Bachelor Program of Management: Course Descriptions

Life Skills Courses

  1. Natural Science

Management: 1110333 / Credits: 3

Accounting: 1210333 / Credits: 3

Office Management: 1110133 / Credits: 3

Description

This course covers the fundamentals of Natural Science in order to instill in students a comprehensive insight on scientific methods and science in general. The topics include: 1) the nature of Natural Science; 2) human mind and its developments; 3) the births of the universe; 4) the universe as a system; 5) scientific methods; 6) natural resources, the environment, and their management; 7) natural science and technology: development and implementation.

References

  1. 2010. Ilmu Alamiah Dasar. CV. Pustaka Setia : Bandung
  2. Ati Hamoni, Pengantar Ilmu Alamiah Dasar, Gunadarma, Jakarta, 1992.
  3. Ilmu Alamiah Dasar, Bagian Proyek Peningkatan Tenaga Akademik, Dirjen Dikti, Depdiknas, Jakarta, 2001.
  4. Suryadi HS, Aljabar Logika dan Himpuna, Gunadarma, Jakarta, 1995.

 

  1. Elementary Socio-Cultural Science

Management: 1110733 / Credits: 3

Accounting: 1210732 / Credits: 3

Office Management: 1110133 / Credits: 3

This course is one of the Life Skills Courses taught at universities. Its vision is to become a source of values and guideline for the implementation of the study program to assist students in establishing their personality, social awareness, social skills, knowledge about the preservation and utilization of natural resources and the environment, and insight into developments in science, technology, and art. Its mission is to help students in developing their critical thinking, creativity, appreciation and alertness to social and cultural values, in order to strengthen their personalities as the necessary provisions in social life, as social individuals who: (a) are democratic and civilized, uphold the value of humanity, have dignity, and care for the preservation of natural resources and the environment; (b) have the ability to master the basics of science, technology, and art; and (c) are willing to participate in finding prudent solutions to socio-cultural and environmental issues. This course addresses the basic knowledge on the concepts of humanity, culture, sociology, values, morality and law, science, technology, art, and environment.

  1. Baker, A. 1992. Ontologi: Metafisika Umum. Yogyakarta.
  2. Geerzt, H. 1980. Aneka Budaya dan Komunitas di Indonsia. Yis dan FIS UI. Jakarta.
  3. 1990. Metodologi Sejarah. Tiara Wacana. Yogakarta.
  4. Salam, Burhanuddin. 1988. Filsafat Manusia (Antropologi Metafisika). Bina Aksara.    Jakarta.
  5. Schuon, F. 1997. Hakikat Manusia. Pustaka Pelajar. Yogakarta.
  6. Setiadi, Elly M. dkk. 2006. Kencana. Jakarta.
  7. Soekanto, Soejono. 1983. Struktur Masyarakat. Jakarta.
  8. Suleman, munandar. 1995. Ilmu Budaya Dasar. Bandung.

 

  1. Community Service Program

 

Science and Skills Courses

  1. Logic (1210232 / Credits: 2)

This course covers the knowledge that leads to logical and scientific thinking in problem-solving, matters relating to the systematic and normative process of human reasoning toward the truth. The process of thinking/reasoning deserves special attention because it eventually results in a hypothesis or a conclusion. Such goal is certainly in need of conceptual ways or a thinking process which is systematic and adhering to the norms of thinking, which in the philosophy of science are commonly formulated as the necessity for systematic, radical and universal reasoning.

  1. Poespoprodjo dan EK. T. Gilarso,  Logika Ilmu Menalar: Dasar-Dasar Berpikir Tertib, Logis, Kritis, Analitis, Dialektis.  Bandung:  Pustaka Grafika, 2006.
  2. Jujun S. Suriasumantri, 1994, Filsafat Ilmu,Sebuah Pengantar Populer, Pustaka Sinar Harapan, Jakarta.
  3. Muji Sutrisno dan Budi Hardiman (ed), 1992, Para Filsuf Penetu Gerak Zaman,    Cetakan 1, Penerbit Kanisius, Yogyakarta.

 

  1. Introduction to Business (1220133 / Credits: 3)

This course provides the basic understanding and introduction to the definition of business. Such understanding is not limited to the definition, but also covers the applications and other related factors. An understanding of business would include marketing, management, resources, accounting, and the fundamental business strategies that are capable of analyzing and choosing the forms of business organizations, resources and investment management, and the right strategies to win encountered business competitions.

  1. Fuad, M; dkk. (2001), Pengantar Bisnis. Gramedia, Jakarta
  2. Madura, Jeff. (2001), Pengantar Bisnis. Salemba Empat-UI, Jakarta
  3. Suprihanto, J dan Sumarni, M. (1995). Pengantar Bisnis. Liberty, Yogyakarta
  4. Umar, Husein. (2000). Bussiness anda Introduction, Gramedia, Jakarta

 

  1. Introduction to Management (1120233 / Credits: 3)

Introduction to Management is the foundation in studying other managerial functions such as operations/production management, marketing, finance, and human resources management. This course provides useful and relevant information to aid students comprehending the fundamental concepts and basic theories on management as a system which processes in an organization. Through this course, students are expected to gain an understanding about: the basics of management and organization, the history of the development of management science, the main functions of management which include planning function, staffing function, the function of leading, motivating and communicating, control/supervision function, management levels and the required skills, the main roles of management, and the influence of culture on management style.

  1. Stoner, James A.F (terjemahan). Manajemen, Jilid I dan II. Jakarta : Erlangga, 2002
  2. Konntz, Harold, Cyril O’donnel, dan Heinz Weihrich (terjemahan). Manajemen, jilid I dan II. Jakarta: Erlangga,2002.
  3. James A.F.Stoner /Charles Wankel.(terjemahan) Manajemen. Jilid I dan II. Edisi Kelima. Jakarta : CV. Intermeia Jakarta,1996

Supplementary books

  1. Paus Yohanes Paulus II (terjemahan)Ensiklik Laborem Exercens tentang Makna Kerja Manusia. Ende : Flores :Nusa Indah,1984.
  2. Strauss,George dan Leonard Sayles.(terjemahan) Manajemen Personalia.Jilid I. Jkarta : PT. Pustaka Binaman Pressindo, 1996.

 

  1. Microeconomic Theory (1120333 / Credits: 3)

Microeconomic Theory is an economic theory which is also known as the price theory. Microeconomic theory emphasizes discussions on the 2-economic-actors mechanism – producers and consumers – in setting the price. The emphasized consumer behavior is how consumers can get maximum satisfaction on their budget, and the emphasized producer behavior is how producers can make profits with the constraints/limited resources they are facing. Another topic is how the market structure that brings together producers and consumers can provide opportunities to each economic actor in accordance with its objectives.

  1. Gregory Mankiw. 2003. Principles of Economics, 2nd ed. Diterjemahkan: Haris Mundandar, Pengantar Ekonomi Jilid 1, Penerbit Erlangga, Jakarta, 2003.
  2. Prathama Rahardja dan Mandala Manurung, Teori Ekonomi Mikro: suatu pengantar, Buku Seri Teori Ekonomi, Edisi ketiga, Penerbit Fakultas Ekonomi Universitas Indonesia, Jakarta, 2004.

 

  1. Macroeconomic Theory (1120343 / Credits: 3)

This course aims to provide a deeper understanding of macroeconomic theory and covers key subjects in both closed and open economies, including macroeconomic indicators such as gross domestic product, employment opportunities and unemployment, inflation, external balance, and formation of exchange value. This course also discusses the elements of aggregative demand and supply, economic growth theory, and economic policies – fiscal and monetary policies and their impacts on the economy. Other parts of the course include case studies on the impact of economic policy on Indonesian economy. In addition to qualitative approaches, this course also teaches graphics and empirical analysis with the aim that students gain adequate analytical skills.

  1. Mankiw, N. Gregory, Macroeconomics, Edisi ke 5, Worth Publisher, 2003, (MNG)
  2. Dornbush R, Stanley Fischer, Richard Startz, Macroeconomics, Edisi ke 9, McGraw Hill, 2004 (DSR)

Supplementary reading

  1. Outlook ekonomi, various publishers, Bank Indonesia, Bappenas, Bank Dunia, IMF, Asian Developmnet Bank,
  2. Data Ekonomi, various sources, Badan Pusat Statistik.

 

  1. Mathematics for Economics and Business (1220633 / Credits: 3)

Mathematics is a tool used to simplify the presentation and comprehension of a problem. Using the language of mathematics, a problem may become simpler and easier to present, to understand, to analyze, and to solve. Various mathematical concepts have become an important analytical tool in economics.

  1. Dumairy, 1990. Matematika Terapan, UGM Press, Yogyakarta.
  2. Chiang, 1987. Introduction to Mathematic, MacMillan, New York.
  3. Silabus Fakultas Ekonomi Jurusan Manajemen, 2007.

 

  1. Accounting Basics (1130133 / Credits: 3)

This course is a fundamental function and an absolute requirement in a company’s activities. This course helps students to be familiar with the methods of accounting recording and financial statement preparation in trading and service corporations, the concepts, principles, procedures and techniques of accounting recording for items in financial statements, special issues in accounting at corporations in the form of partnerships, limited liabilities, and cooperatives.

  1. Crollin, Accounting Principle, 13th, South-Western Publishing Co, 1999
  2. Smith, Jay. M. Jr. and Skousen, Intermediate Accounting, South Western Publishing Co, Cincinnati, 1999
  3. Akuntansi Pengantansi
  4. haryono Jusup. Dasar-dasar Akuntansi
  5. Ikatan Akuntansi Indonesia. Standar Akuntansi Keuangan

 

  1. Business English (1220733 / Credits: 3)

This course helps students to gain confidence in using English in business contexts and other economic-related academic areas such as accounting and management. This course also focuses on grammatical structures and vocabulary to accommodate scientific writing.

  1. Emmerson, P. (2002). Business Grammar Builder. London: Macmillan
  2. Emmerson, P. (2011). Business Vocabulary Builder. Oxford: Macmillan Education
  3. Evans, D. (2000). Business English Verbs. Harlow: Pearson Education Ltd.
  4. Sloman, J. & Garratt, D. (2016). Essentials of Economics. Harlow: Pearson Education Ltd.

 

  1. Management Information System (11324333 / Credits: 3)

This course equips students with knowledge on management information system, discussion of the basic concept of resources, information technology and strategic advantages, systems approach model and systems development, data processing, database, and data communication. This knowledge is useful to find out in depth about information systems and its components in the subsystems of marketing, manufacture, finance, etc., so that students will be able to analyze and conceptualize the necessary information system.

  1. McLeod Jr. Reymond, George P. Scell. 2008. Sistem Informasi Manajemen, Edisi 10. Jakarta: Salemba Empat.
  2. McLeod Jr. Reymond. 2001. Sistem Informasi Manajemen, Jilid 1, Edisi 7. Jakarta: Prehalindo.
  3. McLeod Jr. Reymond. 2001. Sistem Informasi Manajemen, Jilid 2, Edisi 7. Jakarta: Prehalindo.

 

  1. Accounting Intermediate (1130233 / Credits: 3)

This course discusses the use of accounting information particularly in financial management. The topics covered include accounting concepts, cash and short-term investments, accounts receivable and its classifications, inventory and inventory management, inventory valuation methods, and tangible or intangible assets valuation.

  1. Agus Sratono, 1997. Manajemen Keuangan Teori dan Aplikasi, BPFE Jogjakarta.
  2. Kamaruddin Ahmad, 1995. Dasar-dasar Manajemen Modal Kerja, Rineka Cipta.
  3. Napa J. Awat, 1999. Manajemen Keuangan, PT. Gramedia Puataka Utama, Jakarta.
  4. Weston and Copeland, E. Thomas, 1997. Managerial Finance, Ninth, The Dryden Press Orlando Florida.

 

  1. Economic Statistics (1120633 / Credits: 3)

This course of statistical science and skills is a course which equips students with knowledge that prioritizes the mastery of data relevant to economic development, as well as includes aspects known as descriptive statistics.

  1. Bambang Kustituanto, Statistika 1, Penerbit Gunadarma, Jakarta, 1994
  2. Kazmier, L.J. & N.F. Pohl, Basic Statistics for Business and Economic, Mc Graw Hill Int. Etd.
  3. Levin, Richard I & David Rubin, Statistics for Management, Prentice Hall, New Jersey, 1991
  4. Sudjana, “Statistik untuk Ekonomi dan Niaga”, Jilid 1 dan 2, Tarsito, Edisi ke V, Bandung..
  5. Spiegel, M.R. Statistics. Schaum`s Outline Series, Asian Student ed, Mc Graw Hill.
  6. Weiers, Ronald M., “Introduction to Business Statistics”, 3rd Ed., Duxbury Press.

Walpole, R.E. Pengantar Statistik, Edisi terjemahan, PT. Gramedia, Jakarta, 1999.

 

  1. Managerial Economics (1130333 / Credits: 3)

This course is an application of microeconomic theory that utilizes tools in the form of the science of organization decision that includes public services and how to achieve business goals in the most efficient way.

  1. Salvatore, Dominic (2011) Managerial Economic in A Global Economy, Seventh Edition, Oxford University Press.
  2. Samuelson, William F and Stephen G. Marks (2012) Managerial Economics, Seventh Edition, John Willey & Sons, Inc.
  3. Mc Guigan, JR., R.C. Moyer, and F.H. Harris (2011) Managerial Economics: Applications, Strategy, and Tactics, Twelfth Edition, South Western, Cengange Learning.

 

  1. Management of Banking and Other Financial Institutions (1131032 / Credits: 2)

This course is a science and skills course which equips students with the knowledge on financial institutions as the heart of the economy. There are 2 main subjects spread over 2 semesters, i.e. depository financial institutions (banking) and non-depository financial institutions (non-banking). Students are presented with various topics such as the definition of financial institutions, history of the development of banks, architecture of Indonesian banking, central bank, types of banks, banking operations, deposit insurance agency, etc.

  1. Peni Sawitri, Eko Hartanto, Bank dan Lembaga Keuangan Lain, Seri Diktat Kuliah, Penerbit Gunadarma, Jakarta, 2007
  2. Dahlan Siamat, Manajemen Lembaga Keuangan, Edisi Kedua, Lembaga Penerbit Fakultas Ekonomi Universitas Indonesia, Jakarta, 1999.
  3. Dr. H. Veithzal Rivai, MBA, Andria Permata Veithzal, B. Acct., MBA, Ferry N.Idroes, SE., MM, Bank and Financial Institution Management, Conventional & Sharia System, PT RajaGrafindo Persada, Jakarta, 2007
  4. Sri Susilo, Sigit Triandaru, A. Totok Budi Santoso, Bank & Lembaga Keuangan Lain, Penerbit Salemba Empat, Jakarta, 2000
  5. Sigit Triandaru, A. Totok Budi Santoso, Bank & Lembaga Keuangan Lain,  Edisi 2, Penerbit Salemba Empat, Jakarta, 2006
  6. Frank J. Fabossi, Franco Modiglani, Michael G. Ferri, Pasar & Lembaga Keuangan, Buku Satu, Penerbit Salemba Empat – Prentice Hall, 1999

 

  1. Computer Application in Statistics (1131332 / Credits: 2)

This course teaches the basics of computer usage and the utilization of several computer application programs such as Microsoft Excel and SPPS, in an effort to improve students’ capabilities and skills in the processing and analysis of research data, survey, censuses, etc. relating to corporation data management.

  1. Imam Ghozali (2013). Aplikasi Analisis Multivariate Dengan Program IBM SPSS 21. Semarang: UNDIP
  2. Jonathan Sarwono. (2007). Analisis Jalur untuk Riset Bisnis dengan SPSS. Yogyakarta: Andi Offset
  3. Singgih Santoso. (2002). SPSS Statistik Multivariat. Jakarta: PT Elek Media Komputindo
  4. (2001). Analisis Statistik dengan Program SPSS 10.0. Bandung:  Alfabeta

 

  1. Decision-Making Theory (1133532)

This course discusses the latest developments, problems, or important issues in operations management in Indonesia and the international world, the basic concepts and functions of operations management, case analysis using concepts and methods to solve issues relating to operations management.

  1. Irham Fahmi, 2013, Manajemen Pengambilan Keputusan, Alfabeta Bandung.
  2. Rizki Dermawan, 2005, Teori Pengambilan Keputusan, Penerbit Alfabeta.
  3. Stevenson dan Ozgur, 2007, Science Management, The McGraw Hill Company
  4. Zulian Yamit ,2004, Manajemen Kuantitatif untuk Bisnis,  BPFE Yogya
  5. Wayne L. Winston, 2004, Operations Research : Applications and Algorithms, Fourth Ed, Thomson Learning, Inc
  6. Rowe, Alan, 1992, Managerial Decision Making: A Guide to Successful Business Decisions, MacMillan
  7. Sri Mulyono, 2004, Riset Operasi, Penerbitan Fakultas Ekonomi Universitas Indonesia

 

  1. Operations Research (1130833 / Credits: 3)

This course discusses various topics on the formation of linier programming models with various cases or specific issues in accordance with issues in the field of managerial economics or corporation accounting.

  1. Hamdy A. Taha.  Operation Research: An Introduction, 8th Edition, Pearson Prentice Hall, 2007.
  2. Hillier, Frederich S. and Lieberman, Introduction to Operation Research, 7th Edition McGraw-Hill, 2001.

 

  1. Indonesian Economics (1120832)

This course provides students with knowledge that prioritizes mastery of main topics such as Indonesian economic system, history of Indonesian economics, management of Indonesian resources, gross domestic product, growth and changes of economic structures, poverty and social gaps, regional autonomy, agricultural sector, industrialization, SMEs, foreign trades, and balance of payments.

  1. Ainur Rofiq, 2013. Kemajuan Ekonomi Indonesia:isu strategis, Tantangan dan kebijakan, Bogor PT Penerbit IPB Press.
  2. Awan Santoso,2013 Perekonomian Indonesia: Masalah,potensi dan Alternatif Solusi.Yogyakarta ,Graha Ilmu
  3. Didin S Damanhuri, Prof .Dr dan Muhammad Findi, Dr 2014. Masalah dan kebijakan Pembangunan Ekonomi Indonesia, Bogor, PT Penerbit IPB Press.
  4. Faisal Basri, 2002, Perekonomian Indonesia: Jakarta, Erlangga
  5. Indra Maipta, Dr. 2014. Mengukur kemiskinan & Distribusi Pendapatan. Yogyakarta, UPP STIM YKPN
  6. Tulus Tambunan, 2001, Perekonomian Indonesia: Teori dan Temuan Empiris: Jakarta, Ghalia Indonesia
  7. Tulus Tambunan, 2003, Perekonomian Indonesia:Beberapa Masalah Penting: Jakarta, Ghalia Indonesia

 

  1. Management Research Methodology (1132033 / Credits: 3)

This course discusses the following subjects: the principles and procedures of research as tools for describing, explaining, predicting, organizing, and controlling various problems that arise in the dynamics of business life. Topics include: science, scientific methods and research, problems, frame of mind and hypothesis, research objects, methods and designs, operations of variables, data sources and types, data selection techniques and tools, validity and reliability of instruments, population and sample, data analysis methods, and applications.

  1. Sekaran, Uma (2000). Research Methods for Business, John Willey & Sons, Inc., USA.
  2. Zikmund, W.G. (2004). Business Research Method, Harcourt, Foth Worth

 

  1. Organizational Behavior (1130933 / Credits: 3)

This course teaches students to master the following principal topics: 1) Organization and Organizational Behavior; 2) Leadership; 3) Organizational Design; 4) Organizational Change; 5) Organization Development.

  1. Gibson, James L., John M., Ivancevich dan James H., Donnely, 2006, Organisasi: Perilaku, Struktur, Proses, (Terjemahan) Edisi Delapan, Binarupa Aksara, Jakarta.
  2. Hadian, Dedi, 2013, Ilmu Perilaku Organisasi, STIE-Pasundan Pess.
  3. Komang Ardana, Ni Wayan, ANak Agung Ayu Sriathi, 2009, Perilaku Keorganisasian, Graha Ilmu, Yogyakarta.
  4. Manahan P. Tampubolon, 2004, Perilaku Keorganisasian (Organization Behavior), Ghalia Indonesia, Jakarta.
  5. Robbins dan Judge, 2009, Perilaku Organisasi, Salemba Empat, Jakarta.
  6. Hani Handoko MBA, 2003, Organisasi Perusahaan, BPFE UGM Yogyakarta.

 

  1. Financial Management 1 (1130433 / Credits: 3)

This course is a science and skills course that provides insight into financial management by prioritizing mastery of principal topics such as analysis on the use of financial statement ratio in a company, valuation of long-term securities, capital cost analysis, capital budgeting and capital budgeting techniques, and the scope of corporate restructuring and capital market.

  1. Fred J Weston & Eugene F Brigham, Essential of Managerial Finance, Ninth Edition, The Dryden Press, Florida, 2001
  2. James C Van Horn & John M Wachowicz, Jr, Prinsip-prinsip Manajemen Keuangan, buku 1 dan 2 Edisi 12, , Salemba Empat ,2005
  3. Brigham, Dasar-dasar Manajemen Keuangan Buku 1 Edisi 11,Salemba Empat ,2011
  4. Lukas Setia Atmaja, Manajemen Keuangan, Edisi Revisi, Penerbit Andi Yogyakarta, 2006

 

  1. Marketing Management 1 (1130533 / Credits: 3)

This course introduces students to marketing concepts. It also helps students to understand environmental impacts on decision-making in corporate marketing management.

  1. Philip Kotler dan Gary Amstrong,2003, Dasar-dasar Pemasaran, Alih Bahasa oleh Alexander Sindoro, Edisi Kesembilan, Jilid 1, PT. Indeks Kelompok Gramedia, Jakarta
  2. Charles W. Lamb, Joseph F. hair dan Carl Mc.Daniel, 2001, Pemasaran, Edisi Pertama, Buku 1 & 2, Penerbit Salema Empat, Jakarta.
  3. Philip Kotler, 2002, Manajemen Pemasaran, Edisi Milenium, Jilid 1 dan 2, Penerbit Prenhallindo, Jakarta

Supplementary reading

  1. Brennan, R., Baines, P., and Garneau, P. (2003) Contemporary Strategic Marketing. Palgrave Macmilan.
  2. Berkowitz, E.N., Kerin, R.A., Hartley, S.W. and Rudelius, W. (1997) Marketing, 5th Edition, Irwin McGraw Hill.
  3. Kotler, P. and Keller K.L. (2007) Marketing Management, 12th ed., Pearson Education, New Jersey.
  1. Operations Management 1 (1130633 / Credits: 3)

This course is one of the fundamental functions and an absolute requirement in corporate activities. This course helps students in understanding the concepts and theory of production and operations management in corporations or organizations as well as discusses various problems that occur in the field of operations.

  1. Eddy Herjanto, Manajemen Produksi dan Operasi, Edisi Kedua, Grasindo, Jakarta, atau Edisi Terbaru
  2. Buffa, Elwood and Rakesh K. Sarin. Modern Production/Operation Management. John Wiley & Son, New York. 1987
  3. Hani Handoko, Dasar-dasar Manajemen Produksi dan Operasi, BPFE, Yogyakarta, Edisi Terbaru
  4. Sofyan Assauri, Manajemen Produksi dan Operasi, LP FEUI, Jakarta, Edisi Terbaru

Supplementary reading

  1. Other related books on Operations Management (we try to get the latest editions)
  2. Render, Barry and Jay Heizer. Principles of Operations Management and Student CD. Prentice Hall, 6th edition. 2005
  3. Russel, Roberta (Robin) and Bernard W. Taylor. Operations Management: Quality and Competitiveness in a Global Environment. John Wiley & Son, New York. 2005. (the complete book can be read on line)
  4. Buffa, Elwood and Rakesh K. Sarin. Modern Production/Operation Management. John Wiley & Son, New York. 1987
  1. Human Resource Management 1 (1130733 / Credits: 3)

Human Resource Management is part of general management that focuses on the human resource element in an organization or a company. As part of the general management, this course provides students with the basic understanding that the personnel manager is the one with a role to exercise his or her authority and leadership on other personnel, so he or she has to perform various basic managerial functions in addition to the operations functions. These managerial functions include planning, organization of directing and labor control, while the operations functions include procurement, development, compensation, integration and maintenance of labor.

  1. Schuler, Randal S. Manajemen Sumber Daya Manusia : Menghadapi Abad 21, Alih Bahasa : Abdul Rosjid, Cetakan 2 Erlangga Jakarta 2004
  2. Hasibuan,Malayu S.P., Manajemen Sumber Daya Manusia,Edisi Revisi, PT.Bumi Aksara Jakarta, Cet.ke-4, 2004.
  3. Siagian,Sondang P., Manajemen Sumber daya Manusia, Edisi 1, Cetakan ke-4., PT.Bumi Aksara Jakarta,2004.

Supplementary reading

  1. Wether, William B. Human Resources and Personnel Management., McGraw-Hill New York, Ninth Edition,2006
  2. Filippo, Edwin B., Principles of Personnel Management, Kogakusha: McGraw-Hill
  1. Advanced Financial Management (1131233 / Credits: 3)

This course discusses how financial management can be used to help maximize corporate value. The discussion include the concept of investment, capital structure, funding and special topics in the field of management.

  1. Fred J. Weston & Eugene F Brigham, Essential of Managerial Finance, Ninth Edition, The Dryden Press, Florida, 1993
  2. James C. Van Horn & John M Wachowicz, Jr. Fundamentals of Financial Management, Ninth Edition, Prentice Hall, New Jersey, 1998
  3. Bambang Riyanto, Dasar-dasar Pembelanjaan Perusahaan, Edisi 4, Yayasan Penerbit Gajah Mada, Yokyakarta, 1999
  4. Suad Husnan & Enny Pudjihastuti, Dasar-Dasar Manajemen Keuangan, Edisi Keempat,  UPP AMP YKPN, Yogyakarta, 2004
  1. Advanced Marketing Management (1131333 / Credits: 3)

This course aims to introduce students to marketing concepts. It also helps students to understand the impacts of environment on decision-making in corporate marketing management.

  1. Philip Kotler dan Gary Amstrong,2003, Dasar-dasar Pemasaran, Alih Bahasa oleh Alexander Sindoro, Edisi Kesembilan, Jilid 1, PT. Indeks Kelompok Gramedia, Jakarta
  2. Charles W. Lamb, Joseph F. hair dan Carl Mc.Daniel, 2001, Pemasaran, Edisi Pertama, Buku 1 & 2, Penerbit Salema Empat, Jakarta.
  3. Philip Kotler, 2002, Manajemen Pemasaran, Edisi Milenium, Jilid 1 dan 2, Penerbit Prenhallindo, Jakarta

Supplementary reading

  1. Brennan, R., Baines, P., and Garneau, P. (2003) Contemporary Strategic Marketing. Palgrave Macmilan.
  2. Berkowitz, E.N., Kerin, R.A., Hartley, S.W.and Rudelius., W. (1997) Marketing, 5th Edition, Irwin McGraw Hill.
  3. Kotler, P.and Keller K.L. (2007) Marketing Management, 12th ed., Pearson Education, New Jersey.
  1. Advanced Operations Management (1131433 / Credits: 3)

This course deals with the comprehension of latest developments, problems, or important issues in the field of operations management in Indonesia and internationally, the comprehensive understanding of the basic concepts and functions of operations management, case analysis (problem identification, theoretical review, and problem solution recommendations) using problem-solving concepts and methods and proficient use of POMWIN software to solve problems related to operations management.

This course also discusses topics such as: opportunities and challenges in the 21st century, forecasting, capacity and aggregate planning, material requirement planning, quality management, location strategy, inventory management, scheduling, and CPM/PERT.

  1. Heizer dan Render, 2009,Operations Management, ninth ed, Pearson International
  2. Russel, Roberta.S dan Bernard W Taylor, 2009, Operations Management, Fourth Edition, Pearson Education International
  3. Evans, James R., 2007 Production/OperationsManagement:Quality,Performance,and Value, Fifth Edition,West Publishing Company
  4. Shroeder, Roger G, 2004, Manajemen Operasi Jilid I dan II, Penerbit Erlangga, Jakarta
  5. Buffa, Edwood S dan Sarin, Rakesh K, 1998,Manajemen Operasi/Produksi Modern  Ed 8, Binarupa Aksara
  6. T Hani Handoko, 2000, Dasar-Dasar Manajemen Produksi dan Manajemen Operasi, BPFE, Yogyakarta.
  1. Advanced Human Resource Management

After finishing this course, students are expected to have competence to: understand the latest developments and important issues in human resource management in Indonesia and internationally, understand the concepts of Human Resource Management and International Resources Management more comprehensively, analyze cases (problem identification, situation analysis, and problem solution recommendations) using problem-solving concepts and methods to solve problems related to human resource management.

  1. Veithzal Rivai, MBA, Manajemen Sumberdaya Manusia untuk Perusahaan Dari Teori ke Praktek, 2004, Grafindo Persada
  2. S Schuller, Randall dan E Jackson, Susan (1999) Manajemen Sumberdaya Manusia Menghadapi abad ke- 21, Edisi ke enam, Penerbit Erlangga.
  3. Ivencevich, John M, 2000, Human Resource Management,  Seventh Ed, McGraw- Hill
  4. Muh Rivai, 2004, Manajemen Sumberdaya Manusia dalam Perusahaan, Salemba Empat
  5. Gary Dessler, 2006, Manajemen Sumber Daya Manusia , Edisi 7, PT. Prenhallindo
  6. Mondy R. Wayne dan Noe, Robert M (2005) Human Resources Management; ninth ed., Pearson Prentice Hall.
  7. Ivencevich, John M, 2002, Human Resource Management in Asia, McGraw-Hill
  8. Milkovich and Boudreau, 2003, Human Resources Management, Eight Edition, Irwin
  9. Walker, 2002, Strategic Human Resource Planning, Dryden Press
  1. Services Marketing (1135533 / Credits: 3)

The service sector in the economy has tremendously diverse traits due to the variety of service organizations, as well as the scale of businesses, both international and local. The role of the service sector in global economy has increased. Current corporate organizations are faced with the reality of the increasingly tight competition in this sector, in which many corporations are developing service as a source of competitive advantage. This course explains services marketing using a customer relationship approach oriented to the paradigm of relationship marketing. This paradigm emphasizes the importance of maintaining customers and creating loyal customers through customer satisfaction and optimum quality. This is necessary for service business to create a competitive advantage.

The concepts discussed in this course start from the basic understanding aspect, that is, looking at various aspects from a point of view related to the developments and impacts of environment on service business, and customer understanding, i.e. consumer behavior, market segmentation, and understanding the expectations and perceptions of customers. The strategic and operational aspects that need to be developed include developing new services, creating customer satisfaction, and managing service quality. This course explains customer relationship in services marketing, the strategies and organization of services marketing. After finishing this course, students are expected to comprehend the importance of service in building long-term relationship with customers, how to strategize and deliver service to customers, how to integrate marketing functions, human resource and operations in services management.

  1. Fandy Tjiptono. 2010. Pemasaran Jasa. Penerbit Andi. Jogjakarta.
  2. Christopher Lovelock, Jochen Wirtz, dan Jacky Mussry. 2010. Pemasaran Jasa Perspektif Indonesia Jilid 1 & 2. Penerbit Erlangga. Jakarta.
  3. Rambat Lupiyoadi, dan A. Hamdani. 2006. Manajemen Pemasaran Jasa. Salemba Empat. Jakarta.
  1. Consumer Behavior (1135633 / Credits: 3)

This course discusses issues of consumer behavior based on the definition, behavioral concepts and theories to understand consumer behavior, factors affecting consumer behavior to develop marketing strategies, consumer types and market segmentation, consumer decision making theory, marketing strategy, consumerism, Consumer Protection Act, business ethics, and corporate social responsibility.

  1. Perilaku Konsumen, James F. Engel, FX Budiyanti, Binanya, Jakarta
  2. Manajemen Pemasaran, Analisis Perilaku Konsumen, Hani Handoko, Yogya
  3. Perilaku Konsumen & Komunikasi Pemasaran, Sutisna, Rosda, Bandung
  4. Consumers Behavior (Building Marketing Strategy), Hawkins Best Coney, MC GrawHill
  5. Psikologi dalam Perusahaan, Panji Anggoro, Rineka Cipta, Jakarta
  6. Marketing dan Perilaku Konsumen, Winarti, Mender Maju, Bandung
  7. Marketing Management, Kotler, Prentice Hall Inc., New Jersey
  8. Prinsip, Pemasaran, WJ. Stanton, Y, Lemort, Erlangga, Jakarta
  1. Investment and Portfolio Management (1134233 / Credits: )

This course studies investment process to create value and increase company owner’s welfare. Students are expected to be able to perform an analysis to invest in various possibilities based on risk calculations and investment returns.

  1. Damodaran, Aswath (1996). Investment Valuation: Tools and Techniques For Determining The Value Of Any Asset, University Edition, John Wiley and Sons, New York.
  2. Gitman, L.J., and Joehnk, M. D. (1996). Fundamental of Investing, Sixth Edition, Harper Collins College Publishers, New York.
  1. International Financial Management (1134033)

International Financial Management can be defined financial management for multinational corporations. Two important terms in international financial management are financial management and multinational corporations. Multinational corporations have several characteristics different from domestic corporations. One prominent characteristic is corporate operation region which covers several countries with different political, socio-economic and cultural conditions. These differences lead to some different consequences in terms of corporate management, among others that multinational corporations will face changes in foreign exchange rates that will add to the complexity of the financial management of multinational corporations.

  1. Shapiro C., Alan, (1999), Multinational Financial Management, John Willey, Inc, New York
  2. Hanafi M., Mamduh, (2003), Manajemen Keuangan Internasional, BPFE, Yogyakarta
  3. Kester, W., Carl, and Timothy A., Luehrman, (1993), Case Problems in International Finance , McGraw Hill, New York
  4. Kuncoro, Mudrajat, (2001), Manajemen Keuangan Internasional: Pengantar Ekonomi dan Bisnis Global, BPFE, Yogyakarta
  1. Motivation and Leadership Theories (1134533)

After finishing this course, students are expected to be capable to comprehend and express the definitions of work motivation, its role in organization and productivity, various theories on work motivation and how to improve it, capable to understand and explain leadership, and to analyze and assess case examples based on prevalent theories.

  1. Bass, BM (1990). Bass and Stogdill’s handbook of leadership theory, research, and managerial application. New York: Free Press, division of Macmillan, Inc
  2. Franken, R.E. 92002). Human Motivation. Balmont: Wadswork/Thomson Learning
  3. Yukl, G. (2002). Leadership in Organization (5th).New Jersey: Prentice Hall, Inc
  4. Munandar, A.S. 92001). Psikologi Industri dan Organisasi. Jakarta: UI Press
  5. Other relevant sources
  1. Industrial Psychology (1134633 / Credits: 3)

This course discusses the basic concepts of organizational behavior, the factor of individual personality affecting organizational behavior, efforts to improve organizational productivity, and organizational structures and designs in corporations.

  1. Hersey, Paul, Blanchard, Kenneth H., and Johnson, Dewey E. (1996).
  2. Management of Organizational Behavior: utilizing human resources (7th). USA: Prentice-Hall International, Inc.
  3. (1989). Interplay. New York: Mc Graw-hill Book Company.
  4. Spencer, Lyle M. and Signe, M. Spencer. (1993). Competence at work: Models for superior performance. New York: John Willey & Sons, Inc.
  5. Munandar, Ashar Sunyoto. (2001). Psikologi Industri dan Organisasi. Jakarta: UI Press
  1. Total Quality Management (TQM) (1134933)

This course aims to explain the concept of quality in general, continuous management and improvement of quality in organizations so as to produce better goods and services and create organizational competitiveness. In the era of globalization and trade liberalization, the principal key to improving a company’s competitiveness is the quality of goods and services. Only companies that are capable of producing world-class quality goods and services can win the global competition.

Total Quality Management (TQM) is a new paradigm in running a business (in the broad sense, not only covers manufacturing industry firms but also hospitality industry, hospitals, restaurants, banking, education industry, and government bureaucracies) which seeks to maximize organizational competitiveness through continuous improvement of the quality of goods, services, people, processes, and the environment of the organization.

  1. Vincent. 2003. Total Quality Management, Manajemen Bisnis, PT. Gramadia Pustaka Utama Jakarta.
  2. Juran, J.M.,1995. Merancang Mutu; Ancangan Baru Mewujudkan Mutu Ke Dalam Barang Dan Jasa, (terjemahan) PPM., Jakarta.
  3. Juran, J.M. 1988. Kepemimpinan Mutu, Pedoman Meningkatkan Mutu Untuk Meraih Keunggulan Kompetitif, (terjemahan), PPM., Jakarta.
  4. Tjiptono, Fdan Diana Anastasia, 2003. Total Quality Management, Edisi Revisi, Andi Yogjakarta.
  5. Nasution, M.N. 2004. Manajemen Mutu Terpadu; Total Quality Manajemen, Ghalia Indonesia

Work Behavior Courses

  1. Entrepreneurship (1132633 / Credits: 3)

This course consists of theories on the basic concepts of entrepreneurship which include: the attitude, personality and profile of an entrepreneur, knowing self-potential, developing managerial skills, the courage to take risks, comprehending the functions of entrepreneurship models, developing ideas and analysis on business opportunities, SWOT analysis, and creating business design in the culinary field and presenting it. Entrepreneurship course is a course that equips students with the knowledge and skills that include these topics: 1) Entrepreneurship and entrepreneurial characteristics; 2) Think about changes; 3) Creativity and innovation; 4) Business ideas and opportunities; 5) Business proposal design; 6) Business ethics; 7) Intrapreneurship.

  1. Geofrey, Meridith. (1984). Kewiraswataan: Teori dan Praktek. PT. Pustaka Binawan Presindo, Jakarta.
  2. Hisrich, Robert D & Peters, Michael P, (2002), Entrepreneurship, McGraw Hill, New York.
  3. Diktat PercepatanPpendidikan Entrepreneurship, IKIP Yogyakarta.
  4. Suprodjo Pusposutardjo. (1999). Pengembangan Budaya Kewirausahaan Melalui Mata Kuliah Keahlian. Yogyakarta: Jurnal PT Vol. 1 No. 9
  5. Sukanto Reksodiprojo, Tani Handoko. Organisasi Perusahaan: Teori dan Perilaku. BPFE: Yogyakarta. 1983
  6. Suryana, 2003, Kewirausahaan: Pedoman Praktis, Kiat dan Proses Menuju Sukses, Salemba Empat:  Jakarta.
  1. Entrepreneurship Practice (1132433 / Credits: 1)

This course is designed to improve students’ ability in entrepreneurship and provide them with entrepreneurship experiences by improving their entrepreneurial skills and behavior through innovations, presentation of ideas, entrepreneurial creativity and innovation, entrepreneurial planning and organizing, entrepreneurial action and supervision, and entrepreneurial monitoring and follow-up.

Entrepreneurship practice module

  1. Business Communication (1132833)

This course discusses the concepts, patterns, and channels of business communication, as well as the obstructions, stages in writing business messages and communication in organizations, intercultural communication, speaking skills in business and how to practice it in the real world of work.

  1. Djoko Purwanto. 1997. Komunikasi Bisnis. Jakarta: Erlangga.
  2. Mohamad Wahdi. 2011. Keterampilan dan Strategi Komunikasi Bisnis dengan Pendekatan Praktis. Jakarta: PT. Buku Seru.
  3. Yatri Indah Kusumastuti. 2009. Komunikasi Bisnis. Bogor: IPB Press.
  4. Sutrisna Dewi. 2006. Komunikasi Bisnis. Yogyakarta: Penerbit Andi.
  1. Business and Professional Ethics (113633)

This course helps students to understand ethics in the world of work, and activities, problems and problem-solving in the world of work. Business ethics prioritizes proficiency in key topics such as the nature of ethics and business, ethical principles in business, business and its environment, ethics in running corporate function, the relationship between ethics and culture, and the perspective of business ethics.

  1. Velasquez, Manuel G, 2005, Etika Bisnis; Konsep dan Kasus, Edisi 5, Yogyakarta: Penerbit Andi
  2. Rindjin, I Ketut, 2004, Etika Bisnis dan Implementasinya, Jakarta: PT Gramedia Pustaka Utama.
  3. Sonny Keraf, 1998, Etika Bisnis; Tuntutan dan Relevansinya, Jakarta: Kanisius.
  4. Heru Satyanugraha, 2003, Etika Bisnis, Prinsip dan Aplikasi, Jakarta: LPFR
  1. Conflict Management and Negotiation (1134433)

Conflict management discusses several aspects related to conflict situations that include conflict phenomenon, kinds of conflict, positive and negative effects of conflict, some assumptions about conflict, the relationship between power and conflict process, conflict management styles, conflict strategies and tactics, organizational policies on conflict, conflict resolutions, either alone or through third party interference, and industrial relations conflict resolution.

  1. 2010. Konflik dan Manajemen Konflik; Teori, Aplikasi, dan Penelitian. Jakarta ; Salemba Humanika
  2. 2003. Hubungan Industrial dalam Praktek. Jakarta ; Asosiasi Hubungan Industrial Indonesia
  3. Robbins, S.P. 2001. Organizational Behaviour. Upper Saddle River. NJ : Prentice Hall
  4. Sumardjono, M.S.W, dkk. 2008. Mediasi Sengketa Tanah; Potensi Penerapan Alternatif Penyelesaian Sengketa (ADR) di Bidang Pertanahan. Jakarta : Kompas
  5. Undang-Undang Republik Indonesia (RI) Nomor 5 Tahun 1999 tentang Larangan Praktik Monopoli dan Persaingan Usaha Tidak Sehat
  6. Undang-Undang Republik Indonesia (RI) Nomor 30 Tahun 1999 tentang Arbitrase dan Alternatif Penyelesaian Sengketa
  7. Undang-Undang Republik Indonesia (RI) Nomor 13 Tahun 2003 tentang Serikat Pekerja/Serikat Buruh
  1. Management of Small and Medium Enterprises and Cooperatives (1133333)

Currently more and more people are trying to enter the business world in the form of micro, small, or medium enterprises. In addition, cooperatives in Indonesia are increasingly growing. This business development is driven by national economic conditions which have not been fully able to create jobs. As the backbone of the national economy, small and medium enterprises need support from the Government. The challenges we are facing to strengthen the national economy structure are quite hard. The assistance provided for small entrepreneurs should be directed to improving their capabilities to become middle entrepreneurs. However, developing small enterprises also faces several obstacles such as the level of capability, skill, expertise, human resource management, marketing, and finance. Weak managerial and human resource skills result in small entrepreneurs unable to run their businesses properly. This course is therefore designed to help students comprehending various aspects related to management practices for micro, small and medium enterprises and cooperatives, ranging from planning, organizing, leading and monitoring the activities of organization members, and  using all organizational resources to achieve the determined organizational objectives.

  1. Muyadi Nitisusastro(2010), Kewirausahaan & Manajemen Usaha Kecil, Bandung: Alfabeta
  2. Nofiandri (2003), Manajemen Praktis UKM dan Koperasi, UNRI Press
  3. Zimmerer (2007), Kewirausahaan dan Manajemen Usaha Kecil, Jakarta: Salemba Empat
  4. Direktorat Pembinaan Kursus dan Kelembagaan DitJen Pendidikan Nonformal dan Informal Kementerian Diknas(2010), Modul Usaha Kecil, Jakarta
  1. Financial Performance Analysis (1134333 / Credits: 3)

This course discusses how to interpret financial statements using techniques and assessments of the company’s financial performance, from the perspective of the management, owners and creditors. This course also discusses how to prepare cash flow statement. After finishing this course, students are expected to be able to understand and use financial statements for business analysis.

  1. Subramanyam, K.R. & Wild, J.J. 2010. Analisis Laporan Keuangan. Buku 1. Edisi 10. Jakarta: Salemba Empat.
  2. Subramanyam, K.R. & Wild, J.J. 2010. Analisis Laporan Keuangan. Buku 2. Edisi 10. Jakarta: Salemba Empat.
  3. Gitman, L.J. 2006. Principles of Managerial Finance. 11th Ed. Pearson Education, Inc.
  4. Titman, S, Keown, A.J & Martin, J.D. 2011. Financial Management. 11th Ed. Pearson Education, Inc.
  1. Supply Chain (1135133 / Credits: 3)

This course aims to provide students with theoretical and practical knowledge on Supply Chain Management so that they have the ability and competence to analyze, design and develop systems of supply chain from the procurement to the end users, particularly in terms of the basic principles and standards of supply chain, the processes, and the future trends of supply chain implemented and occurring in companies and governments, in order to achieve competently provide excellent service to end users.

  1. Benton WC, Purchasing and Supply Management,Mc Graw-Hill,2007:
  2. Simchi-Levi,David, Designing and Managing the Supply chain, Mc Graw-Hill, 2003:
  3. Wisner, Joel D, Principles Of Supply Chain Management, Thomson South Western, 2005:
  4. DR. Manahan P. Tampubolon,SE,MM. Manajemen Operasi dan Rantai Pemasok,Mitra Wacana Media,2014:
  5. Andi Ilham Said dkk, Produktivitas dan Efisiensi dengan Supply chain Management, PPM 2006.
  1. Productivity Analysis (1135033 / Credits: 3)

This course examines the concept of productivity in order to improve organizational performance. Productivity is often associated with efficiency, effectiveness, quality, and performance. The synergy of these factors, organizational culture support, and proactive responses to changes in external environments, are the important things the management needs to understand. This course also examines the various factors that affect and inhibit productivity, as well as management perspectives and productivity measures.

  1. Riggs, James L (1987). Production Systems : Planning, Analysis, and Control, Wiley and Sons, 4th Edition.
  2. Sumanth, Davis J (1985). Productivity Engineering and Management, McGraw-Hill
  3. Sedarmayanti, 2001, Sumber Daya Manusia Produktivitas Kerja, Bandung : Mandar Maju
  4. Dale Timpe, 1999, Seri Manajemen Sumber Daya Manusia : Produktivitas, Jakarta : PT. Gramedia
  1. Production Planning and Inventory Control (1134833)

This course discusses production planning as a system, analysis and method to plan and control production/manufacturing activities, as well as the use of the techniques of production planning and control that are based on the concept of Manufacturing Resource Planning (MRP II). This course also explains the kinds of forecasting, the purposes and benefits of forecasting, and their relationship to demand and production. Other topics include: the function of aggregate planning, disaggregation process and its relationship to master production schedules, the definition of inventory control, the use of inventory system methods, engine scheduling, labor scheduling and production line balance, and ERP.

  1. Lee et al (2005), Operasion Management : Process and Value Chain, Pearsons Education Inc., Upper Saddle River, N.J.
  2. Krajewski, Lee J., Larry P. Ritzman (2005), Operations Management Processes and Value Chains, Pearson Prentice Hall
  3. Fogarty, D.W., Blackstone, J.H. dan Hoffman, T.R., Production and Inventory Management, South-Western Publishing Co., Cincinnati, 1991.
  4. Bahagia, Senator Nur (2006), Sistem Inventori, Penerbit ITB.
  5. Sipper, D., dan Bulfin, Jr., Production Planning Control and Integration, Mc.Graw Hill, 1997.
  6. Dilworth, Production and Operation Management, MHG, Singapore, 1996.
  7. O’Leary, D.E., Enterprise Resource Planning Systems, Cambridge University Press. Cambridge. 2000.

Work Skills Courses

  1. Cost Accounting (1131633 / Credits: 3)

After finishing Cost Accounting course, students are expected to be able to utilize cost information to plan and control the allocation of company’s economic resources, and to generate cost information to understand the needs of management in the planning and control of company activities, and as a prerequisite for Management Accounting course.

  1. Akuntansi Biaya dan Perencanaan dan Pengendalian, pengarang Adolph Matz Milton F. Usry.
  2. Cost Accounting, A Managerial Emphasis, pengarang Carles T Horngern
  3. Akuntansi Biaya, pengarang Mulyadi, AK
  4. Managerial Accounting, pengarang Ray H Garrison
  5. Akuntansi Biaya dan Pengumpulan dan Penentuan Harga Pokok, pengarang A. Supriyono S.U, Ak
  6. Prinsip Akuntansi Inddonesia, pengarang Ikatan Akuntan Indonesia
  1. Information and Communication Technology

This course studies the use of some computer software, both as a communication and information tool and as a job simplification tool in the field of technology in general. In addition, this course also teaches students to avoid plagiarism and to boldly and creatively express their original ideas, in written or verbal form. The computer software studied include Microsoft Visio, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Power Point, Matlab, and Internet Explorer.

  1. Petunjuk penggunaan (Manual Book) Microsoft Office.
  2. Palm, William J. III (1999), MATLAB®For Engineering Application, The McGraw-Hill Companies, New York
  1. Strategic Management (1133433)

This course studies various strategic topics in the field of management in companies and other organizations. The development and implementation of strategic management in companies is initiated by the establishment of the philosophy of the vision and mission, assessment of strategic environment in order to exploit existing opportunities and to formulate strategic measures, strategic audit, and case studies in various companies.

  1. Hargo Utomo, Seri Diktat Kuliah, Gunadarma
  2. ,Roberts S., and Norton, David P., 2001, The Strategy Focused Organization, Harvard Business School Press
  3. Hunger, J.David and Wheelen, Thomas L, 2012, Manajemen Strategis, Penerbit Andi Yogyakarta
  4. F. Glueck, Business Policy ang Strategic Management, Third Edition, New York : Mc Grawhill, Edisi Terbaru
  5. Agustinus Sri Wahyudi, Manajemen Strategik, Pengantar Proses Berpikir Strategik, Edisi Terbaru
  1. Corporate Budgeting (1132333 / Credits: 3)

This course equips students with the knowledge and skills which prioritize proficiency in the key topics of corporate budgeting principles, mechanisms, and techniques.

  1. Gunawan Adi Saputro & Marwan Asri, Anggaran Perusahaan Buku 1, BPFE, Yogyakarta, 2008.
  2. Gunawan Adi Saputro & Marwan Asri, Anggaran Perusahaan Buku 2, BPFE, Yogyakarta, 2008.
  3. Danang Sunyoto, Budgeting Perusahaan, CAPS, Yogyakarta, 2012.
  4. Ida Bagus Agung Dharmanegara, Penganggaran Perusahaan, Teori dan Aplikasi, Graha Ilmu, Yogyakarta, 2010.
  1. Management Accounting (1132132 / Credits: 3)

This course discusses accounting information used to assist the management in managing the company.

  1. Charles T. Horngren, Srikant M. Datar, George Foster, MadHav Rajan, dan Christopher Ittner, 2009, Cost Accounting: A Managerial Emphasis, Thirteenth Edition, Pearson Education International, Inc., Upper Saddle River, New Jersey (HSGMC).
  2. Dor R. Hansen dan Maryanne M. Mowen, 2007, Management Accounting, Eighth Edition, South-Western, United States of America (HM).
  3. Ray H. Garrison, Eric W. Noreen, Peter C. Brewer, 2008, Managerial Accounting, Twelfth Edition, Irwin McGraw-Hill, North America (GN).
  1. Business Feasibility Study (1132233 / Credits: 3)

This course describes the various aspects of business plan assessment in order to declare the business feasible to run, so that after finishing this course students are expected: to be able to describe the system of Business Feasibility Study report, able to distinguish and apply market and marketing aspects in the report, able to apply science and technology aspects in the report, able to apply management and human resource aspects in the report, able to apply law and environmental aspects in the report, able to apply corporate financing aspects in the report, and to design business feasibility proposal.

  1. Ibrahim, Yacob. 2003. Studi Kelayakan Bisnis. Jakarta: Rineka Cipta
  2. Umar, Husein. 2001. Studi Kelayakan Bisnis. Jakarta:Gramedia.
  1. Taxation Practicum (1131731 / Credits: 1)

This course deals with corporate taxation. In practicum practices, students are expected to be capable to complete all aspects faced by corporations, starting from the calculation of taxes, tax form compilation, to tax deduction and depositing.

Waluyo. (2011). Perpajakan 1 dan 2. Jakarta: Salemba Empat

  1. Banking Practicum (1131831 / Credits: 1)

This course is designed to provide students with an overview of the role of the management in providing added value to operations activities, especially banking, as well as developments in information technology in general, specifically in banking.

  1. Sistem Teknologi Informasi. Andi Offset. Yogyakarta.
  2. Eko Nugroho. 2008. Sistem Informasi Manajemen: Konsep, Aplikasi dan Perkembangannya. Penerbit Andi, Yogyakarta.
  3. Eko Indrajit. Manajemen Sistem Informasi dan Teknologi Informasi. Elex Media Komputindo.
  4. Morten Balling, Frank Lierman, and Andy Mullineux. 2003. Technology and Finance. New York: Routledge (Taylor and Francis Group).
  5. Yutaka Kurihara, Sadayoshi Takaya and Nobuyoshi Yamori. Global information Technology and Competitive Financial Alliances. 2006. Idea Group Inc.

Field Study Seminar

  1. Financial Management Seminar (1133133 / Credits: 3)

This course focuses on the deepening and implementation of Financial Management concepts and theories in business management practices. The concept of financial management is understood holistically and is integrated in every part of the course material so that it is understood as the overall financial management of a company. The learning concepts applied are case study, case analysis and seminar on the results of the analysis on corporate financial management. In order to be closer to business reality, the cases analyzed are real corporate statements and the statements used are those published by public accounting firms.

  1. James C. Van Horne, Prinsip-Prinsip Manajemen Keuangan 1 dan 2 , 13 E, Penerbit Salemba 4
  2.  Husnan Suad, Manajemen Keuangan teori dan penerapannya, BPFE 2008   Laporan Keuangan Perusahaan
  1. Marketing Management Seminar (1133233 / Credits: 3)

This course aims to understand the concepts of marketing through empirical articles in order to explore topics related to previous courses, especially marketing management, consumer behavior, and communication strategies. Thus students will gain new understandings and insights about the empirical management of marketing and consumers. This course is included in the stage where students are expected to begin the finalization of their thesis research proposals.

  1. Kotler, P., & Keller, L. 2009. Marketing Management. New Jersey: Prentice Hall. 2. Cooper, D.R., & Schindler, P.S. 2003.
  2. Business Research Methods. New York: McGraw-Hill.
  1. Operations Management Seminar (1132933 / Credits: 3)

This course aims to understand and explore real-world practices using qualitative and quantitative methods learned from production systems, through which students study the depth and breadth of on the job management problems and other effects of general alternatives of management.

  1. Heizer dan Render, 2009, Operations Management, ninth ed., Pearson International.
  2. Shroeder, Roger G, 2004, Manajemen Operasi Jilid I dan II, Penerbit Erlangga, Jakarta.
  3. Buffa, Edwood S dan Sarin, Rakesh K, 1998,Manajemen Operasi/Produksi Modern  Ed 8, Binarupa Aksara.
  4. T Hani Handoko, 2000, Dasar-Dasar Manajemen Produksi dan Manajemen Operasi, BPFE, Yogyakarta.
  1. Human Resource Management Seminar (1133033)

This course discusses the latest conceptual-theoretical issues and practices of Human Resource Management and also facilitates students to create and present their research designs for their final theses in the field of human resource management. Learning is focused on understanding the contemporary paradigms, theories and approaches, as well as the implementations in the development of human resource management based on research results or case studies. The key features are learning about cutting-edge issues and developing the ability to design and present human resource management research proposals that support strategic roles.

  1. Hellsten, Sirkku, Kristina (2008). “From Information Society to Global Village of Wisdom? The Role of ICT in Realizing Social Justice in the Developing World.” IGI Global, pp.3126-3148.
  2. Adu, Kajsa Hallberg (2014). “What is the Opposite of a Knowledge Society?” IGI Global (2014), pp.1-19.
  3. Friedman, Barry A. (2007). “Globalization Implications for Human Resource Management Roles”. Employ Response Rights Journal (2007) 19; pp. 157–171.
  4. Anell, Barbro I.; Wilson, Timothy L. (2002). “Prescripts: Creating competitive advantage in the knowledge economy”. Competitiveness Review; 2002; 12, 1; pp. 26-37
  1. International Marketing (1135433)

This course aims to enable students to understand various concepts and methods of international marketing by taking into account the economic, social, cultural, political, and international law aspects. Such understanding is obtained through written references and observations at local international companies.

  1. Graham, Cateora. Pemasaran Internasional (Jilid 1 dan 2), Jakarta: Salemba Empat
  2. Keegan, Warren J. Manajemen Pemasaran Global (Jilid 1 dan 2). Jakarta: Indeks
  3. Simamora, Henry. Ekonomi Intenasional. Jakarta: Erlangga
  4. Tjiptono, Fandi. Pemasaran Internasional dan Internasionalisasi. Yogyakarta: Penerbit Andi
  1. Retail Management (1135333 / Credits: 3)

This course studies how to do planning in retail business in order to manage it properly. Retail management studies how to become successful retailers, so the material include human character, retail business trends, prevention of thefts in retail, effective ways to increase sales, merchandise presentation techniques, and atmosphere creation in retail business.

  1. Asep ST. Sujana, 2012, Paradigma  Baru Manajemen Ritel Moderen  Pendekatan Category Management & Supply Chain Management, Penerbit
  2. Sugiarta, I Nyoman, 2011, Panduan Praktis & Strategis Retail Consumer Goods, Penerbit Expose, Jakarta Selatan
  3. Christina Whidiya Utami, 2010 Manajemen Ritel Strategi dan Implementasi Operasional Bisnis Ritel Modren di Indonesia, Jakarta, Salemba Empat
  4. Sopiah & Syihabudhin, 2008, Manajemen Bisnis Ritel, ed 1, Yogyakarta, Andi
  5. Taufiq Amir,2005, Manajemen Ritel, Panduan Lengkap Pengelola Toko Modern, PT Gramedia Pustaka Utama, Jakarta
  6. Hendri Ma’ruf, 2005, Pemasaran Ritel, PT Gramedia Pustaka Utama, Jakarta
  7. Larry D. Redinbaugh, 2004, Retailing Management, Graw Hill, Inc, USA
  1. Training and Development Management (1134733 / Credits: 3)

This course explores training models and ways of creating human resource development programs such as planning for recruitment and selection, planning for human resources development, planning compensation and benefits. In addition, this course also describes human resource development and training models to be applied in organizations and businesses.

  1. Walker W. James (1998). Human Resources Planning. Grolier Business Library, Arizona State University.
  2. Crest (1998). The Art of Human Resources Management: Developing Managing Skill. McGraw Hill, USA.
  3. Davies, I. K. (1991). Instructional Technical. McGraw Hill Book Co., USA.
  4. Harris (1996). Human Resources: Practical and Approach. McGraw Hill, USA.
  1. Microfinance (1134133 / Credits: 3)

This course describes financial management for small businesses, how to manage small businesses. Topics include preliminary steps to open small-scale businesses, business plan preparation, mental preparation, recognizing mistakes in starting a business, how to find and obtain business capital, honing small business management skills, financial planning for small businesses, arranging and managing small business finance, arranging and managing debts, recording financial transactions, managing cash flow, and preparing financial statements.

  1. Fred J Weston & Eugene F Brigham, Essential of Managerial Finance, Ninth Edition, The Dryden Press, Florida, 2001
  2. James C Van Horn & John M Wachowicz, Jr, Prinsip-prinsip Manajemen Keuangan, buku 1 dan 2 Edisi 12, , SAlemba Empat ,2005
  3. William Lee Penerbit, Brooks/Cole Pub. Co., 1967. Buku asal dari, Universiti Wisconsin – Madison.