The course system in the Undergraduate Program In Law uses the credit system. In principle, the Semester Credit System (SKS) gives students the freedom to draw up a study plan by taking into account the following matters:
- Each course is given a weight of at least 2 credits and a maximum of 4 credits according to the weight of the course material in the legal education system
- The number of credits that can be programmed by students in each semester is determined by the combination of student achievement, namely the Semester Achievement Index (IPS) and the Grade Point Average (GPA) which are stated in the table/matrix for taking course credits, except for semester 1 and 2 students who using course packages.
- The matrix table of credits for each semester can be seen on the following page: click here
- The courses to be programmed must have met the ‘minimum-prerequisites’ that apply to courses that require ‘pass-prerequisites’. Of the courses listed in the curriculum, there are courses that can be programmed freely, i.e. students can program these courses with the status of ‘unconditional’ course prerequisites.
- The number of credits that may be taken may not exceed the maximum limit of the specified number of credits (credit allowance) but may be less.
- Students are required to program courses at the beginning of the current semester by completing the RAS / Semester Academic Plan.
- For students who will and/or are currently and/or have applied for closing/out of theory, they still have to program the Final Project course at the beginning of each semester until the student is declared to have passed the Final Project exam