Study Evaluation

Psychology Study Program has also monitored all of its students during their course of study through a number of means, i.e. evaluation during study (summative and formative), evaluation of the first 4 semesters, and evaluation at the end of the study. The monitoring system employed by UII’s Psychology Study Program to evaluate the progress of students’ study consists of several mechanisms, which include:

1. Monitoring and evaluation of Students’ Presence in Courses are based on Decree of Rector UII Number 33/Rek/PR/20/DA/XII/2011. That regulation states that students should attend lecturing minimum 75% from total number of meetings.

2. The form of the exam can be in the form of a written exam, collection of assignments, or other forms that can be compared with the evaluation of lecture material. Regular

3. Study Evaluation is examined by several methods, namely:

      a. Evaluation of Study Results. Evaluation of student study results is a measurement of the level of success of students in the teaching and learning process organized by the faculty. Measuring the success of student studies is determined by measuring the Achievement Index (IP), consisting of IP Semester and Cumulative IP.

      b. Evaluation of Study Period. Evaluation of study periods in the Psychology Study Program includes:

        • Passing out, namely evaluation of student studies in the first four semesters, if the credits that have been taken are less than 40 credits and 2.0 GPA.
        • Drop out, which is student’s study evaluation that exceeds the maximum study limit. Maximum study time limit is 7 (seven) years or 14 (fourteen) semesters, excluding official university leave.