The FEB UI Extension Program was established in 1956. The existence of this program is very necessary as an effort to educate the nation’s life in the context of sustainable education (lifetime education), especially for professionals and young executives who are committed to completing their studies at the stratum 1 (S1) level in Management and Accounting.
Currently the implementation of the Management Extension Program has been integrated with the Regular S1 Management of FEB UI in the form of curriculum standardization, as well as academics. Therefore, in line with the Regular S1 Management Study Program FEB UI, the Extension Program also aims to produce graduates who are able to carry out management processes on the first line in companies/organizations or professions in the field of Management, have an entrepreneurial mindset, are able to collaborate. and apply universal values (ethics) to strengthen the nation’s competitiveness in the international world, so as to improve the quality of life of the Indonesian people.
The Management Extension Undergraduate Study Program has National Accreditation, with Last Accreditation Rating (Score): A, Score 374 out of 400 (Very Good) with SK BAN-PT No.0632/SK/BAN-PT/Akred/S/VI/2016.
To become a leading center for undergraduate Management and Business learning in Indonesia, contribute to the development of Indonesia, and be recognized internationally.
Specialization in Management Extension Program consists of:
The Financial Management concentration is designed to prepare students for a career in financial management by developing mastery of the latest financial management knowledge and being able to apply their competencies in practice. This specialization is suitable for students who are interested in positions that handle market analysis, cash flow and investment, budgeting and capital markets.
The Marketing Management concentration is designed to provide students with knowledge of marketing program management and the role of marketing in business activities, as well as to prepare students for a career in marketing management by allowing them to master the latest marketing management knowledge and apply their competencies in practice. This concentration is suitable for students who want to work in marketing research, advertising and promotion, brand planning, sales and distribution, or as marketing consultants; since it will teach them how to manage a company’s marketing program and the role of marketing in business operations.
The Human Resources & Organization Management specialization is designed to provide knowledge about the management of Human Resources in business organizations / companies that keep growing, both locally and globally; as well as preparing students to apply Human Resource Management knowledge in business/company organizational activities or pursue a career in HR & Organizational management by developing mastery of the latest HR & Organizational management fundamentals. This specialization is suitable for students who want to work in areas such as recruiting and selection, training and development, career paths and career development, relations with labor unions, and as HR consultants.
The Operations Management concentration is designed to provide knowledge about the management of all activities related to the process of transforming inputs into optimal outputs, as well as to prepare students for a career in operations management by developing knowledge and understanding of the latest operations management skills and ability to apply their competencies in practice. This specialization is suitable for students who want to work in supply chain management, project management, manufacturing processes, quality assurance, or as operations management consultants.
*) Students are also allowed to take the general route by not choosing one of the four specializations mentioned above.
Extension students can take their studies for a maximum of 5 semesters (2.5 years) up to a maximum of 10 semesters (5 years). The ability of extension students to complete their study period is determined by the academic achievement of each student and the number of credits recognized in the Credit Transfer Block by the Extension Program of the Faculty of Economics and Business, Universitas Indonesia.
Based on Permendikbud Number 3 of 2020 concerning National Standards for Higher Education, Higher Education Institutions are required to facilitate the right for students to (1) be able to take credits outside of higher education institutions for a maximum of 2 semesters or the equivalent of 40 credits and (2) be able to take credits in study programs at the same institution as much as 1 semester or equivalent to 20 credits. This was later called “Merdeka Belajar”, where Universitas Indonesia has required for the Academic Undergraduate Program. This curriculum consists of Compulsory Courses as a prerequisite for the minimum Learning Outcomes of the Study Program.
The learning process applied in the FEB-UI Management Extension Program is a combination of lectures and student participation. Student participation can take the form of class discussions, assignments for the preparation of individual and group papers/projects and class presentations. In accordance with the KBK, the approach taken is Student Centered Learning (SCL) where the emphasis is on students who must be more active in class.
In order to broaden students’ knowledge, lecturers are encouraged to invite guest lecturers from practitioners a maximum of 2 times throughout the semester. The name of the guest lecturer is submitted by the subject lecturer and addressed to the program leader for approval. Students are then asked to make a resume of what was obtained from the guest lecturer to ensure student attendance and participation.
Subjects that are quantitative in nature, such as financial management, research practicum, and research methods, are complemented by assistant lectures or computer laboratory practices with separate lecture schedules.
The profile of graduates seen from their achievement index is shown in the table. The Achievement Index (IP) is a measuring tool for student study results in lectures. The Achievement Index is calculated at the end of each semester consisting of the Semester Achievement Index (IPS) and the Grade Point Average (IPK). IPS is used to determine the number of credits to be taken in the following semester. The IPK and the number of courses taken are used for evaluation of dropouts. In addition, the IPK is also used to determine the graduation predicate at the end of the study period. The minimum IPK for undergraduate programs is 2.00 (two point zero).
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