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Doctoral Degree in Physical Education Study Program

The Physical Education doctoral degree program was established in 1993 as stated in the Decree of Establishment Number 590 on Establishment of Program/Higher Education/Kep/1993 and Decree Number 711/M2020 on the Change of the Name of the Study Program. The Physical Education doctoral study program obtained an A accreditation based on the BAN-PT Decree Number 006/SK/BAN-PT/Akred/D/2015. This accreditation rating is valid starting 2015. The degree awarded to students who have completed the doctoral degree in Physical Education is Doctor.

The Physical Education doctoral study program observes the same UNJ academic calendar. Starting in September and ending in August of the following year, each academic calendar consists of an odd semester, an even semester, and an intermediate semester. The odd semester starts in September and ends in February, while the even semester starts in March and ends in August of the same year. The doctoral education observes the rector’s regulations regarding the academic regulations and guidelines for UNJ Postgraduate Program.

The curriculum, which is detailed in the Academic Guidebook, is a set of plans and arrangements regarding the objectives, content, teaching materials, and methods used as guidelines for implementing learning activities to achieve the educational goals. The curriculum is designed and developed for each study program based on the national higher education standards, teacher education standards, Indonesian National Qualification Frameworks (KKNI), and international quality standards. The curriculum design and development also takes into account the demands and global challenges (scientific vision), the needs of the society (societal needs), the needs of the stakeholders (stakeholders need), and the demands of business and industry, as well as the principle of self-evaluation in a comprehensive manner.

NO NAME STATUS
1 Prof. Dr. Firmansyah Dlis, M.Pd.​ Full-Time Lecturer
2 Prof. Dr. Moch. Asmawi, M.Pd. Full-Time Lecturer
3 Prof. Dr. dr. James Tangkudung, SportMed., M.Pd. Full-Time Lecturer
4 Prof. Dr. Achmad Sofyan Hanif, M.Pd. Full-Time Lecturer
5 Prof. Dr. Dr. Widiastuti, M.Pd. Full-Time Lecturer
6 Dr. Eko Widodo, M.Si. Full-Time Lecturer
  1. to promote openness and responsiveness to changes and advances in science, especially in academic education and sports professionalism;
  2. to promote the mastery of theoretical approaches, concepts, and paradigms that best suit the field of physical education;
  3. to identify problems in the science and technology in sports and the latest developments in physical education.
  4. to promote the mastery of knowledge and skills in academic education and professionalism in sports programs to find answers and solve complex problems, including cross-disciplinary ones;
  5. to disseminate thoughts and ideas in the field of physical education to colleagues, institutions, and the wider community; and
  6. to produce experts in the field of physical education who can improve professional education services through research and development in the field of physical education through scientific reasoning.
  1. Able to develop new knowledge about pedagogical theory, literacy, the benefits of technology and / or new arts about information in the field of physical education, to produce solutions for improving the quality of life in society, nation and state through interdisciplinary or multidisciplinary and transdisciplinary approaches;
  2. Able to develop physical education science or professional practice through research to produce creative, original and tested work in the field of physics;
  3. Able to solve science, technology and or related arts problems in the field of physical education based on pedagogical theory, literacy, information technology through scientific methods with an interdisciplinary or multidisciplinary and transdisciplinary approach that internalizes academic values, norms and ethics;
  4. Able to develop new theories in innovative learning by applying didactic-pedagogical concepts and principles in physical education by utilizing education science and technology oriented to life skills and contributing to improving environmental quality and human quality;
  5. Able to manage, lead and develop research and development that is beneficial to the science of physical education and for the benefit of humans, and is able to get national and international recognition.

General Subjects

Code Course  Credit
99009 113 Advanced Philosophy of Science 3 credits
99009123 Advanced Research Methodology 3 credits
99009133 Advanced Statistics 3 credits
99009143 Indexed Scientific Article Writing (Academic Writing) 3 credits

 

Expertise Subjects

Code Course  Credit
99049113 Development of Teaching Methodology and Physical Education Exercise and Sports 3 credits
99049123 System Development, Curriculum Design, and Analysis of Physical Education and Sports 3 credits
99029133 Comparative Analysis of Physical Education and Sports Management 33 credits
99029143 Development of the Sociological Dimension in Physical Education and Sports 3 credits
99029153 Mental Training Development, Psychometric and High Performance 3 credits
99029163 New Orientation in Pedagogy 3 credits
99029173 Physical Education Colloquium 3 credits

 

Elective Subjects

Code Course  Credit
99029413 Comparison of Physical Education and Sports Systems 3 credits
99029423 Systems Thinking Physical Education Sport and Olympics 3 credits
99029433 E-learning and Big Data in Sports Education 3 credits
99179523 Strategic Process and Decision Making 3 credits
99049013 Strategic Leadership 3 credits
Choose 1 (one) course from the preferred courses available

 

Matriculation 

Code Course  Credit
99069013 The Foundation of Education* 3 credits

Note: *held before the start of the semester

 

Dissertation

Code Course Credit
99009917 Dissertation 15 credits

The Doctoral Program in Physical Education Study Program accredited “A” at National Accreditation Organization for Higher Education, Decree Number 006/SK/BAN-PT/Akred/D/I/2015, valid until January 20, 2020. (currently in the accreditation process)

The foundation of the development of the Postgraduate curriculum of Universitas Negeri Jakarta(UNJ), namely (a) Law No. 12 of 2012 on Higher Education, (b) Presidential Regulation No. 8/2012 on the Indonesian National Qualification Framework (KKNI), (c) Permendikbud No. 73/2013 on the Application of KKNI in Higher Education, (d) Government Regulation No. 4/2014 on The Implementation of Higher Education and Higher Education Management, as well as (e) Decree No. 3 of 2020 on National Standards of Higher Education (SNPT), Referring to the policy, the doctoral program curriculum is at level 9 (nine).

The POSTGRADUATE CURRICULUM of UNJ is encompassed in graduate Learning achievements (CPL), including aspects of attitude, special skill, and knowledge formulated based on SNPT Year 2020 and descriptor KKNI level 9 (nine) aspects of attitude. Graduate learning achievements (CPL) are spelled out into courses specific to the course, covering attitude, knowledge, general skills, and special skills. The Curriculum of Doctoral Study Program was developed based on Outcome Base Education (OBE) of international standards. This curriculum was developed oriented towards the occupational/professional map within the Indonesian National Qualification Framework (KKNI) of each Study Program that can be equalized with international qualifications. Qualification is stipulated in the Certificate of Competency Accompanying Diploma (SKPI), so graduates of the study program have international-grade qualifiers. The UNJ Postgraduate Curriculum contains the main number of courses grouped into matriculation courses, General Courses, major courses, and choose courses.

The expected qualifications of graduates of the UNJ Graduate Doctoral Program are the ability to manage and lead research based on interdisciplinary, multidisciplinary, and/or transdisciplinary analysis. To achieve these graduates’ qualifications, the learning process at Postgraduate UNJ is conducted in face-to-face lectures and/or blended learning, seminars, practicum, response, research, studio practices, workshop practices, or field practices, seminar. The qualifications expected from graduates of the UNJ Postgraduate Doctoral Program are in accordance with the KKNI level 9, including: (1) Able to develop new knowledge about pedagogical theory, literacy, the benefits of technology and / or new arts of doctoral program expertise, to produce solutions for improving the quality of life in society, nation and state through interdisciplinary or multidisciplinary and transdisciplinary approaches; (2) Able to develop science, technology, and the arts of the doctoral program or professional practice through research to produce creative, original, and tested works; (3) Able to solve science, technology and or related arts problems in the field of doctoral programs based on pedagogical theory, literacy, information technology through scientific methods with an interdisciplinary or multidisciplinary and transdisciplinary approach that internalizes academic values, norms and ethics; (4) Able to manage, and lead and develop research and development that is beneficial to doctoral program science and the benefit of mankind, and is able to get national and international recognition; (5) Able to develop new theories in innovative learning by applying didactic-pedagogical concepts and principles by utilizing science, technology, and arts oriented to life skills and contributing to improving the quality of social life; (6) To obtain national and international recognition for the profession in a sustainable manner by conducting research as a reflective and evaluative action.

Assessment System at UNJ Postgraduate Postgraduate learning assessment of UNJ includes assessing the process and assessment of student learning results to achieve CPL. Assessment techniques used are observation, participation, project, rallies, assignments, written tests, or oral tests. Curriculum Development Foundation of Postgraduate UNJ

The composition of courses for the Doctoral Program is as follows,

Table 1. Disseminate of Study Loads for Background Master’s of Education Program

Courses CSH
1 General Courses 12
2 Expertise Courses of Specific Study Programs 12-24
3 Elective Courses 3
4 Dissertation 15
Amount 42– 54

 CSH = Courses Semester Hours

 

Table 2. Disseminate of Study Loads for Background Master’s Program Non-Education

Courses CSH
1 Matriculation Courses 3
2 General Courses 12
3 Expertise  Courses of Specific Study Programs 12-24
4 Elective Courses 3
6 Dissertation 15
Amount 45– 47