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INTERNATIONAL PROGRAM IN PHYSICS EDUCATION
A. History and Background
Study program of Physics is established on 20th of June 1961 at the same time when FKIP was established.
“To realize study program of Physics as the center of education and science development to produc a professional, faithful, devoted, and competence graduates”
- Conduct qualified education and instruction to produce qualified physics teacher and researcher who are able use technology applications for development of physics education.
- Improve the quality, relevance and competitiveness by managing study program of physics on simultaneously to support activities and services of education and teaching of physics through the principles of accountability, transparency and participatory.
- Promote community service based on high social responsibility.
- Develop institutional cooperation in order to accelerate the development of physics education program of study in responding to challenges in the global era.
- Achieve the service of implementation of education and physics instruction that are accountable, transparent and participatory.
- Fostering academic community environment of Physics Education Program of study that is supported by healthy scientific culture o and beneficial to wide range society.
- Establish cooperation with Local Government, Business, and other Higher Education Institutions in the Province of NAD or other provinces.
To obtain a bachelor’s degree stratum 1 (S1), students must take 151 (See the below table) credit hours which are comprised of 140 credit hours compulsory courses and 11 credit hours of elective courses.
Compulsory courses are consist of several groups of subjects, namely:
- Courses of personality development 9 credit hours
- Courses of community living 6 credit hours
- Basic education courses 12 credit hours
- General Course of Syiah Kuala University 4 credit hours
- Courses of Study Program 109 credits hours
The total credit hours 140 credits hours