A. Course Requirements

  1. All the lecturers in charge of the course deliver the study contract at the beginning of the semester.
  2. Students are required to fill attendance presences.
  3. Students are expected to attend lectures at least 75% of attendance, if not qualified, students are not allowed to take the exam.
  4. Students must follow lectures and academic activities.
  5. Students maintain a smooth educational process.
  6. Students must perform the tasks given by lecturers and actively participate in the discussion.

B. Course Exam Requirements

  1. The test is done by case analysis method with the latest cases by the development of the field.
  2. Students are required to collect the case analysis task as a test.
  3. Students present both group and individual tasks depending on the type of exam.
  4. Case analysis is carried out by loading the development of governmental studies.
  5. Attendance presence> 75%.
  6. Students who have a C score are required to repeat without following the course.
  7. Students who earn D grades are required to repeat by following the usual lecture process.

C. Implementation

  1. Learning Activities consists of (1) Lecture on face-to-face classes with lecturers composed of experts, practitioners, and academics, (2) Tutorials or case discussions, (3) Teleconference Activities, and (4) Field Site Teaching (FST) visit government institutions / other relevant places.
  2. Lecturers give some cases as material discussion.
  3. Lecturers involve students actively in lecturing process.
  4. Cases are integrated into each course.
  5. The Teaching Team makes the test questions in the form of case analysis.
  6. The exam score is a composite of the final value and value during the process.

D. Monitoring and Evaluation

  1. For the smooth implementation of the lecture then appointed the person in charge of the semester, the person in charge of the course and the assistant in charge of the semester.
  2. To maintain the academic quality, coordination will be held at the first meeting and will be evaluated at the last meeting of the semester with all the responsible subjects.
  3. To know the problem in the field (night lecture activities) then supervised by night alternately by the manager.

E. Problem

  1. Team Teaching have difficulties to make some cases that integrated with several courses
  2. Student's textbook is still a collection of references that come from various sources owned by Master Program of Government Affaris and Administration UMY.

F. Follow Up

  1. Conducted discussions with government practitioners to make integration cases, sending lecturers to attend workshops according to their competence.
  2. Encourage lecturers to create and publish textbooks stimulated through subsidized book-making budgets.
Course Material

Before the meeting is held, the Master Study Program of Governmental Science prepares the course schedule and lecturers based their focus study. Lecturers then prepare the following matters:

  1. The lecturers prepare and discuss the existing Semester Learning Plan (RPS) of lectures, discussions with other lecturers, and consider input from alumni, users, and other stakeholders in meetings conducted before the start of the meeting. RPS includes learning outcomes, student end-ability, learning matrix, task design, and student assessment. The learning matrix follows the following format:

Learning Matrix Format

Meeting to  Final Ability Expected Study Materials Material / Subject Learning Strategies Assessment Criteria (Indicators) Weight

Matrix learning above is a format that can be used as a reference for students who follow the course and also as a tool of control of lecturers in running the lecture. The RPS should be delivered by the lecturers first encountered by the students as part of the lecture contract. The lecture contract is also agreed upon the rules of the lecture. The RPS is the basis for evaluation of the lecture material by comparing the RPS with the lecturer teaching attendance recap containing the material taught.

B. Implementation

The lecturing is conducted based on the RPS that has been agreed by lecturers. In general, there are several methods or learning strategies run by lecturers:

  1. Lecture.
  2. Seminar / Discussion / Presentation.
  3. Practicum / Field Studies.
  4. Computer Aided Learning.
  5. Learning.

C. Student Achievement Evaluation

Evaluation of student achievement by Master of Government Affairs and Administrations as follows:

  1. Evaluation of student progress done by lecturers with reference to the Student Achievement Appraisal Assessment System set by the MGAA listed in the RPS. Appraisal system of student achievement progress using interval scale. To obtain a precise and more appreciative assessment, the assessment standard based on the Decision of the Rector of Muhammadiyah University of Yogyakarta Number: 052 / SK-UMY / XII / 2014 About Academic Standards of Graduate Program of Muhammadiyah University of Yogyakarta ie scale A, B, C, D and E. where A (value 80-100), B (Value 60-79), C (Value 50-59), D (Value 20-39), E (Value 0-19).
  2. Schedule of Competency Exam implementation in accordance with the RPS of each course.
  3. Related to the graduation requirements, the student is declared finished studying in Master Program of Governmental Science UMY and is entitled to join the graduation judiciary if it has fulfilled all the following requirements: (1) Submitting the registration by filling in the blank provided by the study program. (2) Has taken courses in 45 SKS curriculum. (3) Have followed the pre-draft proposal, exam proposal, research seminar, and thesis exam. (4) Yudisium. (5) Submit copy of Active Student Card. (6) Free of SPP and DPP arrears.


First Semester

Courses Credit
Public Policy and Governance 3
Theory of Governmental Politics 3
Public Sector Management 3
Public Financial Management 3
Government Research Methods 3
ICT Politics and Governance 3
Total Credits 18


Second Semester

Courses Credit
Legislation Politics 3
Regional Autonomy 3
Government Ethics 3
Public Service Management 3
Selected Course I 3
Selected Course II 3
Total Credits 18


Third Semester

Courses Credit
Thesis 9
Total Credits 9


Selected Courses

Courses Credit
Human Resources Management 3
Government Buraucracy Reform 3
Accountability of Public Sector 3
Leadership and Networking 3
Democracy and Civil Society 3
Electoral System and Political Parties 3
Political Communication 3
Disaster Mitigation and Preparedness 3
Conflict Resolution and Peace 3