Business Administration Course Structure - Semester 1


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Course Structure

Religion courses aim to provide understanding and knowledge about certain religions, their moral and ethical values, and their influence on individuals and society. The Islamic Religion course, for example, focuses on Islamic teachings, history, and their impact on society. Christianity and Catholicism often study the Bible, the teachings of Jesus Christ, church history, and their various denominations and doctrines. Hinduism deals with sacred books, key concepts such as Dharma and Karma, gods and traditions and practices. Meanwhile, Buddhism courses will focus on Buddhist teachings, including the Eightfold Path and the concepts of Karma and Nirvana, as well as various traditions and schools of Buddhism.

Citizenship Education subject, based on the Decree of the Director General of Higher Education No. 43/DIKTI/Kep/2006, is a personality development course that has a vision of being a source of values and guidelines in the development and implementation of study programs to help students establish their personality as whole human beings. This is important because students are the nation's generation who must have an intellectual, religious, civilized, humane and love for the motherland and nation vision. The mission of this course is to help students consistently be able to realize the basic values of Pancasila, a sense of nationality, and love for the motherland in mastering, applying and developing science, technology and art with a sense of responsibility and morality. The scope of material discussed in this course includes the Republic of Indonesia, Citizenship, National Identity, Indonesian Democracy, the Constitution and the 1945 Constitution, Human Rights, Archipelagic Outlook, and National Resilience.

This course is designed with the assumption that mastery of understanding and expressing ideas through English has always been a major demand factor in international business communication. Therefore, this course is specifically designed to develop students' skills in writing short articles or essays.

The Administrative Ethics course is designed to discuss ethical principles and professionalism in public or business administration. Its main objective is to prepare students to face the ethical and moral challenges that administrators and managers often face in their daily practice. Topics that are generally discussed include the basic concepts of ethics and morals, the application of ethics in administration, professional codes of ethics, organizational social responsibility, and the implications of unethical actions in administration. Students will also learn how to make ethical decisions in difficult or complicated situations. Overall, this course aims to help students understand the importance of integrity, transparency and accountability in administration.

The Introduction to Organizational Studies course is an initial course that introduces students to core concepts in organizational studies, including organizational structure, organizational culture, organizational behavior, human resource management, and organizational change and development. Through this course, students will understand how organizations are formed, how they operate, and how they interact with their external environment. In addition, this course also introduces key issues in organizational management, including leadership, motivation, communication, conflict, and change. The main objective is to equip students with a solid understanding of how organizations function, which can later serve as a basis for further studies in management or related fields, as well as prepare students to become leaders or managers of organizations in the future.

This course provides knowledge about the basics of mathematics needed to understand phenomena in the world of economics and business that occur. This mathematical approach is needed to analyze and can be used to solve economic and business problems and can provide input for decision making.

This course aims to provide knowledge and skills regarding the stages of the accounting process (accounting cycle) for 3 types of companies according to their operations, namely service companies, merchandise companies and manufacturing companies. It also contains an initial understanding of the importance of the accounting function in a business entity, which will be needed later in the process of fulfilling the tax obligations of a particular business entity. This course emphasizes aspects of theoretical understanding and application in solving cases by using various case studies designed to be as close as possible to the accounting function in a real business entity.

Industrial Sociology is a course in the Business Administration Study program which is designed to develop students' ability to think and express ideas related to the development of society in the era of industrialization and digitalization. This course is designed to provide comprehensive and up-to-date knowledge of industrial developments up to the digital era from a sociology perspective for business administration students. The learning method applied in this course is based on a student-centered paradigm which allows students to construct an understanding of industrial sociology based on learning experiences with a contextual approach. The results expected to be achieved are that students participating in lectures have the capacity to formulate and solve theoretical and practical problems related to industrial developments and business processes in society.