Anthropology S1 study program internally called Cultural Anthropology establishes a curriculum that prioritizes strengthening the capacity of students in the field of Anthropology both from aspects of knowledge and basic skills. The choice was taken because basically undergraduate undergraduates are prepared to have practical skills to be better prepared to work in various sectors of work that require not only anthropology knowledge but also its application. They must still have a specific knowledge of Anthropology, but not a master who has the responsibility to develop the thought of Anthropology, but become the forerunner of the master and doctorate of Anthropology. They are expected to become scholars who master anthropology and can work with scholars from other disciplines. Therefore, undergraduate lectures provide a variety of provisions about various areas of expertise that can be developed by graduates both for academic and practical purposes.
To support the development of creativity of graduates entering the field of work in the academic and practical world, students are equipped with various opportunities to take applied courses and interdisciplinary courses. This interdisciplinary course can be taken in the study program or outside the study program. The Department and the Faculty will facilitate students to gain access, to take this course at the Faculty level and outside the Faculty and even outside the University through the credit earning scheme.
The Department of Anthropology stipulates that students are declared to graduate from the study program when they have graduated from college as much as a minimum of 144 credits and a maximum of 150 credits. The course content consists of Compulsory University (WU), Compulsory Faculty (WF), and Compulsory Department / Study Program S1, Mandatory / Choice Of Study Program (W / P), and Choices classified as interdisciplinary courses. The purpose of W / P is from a number of courses offered by students only must take some, and the rest can be taken as an option or not at all.
To graduate S1, students are required to take all compulsory university courses, compulsory faculty, and compulsory study level as much as a minimum of 73 credits (or 51 percent of the total courses taken by students). Thus students still have the opportunity to develop themselves, but still their knowledge and Anthropological skills remain dominant and can color their future career.
Courses presented by the Department / Study Program which is a compulsory study program include basic compulsory as an initial requirement to get to know anthropology, and other compulsory. Mandatory basic there are 17 credits (see table 3), while additional compulsory courses include regional ethnographic courses of 12 credits (see table 4), thematic studies of cultural elements 12 credits (see table 5), and courses that are in the applied anthropology cluster of 12 credits (see table 6). As for pure elective courses that fall into categories, interdisciplinary, and courses from outside faculty and universities (see table 7).
The Anthropology S1 curriculum accommodates the strengthening of lecture activity skills, so that courses are provided that are incorporated in the applied Anthropology cluster, and special courses that strengthen skills such as the practice of the Anthropology profession.