Overview of MM . Thesis Care Activities
Thesis is the final task for the master's level (S2). Thesis is a written scientific work that is prepared individually based on the results of empirical research to be used as material for academic studies. Thesis is a statement or theory that is supported by arguments to be put forward, is the result of a systematic study of the problem, the thesis contains methods of data collection, analysis and processing, and presents conclusions and proposes recommendations. In addition, S2 students before graduating must meet the publication requirements as stated in the Director General of Higher Education Letter No. 152/E/T/2012. That in order to produce the quantity and quality of publication of scientific works, students of undergraduate, masters, and doctoral programs on a national and international scale as an effort to develop science and technology as well as to increase the nation's competitiveness in the management and administration of higher education are required to adjust these provisions. graduates of master's programs compose a thesis or other equivalent form and a paper published in an accredited scientific journal or accepted for publication in an international journal.
To support and encourage master's degree students to graduate on time, arrange a routine activity, namely Thesis Care. In this activity, there are different discussion themes for each activity such as discussing publications, discussing methods of measurement and others according to the needs of the students. On January 15, 2022 at 13.00 PS MM held Thesis Care with the theme of Discussion Compiling Articles for Publication of International Conferences with Prof. Dr. Tatik Suryani, P, Si., MM. This activity was attended by Masters students with various batches as well as undergraduate students who will take part in international conferences. It is hoped that this kind of activity will help students to write good publication articles and graduate on time. This Thesis Care activity is carried out regularly every semester as a breakthrough in the study program to improve educational services and encourage students to graduate on time. (TDP)