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Graduate Program

Method of Education Delivery

The delivery of education services is carried out by using credits (SKS) as a measurement of evaluating students’ learning outcomes.

Credit is a way of organizing higher education programs to explain their academic weight.

The semester is a minimum period that describes the duration of the education program.

 The General Objective of the credits (SKS) method is to enhance the extent to which higher education can be developed. It involves the presentation of education programs that are flexible and more varied, gives greater opportunity to students when choosing programs, and focuses on planning a definite professional path.

The specific objectives are:

  1. Allow the students who are clever and diligent to finish their studies in a minimum duration.
  2. Allow the students to choose the subject according to their interest, talent, and capacity.
  3. Give the possibility to the execution of the education system with plural input and output.
  4. Facilitate the adaptation of the curriculum to the rapid development of knowledge and technology.
  5. Enables the evaluation system of advanced learning of the students to be conducted optimally.

Basic Characteristic of Credit is:

In the credit system, each subject has a weight, namely credit value. The number of the credit value of subjects is various. It is determined by the effort to finish the tasks presented in the lecture program, job training, practical work, and other tasks.

In the credit system, each subject is finished in one semester that lasts for 12-16 weeks (exclude mid-exam and final exam). In addition to quantitative valuation, credit system acknowledges that the finishing of the study unit could be valued quantitatively by giving a weight to the relevant unit — the weight of each subject, namely credits.

One credit is made up of:

  1. An academic hour of scheduled face to face learning in the classroom with lecturers.
  2. An academic hour of structured academic activity which is not scheduled but has been planned by education staff (lecturers), e.g.: review session or seminar.
  3. An academic hour of independent academic activity like reading, summarizing, working on papers etc.

The delivery of education at Binus Graduate Program, BINUS UNIVERSITY is achieved through teaching materials, discussion, speeches, case studies, and conducting research.


Evaluation System

Evaluation in Final Score of Master Score

Table of Evaluation System Scoring for Master Program


Score of Assignment

Score of Paper / Project

Score of Final

30 % 30 % 40%

The evaluation system that meets the objectives of the education is varied according to each courses needs.

The evaluation system in the doctoral program is divided into course work, publications, and dissertations. Each of these sections has a rubric assessment.

The Final Score for the semester is presented with the following Alphabetical Values:

Presented with the following Alphabetical Values:

Table of Grading System for Master Program and Doctorate Program

Alphabetical Value Weight Final Score of Semester Description
A 4 90 – 100 High Disctinction
A- 3.67 85 – 89 Disctinction
B+ 3.33 80 – 84 Satisfactory
B 3 75 – 79 Pass
B- 2.5 70 – 74 Fail
C 2 65 – 69
D 1 50 – 64
E 0 0 – 49
F 0 Incomplete

Credits Load in One Semester

Study load in one semester can be determined by individual ability and by looking at the students’ results from the last semester, which are measured by Semester Grade Point Average (IPS/GPS), or all of the semesters by Cumulative Grade Point Average (IPK/GPA).

Semester Grade Point Average (IPS/GPS) is counted as follow:

GPS = \frac{\sum (KN)}{\sum K} = \frac{\sum M}{\sum K}

Cumulative Grade Point Average (IPK/GPA) is counted as follow:
GPA = \frac{\sum M}{\sum L}

K = Number of credits taken in related semester
N = Weight of each subject taken
M = Conversion Value (K x N)
L = Number of pass credits

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