Curriculum Undergraduate Psychology

Undergraduate Psychology Program of UBAYA

The Undergraduate Psychology Program of UBAYA (UP-UBAYA) started to apply the higher education curriculum (Kurikulum Perguruan Tinggi – KPT), which in line with higher education (Program Studi – PS) undergraduate program curriculum act. By applying KPT, the establishment of learning outcomerefers to those stated in Indonesian National Qualification Framework (Kerangka Kualifikasi Nasional Indonesia – KKNI) level 6 based on President decree (Perpres) no 8 in 2012, higher education national standard as described in Ministry of Research, Technology, and Higher Education regulation (Permenristek DIKTI) no. 4 in 2015, and the agreement of Indonesian Organizing Association of Higher Education in Psychology (Asosiasi Penyelenggara Pendidikan Tinggi Psikologi Indonesia – AP2TPI) in regard to qualification of Bachelor in Psychology as listed on SK 01/2015 AP2TPI.

Graduate profile of UP-UBAYA:

  1. Assistant of Psychologist
  2. Counselor
  3. Teacher at preschools/kindergartens or counselor at schools
  4. Entrepreneur
  5. Trainer
  6. Community organizer
  7. Researcher
  8. Assessor in Psychology

The learning outcome is determined by considering PS vision and missionscientific vision, and tracer study in which all of them are stakeholders input (alumni and user of alumni, as well as student and lecturer feedback)

The eleven (11) Expected Learning Outcome (ELO) of Undergraduate Psychology Program of UBAYA (UP-UBAYA):

  1. Master the different paradigms, theories, and concepts of basic mental processes (including learning, emotion and motivation, sensation and perception, higher cognitive functions such as language, problem solving and intelligence) in order to analyze psychological states on the individual level;
  2. Develop the critical thinking ability in understanding paradigms, theories, and concepts, especially in regards to the relationship between humans and their social environment within the context of family, school, social communities, and industry in urban setting;
  3. Master basic statistical techniques, stages of psychological scale construction, concepts in psychological measurement (validity, reliability, norms, and classical test theories), research design (survey, experiment, and descriptive qualitative methods), and principles of scientific writing in Psychology;
  4. Apply psychodiagnostic principles and concepts of behavioristic and cognitive approaches in conducting observation, interviews, counseling, psychoeducation, and training;
  5. Understand the principles of professional ethics in research in psychology; and manage self in facing problematic situations with moral implications;
  6. Develop instruments of psychological assessment based on principles of classical test theories;
  7. Ethically conduct research studies in psychology by using generic qualitative and quantitative (survey and experiment) approaches, and analyze data using descriptive and inferential methods of statistic with the help of proper computer programs
  8. Identify psychological problems that often occur in urban societies, more specifically within the context of family, school, industry and organization, and social communities by ethically using different assessment methods such as observation, interview and psychological scale;
  9. Communicate and work together with other graduates in applying individual intervention methods based on behavioristic and cognitive approaches in order to treat psychological problems in urban societies, as guided by the code of ethics in Psychology and conducted in the spirit of continuity;
  10. Communicate and work together with other graduates in applying group intervention methods based on behavioristic and cognitive approaches in order to treat psychological problems in urban societies, as guided by the code of ethics in Psychology and conducted in the spirit of continuity;
  11. Internalize the spirit of independence and lifelong learning, and grounded in the spirit of innovation and entrepreneurship.

The above UP-UBAYA’s ELOs are manifested into below curriculum structure:

CURRICULUM STRUCTURE OF UP UBAYA

The total credit a student should complete is 144 credits, accomplished in 8 semesters (4 years)

Semester I (Total credit 20)

561101   (3 credits)     Science and Logic Philosophy

541101   (2 credits)     Academic English

00141 A (3 credits)     Pancasila and Civics

561102   (6 credits)     Sociology and Anthropology Urban Society

561201   (6 credits)     Basic Theories & Application of Psychology: Family & School

Semester II (Total credit 20)

0011A-0116A  (3 credits)  Religion  education

542102  (2 credits)         Academic  Indonesian Language

562103  (3 credits)          Human and Moral Philosophy

562202  (6 credits)          Basic Theories & Application of Psychology: Urban Community

562203  (6 credits)          Biopsychology

Semester III (Total credit 20)


563204  (6 credits)         Basic Theories  & Application of Psychology: Industry & Organization

563301  (8 credits)          Psychological Assessment: Observation & Interview

563401  (6 credits)          Psychological Measurement: Achievement Test