The assessment process
The assessment process in the S1 Study Program in Computer Science is conducted with two objectives, namely: (i) to assess the ability of students in certain courses, and (ii) to assess the achievement of LO (learning achievement) of the study program. Explanations for each assessment process are described below.
Assessment of student’s ability in certain courses can be done by various methods, in accordance with the provisions in RPKPS (Program Plan and Semester Learning Activity) for the course. Assessment methods can be tasks (paper, presentation, report), project, test both oral and written, and so on. In RPKPS, it has been determined the composition of the assessment method with the percentage of their contribution to the final value. In accordance with the provisions of the University, the final value of the letters A, A-, A/B, B+, B, B-, C, D, and E.
Assessment to evaluate achievement of learning achievement is done using data obtained from each course. In this case, a module mapping table with PLO is used as shown in Table 4. For each PLO, the value components of all the courses contributing to the PLO are summed, then calculated on average. Thus, values will be obtained in the range of 0 to 100. The following is the category of PLO achievement based on the average value:
- Very satisfactory, if 80 ≤ average value ≤ 100
- Good, if 60 ≤ average value <80
- Satisfactory, if 40 ≤ average value <60
- Enough, if 20 ≤ average value <40
- Less, if the average value is <20.