Master of Anthropology study program has three interest groups consisting of globalization, politics, economics, and environment groups; Culture, Media, and Lifestyle; Development of Theory, Methodology, and Ethnography. To swing each group provided basic courses that must be taken by students, such as Epistemology of Anthropology. Although some of these courses are in Prodi S1, such as ethnographic research methods, but the weight of the material and output produced is more in-depth, so that students not only have theoretical and methodological knowledge, but are able to criticize and develop it into a thesis.
To organize courses in the Anthropology S2 Study Program, lecturers who master are those who have competence in their fields. Generally, each lecturer has special competencies that contribute to the development of the curriculum for each course he has. However, it is expected that each course is fostered by a team of lecturers so that students get more diverse years and experiences as an important provision in developing theoretical discourses, methods, and issues and research themes.
Studying in the Anthropology S2 Study Program consists of lectures in the classroom by requiring students to take courses as much as a minimum of 34 credits, and a thesis worth 8 credits. Students can still take more than 34 credits, but the maximum can only take as many as 40 credits. It is expected that students can graduate from 1.8 years to 2.5 years. Normally, students pass two years with one year of college and one year of thesis writing consisting of one month of writing proposals, two months of fieldwork,three months of writing thesis manuscripts, and the rest for exams and revisions.
In detail, the arrangement of courses presented in the Anthropology Program is as follows:
- Number of Credits Compulsory Compulsory Study Program S2: 21 Credits
- Number of Credits Compulsory Courses / Group A Choice : 30 Credits
- Number of Credits Compulsory Courses / Group B Choice : 27 Credits
- Number of Credits Compulsory Courses / Group C Choice : 27 Credits
- Number of SKS Of Inter-Group Elective Courses: 21 Credits
Composition of Anthropological Undergraduate Study Program Courses
Composition of Anthropology Undergraduate Study Program Courses