Campus II, St. Thomas Aquinas Building, Jl. Babarsari 44 Yogyakarta 55281
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The Faculty of Biotechnology has one Study Program, the name is Biology. The department’s objective is to enable students to acquire knowledge and understanding of biological processes in general and in industrial development and food production in particular, underpinned by a deep sense of awareness of the environment and natural resources conservation.
The Faculty of Biotechnology is based on the Competence-based curriculum. Upon completing the course load of 144 credit units, a student is awarded the undergraduate degree of technobiology (Sarjana Sains/S.Si).
Like other programs, the Biology Study Program is based on the three pillars that underpin higher education in Indonesia, which are research, teaching, and serving the community. Program content is driven by and developed in accordance with the scientific interests of the faculty, the most recent knowledge developments, and national development needs. All the above have been crystallized into several specializations as follows:
- Industrial Biotechnology. This program prepares students who specialize in the industry; with in-depth knowledge and competence in the process and development of environment-and-bio-resource-based industries;
- Environmental Biotechnology. This program prepares students with knowledge and competence in the technology to conserve natural resources, biodiversity, and the environment
- Food Biotechnology. This program prepares students with in-depth knowledge and competence in food-diversity technology, especially in the development and improvement of nutrition in raw food materials.
Upon completion of sufficient education and training in any one of the three specializations above, graduates of the Faculty of Technobiology are expected to possess unique competencies that are in high demand in industries. It is such qualities that make UAJY graduates hot ‘commodities’ for manhunters in the job market.
Instructions and research at the faculty are carried out in a more conducive and enjoyable atmosphere, which well equipped by 5 laboratories also Biological Gardens. Lectures and discussions are supplemented also by a host of extra-curricular activities for students, which are designed in accordance with the needs and interests of the Biology Study Groups. The latter body is also charged with the task of exploring and disseminating science-related activities.
Campus III, Saint Bonaventure Building – JI. Babarsari 43 Yogyakarta 55281
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The Accounting Study Program was established in 1982, largely underpinned by the need to create an undergraduate degree from the Faculty of Business and Economics who is knowledgeable and competent in accounting with a strong commitment to moral and ethics.
The curriculum comprises 145 credit units, including 6 credit units of the thesis. In addition to the core program courses in accounting, the curriculum stresses the acquisition of knowledge and competence in economics, management, foreign languages, morality and ethics.
The program offers five specialization areas:
- Accounting Management
- Information System
- Taxation/ Public Sector Financial Accounting
The Management Study Program was established in 1965. The curriculum comprises 145 credit units, including 6 credit units of the thesis. Students are to learn the methods to manage business organizations as well as non-profit organizations. In addition, students are equipped with training and experience to apply theories, concepts, and the use of information technology and computer in business.
There are six specialization areas:
- Marketing Management
- Human Resources Management
- Operation Management Information System
- Strategic Management
- Financial Management and Investment
The Economics Study Program has been offered to students since the 1994/ 1995 academic year. Students are equipped with in-depth knowledge in economics, the ability to analyze economic phenomena and offer solutions in accordance with relevant economic theories. All activities in the program must be underpinned by the spirit of honesty, ethics, and morality.
The curriculum comprises 145 credit units, including 6 credit units of the thesis. The curriculum employed in the economics program emphasizes the needs for students to acquire knowledge and competence in economics, business, foreign languages, morality and ethics.
The program offers students three specialization areas:
- Finance and banking
- Industry and trade
To enhance the quality of the learning process, The Faculty of Business and Economics provides computer clusters connected to LAN and the internet. All these facilities are also equipped with hotspot area on campus, access to international journals/ EBSCO Proquest, Center of Indonesia Capital Market, and Stock Market Corners in cooperation with PT. Bursa Efek Indonesia and PT. Phintraco Sekuritas, Indonesia.
Campus I, Saint Alfonsus Building – JI. Mrican Baru 28 Yogyakarta 55281
T. +62-274-584146/ 580526/ 514319/ 561031, F. +62-274-580525
In line with the development of global business and the needs of competence of future graduates, the Faculty of Law develops the major courses in the Law of Economy and Business. Therefore, the competence-based curriculum is designed to adapt to the development of global business and the needs of the job market. In addition to the major courses, there are skill-development courses that provide business-like practices facilitated by capable instructors.
There are 5 specializations in the Law Faculty, namely:
- Economy and Business Law
- Court and Legal Disputes Resolution
- Law of Land and Environment
- Law of State and Government
- Law of International Relations
In addition to classrooms and discussion rooms, the faculty has a moot courtroom, law laboratory, centre of legal documentation, and centre of legal aid and consultation for the public. The law laboratory is a component of networking that runs a website istilahhukum.com as an online reference, documentation of laws and regulation, which is essential for courses in legal practice skills. Other facilities at the faculty include legal documentation in CD ROM formats which contain national regulations and international conventions.
Campus IV, Mother Teresa Building – JI. Babarsari No. 5 Yogyakarta 55281
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The Communication Study Program is oriented toward global and multicultural industries. There are two fields of specialization:
- Strategic Communication
- Mass and Digital Communication
The educational processes use the problem-based learning method. To qualify for an undergraduate degree, a student must acquire at least 144 credit points. This competency-based curriculum is tailored to the unique teaching approach developed and employed in the Communication Study Program.
The Sociology Study Program is tailored to equip graduates with basic abilities to conduct research, analyze a situation, and come up with solutions.
The mainstream curriculum is developed and hence tailored to applied sociology requirements and the needs of the job market. The objectives of the curriculum, include, among others, enhancing the readiness of students to undergo further training beyond basic competence; and enabling them to gain sufficient experience in applying the competence skills acquired (problem-based learning and work-based learning). There are two fields of specialization:
- Sociology of Business
- Sociology of Media
To assist class instructions, students of the Faculty of Social and Political Sciences will find the Audio-visual Laboratory, Center for Social Data and Information, Sociology Laboratory, and Computer Laboratory.
Campus Il, Saint Thomas Aquinas Building – Jl. Babarsari No. 44 Yogyakarta 55281
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Civil Engineering Study Program refers to future developments and one of the dominant civil engineering organizations in the world, namely the American Society of Civil Engineer (ASCE) with 2025 Vision.
The focus of the curriculum is a mastery of competence between the theory and practice by combining courses of design practices, methods of construction, utilities building and entrepreneurship with appropriate learning methods.
There are four specializations in Engineering Practices: Road design, Hydraulic Structure Design, Building Design, Cost and Time Planning.
To fulfil the requirement for the undergraduate degree of civil engineering, students are required to complete 146 credit units, including the 4 for the final project in Construction Management, Hydrology, Structures, Transportation, or Geotechnical Engineering.
Instructions and learning at the department are carried out in seven well-furnished laboratories where students conduct practices and research tailored courses in (1) Surveying, (2) Construction Material, (3) Soil Mechanics, (4) Transportation, (5) Hydraulic and Environmental Engineering, (6) Construction Management (7) Computation.
Five specializations of the Civil Engineering Study Program:
- Construction Management
- Geotechnical Engineering
In addition, prospective civil engineers at the Department have the opportunity to sharpen their skills and competence at the Center for Engineering Planning and Consultations. The centre is open to the general public as well, which enables faculty members and students to put knowledge and theories acquired into real-world practice.
The architecture competency-based curriculum focuses on the areas of Building Design completed with Detailed Design. It is hoped that students will respond to current problems, especially environmental problems by taking the local culture into consideration. The curriculum subtitled, in the main subject namely architecture studio (STARS). Ranging from STARS 1 to 7.
STARS are designed to be integrated with the thesis/final project. STARS 7 is directed as the final project, aiming to help students complete the study promptly.
Architecture Study Program has Digital Architecture Laboratory that is installed with software to design. It is also equipped with a laboratory of simulation of the planning and designing of architectural technology to support teaching and research courses.
- Building Design
- Building Science and Technology
- Urban Planning and Design
Campus lll, Saint Bonaventura Building – Jl. Babarsari No. 43 Yogyakarta 55281
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Graduates of the Industrial Engineering Study Program are expected to be knowledgeable and able to (1) identify, analyze, and offer solutions to industrial engineering problems; (2) plan, design, operate, control, evaluate, and improve an integrated system of materials, machines and equipment, human resources, energy, information, and capital; (3) apply new approaches and analyses, and advanced manufacturing technology in the professional practice of industrial engineering; (4) maintain awareness of professional responsibilities and ethics; and (5) develop entrepreneurship spirits and be able to work in multi-discipline team works.
Students in industrial engineering can major in any one of the five specialization areas:
- Computer-Aided Design/ Computer
- Aided Manufacturing (CAD/ CAM)
- Quality, Safety, Health and Environment (QSHE)
- Production and Inventory Management (PIM)
- Logistic and Supply Chain Management (LSCM)
- Industrial Management (lM)
Laboratories to support the students’ practice are (1) Material Laboratory; (2) Modeling and Optimization Laboratory; (3) Production process Laboratory; (4) Industrial Electronics Laboratory; (5) Work System Design and Analysis Laboratory; (6) Production System Laboratory
Graduates of the Informatics Study Program are expected to be knowledgeable and competent in (1) learning, applying and developing information technology; (2) acting intellectual procedures; (3) communicating ideas, and (4) managing and developing professional abilities.
The competency-based curriculum, which underpins Informatics, is designed to contain 144-course credits. The instructional models are developed in creative and innovative methods through the provision of online multimedia format course materials. Such a process enables students to access the materials at their own convenience.
The main focus of Informatics is information technology for industries, with special interests in the development of industrial software and hardware. To nurture this focus further, the Informatics program offers three specializations for students:
- Soft Computing
- Mobile Computing
- Enterprise Information System
Five laboratories support the above directions of interests: Computation Laboratory, Data Structure Laboratory, Hardware Laboratory, Computer Networking Laboratory, and Advanced Informatics Laboratory.
The role of information technology for business is not merely a supporting system, but can also be used as a tool for winning the business competition (competitive advantage). For preparing person who are reliable in a strategic business, Information System Study Program offers two specializations for students:
- Information Technology
Students do not only be given technical skills but soft skills as well. Furthermore, for empowering their skills, students will need to do internship and field trip.
A graduate of Information System, will be able to work as System Analyst, IS Manager/Consultant in a lot of business/industries, i.e. business process analyst, business system analyst, system designer, information system analyst, information system project manager, information system auditor, enterprise architect, enterprise resource planning specialist, etc. And to achieve a degree, students need to take 144 credit units, which consist of 129 compulsory courses and 15 elective courses.
The increasingly borderless world creates various challenges and opportunities for everybody, graduates inclusive. With the advent of freedom of capital and labour which will, sooner or later, follow the liberalization of goods and services, and investment, job opportunities will no longer be limited to the domestic economy, but the all the ten ASEAN member nations (2015), later on to the vastness of Asia and Pacific region (2020), and in more than 200 nations the world over as countries gradually complete the various liberalizations under WTO framework.
Responding to such a prospect, UAJY considers it as an obligation to enable its students to acquire capabilities, competence, and knowledge which will enable them to compete with graduates from other universities, in Indonesia and abroad.
In that light, Universitas Atma Jaya Yogyakarta offers international classes in the following Study Programs:
- International Business Management Program (IBMP), Faculty of Economics
- International Financial Accounting Program (lFAP), Faculty of Economics
- Civil Engineering, Faculty of Engineering
- Industrial Engineering, Faculty of Industrial Technology
International classes use English as a medium of instruction but are based on the same curriculum used in regular classes. Each class, on average, has fewer students than in regular classes. This enhances individualized learning within the context of group learning, which provides the student with the requisite environment to acquire an effective education.
International classes demand higher English language proficiency than regular classes. To be admitted, an applicant is required to attain a minimum English language proficiency of 425 on TOEFL score (paper-based) for Faculty of Economics and Faculty of Engineering and 425 on TOEFL score for Faculty of Industrial Technology or its equivalent.
International classes offered are in high demand, a fact attested by the growing number of applicants every year. High competitiveness for ‘slots’ in international classes translates into higher admission academic requirements than in regular programs. For the sake of clarity, it must be emphasized here again that proficiency in the English language is a non-negotiable requirement.
Credit Transfer Program (CTP)
The credit transfer program is designed to allow UAJY students to take several subjects and internship in a partner university. More importantly, this program mainly motivates students UAJY to get an international learning experience overseas. In this program, UAJY students can get an international learning experience as well as a broader perspective of knowledge and network.
UAJY credit transfer program (CTP) is a short-term study program offered to all business students. This program is offered to undergraduate students only. It is expected that international class students participate more actively in this program.
Basic Features of CTP:
- Involve both incoming and outgoing students;
- Involve at least the reciprocal waiving of tuition fees for courses, approved by the two institutions;
- Cover only credits of courses that are agreed by the two institutions to be transferred;
- Exchange students attend full time in-country academic program at the host institution at least one semester and no more than two semesters;
- Subject to satisfactory academic progress, a student will receive the applicable credit towards the award for which they are studying at their home institution;
- Only students from the two institutions who are approved by persons with authority from the respective institutions are eligible to undertake the CTP;
- Outgoing students from the two institutions remain enrolled in their own institutions and liable for any tuition fees or student contributions so that the host institution is able to waive tuition fees for incoming students from the home institution;
“Education is the best provision for the journey to old age” is a quotation from Aristotle, a Greek philosopher.
One should never stop learning. Every second in life is worth every effort to learn new things useful for the future. Higher education helps support career development and improves a person’s confidence. It is also frequently used to measure the credibility and potentials of human resources. The globalization era belongs to well-educated intellectuals with a comprehensive understanding of technological development. Being aware of that fact, the Postgraduate Program of Universitas Atma Jaya Yogyakarta offers programs that will transform postgraduate students into “Global-minded, dependable and ethical” professionals.
The Graduate Program of Universitas Atma Jaya Yogyakarta, founded in 1993, occupies Bonaventura Building, the third campus of Universitas Atma Jaya Yogyakarta. It is strategically located that students will find learning enjoyable. The program emphasizes “In-depth theoretical mastery” and “extensive first-hand experiences”. Therefore, during 19 years of its service, the program has managed to produce qualified graduates who are capable of winning the competition in the work environment.
The Graduate programs offer five study programs:
- Magister Manajemen, equivalent to Master of Business Administration
- Magister Teknik Sipil equivalent to Master of Engineering in Civil Engineering
- Magister limu Hukum equivalent to Master of Laws
- Magister Teknik information equivalent to Master of Informatics Engineering
- Magister Arsitektur (Digital) equivalent to Master of Architecture
- Magister Komunikasi equivalent to Master of Communication
Master of Business Administration
Master of Business Administration Program saw its commencement in 1993. The program has several objectives, which include: 1) to provide education to undergraduate degree holders hailing from various disciplines to enable them to acquire managerial ability; 2) to widen and deepen international perspectives, and 3) to instil a high commitment to ethics and morality.
The graduate study program offers various specialization areas in Marketing Management, Finance Management, Human Resource Management, and e-Business and International Business.
The student is required to complete 36-course credits, 30 are required courses include writing thesis 6 credits, and 6 credits are chosen courses.
Master of Engineering in Civil Engineering
The graduate program in Civil Engineering (Magister Teknik Sipil equivalent to Master of Engineering in Civil Engineering) has earned itself both national and international in civil engineering education and research.
The program offered three specialization programs in Construction Management, Structural Engineering, and Transportation.
- The Construction Management Program equips students with the competence and capabilities necessary to play responsible management roles in all phases of the development in major constructed operations. The program emphasizes management techniques useful in planning, coordinating, and controlling activities of diverse professionals.
- The Structural Engineering Program prepares students for careers in consultancy and contractor profession, industry, government, and academia through instructional programs and research opportunities in structural design, engineering mechanics, materials for construction, earthquake engineering, and computer-aided engineering.
- The Transportation Program provides students with a broad knowledge in the areas of transportation systems, urban/ regional transportation analysis and planning methods, and management of infrastructure facilities and the built environment. All programs in Master of Engineering in Civil Engineering are prepared for the present and future needs of industry.
Master of Law
UAJY launched the Master of Law Program in the 1999/ 2000 academic year. The program offers two specialization areas:
- Business Law
- Agricultural law
- Government Administration Law
The master of law program is a manifestation of UAJY commitment to anticipate as well as respond to developments in commerce and trade dynamics both within the country and abroad. Business in today’s globalized world has a creative and almost insatiable demand for business law experts to provide legal counsel during business transactions that involve a multiplicity of players hailing from different countries having equally varied legal frameworks. In conducting the program, UAJY calls up the assistance of legal practitioners, there providing students with first-hand knowledge and experience from experts in the field.
To be awarded a Master of Laws degree, graduate students are required to complete 36-course credits, comprising 22 credits required courses including 4 credits specialization courses and 6 credits for thesis, 10 credits for chosen courses.
Master of Informatics Engineering
The Program of Master of Informatics Engineering was established in 2003/ 2004. With three specialization streams so far (1) Soft Computing; (2) Mobile Computing; and (3) Enterprise Information System.
The program is a reflection of the interest UAJY has in the development of information technology in general, and the advancement of multimedia, at the national and international level. To be awarded the degree, graduate students are required to complete 36 – 42 course credits, comprising 18 credits obligatory courses, 6 – 12 electives, and 6 specialization course credits, and 6 for thesis writing.
Master of Architecture (Digital)
Universitas Atma Jaya Yogyakarta is now in an advanced stage toward opening the graduate program in architecture. UAJY is currently in the process of obtaining the program execution permission permits from the Directorate General for Higher Education, Ministry for National Education Office in Jakarta. The program will offer one specialization in Digital Architecture. The establishment of the program is UAJY’s response to the fast-growing, and increasingly pervasive application of digital technology in architecture. Such widespread use and application in architecture inevitably increase the need for architects to be well equipped with requisite digital technology capabilities.
UAJY has risen to the occasion to be among local universities that equip its graduates with such capabilities, thereby giving them a substantial edge over graduates from other institutions of higher learning in the country.
The program receives the support of competent professionals in arts, building/ construction science, and information technology. Such a coterie of professionals provide students with a thorough understanding of digital architecture from various perspectives, which complement on knowledge and practices lecturers give in lecture rooms.
To be awarded the degree, graduate students are required to complete 39-course credits, which include the 6-credit thesis. The Graduate Program of Universitas Atma Jaya Yogyakarta has applied theoretical and practical learning system to produce professionals with conceptual and integrated operational capabilities. Students are also prepared to socially interact in the environment well, ethical and capable of creating job opportunities. To achieve that, the learning process is supported by nationally and internationally competent scholars and professionals. To anticipate ongoing business climate changes, the Graduate Program of Universitas Atma Jaya Yogyakarta prepares graduates from various undergraduate programs to become professional managers who are capable of managing changes, thinking innovatively, and supporting organizational flexibility. To become “global-minded, dependable and ethical” graduates, students of the Graduate Program of Universitas Atma Jaya Yogyakarta undergo various activities, such as outbound and character-building training, which are designed to improve their skills.
In order to expand students insights into practical matters, the Graduate Program continuously holds company visit programs. The program usually runs in May every year, and the Graduate Program has created networks with reputable organizations such as Kompas Gramedia, the Indonesian Business People Association, the House of Representatives, and so on. The program is not only held within the country. In cooperation with foreign universities and companies, the program is also held overseas.
The Graduate Program always keeps up with changes and the rising educational standard, to educate Indonesian youth to be dependable and ethical graduates.