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Maranatha Christian University

Maranatha Christian University
Universitas Kristen Maranatha
Motto Integrity, Care, and Excellence
Established September 11, 1965
Type Private
Rector Ir. Yusak Gunadi Santoso, M.M.(2012-2016)
Location Bandung, West Java, Indonesia
Affiliations AUAP[1]
Website http://www.maranatha.edu/

Maranatha Christian University was founded on September 11, 1965 by the Christian scientific community in Bandung with the support of the Indonesia Christian Church and Pasundan Christian Church by the effort of the medical students of the Immanuel Christian Indonesian University. The university used to include only two faculties which were the Faculty of Medicine and the Faculty of Psychology.

Contents

  • Undergraduate 1
    • Faculty of Medicine 1.1
    • Faculty of Engineering 1.2
    • Faculty of Psychology 1.3
    • Faculty of Literature Art 1.4
    • Faculty of Economics 1.5
    • Faculty of Arts and Design 1.6
    • Faculty of Information Technology 1.7
    • Faculty of Law 1.8
  • Master Programs (Pasca Sarjana) 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Undergraduate

Faculty of Medicine

The course content is to attain the degree of Medical Bachelor. Students must attend lectures and do practical work in the pre medical, pre clinical, para clinical and the clinical fields. To be recognized as a general practitioner, students must train in the teaching hospital.

The medical bachelor's degree curriculum takes four years (156 credits over eight semesters), while the profession degree requires another two years (49 credits over four semesters). Because of the organization of curriculum standards (called KIPDI) the 2006 admission of medical students have to carry out the competence based curriculum, which takes three years, while the professional degree requires another two years.

Immanuel Hospital is the prime teaching hospital. Immanuel has a polyclinic in each of the departments, plus a diagnostic center equipped with medical instruments used in ultrasonography, endoscopy, bronchoscopy, fuoroscopy, CT-scanning, lapparoscopic surgery and others.

There are other hospitals that are used as satellite hospitals such as Santo Yusuf Hospital, Doctor Salamun Hospital, Doctor Rotinsulu Lungs Hospital, Cisarua Mental Hospital, and also Cigugur Region State Hospital.

Faculty of Engineering

There are four departments in the Faculty of Engineering:

Faculty of Psychology

To earn the degree of Bachelor of Psychology, a student must complete 148 credits, which include writing a thesis. Subjects in the curriculum include psychology, psychodiagnostics, philosophy, psychotherapy, and research methodology.

If students wish to continue and become practicing-psychologists, they must take Master of Psychology. In this post-bachelor programme, students are trained to work in work settings such as general hospitals, mental hospitals, companies and educational institutions. Satisfactory completion of the post bachelor programme will bestow students with a qualification as practicing psychologists.

Supporting Facilities

  • Centralised library
  • Laboratories for General Psychology, Development Psychology, Laboratory for Casuistic, Laboratory for Clinical Psychology, Computer, o Psychological Counselling Bureau, Bureau for Psychological and Counselling Services.

The Faculty of Psychology has formed partnership with public services such as the Pengembangan Potensi Anak (Children Potential Development) and other government and private firms.

To gain the bachelor's degree a student must attend and carry out practical work for eight semesters or four years amounting to 148 credits.

Faculty of Literature Art

Faculty of Economics

  • SI Accounting
  • SI Management

Faculty of Arts and Design

  • D3 Art and Design (Seni Rupa and Desain) in Fashion Design, Jewelry, Interior Design
  • S1 Fine art (Seni Rupa Murni)
  • S1 Architecture Interior Design (Desain Interior Arsitektur)
  • S1 Visual Communication Design (Desain Komunikasi Visual )

Faculty of Information Technology

[2]

  • Information Technology (non-degree)[3]
  • Information Technology (BS)[4]
  • Information Systems (BS)[5]

Faculty of Law

The science of Law Study Program endeavours to synchronize theory and practice to meet the needs of the community for skilled personnel in the science of law to respond to problems especially in the ever-developing areas of business and investment in conformity with the globalization era and regional autonomy.

Master Programs (Pasca Sarjana)

  • Magister of Management (MM)
  • Magister of Accounting
  • Magister of Psychology (MPsi)

References

  1. ^ http://auap.sut.ac.th/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=52&Itemid=82
  2. ^ http://www.itmaranatha.org/
  3. ^ http://www.itmaranatha.org/jurusan/d3it/
  4. ^ http://www.itmaranatha.org/jurusan/s1it/
  5. ^ http://www.itmaranatha.org/jurusan/s1si/

External links

  • Official website
  • International website (English)
  • Website SAT (Perwalian Online)

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