Program content, curriculum and description

The program content revision is designed through periodic workshops to obtain updated feedbacks from multi stakeholders. The evaluation processes are conducted through discussions at the levels of team teaching, division, department, faculty and institution in the forms of workshops or seminars involving all academic staffs, students, and labor markets and those related to the fields of MSP.

The curriculum is designed in a coherent way and aligned with the expected learning outcomes (ELOs) which have been discussed among study programs of management across various Indonesian universities in a conference held in Bogor. Based on those learning outcomes, students are required to take 147 minimum credits before graduation.


1st Semester
1Religion3General competence
2Indonesian Ideology2General competence
3Introduction to Agricultural Science2General competence
4English3General competence
5Introduction to Mathematics3General competence
6General Biology2General competence
7General Physics2General competence
8General Sociology3General competence
2nd Semester
9Indonesian Language2General competence
10Calculus3General competence
11General Chemistry2General competence
12General Economy3General competence
13Introduction to Entrepreneurship1General competence
14Introduction to Management3Mayor
15Basic of Business3Interdept
3rd Semester
 16Micro Economics Theory I3Interdept
 17Statistics Methodology I3Interdept
 18Financial Accounting3Mayor
 19Marketing Management3Mayor
 20Quantitative Method for Management3Mayor
 21Production and Operational Management3Mayor
 22Human Resource Management3Mayor
4th Semester
 23Management Accounting3Mayor
 24Financial Management3Mayor
 25Promotion and Advertising3Mayor
 26Service Marketing3Mayor
 27Decision Making Techniques3Mayor
 28Organizational Behavior3Mayor
 29Performance Management3Mayor



5th Semester
 30Agricultural Economics3Interdept
 31Financial Market and Institution3Mayor
 32Micro Financial Management3Mayor
 33International Marketing3Mayor
 34Quality Management3Mayor
 35Compensation Management3Mayor
6th Semester
 36Community Service Programme4Interdept
 37Management Information System3Mayor
 38Risk Management3Mayor
 39Research Method and Scientific Writing3Mayor
 40Product and Price Management3Mayor
 41Supply Chain Management3Mayor
7th Semester
 42Professional Ethics and Communication3Mayor
 43Project Management3Mayor
 44Strategic Management3Mayor
 46Undergraduate Theses6Mayor
 8th Semester
 Undergraduate Theses6Mayor




  1. Introduction to Management

To provide basic knowledge of management and organization, management functions that include planning, organizing, leading and controlling as well as discussing internal, external and global environments changes that influence management aspects.

  1. Financial Accounting

This course provides an understanding of the accounting field that focuses on Financial Accounting, that is accounting reporting based on the Indonesian Financial Accounting Standards, starting from the introduction of basic concepts, accounting cycles, account treatment according to Standards (PSAK) , preparation of the four main components of the Financial Report, until how to utilize this financial information for financial statement analysis.

  1. Marketing Management

This course is given to equip students with knowledge about market environment identification, identification of consumer behavior, SWOT analysis, strategy, tactics and values ​​in the marketing mix (product, price, distribution, promotion).

  1. Quantitative Method for Management

This course discusses quantitative analysis methods for decision making.

  1. Production and Operational Management

This course discusses various theories, concepts and practices of production and operations management to produce goods and services that are competitive and sustainable. The discussion includes the introduction of management production and operations in the company, product design and development, design of production processes, location determination, layout, forecasting, production scheduling, inventory management, aggregate planning, raw material requirement planning, production scheduling, work measurement and the introduction of the Toyota Production System.

  1. Human Resource Management

This course provides basic understanding on major topics in Human Resource Management as  the key component of  competitiveness, effectiveness, and sustainability of every organization. Human Resource Management plays a crucial role in achieving employees’ required competence, affecting employees’ behavior, and confirming effective and  efficient organization performance. Discussion will cover a variety of indispensible topics: translating Human Resource Management (HRM) strategies into HRM management system with various HRM practice within a work cycle, including job analysis, recruitment and selection, learning and developing, carrier and talent  management , performance appraisal, compensation, industrial relationship, and HRM information and administration systems.

  1. Management Accounting

The course aims to provide an understanding of the concept of cost, cost of production and decision making processes within the company.

  1. Financial Management

This course provides an understanding of the use of financial tools (Risk and rate of return, financial securities, capital budgeting, capital structure, leverage, and working capital) and interest rates in decision making for companies and financial markets, as well management of cash, short-term securities, accounts receivable, inventory and dividends.

  1. Promotion and Advertising

This course discusses marketing communication, how marketing communication works, marketing communication strategies and planning, marketing communication mix (advertising, sales promotion, personal sales, public relations, direct marketing using social media and internet media, and customer relations.

  1. Service Marketing

This course provides knowledge about the characteristics and classification of business (sector) services, the development of service marketing concepts, and good marketing management models, in addition to tools that are often used to plan, design, organize service marketing activities, audit and evaluate activities quickly.

  1. Decision Making Techniques

This course discusses various theory, concepts and practices regarding the process of thinking systematically in problem solving and decision making, situation analysis, problem analysis, decision analysis and analysis of potential problems in various conditions that contain certain risks

  1. Organizational Behavior

This course provides an overview of human behavior in organizations, not only as individuals, but also as groups or greater units, with a discussion of the principles of behavior planning and controlling human resources by studying and understanding individuals in groups, groups in organizations and organizational systems themselves.



  1. Performance Management

Provide understanding of concepts, principles and theories of performance management and examples of their application to organizations. Performance management is held to understand efforts to improve organizational performance through aspects of human resources which include understanding the concept of performance systems, measurement, process, and performance evaluation; with the main focus are increasing productivity and analyzing individual performance that have impact on the vision, mission and objectives of strategic organizations. Improving organizational performance is a demand of both external and internal, in order to maintain the organization, improve competitiveness and achieve organizational goals through the optimization of human resources. All aspects that related to efforts to improve organizational performance will be the main focus of all organizational activities primarily including commitment to performance improvement, planning activities and processes as well as evaluations based on the system of organizational performance principles that have been socialized.

  1. Financial Market and Institution

This course aims to provide students with an understanding of the environment, markets and financial institutions; operating system, products, performance appraisal, risk management and financial hedging.

  1. Micro Financial Management

Discuss the application of financial concepts, models and financial principles for planning, organizing, and developing micro, small, and medium enterprises.

  1. International Marketing

International Marketing is the application of marketing management principles in international markets that have different environments, institutions, politics and economics. Differences in this environment require adjustments in technology / marketing use. This course also discusses international marketing strategies and strategies for entering the global market, as well as the stages of export marketing strategies from various new industries.

  1. Quality Management

This course is given to equip students to be able to discuss the concepts of quality, system and quality management along with quality analysis tools in the field of production and services.

  1. Compensation Management

This course introduces the basic principles of compensation management including the introduction to the types of compensation and the calculation systems of compensation. The calculation systems include the calculation for wage/salary, merit system, overtime, work termination, retirement, etc., which are commonly implemented in companies. This course is designed to enable students fully understand how compensation management system works commonly in companies.

  1. Management Information System

This course is given to equip students with various theories, concepts, and practices of management information systems in improving organizational / business competitive advantage. The discussion includes the introduction of information systems, the role of information systems and technology in improving competitive advantage, elements of information systems, and various applications of information systems in business organizations, as well as issues of ethical codes in the use of information technology.

  1. Risk Management

This course is given to supply students in risk management of the company, which includes types of risks, stages in risk management which consist of identification and risk grouping, risk assessment, risk mitigation, and risk evaluation; as well as the basic framework of ISO 31000.

  1. Research Method and Scientific Writing

This course discusses various theories, concepts and practices in planning and writing scientific research in the field of management which includes the research process, literature search, problem formulation, deepening concepts, hypothesis formulation, research design, sampling, processes and instruments of data collection, case studies, participatory studies, research plan writing, data processing and analysis, conclusions and report writing and presentation.

  1. Product and Price Management

This course is given to equip students with knowledge on theoretical basic concepts and stages in product development and pricing strategies so that they can integrate marketing mix strategies in an organization.

  1. Supply Chain Management

This course discusses various theories, concepts and applications of supply chain management to improve the company’s long-term performance and overall supply chain. The discussion includes the introduction of supply chain management; supply chain strategies and policies, supply chain of operational functions concerning planning, procurement and inventory management, transportation and distribution management; as well as use of information systems in the supply chain.

  1. Professional Ethics and Communication

This course discusses normative attitudes and attitudes that should be carried out in business, procedures in business relationships that are used as values ​​and norms (Good Corporate Governance, IPR, Consumer Protection, Environmental Impact and Halal Certification issues) and discuss the concept of communication in relationships and work / business includes inter-personal and intra-communication, presentation techniques, solving techniques problems, negotiations, public relations, public speaking and multimedia as a facility to communicate professionally.

  1. Project Management

This course is given to equip students to be able to discuss philosophies and concepts regarding project management, system development cycles, planning, feasibility studies, production and operations, and termination of business projects in the fields of production and services.

  1. Strategic Management

This course discusses the basic direction of organization (institution / company) and stage-based decision making such as internal and external factors, formulation, implementation, and changes (evaluation of global strategies and issues), as well as special topics / special analysis.

  1. Seminar

Students deliver presentations on research designs or research results openly as a condition for completing studies.

  1. Undergraduate Theses

Written report of the final assignment in the form of scientific work to improve analytical skills based on scientific rules.