Proposal Session is converted to letter grade using the guidelines of the thesis examination.
  6. when the student does not pass the research proposal session , the student is required to repeat the research proposal. Opportunity to repeat this session is given only once: when the student does not pass at the second opportunity, then the study termination is sanctioned.
  7. having passed the Research Proposal Session , the student can continue to thesis writing after finishing the recommended improvements from reviewers.

Thesis Evaluation

  1. The evaluation is based on thesis exams.
  2. For the Master of Management Program, the student must carry out Research Proposal Session
  3. Before the thesis examination, team supervisor evaluates the material/substance of the proposed text. Assessment is done by evaluating whether the manuscript ‘worthed to examine ‘. This must be a mutual agreement of the supervising team. If there is a discrepancy about the feasibility assessment, the team supervisor should get into an agreement.
  4. Evaluation of the material/substance script is focused on the following matters:
    1. a. The substance of the research-development of science uses scientific methods and rules, concerning :
      • i . Identification sharpness and formulation of the problem
      • ii. Systematics framework linking the various variables in the study.
    2. b. Solving problems involving:
      • i . Elaboration, relevance and research methods used;
      • ii. Appropriateness of study design and instruments used.
    3. c. Analysis sharpness, involving:
      • i. Sharpness and harmony of discussion of the research results;
      • ii. Richness of other resources in the discussion.
  5. ‘worthed to examine’ means the thesis manuscript has raw score average at least 68.
  6. If it is declared ‘unworthed to examine’, then the draft cannot be submitted for thesis examination, examiner team has agreed to be scientifically responsible and explain it to the students.
  7. For the Master of Management Program, the student must carry a colloquium before carrying out the closed examination.
  8. Students are given the opportunity to take the thesis exam twice within an agreed period.
  9. Grade of the thesis examination is given in the form of scores ranging from 0-100. Thesis examination is converted to grade in letter with the following guidelines:
    • Score

      Grade (letter)

      Grade (number)

      80 – 100%

      A

      4

      76 – 79%

      A-

      3.7

      72 – 75%

      B+

      3.3

      68 – 71%

      B

      3

      64 – 67%

      B-

      2.7

      60 – 63%

      C+

      2.3

      56 – 59%

      C

      2

      45 – 55%

      D

      1

      < 44%

      E

      0

  10. Judicium of graduation is based on GPA achievement:
    • 3,00 – 3,40 Satisfactory
    • 3,41 – 3,75 Very satisfactory
    • > 3,75 Cumlaude/ with honors*

Note: The determination of graduation with honors predicate (Cum Laude) is given by considering the maximum study period (8 semesters). Students graduated with honors (Cum Laude) if he/she can complete the study within the normal study period (4 semesters).

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