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The curriculum is comprised of 151 credits that are taught among 70 courses. These courses are categorized into university course 33 credits (21.8%), faculty course 16 credits (10.6%), and special skill 102 credits (67.6%). According to university academic guideline, the students should complete the general knowledge (faculty courses) in their first two semesters before proceeding to the chemistry knowledge and pedagogic knowledge courses including supported courses which take supposedly seven semesters time to complete. Those courses are the requirement to take thesis research as thesis in the last semester. The curriculum is logically structured, sequenced and integrated based on the curriculum pyramid in this figure.
The pyramid illustrates the sequence of courses provided in CESP curriculum started from the general courses and basic knowledge in education. Those course categories continue to basic knowledge of chemistry and advance knowledge of pedagogic. Both categories are sequence depend on the course requirement. For example, after took general chemistry and fundamental chemistry, student will take organic chemistry 1, then continue to organic chemistry 2 and 3 in the next semester. They only can take Biochemistry course after taking those courses. So, does to pedagogic courses, student can follow micro teaching course after finished all pre-requisite courses such as chemistry for Senior High School 1, 2, 3, conventional and IT teaching learning media, school laboratory management, teaching learning chemistry assessment, teaching learning strategy and planning in chemistry teaching learning. Student can take educational research methodology and colloquium after following the courses above. Then continue to internship and thesis when they possess all ELOs from the courses in previous semester.
In order to show the courses structured in the whole semester, the curriculum organization is shown in following figure.
Relation with ELOs Hierarchy
Through these groups of courses, you’ll also expected to reach learning outcome which you can see at this pages (CESP Expected Learning Outcome). The following figure will show you what Expected Learning Outcome (ELO) that you will acquire throughout your undergraduate study in this study programme. You will also notice there are some initial written in red in the upper corner of every end sentences. Those initial used to shorten the teaching learning method that our lecturers will used during courses.