The curriculum is prepared based on the Indonesian Qualifications Framework (KKNI) which is regulated in Presidential Regulation Number 8 of 2012, SN Dikti, Rector’s Regulation on Management of Bachelor Degree, and UNS Curriculum Guidelines. The Program curriculum contains courses and academic activities for eight semesters or four years to obtain a Bachelor of Education degree.
In 2020, the Ministry of Education and Culture issued a policy of the Emancipation Learning Program (Merdeka Belajar Kampus Merdeka or MBKM) that is regulated in SN Dikti and updated through MEC Regulation No. 3 of 2020. MBKM focuses on expanding opportunities for students to do independent work, and exposure to mobility by doing internships in small or medium industries, research institutions, government offices, and rural communities, or applying knowledge in independent projects. In addition, students have the opportunity to take courses in other study programs at UNS and study programs outside UNS, both at domestic and overseas universities. Guidelines for the MBKM Curriculum in link.
Based on this policy, students have the opportunity to take MBKM for a maximum of three semesters outside the study program, equivalent to a maximum of 20 credits. The curriculum is fully documented in the Study Program Curriculum Document and contained in the UNS Curriculum Guidebook, which is given to all Lecturers, administrative staff, and Study Program students. The curriculum contains PLO which is arranged according to the scientific vision, field of knowledge, profile of work/graduates, and course structure. The formulation of learning outcomes is based on KKNI level 6 and has been adjusted to the agreement of the Study Program associations. The Program curriculum is prepared to refer to the vision, mission, and objectives of the Bachelor Degree of Physics Education which are described in the form of PLO. The Study Program has a curriculum team in charge of conducting curriculum reviews and formulating PLO.