UNIVERSITAS PENDIDIKAN INDONESIA

FIP
Dean                                                                : Dr. Agus Taufiq, M.Pd.
Vice Dean for Academics                               : Dr. Rudi Susilana, M.Si
Vice Dean for Finance and Resources            : Dr. Aceng Muhtaram Mirfani, M.Pd
Vice Dean for Student Affairs                       : Dr. Sardin, M.Si

BRIEF OVERVIEW
The Faculty of Science Education is led by the Dean, who is assisted by 3 (three) Vice Deans, 7 (seven) Heads of Department, 7 (seven) secretaries, 4 Heads of Study Program, who are assisted by administration personnel: the Section Head of Administration, the Sub-Section Head of Academic and Student Affairs, the Sub-Section Head of Finance and Personnel, and the Sub-Section Head of General Affairs and Equipment. 
VISION
The vision of the Faculty of Science Education is to become a leading and outstanding faculty in Science Education, Psychology, and Teacher Education.
MISSION  

  • To provide quality education and teaching;
  • To conduct research in order to develop science education philosophically, theoretically, and practically through the enhancement of quality basic and applied research;
  • To run professional community services;
  • To optimize the utilization of faculty facilities as financial resources of the Faculty of Science Education;
  • To initiate networking and collaboration at regional, national, and international levels in order to develop science education, psychology, and pedagogy.

OBJECTIVES     

  • To train and develop moral, professional, independent and globally competitive graduates;
  • To develop and disseminate science education, psychology, and pedagogy;
  • To promote innovations in science and technology in order to support the establishment of education and its application;
  • To actualize transparent, accountable, and synergistic faculty management;
  • To apply student-centered learning concepts based on competence curriculums which are relevant to the needs of national development in the fields of education and science education development;
  • To actualize the synergy among departments and study programs, laboratories in the Faculty of Science Education, and the relevant partners in innovative research in the fields of science education and community empowerment;
  • To implement quality systems in academia and administration systems, as well as reliable accounting systems in the management of faculty finances.

QUALITY POLICY     

  • To improve the quality of research, community services, and scientific publication;
  • To improve human resources;
  • To improve education process quality to produce professional and competitive graduates;
  • To administer the continuous improvement of processes, services, and the effectiveness of the quality management system application.

MAIN DUTIES AND FUNCTIONS
The main duties and functions of the Faculty of Science Education are to produce teachers and teaching personnel in the fields of Philosophy and Sociology Education, Curriculum and Educational Technology, Education Administration, Psychology Education and Counseling, Non-formal Education, Special Need Education, Primary School Teacher Education, Early Childhood Teacher Education, and Psychology.
Departments and Study Programs

  1. Curriculum and Educational Technology Department

This Department was established as a means of producing experts who have academic and professional skills in the fields of curriculum and educational technology planning, development, and management. In addition, it is also responsible for producing the graduates who are able to carry out academic and professional responsibilities inside and outside schools, inside and outside the National Education Department, and in state or private education institutions.

  • Educational Technology Study Program

This Study Program is a non-teacher education study program which aims to produce professional graduates in the field of educational and learning technology. The graduates are expected to be developers of educational media, materials, training programs, and evaluation programs.

  • Library and Information Science Study Program

This Library and Science Information Study Program is the only study program in Indonesia established to develop library management personnel in schools and other educational institutions. The main strength of this study program lies in the UPI core competency and learning curve in the field of education and learning which will have a positive impact on the career prospects of the study program which is the excellent source in creating, offering, and providing the values of services to the students.

  1. Administration Education Study Program

This Department is responsible for carrying out administration education studies and developments theoretically and practically in the fields of educational administration, management, leadership, planning, and supervision. In addition, the Department also provides the graduates with broad and deep insight theoretically and practically, and necessary academic and professional experiences for the implementation of education in state or private institutions.

  1. Psychology Education and Counseling Department / Study Program

This Department is responsible for producing educational counselor personnel who have academic and professional skills. The theoretical and practical studies concentrated in this Department include the fields of educational psychology, educational guidance, and counseling. The graduates of this Department are expected to be in charge inside or outside schools, inside and outside the National Education Department, and in state or private institutions.

  1. Non-formal Education Department / Study Program

This Department is responsible for producing educational expertise that have academic and professional skills to plan, develop, and manage non-formal education activities and programs organized by the National Education Department or state and private institutions. In addition, the graduates of this Department will have the ability to teach sociology and anthropology in senior high schools.

  1. Special Education Department / Study Program

This Department was established to develop educational personnel who have ability in the fields of special education, review, and develop professional ability of special education practices. This Department provides five specializations: (1) Blind Children Education; (2) Deaf children education; (3) Tunagrahita children Education; (4) Tunadaksa children Education; and (5) Tunalaras Children Education. This Department produces experts and teachers for special children in state or private institutions.

  1. Psychology Department / Study Program

This Department / Study Program is established to develop teaching personnel in the field of Psychology who have professional skills in the field of consultation. Therefore, they will be able to interpret human behaviors both individually and in group based on the psychological guidelines. They are also expected to be able to skillfully analyze and interpret data so that they can help clients objectively in accordance with the demands of science. In addition, they should be able to report the results of psychological examination scientifically and professionally, and to apply the psychology works holistically, scientifically, and religiously. In this case, theoretical and practical studies on psychology become an emphasis on this study program.

  • Pedagogy Department

The Department of Pedagogy is the department that organizes educational programs to prepare child education personnel and experts, as well as to provide services to the public at large with respect to the fostering and development of childhood education. The Department of Pedagogy has organized two courses, namely the Primary School Teacher Education (PGSD) and the Early Childhood Teacher Education Study Program (PGPAUD). In addition, the Department of Pedagogy also coordinates the Basic Education and Pedagogic special courses managed by a Chairman and Secretary of the Department, at the level of the study program. It is managed by the Head of the Study Program. The Department of Pedagogy is supported by teaching personnel who have qualifications and expertise relevant to the courses. The teaching personnel in these two Studies Programs currently consist of permanent and impermanent lecturers.

    • Primary School Teacher Education Study Program

This Study Program was established in 1990/1991 and aims to prepare professional primary school teachers, who are able to design, implement, evaluate, and develop learning processes and systems in primary schools.

 

    • Early Childhood Teacher Education Study Program

Established in 1996, this Study Program was initially called the Kindergarten Teacher Education. At that time, the Study Program only received the students at the diploma level. In 2004, the Kindergarten Teacher Education Study Program started receiving students in the bachelor level as an extension of the diploma program. In 2006, this Study Program started receiving senior high school graduates directly into the bachelor program. In principle, this Study Program aims at producing professional kindergarten teachers who are able to create innovative learning environments for the improvement of students. In its development, the name of this Study Program was changed to the Early Childhood Teacher Study Program in accordance with the applicable regulation. The change of the name implies the widespread of the graduates who have high competence.  The graduates will not only become kindergarten teachers but also professional teaching personnel in early childhood schools as a new type of kindergarten.

DEPARTMENTS AND STUDY PROGRAMS


NO.

STUDY PROGRAMS

ACCREDITATION

DURATION

1.

NON-FORMAL EDUCATION

A

21-03-2022

2.

EARLY CHILDHOOD TEACHER EDUCATION

A

26-01-2022

3.

PSYCHOLOGY

B

11-08-2021

4.

PRIMARY SCHOOL TEACHER EDUCATION 

A

28-04-2021

5.

EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY

A

09-05-2020

6.

SPECIAL NEED EDUCATION

B

20-07-2018

7.

EDUCATION ADMINISTRATION

A

18-10-2018

8.

PSYCHOLOGY EDUCATION AND COUNSELING

A

In process

9.

LIBRARY AND SCIENCE INFORMATION

C

In process

Besides administering Primary School Teacher Education and Early Childhood Teacher Education Study Programs, the Department of Pedagogy also administers the Professional Education Program of Primary Schools or Program Pendidikan Profesi Sekolah Dasar (PPG SD). This program is specialized for the graduates of Primary School Teacher Education, Psychology, and other Departments to become a professional teacher equipped with key competencies in planning, administering, assessing the learning, following-up the assessment results, performing counseling and training for students, conducting research, and developing professionalism in a sustainable manner. After taking this program, the graduates will be granted a certificate of Primary School Teacher Profession.
Professional Education Program will be pursued by the graduates of Primary School Teacher Education Bachelor for one semester (18-20 credit hours) and for the graduates of Psychology and other Study Program Bachelors will be pursued for 2 semesters (36-40 credit hours). The lecturers in this program have masters or doctoral qualifications in primary school education, and are supported by the certified primary school teachers as partners.
TEACHING AND LEARNING PROCESS
Based on the university academic guidelines, the Faculty of Science Education administers the lecturing programs using semester credit unit systems, either in face-to-face theoretical or practicum lectures under the supervision of the supervisor which is held for 14 to 16 weeks for each semester.
The practicum lectures are carried out in laboratory and fields in accordance with the relevant fields of science covering non-formal schools and government and non-government institutions under and outside the Ministry of National Education. The learning activities include classroom lectures, responses, field observations, trainings, simulations, and field practica.

LECTURERS
Recently, the Faculty of Science Education had 187 lecturers consisting of 19 professors, 122 doctors, 67 master graduates, and 1 bachelor graduate. In order to improve the competence of teaching personnel, it is noted that there are 23 lecturers taking doctoral degree and one lecturer is taking a master degree.
JOURNALS ADIMINISTERED BY THE FACULTY OF SCIENCE EDUCATION IN 2017


No

Departmens/Study Programs

 

Journal Titles

Journal Types

Printed

Electronic

  •  

Educational Administration

Adpend Journal

 

ü

Antologi Journal

 

ü

  •  

Psychology Education and Counseling

Psikopedagogia

ü

 

Bimbingan dan Konseling Journal

ü

 

  •  

Non-formal Education

Pendidikan Luar Sekolah Journal

ü

ü

Andragogia/Antologi Journal

 

ü

  •  

Special Needs Education

JASSI Anakku

ü

ü

  •  

Educational Technology

Edutech

ü

ü

  •  

Primary School Teacher Education

Serantau Journal

ü

ü

Pedagogik Pendidikan Dasar

ü

ü

JPGSD

ü

ü

  •  

Early Childhood Teacher Education

EDUKID

ü

 

IJYC

ü

 

  •  

Library and Information Education

Edulib Journal

ü

 

Edulib Student Journal

 

ü

  •  

Psychology

Psikologi Insight Journal

 

ü

  •  

FIP UPI

Pedagogia Journal

ü

ü

Alumni Achievements

  • Prof. Dr. H. Moh. Surya, was served as the Chair of the Teachers Association of the Republic of Indonesia and as the Member of the Regional Representative Council, Jawa Barat
  • Prof. Dr. H. Sunaryo Kartadinata, M.Pd, was served as the Chair of Guidance and Counseling Association of Indonesia.
  • Dr. Hendri Singarasa, M.Si., was once served as the Rector Universitas Palangkaraya Provinsi Kalimantan Tengah.
  • Dr. Rohmat Wahab, M.Pd., MA., was served as the Rector of Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta.
  • Prof. Dr. H. Mohammad Ali, MA was served as the General Director of Islamic Education, the Ministry of Religious Affairs, the Republic of Indonesia in the service period of 2007–2012.
  • Prof. Dr. H. Mustofa Kamil, M.Pd, was served as the Rector of Universitas Islam Syekh Yusuf Tangerang (UNIS)
  • Prof. Dr. Uman Suherman, M.Pd, was served as the Coordinator of Kopertis at Wilayah IV
  • Dr. Elih Sudiapermana, M.Pd, was in charge as the Head of Education Board in Bandung City.

Student Achievements

  • Della Nadya Putri, (PPB) the "Mojang Kameumeut" in the Pasanggiri Mojang Jajaka Competition 2015 in West Bandung Regency
  • Moch. Baharudin Iqbal S, (PPB) the 2nd Place of Student Ambassador Genre (Male Category) in Bandung level
  • Sari Nurlatifah (PPB), the 1st Winner in Guidance and Counseling Smart Competition 2015 at Unnes
  • Elsa Erika Anjani (PPB), the 1st Winner of Serang Hindar, the 1st Winner in an empty hand category, and the 2nd Winner of Combination Team at National level, 1st Winner of Pertamina Championship at National level, the 1st Winner of Women Celurit Weapons Technique of Silat Perisai Diri  Championship in the Youth and Adult Category, West Java, May 2017, and the 1st Winner of Silat Perisai Diri  of Presidential Championship in September 2017.
  • Rida Fitriyani (PLS), the 2nd Winner of National Functional Literacy Tutor 2017, Winner of Regional Functional Literacy Tutor 2017
  • Wulan Indriyani (PLS), the 2nd Winner of Package C Tutor at National Level 2017, the 1st Winner of Package C Tutor at Regional Level Pack 2017
  • Oka Rizki Rohmana (PLS) 3rd Winner of Package B Tutor at Regional Level 2017
  • Izzudin Abdurahman (PLS) the 2nd Place of Fahmil Qur'an MTQ National Level 2017
  • Rena Fadillah Nur Azizah (PGPAUD) 1st Winner of Mojang Pinilih Mojang Jajaka Bandung Regency 2017
  • Eva Latifah (Adpen) the 2nd Winner of Debating Championship of UPI 2017

Official website: http://fip.upi.edu

FPIPS

FPIPS is led by a Dean supported by 2 assistants, 4 heads and secretary of department, 6 heads of Study program, and supported by administrative staff, namely: section head of administration and academics; section head of finance and human resource; section head of assets, facility and ICT.

FPIPS organizes Education, research and devotion to society in preparing human resources of Social Science Education.

The Faculty of Language and Literature
Chairs of the Faculty


Dean

:

Prof. Dr. Syihabuddin, M.Pd.

Vice Dean for Academics

:

Dr. Tri Indri Hardini, M.Pd.

Vice Dean for Finance and Resources

:

Dr. Usep Kuswari, M.Pd.

Vice Dean for Student Affairs

:

Pupung Purnawarman, M.Ed.S., Ph.D.

Brief Overview
In 1963, the Faculty of Science Education and Teaching and the Teacher Education Institute (under the National Ministry of Education) were integrated into the Institute of Teacher Training and Pedagogy or Institut Keguruan dan Ilmu Pendidikan (IKIP). As a result, the Faculty of Language and Arts Teaching was de facto included as one of its faculties. However, this faculty was officially initiated into IKIP in 1964 based on the Instruction of the Minister of Higher Education and Science Education No. 128 of 1964 consisting of 4 (four) departments and 2 (two) sections.
In line with the times, all sections under the Department of Language and Literature Education and the Department of Foreign Language Education were changed into the independent Departments as specified by the Instruction of the Minister of Higher Education and Science Education No. 5 of 1965 concerning the Implementation of IKIP State Curriculum. In the same year, the Department of Japanese Language Education was also established. In 1975, the Department of French Language Education was established to administer the education in academia level and to start to administer French language Bachelor Degree in 1979.
As per Government Regulation No. 5 of 1980 and the Decree of the President of the Republic of Indonesia No. 48 of 1982, the Faculty of Literature and Arts Teacher was changed into the Faculty of Language and Arts as set forth in the Decree of the Rector of IKIP Bandung No. 302/PT.25.R/E/1983 on January 24, 1983. This faculty presided over six departments and eight education programs. In this faculty, the Diploma Programs at the D3, D2, and D1 levels were phased out and, in 1991, the faculty concentrated only on the Bachelor Degree Program.
The transformation from IKIP to Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia (UPI), based on the Decree of the President No. 124 of 1999, had an impact on the institutional change of the Faculty of Language and Arts Education, especially in preparing the process of development and wider mandate of higher education. In the same year, the Faculty of Language and Arts Education opened non-education study programs of Indonesian Language and Literature, and English Language and Literature under the Decree of Higher Education No. 283/Dikti/Kep/1999.
As the legal status of UPI was changed under the Government Regulation No. 6 of 2004, turning the university into a State Owned Legal Entity University, all study programs under the Department of Foreign Language, including the German, Arabic, Japanese, and French Study Programs, were shifted into independent departments. Similarly, the Department of Sendratasik (Seni Drama, Tari, dan Musik / Drama, Dance, and Music Arts) Education was transitioned into the Departments of Music Education and Dance Education. Until 2014, the Faculty of Language and Arts Education had developed the disciplines of science education in the Bachelor Degree level under the 10 Departments and 12 Study Programs.
In accordance with UPI striving to be a Good University Governance, the Faculty of Language and Arts Education initiated the establishment of a new faculty named the Faculty of Arts and Design Education in December 2014. As a result, under the Rector Decree, the Faculty of Language and Arts Education was turned into the Faculty of Language and Literature Education. As the faculty development, the Faculty of Language and Literature also opened a new study program, the Korean Language Study Program.

VISION
The vision of the Faculty of Language and Literature is to become a leading faculty in administering language and literature education programs through international-standard management.

MISSION

  1. To administer language and literature education and to lead the disciplines of language and literature sciences in a conducive academic atmosphere using international-standard practices;
  2. To conduct excellent research, develop and publish innovative and international quality works in the fields of language and literature education, language and literature, and relevant multi-disciplinary research;
  3. To provide quality community services in the fields of language and literature and other fields related to the international standard; and
  4. To develop cooperation with related parties, at regional, national, and international levels, that will advance the achievement of the faculty vision and mission. 

OBJECTIVES

  1. To administer quality educational and learning activities in an academic atmosphere conducive to student learning assisted by technology, information, and communication for the excellent educational and non-educational personnel candidates in all levels of education;
  2. To conduct research studies and publish high quality intellectual works in order to develop and apply the science of language and literature education, language and literature science, and other relevant language sciences in regional, national and international contexts;
  3. To perform community services in the fields of language and literature education and other relevant fields as a form of institutional concerns for the national education development in order to apply the results of education and research in community developments; and
  4. To initiate cooperation with other institutions, at regional, national, and international levels in order to advance the achievement of the faculty vision and mission.

 

DEPARTMENTS / STUDY PROGRAMS


No

Study Program

Levels

Grade

Decree No.

Decree Year

Duration

1

Indonesian Language Education

S-1

A

2058/SK/BAN-PT/Akred/ VI/2017

2017

20-06-2022

2

Indonesian Language and Literature

S-1

A

3228/SK/BAN-PT/Akred/ S/XII/2016

2016

27-12-2021

3

Local Language  Education

S-1

B

103/SK/BAN-PT/Ak-SURV/S/IVI/14

2013

09-11-2018

4

English Language Education

S-1

A

3463/SK/BAN-PT/Akred/S/IX/2017

2017

26-09-2022

5

English Language and Literature

S-1

B

1099/SK/BAN-PT/Akred/S/X/2015

2015

24-10-2020

6

German Language Education

S-1

A

1547/SK/BAN-PT/Akred/S/VIII/2016

2016

11-08-2021

7

Arabic Language Education

S-1

A

1825/SK/BAN-PT/Akred/S/IX/2016

2016

02-09-2021

8

Japanese Language Education

S-1

A

1680/SK/BAN-PT/Akred/S/VIII/2016

2016

26-08-2021

9

French Language Education

S-1

A

1546/SK/BAN-PT/Akred/S/VIII/2016

2016

11-08-2021

10

Korean Language Education

S1

-

-

-

-

CORRESPONDENCE


Office address

:

Jl. Dr. Setiabudhi No. 229 Bandung 40154

Email

:

aftik_fpbs@upi.edu

Website address

:

http://fpbs.upi.edu/

Phone and Fax. No.

:

(022) 2015411

FPTK

Vision

The vision of the Faculty is to become a leading and outstanding faculty in providing technology and vocational education, in ASEAN by 2020 and at an Asian regional level by 2025.

Missions

In order to realize the faculty vision, the Faculty of Technology and Vocational Education has set the following missions:

  1. To provide quality academic education in the fields of technology and vocational education and engineering, in order to produce graduates who have broard insight, good character, and are competitiveness at national and international levels.
  2. To conduct quality research in the fields of technology and vocational education and engineering, oriented to the development and dissemination of scientific knowledge, and its application towards educational, industrial, and community developments.
  3. To organize research-based community services of technological and vocational education and engineering that can contribute to the advancement of education, industry, and community.
  4. To develop national and international cooperation with higher education institutions, education and training organisations, research institutes, industry, professional associations, governments, and other scientific communities.

Objectives

The educational objectives of the Faculty of Technology and Vocational Education refer to the UPI educational objectives, which aim to develop faithful, devout, moral, noble, knowledgeable, professional, and religious human beings, who have integrity and love for the Republic of Indonesia.

The Faculty’s objectives are:

  1. To produce outstanding graduates of technology and vocational education, as well as engineering, who have skills that are relevant to the needs of job markets;
  2. To produce research and study works in the fields of technology, vocational, and engineering education;
  3. To produce community service works in the fields of technology, vocational, and engineering education;
  4. To disseminate scientific developments in the fields of technology, vocational, and engineering education; and
  5. To strengthen the Faculty of Technology and Vocational Education by implementing partnership programs in the fields of technology, vocational, and engineering education.

Departments and Studi Programs

  • Department of Civil Engineering Education

The Department of Civil Engineering Education has two bachelor-level study programs, Civil Engineering and Building Engineering Education. The graduates of the Building Engineering Education Study Program will receive the Bachelor of Education and the graduates of Civil Engineering Study Program will receive Bachelor of Engineering.

  • Department of Architectural Engineering Education

This Department has two study programs, the Architectural Engineering Education study program and the Architectural Study Program (non-education program). Graduates of the Architectural Engineering Education study program will receive a Bachelor of Education and graduates of the Architectural Study Program will receive a Bachelor of Architecture.

The Department of Electrical Engineering Education has two study programs At the Bachelor level, the Electrical Engineering Education Study Program and the Electrical Engineering Study Program. This Department also runs the Electrical Engineering Diploma Program. Graduates of the Education Study Program will receive a Bachelor of Education, graduates of the Electrical Engineering study program will receive a Bachelor of Engineering, and the graduates of the Diploma Program will receive the Associate (A.Md.).

The Deapartment of Mechanical Engineering Education has one study program at the Bachelor level and one Diploma program, the Mechanical Engineering Education study Program and the Mechanical Engineering Diploma Program. Graduates of the Mechanical Engineering Education study program will receive a Bachelor of Education and graduates of the Mechanical Engineering Diploma Program will receive the Associate (A.Md.).

  • Department of Family Welfare Education

Since 2007, the Department of Family Welfare Education has been divided into three study programs, Culinary Education, Fashion Education, and Family Welfare Education Study Programs. Graduates of the Education Study Program will receive a Bachelor of Education.

Since the academic year of 2008 / 2009, the Faculty of Technology and Vocational Education has opened the Agroindustry Technology Education Study Program in order to fulfill the needs of teaching personnel in the field of Agroindustry. Until recently, there were few teaching personnel in the field of agroindustry with university qualifications.
This study program is prepared to produce teaching personnel who have academic and professional qualifications in Agroindustry vocational schools and private educational institutions.
In 2012, this Study Program graduated the first batch of students, and one of the graduates was nominated as one of the best graduates in the Faculty of Technology and Vocational Education. Currently, the graduates of Agroindustry Technology Education study program are applying their knowledge and expertise in both agroindustry vocational schools and private educational institutions. 
This study progam focuses on the processing technology of agricultural products, the curriculum is designed in order to equip the graduates with the insight and expertise in the field of education and processing technology of agricultural products. After completing this educational level, the graduates are entitled to a Bachelor of Education (S.Pd.).

Learning Processes

The learning system implemented by the Faculty of Technology and Vocational Education was established under the planning which is relevant to the objectives, realms of learning, and its hierarchy. The learning strategies are set up in order to achieve the main and supporting competencies and other competencies for the graduates. Monitoring, evaluation and learning are carried out simultaneously at the Study Program, Department, and Faculty levels. In every lecture and practicum, lecturers are responsible for recording the course name, lecturer, place, grade/semester, number of class meeting, day/date, time, lecturing material, number of enrolled students, and the number of attending students.
Monitoring, evaluation and learning are carried out every day, reviewed every week by the faculty staff, and reported in writing to the Faculty through the Vice Dean for Academic Affairs. In every monthly meeting, the monitoring results are announced and discussed as an agenda item, as a means of improving and motivating Lecturer performance so that lecturers can fulfill their tasks and responsibilities based on the set guidelines. Should there be any mistakes and / or shortcomings in the course implementation, either in the course contents or materials or the number of meetings, the concerned lecturer should be warned and advocated / treated as necessary.
Students can also be actively involved in evaluating courses by completing the student satisfaction questionnaire. This enables students to provide feedback on the performance of their lecturers and can be completed online, at http:/fptk.upi.edu/evaluasi/Dosen.  The results of student evaluations indicate the satisfaction level of students with their courses and lecturers. At the end of each semester, the student assessment will be recorded and reported by the Faculty to the Study Program.
With regard to the quality of the learning process, the Faculty has developed monitoring tools in the form of syllabus format uniformity in accordance with the applicable UPI standards. This monitoring and evaluation of learning process is integrated with the ISO into routine activities so that the monitoring and evaluation process can be carried out systematically and continuously. The data updating on a regular basis can continue to be done so that the better learning process can be monitored continuously.

Lecturers

In 2017, the Faculty of Technology and Vocational Education had 152 teaching staff, including 7 professors, 59 doctors, 82 masters, and 4 bachelors. Currently, there are 21 teaching staff undertaking a doctoral degree.

Facilities

Facilities in the Faculty of Technology and Vocational Education, including lecture theatres, laboratories, studios and workshop rooms, are designed to assist student learning. There are 20 rooms equipped with laboratory, workshop, studio, and the other rooms. The utilization of all facilities is under the control of the Head of General Affairs and Equipment Sub Division. The entire UPI community can use the other facilities such as meeting and auditorium rooms, based on the set mechanisms and procedures. The Head of GeneralAffairs and Equipment Sub Division set strict room use regulation in order to avoid overlaps and to facilitate optimal maintenance.
In addition to the regular academic activities of lectures and practica, this facility has been also utilized for incidental academic activities such as seminars, workshops, training, and other activities. Such activities are not only initiated by lecturers but also by students who actively and regularly participate in conducting those academic activities. The building and all facilities can only be accessed based on the set regulations, starting from 06:00 to 18:00. However, in certain conditions, special requests for the purpose of research, guidance, or assistance for students at night, may be granted so that lecturers can access the facilities after hours, with the permission of the in-charge officer. In addition, students are also allowed to have an internet access until the evening using the space around the lobby.
The academic facilities in the Faculty of Technology and Vocational Education consist of 20 lecture rooms with an area of ??1391-m2. In addition, the Faculty has 53 laboratories with an area of 6606-m2. The Faculty also provides other 67 rooms with the area of ??3586-m2 for other academic activities.
The new technology laboratory was built in the western part of the Faculty building. This new building has 4 floors which are used for the production machinery workshop, Family Welfare Education laboratory, lecture room, agroindustry laboratory, and department heads rooms (Architecture, and Family Welfare Education study programs). Since November 2016, this building had been equipped with a lift used to improve learning activities as well as lecturers’ and students’ activities.
The supporting microteaching facilities placed on the 5th floor in the Faculty building have been utilized to facilitate teaching learning activities, such as the Teacher Professional Program (PPG) in 2012 and the PPG SM3T learning activities in the field of Building Engineering Education of 2016. In the first semester of 2017, the microteaching room was used to facilitate the PPG SM-2T activities held by the Fashion Education study program.
The availability of the learning facilities, especially the laboratories in the Faculty of Technology and Vocational Education building, is important to promote and improve student competence and skills. Modern laboratory equipment is absolutely necessary for students in order to improve and enhance their skill, and so they can stay up-to-date with developments in science and technology in their respective fields. At this time, the laboratory and its equipments provided by the Islamic Development Bank (IDB) and additional new laboratory for the Agroindustry Study Program and the Family Welfare Education Study Program have met the needs of the entire study programs within the Faculty for the practicum services.
In terms of quantity and quality, the facilities in this Faculty are adequate to meet all the needs of the University tridharma implementation. These facilities include a 5-floor lecture building, 23 lecture rooms, and indoor facilities in the form of projectors, white boards, wifi hotspots, student chairs, lecturer's chairs and desks. In addition, it is also supported by the laboratories, workshop rooms, and studios for the practical lectures for all Study Programs. Therefore, through all these facilities, the implementation of the University tridharma can be gradually improved.
The types of laboratories in each Department in the Faculty are as follows:

  1. The laboratories in the Department of Mechanical Engineering include the laboratories for the CNC, Cooling Machine, Production Machine, Automotive, Automotive & Cooling, Automotive Control System I & II. Production Room I & II, Mechanic Image Studio, Pneumatic, and Hydraulic.
  2. The laboratories in the Department of Electrical Engineering Education include the laboratories for Electronics I & II, Electronics I & II, Electrical Engineering (High Voltage), Electrical Communication, Industrial Automation, Construction & Production, Computing & Industrial Automation.
  3. The laboratories in the Department of Architecture Engineering include the Architecture Interior Design, the Image Studio, the Digital Architecture Image Studio, the Manual Architecture Image Studio, the Architecture Model Studio, Architecture Materials and Printing Studio, the Architecture Engineering Studio, and the Manual Studio.
  4. The laboratories in the Department of Civil Engineering Education include the laboratories for the Roads and Transportation, Computing, Surveying and Mapping, Structure & Material Tests, Soil Investigations, the Building Engineering Drawing Studio, the Manual Building Engineering Drawing Studio, Wood Working, and Plumbing.
  5. The laboratories within the Department of Family Welfare Education include the laboratories for the Catering, Pastry, presentation, Cullinary art, Computer (Boga), Fashion Design, Computer (Fashion), Clothing Production, Textile, Kria Textile, Knit & Embroidery, Makeup, Childcare, Child and Seniors Services, Tata Graha, Household Art, and Family Wefare Education study program Production.
  6. The laboratories in the Department of Agroindustry study program include Agroindustry equipments.
  7. There is a physics micro-teaching laboratory used for all the Faculty students.

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