Curriculum

Since 2012, IR UMY adopted Curriculum Based on Competency (CBC). In the previous curriculum, in the final semesters focused on area studies (the Asia Pacific and the Islamic World) as well as on the important issues of Globlization, but in the CBC 2012, students will emphasize the sharpening of competence in the field of international relations, namely, Diplomacy, Transnational Society, and Multinational Business Fields.

Status Code : R = Required, O = Optional

Grp

List Course 

Code

Status

Smt.

Credits

I

General Courses

 

Status

Smt.

SKS

1

Islamic Studies 5101013

R

1

3

2

National Ideology (Pancasila) 5101015

R

1

3

3

The Study of Muhammadiyah Movement 5101023

R

2

3

4

Civic Education 5101024

R

2

2

Total Credits

11

II

Basic Course

 

Status

Smt.

SKS

1

Introduction to International Relations 5101011

R

1

3

2

Philosophy of Science 5101012

R

1

3

3

Introduction to Political Science 5101014

R

1

3

4

Introduction to Economics 5101016

R

1

3

5

Introduction to Sociology 5101017

R

1

3

6

English I 5101018

R

1

1

7

Contemporary Issues of International Relations 5101021

R

2

3

8

Social Research Methodology 5101022

R

2

3

9

Political Ideas 5101025

R

2

3

10

Indonesian Political System 5101026

R

2

3

11

World History 5101027

R

2

3

12

Introduction to International Law 5101028

R

2

3

13

English II 5101029

R

2

1

14

International Relations Theory I 5101031

R

3

3

15

Islamic Political Thought 5101032

R

3

3

16

Introduction to Diplomacy 5101033

R

3

3

17

Indonesian Foreign Policy 5101034

R

3

3

18

International Political Economy 5101035

R

3

3

19

International Organization and Institution 5101036

R

3

3

20

Introduction to Strategic Studies 5101037

R

3

3

21

English III 5101038

R

3

1

22

International Relations Theory II 5101041

R

4

3

23

International Relations in Middle East 5101042

R

4

3

24

Theories of Comparative Foreign Policy 5101043

R

4

3

25

International Relations in Southeast Asia 5101044

R

4

3

26

Political Economy in East Asia 5101045

R

4

3

27

US Global Politics 5101046

R

4

3

28

European Union Studies 5101047

R

4

3

29

English IV 5101048

R

4

1

30

Methodology of International Relations 5101051

R

5

3

31

Muslim World Studies 5101052

R

5

3

32

English V 5101053

R

5

1

33

Seminar of International Relations 5101061

R

6

3

34

International Relations in Islamic Perspective 5101062

R

6

3

35

English VI 5101065

R

6

1

Total Credits

93

IIIA

Elective Courses

 

Take 4 Courses (Credits: 12)

1

Australia Government and Politics 5101451

O

5

3

2

Japan Government and Politics 5101452

O

5

3

3

China Government and Politics 5101453

O

5

3

4

Latin America Government and Politics 5101454

O

5

3

5

Africa Government and Politics 5101455

O

5

3

6

Developing Countries Studies 5101456

O

5

3

7

Political Leadership 5101457

O

5

3

8

International Advocacy Network 5101458

O

5

3

9

Gender and Politics Studies 5101461

O

6

3

10

Russia Government and Politics 5101462

O

6

3

11

South Asia Government and Politics 5101463

O

6

3

12

Africa Government and Politics 5101464

O

6

3

13

Islamic Politics in Central Asia 5101465

O

6

3

14

Human Rights Studies 5101466

O

6

3

15

Globalization Studies 5101467

O

6

3

16

Public Opinion and Political Parties 5101468

O

6

3

Takes Only 4 Elective Course (2 in Fifth and 2 Sixth Semester). 

 

IIIB

Competence Courses on Diplomacy

 

Status

Smt.

Credits

1

Muslim World Diplomacy 5101151

R

5

3

2

Cultural Diplomacy 5101152

R

5

3

3

Diplomatic Law 5101153

R

5

3

4

International Conflict Resolution 5101161

R

6

3

5

International Negotiation Techniques 5101162

R

6

3

6

Diplomatic Practicum 5101163

R

6

3

Total Credits

18

IIIC

Competence Courses on Transnational Society

 

Status

Smt.

SKS

1

International Non-Governmental Organizations 5101251

R

5

3

2

Global Environmental Politics 5101252

R

5

3

3

Humanitarian Law 5101253

R

5

3

4

Democracy and Human Right 5101261

R

6

3

5

International Islamic Movement 5101262

R

6

3

6

International Migration 5101263

R

6

3

Total Credits

18

IIID

Competence Courses on Multinational Business  

Status

Smt.

SKS

1

Multinational Corporations Studies 5101351

R

5

3

2

International Trade and Investment 5101352

R

5

3

3

International Trade Law 5101353

R

5

3

4

International Economic and Financial Institutions 5101361

R

6

3

5

Global Entrepreneurship 5101362

R

6

3

6

International Islamic Political Economy 5101363

R

6

3

Total MK-Bis

18

IV Elective Language Courses  

1

Arabic I 5102049A

O

4

2

2

Arabic II 5102054A

O

5

2

3

Arabic III 5102066A

O

6

2

4

Japanese I 5102049J

O

4

2

5

Japanese II 5102054J

O

5

2

6

Japanese III 5102066J

O

6

2

7

Mandarin I 5102049M

O

4

2

8

Mandarin II 5102054M

O

5

2

9

Mandarin III 5102066M

O

6

2

Total Credits

6

IV

Final Courses

 

Status

Smt.

Credits

1

Community Service 5102071

R

3

2

Thesis 5102072

R

6

Total Credits

9

Noted:         

Final Course only can be reached after a minimum of 110 credits.

Thesis can be reached after a minimum C in Courses below:

Introduction to International Relations, Theory of International Relations I and Social Research Methodology.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

English Language Learning will begins with a placement test to determine the nature of the beginning of the student, so that students will be grouped based on ability, namely Pre-Intermediate, Intermediate, or Advance. TOEFL test for the requirements for graduation (450 for Regular Class and 500 for IPIRELs).

Co-curricular Practicum and Workshop: To strengthening the soft skill side of the student. This curriculum designed in the non-credits, but must be passed and proofing by the certificate.

The co-curricular practice, by namely:

  • Semester I: Achievement Motivation Training (AMT)
  • Semester II: Academic Writing
  • Semester III: Public Speaking
  • Semester IV: Workshop IT
  • Semester V: Diplomatic Course
  • Semester VI: Writing Thesis Workshop

The names of the Practicum / Workshop may be changed if needed