Discussion of Joint Curriculum of S1 Management Alumni
Wednesday, 22 May 2019, Bachelor of Management Study Program STIE Perbanas Surabaya held a Curriculum Discussion by bringing alumni. The event was packaged in the title "Discussion of the Undergraduate Management and Curriculum Joint Alumni Study Program" was attended by leaders and officials of related study programs.
Located in Gunawangsa Merr Hotel Surabaya, dozens of alumni actively participated in contributing their ideas and ideas in order to develop their study programs better. The Head of the Bachelor of Management Study Program as well as the moderator of the discussion, Burhanudin, S.E., M.Sc., Ph.D., said that the event was held with the aim of finding out the profile of graduates of management. In addition, this event is also useful for measuring special skills of local alumni after graduation. "Even. "Any insight and knowledge that can support the ability of graduates is absorbed in the world of work," he said.
The profile of graduates who attended the curriculum discussion included: Entrepreneurship in Shipping Equipment in Balikpapan, Assistant Manager of Bank CIMB NIAGA, Administrative Staff of the Quality Assurance Center, Management Development Program (MDP) at OCBC Bank, Staff Administration Center for Research and Community Service (PPPM), Administrative Staff at Pertamina, Funding BNI Syariah, Bank Syariah Mandiri (Marketing Officer), Teller BCA, to Credit Admin.
Based on the graduates who attended the discussion, graduates of Management S1 STIE Perbanas Surabaya had special skills and different knowledge. Some graduates also have similarities in special skills, such as organizing skills, being disciplined in time, communicating well. Finally, armed with these skills, graduates become accustomed to teaching on campus that has been good and carried on to work.
During the discussion, the Deputy Chairperson of Academic Affairs, Dr. Drs. Emanuel Kristijadi, M.M., said that the 2014 curriculum was designed so that all departments could enter the banking sector. In the future, learning will be applied based on roleplay. Meanwhile, Chairperson of STIE Perbanas Surabaya, Dr. Yudi Sutarso, S.E., M.Sc., added that in the industrial revolution 4.0 era, changes in learning were still carried out with technology and progress in the digital era. "This change is certainly becoming more efficient, such as meetings without having to come to the office and place deposits online," he concluded. (Della/Eko)