Program Specification
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PROGRAM SPECIFICATION

The LSP is committed to provide accurate and transparent information to stakeholders on the core business of LSP. For this reason, the LSP always updates the program specification on a regular basis through coordination meeting of LSP’s leaders. The content of the program specification generally follows the format provided by the university, but LSP has added some important information such as graduate profiles and job opportunities to provide more comprehensive information to the respective stakeholders. The detail of program specification of LSP is given in the following table.

Programme Specification

Program title

Legal Study  Programme

Awarding Body/Institution

Hasanuddin University

Teaching Institution

Hasanuddin University

Postal Address

Faculty of Law, Hasanuddin University, KampusUnhasTamalanrea, Makassar 90245

Details of the accreditation by a professional or statutory body

National Accreditation Agency for Higher Education (NAAHE) – A -

Name of the final award

Bachelor of Law  in Legal Science (Sarjana Hukum/SH)

Number of Lecturers

79

Number of Professors

30

Expected Learning Outcomes

  1. Having integrity and legal professional ethics based on values of Pancasila.
  2. Demonstrate an understanding of General Knowledge.
  3. Demonstrate a basic understanding of basic laws.
  4. Demonstrate a mastery of procedural laws (procedural criminal law, procedural civil law, and procedural administrative law).
  5. Demonstrate mastery of substantive laws (criminal law, civil law, international law, administrative law, constitutional law).
  6. Ability to think critically, logically and systematically.
  7. Ability to perform oral and written communication.
  8. Ability to work individually and collectively.
  9. Ability to conduct legal research to construct legal arguments.
  10. Ability to perform legal negotiation and mediation.
  11. Ability to provide legal advice and solutions.
  12. Ability to construct legislative drafting and contract.

Admission requirements to the programme

Graduated from high schools or equivalent

Passing the national (SNMPTN or SBMPTN) or university entrance test

See: https://unhas.ac.id/pmb

Annual Student Intake

400 students per year

Teaching, Learning and Assessment Strategies

Teaching strategies generally apply student-centred learning with a focus on making students more active in thinking critically and in problem-solving.

Assessment strategies focuses on the fulfilling of the ELOs using various assessment methods such as assignments, exams, class discussion, individual or group presentation, and quizzes.

Credit Hours

Minimum: 144 credits

Study Mode

Full Time

Study Duration

4 Years (8 Semesters), Maximum: 7 Years

Additional Course Rules

10 credit hours of elective courses provided

Drop Out Rule

A minimum of 48 credits must be passed by the 2nd year within 4 semesters and must not exceed 7 years of study

Program Structure and Content

During the 1st year, students learn general knowledge to support their understanding of Law and Basic Law to establish a framework of thinking to understand legal substantive and procedural law.

During the 2nd year, students learn to strengthen their understanding of substantive and procedural law.

During the 3rd year, students learn more advanced legal concepts and their implementation.

During the 4th year, students learn to construct their understanding of substantive and procedural law based on their interests as well as their final project.

Special Requirements

n/a

Subject Benchmark

American Bar Association (http://www.americanbar.org)

Graduate Profiles

  1. Legal Enforcer;
  2. Legal Consultant; and
  3. Legal Drafter.

Job Opportunities

  1. Lawyer;
  2. Prosecutor;
  3. Judge;
  4. Government Institution; and
  5. Business entities;

Campus Facilities

Multimedia Classrooms, Laboratory, Moot Courts, Internet Connection, Cafeteria/Canteen, Photocopy Centre, Law Bookstore, Reading Rooms, Conference Halls, Student Centre Rooms, Faculty Lounge, and Common Area (Gazebo).

Academic Staff

Total academic staff 78 persons. Most of them hold Ph.D Degree (52 Persons). 30 persons have an academic title of Professor.

Date at which the Programme Specification was revised

July 2017