The Postgraduate Maters of Communication Science Major has two learning methods, namely

1) By Course: students are required to attend lectures with a defined curriculum structure

2) By Research: students are not required to take class learnings, but must attend the intensive guidance for each stage of the thesis preparation.


1st Semester

Code Courses Credits Supervisor**
Course 1* 3
Course 2* 3
P-SIK-8006 Literature Review & Thesis Seminar 3 Theses Supervisor
Total Credits 9


2nd Semester

Code Course Credits Supervisor**
P-SIK-8021 Field Research 1 5 Theses Supervisor
P-SIK-8022 Field Research 2 6 Theses Supervisor
P-SIK-8023 Publication 2 7 Theses Supervisor
Total Credits 18


3rd Semester 

Code Courses Credits Supervisor**
P-SIK-8012 Results Seminar 3 Theses Supervisor
P-SIK-8013 Theses 6 Theses Supervisor
Total Credits 9



*Students are allowed to choose courses from the by course scheme according to research needs, and according to the discussions with the supervisor (the Code matches to the MK taken)

**Supervisors are (1) lecturers who are chosen by the prospective students as their supervisors and the lecturers have agreed to become their supervisors; (2) The statement letter of the approval for the Supervisor is one of the requirements for the Masters of Communication Science Major’s student candidates in the UM (Independent Test) selection process.


Credit Recapitulation

By Research

Courses Credits
Study Program’s Compulsory courses 6
Literature Review & Thesis Seminar 3
Field Research 1 5
Field Research 2 6
Publication 2 7
Results Seminar 3
Theses 6
Total Theses 36