Curriculum

Our curriculum consists of 3,5 to 4 years program that comprises of core and elective courses to cater basic knowledge and skills in public policy and management as well as the three areas of interest. The program structure is designed as follows:

University compulsaries (5 courses, 15 credits)

  1. Religious Study and Multiculturalism (2 credits)
  2. Pancasila and National Ideology (2credits)
  3. Civic and Citizenship (2 credits)
  4. Thesis (6 credits)
  5. Community Services (3 credits)


Faculty compulsaries (6 courses, 17 credits)

  1. Basic of Social Science (3 credits)
  2. Introduction to Political Science (3 credits)
  3. Indonesian Social and Poitical History (3 credits)
  4. Indonesian Social and Political System (3 credits)
  5. Academic Writing (2 credits)
  6. Social Research Methods (3 credits)


Department compulsaries (17 courses, 68 credits)

  1. Public Sector Economics (4 credits)
  2. Classics of Public Administration (4 credits)
  3. Public Management (4 credits)
  4. Public Policy (4 credits)
  5. Constitutional Law (4 credits)
  6. Theories of Organization (4 credits)
  7. Quantitative Research (4 credits)
  8. Qualitative Research (4 credits)
  9. Theories of Development (4 credits)
  10. Public Values and Citizenship (4 credits)
  11. Decentralization in Developing Countries (4 credits)
  12. Institutional Building (4 credits)
  13. Leadership in Public Sector (4 credits)
  14. Public Sector Reform (4 credits)
  15. Global Governance (4 credits)
  16. Public Sector Accountability (4 credits)
  17. Internship (4 credits)


Area of interest (9 courses, 36 credits)

International Development and Policy Interest (IDP)

  1. Global Public Policy (4 credits)
  2. Managing Development in International Context (4 credits)
  3. Global Health Governance (4 credits)
  4. International Tourism (4 credits)
  5. NGOs and International Development Assistance (4 credits)
  6. Small and Medium Enterprise in Global Market (4 credits)
  7. Trade and Investment Policy (4 credits)
  8. ASEAN Community (4 credits)
  9. Energy Security (4 credits)

Public Management and Innovation Interest (MP)

  1. Human Resource Management (4 credits)
  2. Organizational Behaviour and Culture (4 credits)
  3. Organizational Change Management (4 credits)
  4. Public Financing (4 credits)
  5. Public Service Reform and Innovation (4 credits)
  6. Supply Chain Management/Knowledge Management and Innovation/Public Sector and Innovation Ecosystem (4 credits)
  7. Marketing for Public Sector (4 credits)
  8. Public Private Partnership (4 credits)
  9. Climate Change and Disaster Management (4 credits)

Governance and Public Policy (PP)

  1. Policy Formulation and Advocacy (4 credits)
  2. Managing Conflict in Public Policy (4 credits)
  3. Decision Making Techniques (4 credits)
  4. New Media and Policy Making (4 credits)
  5. Policy Implementation (4 credits)
  6. Policy Monitoring and Evaluation (4 credits)
  7. Urban Governance and Global Cities (4 credits)
  8. RIA (Regulatory Impact Assessment) (4 credits)
  9. Gendering Public Policy (4 credits)

 

Electives (3 courses, 9 credits)

 

 

The program offers wide variety of learning approaches and innovations, such as full delivery in English, contemporary curriculum, student-centered and research-based learning, experiental learning, international exposure activities, and career development advisory.

 

International Exposure

As partial fullfilment of undergraduate degree in public policy and management, students are required to take one semester abroad in our partner universities, or to undertake internship in  internationally-linked institutions. IUP DPPM will facilitate credit transfer for students who intend to take the semester(s) abroad, either for exchange programs, or double degree.

 

Learning Facilities

Course materials, fully-equipped class room, e-learning facilities, studios/laboratory, library with access to international journals, student lounge, free high-speed internet access, student service office.