Course Roadmap

               Courses at the Study Programme level (Educational Development, Learning Processes, Micro Learning, and Study Programmes) are the most studied group of subjects, these courses cover 86 SKS/139 ECTS of a total of 150 credits/243 ECTS SKS or around 57.3%. The study programme courses are designed to bring out the characteristics of the BPSPE Study Programme which concentrates on creating graduates who really fit the graduate profile and the needs of graduate users.

           The picture above shows Primary School Physical Education study programme (BPSPE) course roadmap. From top to bottom, there are courses that should be taken by the students. The orange boxes represent the course that must be taken and done by the students outside the university. Meanwhile, the green boxes represents study programme-level courses, the yellow boxes represent the faculty-level courses, and the blue boxes represent the university-level courses. All of the courses should be taken by the students to gain BPSPE degree. The number(s) attached at the top of the boxes represent the PLO of the course.  In the 8th semester, the students should take thesis course outside the university. The students should also take community service programme and educational practice courses outside the university in their 7th semester of college. Before that, the students must take micro learning of physical education and physical education research methodology courses outside the university, meanwhile, they also take some courses inside the university in faculty level (sports biomechanics) and in the study programme level (primary school developments sports extracurricular, physical fitness education, and administration and organizations physical education). In the 5th semester, the students take the study programme-level courses such as statistics, didactic and methodological 1, and prevention and handling injury. Next, the students take a university-level course (digital transfiguration), a faculty-level course (sports health), and some study programme-level courses such as motor learning and learning planning courses. In the 3rd semester, the student take a university-level course (science and technology literacy), a faculty-level course (human psychology), and some study program-level courses such as primary school health education and kinesiology. For the second semester, the students must take both study programme-level and faculty-level course to pass the semester. The last, the students must take some study programme, faculty, and university-level courses at the very beginning of their college study.