Doctor in Civic Education

Doctor in Civic Education

General Information

 

 

Name of Study Program

Doctor Program in Civic Education

Management Unit of the Study Program

The School of Postgraduate Studies

Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia

Address

Jln. Dr. Setiabudhi 229 Bandung Indonesia, Pos code: 40154

Phone/Fax

+62-022-2013163/2004985

Homepage and Email Address

www.pkn.upi.edu

Date of Study Program Establishment

August 15, 2008 based on the Degree Number of UPI Rector:  4879/H40/PP/2008. Extension of Operating Licence by Degree Number of UPI Rector: 4114/UN40/PI/2016 dated May 9, 2016.

Recent Accreditation Ranking

A (score: 362) based on the Decree Number: 009/BAN-PT/Ak-XI/S3/VII/2012 (July 27, 2012)       

Degree Title Awarded

Dr  (Doktor Pendidikan Kewarganegaraan)- equivalent to Doctor in Civic Education

Admission Requirements

Masterr’s Degree GPA of 2,75

a TOEFL score of 500 or its equivalents and Passing the English and Academic Aptitude Tests.

Length of Study

7 Years (14 Semesters)

Total Credit Requirements

47

Graduation Requirements

A Minimum  GPA of 3.00, A TOEFL score of 500.

Social Science Publication in a Journal or Proceeding of National or International Seminar.

Further Education

The Doctoral Program of Civic Education (DP-CE) of the School of Post- Graduate Studies Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia (SPs UPI or Indonesia University of Education) was established in the academic year 2008-2009 based on UPI Rector Decision Number: 4879/H40/PP/2008.

The DP-CE of the School of Post-Graduate Studies of Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia (SPs UPI or Indonesia University of Education) was established in the academic year of 2008-2009 based on the Decree of Rector UPI Number: 4879/H40/PP/2008. The PD-CE Study Program is established to meet the needs of practitioners and experts in developing civic education programs so that they have a good understanding of civic education, are able to adapt to community life, and are able to solve societal, national, and state problems in the context of civic education .

DP-CE has a commitment to build and develop civic education in order to support UPI program as an institution that focuses its study in the field of education. In addition, DP-CE consistently develops UPI programs in academic and non-academic fields that include education and teaching, research and community service to address challenges and meet community needs at local, regional and global levels.

DP-CE aims to prepare students to become educator (lecturer), researcher, developer, and practitioner in the field of civic education who have: (1) a broad insight into the scholarship of civic education; (2) the ability of civic education expertise in depth; (3) ability in research, development, planning, and management of education and learning of Civics and disseminating educational and research result to fulfill society need.

The expected leaning outcomes for the Doctor’s Degree in Civic Education Study Program of the School of Post-Graduate Studies of UPI cover a range of abilities as follows:

Skills

Learning Outcomes

Teaching and Learning Approach

Knowledge

a)   Solving the problems of citizenship, politics, law, statehood, history of the nation’s struggle and the values, moral, culture and philosophy of Pancasila through inter-, multi-, or transdisciplinary approaches, characterized by the creation of works potentially applicable in solving them.

b)   Developing the usefulness of science of civic education to be applied to a wider scope.

c)   Undertaking deepening or expanding the science of civic education by producing models, methods, theoretical development that is accurate, tested, innovative, and can be published scientifically in accredited national or international scientific journals;

Discussion, Critical Analysis, Inquiry based learning, Project based learning, collaborative learning, cooperative learning.

Specific skills

Contributing to planning a research roadmap in the field of civic education and / or research and development in scholarship through an inter-,  multi-, or transdisciplinary approach.

Discussion, Critical Analysis, Inquiry based learning, Project based learning, collaborative learning, cooperative learning.

Communication ability

Being able to disseminate research results and innovations in the area of civic education at the local,  regional, national dan international levels.

Inquiry based learning, Project based learning, collaborative learning, cooperative learning

Managerial ability

Leading a working group to solve complex civic education problems in a particular field or manage civic education as a democratic laboratory.

Critical Analysis, Self direct learning, Teaching practice

Attitude

Acquiring the ability in cooperation, leadership, caring about, and  responsibility for the improvement of the quality of social life based on local, national, and universal values.

Critical Analysis, Self direct learning, Teaching practice

Lifelong learning skills

Planning, managing resources and evaluating the implementation of the program under its responsibility by utilizing the scholarship of civic education to produce organizational strategic development steps.

Critical Analysis, Self direct learning

The teaching and learning approach applied is a UPI educational philosophy as follows scientific, educative, and religious principles as well as silih asih (loving each other), silih asah (teaching each other), and silih asuh (caring for each other)

The required course groups and total credits for the students of the Doctorr’s Degree in Civic Education Study Program are listed in the following table.

No.

Course Group

Total Credits

Percentage

1.

Foundation of Civic Education

4

8,5

2.

Research in Civic Education

16

34,04

3.

Recent Development and Innovations in Civic Education

12

25,53

4.

Specialization

15

31,91

 

Total

47

100

This program is a doctor by coursework with research component as capstone project.

    

Assessment for each subject refers to the UPI Manual of Education Management. The assessment component is documented in the syllabus and the semester learning plan of each course and this assessment reflects the students’ learning outcomes and the completeness of the curriculum implementation. Components of assessment of learning outcomes are generally obtained through midterm and semester exams, paper preparation tasks, presentations, portfolio performance, and book analysis reports.

In addition to the assessment of the course, the course is assessed through a qualification exam that will determine whether the student is qualified to continue study or not. Students can take this exam if they have completed at least 24 credits of the course and have a minimum TOEFL score of 500. Materials included in the qualification examination consist of pedagogic content, civic education content, and knowledge of research methods.  Students are declared to pass the qualification examination if they obtain a minimum score of 3,00.  Those who have not gained the minimum score are allowed to take a remedial examination in the following month after the first qualification examination.  Those who do not pass the second qualification examination will be considered to have dropped out of the program.

Completion of doctor’s disertation is required for the doctor’s degree.  The disertation writing process begins with the making of research proposal supervised by a supervising lecturer and followed by a seminar of the thesis proposal reviewed by three lecturers.  Following this seminar, students can conduct the research and disertation writing with the help of two or three supervising lecturers.  Upon the completion of the disertation, students will take a disertation defense, which is divided into First Disertation Defense and Second Disertation Defense or Disertation Promotion.

Further information reagrding the Doctor’s Degree in Civic Education Study Program can be found in:

  1. UPI’s Academic Guidelines (http://sps.upi.edu)
  2. Book of Curriculum 2016 of Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia
  3. Leaflet/brochures of the Doctor’s Degree in Civic Education Study Program
  4. Website of UPI’s School Post-Graduate Studies (http://sps.upi.edu)
  5. Website of the Doctor’s Degree in Civic Education Study Program (http://sps.upi.edu)