The implementation of CRSSP curriculum for undergraduate program is based on learning objectives (PLOs) that are formulated to produce a qualified and competent graduate. CRSSP curriculum is designed to be taken for 8 semesters (4 years), with maximum allowable study period is 7 years; according to Ministry of
Research, Technology and Higher Education Regulation No. 44 of 2015 about National Standards of Higher Education, article 16. The hierarchy of CRSSP is structured based on the course codes, which is a representation of the year of courses offered, main field of the course, and courses sequence. The first digit of the course code represents the year of the course offered; the second represents the main field of the courses; and the third and fourth digits represent the sequence of the courses within its corresponding main field.
|Course Code: GKP|
|First Digit: Year of subject||First Year (semester 1 & 2)||1|
|Second Year (semester 3 & 4)||2|
|Third Year (semester 5 & 6)||3|
|Fourth year (semester 7 & 8)||4|
|The main field of Department||Remote Sensing||2|
|Geographic Information System||3|
|Third and Fourth Digit: The sequence of courses listed in Table 3|
Table 1. CRSSP course code conventions
The courses offered at CRSSP are designed to produce graduates that not only knowledgeable in the fields of Cartography and Remote Sensing but also have excellent personalities. Therefore, the curriculum contents of courses to build the knowledge in the field of Cartography and Remote Sensing, which shown in lectures and practicums in a structured manner, and personality development courses, such as: Religion Study, Soft skills (Success skills), Pancasila Education, Civic Education, Entrepreneurship, and Contextual Religious Studies.
|Compulsory Courses||Courses||Total SKS|
|University||Pancasila Education (2), Religion Study (2), Civic Education (2), Indonesian Language (2), Community Service (3)||11|
|Faculty||Cartography (2/1), Introduction to Geography (2), Geology (2), Human Geography (3), Biogeography (2), Meteorology and Climatology (2), Remote Sensing (2/1), Geomorphology (2/1), Regional Science (2), Hidrology (2), Geographic Information System (2/1), Regional Geography of Indonesia (2/1), Soil Science (2/1), Field Work 1 (3)||36|
|Department||Geographic Information Science Profession and Industry (1), Field Work 2: Geospatial Data Acquisition for Building Regional Database (3), Applied Statistic (2/1), Research Methods in Geographic Information Science (2), Field Work 3: Geospatial Analysis and Modelling (3) Research Proposal (2), Research Proposal Seminar (1), Undergraduate Thesis (6)||21|
|CRSSP||Physics of Waves and Optics (2), Land Surveying (2/1), Photogrammetry (2/1), Photographic Remote Sensing System (2/1), Thematic Cartography (2/1), Passive Non-Photographic Remote Sensing System (2/1), Remote Sensing Digital Image Processing (2/1), Spatial Database and Data Infrastructure (2/1), Algorithm and Programming (2/1), Management of Surveying and Mapping (2/1)||29|
|Elective Courses||Elective courses according to the list of 2017 CRSSP Curriculum courses||82|
To be able to graduate from CRSSP undergraduate (S1) Program, students must take a minimum of 144 credits, divided into 108 SKS of compulsory courses and 36 SKS of elective courses (out of a total of 71 SKS of elective courses offered). This is equivalent to 214 – 230 ECTS (1 SKS ≈ 1.49 ECTS). The credits that must be taken by CRSSP students except from the compulsory courses from the university are 101 credits, which consist of 85 theory credits and 16 practicum credits. While the courses offered as an option are 82 credits, consisting of 62 theory credits and 20 practical credits. The ratio between compulsory and elective courses is around 55:45. Course composition and SKS in the 2017 curriculum for undergraduate of CRSSP are presented in the following Table:
|Field||Courses with code|
|Cartography||Cartography (01), Map Projection (02), Land Surveying (03), Topographic Mapping and Toponymic Survey (04), Thematic Cartography (05), Digital Cartography (06), Management of Surveying and Mapping (07), Analytical Cartography (08), Visualization of Geospatial Information (09)|
|Remote Sensing||Physics of Waves and Optics (01), Remote Sensing (02),Photogrammetry (03), Photographic Remote Sensing System (04), Passive Non-Photographic Remote Sensing System (05), Digital Image Processing (06), Active Remote Sensing System (07), Remote Sensing of Landscape Ecology (08), Remote Sensing of Lithosphere (09), Remote Sensing for Hydrology and Watershed Management (10), Remote Sensing for Urban Studies (11), Image-Based Terrain Analysis and Evaluation (12), Coastal and Ocean Remote Sensing (13), Remote Sensing of Atmosphere and Climate Change (14), Geoinformation of Health (15), Remote Sensing and GIS for Regional Development (16)|
|Geographic Information System||Geographic Information System (01), Spatial Database and Data Infrastructure (02), Algorithm and Programming (03), Spatial Analysis and Modelling (04), Spatial Programming (05), Spatial Data Mining (06), Geospatial Information Technology (07)|
At present, CRSSP is operating two curriculum simultaneously, which is 2012 curriculum and 2017 curriculum, as in 2017 CRSSP revised the curriculum to accommodate the OBE (Outcome Based Education) and SKKNI (Indonesian National Work Competency Standards). The syllabus in each curriculum and the rules of change can be seen in the following link.