Regular Undergraduate Program

As mandated by Law No. 12 of 2012 on Higher Education, the educational curriculum of an institution is mandated to be always in line and renewed according to the development of needs and science and technology (IPTEK) as elaborated in the Graduate Learning Outcomes. In order to revise the curriculum which has been implemented since 2015, the UGM Bachelor in Law Program has held activities in evaluating and changing the curriculum since the beginning of 2020. Changes in the curriculum in universities must be carried out in response to the development of activities in Science, Technology, and the Arts) community needs, and the needs of graduate users (stakeholder needs). The Faculty of Law, UGM routinely holds curriculum workshops, both for undergraduate and postgraduate programs, as well as a series of annual Dies Natalis events. However, at the beginning of 2020, the Ministry of Education and Culture implemented a new policy in the field of higher education through the "Merdeka Belajar - Kampus Merdeka" (MBKM) program which is still under dynamic discussions. The MBKM policy provides opportunities for students to gain wider learning experiences and new competencies through several learning activities outside the study program. This new policy requires the application of a relaxation policy to previously implemented curriculums.

Head of Study Program
Dr. Wahyu Yun Santoso, S.H., M.Hum., LL.M.

Secretary:
Richo Andi Wibowo, S.H., LL.

 
 

Vision

A world-class Faculty of Law that is competitive, innovative, serves the interests of the nation and humanity that is inspired by the nation's cultural values based on Pancasila.

  1. To organize an excellent law education with international standard and continuous development of legal studies
  2. Conducting legal research that is beneficial to the public.
  3. To organize public service in order to increase knowledge and awareness of law
  4. Cooperating with national and international institutions.
  1. Ability to apply legal knowledge through monitoring and analysis of legal problems that occur and develop in people's lives, in a satisfactory and responsible manner.
  2. Ability to master the principles, theories and concepts of law in order to be able to apply positive law in finding and providing problem solutions to legal cases that exist in the community, according to the scope of work or profession.
  3. Ability to solve legal problems according to the scope of work or profession, according to fair legal principles.
  4. Ability to conduct research in law that mono- and multidiscipline to answer the happening issues in public's livelihood
  5. Ability to independently, and/or in groups, choose and use appropriate methods to prepare draft legal documents by upholding the ethics of the legal profession.

Graduates of S1 (Bachelor of Law) program are expected to master the principles, theories and doctrines of legal studies with the ability to apply them in practice. These competencies are demonstrated by:

  1. Ability to apply legal knowledge through monitoring and analysis of legal problems that occur and develop in people's lives, in a satisfactory and responsible manner.
  2. Ability to master the principles, theories and concepts of law in order to be able to apply positive law in finding and providing problem solutions to legal cases that exist in the community, according to the scope of work or profession.
  3. Ability to solve legal problems according to the scope of work or profession, according to fair legal principles.
  4. Ability to conduct research in law that mono- and multidiscipline to answer the happening issues in public's livelihood

Ability to independently, and/or in groups, choose and use appropriate methods to prepare draft legal documents by upholding the ethics of the legal profession.

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Undergraduate Program
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