Title: Incorporating Civic Education in the Competency-Based Curriculum to Cultivate Professional Ethics

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Incorporating Civic Education in
the Competency-Based
Curriculum to Cultivate
Professional Ethics
Nevi Danila, Ph.D.
President
Issues
• In what direction is the Indonesia
management education heading to?
Corruption = Culture 
 Globalization
borderless world
Life Style 
consumptive, instant outcome
Existing Curriculum
• Government rule  university has
freedom to set their own curriculum
based on their competency
• The University is required to have:
 Religion course
 Civic education course
Ongoing Core Problem
• SOCIETY:
Knowledge vs. Way of Life
• FACULTY MEMBERS:
Teaching vs. Educating
Need vs. Want
Perception that moral/ethic is only the
responsibility of religion lecturer and leader
(e.g. Kyai, Priests)
Proposed Solution
Meeting of the University Chancellors /
Presidents Association (May, 2005)
Title: civic education revitalization
We committed to cultivate graduates who
are not only good/expert in their field but
also have high integrity
Implementation
• STUDENTS:
– Give extra curricular activity in religion
studies, which is designed to be a prerequisite prior to their final report exam
(before graduating from the University)
• FACULTY MEMBERS and
ADMINISTRATION STAFF:
– Give weekly religion studies to all faculty and
administration staff
My Hope
2%
Our programs
should
5%
contribute to the
development of
Indonesian
society with
higher / better
integrity,
because:
Muslim
1%
3%
1%
88%
Protestant
Catholic
Hindu
Buddhist
Other
From: http://www.cia.gov/cia/publications/factbook/geos/id.html
My Hope
Our programs adopts the motto:
“Start from now,
Start from small, and
Start from ourselves”
Thank you
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