GRADING SYSTEM

Students’ progress and successfulness in a course is measured using various methods in accordance with the characteristics and learning objectives of each course. Methods such as written exam, oral exam, paper, seminar, and other assignments may be used to approximate students’ progress and successfulness within a course. Students’ grade in a course is stated in letters A, B, C, D, E, where each letter represents values in calculating their GPA, as follows:
A = 4
B = 3
C = 2
D = 1
E = 0
The above values are calculated for each semester credit the students have undertaken. In calculating GPA for each student, grade D or lower will not be valued. Students who receive grade C are able to retake the course, whenever offered.
Students will be considered as to have completed the master program, only if they have fulfilled the following requirements:
a. have passed a thesis defense;
b. have submitted a thesis and publication manuscript, as approved and signed by the examiners, Head of Study Program, and the Dean; and
c. have obtained a minimum GPA of 2.75 (two point seven five), without any grade D or E.
Graduation predicate is given individually to each student based on his or her achieved GPA, and determined in accordance with the following categories, namely:
c.i.1.a. GPA of 2,75 – 3,49 will receive the predicate of c.i.1.a. Satisfactory;
c.i.1.b. GPA of 3,50 – 3,74 will receive the predicate of Very Satisfactory;
c.i.1.c. GPA of ≥ 3,75 will receive the predicate ofCum Laude, provided that the study period does not exceed three years.