Course Specifications
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course specifications

The LSP considers that course specification is an important part of academic staff accountability to students. For this reason, every member of academic staff has a responsibility to provide and inform the students regarding his or her respective course specification. In general, course specification is updated every year through academic staffs meeting to adjust the courses with the reason legal issues development. One of the Course Specification sample is Administrative law, as represented below:

Name of Program

Legal Study

Course Title

Administrative Law

Name of Teaching Staff

1. Prof.Dr. Abdul Razak, S.H., M.H.

2. Dr.AnshoriIlyas, S.H., M.H.

3. Dian Utami Mas Bakar, S.H., M.H.

Course Code



Credit Hours

4 credits

Course Description

This course discusses the history of Administrative Law, the relationship between Administrative Law and other fields of law, the nature of Administrative Law in different types of countries, the characteristics of Administrative Law, terminology, sources of Administrative Law, the nature and function of government authority, government actions, government instruments, General Principles of Good Governance (GPGG), legal standing of public officials, control, deviations of government actions, administrative law enforcement, administrative sanctions.

Expected Learning Outcomes

A1, K4, G1, S1.

Learning Objective Course

After studying this course, students can analyse basic concepts in state administration or in the context of governance as a basis in solving legal problems especially in the field of government (executive).

Course Schedule


Teaching Methods

  1. Opening the course, students consent to the course contract.

Course opening, explaining about:

  1. Course contract
  2. Course identity and prospects
  3. Course description
  4. Course objective

Interactive Lecture

Literature Search

  1. Students are able to describe the historical relationship of  Administrative Law and the concept of welfare state


a. Brief history of Administrative Law.

b. Relationship between Administrative Law:

  • Constitutional Law
  • Criminal Law
  • Civil Law
  • Interactive Lecture


  1. Idem



  1. Students are able to distinguish the development and characteristics of Administrative Law in different types of states.

The Nature State Administrative Law and Country Types

  1. Country Type definition and criterion.
  2. State Administrative Law and liberal state type.
  3. Administrative Law and the type of modern welfare state.
  • Interactive Lecture
  • Independent Assignment



  1. Idem



  1. Students are able to elaborate the characteristics of  Administrative Law.

Administrative Law Characteristics:

  1. Definition.
  2. Scope of Administrative Law.
  3. Function and Objective of Administrative Law.
  4. Special Administrative Law and General Administration Law
  • Interactive Lecture
  • Discussion


  1. Idem



8. Students are able to differentiate the use of various Administrative Law terms and the development of the term in various developed countries.


  1. Various terms
  2. Search for common term.
  3. Terms in various developed countries:
  • The development of terminology in France

In the UK, the Netherlands, the United States, Australia and Indonesia.

  • Material Review
  • Interactive Lecture



  1. Idem



  1. Students are able to describe the sources of  Administrative Law

Sources of State Administrative Law

  1. Definition of sources of law
  2. Various sources of law
  3. Sources of substantive and procedural law.
  • Interactive Lecture



  1. Idem



  1. Students are able to describe the nature, function and authority of government

Nature, Function and authority of government.

  1. Nature of government
  2. Function of government
  3. Authority of government

                          i.            Basic concept of authority

                        ii.            Fundamentals of government authority

                      iii.            How to gain authority

                      iv.            Freedom of action (discretion)

  • Interactive Lecture
  • Discussion


  1. Idem



  1. Students are able to describe/group all kinds of government actions

Government activities/actions

  1. Various forms of government actions
  2. Constitution legal actions
  3. Beschikking:

             i.            Definition

           ii.            Provisional terms

         iii.            Various types of provisions

         iv.            The legal power of provisions

           v.            Opposition to Provisions

  • Interactive Lecture


  1. Idem



  1. Idem



  1. Mid-Test



18.Students are able to distinguish principles in government instruments

Government instruments:

  1. Definition of government instruments
  2. Legislation
  3. Policy rules (Beleidregels)

                          i.            Basic Concept

                        ii.            Characteristic and its Practice

  • Lecture’s Review
  • Interactive Lecture



19. Idem



20. Students are able to describe the concept of licensing.


  1. Definition
  2. Elements of licensing
  3. Licensing function and objective
  4. Form and content of licensing
  • Interactive Lecture
  • Discussion


21. Idem



22. Students are able to describe the Good Governance Principles (GPGG).


Good Governance Principles.

  1. Term, Definition, and Position of  the Good Governance Principles.
  2. The emergence history of the emergence of Good Governance Principles
  3. Division and types of Good Governance Principles.


  1. Idem



24.Students are able to distinguish the legal standing of public officials

Legal standing of public officials.

  1. Political official
  2. Civil Servant
  3. Judges and Employees of State Owned Company/Regional Owned Company.
  • Material Review
  • Interactive Lecture
  • Discussion
  1. Idem



  1. Students are able to distinguish form of control that can be done by the government


  1. Internal and External Control
  2. Preventive and Repressive Control
  3. Legal Control
  • Quiz
  • Interactive Lecture
  • Case Study
  1. Idem



  1. Students are able to distinguish deviations of government action.

Deviations of government action.

  1. Wrongful Government act.
  2. b.    Detournement de pouvoir (Abuse of Power)
  3. c.     Daad van willekiur
  4. d.    Exes de Pouvoir (Excess of Power)


  • Interactive Lecture


  1. Idem.



  1. Students are able to establish administrative sanctions on a case-by-case basis

Administrative Law enforcement and sanctions :

  1. Definition
  2. General sanctions
  3. Administrative sanctions
  4. Cumulative sanctions
  • Interactive Lecture
  • Case Study


  1. Idem



  1. Final Exam

Written Test


Assessment and Grading Rules

  • The paper consists of at least 5 pages and no more than 8 pages.
  • Papers should be based on literature; books, or journals using footnotes (not allowed to quote from the internet).
  • References: Papers should be based on literature from books or journals (not allowed to quote from the internet).
  • Each quotation is given footnote
  • Outcome of task criteria generated / worked:

-          The task is done in the form of paper spaces 1.5, margin: left 4 top 4 right 3 bottom 3, Times New Roman font type, font size 12 and using A4 size paper;

-          Unbound papers.

  • Accuracy of systematic writing (score 25).
  • Accuracy of material content (score 50).

Textbook and References

  1. Ridwan HR, 2003, HukumAdministrasi Negara, UII Press, Yogyakarta.
  2. Diana Halim Koentjoro, 2004, HukumAdministrasi Negara, Ghalia Indonesia, Yakarta.
  3. Sadjijono, 2008, MemahamiBeberapa Bab PokokHukumAdministrasi Negara, LaksBangPrescindo, Yogyakarta.
  4. Philipus M. Hadjon, 2001, PengantarHukumAdministrasi Indonesia, GadjahMada University Press, Yogyakarta.
  5. SafriNugrahadkk, 2007, HukumAdministrasi Negara, CenterFor Law and Good Governance Studies (CLGS) FH-UI, Jakarta.
  6. SF. Marbundkk, 2001, Dimensi-dimensiPemikiranHukumAdministrasi Negara, UII Press, Yogyakarta.
  7. SF. Marbundkk, 1987, Pokok-PokokHukumAdministrasi Negara, Liberty, Yogyakarta.
  8. Daru P. Dharmo (AlihBahasa) , 1983, Administrasi Negara, Erlangga, Yakarta.
  9. InuKencanaSyafiie, 2006, SistemAdministrasi Negara, BumiAksara, Yogyakarta.
  10. AmrahMuslimin, 1980, BeberapaAzas-AzasdanPengertian-PengertianPokoktentangAdministrasidanHukumAdministrasi, Alumni, Bandung.
  11. W.F. Prins, 1978, PengantarIlmuHukumAdministrasi Negara,  PradnyaParamita. Jakarta.
  12. Lutfi Effendi, 2004, Pokok-PokokHukumAdministrasi, Bayu Media Publishing, Malang.
  13. PrajudiAtmosudirdjo, 1981, HukumAdministrasi Negara, Ghalia Indonesia, Jakarta.
  14. Bachsan Mustafa, 1979, Pokok-PokokHukumAdministrasi Negara, Alumni, Bandung.
  15. E. Utrech, 1960, PengantarHukumAdministrasi Negara,  FHUI, Jakarta.

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