Bachelor Program (S1) in Law of Faculty of Law Universitas Airlangga, is designed using Competence-Based Curriculum. The objective of this program is to produce professional experts in Law that possess competence and skills in legal practice and have high morality. In this program, the average study period is 4 (four) years or 8 (eight) semesters, while the required credits to graduate is a minimum of 144 credits. Upon completing a minimum of 110 credits, student is required to write an undergraduate thesis and defend it in the presence of the Examination Committee. A graduate from this program is entitled to hold Bachelor of Law (S.H.) academic degree.
The Bachelor Program in Law of the Faculty of Law Universitas Airlangga offers 5 (five) areas of interest for student to choose as their major:
- Business Law;
- Governmental Law;
- International Law; and
- Islamic Business Law.
To be able to join Bachelor Program Law in the Faculty of Law Universitas Airlangga, prospective students must meet the following requirements:
Prospective students must have graduated from Senior High School (SMA);
Prospective students must pass any of the following selection tests, which are National Selection of Public University Admission (SNMPTN); Joint Selection of Public University Admission (SBMPTN); Interests and Capability Search Program (Independent Selection of Admission for Universitas Airlangga). In addition, having no disability that may hamper the learning process is a prerequisite.
Prospective students are expected to have sufficient English language skills in order to join the undergraduate program in the Faculty of Law of Universitas Airlangga. For more information on student admission for Bachelor Program in Law, please access the Admission Center website.
In order to graduate and obtain Bachelor of Law (S.H.), students must complete a minimum of 144 credits. During the study period, student’s learning performance will be evaluated through midterm test, final tests, assignments, and lab work. In addition, at the end of the study period students must write undergraduate thesis to be examined by the Examination Committee. In general, students will complete the study in 4 (four) years or 8 (eight) semesters. With careful planning, students can complete the program within 3.5 (three and half) years or 7 (seven) semesters. Some students may need more time to complete their studies for various reasons. However, all students are required to complete their studies for a maximum of 7 (seven) years or 14 (fourteen) semesters.
Bachelor Program (S1) in Law is headed by Dr. Aktieva Tri Tjitrawati, S.H., M.Hum.