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Tazkia University College of Islamic Economics

TAZKIA
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF ISLAMIC ECONOMICS

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CONTENTS
CONTENTS ......................................................................................................................................... 1
CHAPTER I STEI TAZKIA Profile ........................................................................................................... 2
CHAPTER II Officers and Staff ............................................................................................................. 4
CHAPTER III Learning Process ............................................................................................................. 5
CHAPTER IV Matriculation ................................................................................................................. 7
CHAPTER V ACADEMIC REGULATIONS, POLICIES & PROCEDURES ...................................................... 13
CHAPTER VI ISLAMIC ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT ............................................................................ 23
CHAPTER VII ISLAMIC BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT ................................................. 29
CHAPTER VIII ISLAMIC BUSINESS LAW DEPARTMENT ........................................................................ 33
CHAPTER IX ISLAMIC ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT .............................................................................. 37
CHAPTER X Internship ...................................................................................................................... 40
CHAPTER XI Thesis And Business Feasibility Study ............................................................................ 44
CHAPTER XII Facilities And Infrastructure ......................................................................................... 48
CHAPTER XIII Disciplanary Guidelines ............................................................................................... 51
APPENDIX........................................................................................................................................ 58
COURSE DESCRIPTION DEPARTMENT: ISLAMIC ACCOUNTING .......................................................... 58
COURSE DESCRIPTION DEPARTMENT: ISLAMIC BUSINESS DAN MANAGEMENT ................................. 77
COURSE DESCRIPTION DEPARTMENT: ISLAMIC ECONOMICS ............................................................. 90
COURSE DESCRIPTION DEPARTMENT: ISLAMIC BUSINESS LAW ( MUAMALAH) ................................ 103
DETAILS OF SUBJECTS COMPULSORY COURSES AT THE FACULTY LEVEL ........................................... 122

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CHAPTER I
STEI TAZKIA Profile
STEI TAZKIA is a college of Islamic Economics, established and motivated as a
result of the Indonesian economic crisis in 1997-1998. The downturn of the economy due
to the collapse of the national banking industry on one side and the resilience of Islamic
banks on the other side is a milestone in the development of Islamic economy as a system
of choice.
After conducting a variety of training about Islamic banking for national bankers as
well as involved as a business consulting in the conversion of conventional banks into
Islamic banks under the supervision of the Central Bank, Tazkia started to establish a
formal education institution to prepare competent humanresources in Islamic Economics
particularly for Islamic banks. These efforts realized in the form of the establishment of
Sekolah Tinggi Ekonomi Islam Tazkia (Tazkia Islamic Economics Higher Institution,
currently known as Tazkia University College of Islamic Economics). Tazkia University
College of Islamic Economics was established under Tazkia Cendekia Foundation which
had been founded based on the Notarial Deed No. 5 Sharif Tanudjaja on March 11, 1999.
The main factor that encourages the establishment of the foundation is the limited
availability of human resources who understand both the conventional and Islamic
theories of banking and economics. Based on discussions with Islamic banking
practitioners and experts in Islamic economics, it had been concluded that the human
resources of Islamic banking and Islamic economics in general, can not be produced
through training or short term courses but through a systematic education process. STEI
TAZKIA aims to educate students and nurture talent with a blend knowledge of Islamic
and conventional economics all in the aim Islam to be rahmah to all universe.
In 2010, our main campus has moved to Sentul City, a city of Innovation
surrounded by green environment, offerring the space for self development and
intellectual stimulation. Dramaga Campus now specially designed for year 1 matriculation
student. With only 37 students in 2001, now after 15 years of dedication, STEI TAZKIA has
more than 1700 students. Our graduates spread as professionals in reputable Banking and
Insurance in Indonesia, researcher and academician, also Islamic entrepreneurs. STEI
TAZKIA offers not only undergraduate program, but also Magister of Islamic Economics
and also 3-years Diploma Program in Islamic Micro Finance. With strive for excellence,
STEI TAZKIA affirm its goal to become foremost and leading Islamic Economics higher
learning in Indonesia and regional level.
Tazkia University College of Islamic Economics firmly believes that an economic
system under the guidance of sharia (Islamic law) should prosper the society. The name
tazkia (originally from Arabic language - tazkiyyah), means to empower the economy of the
society and to grow in purity. This effort is made through innovations that are productive,
effective, and efficient, that finally increase the welfare of the community. Tazkia tries to
educate and produce Muslim generations who has the competencies and the commitment
to run a business and work by maintaining the halal and good (halalan toyyiban) of the
input, process, and output. In the spirit of ‘growing and purifying’ ins shaa Allah muslims
are able to succeed in the field of economics and business.

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The word of “Tazkia” composed of 6 letters that reflect corporate value of the
organization. The corporate value along with the values in asmaul husna are the
philosophical basis in all policies and activities of the organization. Each of which can be
explained as follows:
- T: Tauhid
- A: Amanah
- Z: Zero Defect and Quality
- K: Knowledge and Competent
- I: Innovative and Istiqomah
- A: Achievement Through Teamwork

Our vision is to become a reference in development of knowledge and practices of


Islamic economics at the regional level. Our missions are described as follows:
a. Produce graduates who are expert in knowledge and practice of Islamic Economics.
b. Produce applicative research in the field of Islamic Economics.
c. Develop models of community development based on Islamic environments.
The goals of Tazkia University College of Islamic Economics are to produce the
following graduates:
a. Academicians who are competent in developing Islamic finance and economics.
b. Professionals and executives with strong integrity and dedication to develop business
institutions that provide benefits for all stakeholders
c. Decision makers in public policy both within the government and non-government
institutions, by combining a deep analysis with beneficial aspects so resulted in
accurate policies with a minimum negative externalities.
d. Moslem entrepreneurs who are able to develop a huge potential national resources by
conducting professional and safe business practices.

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CHAPTER II
Officers and Staff
Tazkia University College of Islamic Economics in a private college under the
Tazkia Cendikia Foundation. Our organizational structure is presented in the figure 1
below.

Figure 1: Organizational Structure

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CHAPTER III
Learning Process

For the undergraduate program, Tazkia learning process is conducted in the


following stages as seen in Figure 1. Normally students can complete the undergraduate
program within 4 years.

Prospective
students from
Senior High COURSES BASED ON YOUR
Schools or CHOSEN DEPARTMENT
Boarding Schools
or the equivalent
YEAR 2 YEAR 3
Coursework Coursework
2 month Industrial Internship during
semester breaks
Admission Test of YEAR 4
New Students: Coursework (sem 7)
Academic Potential Final Assignment (sem 8):
Test (TPA) Academic Thesis or Business Model

1 Month Boarding:
Thesis Completion & preparation to
enter the workforce
Placement Test for
English & Arabic
Entrepreneurs
Comprehensive Exams
Requirements:
Pass Thesis Professionals Academicians
Pass TOEFL
Pass Tahfizul Quran Enablers
YEAR 1 Community
MATRICULATION: Development
1. Language Course
2. Academic Courses
3. Islamic Coaching Alumni Bourse
Graduation

Figure 1 : STEI Tazkia Learning Process (Undergraduate Program)

In summary, the learning process can be described as follows:


1. The Matriculation Program
After being accepted as a student of Tazkia, students follow the placement test to
find out the capabilities of their English and Arabic language. Based on the results of
the placement tests, students are grouped into three language classes: basic,
intermediate and advance class. In the matriculation program, students must follow
a series of accelerated English and Arabic program and academic course work. From
the afternoon to evening, students participate in coaching programs. Also, during the
matriculation, students live in dormitories. In summary, three main activities in the

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matriculation program, namely: (1) languange courses (2) academic courses, (3)
Islamic coaching such as tahsin, tahfizul Qur’an, jamaah prayer, sunnah fasting etc.
2. Regular Program
After passing the matriculation, students continue the lectures according to the
chosen program of study. Students move from Dramaga dormitory to the main
cmapus in Sentul City. Students will be guided by an academic supervisor in
planning their study. Students will normally spend 6 semesters (semester 3 to 8) in
the main campus.
3. The Internship
Students must follow an internship program as an on-job training in Islamic finance
institutions/companies/business for at least 2 months. After this internship,
students must complete an internship report. The internship program can be done
during the semester holiday if the student has already met the curriculum credit
requirements.
4. The writing of thesis or business feasibility study
The students prepare the final project in the form of business feasibility study or
academic thesis. They are expected to prepare and complete their thesis or business
feasibility study in one semester.
5. Boarding Program
To accelerate the completion of their thesis or business feasibility study, students
must live in the Dramaga dormitory for one month for those who are not able to
complete their final assignment within 1 semester. Activities during the final
boarding includes the data analysis guidance, seminars and soft skills training to
enter the workforce.
6. Comprehensive Exam
Students must take the comprehensive exam after pass their thesis, tahfizul qur’an
exam, and TOEFL. For the TOEFL and tahfizul qur’an exam can be done from the
beginning of the eighth semester (valid one year of graduation).
7. Job Expo
The students affairs and alumni hold a job expo which presents companies and
industries to the STEI Tazkia campus to recruit potential employees.

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CHAPTER IV
Matriculation
Matriculation is one of the most important stages in the learning process in STEI Tazkia.
Matriculation is designed to prepare the students so they can follow the classes in STEI
Tazkia effectively and efficiently. This effort is done by giving basic competence that is
needed for the students to understand the lectures in STEI Tazkia, also to help the
students adapt with the educational process of STEI Tazkia.

4.1 MATRICULATION PURPOSES


Specifically, matriculation allows the students to:
a. Have more conviction and understand that Islam is the correct path in life;
b. Accustomed to the practice of Islam in daily life, either individually or collectively;
c. Fathom the Vision, Mission, and Purpose of STEI Tazkia, so they may put it into
practice;
d. Capable of thinking logically and systematically using scientific method in analyzing
economics and social problems;
e. Be able to communicate scientifically either spoken or written in Arabic and English
and to access foreign literature;
f. Be able to operate computers well as a tool to complete tasks, or to find information
from the Web;
g. Be able to learn effectively and efficiently, read fast, make notes and summary,
observe lectures as well as think systematically, comprehensively and creative in
creating innovation;
h. To be well prepared in the struggle to improve the society’s economy, passionate
and sensitive to society’s social and economic condition; and
i. To have rudimentary knowledge of economics as a basis to learn and explore Islamic
Economics with all its aspects.

4.2 MATRICULATION CURRICULUM


During the Matriculation program, students follow three learning processes, those are:
1. Academic
Academic program is divided into two semesters. Students have to take the course
package, some courses will be prerequisite courses for the next semesters. All
students take the same courses since specializations will start in the second year.
On the semester 1 dan 2 in the first year, all students will learn the same curriculum. All
subjects are compulsory (C), and some of them are pre-requisite for other subjects in the
following semester. The course materials will be delivered using general lecture (GL) or
practicum (PR) or combination of both.

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SEMESTER 1
Subject Credit Prerequisites
No Code Subject Name GL PR ∑
1 AEM1101 Islamic Study 3 - 3 -
2 AEM1102 History of Islamic Civilization 2 - 2 -
3 MGT1207 Principles of Business and Management 3 - 3 -
4 AEM1202 Indonesian Language 2 - 2 -
5 AEM1307 Statistics for Economics and Business 2 1 3 -
6 AEM1401 Introduction to Computer Application 1 2 3 -
Total Credits 13 3 16

SEMESTER 2
Credit Prerequisites
No Code Subject GL PR ∑
1 AEM1104 Verses and Hadiths on Economy 2 - 2 -
2 AEM1301 Mathematics for Economics 2 1 3 -
3 ACC1101 Principles of Accounting I 2 1 3 -
4 AEM1103 Islamic Jurisprudence I 2 1 3 -
5 ECO1205 Principles of Economics 2 1 3 -
6 AEM1501 Citizenship 2 - 2 -
Total Credits 12 4 16

2. Islamic Coaching
In the Islamic coaching process, students are required to attend a series of coaching
programs under the supervision of instructors. Participation and student
performance from the coaching process will become one of the most important
assessment that will determine the students’ academic success. The main
components of the assessment will include jama’ah prayer, tahsin, tahfiz, ta’lim after
isya’.
3. Language
Matriculation students must follow the Arabic and English language programs under
the coordination of Tazkia Language Center (TLC). This language program is
compulsory and a graduation requirement. If the student has not yet passed the
language program, then he or she is required to repeat it until he has passed. This
process also help students to achieve the TOEFL score of 500 which is also a
graduation requirement.

4.3 MATRICULATION PROGRAM ASSESSMENT COMPONENTS


1. Academic assessment uses the basic assessment in the same manner as university
courses in general. Students are declared passed from the matriculation program if
they have achieved a minimum GPA score of 1.75. If students cannot achieve a GPA
score of 1.75 in the second semester, therefore, those students must repeat the
boarding program in the following year.
2. Coaching assessment includes Jamaah Prayer, Majlis Taklim, Tahsin, and Tahfidzul
Qur’an. Specifically, coaching program is arranged in the daily matriculation

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mutaba’ah book. Students whose score in coaching assessment is less than 80%,
they are declared to failed from the matriculation. Students have to memorize Juz
30 of the Qur’an and Verses that relates to economics activity.
3. Students have to pass in the language program with the minimum score of 65 both
for Arabic and English.

4.4 REGULATIONS
4.4.1 Student rights
Every student has rights to:
a. Equally receive academic and non-academic services.
b. Use the public facility according to the terms and regulations.
c. Acquire counseling (Special advisory) when needed.
d. Receive health services in accordance with needs and ability.
e. To be equally treated in dealing with legal matters.
f. Receive diplomas and/or certificates according to campus regulations.

4.4.2 Students Obligation


Every student has obligations to:
a. Apply Islamic Syariah according to Al – Qur’an and As – Sunnah by salafus shalih
understanding.
b. Highly regard the alma mater and academic institution reputation.
c. Pray together 5 times a day, dzikir recital day and evening.
d. Do the sunnah fasting every Thursday.
e. Participate in every matriculation activity actively.
f. Use Arabic and/or English as the daily communication language according to each
fluency.
g. Have the attitude that reflects akhlak al-karimah and behave well to others.
h. Obey all the regulations and terms applied and respect the matriculation
management board, coaches, assistants, lecturers, staffs and matriculation
employees.
i. Request authorization when leaving the dormitory to coaches, and/or appointed
person by the matriculation management.
j. Maintain and keep the dorm facilities and efficiently use the water and electricity.
k. End every late afternoon sport activities around the matriculation before 17.30 WIB
(a half hour before the maghrib adzan)
l. Complete any mass and/or group activity (either academic or non-academic) before
22.00 WIB
4.4.3 Matriculation Activity
1. Pray together 5 times a day
i. Prayers done in Masjid and/or Tazkia Musholla
ii. Prayers attendance is done right after every prayers in Masjid or Musholla
done.
iii. Students who are late in joining the prayers (masbu’) until Imam has reached
salam, therefore the score will be ½ point.
iv. Several scoring mechanisms for absenteeism are as follows

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a. For students who are sick, returned home (under coaches permission),
menstruation, institutional tasks, then the student will get attendance
compensation in every coaching programs.
b. For students who returned home without their coaches’ permission, not
joining the prayers, leaving the dormitory without permission, then the
students will be noted as not joining the coaching program and get 0 score
for that day.
2. Tahsin and Tahfidzul Qur’an
i. Students join tahsin/tahfidz program according to the appointed group.
ii. Tahsin and Tahfidz conducted after every Subuh, and some groups after
Ashar.
iii. Tahsin/tahfidz attendance check can be done on the spot and students have
to sign the attendance list.
3. Sports Exercise
a. Ikhwan (male):
Are not allowed to wear tight shorts and shorts above knees when doing
sports exercises, if defied, he will be warned and asked to change the outfit.
b. Akhwat (female):
Must wear Tazkia’s appointed sports uniform or sport outfits which covers
the skin (aurah) and not tight, if defied she will be warned and asked to
change the outfit.
4. Ta’lim after Isya
a. Ta’lim attendance is taken on the spot when ta’lim is held.
b. Every student must make a Ta’lim resume and collect it weekly before
returning it to coaches.
c. If a student does not collect the resume, then he/she is noted as not
attending the ta’lim.
d. Ta’lim can be in a form of study, discussion, questions and answers, and etc.
e. Other days without ta’lim is used for Personal Approach or Assistance
programs with each coaches.
5. Evening Rest
a. Evening activities stops at 22:00, if defied coaches need to warn, reprimand
and discipline according to the Matriculation regulations.
b. Students have to sleep in their own room, if defied coaches need to warn,
reprimand and discipline according to the Matriculation regulations.
c. Every evening control will be conducted by coaches.
d. Students will be woken up by coaches half an hour earlier before Subuh
Adzan, also coaches will control/make sure that students under their
supervision have already gathered in the Masjid.

6. Leaving and Entering the Dormitory


a. Students that come late have to show their studend ID or national ID and get
a warning, reprimanded and/or punishment such as submitting muroja’ah 5
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Musholla.
b. Students who wish to leave the dorm, must write their name and purpose
and also hand over their student ID or National ID card to the security and
pick it up again upon returning.
7. Lost Belongings
a. For students who had lost their belongings, must report immediately to
coaches maximum 1 x 24 hours and fill a Loss Statement Letter.
b. After the report, every student will be searched.
c. Report to the police if needed.
d. Matriculation management isn’t responsible for student’s belongings,
damage or loss.
8. Meals
a. Students are not allowed to eat during prayers and Ta’lim.
b. Canteen must be locked during prayers and opened back after the prayers
are done.
c. Students must eat at appointed places at the appointed times and are not
allowed to bring canteen’s/food utensils to dormitory rooms.
d. Clean up the leftovers to garbage bins which are available in dormitory’s hall.
e. Students must obey the meal schedule time.

4.4.4 Matriculation Prohibition


1. Doing immoral action which can disgrace the personal or/and STEI TAZKIA
reputation, such as stealing, drinking alcohol, doing drugs, smoking, pornography,
in a relationship and/or commit adultery; and/or sit/walk with opposite sex
intentionally in or around matriculation campus.
Punishment: Make a statement letter, shaven bald (for male students) and
suspended for 1 semester and/or kicked out from STEI TAZKIA.
2. Uncovering the skin or aurah (wearing shorts for male students, and not wearing
veil and/or wearing tight clothes for female students) in public.
Punishment: Make a statement letter and given a counsel, if repeated 3 times, the
following student cannot attend one subject exam, and if repeated again then
multiplied.
3. Trespassing female’s dormitory area for male student, and vice versa.
Punishment: Make a statement letter and given a warning, if the violation
considered as heavy and dangerous violation or repeated then given a strong
statement letter, and/or the following student cannot attend one subject exam,
suspended for one semester or kicked out.
4. Long-haired, wearing accessories like bracelets, earrings, necklaces for male
students and wearing too many accessories for female students.
Punishment: Make a statement letter and given a warning. If repeated the
following student will be given heavier punishment such as cleaning Masjid,
memorizing Qur’an verses, shaven bald (for male students only, cannot attend one
subject exam or suspended for one semester.
5. Staying overnight or staying outside the dorm, even in own house, and accepting
guest to stay overnight in the dorm.

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Punishment: Given a stern statement letter, shaven bald. If repeated then, the
following student cannot attend one subject exam or suspended for one semester.
6. Using heater, rice cooker, gas/oil stove, television, VCD/DVD Player, PC, musical
instruments, tape recorder, radio, sound system, guitar, motorcycle, other
facilities not available in the dormitory.
Punishment: Stern warning, and the objects will be confiscated, and if the offense
is repeated, the object will be confiscated and deemed as infaq.
7. Bringing firearms and or sharp weapons that can inflict bodily harm to self and/or
others.
Punishment: Stern warning, and the objects will be confiscated, and if the offense
is repeated, the object will be confiscated and deemed as infaq.
8. Bringing and/or raising pet in the dormitory area.
Punishment:Stern warning, and the objects will be confiscated.
9. Creating a public disturbance and/or disturbing the dormitory area, such as,
cursing, fighting, threatening, and/or playing loud and noisy music and etc.
Punishment: Stern warning, suspended for one semester, or kicked out from STEI
TAZKIA, depending on the level of violation.
10. Moving, taking out, and/or damaging any dormitory inventory, or polluting rooms
and other dorm facility.
Punishment: Stern warning, replace the damaged object, and/or suspended
according to the level of violation.
11. Doing activities that harm self and others.
Punishment: Stern warning, suspended or dropped out from matriculation
according to the level of violation done.
12. Insulting, threatening, and cursing to coaches, staffs, or Matriculation
Management.
Punishment: Suspended at least for the rest of semester.
13. Striking, or doing physical attack to coaches, staff, or matriculation management.
Punishment: Kicked out from STEI TAZKIA.

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CHAPTER V

ACADEMIC REGULATIONS, POLICIES & PROCEDURES

Entering the third semester, students are required to choose study programs according to
their interest. There are four to choose from, Islamic Accounting, Islamic Business and
Management, Islamic Economics and Muamalat (Sharia Legal Economics). Ideally, the
lecture process ends until the seventh semester and eighth semester, students will start
their minor thesis. STEI Tazkia uses the Credit Semester Sytem (SKS) in its classes. A
subject usually consists of three SKS where each SKS for one lecture in each week for one
semester are divided as follows:

a. 50 minutes of scheduled face to face activity between the lecturer and students.
b. 50 minutes of structured academic activity under the supervision of the lecturer, such
as assignments and paper.
c. 50 minutes of independent student activity such as reading suggested text books.

5.1 ACADEMIC SUPERVISION


In conducting an education using the SKS system, an academic supervision will be
required for the students. Each lecturer will be assigned to supervise these students’
academic progress. These academic advisors will have an added task as follows:

1. As an academic advisor, viz. a permanent lecturer of each program study that are
appointed and assigned by the Head of each program that are responsible to
supervise certain students to help in completing their course within a certain time
frame.
2. Solve any academic problems facing the student together with Head of Program
Study (KPS).
3. Draft a supervision report to the KPS and the First Deputy Head of Academic Affairs
every end of the semester.
4. Academic advisors must help the students under his supervision in academic and
non-academic issues, such as:
a.Brief the students on filling the Study Plan Form (KRS)
b. Assist students in planning their long term and short term study.
c. Assist students in completing their academic registration.
d. Observe students’ academic development.
e.Assist and motivate students to perform well in their studies.
f. To provide recommendation for students if they wish to have an academic leave.
g. Build and develop a scientific and academic thinking pattern as a characteristic
of a STEI Tazkia student.
h. Prepare a scheduled consultation time.
i. Submit a written report to the Head of Study Program and First Deputy Head of
Academic Affairs.

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5.2 FINAL ASSESSMENT SUPERVISOR


The terms of a minor thesis/SKB and internship supervisor are as follows:

1. Internship supervisor consists of one lecturer with having a minimum academic


position as Asisten Ahli and one field supervisor.
2. A thesis/SKB supervisor can be one or two lecturers with a minimum academic
position of Asisten Ahli or at least the lecturer has a Master’s degree in their field of
study.
3. Non-permanent lecturers may be appointed as a minor thesis or internship
supervisor as long he/she meets the terms from point 1 and 2.
4. Supervisors are appointed by the KPS.

5.3 FILLING AND ALTERING THE STUDY PLAN FORM (KRS)


The lecture process is started by filling the KRS under the guidance of the academic
supervisor. Such process are as follows:

1. Complete tuition and various other payments and confirm with finance division.
2. Consult with the academic advisor.
3. Fill in the online KRS by browsing to www.simak.ac.id using the provided username
and password.
4. Students who do not reregister therefore:
a. Are considered as inactive. The time period of inactivity is within the length of
study period (14 semesters).
b. The student is not allowed to attend any academic activities in the semester.
c. If the student does not reregister for two consecutive semesters, then he/she
will be considered to have resigned.
d. Students who have dropped out or resigned from active study has no right to
take back tuition fees that has already been paid.

Students are allowed to alter their KRS under the following terms:
1. Alteration of the KRS includes swapping, cancellation and adding subjects.
2. Alteration may be done only within two weeks of the ongoing semester.
3. Permissible within two weeks of the ongoing semester.
4. KRS alteration must have the permission of the academic advisor.
5. Students who are late in reporting the swapping or adding subjects are stated as to
have failed that subject.
6. Students that are late in reporting a subject cancellation will be charged in
accordance with the regulations of the Finance division.

5.4 REGULATION FOR TRANSFER STUDENTS AND SUBJECT CONVERSION


Transfer students may acces transfer credit for previous subjects that had been taken in
previous universities. These are the following conditions :
1. Students must attend the matriculation program in the first year.
2. Students are from an accredited Institution (accreditation for study program level)
that is at the same level or higher than STEI Tazkia’s level.

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3. Students who are from overseas Institutes must include certificate of their
previous institutes admitted by the Republic of Indonesia Directorate General of
Higher Education.
4. The admitted subjects are literary same or different but the subjects must have the
similarity of credit hour quality that are proportional with Tazkia syllabus.

5.5 LEARNING METHODOLOGY


STEI Tazkia combines a learning method which combines general lecturing model with
practical activities either in practicums or internship. General lecturing is done using the
classical methodology, discussions, presentations, simulations and case studies. On the
other hand practicums are structured exercises to support students’ understanding on a
subject matter using a laboratory. A single laboratory practicum is worth one SKS, unless
the entire class is laboratory based. On the other hand, internship is an off campus activity
in a community which aims to strengthen the students understanding and experience in
their study program.

5.6 ASSISTANCE
The assistance and response program is aimed at to help students understand in better
detail the material brought by the lecturers. Usually assistance is needed for quantitative
subjects or any subjects upon the students’ request. This program is carried out by an
assigned assistant lecturer whose job is to assist lecturers in classes or practicums. The
requirements to be an assistant lecturer are as follows:

1. The student has undertaken the subject.


2. Scored A in that subject.
3. Good natured and character.

The assistant may be appointed upon the lecturer’s recommendation with the KPS’s
consent in the beginning of the semester.

5.7 EVALUATION
5.7.1 Subject Limits
To ensure the amount of subjects are within the student’s capacity, therefore the
maximum amount of subjects undertaken must correspond to his or her latest Grade Point
Average (IP) score.

Table 1: Subject Limits


IP Maximum Amount
≥ 3,00 24 SKS
< 3.00 21 SKS

5.7.2 Assessment
Student’s academic assessment is prepared comprehensively by observing various aspects
which supports the student’s success in completing his or her studies: class participation,

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structured assignment results, quizzes, midterm and final examinations. Structured


assignments are tasks to strengthen the students understanding in a given topic as well as
how to use that knowledge in the real world, either today or the future.

Structured assignments are papers, field visit, etc. Quiz are written tests in classes.
Midterm exams are done in the middle of the semester after 7 class meetings. Whereas
Final exams are conducted at the end of the semester after 14 class meetings, totaling up
to 16 meetings.

5.7.3 Semester Exams


Semester exams are examinations done in every semester. The terms for semester exam
are as follows:
1. Exams are conducted twice in one semester, viz:
a. Midterm exams (UTS) are held after 7 class meetings. The Academic Division
schedules the time for each Midterm exams.
b. Final exams (UAS) are held after 14 class meetings. The Academic Division
schedules the time for each Final exams
2. The final exams may be done in several formats, such as oral, practicum, paper or
assignment.
3. The midterm and final exam questions are prepared by each lecturer and validated
by the validation team of each Study Program.
4. The participants of the final exams are students that are enlisted as active students
in the on-going semester with a minimum attendance of 80% from the entire
meetings.
5. Before participating in the final exam, the student must complete all financial
obligations.

5.7.4 Value, Score and Grading


In order to give a comprehensive and systematic assessment, the various aspects to be
used as a benchmark for evaluations are given proportional values as follows:

Table 2: Scoring Components


Component Value
Assignments (Quiz, Tasks, Paper, etc.) 30%
Mid Term exam score 30%
Final exam score 40%
Total 100%

The final score is converted to an alphabetical letter which will be shown in the final
assessment form (KHS). The conversion method are as follows:
Table 3: Assessment value of letter and score.
Letter Value Score Value Final Score
(HM) (AM) (NA)
A 4 ≥ 85
A- 3.7 80,00-84,99

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B+ 3.3 75,00-79,99
B 3 70,00-74,99
B- 2.7 65,00-69,99
C+ 2.3 60,00-64,99
C 2 55,00-59,99
D 1 50,00-54,99
E 0 ≤ 49,99

5.7.5 Grade Point Average (IP)


A grade point average (IP) is a score that shows the academic performance of a student in
a semester. A cumulative grade point average (IPK) is the sum total score of the entire
subjects he has finished. The total score of the student’s IP is the summation of scores
multiplied by the total SKS taken and divided with the total SKS taken in that semester.
Whereas the IPK score is the summation of the score multiplied by the number of SKS of
the whole taken subjects and divided by the number of SKS taken.

An example of IP scoring:

Table 4: Example of grade point average (IP) scoring


Semester I
Code Subject SKS HM NM RESULT
AEM1101 Dirasah Islamiah 3 A- 3 x 3,7 11.1
Islamic Civilization History and 2 B+ 2 x 3,3 6.6
AEM1102
Leadership
Introduction to Business and 3 B 3 x 3,0 9
MGT1207
Management
AEM1202 Bahasa Indonesia 2 B- 2 x 2,7 5.4
AEM1203 Arabic Economics 3 A 3 x 4.0 12
AEM1302 Economy and Business Statistics. 3 A 3 x 4,0 12
AEM1401 Introduction to Computing 3 A 3 x 4,0 12
Total 19 68.1
Grade Point Average 3.584

IP is the total sum of (NM) viz., 68.1 divided by the taken SKS viz. 19 SKS.
(68.1/19=3,584)

Table 5: Example of IP and IPK scoring


Semester II
Code Subject SKS HM NM Result

AEM1104 Verses and Hadiths of Economy 2 A 2 x 4,0 8


AEM1201 English for Economics 3 A- 3 x 3,7 11.1

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AEM1301 Economy Mathematics 3 B+ 3 x 3,3 9.9


ACC1101 Introduction to Accounting I 3 B 3 x 3,0 9
AEM1103 Fiqh Muamalah I 3 A 3 x 4,0 12
ECO1205 Introduction to Economics 3 C 3 x 2,0 6
AEM1401 Citizenship 2 A- 2x 3,7 7.4
Total Sum 19 63.4
Grade Point Average (IP) 3.3368
Cumulative Grade Point Average (IPK) 3,48

An extrapolation example of IPK:


Based on the above KHS, then the Semester II IP is 3, 3368, which is a result from 63, 4
divided by 19 SKS. Whereas the cumulative IP is the sum total of the entire subjects taken
from Semester I and II. From the above example, the IPK up until semester II is (68.1 +
63.4)/ (19+19) or 131, 5/38 = 3, 4605

5.7.6 Completion and Graduation Predicate


Graduation is given to every student who has completed all academic requirements:

1. Has completed all subjects based on their study program curriculum.


2. Has an IPK > 2,75 with a D score for a maximum one non-core subject of the Study
Program
3. Has completed the minor thesis/SKB, internship, tahfiz, TOEFL and comprehensive
examination.

Graduation predicate are given as follows (starting from batch XI and not retroactive):
1. High honors, (Summa Cum Laude) if IPK > 3.80 with a minimum score of B and a
maximum period of study is 8 semesters with no remedial subjects.
2. Honors (Cum Laude) if IPK > 3.50 with a minimum score of B and a maximum period
of study is 8 semesters with no remedial subjects.
3. Very satisfactory, if points 1 and 2 are not met but has an IPK of not less than 3.00.
4. Satisfactory, if points 1 and 2 are not met with an IPK < 3.00.
5. Has never violated any ethical student code of conducts and disciplinary commission
regulations.

5.8 SHORT SEMESTER


Short Semester (SP) is a semester which is conducted between the end of the even
semester and odd semester, with the following provisions:
1. The purpose of SP is to provide an opportunity for students who’s scores a less than
the standard and for acceleration (undertake new subjects).
2. Subjects offered in SP is announced by the Academic division.
3. Each student may only take a maximum of two subjects.
4. The tuition for SP is determined by the Finance division
5. The requirements for SP are:
a. Students who wish to improve their scores.

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b. The maximum score of a subject repeated twice is B.


c. For students who joined the SP for acceleration, then their IP in the previous
semester has to be a minimum of 3.00 and has completed at least two
semesters.
6. The acceleration program is not eligible for the core subjects of the study program.
7. Students who join the acceleration program can only take a maximum of 6 SKS.
8. The recognized final score for repeated subject is the highest.
9. Other provisions follows the provisions in the regular semester.
10. The short semester is offered if it fills the required quota set by the finance division.

5.9 FINAL ASSIGNMENT


1. The final assignments for students are internship and minor thesis or business
feasibility study.
2. In the 8th semester certain students must follow a boarding program for one month
for thesis completion. This program is a part of STEI Tazkia’s learning system. The
purpose of the program is to improve the effectiveness of finalizing the final
assignments and to prepare the students in entering the work force.

3. The series of final examinations for students are as follows:


1. Tahfidz and economic verses and hadiths
2. TOEFL and Arabic language
3. Thesis or business feasibility study proposal
4. Thesis or business feasibility study final
5. Comprehensive examination

5.10 FINAL EXAMINATION PROVISIONS:


The provisions for the final examinations are as follows:
1. The Tahfidz and economic verses and hadits exam will di evaluated directly by an
Islamic scholar appointed by the Head of Program Study in accordance with the
valid regulations.
2. TOEFL is facilitated by the Tazkia Language Centre, with a passing grade of 450. Also,
the Arabic language test will be conducted by the Tazkia Language Centre.
3. The thesis/SKB examination can be done after the student has been approved by the
supervisor.
4. The comprehensive examination can be done if the student has passed all subjects
including thesis within the curriculum, with a minimum IPK of 2.75 with one
maximum score of D in a non-core subject.
5. The material for comprehensive examination covers economic sharia subjects, core
study program subjects and non-core subjects of each study program.
6. The Comprehensive examination is conducted by a panel which is headed by a Panel
Head appointed by the Head of Program Study.
7. The examinations for thesis proposal, minor thesis/SKB are thoroughly explained in
the next chapter.

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5.11 STUDY PERIOD AND WITHDRAWAL


1. The study period of bachelor’s degree is at least 8 semesters and the most is 10
semesters. Academic leave is not taken into account.
2. Academic leave is leave of absence granted by a Letter of Decree from the
Head/Deputy Head of Academic on the basis of the student’s appeal on a valid
ground thru the consent of his/her Academic Advisor. A student may appeal for
academic leave under the following terms:
a. Academic leave can only be granted to a student that has completed a
minimum of 2 (two) semesters, except for a special reason.
b. Academic leave consists of planned academic leave and non-planned academic
leave.
c. Academic leave is granted for a maximum of two semesters, either
consecutively or not.
d. The approval of academic leave is given by the Head of Study Program and
forwarded to Deputy Head of Academic and Finance Division.
e. The student must submit a written appeal to the Head of Study Program
attached with a letter of recommendation from the academic advisor
forwarded to the Deputy Head of Academic and Head of STEI Tazkia with
other required documents.
f. The academic leave appeal is forwarded by the student before the
administration registration by filling out the available form in the Academic
Division.
g. The academic leave must be submitted at least 30 days before the beginning of
the registration administration.
h. Students who apply for academic leave is charged 25% of the Administration
and Education Management Fee (BAPP).
i. Students who are granted academic leave shall not have their study period
extended.
j. Students who are granted academic leave, must complete administration
registration.
k. Academic leave is limited to 2 semester, either consecutively or not.
l. During academic leave, though the student is still obligated to reregister in the
beginning of the semester and is exempted from BAPP he is still charged with
an administration fee.
m. Non-planned academic leave is granted by the Head of Study Program.
n. The appeal for non-planned academic leave may be submitted during the on-
going semester and the applicant is charged 100% of BAPP.
o. Students who are granted academic leave due to special reason, their period of
study will not be extended and his evaluation will be suited accordingly.
p. Students who withdrew their study without following the above regulations
will be considered as dropping out.

5.12 DROPOUT
A students is deemed as dropout due to administrative problems, academic evaluation or
other factors. A student is indicated as dropout if:

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1. Has not completed administration registration and or academic registration for two
consecutive semesters.
2. Expelled by the recommendation of the Head of Study Program due to:
a. At the end of the 4th semester evaluation the student still has not reached a
minimum IP of 2.0 from at least 40 SKS.
b. At the end of the 6th semester evaluation the student still has not reached a
minimum IP of 2.0 from at least 80 SKS.
3. Has exceeded the study period limit of 10 semesters.
4. Has violated any code of conducts which resulted in the issuing of a dropout Letter
of Decree by the Head of STEI Tazkia.

5.13 CLASS AND EXAMINATION RULES


5.13.1 Class rules
To ensure classes run well, students are required to follow the rules as follows:
1. Students behave accordingly, dress neatly and well with the following provisions:
a. To wear a hijab that is non-transparent as well as covers the chest for female
students and also trousers may not be worn.
b. To wear shirts or Islamic clothing for male students.
c. To wear shoes in Dramaga campus but socks in Sentul campus.
2. Male students are not allowed to have long hair.
3. Students that are 15 minutes late may not enter enter class.
4. Students must fill in the attendance form either manually or electronically.
5. Students may not leave the class during the lecture without the consent of the
lecturer.
6. Students whose absence are less than 80% (or have missed the classes for more
than 3 times) may not participate in the final exam of that particular subject. These
absence includes due to illness and other reasons.

5.13.2. Examination Rules


The Mid and Final examinations are prepared by the scheduled set by the Academic
Division. During the examination, students are required to obey the rules set by the exam
committee. The invigilators will read in detail the exam rules before the start of the
examinations. Follow-up exams will be permitted under the following conditions:
1. Illness, along with a letter of hospitalization and hospitalization bills approved by
the hospital.
2. A catastrophe which includes (1) traffic accident accompanied by police and hospital
doctor report (2) natural disaster (3) death of a family member.
3. Undertaking a task for the state, such as joining the SEA Games contingent proven by
the committee letter and certificate from the Head of STEI Tazkia.

5.14 DIPLOMA, TRANSCRIPT AND ACADEMIC DEGREE


5.14.1 Form, Design and Content
The form, design and content of the diploma or academic transcript is regulated by the
Letter of Decree issued by the Head of STEI Tazkia.

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5.14.2. Issuance
1. The Diploma and Academic Transcript will be issued by STEI Tazkia if the students
have completed the following requirements:
a. Has completed all responsibilities or tasks within the study program either in
academic or professional education according the prescribed regulations.
b. Submitted the minor thesis to the Head of Study Program which is stated in an
official report prescribed by each study program.
c. Has completed all administrative and financial obligations relating to the
program study either in the program level or STEI Tazkia level.
d. Has completed all obligations with various other divisions, such as Library,
Cooperation, etc.
e. Has been stated as pass through a judicium by the Study Program.
2. The diploma is deemed valid if signed by the Head and Deputy Head of Academic.
3. Academic transcript is deemed legitimate if it has been signed by the Head of Study
Program, one original and 7 copies.
4. Diploma and academic transcript can only be issued once.

5.14.3. Completion Time


1. The diploma and academic transcript will be handed to the student upon completion
of his study no later than one month after his graduation.
2. If after two months the diploma and academic transcript are not yet taken by the
student therefore he is liable for an administration fee set by the Head of Study
Program.

5.14.4 Academic Title


1. The academic title bestowed upon the graduating student will be grafted on the
diploma.
2. The academic title for the bachelor’s degree and it’s abbreviation is Sarjana Ekonomi
Islam (S.E.I.)
3. The usage of the academic title and specialization of the bachelor’s degree will be in
an abbreviation form and placed after the last name of the student.

5.15 OTHER INFORMATION


1. Anything not yet regulated will be determined by the Head of STEI Tazkia.
2. All of the above regulations applies to all students, except the curriculum.

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CHAPTER VI
ISLAMIC ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT

The Islamic Accounting department offers three concentrations, information systems,


auditing and Islamic banking information systems.

6.1 Vision
Become an excellent Islamic Accounting Department at regional level, which is based on
Islamic values professionalism, Islamic Accounting competence, global competitiveness by
promoting principles of good university governance

6.2 Mission
1. Educate students with an integrated curriculum which combines shariah and
general
2. Develop researches in Islamic Accounting field to create an excellent academic
3. Become a center of Islamic Accounting theory development at regional level
4. Prepare human resources who are obedient to shariah rules, professional and
competent in Islamic Accounting field and practice their knowledge for the ummah

6.3 Goals
1. Produce graduates who are professional and competent in the fields of Islamic
accounting.
2. Produce graduates who are istiqomah and able to impact their work environment
with Islamic values as a public accountant, internal accountant, government
accountant, academic or entrepreneur.
3. Produce active accountant academics in developing academic disciplines of Islamic
accounting through empirical research.
4. Produces graduates who are active and concerned in the field of community
development and learning.

6.4 Graduate Competencies


1. Possess the knowledge of Islamic Sharia on economics particularly accounting.
2. Master the science of conventional accounting starting from basic concepts to
advanced concepts.
3. Possess the knowledge of Islamic accounting and familiar with the fundamental
differences of conventional accounting
4. Have good business communication skills in Indonesian or foreign language
5. Able to create, read, analyze and criticize the financial statements, both general
financial report and Islamic business financial report
6. Skilled in applying accounting software
7. Possess Islamic character and firmly holds the principles and ethics of Islam

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6.5 CURRICULUM DESIGN


Our curriculum is based on the vision and mission of the university college to be a
reference in Islamic Economics at the regional level. We also consider the needs of Islamic
business industry, feedback from alumni, students, parents and other interested parties. It
is expected that our curriculum can create graduates who are professional in their career
as professionals, academicians, entrepreneurs or community development. Basically our
curriculum is designed to produce three aspects of graduates competency, namely (1)
proper and civilized attitude based on Islamic norms and values, (2) high quality of
knowlege in Islamic economics , business, accounting and finance and (3) qualified skills
associated with graduate profession.

Our curriculum design is also based on the following regulation:


a. The Ministry of Education No. 233/U/2000 regarding the higher education
curriculum guidelines and the assessment of student learning.
b. The Ministry of Religion No. 353/2004 regarding the Islamic higher education
c. The Genereal Directur of Islamic Institution No. Dj.II/254/05 guidelines opening
and the implementation of Islamic Economics course at Islamic university.
d. The instruction of Presidential Regulation No. 8 on 2012 about Indonesia National
Qualifications Framework (INQF).

Our students have to complete minimum of 144 credits. According to the


regulation Ministry of Education no 49/2014, the maximum period of study is five (5)
years or 10 (ten) semesters. The total credit does not include the language programs and
character building program. Students will study in accordance with the department in the
third semester specialization of the course starts at the third semester,

In the third semester, students will start to take courses according to their chosen
department. Each program has the entry requirements determined by the Head of the
department. Students can take maximum of 24 credits each semester excluding SDS.
Students must complete and pass their core subjects (compulsory to be taken) and also
have to take 6 credits elective subjects offered by other Departments except for Islamic
Bank Information Systems program.
In the seventh semester, Islamic Accounting students start to take concentration
subjects which have 9 credits.

SECOND YEAR
Semester 3
Credit
No Code Subject Prerequisites
GL PR ∑
1 AEM2105 Foundation of Islamic Jurisprudence I 3 - 3 -
2 AEM2309 Money and Banking Sharia 3 - 3 -
3 AEM2308 Basic Econometrics 2 1 3 AEM 1307
4 AEM2106 Islamic Jurisprudence II 2 1 3 AEM1103
5 ACC2102 Principles of Accounting II 2 1 3 ACC1101
6 AEM2305 Legal Aspects of Economics 2 - 2 -

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7 ACC2701 Islamic Business Ethics 2 - 2 -


8 ACC2201 Cost Accounting 2 1 3 ACC1101
9 SDS2001 Student Dynamic Session 1 - 1 -
Total Credits 19 4 23

Semester 4
Credits
No Code Subject Prerequistes
GL PR ∑
1 AEM2107 Foundation of Islamic Jurisprudence II 3 - 3 AEM2105
2 AEM2108 Islamic Inheritance 2 - 2 -
3 AEM2110 Foundation of Islamic Economics 3 - 3 -
4 MGT2201 Financial Management 2 1 3 MGT1207
5 ACC2103 Financial Accounting I 2 1 3 ACC2102
6 ACC2802 Accounting Information Systems 3 - 3 ACC2102, ACC2201
7 MGT2302 Entrepreneurship 2 2 4 MGT1207
8 SDS2002 Student Dynamic Session 1 1 -
Total Credits 18 4 22

THIRD YEAR
Semester 5
Credits
No Code Subject GL PR ∑ Prerequisites
ACC2103,
1 ACC3801 Accounting Laboratory - 3 3 ACC2802
2 ACC3805 Enterprise Information System 3 - 3 ACC2802
3 ACC3104 Financial Accounting II 2 1 3 ACC2103
4 ACC3501 Accounting for IFIs 2 1 3 ACC2102
5 ACC3202 Management Accounting 2 1 3 ACC2201
6 ACC3403 Taxation 2 1 3 ACC1101
7 Elective Subject 3
8 SDS3003 Student Dynamic Session 1 - 1 -
Total Credits 12 7 22

Semester 6
Semester VI
Credits
No Code Subject GL PR ∑ Prerequisites
1 ACC3601 Zakah Accounting 3 - 3 -
2 ACC3110 Islamic Accounting Theory 3 - 3 ACC3104
3 ACC3827 System Analysis 2 1 3 ACC3801, ACC3805
4 ACC3105 Advanced Accounting 2 1 3 ACC3104
5 ACC3301 Auditing I 3 - 3 ACC3104
6 ACC3404 Public Sector Accounting 3 - 3 -
7 Elective Subject 3
8 SDS3004 Student Dynamic Session 1 - 1
Total Credits 16 2 21

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FOURTH YEAR
Semester 7
Semester VII
Credits
No Code Subject GL PR ∑ Prerequisites
AEM2308, 95
1 ACC4702 Research Methodology in Accounting 3 - 3 credits
2 ACC4108 Accounting Seminar 3 - 3 95 sks
3 ACC4203 Best Practices in Accounting 2 2 95 sks
4 Concentration Subject 3
5 Concentration Subject 3
6 Concentration Subject 3
7 SDS4005 Student Dynamic Session 1 1 -
Total Credits 9 - 19

Semester 8
Semester VIII
Credits
No Code Subject GL PR ∑ Prerequisites
1 ACC4901 Internship 1 2 3 Min 110 credits
2 ACC4902 Thesis - 6 6 Pass ACC3110 with min grade C
Total Credits 1 8 9

CONCENTRATION : INFORMATION SYSTEMS


Credits
No Code Subject GL PR ∑ Prerequisites
Oracle I module ledger and Account
1 ACC4806 Payable - 3 3 ACC3827
Oracle II Module Ledger and Account
2 ACC4807 Receivables - 3 3 ACC3827
3 ACC4810 Data Mining 3 3 ACC3827

CONCENTRATION : AUDITING
Credits
No Code Subject GL PR ∑ Prerequisites
1 ACC4302 Auditing II 3 3 ACC3301
2 ACC4305 EDP Auditing 3 3 ACC3301 , 3827
3 ACC4303 Internal Auditing 3 - 3 ACC3301

CONCENTRATION : ISLAMIC BANKS INFORMATION SYSTEMS (IBIS)


The concentration of Islamic Banks Information Systems is a joint program with
Faculty of Engineering The University of Indonesia. Therefore the curriculum is also
designed by combining the curriculum of both instititutions. Students do not need to
take elective courses. In the semester 1 until semester 4, students will study in
Tazkia’s campus. Students will start their study in the Faculty of Engineering in

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semester 5 to semester 7. In the last semester, students have to take internship


program for at least 2 months as well as completing their thesis.

SECOND YEAR IBIS


Semester 3
Credits
GL PR ∑
No Code Subject Prerequisites
1 AEM2105 Foundation of Islamic Jurisprudence I 3 - 3 -

2 ACC2502 Accounting for Islamic Banks I 2 1 3 -

3 ACC2403 Taxation 2 1 3 -

4 AEM2106 Islamic Jurisprudence II 3 - 3 AEM1103

5 ACC2102 Principles of Accounting II 2 1 3 ACC1101

6 AEM2305 Legal Aspects in Economics 2 - 2 -

7 ACC2701 Islamic Business Ethic 2 - 2 -


8 ACC2204 Cost Management 2 1 3 ACC1101
9 SDS2001 Student Dynamic Session 1 1 -
Total Credits 19 4 23

Semester 4
Credits
No Code Subject GL PR ∑ Prerequisites
1 AEM2107 Foundation of Islamic Jurisprudence II 3 - 3 AEM2105

2 AEM2108 Islamic Inheritance 2 - 2 -

3 AEM2110 Foundations of Islamic Economics 3 - 3 -

4 ACC2109 Financial Statement Analysis 2 1 3 ACC2102

5 ACC2601 Zakah Accounting 2 1 3 -

6 ACC2306 Basic auditing for Islamic Financial Institutions 3 - 3 ACC2102


7 ACC2802 Accounting Information Systems 3 - 3 ACC2102, ACC2201
8 ACC2504 Accounting for Islamic Banks II 2 1 3 ACC2502
9 SDS2002 Student Dynamic Session 1 1 -
Total Credits 21 3 24

THIRD YEAR IBIS


Semester 5
Credits
Status
No Code Subject GL PR ∑ Prerequisites
Algorithm and Data Structure on Sharia
ACC3811 4 1 5 C -
1 Compliance
2 ACC3812 Database Introduction 2 1 3 C -
3 ACC3813 Management Information System 3 - 3 C -
4 ACC3814 Sharia Banking Information Technology 3 1 4 C -
5 ACC3815 Computer Network 3 1 4 C -
6 SDS3003 Student Dynamic Session 1 1 C -
Total Credits 15 4 20

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Semester 6
Credits
No Code Subject Status Prerequisites
GL PR ∑
1 ACC3815 Software Engineering 3 - 3 C ACC3811
Sharia Banking Funding Products and
ACC3505 3 1 4 C -
2 Services
3 ACC3816 Database Administration 3 1 4 C ACC3812

4 ACC3817 Object Oriented Programming 3 1 4 C -

5 ACC3804 Decision Support System 2 - 2 C -


6 ACC3818 Information Security System 2 1 3 C ACC3815
7 SDS3003 Student Dynamic Session 1 1 C -
Total Credits 16 4 21

FOURTH YEAR IBIS


Semester 7
Credits
No Code Subject Status Prerequisites
GL PR ∑
1 ACC4819 Advanced Programming 3 1 4 C ACC3817
ACC4820 Rapid Application Development with
2 2 1 3 C -
Sharia Compliance
3 ACC4506 Sharia Banking Financing Products 3 1 4 C -
ACC4821 Sharia Banking Information System
4 3 1 4 C ACC3815
Analysis and Design
ACC4822 Web Programming for Sharia
5 3 1 4 C -
Compliance
6 SDS3004 Student Dynamic Session 1 1 C -
Total Credits 20

Semester 8
Credits
No Code Subject Status Prerequisites
GL PR ∑
1 ACC4703 Internship**) 1 2 3 C Min 110 credits
Pass ACC3110 with
2 ACC4704 Thesis - 6 6 C min grade C
Total Credits 9

ELECTIVE SUBJECTS
Students have to complete minimum 2 elective subjects, which are equivalent to 6
credits from other departments.

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CHAPTER VII
ISLAMIC BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT
Islamic Business and Management Studies Program offers two concentrations, i.e. The
concentration of Islamic Banking and Finance as well as the concentration of Marketing
and Entrepreneurship.

7.1 Vision
Become an excellent Islamic Business and Management Education at regional level which
has global competitiveness by promoting good university governance principles and
Islamic ethics

7.2 Mission
1. Prepare human resources who are academically competent, professional and
knowledgeable in the field of financial management, marketing and
entrepreneurship.
2. Conduct the best learning and education process in the field of Islamic financial
management, marketing and entrepreneurship by promoting principles of good
university governance.
3. Develop Islamic financial management, marketing and entrepreneurship sciences
for the entire academic community.

7.3 Goals
1. To produce graduates who are competent in the field of Islamic financial
management, marketing and entrepreneurship
2. To produce graduates who are able to become pioneers in the application and
development of sciences in the field of Islamic financial management, marketing and
entrepreneurship
3. To establish the Islamic Business and Management department as an international
reference in conducting education in the field of Islamic financial management,
marketing and entrepreneurship.
4. To weave cooperation and institutional partnership that is mutually beneficial with
other higher education institutions and industry either domestic or international.

7.4 Graduate Competencies


The graduates of the Islamic and Business Management course are expected to possess the
following competencies:
1. Hold managerial abilities of Islamic financial institutions
2. Hold professional and ethical marketing abilities based on Islam.
3. Hold critical views on the development of Islamic finance practices.
4. Hold good knowledge of Islamic financial transactions.
5. Possess passion and knowledge for entrepreneurship.

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SECOND YEAR
Semester 3

Credits
No Code Subject Prerequisites
GL PR ∑
1 AEM2105 Foundation of Islamic Jurisprudence I 3 - 3 AEM2105
2 AEM2309 Money and Banking Sharia 3 - 3 AEM2309
3 AEM2308 Basic Econometrics 2 1 3 AEM2308
4 AEM2106 Islamic Jurisprudence II 2 1 3 AEM2106
ACC 2102 Principles of Accounting II 2 1 3 ACC1101
5 AEM2305 Legal Aspects of Economics 2 - 2 -
6 AEM2108 Islamic Inheritance 2 - 2 -
7 ACC2701 Islamic Business Ethics 2 - 2 -
8 SDS2001 Student Dynamic Session 1 1 -
Total Credits 19 3 22

Semester 4

Credits
No Code Subject Prerequisites
GL PR ∑
1 AEM2107 Foundation of Islamic Jurisprudence II 3 - 3 AEM2105
2 FIN2301 Financial Management 3 - 3 MGT1207
3 MGT2102 Management Information Systems 3 - 3 AEM1401
4 IFI2401 Management of Islamic Banking 3 - 3 MGT1207
5 MKT2501 Marketing Management 3 - 3 MGT1207
6 ENT2601 Entreprenuership I 3 - 3 -
7 AEM2306 Laboratory of Islamic Mini Bank - 2 2 -
8 SDS2002 Student Dynamic Session 1 1 -
Total Credits 20 2 21

THIRD YEAR
Semester 5
Credit Hour
No Code Subject Prerequisites
GL PR ∑
1 BIS3204 Organizational Behaviour 3 - 3 MGT1207
Management for Islamic
2 IFI3402 2 1 3 AEM2309
Financial Institutions
3 BIS 3202 International Business 3 - 3 FIN2301
AEM1301 &
4 ECO 3203 Microeconomics I 3 - 3 ECO1205
5 MGT 3104 Human Resource Management 3 - 3 MGT1207
6 ECO 3201 Macroeconomics I 3 - 3 ECO1205
7 AEM3110 Fondations of Islamic Economics 3 - 3 -

8 IFI3305 Management of Islamic Insurance 2 - 2 MGT1207

9 SDS3003 Student Dynamic Session 1 1 -


Total Credits 24 1 24

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Semester 6
Credits
No Code Subject Prerequisites
GL PR ∑
1 MGT3105 Strategic Management 3 - 3 MGT3301& FIN2301

2 ACC3203 Cost Management 2 1 3 ACC 2102

3 Concentration subject 3
4 Concentration subject 3
5 Concentration subject 3
6 Elective Subject 3
7 Elective Subject 3

8 SDS3004 Student Dynamic Session 1 1

Total Credits 19 3 22

FOURTH YEAR
Semester 7
Credits
No Code Subject Prerequisites
GL PR ∑
1 BIS 3201 Business Research Methodology 3 - 3 Pass 95 credits

2 Concentration subject 3
3 Concentration subject 3
4 Concentration subject 3
5 Concentration subject 3
6 Concentration subject 3
7 SDS4005 Student Dynamic Session 1 1
Total Credits 18 1 19

Semester 8
Credit Hour
No Code Subject Prerequisites
GL PR ∑
Min 110 Credits
1 MGT4106 Internship 1 2 3
Pass BIS 3201
2 MGT4101 Thesis 6 6
minimum C
Total Credits 9

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Concentration : Finance and Banking

Credits
No Code Subject Prerequisites
GL PR ∑
1 FIN 4306 Financing Analysis 1 2 3 FIN2301

2 MGT3103 Investment Management 3 - 3 FIN2301

3 BIS 3203 Operational Management 3 - 3 FIN2301

4 IFI 4403 Islamic Finance 2 1 3 FIN2301

5 FIN 4305 Financial Risk Management 3 - 3 FIN2301

6 FIN 4304 Seminar in Finance and Banking 3 - 3 -

7 FIN4303 International Finance 3 - 3 FIN2301

FIN 4302 Advanced Financial Management 3 - 3 FIN2301

Concentration : Marketing and Entreprenuership.

Credits
No Code Subject Prerequisites
GL PR ∑
Seminar in Marketing and MKT2501 & ENT
1 ENT4607 1 2 3
Entrepreneurship 2601
2 MKT3502 International Marketing 3 - 3 MKT2501
ENT 2601,
3 ENT3602 Entreprenuership II 3 3
MKT2501
Marketing Research& MKT2501,
4 MKT4503 3 - 3
Business Feasibility Study AEM2308
5 MKT4504 Marketing Communication 3 - 3 MKT2501
6 BIS4205 Consumer Behaviour 3 - 3 MKT2501
Islamic Marketing MKT2501
7 MKT4505 3 - 3
Management
ENT3602
8 ENT4603 Entreprenuership III 3 - 3

Total Credits 19 3 22

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CHAPTER VIII
ISLAMIC BUSINESS LAW DEPARTMENT
8.1 Vision
Become a flagship course program in the process of education, teaching, research and
public service that integrates economics with ethical business values and Islamic law

8.2 Mission
Produce Islamic Economics graduates with a solid knowledge of Business and Economics
that are skilled in analyzing Islamic Business Law issues that are developing in world as
well as having a firm belief, moral and consistent on the path of Islamic Law.

8.3 Goals
With the founding of Islamic Business Law course, STEI TAZKIA is determined to:
1. Uphold Islamic Science values that are inseparable with muamalat order (social
interaction).
2. Integrate business science and Islamic entrepreneurship with social economics in
theory and practice.
3. Provide a competent education system in the field of business law that are
comprehensive, in accordance with sharia and applicative in nature.
4. Produce academics who are competent in solving contemporary issues of business
law and entrepreneurship.
5. Produce scholars that can become community leaders with excellent Islamic morals
and possesses specialization and scientific specifications of Islamic business law and
muamalat.

8.4 Graduate Competencies


Graduates of the Islamic Business Law program are expected to have the following
competencies:
1. Map the Islamic sciences and its applications in the modern business world.
2. Explain the concept of Islamic business laws in a variety of entrepreneurial and
business guidelines
3. Describe the differences between the legal status of an Islamic business and
conventional business
4. Describe clearly the various types of Islamic business contracts in theory and
practice
5. Skilled in both Arabic and English language as a business communication tool.

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8.5 CURRICULUM

Semester III
Credits
No Code Subject Status Prerequisites
GL PR Σ
Foundation of Islamic Jurisprudence -
1 AEM2105 3 - 3 C
I
2 LAW2101 Islamic Business Law 3 - 3 C -
Advanced Verses & Hadith for
3 LAW2201 2 - 2 C AEM1104
Economics
4 AEM2106 Islamic Jurisprudence II 3 - 3 C AEM1103
5 LAW2301 Bank and Islamic Finance 3 - 3 C -
6 ACC2701 Islamic Business Ethics 2 - 2 C -
7 AEM2108 Islamic Inheritance 2 - 2 C -
8 MUA0604 Principle of Islamic jurisprudence I 3 3 -
Introduction Indonesian Positive
9 LAW4400 2 - 2 C -
Law
10 SDS2001 Student Dynamic Session 1 1 C
Total Credits 24 - 24

Semester IV
Credits
N Prerequisite
Code Subject GL P Σ Status
o s
R
Foundation of Islamic
1 AEM2107 3 - 3 C AEM2105
Jurisprudence II
2 AEM2110 Foundation of Islamic Economics 3 - 3 C -
3 AEM2111 Zakat Jurisprudence 3 - 3 C -
Jurisprudence of financial
4 LAW2204 3 - 3 C AEM2105
Contemporer
5 LAW2301 Islamic Sosiology Law 2 - 2 C LAW2101
6 LAW2102 Islamic Insurance Law 3 - 3 C LAW2101
7 LAW2103 Islamic Banking Law 3 - 3 C LAW2101
8 SDS2001 Student Dynamic Session 1 - 1 C -
Total Credits 21 - 21

Semester V
Credits
No Code Subject Status Prerequisites
GL PR Σ
Principle of Islamic
1 LAW3205 3 - 3 C MUA0604
jurisprudence II
Zakat and Waqf Law in
2 LAW3104 3 - 3 C AEM2111
Indonesia
3 MGT2302 Enterpreneurship 3 - 3 C -
4 LAW3105 Civil Law 3 - 3 C LAW2301
5 LAW3106 Investment Law 3 - 3 C LAW2101
6 LAW3303 Islamic Modern Law Thought 3 - 3 C LAW2101

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7 LAW3017 Islamic Market Capital Law 3 - 3 C LAW2101


8 LAW 3210 Hadith for Law 3 - 3 C -
9 SDS2001 Student Dynamic Session 1 - 1 C -
Total Credits 25 - 25

Semester VI
Credits
No Code Subject Status Prerequisites
GL PR Σ
1 LAW3206 Seminar on Muamalat Issues 3 - 3 C -

2 LAW 3115 Islamic Family Law 2 - 2 C -


3 LAW4401 Islamic Financial Planner I 3 - 3 C -

4 LAW4402 Civil Law Procedure 2 1 3 C -


5 LAW3108 Business Legal Contract 3 - 3 C LAW2101
6 LAW4403 Law of obligations 3 - 3 -
7 ECO 3104 Maqoshid Syariah 3 - 3 C AEM2107
8 LAW4405 Alternative Dispute Resolution 3 - 3 C -
9 SDS2001 Student Dynamic Session 1 - 1 C -

Total Credits 23 1 24

Semester VII
Credits
No Code Subject Status Prerequisites
GL PR Σ
1 LAW4406 Islamic Financial Planner II 3 - 3 C LAW4401
2 LAW3109 Legal Drafting 2 - 2 -

Justice in Islam and The Practice of


3 LAW4110 2 1 3 C LAW2101
Justice In Indonesia
4 LAW4111 Economic Crime 3 - 3 C LAW2101
5 LAW4208 Fatwa Islamic Business 2 - 2 C -
6 LAW4307 Community Empowerment 2 1 3 C -
7 LAW3306 Company Organization Law 3 - 3 C -
Islamic Economics Research
8 LAW4309 3 - 3 C LAW3206
Methodology
Manuscirpts Study in Islamic Business
9 LAW4310 2 - 2 C LAW2101
Law
10 SDS2001 Student Dynamic Session 1 - 1 C -
Total Credits 24 1 25

Semester VIII
Credits
N
Code Subject P Status Prerequisites
o GL Σ
R
1 LAW4401 Internship 1 2 3 C Pass 110 credits
2 LAW4402 Thesis 6 C Pass LAW4309 minimun score C

Total Credits 9

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Elective Subjects
No Code Subject Credits Prerequisites
1 LAW 3112 Securities Law 2 -
2 LAW 3116 International Civil Law 2 LAW3105
3 LAW 3209 The Judiciary Fiqh (Qhadha) 2 -
4 LAW 3114 Tax Law 2 -
5 LAW 3211 Interpretation of Ahkam Verses 3 LAW2201
6 LAW4308 Islamic Philosophy Law 2
7 MGT2201 Financial management 3
8 LAW 3212 Jurisprudence State / Fiqh Daulah 3

9 LAW 2213 History of tasyri’ 3

10 LAW4207 Foundation of Islamic Jurisprudence III 3

11 LAW3305 Ownership Intellectual Law and Copyright 3

All subjects that fulfill the prerequisites from Based on terms and
12 conditions
other departments

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CHAPTER IX
ISLAMIC ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT

9.1 Vision
Become a Centre of Excellence in the process of education, research and community
empowerment that integrates conventional economics with the values and ethics of Islam.

9.2 Mission
1. Produce well educated Islamic Economic scholars with integrity
2. Conduct lectures and education that comprehensively covers the discipline of
economics
3. The Islamization of knowledge, especially in the field of economy.
4. Conduct research and service for concept development and implementation of
Islamic economics for the community
5. Promote the Islamic Economics course as a national flagship program with a variety
of publication activities.

9.3 Goals
1. To be Sharia based, scientific philosophy as well as the use of developmental
methodology of Islamic Economics course.
2. A reference for national curriculum in the development of Islamic Economics
Courses
3. Graduates to hold competencies as well as qualitative and qualitative indicators that
can fulfill the need of Islamic Banking institutions either in the real or financial
sectors.
4. To weave cooperation and institutional partnership that is mutually beneficial with
other higher education institutions and industry either domestic or international.

9.4 Graduate Competencies


Graduates of Islamic Economics course are expected to have the following general
competencies:
1. Possess life skills.
2. Fluent in Arabic and English language
3. Master the tools of quantitative and qualitative analysis
4. The Islamization of the world of business and economy
5. Have a commitment to the Islamic economy proselytizing

Besides the general competencies, graduates are expected to have special competencies in
the following:
1. Have the critical views of the development of Islamic Economics

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2. Able to analyze macro and micro economic models


3. Able to analyze from the Sharia perspective of any conventional theories
4. Able to make quantitative and qualitative research
5. Able to compete in any sector of the working place.

9.5 CURRICULUM
Semester III
Credit
No Code Subject Status Prerequisites
GL PR ∑
1 AEM2105 Foundation of Islamic Jurisprudence I 3 - 3 C -
2 AEM2303 Money and Banking 3 - 3 C -
3 AEM2306 Basic Econometrics 2 1 3 C AEM1307
4 AEM2106 Islamic Jurisprudence II 3 - 3 C AEM1103
5 ACC2102 Principles of Accounting II 2 1 3 C ACC2101
6 AEM2305 Legal Aspect of Economics 2 - 2 C -
7 ACC2701 Islamic Business Ethics 2 - 2 C -
8 ECO2203 Microeconomics I 3 - 3 C AEM1301, ECO1205
9 SDS2001 Student Dynamic Session 1 1 C
Total Credits 21 2 23

Semester IV
Credits Prerequis
No Code Subject Status
GL PR ∑ ites
Foundation of Islamic
1 AEM2107 3 - 3 C AEM2105
Jurisprudence II
2 AEM2108 Islamic Inheritance 2 - 2 C -
Foundation of Islamic
3 AEM2110 3 - 3 C ECO1205
Economics
4 MGT2201 Financial Management 3 - 3 C MGT1207
5 ECO2201 Macroeconomics I 3 - 3 C ECO1205
6 ECO2204 Microeconomics II 2 1 3 C ECO2203
7 MGT2302 Entreprenuership 2 1 3 C MGT1207
8 SDS2002 Student Dynamic Session 1 1 C -
Total Credit Hours 19 2 21

Semester V
Credits
No Code Subject Status Prerequisites
GL PR ∑
1 ECO 3401 Monetary Economics 3 - 3 C ECO2203
2 ECO 3603 Econometrics I 2 1 3 C AEM2308
3 ECO 3202 Macroeconomics II 2 1 3 C ECO2203
4 ECO 3103 Islamic Microeconomics 3 - 3 C ECO2204
History of Economics
5 ECO 3206 3 - 3 C ECO2203
Thought
6 ECO 3104 Maqashid Sharia 3 - 3 C AEM2107
7 SDS3003 Student Dynamic Session 1 - 1 C -
Total Credits 17 2 19

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Semester VI
N Credits Prerequisite
Code Subject Status
o GL PR ∑ s
1 ECO 3602 Econometrics II 2 1 3 C ECO 3603
2 ECO 3101 Islamic Macroeconomics 2 1 3 C ECO2204
History of Islamic Economics
3 ECO 3105 3 - 3 C ECO 3206
Thought
ECO 3101, ECO
4 ECO 3106 Seminar in Islamic Economics 3 - 3 C 3103
5 ECO3102 Islamic Jurisprudence III 2 1 3 C AEM2107
6 ECO 3303 Development Economics 3 - 3 C ECO2204
7 Elective Subject*) 3 - 3 E
8 SDS3004 Student Dynamic Session 1 1 C
Total Credits 19 3 22

Semester VII
Credit Hour
No Code Subject Status Prerequisites
GL PR ∑
1 ECO 4602 Research Methodology 2 1 3 C ECO 3602
2 ECO 4304 Indonesian Economics 3 - 3 C ECO2204
Islamic Wealth
3 ECO4703 3 - 3 C ECO2204
Management
4 ECO4501 Islamic Capital Market 2 1 3 C MGT2201
Islamic Monetary
5 ECO4502 3 - 3 C ECO 3401
System
6 Elective Subject*) 3 E
Student Dynamic C
7 SDS4005 1
Session
TotalCredit Hour 17 2 19

Semester VIII
Credits
No Code Subject Status Prerequisites
GL PR ∑
1 ECO 4102 Internship 1 2 3 C Pass 110 credits
2 ECO 4101 Thesis - 6 6 C ECO 4602, min C
Total Credit Hour 9

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CHAPTER X
Internship

10.1 DEFINITION AND PURPOSE OF INTERNSHIP


The internship is field work done by students in a company, institution, business and
Islamic financial institutions. The purpose of the internship is to provide work experiences
for students to enable them to understand the real needs in the field and able to compare
between the knowledge obtained during college time with the practices in the field.
Internship is worth 3 credit semesters where 1 credit is for preparation in class and 2
credits for work practice. At the end of the internship program, students are required to
submit an internship report where the writing will be done under the supervision of their
internal lecturers. This report covers the activities during the internship where the writing
is based on a method under the supervision of internal lecturers.

10.2 INTERNSHIP REQUIREMENTS


Before starting the internship program, students must complete the following
requirements:
1. Have completed a minimum of 110 credit semesters with a minimum GPA score of
2.75.
2. Have submitted an internship application endue with a proposal and a supervisor
who had been appointed by a Letter of Decree signed by the Chairman of STEI
Tazkia. The proposal must cover the plans for the internship which informs the
purpose, place, planned activities, time and cost.
3. Has been approved by the supervisor and Head of the Course Program to attend the
internship program at the appointed place.

10.3 INTERNSHIP LOCATION


As the purpose of the internship program is to let the students have work experience, this
program may be done in:
1. Corporations or business institutions that is managed in an Islamic way, either in
the banking or real sector. These corporations or institutions must have at least 25
employees.
2. Research institutions or consultants particularly but not limited to the study of
Islamic economics.
3. Dakwah institutions that have economic empowerment programs for community.
4. These research and dakwah institutions must have operated for at least 5 years.

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10.4 INTERNSHIP PERIOD


The period of the internship program is for two months. The implementation time for
internship may be done either in the even semester holiday (6th semester) or in the active
semester (8th semester).

10.5 INTERNSHIP ACTIVITIES


The activities between students to students during the internship program may differ, as
is required by the organization or institution of internship. There are no set rules that
regulates the activities of internship. However, during the internship period, students are
required to have routine work-related communication with both supervisors in campus
and in the organization. Concurrently, students are required to start drafting their
internship report so that they could easily gather all the necessary data needed during the
internship program. By the end of internship program it is hoped that students are able to
have a deeper understanding between work-related activities during the program with the
subjects that had been studied in class.

10.6 INTERNSHIP PROCESS


The process and stages of students’ internship are as follows:

10.6.1 Internship Procedure


1. Participants fill in the Subject Application Form for Internship Program.
2. Participants attend Internship Program briefing.
3. Participants establish communication with prospective institution (better one
which already has an MOU with STEI Tazkia) and the prospective field
supervisor to gain information on the subject and internship permit.
4. Participants submit and register the internship application form to the Head of
Course Program.
5. Head of Course Program appoints internal supervisor máximum one week after
registration.
6. Participants decide on the subject and agenda with help from the designated
supervisor and submits it to the Head of Course Program one week after the
appointment of the supervisor. Registration is done by filling the internship
application form and enclosed with the internship program proposal, transcript
and letter of recommendation from the supervisor.
7. The Head or Secretary of the Course Program inventarizes participants internship
registration to a ledger, verifies the requirements and drafts an internship
application letter to the institution partner.
8. The Head of Course Program sends the internship application letter to the
institution partner through the student.
9. Participant can start only after he has received permission from the institution
partner and the institution has proposed a field or external supervisor, even though
an agreement letter from the institution partner has not been issued.

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10. Internship program is carried out for two months under the supervision and
guidance of the external supervisor.
11. Participant fills in the Internship Proof Attendance Form signed by the external
supervisor.
12. Participant drafts an internship weekly report.
13. Participants drafts a news event stating that their internship program in the
institution partner has ended according to schedule. The news event must be
signed by the external supervisor and internal supervisor then submitted to the
Head of Course Program no later than two weeks after the internship program has
ended.
14. External supervisor submits the participant’s internship assessment result to the
Head of Course Program either directly or through the participant no later than
two weeks after the internship program has ended.
15. Participant must submit an internship report under the supervisión of the internal
supervisor with the consent of the external supervisor. The internship report must
be submitted within two months after the end of the internship program.
16. Internal supervisor submits the participant’s internship assessment result to the
Head of Course Program within two weeks of the internship report submission.
17. The head or secretary of the Course Program processes the result based on the
internship assessment procedure.
18. The head or secretary of the Course Program submits the internship score to the
Academic Division.

10.7 INTERNSHIP ASSESSMENT


The assessment is conducted by both the internal and external supervisor. The internal
supervisor assesses the internship report, whereas the external supervisor assesses
participant’s performance during their internship period. The components that are
assessed are shown as follows:

SCORE
NO ASSESSMENT COMPONENTS
(0-100)
I Cognitive Aspects
a. Knowledge mastery
b. Ability to identify problems and their solutions.
c. Comprehension
II Affective Aspects
a. Discipline and responsible
b. Commitment and integrity
c. Respect and Appreciative (Politeness)
d. Creativity
e. Teamwork
f. Appearance and presentation
III Psychomotoric Aspects:

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a. Skill and competencies


b. Mastery of computer and information technology
c. Innovation and creativity
d. Productivity and task completion
AVERAGE I, II & III (70%)
IV Proposal compiling* (10%)
V Report compiling and evaluation* (20%)
INTERNSHIP SCORE

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CHAPTER XI
Thesis And Business Feasibility Study
Thesis is a scientific paper written on problems that will be researched according to each
students’ discipline. The purpose of writing a minor thesis is to sharpen the student’s skill
in understanding social, economics, business phenomenon that are happening,
formulating the problems and research objectives, analyzing a phenomenon compared to
another phenomenon and finally elaborating the research and analysis objectives in a
scientific paper. On the other hand, students can arrange the final assignment in the form
of Business Feasibility Study or Studi Kelayakan Bisnis (SKB). SKB is a scientific paper that
is written through intensive and detailed research process to learn about business plan in
order to determine the feasibility of the business to be conducted. Students must first draft
a proposal for their minor thesis or SKB and must go through a proposal panel review or
seminar to continue their minor thesis or SKB.

11.1 MINOR THESIS OR SKB GENERAL REQUIREMENTS


1. Students must have passed the Research Methodology course with at least a C
grade.
2. Worth 6 semester credits.
3. Students must pass the thesis or SKB proposal panel review.
4. Thesis is the empirical and theoretical test against the existing theories on the four
disciplines, can be composed by using two approaches, namely, literature
approach, and field study approach.
5. Thesis or SKB is written in Bahasa Indonesia or Arabic or English. Specifically for
the abstract must be written in two languages, Bahasa Indonesia and Arabic or
English.
6. Thesis supported by at least 15 references, and consists of at least 5 international
journals.

11.2 MINOR THESIS OR SKB PROPOSAL


1. Thesis proposal is a research plan that consists of the background, problem
formulation, purpose, benefit, literature review, hypothesis development and
research methodology.
2. SKB Proposal is a short business plan that will discuss the business feasibility
study which consists of the introduction, venture, corporate and proposal analysis.
3. Proposal Writing Procedure
a. Student fill in the Study Plan Form (KRS) for minor thesis/SKB and submit the
title submission and concept notes of minor thesis/SKB.
b. Head of Program (KPS) and thesis committee decide the SKB/minor thesis
supervisor.
c. Students take the minor thesis/SKB control card according to each study
program.

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d. Students undertake minor-thesis/SKB proposal guidance under each assigned


lecturer.
4. Proposal Seminar Procedure
a. Students register themselves for the proposal seminar by submitting the
registration form and copies of the minor thesis/SKB proposal that has already
been approved by the supervising lecturer as many as three copies.
b. The Study Program Department arrange and announce the seminar schedule.
c. Students present the minor thesis/SKB proposal in front of the panel review;
consisting of the supervising lecturer, study program lecturer, and Syariah
lecturers.
d. Students presenting the proposal must apply these terms:
 Student must be present at least 15 minutes before his/her presentation
starts. If the student is 10 minutes late from the scheduled time, then
he/she will be considered absent. The seminar will be declared void and
the student will have to follow a reschedule registration procedure.
 Dress modestly and neat. For male students, they have to wear long-
sleeved white shirt, alma mater coat, black trousers, and black loafers with
white socks. For female students, they have to wear white shirt, alma mater
coat, black skirt, white veil, black shoes and white socks. They also have to
show their examination card.
 Be polite in answering the judge’s questions.ca

e. The seminar should be witnessed by at least 5 others students.


f. To be able to join the minor thesis proposal seminar, student must’ve already
attend two proposal seminar of the same study program, and three proposal
seminars of another study program.
g. Students who have passed the proposal seminar, may continue their minor
thesis research or SKB.
h. Students who have failed in the proposal seminar, must follow the reschedule
proposal seminar with a revised proposal.
i. The reschedule of proposal seminar procedure is the same as the normal
proposal seminar.

5. Minor Thesis/SKB proposal scoring


Minor Thesis/SKB proposal scoring, are based on these aspects:

No Scored aspects Score


1 Presentation 1-20
2 Proposal content 1-30
3 Content mastery 1-35
4 Originality 1-15

11.3 THESIS/SKB SUBMISSION


1. Students who have passed the thesis/SKB proposal seminar, may submit a
research cover letter to the Study Program Department.

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2. Students receive supervision from the supervising lecturer and later fill in each
progress in the control card which is signed by the supervising lecturer.
3. The thesis/SKB is highly expected to be finished in one semester. If not, then the
student must pay the fixed tuition to continue their writing and defend their
thesis/SKB in front of a panel review.

11.4 THESIS/SKB PANEL REVIEW


1. Students who have finalized their thesis or SKB, and approved by their supervising
lecturer may register for a panel review session.
2. When defending their thesis/SKB, students must:
a. Student must be present at least 15 minutes before his/her presentation
starts. If the student is 10 minutes late from the scheduled time, then he/she
will be considered absent. The seminar will be declared void and the student
will have to follow a reschedule registration procedure.
b. Dress modestly and neat. For male students, they have to wear long-sleeved
white shirt, alma mater coat, black trousers, and black loafers with white
socks. For female students, they have to wear white shirt, alma mater coat,
black skirt, white veil, black shoes and white socks. They also have to show
their examination card.
c. Be polite in answering the judge’s questions
d. The thesis review can be witnessed by other students provided that they act
politely and dress modestly (no t-shirt and sandals) and no going inside and
out of the room when the session begins.
3. The review session will be attended by a team of judges which includes the
supervisor and two other lecturers. The panel will be headed by the supervisor
with the highest academic credentials. If all the judges have the same level of
academic credentials then the head will be appointed by the Head of Study
Program.
4. Minor Thesis Trial Scoring
NO. Criteria Score Value
1 ABSTRACT 1-5
Background, Objectives, Methods, Result, Conclusion, Key words
2 INTRODUCTION 1-10
Background, Objectives, Methods, Result, Conclusion, Key words
3 LITERATURE REVIEW 1-10
The literature, Current review, Relevant and originally from the
source according to the flow.
4 METHODS/THEORY OUTLINE 1-10
The conformity with the problem that will be solved. New theory
development. Existing method use.
5 RESULT AND DISCUSSION 1-25
Collection and the clarity of the process data/processing technique
performance, Analysis and synthetic data accuracy, result and
hypothesis or previous similar result comparison.
6 CONCLUSION 1-10

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Result’s success rate towards the objectives.


7 PRESENTATION 1-15
Presentation and content systematics.
The use of language.
Presentation manner and attitude.
Presentation time management.
8 QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS 1-15
TOTAL
5. Evaluation of Thesis/SKB review are:
a. Pass perfectly, without further revision.
b. Pass with revision. Revision must be completed within 2 weeks (15 days) after
the minor thesis review. Revision is done based on the agreement between the
supervising lecturer and other judges.
c. Not passed, the student has to redo the minor thesis review.
d. Not passed and the minor thesis/SKB is rejected. The student must undertake
another supervision with a new title until completed, and then redo the review
session. This is done if the student had been found plagiating other people’s
work.

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CHAPTER XII
Facilities And Infrastructure
12.1 CAMPUS FACILITIES AND SUPPORT
Lectures are conducted in two campuses. The matriculation campus is located on Jl.Raya
Dramaga which is used for first-year students. In addition the dormitories for ikhwan
(male) and akhwat (female), the lecture halls comprises of the Abu Yusuf building, Al-
Maqirzi building, Ibnu Khaldun building and Zaid ibn Ali building. The total classrooms
consists of 10 classrooms. Most of the classes are equipped with Air Conditioning, LCD
projectors, and other necessary classroom equipment. In addition, matriculation campus
is supplemented with a computer laboratory and library as well. While the total capacity
of matriculation dormitory is for about 350 students. Each dormitory rooms are equipped
with a bathroom, desks, beds, and adequate closets.

The main campus is located in Sentul City which consists of 14 classrooms and two halls.
In addition to the library and language laboratory, the main campus is also supplemented
with language laboratories, syariah mini lab bank that is in cooperation with Syariah
Mandiri Bank as well as the Indonesia Stock Exchange Corner.

12.2 THE LIBRARY


The library on both campuses provide a collection of readings in the form of text books
used as students reference material, scientific journals, thesis, dissertations, and other
relevant reading materials such as books that explore Islamic Economics. In addition, the
library also provides services of economics newspaper clippings, information services
cooperation, and economics magazine index. Students can also access a variety of
references from online journals which are laden in proquest database with the
cooperation of The National Library of Indonesia.

12.2.1 System Services and Membership


Library service system consists of several types:
1. Open : For the service of circulation and books.
2. Closed : For the service of scientific papers, theses, dissertations and research
papers.
While members of the library consists of students, faculty (lecturer) and staffs.

The requirements to become a member:


1. Fill out the provided registration forms.
a. Students must submit a copy of ID Card and/or KTM.
b. Lecturers, assistants and employees show their employee card/ID/letter from
the head unit.
2. Submit two 2x3 photos.
3. Willing to comply with the library codes/rules and regulations.
4. Students who are on leave or studying abroad are not allowed to become members.
5. Pay cash administration of Rp 5.000,-

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12.2.2 Rights and Obligations


There are some rules that should be noted with regard to rights and obligations:
1. Each borrower must show a valid library card.
2. Each borrower is not allowed to use another member’s library card.
3. Any library collections that may not be borrowed can only be read in the library.
4. The maximum amount of borrowing are three (3) books.
5. Library collection which may be photocopied are: books, magazines, newspapers,
and research papers.
6. The maximum borrowing period are three (3) weeks.
7. Books that have been borrowed can have their borrowing period extended at most
once with the provision that the book has not been booked by anyone else and the
book must be brought at the time of the request.
8. Loss or damage of library materials due to negligence/intentional by the
borrower/user shall come with consequences, they shall replace the lost or
damaged book with the same title.
9. If the points above are not met, then the following provisions apply:
a. For foreign publications which are lost or damaged, members are required to
replace with 3x price of the book plus fines from the date reported.
b. For books published in the country which are lost or damaged, members are
required to replace with 2x price of the book plus fines from the date reported.
10. Any delay in returning any library material shall be imposed a fine of Rp 500,- (five
hundred rupiahs) per working day for each book borrowed.
11. Students who have completed their studies and will move must submit 1 (one)
piece of thesis or final project report and donate two books of different titles.
While the provision of books to be donated are:
a. Books that are within the scope of the subject of each study program.
b. Not official text books from the Ministry of Education.
c. Books without any agency/department/library stamps.
d. Books must be in good physical condition.

12.2.3 The Administrative Code of Conduct:


The following administrative provision that must be adhered:
1. The Library Card Membership
a. Valid for STEI Tazkia students.
b. Valid only for the owner.
c. Must be brought at the time of borrowing books.
2. Loan Deadline:
a. For students and staffs, borrowing period is 7 (seven) days, and the period of
extension is 2x7 (two times seven) days.
b. For faculty (lecturers), borrowing period is for one month or one semester
(for specific books).
3. Requirements of Books Borrowed:

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a. Maximum 3 titles of books for students and public, for faculty (lecturers) are
maximum 4 titles of books.
b. Books which are borrowed must be in different titles.
c. Books which are reference books can be read only in the library.
4. Working Time and Services.
a. Monaday to Friday : 08:00 to 19:30 and to 21:00
b. Saturday :08:00 to 14:00

12.3 LABORATORY
STEI Tazkia provides computer labs, mini bank, and stock exchange’s corner.

12.3.1 RULES OF COMPUTER LABORATORY


1. Those who are entitled to use the Computer Laboratory is active students of STEI
Tazkia.
2. Lab users are required to wear neat and polite closhes.
3. Use ”user id” of each student’s own/ Each student must only log onto their own
user account.
4. Use computer laboratory facilities in accordance with the practicum time/
schedule that has been fixed.
5. Preserve and maintain the existing facilities in the laboratory.
6. For those student who are not active are forbidden to enter computer laboratory.
7. Lab users must not use ”user id” of other student.
8. Lab users must not use the computer to play games , chat, and listening music.
9. Lab users are prohibited to have a date with the opposite gender who is not
mahram.
10. Lab users are prohibited from destroying the facilities in the laboratory.
11. Lab users are not allowed to bring food/snack or drink into the computer lab (no
food,snack, or drink is allowed for the lab users in computer lab).
12. Laboratory users must not disrupt or harrass other users in the lab.
13. The mini bank laboratory may be used during the schedule of mini bank major
study.
14. The uses of stock exchange’s corner for learning or invesment must have
permission from the manager of exchange’s corner under the head of Islamic
Business and Management Program.

12.3. 2 PENALTY
1. Violation of the point 2,6,8,9,11 and 12: The head of laboratory or the assistant or
the lecturer may remove the violaters from the computer lab.
2. Violation of the point 10: The head of laboratory or the assistant or the lecturer
may submit to the vice chairman I (Academic affairs) in order the violaters get the
academic sanctions and replace the broken items .
3. Until the penalties are met, violators may not use laboratorium facilities.

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CHAPTER XIII
Disciplanary Guidelines
SECTION I
LEGAL REQUIREMENT

Article 1
Within STEI Tazkia’s students’ code of ethics:
a. A code of ethics regulates the appearance, dress, language, behavior and attitude of
STEI Tazkia’s students.
b. STEI Tazkia students are community members that are registered as students and are
following the education process in STEI Tazkia.
c. The Head of STEI Tazkia is the highest authority assisted by the Head of Academic and
Student Affairs and also the Deputy Head of Human Resources, Administration,
Student Affairs and Alumni.
d. A violation of Code of Ethics is every display, attire, language, behavior or attitude that
are nonconforming with the STEI Tazkia student Code of Ethics that are immediately
found, or found after receiving reports from any member of STEI Tazkia or the
community.
e. The Disciplinary Committee (KOMDIS) is a committee that has been authorized by the
Head of STEI Tazkia to use disciplinary measures in dealing with any violations of any
code of ethics.
f. An investigation is the process of looking for evidence, explanation and information on
whether or not any STEI Tazkia student code of ethics had been violated.
g. A disciplinary action are measures taken upon a student of STEI Tazkia brought by the
Disciplinary Committee authorized by the Head of STEI Tazkia.
h. A sanction are consequences so that the code of ethics are followed and or as a legal
action on violations perpetrated by the students.
i. A defense is a student’s attempt to put forth explanations and or lighter sanctions and
or a release from the sanctions, because he was indicated as violating the code of
ethics.
j. An objection is a student’s last attempt in facing the sanction sentenced by the STEI
Tazkia Senate.
k. Rehabilitation is a restoration of a student’s good name (reputation) that had been
accused of violating a code of ethics or sentenced, but in his defense it was proven he
was not found guilty or to have violated.

SECTION II
PURPOSE AND AIM

Article 2
The purpose of the code of ethics for the students of STEI Tazkia are:
a. To uphold and hold in high esteem Islamic Sharia
b. To engraft admirable morals in students’ way of life.

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c. To provide a basis and guideline for students’ behavior, language and attitude whilst
studying in STEI Tazkia.
Article 3
The aim of the code of ethics for the students of STEI Tazkia are:
a. The creation of a conducive education process in STEI Tazkia.
b. To maintain the standard and dignity of STEI Tazkia as an Islamic Higher Education
c. To shape STEI Tazkia graduates as an Islamic scholar with admirable morals.

SECTION III
DISCIPLINARY ACTIONS AND SANCTIONS

Article 4
The disciplinary action for a violation of the code of ethics are as follows:
a. Warning
1. Verbal
2. Written
b. Parent or guardian are informed.
c. Penalized in accordance with Article 5 and forwarded to parent or guardian.

Article 5
The sanctions that may be applied are as follows:
a. An advice and direction
b. Memorize and deposit Quran recitation
c. Submit a paper on the violation
d. A public declaration not to repeat the violation.
e. A cancellation of scoring component of a subject.
f. To pay entirely or partly any materialistic damages resulted from the violation.
g. Scholarship cancellation or reduction
h. Academic suspension.
i. May not participate in any of the exams.
j. Requested to resign as a student.
k. Dishonorable discharged from STEI Tazkia.
l. Reported and handed to the authorities.

SECTION IV
DISCIPLINARY ACTION REALIZATION

Article 6
Attire
The attire for classes, official events, work for staff and students of STEI Tazkia are as
follows:
a. Wear neat and polite attire also T-shirt, torn trousers and shirts are not permitted.

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b. Male students must have proper grooming. Long or dyed hair, wearing female
accessories such as necklaces, earrings, piercings and rings are not permitted.
c. The display of political party or certain group attributes are not permitted.
d. Jeans attire are not permitted in classes or other formal activities.
e. Female students are required to wear proper Islamic clothing also the use trousers are
not allowed.
f. For official events, such as: examinations, seminars, workshop, education trips, etc. the
use of official attire and alma mater jackets are required.
g. The complete illustration of attire and appearance is visualized in the attachment.

Article 7
Attire violation sanction
Students who have violated on what has been stated in Article 6 are liable to face sanctions
as follows:
1. Not permitted to follow classes nor official events.
2. If he/she persists on wearing such attire, then he/she will be deemed as absent in
the academic attendance list.

SECTION V
CATEGORIES OF VIOLATION

Article 8
Any action mentioned below by STEI Tazkia students either in or out of campus will not be
tolerated.
a. Foul language.
b. Disturbing the peace and public order.
c. Conducting academic or non-academic activity in groups or en masse which mixes the
male and female students without a coach.
d. Smoking.
e. Cheating or attempted in cheating during exams, or handing over cheats to other
students.
f. Fighting.
g. Threatening a lecturer or anyone else after receiving an advice and direction.
h. Damage property
i. Any forms of gambling or activities that has a strong indication of gambling.
j. To carry and use a weapon with the purpose of hurting others.
k. To commit fraud and or falsifying anything to one’s advantage, such as signature
forgery, scoring, plagiarism and others.
l. To have an appearance as the opposite sex.
m. Close proximity with the opposing sex or dating.
n. Carry or use an explosive device.
o. To commit theft and or any action indicating thievery.
p. Possess, carry, store, distribute, sell or use drugs either for self or others. Except for
medical use.

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q. To commit adultery or any action indicating adultery.


r. To commit murder or any action indicating murder.
s. Possess, carry, to own, control, use, and sell pornographic material.
t. Directly or indirectly involved in activities that leads to anarchy such as brawl,
terrorism, deviant sects that is referred by MUI or stated by the government.
u. Perpetrate criminal activities.

SECTION VI
FORMS OF SANCTIONS

Article 9
Sanctions on Violations
Violation on Article 8 will be sanctioned on the level of violation perpetrated, which will be
regulated in detail in the next articles.

Article 10
Violation of Article 8 letter a shall be punished according to Article 5 letter a and 3 points
will be deducted.
Article 11
Violation of Article 8 letter b shall be punished according to Article 5 letter a until h and 4-
20 points will be deducted.
Article 12
Violation of Article 8 letter c shall be punished according to Article 5 letter a and b and 3
points will be deducted.
Article 13
Violation of Article 8 letter d shall be punished according to Article 5 letter a until d and g
and 5 points will be deducted.

Article 14
Violation of Article 8 letter e shall be punished according to Article 5 letter a and e and 10
points will be deducted.

Article 15
Violation of Article 8 letter f shall be punished according to Article 5 letter a and h for as
long as a maximum of 1 semester.

Article 16
Violation of Article 8 letter g shall be punished according to Article 5 letter a and h for as
long as a maximum of 1 semester.

Article 17
Violation of Article 8 letter h shall be punished according to Article 5 letter a and f and 15
points shall be deducted.

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Article 18
a. Violations on any forms of gambling in Article 8 letter l shall be punished according to
Article letter a and h for as long as a maximum of 1 semester.
b. Violations on any act that has a strong indication of gambling in Article 8 letter l shall
be punished according to Article 5 letter a.

Article 19
Violations of Article 8 letter j shall be punished according to Article 5 letter a and h for as
long as a maximum of 1 semester.

Article 20
Violations of Article 8 letter k shall be punished according to Article 5 letter a and e and 10
points will be deducted.

Article 21
Violations of Article 8 letter l shall be punished according to Article 5 letter a, b, d, g and h
and 10 points will be deducted.

Article 22
Violations of Article 8 letter m shall be punished according to Article 5 letter a, b, d, g and h
and 40 points will be deducted.

Article 23
Violations of Article 8 letter n shall be punished according to Article 5 letter a, g and h for
as long as a maximum 2 semesters.

Article 24
Theft
a. Violation of thievery in Article 8 letter o shall be punished according to Article 5 letter
a, d, f, g, h, l and j and 50 points will be deducted.
b. Violation of any act that strongly indicates thievery in Article 8 letter o shall be
subjected to a disciplinary action according to Article 5 letter a.

Article 25
Violation of Article 8 letter p shall be punished according to Article 5 letter a and j and 100
points will be deduced.

Article 26
a. Violations of Article 8 letter q on adultery, shall be punished according to Article 5
letter and j and 100 points will be deducted.
b. Violations of Article 8 letter q on any acts that strongly indicates committing adultery,
shall be punished according to Article 5 letter a and l and 100 points will be deducted.

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Article 27
a. Violations of Article 8 letter s shall be subjected to disciplinary action according to
Article 4 letter a, Article 5 letter h and I and 100 points will be deducted.
b. Violations of any acts that strongly indicates murder in Article 8 letter r shall be
subjected to a disciplinary action according to Article 4 letter a in the form of 3rd
warning letter.

Article 28
Violations of Article 8 letter s shall be subjected to a disciplinary action according to
Article 4 letter a, Article 5 letter h, l and 100 points will be deducted.

Article 29
Violations of Article 8 letter t shall be subjected to a disciplinary action according to Article
4 letter a.
Article 30
Violations of Article 8 letter u shall be reported and handed over to the authorities.

Article 31
The accumulation of 50 points shall be subjected to a disciplinary action which prohibits
the participation of midterm or final examinations.

SECTION VII
STAGES of DISCIPLANARY COMMITTEE HEARING

Article 32
The sentencing on students that are accused of violating the code of ethics must go
through the following stages:
1. An investigation on the pertinent student after all the evidence or corroborative
witnesses have been gathered
2. Investigate the proposed evidence or witnesses.
3. A sentencing based on stage 1 and 2.
4. Sentencing is carried out by KOMDIS in accordance with the type and level of violation
perpetrated.
5. If a mistake in sentencing had been made by KOMDIS, then a rehabilitation of the
student’s name must be given.
6. Witnesses’ names and identity shall not be disclosed in fear of their safety.

SECTION VIII
RESISTANCE OF DISCIPLINARY ACTION AND SANCTION

Article 33
1. If the first call in the first stage of disciplinary action or sentencing is not answered
then a second letter (call) will be sent.
2. If the second call still hasn’t been answered, then the next step of action will be done
according to Section III Article 4 and 5.

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3. If the sanction has not been completed as sentenced in at least 7 working days then the
next set of sanction will be carried out.

SECTION IX
REVIEW

Article 34
A sentence issued by KOMDIS is final and binds all STEI Tazkia students. A review of a
sentence can only be carried out by the Senate of STEI Tazkia

SECTION X
CONCLUSION

Article 35
Matters not yet regulated by the code of ethics shall be regulated in the matriculation
regulations or determined by STEI Tazkia KOMDIS

Stipulated in Sentul
On August 2012

Abdul Mughni LC, MHI


Head of KOMDIS

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APPENDIX

COURSE DESCRIPTION
DEPARTMENT: ISLAMIC ACCOUNTING
Code : ACC2802
Name : ACCOUNTING INFORMATION SYSTEMS
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : Introduction to Accounting II
Course Description:
This course is designed to discuss main topics relating to the role and functions of
accounting information systems in business world. The topic covers system definition,
accounting systems and accounting information systems, documentation of accounting
information systems, model of process of AIS, internal control of AIS using technological
based, main accounting cycle and relating accounting cycles.
Prescribed Texts:
1. Marshal B. Romney and Paul john Steinbart, 2009.Accounting Informations Systems, 7th
Pearson Educations (RS)
2. Mulyadi, 2001, Sistem Akuntansi, Edisi Ketiga, Penerbit Salemba Empat, BAB 3, 4, dan 5
(M)

Code : ACC2103
Name : FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING I
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : Introduction to Accounting II
Course Description:
This subject is designed as a continuance of Introduction to Accounting. It will enhance the
understanding of accounting concepts and practices. The materials discussed in this
subject begin with accounting standards and financial accounting framework. Besides, it
also covers two important elements of financial statements, i.e. balance sheet and income
statement. However, the balance sheet accounts are explained in more details.
Prescribed Texts:
1. Kieso, Donald E. Jerry J. Weygandt. Terry D. Warfield. 2008. Intermediate Accounting.
12th Edition. John Wiley & Sons, Inc (KWW)
2. IAI, 2007. Standar Akuntansi Keuangan, Ikatan Akuntan Indonesia (PSAK)
3. Eipstein, Barry J. Eva K. Jermakovicz. 2008. IFRS; Interpretation and Application of
International Financial Reporting Standards. John Wiley & Sons, Inc (EJ)

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Code : ACC 2201


Name : COST ACCOUNTING
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : Introduction to Accounting II
Course Description:
This course comprehensively covers the principles, techniques and methods involved in
cost accounting. It covers three main areas: cost ascertainment, cost analysis and cost
control, and managerial decision-making. On completion of the course, students should be
able to: explain the role of cost accounting within the organization, use various
classifications to analyse costs within the organization, describe and apply the principles
relating to the costing of different resource inputs into a business, describe and apply the
principles relating to output costing methods appropriate to a variety of different
businesses.
Prescribed Texts:
1. Hilton, R.W.(2005) , Managerial Accounting: Creating Value in a Dynamic Business
Environment, 6th.ed. Mc Graw-Hill.
2. Drury, C, Costing An Introduction, 4th ed., International Thompson Business Press,
1998.
3. Lucey, T., Costing, 5th ed., DP Publications, 1996.
4. Horngren, C.T., Foster, G., and Datar, S., Cost Accounting: A Managerial Emphasis,
11th ed. Prentice Hall International, 2003.
5. Garrison R.H & Noreen. E.W., Managerial Accounting, 10th ed., Mc Graw-Hill, 2003.
6. Weygandt, Kieso and Kimmel., Managerial Accounting : Tools for Business Decision
Making, 2nd ed.,John Wiley & Sons, 2002.

Code : ACC3202
Name : MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : Cost Accounting
Course Description:
The development of information technology has a dramatic impact on management
accounting. Therefore, this subject discusses management accounting in dynamic business
world. Management account as part of management team should be able to provide
information for managers to help them in making decisions. The decisions made by
managers are not only technical but mainly strategic. Management accountants are forced
to have new paradigm of business in order to gain competitive advantage. As part of
Islamization of knowledge, this course is inserted Islamic values such as Islamic business
ethics and Islamic finance in investment.
Prescribed Texts:
1. Garrison & Noreen (2000) , Management Accounting: Concept for Planning, Control and
Decision Making, Ninth Edition, MC-.Graw-Hill.
2. Hansen Don R and Maryanne M. Mowen (2005), Management Accounting. Cincinnati:
South- Western College Publishing Co.
3. Nurul Huda dan M Edwin. (2007) Investasi pada Pasar Modal Syaria. Prenada Media

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Group
4. Sahael Jafer. (2004). Islamic Asset Management. Euromoney.
5. Fatma Laela. 2006. Management Accounting (Teaching Materials).
Code : ACC 3403
Name : PUBLIC SECTOR ACCOUNTING
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : None
Course Description:
This course is specially designed to acknowledge student of public sector accounting. This
is to prepare the students to know the characteristics of public sector organization, state
and local government accounting system, not for profit accounting, fund accounting and
commitment accounting. With some theoretical approach and practical assignments, the
students are expected to improve their ability related to public sector accounting by end of
the semester.
Prescribed Texts:
1. Public Sector Accounting, Jones Rowan, Pendlebury, Maurice, 5th edition, 2000,
Prentice Hall
2. Akuntansi Sector publik, Deddi, Noordiawan, 2006. Penerbit Salemba Empat
3. Sistem Akuntansi Sektor Publik, Bastian, Indra, Edisi 2, 2006, Penerbit Salemba Empat
4. Akuntansi Sector publik, Mahsun, Muhammad, Sulistyowati, Firma, Andre
Puranugraha, Heribertus, Edisi Pertama, 2006, BPFE
5. Akuntansi Sector publik, Mardiasmo, 2005, Penerbit Andi
6. Standar Akuntansi Pemerintahan, Peraturan Pemerintah RI Nomor 24 Tahun 2005
7. Akuntansi Sector publik, Meliala, Tulis S., Silitonga, Niki, Sinaga, Timbul, Edisi 2, 2007,
Semesta Media
8. Akuntansi Pemerintahan, Noordiawati, Deddi, Putra, Iswahyudi Sondi, Rahmawati,
Maulidah, 2007, penerbit Salemba Empat
9. Pernyataan Standar Akuntansi Keuangan tahun 2004
10. Akuntansi Keuangan Daerah, Halim, Abdul, Edisi 3, 2007, Penerbit Salemba Empat
11. Audit Sektor Publik, Bastian, Indra, Edisi 2, 2007, Penerbit Salemba Empat
12. Non for Profit Accounting, Made Easy, Ruppel, Warren, 2002, John Wiley & Sons Inc.
13. Akuntansi Pendidikan, Bastian, Indra, 2006, penerbit Erlangga
14. Pedoman Akuntansi Rumah Sakit Non Pemerintah, Perhimpunan Rumah Sakit Seluruh
Indonesia (Persi)

Code : ACC3104
Name : FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING II
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : Introduction to Accounting II
Course Description:
This course is a continuance of Financial Accounting I. It is prepared to enhance more
perspective on the information provided by financial reporting. In this course, the
materials discussed are focused in Liabilities and Equity section of the balance sheet. It
also explains accounting concepts of revenue recognition and disclosure of financial

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statements. Accounting for leasing, reporting accounting changes and error analysis are
explained.
Prescribed Texts:
1. Kieso, Donald E. Jerry J. Weygandt. Terry D. Warfield. 2008. Intermediate Accounting.
12th Edition. John Wiley & Sons, Inc (KWW)
2. IAI, 2007. Standar Akuntansi Keuangan, Ikatan Akuntan Indonesia (PSAK)
3. Eipstein, Barry J. Eva K. Jermakovicz. 2008. IFRS; Interpretation and Application of
International Financial Reporting Standards. John Wiley & Sons, Inc (EJ)

Code : ACC 4904


Name : ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING (ERP)
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : Accounting Information Systems
Course Description:
This course is designed to teach students the application of network based AIS using
Business software application. The focus of this application is Enterprise Resource
Planning under Oracle International.
Prescribed Texts:
Oracle modules

Code : ACC3501
Name : ACCOUNTING FOR ISLAMIC FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : Introduction to Accounting II
Course Description:
This course provides an overview of accounting frame work, standards, and practices of
Islamic banks, financial institutions and financing instruments. The accounting treatments
and disclosures of various Islamic financing activities are explained. Issues on financial
control for Islamic banks are also addressed and the importance of auditing, the role of
shariah supervisory board and shariah review are presented. This course also discuses
zakah for Islamic banks.
Prescribed Texts:
1. AAOIFI.2008.Accounting, Auditing and Governance standards for Islamic Financial
Institutions. Manama Bahrain.
2. Sofyan S Harahap. 2005. Akuntansi Perbankan Syariah. Universitas Trisakti (S)
3. Standar Akuntansi Keuangan. 2009
4. PSAK Syariah. 2012
5. Rizal Yahya dkk. 2011. Akuntansi Perbankan Syariah: Teori dan Praktik Kontemporer. PT
Salemba Empat.

Code : ACC 2401


Name : TAXATION
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : None

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Course Description:
This course is specially designed to acknowledge student of taxation. This is to prepare the
students to know the introduction of tax law, general regulation of taxation (KUP), income
tax regulation (PPh). With some theoretical approach and practical assignments, the
students are expected to improve their ability related to taxation by end of the semester.
Students are also introduced taxation from Syariah perspective.
Prescribed Texts:
1. Gus Fahmi. 2008. Pajak Menurut Perspektif Syariah. Penerbit. (GF)
2. Suandi, Erly., Hukum Pajak., Edisi 3., 2006., Penerbit Salemba Empat (SE)
3. Undang – Undang No. 36 Tahun 2009 Tentang Pajak Penghasilan (UU.19)
4. Undang-Undang Nomor 18 Tahun 2008 Tentang KUP (UU.18)

Code : ACC 3601


Name : ZAKAH ACCOUNTING
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : Fiqh Zakah
Course Description:
The aim of this course is to provide a picture of accounting in the international level. The
development of information technology has made the accounting practices more complex.
It has also created accounting problems which occur more frequent. The main topics
discussed in this course are accounting standards and accounting practices which are
different among countries which lead to the need of a comprehensive understanding in the
process of decisions making.
Prescribed Texts:
1. Syahatah, H. 2004. Akuntansi Zakat:Panduan Praktis Perhitungan Zakat Kontemporer.
Trans. A.Syakur. At-Tathbiq Al-Mu’ashir li Az-Zakat: Kaifa Tahsib Zakat Malik. Pustaka
Progressif. Jakarta: Indonesia. (Sya)
2. Qaradhawi, Y. 2006. Hukum Zakah. Litera Antar Nusa: Jakarta (Qrd)
3. Widodo, Hertanto, Teten Kustiawan. 2001. Akuntansi & Management Keuangan untuk
Organisasi Pegelola Zakat. IMZ: Jakarta (Wid)
4. Mufraini, M Arif. 2006. Akuntansi & Manajemen Zakat; Mengkomunikasikan Kesadaran
dan Membangun Jaringan. Kencana Prenada Media: Jakarta (Muf)
5. PSAK 109, Akuntansi Zakat

Code : ACC 3802


Name : ACCOUNTING LAB
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : Intrduction to Accounting II
Course Description:
This course is designed to provide practical skills in operating accounting software MYOB
Premier 17. The development of information technology and communication has
encouraged companies to optimize software utilization in order to provide financial
information quickly and accurately. As a result, students should not only understand the
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Prescribed Texts:
Ali Mahmudi,2001. MYOB Accounting Premier 17. Pt Elex Media Komputindo (AM)

Code : ACC3105
Name : ACCOUNTING THEORY
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : Financial Accounting II
Course Description:
Theory can be described simply as the logical reasoning underlying a statement of belief.
Whether the theory is accepted depends upon how well it explains and predicts reality.
Thus, it is important to keep in mind that accounting theory is not divorced from reality.
Accounting theory is needed in order to create consistency in practice. This theory justifies
current practices. The focus of this course is about current value accounting as the better
measurement. An introduction of Islamic accounting theory is also discussed.
Prescribed Texts:
1. Ahmed Riahi – Belkaoui,Accounting Theory, Business Press. Fifth Edition. 2004.
2. IAI. Standar Akuntansi Keuangan. Per Juli 2009.
3. AAOFI. 2011
4. William Scott. 2012. Financial Accounting Theory. Pearson.
5. Abdul Rahim Abdul Rahman. 2010. Islamic accounting theory: An introduction. CET
Malaysia.

Code : ACC3202
Name : ADVANCED FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : Financial Accounting II
Course Description:
This course is continuance of intermediate financial accounting 1 & 2. The materials
discussed in this course specially deal with large organizations. It covers Partnership,
business combination, consolidated financial statement, Stock Investments-Investor
Accounting and Reporting, inter-companies transactions in inventories, plant assets and
bonds. It also explains changes in the level of subsidiary ownership and several
consolidation-related topics. To enrich knowledge of accounting, students are introduced
to alternative consolidation theories, push-down accounting and corporate joint ventures.
Prescribed Texts:
1. Beams, Floyd A. Joseph H. Antony, Robin P. Clement, Suzanne H. Lowensohn. 2005.
Advanced Accounting .9th Edition
2. Ikatan Akuntansi Indonesia. 2009. Standar Akuntansi Keuangan

Code : ACC 3301


Name : AUDITING I
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points

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Prerequisite : Financial Accounting II


Course Description:
This course is designed to integrate accounting practices which have been studied with
auditing standards and auditing procedures. The focus of this course is the concepts and
techniques of auditing.
Prescribed Texts:
1. Boynton, Johnson, dan Kell, 2001, Modern Auditing, John Willey & Sons, inc. 7th edition
2. Accounting and Auditing Standards For Islamic Financial Institutions (AAOIFI). 2011
3. Standar Profesional Akuntan Publik, Ikatan Akuntan Indonesia. 2009

Code : ACC 4108


Name : ISLAMIC ACCOUNTING
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : Accounting Theory
Course Description:
This course gives a new insight for students of accounting. In Islam, a noble civilization
will emerge from the crystallization of the sciencethat is based on the revealed knowledge.
Accounting can not be separated from Islam as a way of life. This subject explainsa
comprehensive framework, starting from Islamic as a way of life and Islamization of
knowledge, accounting position in the Qur'an and Sunnah, how accounting practices
during salafus saleh, critiquestoward conventional accounting and the Islamic accounting
methods of development. This subject alsodiscusses about the accounting practices in
Islam businesses.
Prescribed Texts:
1. AAOIFI, 1998, Accounting and Auditing Standard for Islamic Financial Institution,
Manama, Bahrain
2. Abdul Ghoni dan Erni Arianty, 2007, Akuntansi Asuransi Syariah antara Teori dan
Praktik, Jakarta : Insco Solusi.
3. Ahmed Riahi Belkaoui, 2000, Teori Akuntansi, Jilid I, Jakarta : Salemba Empat
4. Al-Attas, S.M.Naquib, 1995, Prolegomena to The Metaphysics of Islam, An Exposition of
The Fundamental Elements of The Worldview of Islam).
5. Hertanto Widodo dan Teten Kustiawan, 1999, Akuntansi dan Manajemen Keuangan
untuk Lembaga Pengelola Zakat, Jakarta : Institut Manajemen Zakat.
6. IAI, 2OO7, Standar Akuntansi Keuangan
7. Eldon S. Hendrikson & Michael F. Van Breda; 2000, Teori Akunting, Jakarta :
Intermasa.
8. Iwan Triyuwono, 2001, Organisasi dan Akuntansi Syariah, Yogyakarta : LkiS
9. --------, 2003, Teori Ekuitas, Jakarta : Salemba Empat
10. --------, 2006, Perspektif, Metodologi dan Teori Akuntansi Syariah, Jakarta : Rajawali
Press
11. Isma’il Raji’ Al-Faruqi, 1995, Islamisasi Ilmu Pengetahun, Bandung : Pustaka
12. Jurnal ISLAMIA, “Epistemologi Islam & Problem Pemikiran Muslim Kontemporer”,
Tahun II No. 5, April – Juni 2005
13. Mohammad R. Taheri, ”The Basic Principles of Islamic Economy and Their Effects on

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14. Muhammad, 2002, Pengantar Akuntansi Syariah, Jakarta : Salemba Empat
15. -----------, 2000, Prinsip-prinsip Akuntansi dalam Al-Quran, Yogyakarta : UII Press
16. Muhammad Ahyar Adnan, 2005, Akuntansi Syariah, Arah, Prospek dan Tantangannya,
Yogyakarta : UII Press
17. Muh. As’udi, dan Iwan Triyuwono, 2001, Akuntansi Syariah: Pengukuran Laba dengan
Menggunakan Metafora Zakat, Jakarta : Salemba Empa.t
18. Muhamad Syakir Sula, 2004, Asuransi Syariah (Life dan General), Jakarta : Gema Insani
19. Muhammad Ridwan, 2005, Manajemen Baitul Maal Wa Tamwil, Yogyakarta : UII Press
20. ---------, 2006, Sistem dan Prosedur Pendirian Baitul Mal wat Tamwil (BMT),
Yogyakarta : Citra Media
21. Muhammad Syafii Antonio, 2001, Bank Syariah dari Teori ke Praktek, Jakarta : Gema
Insani Press.
22. Omar Abdullah Zaid, 2004, Akuntansi Syariah, Jakarta LPFE Trisakti
23. PSAK No. 109 tenatang Akuntansi Lembaga Amil Zakat
24. PSAK No. 111 tentang Asuransi Syariah
25. Sofyan Syafri Harahap, 2004, Menuju Perumusan Teori Akuntansi Islam, Jakarta :
Quantum
26. --------, dkk. 2006, Akuntansi Perbankan Syariah, Jakarta : LPFE Trisakti.
27. Widodo, Hertanto, 1999, “ PAS (Pedoman Akuntansi Syariah) : Pedoman Praktis
Operasional Baitul Maal wat Tamwil (BMT)”, Bandung : MIZAN
28. Keputusan Menteri Negara Koperasi Dan Usaha Kecil Dan Menengah Republik
Indonesia Nomor : 91/Kep/M.Kukm/Ix/2004 Tentang Petunjuk Pelaksanaan
Kegiatan Usaha Koperasi Jasa Keuangan Syariah
29. Zainul Arifin, 2002, Dasar-dasar Manajemen Bank Syariah, Jakarta : Alvabet.
30. UU No. 38 Tahun 1999 tentang Lembaga Pengelolaan Zakat
31. Syamsul Rijal Hamid, 2001, Fatwa-fatwa Raulullah Seputar Masalah Transaksi, Jakarta
: Cahaya Islam

Code : ACC3806
Name : ORACLE 1
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : Enterprise Resource Planning
Course Description:
This course is continuance of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) focusing on Generale
Ledger (GL) module of ERP. The lecture will be held on computer lab for the whole
semester using ERP software under Oracle license.
Prescribed Texts:
1. Soft file of GL Module

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Code : ACC3806
Name : AUDITING II
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : Auditing I
Course Description:
This Auditing II course is designed to broaden the auditing concepts, standards and
techniques along with some application forms of a company. This course will explain some
matters related to auditing such as assurance services, internal and governmental auditing
Prescribed Texts:
1. Modern Auditing, Boynton, Johnson dan Kell, 2000, John Willey & Sons, inc. 7th edition
2. Accounting and Auditing Standards For Islamic Financial Institutions (AAOIFI)
3. Standar Profesional Akuntan Publik, Ikatan Akuntan IndonesiaAuditing dalam
perspektif Islam, Sofyan Syafri Harahap, Pustaka Quantum Jakarta

Code : ACC 4702


Name : RESEARCH METHODS IN ACCOUNTING
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : Passed 111 sks
Course Description:
This course discusses and explains theories, procedures and techniques that relate to
steps in scientific research. Learning how to research is a lot like learning how to swim.
One does not become an expert swimmer by listening to others lecture or even by
watching others swim. Rather, one has to thrown in the pool (hopefully first at the narrow
end). The course therefore is intended to provide students the ability to conduct research
especially in accounting area. The final result of this course is then a research proposal.
Prescribed Texts:
1. Sekaran. Business Research Method. 2009
2. W Cooper, Business Research Method. 2011
3. Evan, D. 1995. How to Write and better thesis or report. Melbourne. University Press
4. Ascarya’s power point presentation on quantitative method. 2009.
5. Suliyanto’ power poin presentation on research methodology (Unsud). 2008.
6. Monash University ‘s handout of Research Methods (Australia). 2000.

Code : ACC4109
Name : SEMINAR OF FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : Accounting Theory, Auditing I
Course Description:
This course is designed to enhance the student's understanding of the practice of financial
accounting. The approach of this course is using the local or international current journals
of financial accounting. The lecture will be in the form of student presentation. The central
topics of this course are financial accounting and auditing field, including issues on
accounting standard.
Prescribed Texts:

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1. AAOIFI, 2012
2. Indonesian Accounting Standard (PSAK). 2012
3. Indonesia Islamic Accounting Standard (PSAK Syariah). 2012
4. Auditing Standard (SPAP). 2010.
5. Papers published in the top tiers of International journals

Code : ACC4403
Name : EDP AUDITING
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : Auditing I
Course Description:
This course is designed to rise student critical gesture in observing the problem related to
the impact of information technology to auditing. Therefore learning source will be taken
from the published articles, besides of course auditing information system books. Beside
literature theory, the students also will study one of popular software of information
system auditing, Auditing Command Language (ACL)
Prescribed Texts:
1. Hall, A. James and Singleton, Tommie, Information Technology Auditing and
Assurance, 2ndedition., Thompson Learning, 2005.
2. Hunton, E. James, Core Concept of Information Technology Auditing, 1sted., John
Wiley & Sons, 2004
3. Weber, Ron, Information System Control & Audit, First ed., Prentice Hall, New
Jersey, 1999.
4. Camplain, Jack J, Auditing Information Systems, Second ed., John Wiley & Sons, 2003
5. Haryono ,handout ACL, 2006

Code : ACC 4305


Name : FORENSIC AUDITING
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : Auditing I
Course Description:
This course provides students with an understanding of Forensic Accounting. It does This,
firstly, by explaining what forensic accounting is. Secondly, it recognizes the two broad
categories of forensic accounting (namely Investigative Accounting and Litigation
Support) and examines these categories in detail. This module provides students with a
knowledge of the role of forensic accountants and the work that they carry out; including
an understanding of, and ability to deal with accounting technicalities and other
considerations underlying the financial calculations that they perform.
Prescribed Texts:
1. Brennan, N. & Hennessey, J., Forensic Accounting (Round Hall Sweet &
Maxwell, Dublin, 2001)
2. Theodorus Tuanakotta. 2007. Akuntansi Forensik dan Audit Investigatif .

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Code : ACC4405
Name : INTERNAL AUDITING
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : Auditing I
Course Description:
This course is specially designed to acknowledge student of internal audit functions. This is to
prepare the students to know of conceptual of internal audit, Internal control systems, Internal
audit process, How to develop finding and how to make recommendations for management.
This course has theoretical approach and practical assignment, that expected student be able to
develop internal audit functions with good understanding for Internal auditing standards.
Prescribed Texts:
1. Richard L. Ratliff et. al, 1996 Internal Auditing Principle and Techniques, Florida; The
Institute of Internal Auditors . (RR)
2. Kurt F Reading et al. Internal auditing : Assurance and Consulting services. 2007. The
Institute of Internal Auditors, Florida (KR)
3. Lawrence B. Sawyer and Mortimer A. Dittenhofer,2003, Sawyer’s Internal Auditing,4th
edition the Institute of Internal auditors (SM)

Code : ACC4208
Name : BEST PRACTICES IN ACCOUNTING
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : Management Accounting
Course Description:
This course is designed to improve students' understanding of management accounting
practices. This course discusses the more cases that occur in the company related to
management accounting practices. The lecture will be delivered using combination of
presentation and case study methods. Research on management accounting including strategic
management accounting such as balanced scorecard, canvas business model creation, strategic
pricing will be discussed.
Prescribed Texts:
1. J. K. Shank and V. Govindarajan. 2010. Strategic cost management. The Free Press
2. Kaplan and Atkinson. 2010. Advanced Management Accounting. Prentice Hall.
3. Papers published in the top tier management accounting journals such as
“Management Accounting Research”, “International Journal of Managerial and Financial
Accounting”

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Code : ACC4809
Name : KNOWLEDE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : Introduction to Computer Application
Course Description:
Knowledge Management System is a one-semester course that will introduce the students
to knowledge management concepts and methodologies which includes knowledge
creation, knowledge architecture, and knowledge codification. The knowledge
management tools and knowledge portals as well as the notions of knowledge transfer in
the E-world are also discussed.
Prescribed Texts:
1. Elias M. Awad and Hassan M. Ghaziri.2004. Knowledge Management. Pearson
Education Inc., Prentice Hall.
2. Dalkir, Kimiz. 2005. Knowledge Management in Theory and Practice. Elsevier
Butterworth-Heinemann.

Code : ACC4810
Name : DATA MINING
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : Introduction to Computer Application
Course Description:
Data Mining is a one-semester course that will introduce the students to Data Mining
methods, from theory to practice, and the relevance to accounting area. The students
should also learn data mining applications such as Microsoft Office Excel, WEKA, and
others software.Data Mining studies algorithms and computational paradigms that allow
computers to find patterns and regularities in databases, perform prediction and
forecasting, and generally improve their performance through interaction with data. It is
currently regarded as the key element of a more general process called Knowledge
Discovery that deals with extracting useful knowledge from raw data. The knowledge
discovery process includes data selection, cleaning, coding, using different statistical and
machine learning techniques, and visualization of the generated structures. The course
will cover all these issues and will illustrate the whole process by examples. Special
emphasis will be give to the Machine Learning methods as they provide the real
knowledge discovery tools. Important related technologies, as data warehousing and on-
line analytical processing (OLAP) will be also discussed. The students will use recent Data
Mining software.
Prescribed Texts:
1. Ian H. Witten and Eibe Frank, Data Mining: Practical Machine Learning Tools and
Techniques (Second Edition), Morgan Kaufmann, 2005, ISBN: 0-12-088407-0.
2. Data Mining System with Free Open Source Machine Learning Software in
Java. Available at http://www.cs.waikato.ac.nz/~ml/weka/index.html

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Code : ACC4807
Name : ORACLE 2
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : Oracle 1
Course Description:
Oracle 2 is a one-semester course as a further to Oracle 1that will introduce the students
to practice the payables module of Oracle Financial Application. The teaching materials
will be focused on Account Payable (AP) and Account Receivable (AR) modules. The
lecture will be held on computer lab for the whole semester using ERP software under
Oracle license
Prescribed Texts:
Module on AP and AR under Oracle license

Code : ACC 4902


Name : APPLIED DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : Information Technology and Management Information System
Course Description:
This course aims to explore the practice of developing database applications, the theory
behind relational database systems, and the technologies used to implement database
management systems.

Code : ACC 4903


Name : DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEMS
Credit Points : 2 Credit Points
Prerequisite : Information Technology and Management Information System
Course Description:
This course aims to explore the practice of developing DSS into practicing professionals
who understand what DSS are about and how to construct systems that meet decision
makers’ support needs.
Prescribed Texts:
1. Efraim, T. and J. Aronson., 2001, Decision Support System and Intelligent Systems, 6 th Ed.,
Prentice-Hall, International, Inc.. (DSS&IS)
2. Mallach, 2000, Decision Support & Data Warehouse System, McGraw Hill. (DSDS)
3. Thomas Connoly – Carolyn Begg. 2005. Database Systems (A Practical Approach to
Design, Implementation, and Management. 4th Edition. Addison Wesley. (TC) Thomas
Connoly – Carolyn Begg. 2005. Database Systems (A Practical Approach to Design,
Implementation, and Management. 4th Edition. Addison Wesley. (TC)

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Code : ACC2502
Name : ACCOUNTING FOR SHARIA BANKING I
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : None
Course Description:
This course is designed specifically for students with specialization in Islamic banking
information systems. This course will discuss the Islamic financial accounting standards
applicable to companies that implement Islamic transactions. This course will learn about
the application of sharia accounting for contract murabaha, salam and Istishna.
Prescribed Texts:
1. PSAK Syariah 2012
2. Rizal Yahya dkk. 2011. Akuntansi Perbankan Syariah: Teori dan Praktik
Kontemporer. PT Salemba Empat.

Code : ACC2109
Name : ANALYSIS OF FINANCIAL REPORTING
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite Introduction to Accounting II
Course Description:
This course aims to provide the concepts and techniques of financial statement analysis .
This course is not simply a ratio analysis or valuation of assets using discounted cash flow
- as has been learned in the course of financial management . This course is a combination
of accounting and financial management disciplines as well.Financial statements is
strongly influenced by the method of recognition , measurement , and reporting is
governed by IFRS . Variations will greatly affect the accounting treatment of financial
analysis and investment decisions . Therefore , knowing the techniques of accounting
treatment and consequences for investment decisions becomes absolutely necessary .
Prescribed Texts:
1. G Foster. 1992. Financial Statement Analysis. Prentice Hall.
2. White, Sondhi and Fried. 2010. The Analysis and Use of Financial Statement.
John Wiley.

Code : ACC2109
Name : FUNDAMENTAL OF AUDIT FOR ISLAMIC FINANCIAL INSTITUTION
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite Introduction to Accounting II
Course Description:
This course is devoted to Islamic banking accounting system program, as basic
understanding of the techniques and audit programs in Islamic financial institutions.
Prescribed Texts:
1. AAOIFI , 2012
2. Abdul Rahim Abdul Rohman. 2012. Syariah Audit. Training Module

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Code : ACC2204
Name : COST MANAGEMENT
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : None
Course Description:
Cost Management course discusses the various concepts of cost management,design
strategy, design and implementation of a form of control management costsand strategy at
the operational and management level. This course is a study of methods used to measure
and evaluate costs relating to production and product and performance in the production
and delivery processes. Cost controls, efficiency measures, the determinants of cost
variation budgeting, capacity and process analysis and quantitative decision making are
central to this course. Examples of problematic situations experienced by companies in a
variety of industries will be discussed with an emphasis on indicators of emerging
problems and management’s possible responses to such situations.
Prescribed Texts:
1. Charles T. Horngren, Srikant M. Datar and Madhav Rajan Cost Accounting,
A Managerial Emphasis, 14th edition, Prentice-Hall/Pearson, by

Code : ACC2504
Name : ACCOUNTING FOR SHARIA BANKING II
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite Accounting for Shariah Banking I
Course Description:
This course is a continuation of accounting courses in Islamic banking I. This course will
discuss the financial accounting standards related to mudaraba, Ijarah and Musharaka
contract.
Prescribed Texts:
1. PSAK Syariah 2012
2. Rizal Yahya dkk. 2011. Akuntansi Perbankan Syariah: Teori dan Praktik
Kontemporer. PT Salemba Empat.

Code : ACC3811
Name : ALGORITHM AND DATA STRUCTURE ON SHARIA COMPLIANCE
Credit Points : 5 Credit Points
Prerequisite : NONE
Course Description:
This course is designed to support students in understanding a programming method
anad data flow algorithm in accordance with the sharia rules. This course using C
programming language.
Prescribed Texts:

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Code : MGT3209
Name : MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : Information Technology
Course Description:
This course discusses and explains theories, procedures and techniques that relate to
Management Information System. Learning how to understand that management
information system is one of tool which is used by many strata, Clerical level, Managerial,
even in the top of management on one organization to summarize and determine
information as a basic of good decision making and have real value which is can be feel the
impact now or in the future.
Prescribed Texts:
1. Edhy Sutanta, Sistem Informasi Manajemen, Penerbit Graha Ilmu, Yogyakarta, 2003.
2. George M. Scott, Prinsip-prinsip Sistem Informasi Manajemen, Penerbit PT. Raja
Grafindo Persada, Jakarta, 1994.
3. Kenneth C. Laudon, Management Information System; Organization anf Technology,
Penerbit Prentice Hall International, Inc, 1996.
4. Onong Uchjana Effendy, Sistem Informasi Manajemen, Penerbit CV. Mandar Maju,
Jakarta, 1996.
5. Raymond McLeod, Jr, Management Information Systems – a study of computer based
information systems, Penerbit Prentice Hall International, Inc, 2002.
6. Sindang, Sistem Informasi Manajemen, Penerbit Bumi Aksara, Jakarta, 2000.
7. Tata Sutabri, Sistem Informasi Manajemen, Penerbit Andi, Yogyakarta, 2004.

Code : ACC3812
Name : DATABASE INDTRODUCTION
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : None
Course Description:
This course is designed to provide the basic concepts, database architecture, and
implementation of a database using SQL database programming language
Prescribed Texts:

Code : ACC3814
Name : SHARIA BANKING INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
Credit Points : 4 Credit Points
Prerequisite : None
Course Description:
This course gives a basic knowledge of hardware, software and the use of the latest
applications including BASEL II
Prescribed Texts:

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Code : ACC3815
Name : COMPUTER NETWORK
Credit Points : 4 Credit Points
Prerequisite : None
Course Description:
This course aims to give students an understanding related to network settings and their
application in Islamic banking
Prescribed Texts:

Code : ACC3815
Name : SOFTWARE ENGINEERING
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : Algorithm and Data Structure on Sharia Compliance
Course Description:
This course aims to provide insight to students about engineering software
Prescribed Texts:

Code : ACC3505
Name : SHARIA BANKING FUNDING PRODUCTS AND SERVICES
Credit Points : 4 Credit Points
Prerequisite : None
Course Description:
This course is designed to provide insight to students about the forms of fund raising with
wadiah principles (giro and savings) and the principle of mudaraba (savings and
deposits), the distribution of profits, as well as understand the Islamic Banking system
related applications of these products.
Prescribed Texts:

Code : ACC3816
Name : DATABASE ADMINISTRATION
Credit Points : 4 Credit Points
Prerequisite : Data Base Introduction
Course Description:
This course is associated with a database introduction course with emphasis on deeper
understanding regarding the implementation of SQL in the banking system and perform
server administration database.
Prescribed Texts:

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Code : ACC3817
Name : OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING
Credit Points : 4 Credit Points
Prerequisite : None
Course Description:
These courses use the case study approach in the Java programming language applications
in accordance with the rules of Shariah
Prescribed Texts:

Code : ACC3818
Name : INFORMATION SYSTEM SECURITY
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : Computer Network
Course Description:
This course is designed to give the student an understanding of concepts based on object-
oriented programming and its application on Islamic banking
Prescribed Texts:

Code : ACC4819
Name : ADVANCED PROGRAMMING
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : Object Oriented Programming
Course Description:
This course is designed to give the student an understanding of concepts based on object-
oriented programming and its application on Islamic banking
Prescribed Texts:

Code : ACC4820
Name : RAPID APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT WITH SHARIA COMPLIANCE
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : None
Course Description:
This course is designed to provide insight to students about the concept of RAD and its
implementation on Islamic banking
Prescribed Texts:

Code : ACC4506
Name : SHARIA BANKING FINANCING PRODUCTS
Credit Points : 4 Credit Points
Prerequisite : None
Course Description:
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banking, retail financing, commercial financing, profit distribution and understand Islamic
banking applications sytem of these products.
Prescribed Texts:

Code : ACC4821
Name : SHARIA BANKING INFORMATION SYSTEM ANALYSIS AND DESIGN
Credit Points : 4 Credit Points
Prerequisite : Computer Network
Course Description:
This course is designed specifically to provide an understanding of the data flow diagram
and its application on Islamic banking system
Prescribed Texts:

Code : ACC4822
Name : WEB PROGRAMMING FOR SHARIA COMPLIANCE
Credit Points : 4 Credit Points
Prerequisite : None
Course Description:
This course is designed with a practical approach so that students are able to create web
applications by using HTML and java.
Prescribed Texts:

Code : ACC4826
Name : INFORMATION SYSTEM PROJECT MANAGEMENT
Credit Points : 4 Credit Points
Prerequisite : None
Course Description:
This course is designed to enhance the student's understanding of the management of a
project from planning to implementation, especially in Islamic banking.
Prescribed Texts:

Code : ACC4825
Name : XML AND WEB SERVICE
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : None
Course Description:
This course uses practical approach for the implementation of the XML script as the
backbone of the application using web service
Prescribed Texts:

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COURSE DESCRIPTION
DEPARTMENT: ISLAMIC BUSINESS DAN MANAGEMENT

Code : MGT2102
Name : MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : Introduction of Computer Application
Course Description:
This course discusses and explains theories, procedures and techniques that relate to
Management Information System. Learning how to understand that management
information system is one of tool which is used by many strata, Clerical level, Managerial,
even in the top of management on one organization to summarize and determine
information as a basic of good decision making and have real value which impact can be
felt now or in the future
Prescribed Texts:
8. Edhy Sutanta, Sistem Informasi Manajemen, Penerbit Graha Ilmu, Yogyakarta, 2003.
9. George M. Scott, Prinsip-prinsip Sistem Informasi Manajemen, Penerbit PT. Raja
Grafindo Persada, Jakarta, 1994.
10. Kenneth C. Laudon, Management Information System; Organization anf Technology,
Penerbit Prentice Hall International, Inc, 1996.
11. Onong Uchjana Effendy, Sistem Informasi Manajemen, Penerbit CV. Mandar Maju,
Jakarta, 1996.
12. Raymond McLeod, Jr, Management Information Systems – a study of computer based
information systems, Penerbit Prentice Hall International, Inc, 2002.
13. Sindang, Sistem Informasi Manajemen, Penerbit Bumi Aksara, Jakarta, 2000.
14. Tata Sutabri, Sistem Informasi Manajemen, Penerbit Andi, Yogyakarta, 2004.

Course Code : IFI2401


Course Name : ISLAMIC BANKING MANAGEMENT I
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : Introduction to Business and Management
Course Description:
Sharia banking is growing fast, therefore a considerable study is needed on sharia banking.
This subject fulfills that need where students will study the basic concept of sharia
banking which includes usury, sharia banking operational system, transactions and sharia
banking products.
Prescribed Texts:
1. Sudin Ahron and Bala Shanmugan, Islamic Banking System, Pelanduk Publications,
1994
2. M.Syafi`I Antonio, Bank Syari`ah: Dari Teori ke Praktik, Gema Insani Press, 2001
3. Adiwarman Karim, Bank Islam, Analisis Fiqh dan Keuangan, IIIT and Karim
Business Consulting, 2003

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Code : MKT2501
Name : MARKETING MANAGEMENT
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : Introduction to Business and Management
Course Description:
The current business world moves in a dynamic pace. This can be seen in the increased
competition in the industry. When the competition increases, and the consumers are not
price sensitive, marketing will be an effective tool to win the competition. This subject will
equip the students with an understanding of marketing management and its role in
company’s success. Classes will cover analysis, planning, implementation and marketing
management control.
Prescribed Texts:
1. Philip Kotler, Marketing Management. 11th edition 2003. Prentice Hall, New Jersey,
USA
2. Journal of Marketing diterbitkan oleh American Marketing Association
3. Majalah SWA, Majalah Cakram, Tabloid Marketing, dan lain-lain

Code : BIS3204
Name : ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : Introduction to Business and Management
Course Description:
This subject equips students with an understanding of human aspect of structured
behavior in an organization. The scope of discussion includes human behavior on an
individual level, group and organization as well as cultural and organizational dynamics as
a reflection on human behavior in an organization which influences the efficiency and
effectiveness of the organization.
Prescribed Texts:
Stephen P.Robbinns, Organization Behaviour: Concepts, Contraversies, and Applications,
Edisi 9, Prentice-Hall, New Jersey, 2001

Code : BIS 3202


Name : INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : Financial Management
Course Description:
Globalization today has become an empirical reality that cannot be avoided. The
development of science and technology has also strengthen the flow of globalization so
that globalization currently has spread to other aspects of life, either social, politics and
economy. In the business world, globalization has created challenges and opportunities
that must be coped with. Business owners now do not only have to deal with local
markets, but they can expand their business to an international scale.
Prescribed Texts:

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Griffin&Pustay.International Business.Prentice Hall, 2002

Code : MGT 3104


Name : HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : Introduction to Business and Management
Course Description:
Human resources management describes the theory and application of HRD development
in Indonesia. This subject also explains Islamic values regarding HRD.
Prescribed Texts:
1. Kitab Suci al-Qur’an dan Hadits
2. 44 persoalan penting dalam Islam, Syekh Muhammad al-Ghozali
3. Bank Syariah dari Teori ke Praktek , Muhammad Syafi’i Antonio, MSc
4. Hak Azasi Manusia dalam Islam, DR. Syaukat Husein
5. Imamah dan Khilafah, DR. Ali Asalus
6. Mukjizat al-Qur’an dan as-Sunnah dalam Iptek, DR. Maurice Bucaille, cs
7. Managing Individual and Group Behavior in Organizations, Feldman and Arnold
8. Managing Organizational Effectiveness, an experiential approach
9. Human Resources and Personal Management, William B. Wherther, Jr. and Keith Davis
10. Human Resources Management, Lioyd L.Byars & Leslie W.Rue
11. Kitab Undang-undang Tenaga Kerja RI
12. Perjanjian Kerja Bersama (PKB)

Code : IFI3305
Name : ISLAMIC INSURANCE MANAGEMENT
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : Introduction to Business and Management
Course Description:
This subject provides students regarding the history of insurance (both from the West and
Islam) and its development in Indonesia. The overview of insurance are discusses
including definition , the elements of insurance, the types of insurance, the insurance
benefits the principles of insurance. The focus of this subject is to elaborate the
management of insurance, especially Islamic insurance, covering the following themes:
risk, policy, premium, actuarial, underwriting, reinsurance, investment, human resources
and related laws of insurance in Indonesia. The philosophy of Islamic insurance, products,
prospect and challenges are also taught. Islamic insurance practices in deifferent countries
are also presented
Prescribed Texts:
1. Abbas Salim. 2008. Asuransi dan Manajemen Resiko. Rajawali Press
2. Rifaat, Simon Archer and Volker. 2009. Takaful Islamic Insurance: Concepts
and Regulatory Issues. Jhon Wiley.

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Code : MGT 3105


Name : STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : Marketing Management, Financial Management
Course Description:
This course will emphasize on the use of analytical tools in the process of preparing
strategic plans that starts from an analysis of the business environment both internal and
external, the formulation of the vision, the company's strategic positioning, business
mission, corporate strategy formulation, the formulation of functional strategy, business
strategy, implementation of the strategy through the adjustment of corporate culture,
organizational structure, and leadership, as well as popular business control strategy will
be discussed to enhance the students’ skills by analyzing corporations’ strategic
management cases
Prescribed Texts:
Fred R. David, Strategic Management : Concept and Case

Code : FIN 4306


Name : FINANCING ANALYSIS
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : Islamic Banking Management I
Course Description:
This course provides students the scope of financing, ranging from the history of finance,
linkages with Islamic sharia financing, financing products and mechanisms, the process of
planning, analysis, administration, supervision, protection, guarantees and insurance
financing , both in theory and practical concepts. Materials covered include Financing &
Analysis case studies: Mudaraba and Musharaka, Murabaha, Salam & Istishna, Ijarah and
Ijarah muntahiyah Bit Tamlik (IMBT), Documentation & Legal Aspects of Restructuring
and Non performing financing
Prescribed Texts:
1. Bank Islam: Analisis Fiqih dan Keuangan, Adiwarman Karim, Jakarta: PT
Rajawali Pers, Edisi 3 Cetakan 6, 2009.
2. Akad Bank Syariah : Panduan Memahami Akad Bank Syariah, Pedoman
Membuat Akad Bank Syariah dengan Benar, Memahami Produk-produk Pembiayaan
Bank Syariah, H.R. Daeng Naja, Jakarta: Penerbit Pustaka Yustisia, Cetakan Pertama,
2011
3. Manajemen Pembiayaan Mudharabah di Bank Syariah, Muhammad,
Jakarta: Rajawali Pers, Edisi 1 Cetakan 1, 2008

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Code : MGT3103
Name : INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : None
Course Description:
This course begins by introducing the types of financial market instruments (money market and
capital market) that are traded in Indonesia and in the international market continued with the
framework analysis of asset pricing and it’s application to analyze financial market instruments
primarily stocks and bonds, as well as its derivative instrument.
Prescribed Texts:
1. Vogel, Frank and Hayes, Samuel. 1998. Islamic law and finance, religion, Risk, and Return.
Boston: Kluwer Law International
2. Usmani, Muhammad Taqi. 2002. An Introduction to Islamic Finance. Karachi: Maktaba
Ma’arif Qur’an
3. Iggie H. Achsien. 2000. Investasi Syariah di Pasar Modal, Gramedia Pustaka Utama, Jakarta.
4. Yasni, Muhammad Gunawan 2005. Ekonomi & Keuangan Syariah: Pemahaman & Penerapan
Ringkas / Sharia Economics & Finance: A Short Treatise & Its Application (bilingual),
Lembaga Penerbit FEUI, Jakarta
5. Sheikh Ghazali Sheikh Abod, et all (eds), Islamic Finance, Quili Publisher, Kuala Lumpur,
1992.
6. Zvie Bodie, Alex Kane, Alan J. Marcus, Investment, Irwin McGraw-Hill, 1996.
7. Jones, Charles P. 2002. Investment: Analysis and Management. Ed. 8. New York: John Wiley &
Son

Code : BIS 3203


Name : OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : Introduction to Business and Management
Prescribed : Production and Operation Management manufacturing and Services,
Texts Chase, Aquiland, Jacobs, 2004. MC Graw Hill
Course Description:
Operations management is a study that transforms input to output, as efficiently and
effectively as possible to fulfill co BIS 3201nsumers’ needs.
Prescribed Texts:
1. Vogel, Frank and Hayes, Samuel. 1998. Islamic law and finance, religion, Risk, and
Return. Boston: Kluwer Law International
2. Usmani, Muhammad Taqi. 2002. An Introduction to Islamic Finance. Karachi: Maktaba
Ma’arif Qur’an
3. Iggie H. Achsien. 2000. Investasi Syariah di Pasar Modal, Gramedia Pustaka Utama,
Jakarta.

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4. Yasni, Muhammad Gunawan 2005. Ekonomi & Keuangan Syariah: Pemahaman &
Penerapan Ringkas / Sharia Economics & Finance: A Short Treatise & Its Application
(bilingual), Lembaga Penerbit FEUI, Jakarta
5. Sheikh Ghazali Sheikh Abod, et all (eds), Islamic Finance, Quili Publisher, Kuala
Lumpur, 1992.
6. Zvie Bodie, Alex Kane, Alan J. Marcus, Investment, Irwin McGraw-Hill, 1996.
7. Jones, Charles P. 2002. Investment: Analysis and Management. Ed. 8. New York: John
Wiley & Son
Any relevant books and articles

Code : BIS 3201


Name : BUSINESS RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
Credit :
3 Credit Points
Points
Prerequisite : Basic Econometrics
Course Description:
This course discusses the various concepts, principles, philosophy and the use of scientific
research and its application in the creation of a research proposal geared for the purpose
of writing students minithesis. This subject begins with discussing the basic concepts of
the research process, research, business strategy, research design, formulation of the
problem and literature review, theoretical foundations and hypothesis collation, selection
of samples, data collection, data analysis techniques, and collating of the research design.
At the end of the course, students are required to present their research proposal which is
geared towards their minithesis.
Prescribed Texts:
Sekaran, U. 2003. Research methods for business: A skill building approach, 4th ed. New
Jersey:John Wiley and Sons, Inc

Code : MGT 3503


Name : ISLAMIC FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : Financial Management
Course Description:
The scope of this course is the understanding of financial management system from the
perspective of Islam. Completion of financial management is a pre-requisite to be able to
understand this subject in a comprehensive manner. This course focuses on the
implementation of the Islamic financial system in banking, primary market, and secondary
market as well as the Islamic money market portfolio. Several of the IFSB regulations are
also discussed. By completing this course students are expected to understand the
products of Islamic financial instruments on their fingertips as an alternative of financing
in both the primary and secondary markets. Students will also be given tasks and to
present it in class.
Prescribed Texts:
1. Umar F. Moghul, Esq, Intro to Islamic Finance, Communities and Banking Article,

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Federal Reserve Bank of Boston.


2. Keon, Arthur J, David F, Scott, Yr, John and J.William Petty (2005), Basic Financial
Management, 10th edition, Prentice Hall.
3. Zamir Iqbal, Abbas Mirakhor, An Introduction to Islamic Finance: Theory and Practice,
John Wiley and Sons (Asia) Pte Ltd, (2007)
4. Shamin Ahmad Siddiqui (2006), The Controversy over Time Value of
Money Among Contemporary Muslim Economist, Journal of Management and Social
Science, University of Burnei Darussalam, Vol.2, No.2.

Code : FIN 4305


Name : FINANCIAL RISK MANAGEMENT
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : Finanacial Management
Course Description:
This course provides a basic understanding of risk and risk management and its application in
the financial industry, particularly banking. In conformity with the characteristic of the financial
industry that are very strict with regulations, this course will explore a variety of standards in
the application of risk management. By paying attention to the dynamics of the financial
markets in Indonesia that are still dominated by a conventional system, this course will discuss
risk management in Islamic finance institutions as well as conventional.
Prescribed Texts:
1. Tiby, Amr Mohamed El, Islamic Banking: How to manage risk and improve profitability, John
Wiley & Son, New Jersey, USA, 2011
2. GAARP (Richard Apostolik, Christopher Donohue, Peter Went), Foundation of Banking Risk,
John Wiley & Son, New Jersey, USA, 2009
3. BSMR, Indonesia Certificate in Banking Risk and Regulation Workbook Level 1, Jakarta,
2006
4. Idroes, Ferry N, Manajemen Risiko Perbankan, Rajawali Pers, Jakarta, 2008
5. Khan, Tariqullah, Habib Ahmed, Manajemen Risiko Lembaga Keuangan Syariah, Bumi
Aksara, Jakarta, 2008

Code : FIN 4304


Name : SEMINAR IN ISLAMIC BANKING & FINANCE
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : Islamic Banking Management II, Islamic Financial Management
Course Description:
The seminar aims at providing the students with a thorough understanding of Islamic banking
and finance as well as the socio-economic and ethical considerations behind it. The course will
cover the historical foundations of Islamic banking and finance. The course will look at the
emergence of Islamic banking and finance in Indonesia during the last 20 years, it will analyse
the role of the political and economic realities as key factors for the emergence of the Islamic
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sector in Indonesia and Asia, , the (potential) impact of the global financial crisis on Islamic
finance will be discussed. A major focus will be on the theoretical principles such as the
prohibition of interest (riba) and speculation (gharar). The seminar will allow students to get
an advanced understanding of the most important Islamic financing and investment techniques
that are based on traditional concepts of Islamic (commercial) law. Besides Islamic retail
banking, the students shall get a good overview of Islamic capital market instruments and the
economic areas where they are applied (e.g corporate finance, project finance). The students
shall get familiar with the working mechanisms and risk structures of the different financing
methods. Case studies will be used to illustrate the financial transactions special consideration
will be given to the legal and regulatory framework for Islamic banking and finance, with a
particular focus on the German legal system. Comparative perspectives from other jurisdictions
shall accomplish the picture. The role and functions of Sharia boards and the process of Sharia
certification will be part of the seminar curriculum. In this context, corporate governance
issues in Islamic financial institutions will be looked at. The course will finally discuss current
challenges for Islamic banking and finance such as transparency and liquidity problems.
Prescribed Texts
1. Ayub, Muhammad, Understanding Islamic Finance, West Sussex 2007
2. Gassner, Michael/Wackerbeck, Philipp, Islamic Finance, 2nd ed., Köln 2010
3. Usmani, Muhammad Taqi, An Introduction to Islamic Finance, Leiden 2002
4. Related papers from Islamic Finance Journals

Code : FIN4303
Name : INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
Credit :
3 Credit Points
Points
Prerequisite : Financial Management
Course Description:
Trends in the globalization of business has been well documented that seen in the report
- financial statements of corporations large and small . Trends towards globalization. The
decline was driven by a state border barriers . Therefore understanding top
international financial management becomes very important to the success company .
This course will provide insight and understanding relating to , among others, the
importance of international financial markets determinants of the exchange rate , foreign
direct investment , multinational capital budgeting , long-term funding for multinational
companies , as well as country risk analysis international trade financing
Prescribed Texts:
1. Jeff Maoura, International Financial Management, South Western College Publishing,
6th edition, 2003
2. Shapiro , Alan C. , Multinational Financial Management , 8th edition , John Wiley &
Sons , Inc. . , 2006
3. Eun , Bruce G. Resnick S.and Cheol , International Financial Management , 4th edition ,
McGraw - Hill Irwin. 2007

Code : MGT 3203

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Name : ADVANCE FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT


Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : Financial Management
Course Description:
This course discusses the advanced concepts of financial management, covering such
subjects as: risk and return, the interest rate and bond valuation, stock valuation, cost of
capital, leverage and capital structure, dividend policy, mergers and acquisition, as well as
restructuring and reorganization.
Prescribed Texts:
1. Keown, Arthur j, David F, Scott, Yr, Jhon D, Martin, and J. William Petty. (2005), Basic
Financial Management, 10th edition, Prentice-Hall Inc, USA (Keown)
2. Ross, Stephen., Randolph W.Westerfield and Jeffrey Jaffe., (2005) Corporate Finance,
Seventh edition, McGraw-Hill Irwin.(Ross)
3. Iqbal, Zamir., & Mirakhor, Abbas. (2007). An Introduction Islamic Finance Theory and
Practice, John Wiley & Sons. (Iqbal)
Code : MGT 3301
Name : MARKETING MANAGEMENT
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : None
Course Description:
The current business world moves in a dynamic pace. This can be seen in the increased
competition in the industry. When the competition increases, and the consumers are not
price sensitive, marketing will be an effective tool to win the competition. This subject will
equip the students with an understanding of marketing management and its role in
company’s success. Classes will cover analysis, planning, implementation and marketing
management control.
Prescribed Texts:
1. Philip Kotler, Marketing Management. 11th edition 2003. Prentice Hall, New Jersey,
USA
2. Journal of Marketing diterbitkan oleh American Marketing Association
3. Majalah SWA, Majalah Cakram, Tabloid Marketing, dan lain-lain

Code ENT3602
Name ENTREPRENEURSHIP II
Credit Points 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite Entrepreneurship I
Course Description:
Based on theoretical foundations in Entrepreneurship I, students are encourages to build a
business model. What makes the difference between success in the lab and in the
marketplace is the business model, which describes how we will create and deliver value
for our customers, and how we will extract some of that value for our own organization.
The business model encompasses our product or service, our customers, and the economic
engine that will enable us to meet our profitability and growth objectives. Business model
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successful business model, and for established businesses, which often need to defend or
evolve their businessmodels.This course develops a structured way to think about
business models and uses exercises and examples to train you in the science of business
model analysis and to help you practice the art of business model construction.
Prescribed Texts:
Alex Oster . 2012. Canvas model

Code : ENT4603
Name : ENTREPRENEURSHIP III
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : Entrepreneurship II
Course Description:
This course provides real world, hands-on learning on what it’s like to actually start a
scalable company. This is a practical class – essentially a lab, not a theory or “book” class.
Our goal, within the constraints of a classroom and a limited amount of time, is to create
an entrepreneurial experience for you with all of the pressures and demands of the real
world in an early stage start up. You will be getting your hands dirty talking to customers,
partners, competitors, as you encounter the chaos and uncertainty of how a startup
actually works. You’ll work in teams learning how to turn a great idea into a great
company. You’ll learn how to use a business model to brainstorm each part of a company
and customer development to get out of the classroom to see whether anyone other than
you would want/use your product. Each day will be a new adventure outside the
classroom as you test each part of your business model and then share your hard earned
knowledge with the rest of the class.

Code : ENT4607
Name : SEMINAR IN ENTREPRENEURSHIP & MARKETING
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : Marketing Management, Entrepreneurship I
Course Description:
The fisrt part of the seminar facilitates students to learn various success stories of
entrepreneurs/businessman both domestic and abroad. Topics of the seminar cover key
success factors of entrepreneurship, barriers and challenges faced. After completion this
course, students are expected to improve the readiness of students and strengthen their

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interest to become entrepreneurs. The second part provides presentations regarding


inoovation in marketing to support the success of an entrepreneur.

Code : MKT3502
Name : INTERNATIONAL MARKETING
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : Finanacial Management
Course Description:
This course will explain why companies more towards international markets? How about
the opportunities and challenges faced when entering the international market? What
strategies can be developed by the company to enter the international market? How to
plan and control an effective international marketing program?
Prescribed Texts:
1. Jeannet & Hennessey, “Global Marketing Strategies”, 5th Edition. Houghton Mifflin
Company, Boston, Mass 2001 (JH)
2. Vijay Govindarajan & Anil K. Gupta, “The Quest for Global Dominance”, Jossey-Bass,
San Fransisco, 2001 (GG)
3. Masaki Khotabe & Kristian Helsen, “Global Marketing Management”, 2nd Edition, John
Wiley & Sons Inc., 2001 (KH)

Code : MKT4505
Name : ISLAMIC MARKETING MANAGEMENT
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : Marketing Management
Course Description:
In line with the development of Islamic economics and business, the Islamic marketing is
very important matter. This course provides discussions about Islamic marketing
characteristics and Islamic marketing strategy which can be a guide for marketers. Of
course the Islamic business ethics will be the foundation of Islamic marketing.
Prescribed Texts:
1. Bake Ahmad. 2011. The Principles of Islamic Marketing.
2. Paul Temporal. 2011. Islamic Branding and Marketing: Creating A Global Islamic
Business. Jhon Wiley.

Code : MKT4504
Name : MARKETING COMMUNICATION
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : Marketing Management
Course Description:
This course's objective is to give an overview of the major marketing communication
theories, strategies and tools. While the focus will be on advertising, other communication
tools will be considered as well and the need to integrate all these communication tools in
a consistent way will be underlined. Both issues related to the sender (the creative
process) and the receiver (targeting, message processing) of a communication message

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are addressed in the course. More particular topics such as media planning or
international communications will also be covered. In order to connect the course with
the 'real life', some sessions will be taught by guest speakers
Prescribed Texts:
Duncan, Principles of Advertising & IMC,2nd edition, 2005, (Duncan)

Code : MKT4503
Name : MARKETING RESEARCH
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : Marketing Management, Business Reasearch Methodology
Course Description:
Marketing research is an important part in evaluating the performance of marketing and
as a basis for the formulation of plans for the next marketing strategy. Valid marketing
research is very useful in making accurate decisions. Therefore, in this course students
will learn a variety of principles, methods, and techniques of analysis that can be done in
marketing research
Prescribed Texts:
1. Rangkuti, Freddy. Measuring Customer Satisfaction. Gramedia Pustaka Utama, Jakarta.
2002. (FR)
2. Simamora, Bilson. 2004. Riset Pemasaran: Falsafah, teori, dan Aplikasi. Gramedia
Pustaka Utama, Jakarta. (BS)
3. Umar, Husein. 1999. Metodologi Penelitian: Aplikasi dalam Pemasaran. Gramedia
Pustaka Utama, Jakarta. (HU)

Code : BIS4205
Name : CONSUMER BEHAVIOR
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : Marketing Management

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Course Description:
This course discusses the conceptual framework of consumer behavior and the various
aspects that are relevant, particularly in marketing science, psychology, communication,
and economy. Consumer behavior is focused on the behavior/process in decision making
which is influenced by a variety of both internal and external factors.

1. Setiadi, N.J.2005. Perilaku Konsumen. Prenada Media, Jakarta (Setiadi)


2. Lamb, Hair, Mc. Daniel.2001. Pemasaran. Salemba Empat. Jakarta (Lamb)
3. Mowen, J.C. 1990. Consumer Behaviour. Maxwell International. (Mowen)
4. Peter, J.P and Olson, J. 2002. Consumer Behaviour and Marketing Strategy. 6th ed. NY:
Irwin Mc. Graw-Hill (Peter)
5. Solomon, M.R. Consumer Behaviour. 6th ed. Pearson Education Inc. (Solomon)

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COURSE DESCRIPTION
DEPARTMENT: ISLAMIC ECONOMICS
Code : ECO2203
Name : MICRO ECONOMICS I
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : Introduction To Economics, Mathematic Economics
Course Description:
The scope of this course is about understanding the micro-economic activities in the early
stage, such as understanding production process, analyzing the factors of production, and
consumption theory. This course also discusses the concept of the market structure and
the business competition, the concept of externalities, and how government regulate the
market.
Prescribed Texts:
1. Mankiw, N.G., 1977, Principles of Microeconomics, Dryden Press.
2. Sugiarto, dkk., 2002, Ekonomi Mikro: Sebuah Kajian Komprehensif, PT. Gramedia
Pustaka Utama, Jakarta.
3. Miller, R.L. and Meiners, R.E., 1994, Intermediate Microeconomics Theory: Issues,
applications, terjemahan Haris Munandar, PT. RajaGrafindo Persada, Jakarta.
4. Nocholson, Walter, 1995, Intermediate Microeconomics, terjemahan Agus Maulana,
buku 1 dan 2, Binarupa Aksara,jakarta.
5. MCEachern, William A., 2001, Economics: A Contemporary Introduction, terjemahan
Sigit Triandaru, buku 1 dan 2,Salemba Empat, Jakarta.
6. Hartonok Jogiyanto, 1999, Teori Ekonomi Mikro : Analisis Matematis, Andi,
Yogyakarta.
7. Prathama Rahardja dan Mandala Manurung, Teori Ekonomi Mikro: suatu
pengantar, Buku Seri Teori Ekonomi, Edisi ketiga, Penerbit Fakultas Ekonomi
Universitas Indonesia, Jakarta, 2004.
8. Sadono Sukirno, 2002, Pengantar Teori Mikro Ekonomi, Edisi Ketiga, Penerbit PT.
Raja Grafindo Persada, Jakarta.
9. Paul A.Samuelson dan William D.Nordhaus, Economics, Fourteenth Edition,
McGraw-Hill., Inc, Singapore, 1992.
10. Kadariah, Teori Ekonomi Mikro, seri diktat kuliah, Lembaga Penerbit Fakultas
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Code : ECO2201
Name : MACRO ECONOMICS I
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : Introduction To Economics
Course Description:
This subject aims to study the aggregate economy and to discuss important issues of the
economy. The problems include : What factors that determine the activity of an economy?
Why economic growth of a country is not stable ? What are the causes of economic
fluctuations ?. The analysis also discusses macroeconomic policies that can be taken to
address the economic problems . The main points of our study are: schools of thought (
school of thought ) and macroeconomic data analysis, analysis of determinants of
economic activity and national income, goods and services markets, the financial markets
and balance of the economy, economic policy in closed and open economy as well as
growth and economic development
Prescribed Texts:
1. Glahe, F. R. 1977. Macroeconomics: Theory and Policy. United States, America.
2. Mankiw, N. G. 2000. Macroeconomics, 4th edition. Worth Publishers, New York.
3. Sukirno, S. 2004. Makroekonomi: Teori Pengantar. RajaGrafindo Persada, Jakarta.
4. Stegman, T and Bill Junor. 1998. Introductory Macroeconomics. Harcout Brace London.

Code : ECO2201
Name : MACRO ECONOMICS II
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : Macro Economy I
Course Description:
This subject covers comprehensive understanding of advance macroeconomics. Graphical
and mathematical approach will be used to deepen theoretical and practical calculation
and macroeconomics analysis. This subject also concentrates more on the calculation of
national output and input together with analytical model from various theories. On the
other side, monetary and fiscal policy of the government will be delivered with real
problems and solutions.
Prescribed Texts:
1. Boediono, Ekonomi Makro: Seri Sinopsis Pengantar Ilmu Ekonomi No. 2
2. Case & Fair, Principle of Macroeconomics
3. Blanchard, Olivier, Macroeconomics
4. Sukirno, Sadono., Makroekonomi : Teori Pengantar, edisi ketiga
5. Wonnacott, Paul, Macroeconomics.

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Code : ECO3204
Name : MICRO ECONOMICS II
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : Micro Economy I
Course Description:
This course focuses on the discussion of the market and the type of competition with a
discussion of applicable quantitative analysis to solve problems in a competitive market.
This course requires a background of economic and quantitative analysis to be able to
understand and master some important concepts in the market competition. This course
also discusses game theory models and strategies applied in the existing markets. Students
are expected to resolve the problem by using a mathematical approach and economic
analysis in strategy decision making.
Prescribed Texts:
1. Nicholson, Walter, Microeconomic Theory, Basic Principles and Extensions, 6th
edition, Dryden Press, 1995
2. Pyndick and Rubinfeld, Microeconomics, 3rd edition, Prentice Hall, 1995

Code : ECO3401
Name : MONETARY ECONOMY
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : None
Course Description:
This course is designed to study monetary economics theoretically and those actually
applied in countries. Students are expected to be able to explain monetary economics
problem from theoretical and applicative perspective
Prescribed Texts:
1. Boediono. Ekonomi Moneter, Seri Sinopsis Pengantar Ilmu Ekonomi. BPFE Yogyakarta:
Yogyakarta.
2. Bofinger, Peter. Monetary policy: Goals, Institutions, Strategies and Instruments.
3. Harris, laurence. Monetary Theory.
4. Chapra, Umer. Sistem Moneter Islam.

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Code : ECO3603
Name : ECONOMETRICS I
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : Mathematic Economics, Introduction To Economics, Statistical
Methods
Course Description:
This course deals with concept and applications of econometrics, which is to analyze the
relationships among (economic) variables. The main tool is regression analysis. Besides
lecturing in class, the half of the semester will be held in the computer lab using softwares
such as Spss, E-views, Stata and Lisrel. The course builds upon a background of Statistics.
The teaching materials delivered include concepts ofvariance, covariance, correlation, R2
and univariate and multivariate regression models. It also discusses dummy variable
models, and learns the principles on which OLS estimation. The concept of stationarity and
specific treatment of time-series variables in regression are also thoroughly discussed. In
addition to practical and theoretical concepts, students are also provided examples of
cases/issues in economics that can be analyzed using the econometrics method that will
be discussed
Prescribed Texts:
1. Robert S.Pyndick and Daniel L. Rubinfield. Econometric Model and Econometric
Forcast. 4th Edition. New York. NY. Mc Graw Hill, Inc (RP)
2. Ronald E. Walphole and Raymon H. Mayers. 1989. Ilmu Peluang dan Satatitika untuk
Insinyur dan Ilmuan. Bandung,ITB (RR)
3. Damodar N. Gujarati. Basic Econometrics. (Bab 19-27) (DG)
4. Thomas, R.L. 1996. Modern Econometrics: an Introduction. 1st Edition. TJ. Press,
Padstow.UK (TH)
5. Michael Interiligator, Ronald Bodkin, and Cheng Hsio. 1996. Econometrics Models,
Techniques and Applications. 2nd edition. Prentice Hall International, Inc. (MI)
6. Gunawan Sumodiningrat. 1999. Ekonometrika: Pengantar. Edisi ke-5. BPFE Press,
Yogyakarta (GS)
7. M. Firdaus. 2006. Analisis Deret Waktu Satu Ragam: ARIMA, SARIMA dan ARCH-
GARCH. IPB Press (MF)
8. Nahrowi, D.N. and Radius, U. 2006. Pendekatan Populer dan Praktis: Ekonometrika
Untuk Analisis Ekonomi dan Keuangan. Penerbit FEUI. Jakarta (NU)

Code : ECO3102
Name : ISLAMIC MICRO ECONOMICS
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : Micro Economy II
Course Description:
This course discusses the core of microeconomic theory from an Islamic perspective such
as maslahah concept in economic activity.Graph and mathematics analysis will be used, to
also explain the difference between Islamic and Islamic micro economics.
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1. Text Book Ekonomi Islam, P3EI, UII Jogyakarta


2. Ekonomi Mikro Islam, Adiwarman Karim, Raja Grafindo Persada
3. Lectures on Islamic Economics, Ausaf Ahmad, IRTI
4. Manurung, Mandala dan Rahardja Prathama: Uang, Perbankan dan Ekonomi Moneter,
FE Universitas Indonesia, 2004
Code : ECO3206
Name : HISTORY OF ECONOMIC THOUGHTS
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : Macro Economy I, Micro Economy II
Course Description:
This subject provides the students with the historical knowledge of world figures who
have contributed to the theories of economics. In addition to each individual economic
theorists, this course will also analyse mainstream economic thoughts. Students will be
involved in many discussions and presentations as well as tasks related to the subject. To
enrich the students’ knowledge of history, this subject will also refer to various unbiased
sources that are easily understood by students.
Prescribed Texts:
1. Robert B. Ekelund, JR, Robert F. Hebert, A History of Economic Theory and Method
2. Joseph E. Stiglitz, Dekade Keserakahan: Era 90an Awal Mula Petaka Ekonomi Dunia
3. Deliarnov, Perkembangan Pemikiran Ekonomi
4. Eric Roll, A Histroy of Economic Thought

Code : ECO3104
Name : MAQOSHIDSYARIAH
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : None
Course Description:
This subject equips the students with the fiqhy and ushulfiqhy analysis about the ultimate
objective of the sharia, especially in doing economic activities. In addition to each
individual economic theorists, this course will also analyse current Islamic economic and
finance activities. Students will be involved in many discussions and presentations as well
as tasks related to the subject.
Prescribed Texts:
1. Al-Maqoshid Shri'ah wa Atsaruha fi Fiqh Al-Mu'amalah, Riyadh Mansyur Khulaifi
2. Maqoshid Shari'ah, Yusuf Qordhowi

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Code : ECO3602
Name : ECONOMETRIC II
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : Econometric I
Course Description:
This course is the continuation of the first econometrics course.This course aims to
provide insights and a deeper understanding of the econometric methodologies in general
and their application in the field of economics. Emphasis is given to modeling and
application. Applicative approach chosen in order to accommodate the students to be able
to understand the econometric methodology and its applications are presented practically
with the related software application. This course contains the application methods of
econometrics in major economic problems both at the micro and macro level. This is
acquired from books of econometrics literature, the student’s learning experience,
journals of applied econometrics as well as student work sheet results.
Prescribed Texts:
1. Robert S.Pyndick and Daniel L. Rubinfield. Econometric Model and
EconometricForcast. 4th Edition. New York. NY. Mc Graw Hill, Inc (RP)
2. Ronald E. Walphole and Raymon H. Mayers. 1989. Ilmu Peluang dan Satatitika untuk
Insinyur dan Ilmuan. Bandung,ITB (RR)
3. Mendenhall, W. 1987. Introduction to Probability an Statistics. 7th Edition. Wodsworth
Publicshing Company, Inc. (WM)
4. Damodar N. Gujarati. Basic Econometrics. (Bab 13-27) (DG)
5. Thomas, R.L. 1996. Modern Econometrics: an Introduction. 1st Edition. TJ. Press,
Padstow.UK (TH)
6. Michael Interiligator, Ronald Bodkin, and Cheng Hsio. 1996. Econometrics Models,
Techniques and Applications. 2nd edition. Prentice Hall International, Inc. (MI)
7. Gunawan Sumodiningrat. 1999. Ekonometrika: Pengantar. Edisi ke-5. BPFE Press,
Yogyakarta (GS)
8. M. Firdaus. 2006. Analisis Deret Waktu Satu Ragam: ARIMA, SARIMA dan ARCH-
GARCH. IPB Press (MF)

Code : ECO3105
Name : HISTORY OF ISLAMIC ECONOMIC THOUGHTS
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : History of Islamic Thought
Course Description:
This subject equips the students with the historical knowledge of Islamic figures who have
contributed to the theories of Islamic economics. In addition to each individual economic
theorists, this course will also analyse mainstream Islamic economic thoughts. Students
will be involved in many discussions and presentations as well as tasks related to the
subject. To enrich the students’ knowledge of history, this subject will also refer to various
unbiased sources that are easily understood by students.
Prescribed Texts:
1. Tarikh al-Iqtishod al-Islamy, ‘Ishom al-Nuqoly, Umm al-Quro University

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2. Sejarah Pemikiran Ekonomi Islam, Adiwarman Azwar Karim, Rajawali Pers

Code : ECO3101
Name : ISLAMIC MACRO ECONOMICS
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : Macro Economy II
Course Description:
This course discusses the macroeconomic activity starting from consumption, investment
and economic development according to the perspective of Islam. This subject also
evaluates and criticizes conventional fiscal and monetary policies and discusses the
solutions according to Islam, for instance the role of zakat in fiscal policy. To strengthen
the understanding of these subjects, mathematical charts and graphical analysis will also
be keyed to each material. By the end this course students must able to understand
comprehensively the monetary and fiscal policy according to Islam that could be offered to
society.
Prescribed Texts:
1. Abu Saud, Mahmoud, 1981, “Money, Interest and Qirad”, in Ahmad, Khurshid, 1981,
Studies In Islamic Economics, United Kingdom, The Islamic Foundation, h. 59 -84.
2. Ahmad, Khursid. 1990, Studies in Islamic Economic, Leicester, UK: The Islamic
Foundation
3. Ahmad, Ausaf and Awan, Kazim R. 1992, Lecturer on Islamic Economics, Jeddah:
Islamic Research and Training Institute.
4. Ahmad, Ausaf, 2000, Instrument of Regulation and Control of Islamic Banks by Central
Banks, Jeddah KSA, IRTI Islamic Development Bank
5. Arif Mohammad. 1982, Monetary and Fiscal Economics of Islam, Jeddah International
Centre for Research in Islamic Economics.
6. Chapra, Umer, 1986, Toward a Just Monetary System, Leicester U.K, The Islamic
Foundation
7. Chapra, Umer. 1992, Islam and the Economic Challenge. Leicester, UK: Islamic
Foundation and Virginia, USA: the International Institute of Islamic Thought
8. Chapra, M Umer. 2001, The Future of Economics: An Islamic Perspective, Leicester,
UK: The Islamic Foundation
9. Chouwdhury, Masudul Alam, 1997, Money in Islam: A study in Islamic political
economy, London and New York, Routledge
10. Faridi, F.R. 1980 “Zakat and Fiscal Policy”, in K.Ahmad [ed], Studies in Islamic
Economics. Ch 6, The Islamic Foundation, UK.
11. Khan M F, 1998, “Growth Stability and Inflation in an Islamic Macro Framework”, in
Ahmaed Ausaf, Lessons in Islamic Economics , Vol 1, IRTI[Chapter 13]Khan,
12. Mohsin and Mirakhor, Abbas (ed.). 1988, Theoretical Issues in Islamic Banking and
Finance. Institute for Research and Islamic Studies
13. Iqbal Munawar, “Zakah, Moderation, and Aggregate Consumption in Islamic Economy”,
in Ahmaed Ausaf, Lessons in Islamic Economics, Vol 1, IRTI
14. Islamic Development Bank (IDB), 2004, Annual Report 2003, Jeddah :IDB
15. Mannan, Muhammad Abdul. 1993, Islamic Economics : Theory and Practice, Leicester:
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16. Omar, Mohd. Azmi. 2002. Viability of the Islamic Dinar. Kuala Lumpur: International
Islamic University
17. Rahman, Afzalur. 1996, Islamic Economics Doctrine, Leicester, UK: The Islamic
Foundation
18. Sadeq, Abu Hasan Muh. 1990, Economic Development in Islam, Petaling Jaya:
Pelanduk Press.
19. Siddiqi, Muhammad Nejatullah. 1996, Role of the State in the Economy: An Islamic
Perspective. Leicester, U.K: The Islamic Foundation
20. Usmani, M. Taqi. 2003, An Introduction to Islamic Finance. Karachi, Pakistan: Idaratul
Ma'arif,
21. Zarqa, M. A. 1992 “Distributive Justice in Islam”, in A. Ahmad and K. R. Awan [eds]
Lectures on Islamic Economics. IRTI, IDB.
22. Wilson, Rodney (ed.). 1990, Islamic Financial Markets. London, UK: Routeledge

Code : ECO3106
Name : SEMINAR OF ISLAMIC ECONOMICS
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : ECO 3101, ECO 3103
Course Description:
This course studies current issues in Islamic economics and finance. Students are expected
to be well aware about issues and are also expected to be able to choose and do research
under topics discussed.
Prescribed Texts:

Code : ECO3102
Name : FIQH MUAMALAH III
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : Fiqh Muamalah II
Course Description:
This course equips students with fiqhmuamalat understanding in analyzing issues in
Islamic economics and Islamic financial transactions. Students are expected to be able to
analyse current contracts and systems and also ruling in Islamic financial industry.
Prescribed Texts:

Code : ECO 3303


Name : ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : ECO 3202
Course Description:
This course is designed to provide a basic understanding in economic development. So
that students are expected to be able to analyze the aggreagate empirical and theoretical
approach that could connect between the variables of economic development in
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and ecletic. Topics that are covered include discussions of issues that includes the liberal,
radical, and heterodox approach theories. As well as problems of empirical economic
development: poverty and inequality, industrialization, corruption, foreign debts,
globalization and Islamic economy system.
Prescribed Texts:
1. Dawan Raharjo, M. 1982. Esai-esai Ekonomi Politik . LP3ES. Jakarta.
2. Didik J. Rachbini. Ekonomi Politik Utang. Galia Indonesia. Jakarta
3. Didin S. Damanhuri. 1996. Ekonomi Politik Alternatif. Pustaka Sinar Harapan. Jakarta
4. Didin S. Damanhuri, et all. 1997. Tinjauan Kritis Idiologi Liberalisme dan Sosialisme.
Balitbang Depdagri. Jakarta
5. Didin S. Damanhuri, et all. 1997. Ekonomi Politik Indonesia. Balitbang Depdagri.
Jakarta
6. Didin S. Damanhuri. 1998. Pilar-pilar Reformasi Ekonomi Politik Indonesia. CIDES.
Jakarta
7. Didin S. Damanhuri. 2006. Korupsi, Reformasi Birokrasi dan Masa Depan Ekonomi
Indonesia. LP FEUI. Jakarta
8. Didin S, Damanhuri. Tanpa Tahun. Ekonomi Makro. PPM (tidak dipublikasikan) Jakarta
9. Sritua Arief dan Adi Sasono. 1981. Indonesia: Ketergantungan dan Keterbelakangan.
LSP. Jakarta.

Code : ECO 4602


Name : RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : Econometrics II
Course Description:
This course discusses the methodology and techniques of scientific research. Topics to be
covered include concept, principles, philosophy, and the application of research method
(qualitative and quantitative) scientifically
Prescribed Texts:
1. Cooper, Donald R., C. William Emory., Business Research Methods, 5th ed, Richard R.
Irwin, Inc (Cooper)
2. Sugiyono, Metode Penelitian Bisnis, Penerbit Alfabeta, 2003
3. Nasir. M, Metode Penelitian, Ghalia Indonesia, 2004

Code : ECO 4304


Name :INDONESIAN ECONOMY
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : Macro Economy II
Course Description:
This course studies economic system in Indonesia in its presidential periods. This course
also discusses policies made and ever taken to solve economic problems in Indonesia.
Prescribed Texts:
1. Ali, AM. Hasan dan M. Nadratuzzaman Hosen. Tanya Jawab Ekonomi Syariah. Jakarta:
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2. Antonio, Muhammad Syafi’i. Bank Syariah: Dari Teori Ke Praktik. Jakarta: Gema Insani.
2001.
3. Arifin, Bustaul, Analisis Ekonomi Pertanian Indonesia, Jakarta: Penerbit Buku Kompas,
2004.
4. Basri, Faisal. Perekonomian Indonesia: Tantangan dan Harapan Bagi Kebangkitan
Ekonomi Indonesia. Jakarta: Erlangga. 2002.
5. Dumairy, Perekonomian Indonesia, Jakarta: Penerbit Erlangga, 1999.
6. Juoro, Umar & Mohamad Ikhsan. Reformasi dan Pembangunan Ekonomi, Jurnal
Demokasi dan HAM, Vol. 1 No.2, September – November 2000, Jakarta : Habibie
Center, 2000.
7. Ma’turudi, Didin Hafidhuddin. Peran Pembiayaan Syariah dalam Pembangunan
Pertanian di Indonesia. Bogor: Unit Pelaksanaan Mata Kuliah Dasar Umum IPB. 2007.
8. Puspoyo, Widjanarko, Perum Bulog dalam Memperkuat Ketahanan Pangan Nasional,
Jakarta: Penerbit Buku Kompas, 2006.
9. Rachbini, Didik J, Ekonomi Politik: Paradigma dan Teori Pilihan Terbaik Publik, Jakarta:
Ghalai Indonesia, 2002.
10. , Ekonomi Politik: Paradigma dan Teori Pilihan Terbaik Publik, Jakarta:
Granit, 2004.
11. Tambunan, Tulus. Perekonomian Indonesia: Beberapa Masalah Penting. Jakarta: Ghalia
Indonesia. 2001.
12. Wie, Thee Kian. Pembangunan, Kebebasan dan Mukjizat Orde Baru, Jakarta: Penerbit
Buku Kompas. 2004.

Code : ECO4703
Name :ISLAMIC WEALTH MANAGEMENT
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : Macro II
Course Description:
This course studies about maal or wealth from Islamic perspectives. This course will cover
topics such as wealth collection, wealth management, and also obligation towards wealth
such as zakat and tax.
Prescribed Texts:

Code : ECO4501
Name :ISLAMIC CAPITAL MARKET
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : MGT2201
Course Description:
This course discusses the notion of capital market based on sharia principles and
instruments that exist therein. This course also addresses the issue of Sharia which is
common practice in the capital markets. Also discussed is the basic concept of maqasid
Sharia. Students are expected to understand the theory and practice of capital markets
based either on conventional or Sharia.
Prescribed Texts:

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1. Antonio Syafii Muhammad, M.Sc. Bank Syariah dari Teori ke Praktik, Bank Indonesia,
Jakarta, 2000.
2. Abdullah, Taufik (ed.),. 1982. Agama, Etos Kerja dan Perkembangan Ekonomi. Jakarta:
LP3ES.
3. Ebenstein, W. 1980. Todays Ism. New Jersey: Prentice Hall.
4. Keynes, J.M. The General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money, Harcourt Brace,
New York, 1963.
5. Maryadi dan Syamsuddin (ed.),. 2001. Agama Spiritualisme dalam Dinamika Ekonomi
Politik. Surakarta: Muhamamdiyah University Press.
6. Muhammad dan R.Lukman Faurani. 2002. Visi Al-Qur’an Tentang Etika dan Bisnis.
Jakarta: Salemba Diniyah.
7. Peterson, Wallace C. 1997. “Capitalism”, dalam Internet Microsoft, Encarta 97
Encyclopedia 1993-1996.
8. Achsien, Iggi H., Investasi Syari’ah di Pasar Modal : Menggagas Konsep dan Praktek
ManajemenPortofolio Syari’ah (Jakarta : Gramedia Pustaka Utama, 2000), cet. I.
9. Sabiq, Sayyid, Fiqh al-Sunnah (Beirut : Dar al-Fikr, 1983), cet.IV, jld. III.
10. Vogel, Frank E. dan Hayes, Samuel L., Islamic Law and Finance : Religion Risk and
Return (the Hague-London-Boston : Kluwer Law International, 1998
11. Syahatah., Husein & Fayyadh., Athiyyah, Bursa Efek Tuntunan Islam dalam Transaksi
di Pasar Modal, Surabaya, Pustaka Progressif, 2004
12. Hanafi., Mamduh., Manajemen Keuangan, BPFE, Yogyakarta, 2006
13. Wdiatmojo., Sawidji., Cara Sehat Investasi di Pasar Modal, Jurnalindo Aksara Grafika,
jakarta, 1996
14. Billah, Mohd Ma’sum. 2009. Penerapan Pasar Modal Islam. Sweet & Maxwell Asia:
Selangor, Malaysia
15. Sembel Roy, dan Fardiansyah, Tedy, Sekuritas Derivatif : Madu atau Racun?Konsep
danAplikasi Sekuritas Derivatif untuk Mesin Uang dan Manajemen Risiko (Jakarta :
Salemba Empat, 2002), edisi I.
16. Rosi, Fahror. 2009. “ Analisis faktor-faktor yang mempengaruhi prediksi peringkat
obligasi syariah (sukuk)”. Skripsi.Bogor
17. Widhiadari, Adhita.”Rangkuman Sukuk”.Fakultas Ekonomi Universitas
Indonesia.2009
18. Iqbal, Munawar and Llewellyn, David T. (2002), Islamic Banking and Finance: New
Perspectives in Profit Sharing and Risk, London: Edward Elgar Publishers
19. Malaysian Global First Ijara Sukuk, (2001), Guthrei’ Plantation’s Issue Prospectus
Qatar Global Sukuk (2003), Issue Prospectus of Ijara Sukuk Tabreed Financing
Corporation (2004), Issuance Prospectus for Tabreed Global Istisna’ tsumma Ijara
Sukuk
20. Fatwa DSN-MUI Nomor 32/DN-MUI/IX/2002 tentang Obligasi Syariah.
21. Badan Pengawas Pasar Modal dan Lembaga Keuangan DEPKEU 2007
22. Seputar investasi, download di www.investasisyariah.com
23. Sulfianto, Arif.S,Hut, Tesis Screening Pada Investasi Syariah.
24. Rivai, Veithzal. 2009. ISLAMIC HUMAM CAPITAL Dari Teori ke Praktik Manajemen
Sumber Daya Islami. Jakarta: PT RajaGrafindo.
25. Antonio, Muhammad Syafi’i, (1999), Bank Syariah Bagi Bankinr & Praktisi Keuangan,

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26. Boy Leon, Sonny Ericson, 2007. Manajemen AKtiva Pasiva Bank Non Devisa, cetakan 1.
27. Endang Setyowati, dkk. Manajemen Likuiditas Perbankan Syari’ahdalam
Shariaeconomy.blogspot.com
28. Julius R. Latumaerissa. 1999. Mengenal Aspek-aspek Operasi Bank Umum. Jakarta :
Bumi Aksara.
29. Kasmir. 2004. Pemasaran Bank . Jakarta : Prenada Media.
30. Lembaga Penjamin Simpana Dalam www.wikipedia.com
31. Mucdarsyah Sinungan. 1993. Manajemen Dana Bank. Jakarta: Bumi Aksara.
32. Selamet Riyadi. 2006. Banking Assets and Liability ManagementJakarta : UI Press.
33. Siswanto Sutojo. 1997. Manajemen Terapan Bank. Jakarta : Binaman Pressindo.
34. Sofiniyah Ghufron, Sofiniyah. 2005. Konsep dan Implementasi Bank Syari’ah Jakarta :
Renaisan.
35. Syafi’I Antoniio. 2001. Bank Syariah dari Teori ke Praktek. Jakarta : Gema Insani
36. Youssef Shaheed Maroun.2002. Liquidity Management and Trade financing in Islamic
Finance ; Innovation and Growth. London : Euromoney Books.
37. Zainul Arifin. 2006. Dasar-Dasar Manajemen Bank Syariah,Cetakan 4
38. Burton, John, 2009, “Islamic Bond Issues Seen Dropping Further,” Financial Times,
Capital Markets, January 22. Burton, John, 2009,
39. Hesse, Heiko, Jobst, Andreas A., and Juan Solé, 2008b, “Quo Vadis Islamic Finance?,”
RGE Monitor (November 27), 28-33 (available at: http://www.rgemonitor.com/us-
monitor/254573/quo_vadis_islamic_finance).
40. Jobst, Andreas A., Kunzel, Peter, Mills, Paul, and Amadou Sy, 2008, “Islamic Bond
Issuance – What Sovereign Debt Managers Need to Know,” International Journal of
Islamic & Middle East Finance and Management 1(4)
41. Nurul Huda dan Mustafa Edwin Nasution,Investasi Pada Pasar Modal
Syariah,(Jakarta:kencana 2008) ed. Revisi cet. Ke-2
42. Himpunan Fatwa Dewan Syariah Nasional, 2004, Cet. Kedua
43. Hakim, Cecep Maskanul, 2005, Obligasi Syariah di Indonesia: Kendala dan Prospek,
Makalah, disampaikan pada kuliah informal Ekonomi Islam, Fakultas Universitas
Indonesia, 16 April 2005.
44. Zuhaily, Wahabah, 1989, al Fiqh al Islami wa adillatuhu, Juz 3, Damaskus: Cet. Ketiga
45. Billah, Mohd Ma’sum. 2009. Penerapan Pasar Modal Islam. Sweet & Maxwell Asia:
Selangor, Malaysia
46. Securities Commision Malaysia, 2009. Introduction to Islamic Capital Market.
LexisNexis Malaysia Sdn Bhd
47. Anoraga, Pandji dan Pakarti, Piji. 2001, Pengantar Pasar Modal, Jakarta: PT Rineka
Cipta.
48. Sembel Roy, dan Fardiansyah, Tedy, Sekuritas Derivatif : Madu atau Racun?Konsep dan
Aplikasi Sekuritas Derivatif untuk Mesin Uang dan Manajemen Risiko (Jakarta :
Salemba Empat, 2002), edisi I

Code : ECO4502
Name : ISLAMIC MONETARY SYSTEM
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Prerequisite : Financial Management, Macro Economy II


Course Description:
This subject equips the students with the knowledge of Islamic monetary policy and its
application. In addition banking systems and money theories from various Moslem
scholars will also be explained. Students will be involved in many discussions and
presentations as well as tasks related to the subject. To enrich the students’ knowledge,
this subject will also refer to various unbiased sources that are easily understood by
students.
Prescribed Texts:
1. Towards a Just Monetary System, Umer Chapra
2. Tarek el-Diwany, The Problem With Interest.
3. Relevant Papers to be circulated during each session

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COURSE DESCRIPTION
DEPARTMENT: ISLAMIC BUSINESS LAW ( MUAMALAH)

Code : LAW3108
Name : BUSINESS LEGAL CONTRACT
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : None
Course Description:
This subject is a core subject of the Muamalah major. It explores deeply into legal aspects
of business contracts for either domestic or international corporations. In addition, by the
end of the lecture, legal aspects of business according to Islam is also examined which is
the main characteristic of Tazkia University College of Islamic Economics.
Prescribed Texts
1. Badrulzaman, Mariam Darus, Kitab Undang-Undang Hukum Perdata Buku III Tentang
Hukum Perikatan dengan Penjelasan (Bandung: Alumni, 1983).
2. Budiono, Herlien, Ajaran Umum Hukum Perjanjian dan Penerapannya Di bidang
Kenotariatan (Bandung, PT. Cipta Aditya Bakti, 2009).
3. Budiono, Herlien, Asas Keseimbangan bagi Hukum Perjanjian Indonesia, Hukum
Perjanjian Berlandaskan Asas-asas Wigati Indonesia (Bandung: PT. Cipta Aditya
Bahti, 2006).
4. Djumhana, Muhammad, Hukum Perbankan di Indonesia, (Bandung: PT. Citra Aditya
Bakti, 1993).
5. Fuady, Munir, Hukum Kontrak (Dari Sudut Pandang Hukum Bisnis) cetakan kedua,
(Bandung: PT Citra Aditya Bakti, 2007)
6. Fuady, Munir, Pengantar Hukum Bisnis, (Bandung : PT.Citra Aditya Bakti, cetakan ke
II, 2005)
7. Harahap, M. Yahya, Hukum Perseroan Terbatas, (Jakarta: Sinar Grafika, 2009).
8. Hernoko, Agus Yudha, Hukum Perjanjian Azas Proposionalitas dalam Kontrak
Komersial (Yogyakarta: LaksBang Mediatama, 2008).
9. HS. H. Salim, Perkembangan Hukum Kontrak di luar KUHPerdata (Jakarta: PT. Raja
Grafindo Persada, 2006).
10. Miru, Ahmadi, Hukum Kontrak Perancangan Kontrak, (Jakarta: PT RajaGrafindo
Persada, 2008).
11. Naja, HR. Daeng, Hukum Kredit dan Bank Garansi (Bandung: PT. Citra Aditya Bakti,
2005).
12. Subekti. R, Hukum Perjanjian, Cetakan Kedelapan puluh satu, (Jakarta, Intermasa,
2005).
13. Widjaya, I.G. Rai, Merancang Suatu Kontrak, Cetakan Kelima (Jakarta: Kesaint Blanc :
2008).
14. Dewi, Gemala dkk. Hukum Perikatan Islam di Indonesia. (Jakarta: Kencana, 2006)
15. Ali, Mohammad Daud Asas-asas Hukum Islam,Cet. Ke-5 Jakarta: CV. Rajawali, 2000.

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Code : LAW2204
Name : CONTEMPORARY FIQH MUAMALAH
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : Fiqh Mu`amalah I dan II
Course Description:
Among the subjects covered are contracts used in the Islamic Capital Market, contracts
used for obligations, stocks and options, etc. as well as contracts for financial solutions
from conventional to Sharia, tawarruq, foreign exchange, sukuk, life insurance, loss, etc.
Prescribed Texts:
1. FI Fiqh Muamalat Maliyah Muashiroh Qiroat Jadidah, Dr. Nazih Hammad , Daar Qolm
Damaskus Cet I th 2007
2. Al-fiqh al-Islami wa adillathu, Dr. Wahbah al-Zukhaili, Dar al-Fikr, Beirut Lebanon
3. Fiqh Muamalat Maliyah , Dr. Rafiq Yunus Misriy , Dar Qolam Damskus Cet II th 2007
4. Qodhaya Fiqhiyyah Muashiroh fil mal wa iqtishod, Nazih Hammad, Daar Qolam,
Damaskus Cet I 2001
5. Buhuts Fi Fqh Muamalat Maliyah Muashiroh , Dr. Muhyiddin Ali Qaradaghi, Daar
Basyair Islamiyyah Cet I th 2001
6. Fatwa DSN Majelis Ulama Indonesia

Code : LAW 3209


Name : FIQH QADHA' / JUDICATURE FIQH
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : None
Course Description:
This is a compulsory subject in the Mu’amalah major, it equips the students to understand
how fiqh qadha’ must be implemented. Fiqh qadha’ is a part of how Islamic law is
determined in society and it must be based on legitimate sources from the Holy Qur’an and
As-Sunnah.
Prescribed Texts:
‫كتاب القضاء وفيه مسائل منها معنى القضاء وحكمه وفضله وخطره وآداب القاضي وصفة الحكم والدعاوى والبينات‬

Code : LAW 3212


Name : FIQIH AD-DAULAH / FIQIH AS-SIYĀSI
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : None
Course Description:
This is an optional or electable subject that discourses and follows the journey of the
Prophet Muhammad PBUH in politics and society. This subject is very important as it
discusses the correlation between politics, economy and social. In addition, this subject
studies and researches Islamic politics, so as to avoid a misunderstanding of how politics

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in Islam is wrong, whereas Islam spreads Allah’s mercy for the universe.
Prescribed Texts:
1. Imām Al Mawardi, 2000, Al Ahkam Asultaniyah Wa al wilāyat Ad-dīniyah, hukum tata
Negara dan kepemimpinan dalam takaran Islam Terj. Abdul hayyi el katani, kamaludin
Nurdin, Jakarta : Gema Issani Press,
2. Ihza Mahendra, Yusril, 1996, Gema Insani Dinamika Tatanegara Indonesia, Jakarta :
Gema Insani Press.
3. Al-ghazaly,Muhammad, 2000, Ad-da’wah al islamiyah fi alqarnu al hāli Kairo : dar as-
yuruq.
4. Al- Qurdhawy, Yusuf, 1992, Liqā’āt wa muhāwarāt haula qadāya al islām wa al ashr
Kairo : Maktabah wahbah.
5. Al-qurdhawy, Yusuf, 2001, Min fiqhi ad daulah fi al islām , Kairo : dār asyurūq,
6. Al-Qardhawy , Yusuf 1997, Madkhal lidirosāt as-syari’ah Al Islāmiyah, Kairo :
Maktabah wahbah,
7. Al Qurdhawy, Yusuf , 2003, Bayināt al hil al islāmy wa syubuhāt al ilmāniyyīn wa al-
muthagharibīn, kairo: Maktabah wahbah.

Code : LAW4308
Name : AHKAM HADITHS
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : None
Course Description:
Even though this is an optional subject, it is very important for students studying the
Muamalah major. For there are discussions in usulul hadiths from the point of istinbath
law taken from muamalah cases. The discussions in this subject will support mujtahid and
mujtahid candidates in determining policies or verdicts in cases.
Prescribed Texts:
1. Abdurahim Sa’īd, Humām, 1231 H., Mausu’ah Ahādits Ahkam mu’āmalāt, Saudi Arabia :
Dar al kautsar
2. Ismail As-shan’āny, Muhammad, 2000, Subulu salam syarh bulūghu al marām, Kairo, :
Dar Al-Hadīts.
3. Az-zuhaily, Wahbah 1997, Fiqhul Islami wa adilatuh, Beirut ,Dār el-fiqr.
4. Fathu Al Bāri syarah Shahīh al bukhari, Abu al fadl Ahmad bin Ali bin Muhammad bin
Ahmad Ibnu Hajar al atsqalāny, dar el fikr, Beirut
5. Al Minhāj Syarh shahīh Muslim bin Al Hajāj, Abu Zakariya yahya bin syaraf bin marwy
an nawawy, Dar Ihyā at turāts Al araby, Beirut, Cet II 1392 H.
6. Aun al-ma’būd syarh sunan abī dāwūd, Muhammad syamsu al ahaq al-adzīm ābādī abu
at-thayib, dar el-kutub al ilmiyah, Beirut, Cet II 1415
7. Tuhfah al-ahwadzī syarah Jāmi’ At Turmudzi, Abu Al ‘alā Muhammad bin Abdurahman
Al-Mubarkafuri, Dar el-kutub Alimiyah, Beirut
8. Dakhiratu al-uqbā fi syarh al mujtaba syarah sunan an-nasa’ī, Mumammad bin Ali bin
ādam bin musa al atsyūbi al-walawy, dar al-mi’rāj ad-dauliyah , 1996

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Code : LAW2101
Name : ISLAMIC BUSINESS LAW
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : None
Course Description:
Islamis Business Law is compulsory, that delves and discourses all aspects regarding the
legality of business law and its theory and practice, either from the legality of positive law
or from the stand point of Sharia. Students will be equipped with the knowledge on
various business types and models either from the stand point of Sharia or positive law.
Prescribed Texts:
1. Faisal Salam Moch., 2006, Pertumbuhan Hukum Bisnis Syari’ah diindonesia, Jakarta :
Pustaka.
2. Burton Simatupang, Richard, 2003, Aspek Hukum Dalam Bisnis, Jakarta: Rineka Cipta
3. Sutedi, Adrian, 2007, Hukum Perbankan, Jakarta : Sinar Grafika.
4. Ali, Zainuddin, 2008, Hukum Asuransi Syari’ah, Jakarta : Sinar Grafika.
5. Fuady , Munir 1994, Hukum Bisnis dalam teori dan praktek, Bandung : Citra Aditya
Bakti.
6. Jabir Al-Al wani, Taha 2005, terjemah Suharsono, Bisnis Islam, Yogyakarta: Ak grup.
7. Ahmad, Mustak, 2006, Etika Bisnis Islam, Terj. Samson Rahman.Jakarta : Al Kautsar,
8. Badan Arbitrase Muamalat Indonesia, 1994 Arbitrase Islam diindonesia,
9. Sanusi Bintang & Dahlan, 2000, Pokok-Pokok Hukum Ekonomi dan Bisnis, Bandung :
Citra Aditya Bakti.

Code : LAW3305
Name : INTELECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : Sosiologi Hukum Islam
Course Description:
This is a compulsory subject in the Muamalah major. This subject equips the students with
the knowledge of Intellectual Property Rights and its variations. Intellectual Property
Rights has become a contemporary issue since the Industrial Revolution in Europe. In
addition, the emergence of capitalism has also made intellectual property rights a global
issue that compels every country to acknowledge it. Indonesia has decreed several laws on
intellectual property rights. With the development of Islamic economy this issue has
become worthy to be discussed from the perspective of Islamic Economy Law. The lecture
will discourse in a comprehensive manner concerning the intellectual property in the

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forms of copyright, patent, trademark, Industrial design rights, trade secret Rights, rights
in layout designs of integrated circuits and rights over Plant Varieties. In addition, this
course also analysis the existence of INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY in the system of Islamic
law.
Prescribed Texts:
1. Abu Zaid, Bakr bin Abdullah. Fiqh An-Nawazil : Qadhaya Fiqhiyah Mu'ashirah. Beirut :
Muasasah Risalah, 1996.
2. Al-Duraini, Fathi. Al-Fiqh Al-Islamy Al-Muqaran Ma'a Al-Madzahib. Damaskus :
Maktabah Thurbin, 1980.
3. A-Muslih, Abdullah. Al-Milkiyah Al-Khashah Fi Asy-Syariah Al-Islamiyah Wa
Muqaranatuha Litijahat Al-Mu'ashirah.
4. Arthur Wineburg (ed). Intellectual Property Protection in Asia. Butterworth Legal
Publishers, 1994.
5. Carlos M. Correa. Intelectual Property Rights, the WTO and Developing Countries,
Penang : Third World Network, 2000
6. Dirjen Hak Kekayaan Intelektual Departemen Hukum dan Hak Asasi Manusia Republik
Indonesia., Kompilasi Peraturan Perundang-undangan Hak Kekayaan Intelektual.
Jakarta : Dephum dan HAM, 2007.
7. Djumhana, M. dan Djubaedillah. Hak Milik Intelektual : Sejarah, Teori dan prakteknya
di Indonesia, Bandung : Penerbit PT. Citra Aditya Bakti, 2003.
8. Doris Estelle Long & Anthony D'Amato, A Course Book in International Intellectual
Property. St. Paul. Minn. West Group, 2000.
9. Ikhwan. Perlindungan Hak Cipta Menurut Hukum Nasional dan Hukum Islam. Jakarta :
PT. Logos Wacana Ilmu, 1999.
10. Lindsey, Tim, Hak Kekayaan Intelektual : Suatu Pengantar, Bandung : PT Alumni, 2006
11. AM. Bambang Prawiro, Hak Cipta Dalam Islam, Jakarta : Hambali Swadaya Putra, 2009
12. Eddy Damian, Hukum Hak Cipta, Bandung : Alumni, Cet. ke-3, 2005.
13. Buku Panduan Hak Kekayaan Intelektual. Jakarta: Direktorat Jenderal Hak Kekayaan
Intelektual Kementerian Hukum dan Hak Asasi Manusia Republik Indonesia, 2010.

Code : LAW3106
Name : ISLAMIC INVESTMENT LAW
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : None
Course Description:
This course is designed to provide knowledge for the student about theory, concept and
process investment regulations in Indonesia. Focusing on the know-how of the
management concept of investment in order to comply with the laws, Islamic Laws and
National Laws.
Prescribed Texts:
1) Kitab Suci al-Qur’an dan Hadits
2) Fiqhul Islam Wa adillatuhu. Wahbah Zuhaili
3) Investment, Bodie
4) Huala Adolf, Hukum Ekonomi Internasional, Suatu Pengantar, PT. Raja Grafindo

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Persada, Jakarta.
5) Hukum Pasar Modal, Bapepam-LK
6) UU No. 25 Tahun 2007 Tentang Penanaman Pasar Modal

Code : LAW3306
Name : CORPORATE LAW
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : None
Course Description:
This subject covers all legal aspects of considerations in selecting business forms, forms of
corporate organizations, legal corporate entities, equity ownership, the legal aspects of
corporate restructuration: merger, joint ventures, acquisitions and spin-offs,
restructuration and privatizations of state owned corporations, group companies and
corporate liabilities. Since, this subject refers to national laws, conventions and customs in
corporate law therefore this subject also discusses legal cases and their verdicts.
Prescribed Texts:
1. Kitab Undang-Undang Hukum Perdata.
2. Kitab Undang-Undang Hukum Dagang.
3. UU No. 19 Tahun 2003, UU No. 40 Tahun 2007, UU No. 28 Tahun 2004, UU No. 30
Tahun 1999, UU No.9 Tahun 1995, UU No. 25 Tahun 1992, UU No. 8 Tahun 1995
4. Abdulkadir Muhammad, 1991, Pengantar Hukum Perusahaan Indonesia, Citra Aditya
Bakti, Bandung
5. Johannes Ibrahim & Lindawaty Sewu, 2004, Hukum Bisnis dalam Persepsi Manusia
Modern, Ref ika Aditama, Bandung
6. Johannes Ibrahim, 2006, Hukum Organisasi Perusahaan Pola Kemitraan dan Badan
Hukum, Refika Aditama, Bandung.
7. Munir Fuady, 1999, Hukum Perusahaan (Dalam Paradima Hukum Bisnis) , Citra
Aditya Bakti, Bandung.
8. Sanusi Bintang & Dahlan, 2000, Pokok-Pokok Hukum Ekonomi dan Bisnis, Citra
Aditya Bakti, Bandung

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Code : LAW 3114


Name : TAXATION LAWS
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : None
Course Description:
This course is designed to give the student an understanding of the tax laws especially
Indonesian tax laws. After completing this course, students will understand the tax status
in Islam, the rights and obligations of the taxpayer, the rights and obligations of the tax
authorities, tax related penalties, and taxes comparisons in Indonesia and other countries.
Prescribed Texts:
5. Gus Fahmi. 2008. Pajak Menurut Perspektif Syariah. Penerbit. (GF)
6. Suandi, Erly., Hukum., Edisi 3., 2006., Penerbit Salemba Empat (SE)
7. Perpajakan Indonesia, Drs Waluyo, M.Sc., MM dan Drs Wiryawan B.Ilyas, M.Si, Salemba
Empat, Edisi terakhir ( 2010 )
8. Perpajakan Indonesia, Sony Devano, SE., M.Ak dan Siti Kurnia, SE., M.Si., Ak,Prenada
Media Group, Jakarta, tahun 2006.
9. Peraturan – peraturan yang terkait dengan masing-masing pokok bahasan : Peraturan,
Pemerintah, Kepres, Peraturan Menteri Keuangan, Peraturan Dirjen Pajak dan Surat
Edaran.
10. John Hutagaol, Darussalam, Dani Septriadi, 2006. Kapita selekta Perpajakan, Jakarta;
Salemba Empat. (JDD)

Code : LAW3017
Name : ISLAMIC CAPITAL MARKET LAW
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : None
Course Description:
This session designed to provide knowledge for the student about theory, concept and

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process in capital market, especially from Islamic perspective.


Prescribed Texts:
1. Kitab Suci al-Qur’an dan Hadits
2. Fiqhul Islam Wa adillatuhu. Wahbah Zuhaili
3. Asril Sitompul, Pasar Modal, Penawaran Umum dan Permasalahannya, PT. Citra Aditya
Bakti, Bandung
4. Munir Fuady, Pasar Modal Modern (Tinjauan Hukum), PT. Citra Aditya Bakti, Bandung.
5. UU No. 25 Tahun 2007 Tentang Penanaman Pasar Modal

Code : LAW2103
Name : ISLAMIC BANKING LAW
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : None
Course Description:
The Islamic Banking Law studies the Islamic law system of the operational
implementation of Islamic banking. This course also studies banking management,
financial instruments, Islamic banking health, and also dispute settlements in Islamic
business.
Prescribed Texts:
1. Wahbah Zuhaili, 1999,Al-Fiqh al-Islami wa Adillatuh, Jilid IV, (Dar al-Fikr),
2. Perwataatmadja, Karnaen. Muhammad Syafii. 1992. Apa dan Bagaimana Bank Islam.
Yogyakarta : Dana Bhakti Wkaf.
3. Susanto, Burhanuddin. 2008. Hukum Perbankan Syariah di Indonesia. Yogyakarta : UII
Pres
4. Muslehuddin, Muhammad. 1990. Sistem Perbankan dalam Islam. Jakarta : Rineka Cipta.
5. Warkum Sumitro. Asas-asas Perbankan Islam dan Lembaga-lembaga yang terkait.
(Jakarta : PT.Raja Grafindo. 1996)
6. Sudarsono, Heri. 2007. Bank dan Lembaga Keuangan Syariah. Yogyakarta : Ekonisia.
7. Sumitro, Warkum. 1996. Asas-asas Perbanlan Islam dan Lembaga terkait. Malang :
PT.Raja Grafindo Persada.
8. Sejarah Hukum Perbnkkan Syari’ah di Indonesia, http://mhugm.wikidot.com/
artikel:012

Code : LAW3105
Name : CIVIL LAW

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Credit Points : 3 Credit Points


Prerequisite : None
Course Description:
This course is one of the compulsory courses in the Muamalah major. This course shall
equip students with the entire norms of civil law or the aspects of life that are included
within the scope of civil law in Indonesia and its practical application in society as well as
its development either through legislation or jurisprudence.
Prescribed Texts:
1. R. Subekti; Hukum Perdata, ((Jakarta: Praditya Paramita, 1983)
2. R. Subekti, Kitab Undang-undang Hukum Perdata, (Jakarta: Praditya Paramita,
1985) .
3. Vollmar, Pengantar Hukum Perdata, (Jakarta: Raja Grafindo Persada, 1964).
4. PNH Simanjuntak, Pokok-Pokok Hukum Perdata Indonesia,(Jakarta:Djambatan,
1999)
5. Asis Safieodin, Beberapa Hal tentang burgerlijk Wetboek, Alumni, Bandung, 1986
6. Ansori Ahmad, Sejarah Dan Kedudukan BW di Indonesia, Rajawali, Jakarta, 1986
7. C.S.T. Kansil dan Christine Kansil, Modul Hukum Perdata, Pradnya Paramita, 2000,
Jakarta
8. FX Suhardana, Hukum Perdata I, PT Prenhallindo, Jakarta, 2001
9. Pitlo, A, Het Systeem van het Nederlandse Privaatrecht, Diterjemahkan oleh
Djasadin Saragih, Suatu Pengantar Asas-Asas Hukum Perdata, Alumni, Bandung,
1973.
10. M. Hasbi Ash-Shiddiqie, Pengantar Hukum Islam, (Jakarta: Bulan Bintang, 1958)
11. M. Hasbi Ash Shidiqie, Hukum-Hukum Fiqih Islam:Tinjauan Antar Mazhab
(Semarang: Pustaka Rizki Putra, 1998)
12. Muhammad Daud Ali, Hukum Islam: Pengantar Ilmu Hukum dan Tata Hukum Islam
di Indonesia (Jakarta: Raja Grafindo Persada, 1996).
13. Prof. Dr. Wahbah Az-Zuhaili, Konsep Darurat Dalam Hukum Islam- Studi Banding
Dengan Hukum Positif (Jakarta: Gaya Media Pratama, 1997).
14. Wael B Hallag, Sejarah Teori Hukum Islam (Jakarta: Raja Grafindo Persada, 2000)
15. Abdul Wahab Khallaf, Kaidah-Kaidah Hukum Islam, (Jakarta: Raja Garafindo
Persada, 2000).
16. Wahbah Zuhaili, alfiqh wa adillatuhu, (Beirut: Dar al-Fikr al-Mu’asir, 1986)
17. Prof. Dr. Mukhtar Yahya & Prof. Drs. Fatchurrahman, Dasar-dasar Pembinaan
Hukum Fiqh Islami, (Bandung: Al-Ma’arif, 1997).
18. Abdul Wahab Khalaf, Sejarah Pembentukan Dan Perkembangan Hukum Islam,
(Jakarta: Rajawali Press,1998).
19. Nur A. Fadhil. Lubis,, Hukum Islam: Dalam Kerangka Teorities Fiqh dan Tata Hukum
Indonesia (Medan: Pustaka Widyasarana, 1995).
20. Heer, Nicholas (ed.), Islamic law and Jurisprudence: studies in Honor of Farhat J.
Ziadeh (Seattle: Univesity of Washington Press, 1990).
21. N.J. Goulson, A History Of Islamic Law, (Edinburgh: Edinburgh Univ. Press, 1964)

Code : LAW 3116


Name : INTERNATIONAL CIVIL LAW

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Credit Points : 3 Credit Points


Prerequisite : None
Course Description:
This course aims to equip students with the knowledge, understanding and ability to solve
legal problems containing international elements. This material is important to be studied
by students who will either be a notary, lawyer, judge, Embassy Staff, and employees of
multinational companies.
Prescribed Texts:
1. Prof. Dr. Sudargo Gautama, Pengantar Hukum Perdata Internasional Indonesia, Bina
Cipta.
2. Prof. Dr. Sudargo Gautama, Hukum Perdata Internasional Indonesia jilid I buku 1 dan
Jilid II buku 2 & 3, Eresco.
3. Prof. Dr. Sudargo Gautama, Hukum Perdata Internasional Indonesia Jilid II buku ke
4,5,6,7,8, Alumnus.
4. Prof. Dr. Sudargo Gautama, Kapita Selecta HPI, Alumni.
5. Prof. Dr. Sudargo Gautama, Hukum Antar Golongan
6. Prof. Dr. C.P.G. Sumaryati Hartono, Pokok-Pokok Hukum Perdata Internasional, Bina
Cipta
7. Bayu Seto, S.H.,LLM, Dasar-dasar HPI, Buku ke I, Citra Aditya Bakti
8. Prof. Dr. Wiryono Projodikoro, Asas-asas HPI, PT. Bale Bandung
9. Ridwan Khairandy, Pengantar Hukum Perdata Internasional, Yogyakarta : FH – UI
Press.
10. Boer Mauna, Hukum Internasional : Pengertian, Peranan, dan Fungsi Dalam Era
Dinamika Global, Edisi Kedua, Cetakan ke-1 , PT. Alumni, Bandung, 2005.
11. Mochtar Kusumaatmadja dan Etty R. Agoes, Pengantar Hukum Internasional, Edisi
Kedua.
12. Abu Zaid, Bakr bin Abdullah. Fiqh An-Nawazil : Qadhaya Fiqhiyah Mu'ashirah.
Beirut : Muasasah Risalah, 1996.
13. Al-Duraini, Fathi. Al-Fiqh Al-Islamy Al-Muqaran Ma'a Al-Madzahib. Damaskus :
Maktabah Thurbin, 1980.
14. A-Muslih, Abdullah. Al-Milkiyah Al-Khashah Fi Asy-Syariah Al-Islamiyah Wa
Muqaranatuha Litijahat Al-Mu'ashirah.

Code : LAW 3112


Name : SECURITIES LAW
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : None
Course Description:
This course will discourse the laws that regulate securities, starting from the legal
concepts of securities until the legal issues relating to securities.
Prescribed Texts:
1. Pengertian Pokok Hukum Dagang: Hukum Surat Berharga, HMN.Purwosujipto
2. KUHD dan KUH Perdata, R. Subekti, SH, dan R. Tjitrosudibio, 1994
3. Hukum Surat Berharga Syariah Negara dan Pengaturannya /RAJ, Burhanuddin Salam

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4. Hukum Dagang Surat Berharga, Emmy Pangaribuan Simandjuntak, SH, 1975.


5. Surat Berharga, Seri Dasar Hukum Ekonomi 6, Peter Machmud et.al (ed), ELIP, 1998
6. Fatwa DSN tentang Surat Berharga
7. Undang-undang No. 19 Tahun 2008 tentang Surat Berharga Syariah Negara
8. Peraturan Pemerintah No. 56 Tahun 2008 tentang Perusahaan Penerbitan Surat
Berharga Syariah Negara
9. Peraturan Pemerintah RI No. 56 Tahun 2011 tentang pembiayaan proyek melalui
penerbitan Surat Berharga Syariah Negara
10. SK Direksi BI No. 28/52/KEP/DIR/1995 tentang Persyaratan Penerbitan dan
Perdagangan Surat Berharga Komersial Melalui Bank Umum di Indonesia
11. Bank Indonesia, Kajian Konstruksi Hukum Instrumen Pembayaran Giral di Indonesia,
2004.

Code : LAW3109
Name : LEGAL DRAFTING
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : Hukum Bisnis Islam
Course Description:
This course provides a basic understanding of legal business documents drafting (business
contracts) and provides training in drafting practice or designing business contract.
Students will be required to master the principles, legal sources, terms, forms, formats,
and other things associated in the preparation of business contract. Students will also be
guided to be skilled in mastering techniques of drafting or designing legal contracts and
applying it in different forms of business contracts including types of Sharia contracts.
Prescribed Texts:
1. Fuady, Munir, Kontrak dalam Perspektif Hukum Bisnis, Citra Aditya Bakti, Jakarta,
2005
2. HS. Salim, Hukum Kontak, Teori dan Penyusunan Kontrak, Sinar Grafika, 2003
3. HS. Salim, Perancangan Kontrak dan MoU, Sinar Grafika, Jakarta, 2007
4. Naja, HR Daeng, Akad Bank Syariah, Pustaka Yusticia, 2011
Simanjuntak, Richardo, Teknik Perancangan Kontrak Bisnis, Kontan. 2006

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Code : LAW4309
Name : LEGAL RESEARCH METHODS
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : None
Course Description:
This course is one of the compulsory courses in the Muamalah major. This course equips
students to be able to design a proposal for scientific research especially in the field of law.
This course provides a groundwork for theory and practice the students’ skills to conduct
research in fields of law both normatively and sociologically. How to determine a suitable
research method with the issues that will be researched, the various things that must be
done by researchers and how to make research reports and also the purpose of research
activities for certain science fields, everything will be given in this subject. This course will
prepare the students to complete their minor thesis on legal issues.
Prescribed Texts:
1. Klaus Krippenddasiff, Content Analiysis : Are Introduction to its Methodology,
Boverley Hills, California Fublication 1980.
2. Lexi J Moleong, Metodologi Penelitian Kualitatif, Edisi Revisi, PT Remaja Rosdakarya,
Bandung, 2006.
3. Ronny Hanitiyo, Metode Penelitian Hukum dan Jurimetri, Citra Aditya Bakti. 1979.
4. Soekanto, Soerjono dan Sri Mamudji. Penelitian Hukum Normatif Suatu Tinjauan
Singkat. Ed. 1. Cet. 9. Jakarta: RajaGrafindo Persada, 2006.
5. Soekanto, Soerjono. Pengantar Penelitian Hukum. Ed. 3. Jakarta: UI Press, 1986
6. Soerjono Soekanto, Metodologi Penelitian Hukum, Alumni, Bandung, 1980.
7. Suharsimi Arikunto, Prosedur Penelitian Suatu Pendekatan Praktek, Rineka Cipta,
Jakarta, 2002
8. Sunggono, Bambang. Metode Penelitian Hukum. Cet. 1. Jakarta: PT Raja
Grafindo Persada, 1997

Code : LAW4307
Name : COMMUNITY EMPOWERMENT
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : None
Course Description:
This course discusses the condition of human resources, culture capital and empowerment
models and community development. Those strategies are done either conceptually or
contextually in the development of local communities. Related to those strategies, also
explained are how potential natural and human resources can be managed by applying the
principals of good governance. The main emphasis in this course is to explain the concept
of participatory development of local communities. Comparing between communities that
had implemented participatory development approach, and other communities that has
not implemented such an approach.
Prescribed Texts:
1. Nugroho, Riant dan Randi W, 2007, Manajemen Pemberdayaan: Sebuah Pengantar dan

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Panduan untuk Pemberdayaan Masyarakat. Jakarta: Elex Media Computindo


2. Halim, Suhartini A. dkk, 2005, Model-model Pemberdayaan Masyarakat, Yogyakarta:
LKiS
3. Aziz, Ali, dan Suhartini A. Halim, 2005, Dakwah Pemberdayaan masyarakat: Paradigma
Aksi Metodologi, Pustaka Pesantren
4. Zubaedi, 2007, Pemberdayaan Masyarakat Berbasis Pesantren, Yogyakarta: Pustaka
Pelajar
5. Sairin, Sjafri, 2002, Perubahan Sosial Masyarakat Indonesia, Yogyakarta : Pustaka
Pelajar
6. Ilahi, M. Munir Wahyudin, 2006, Manajemen Dakwah, Kencana
7. Ife, Jim dan Frank Tresoriero, 2008, Community Development: Alternatif
Pengembangan Masyarakat di Era Global. Yogyakarta: Pustaka Pelajar

Code : LAW4110
Name : ISLAMIC COURTS AND RELIGIOUS COURTS PRACTICE IN INDONESIA
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : None
Course Description:
This course is one of the compulsory courses in Muamalah major. This course equips the
students to know the history of Religious Courts in Indonesia, the development of
Indonesia's religious courts and the power of religious courts in Indonesia. In addition,
this course also provides practical knowledge to the students about the practice religious
courts.
Prescribed Texts:
1. Abdul Halim, Peradilan Agama Dalam Politik Hukum di Indonesia: Dari Otoriter
Konservatif Menuju Konfigurasi Demokratis-Responsif, Rajawali Press, Cet. II, 2002.
2. Cik Hasan Bisri, Peradilan Agama di Indonesia, Bandung : Rajawali Press, Cet. IV, 2003.
3. Daniel S. Lev., Peradilan Agama Islam di Indonesia: Suatu Studi Tentang Landasan
Politik Lembaga-Lembaga Hukum. Diterjemahkan oleh Zaini Ahmad Noeh dari Islamic
Courts in Indonesia: A Study in the Political Bases of Legal Institutions, Intermasa,
Jakarta, Cet. II, 1986.
4. M. Yahya Harahap, Kedudukan, Kewenangan dan Acara Peradilan Agama: Undang-
Undang Nomor 7 Tahun 1989, Pustaka Kartini, Cet. III, 1997.
5. Mr. Hamid Algadri, Politik Belanda Terhadap Islam dan Keturunan Arab di Indonesia,
Jakarta: Penerbit Haji Masagung, Cet. II, 1988.
6. Raihan A. Rasyid, Hukum Acara Peradilan Agama, Jakarta: Rajawali Press,Edisi baru,
IV, 1995.
7. Zaini Ahmad Noeh dan Basit Adnan, Sejarah Singkat Pengadilan Agama Islam di
Indonesia, Penerbit PT. Bina Ilmu, Surabaya, 1983
8. Zuffran Sabrie, Pengadilan Agama Dalam Wadah Negara Pancasila: Dialog
Tentang RUU PA, Jakarta: Penerbit Logos, Cet. I, 2002.

Code : LAW3304
Name : ZAKAT PRACTICES IN ISLAMIC COUNTRIES

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Credit Points : 3 Credit Points


Prerequisite : None
Course Description:
This course is a compulsory course in the Muamalah major, as it equips students to
understand well how zakat is practiced in Islamic countries as it is one of the tenets of
Islam which must be practiced by those who are capable to do so. The practice of zakat
must fulfill the requirements of the Holy Qur’an and As-Sunnah.
Prescribed Texts:
1. Dr. Mustafa Muslim, Mabahits fii ‘ilmi al-Mawarist, Jeddah : Dar al-Manarah, Imam
Muhammad ibn Saudi al-Islami University.
2. Dr. Wahbah Zuhaeli, Al-Fiqh Al-Islam wa Adillatuh, Syiria.
3. Drs. Fathurrahman, Ilmu Mawaris
4. Ahkam al-Mawarist fii al-Fiah al-Islami, Al-Azhar University Cairo
5. Dr. Yasin Ahmad Ibrahim Draawikah, Al-Miraats fii as-Syari’ah al-Islamiyah,
Kulliyah Syari’ah, Jordan University.

Code : LAW3206
Name : SEMINAR OF MUAMALAT ISSUES
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : None
Course Description:
This course deals with the know-how of article and paper writing and presenting issues in
Muamalah. In addition, this course also discourses research articles and special Muamalah
topics, as well as current ones.
Prescribed Texts:
1. Cooper, Donald R., C. William Emory., Business Research Methods, 8th ed, Richard R.
Irwin, Inc (Cooper)
2. Kuncoro, Mudrajad. Metode Kuantitatif, edisi kedua. UPP AMP YPKN
3. Ascarya. Analytical Network Process (ANP) Pendekatan Baru Studi Kualitatif (Paper)
4. Wong, Paul T. P. How to Write a Research Proposal. (Paper)
5. Reid, Alice. A Practical Guide for Writing Proposals. (Paper)
6. Saaty, Thomas L. Theory and Applications of the Analytic Network Process. RWS,
2006
7. Saaty, Thomas L; Ozdemir, Mujgan. The Encyclicon. RWS, 2006
8. Harahap, Sofyan S. TIPS Menulis Skripsi. Jakarta: Pustaka Quantum
9. Buckley, John W; Buckley, Marlene H. Research Methodology and Business Decisions.
London: Sage Publication
10. Kumar, Ranjit. Research Methodology: a Step-by-Step Guide for Beginners. New York:
LONGMAN
11. Suhardono, Edy. Refleksi Metodologi Riset: Panorama Survey. Jakarta: Gramedia
Pustaka
12. Strauss, Anselem; Basics of Qualitative Research. London: Sage Publication
13. Mulyana, Deddy. Metodologi Penelitian Kualitatif. Bandung: ROSDA
14. Arikunto, Suharsimi. Prosedur Penelitian: Suatu Pendekatan Praktek. Jakarta: Rineka

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Cipta
15. Daniel, Moenar. Dilengkapi Beberapa Alat Analisa dan Penuntun Penggunaan. Jakarta:
Bumi Aksara

Code : LAW2301
Name : ISLAMIC LAW SOCIOLOGY
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : None
Course Description:
This course studies human interaction with the law in life.
Prescribed Texts:
1. Kitab Suci al-Qur’an dan Hadits
2. Sudirman Tebba.2003.Sosiologi Hukum Islam. UII Press. Yogyakarta
3. Alvin S. Johnson. 2004. Sosiologi Hukum. Indonesia. Rineka Cipta
4. Prof. Dr. Satjipto Raharjo, SH. 2002. Sosiologi Hukum Perkembangan Metode dan
Pilihan Masalah. Malang. Muhammadiyah University Press
5. Drs. H. Saidus Syahrar,SH. 1986. Asas-Asas Hukum Islam. Alumni. Bandung
6. DR.H.Fathurrahman Djamil,MA.1987.Filsafat Hukum Islam. Logos wacana Ilmu. Jakarta
7. Joseph Schacht.1985. Pengantar Hukum Islam. DEPAG RI. Jakarta

Code : LAW4310
Name : STUDY OF LEGAL ISLAMIC BUSINESS SCRIPTS
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : None
Course Description:
This course is compulsory in the Muamalah major, as it equips the students to understand
the Islamic business law system descriptively according to the requirements and order of
Sharia, as well as how students can master Islamic business scripts correctly, according to
the applied theory and practice, since there is a high risk in conducting business, the
greater the profit earned the greater the risk to be faced.
Prescribed Texts:
Yusanto, Muhamma Ismail., widjajakusuma, Muhammad Karebet, Menggagas Bisnis Islami,
Gema Islami, Jakarta. 2006

Code : LAW2202
Name : HISTORY AND DEVELOPMENT OF ISLAMIC LAW
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : None

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Course Description:
This course will offer an overview of the historical formation and development of shari’ah,
of the debates which led to its solidification in the tenth century, and of the various aspects
of shari’ah which are of current concern in both Indonesia and the Islamic world in
general.
Prescribed Texts:
1. Qattan, Manna. (n.d). Tarikh Tasyri al-Islamiy. Egypt: Maktabah al-wahibah.
2. Christopher Melchert. (1997). The Formation of The Sunni Schools of Law, 9th -10th
Centuries C.E. Leiden: E.J. Brill.
3. Momen, Moojan. (1985). An Introduction to Shi'i Islam, Yale University Press.
4. Antony Black. (2001). The History of Islamic Political Thought: From the Prophet to
Present. Roudledge.
5. Voices of Resurgent Islam. Contributors: John L. Esposito - editor. Publisher: Oxford
University Press. Place of Publication: New York. Publication Year: 1983.
6. Clark Benner Lombardi, (2006). State Law as Islamic Law in Modern Egypt: The
Incorporation of the Shari`a into Egyptian Constitutional Law. Brill, (Studies in Islamic
Law and Society 19).
7. Said Amir Arjomand. (1989). The Turban for the Crown The Islamic Revolution in Iran.
Paperback.
8. Auda, Jasser. (2007). Maqasid al-Shariah as Philosophy of Islamic Law: A Systems
Approach. London: IIIT.
9. Kharoufa, 'Ala' Eddine. (2000). Philosophy of Islamic Shariah and its Contribution to the
Science of Contemporary Law. Jeddah: IRTI.

Code : LAW4111
Name : ECONOMIC CRIMINAL LAW
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : None
Course Description:
This subject deals with the understanding, the background of the emergence of criminal
law in the field of economy, as well as types and case studies from each economic criminal
acts.
Prescribed Texts:
1. UU no 5 tahun 1999 tentang Monopoli dan Persaingan Usaha tidak Sehat, UU No 9 Prp
tahun 1962 LN No 43 tahun 1962 tentang Pengendalian harga
2. UU No 17 Th 2006 tentang Kepabeanan, UU No 7 Drt 1955, UU No 15 Prp tahun 1962,
UU No 8 Prp tahun 1962 LN No 42 tahun 1962 tentang Perdagangan barang-barang
dalam pengawasan, UU No 11 tahun 1965 LN No 54 tahun 1965 tentang Pergudangan
3. UU No 15 tahun 2002 tentang Pencucian uang, Keputusan Kepala PPATK No
2/1/KEP.PPATK/2003
4. UU No 20 Th 2001 tentang Tindak Pidana Korupsi
5. UU nomor 7 tahun 1992 jo UU nomor 10 tahun 1998 tentang Perbankan
6. UU No. 8 tahun 1995 tentang Pasar Modal
7. Undang Undang Nomor 12 Tahun l997 tentang Perubahan atas Undang

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Undang Nomor 6 Tahun l982 tentang Hak Cipta


8. UU No 13 Th 2003 tentang Ketenagakerjaan
9. UU No 8 Th 1999 tentang Perlindungan Konsumen
10. UU No 32 Th 2009 tentang Perlindungan dan Pengelolaan Lingkungan Hidup
11. Edi Setiadi dan Rena Yulia. 2009. Hukum Pidana Ekonomi. Graha Ilmu Yogyakarta
12. Marulak Pardede, 1995.Hukum Pidana Bank. Pustaka Sinar Harapan Jakarta.
13. Andi Hamzah. 1983. Hukum Pidana Ekonomi. Erlangga Jakarta
14. M. Irsan Nasarudin dan Indera Surya. 2004. Aspek Hukum Pasar Modal
Indonesia, Prenada Media, Jakarta
15. N.H.T, Siahaan. 2005. Pencucian Uang dan Kejahatan Perbankan. Pustaka Sinar
Harapan, Jakarta.
16. Sri Rejeki Hartono. 2000. Kapita Selekta Hukum Ekonomi. Mandar Maju
Bandung

Code : LAW4207
Name : USHUL FIQH III (ISLAMIC ECONOMY)
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : None
Course Description:
This subject is one of the compulsory subjects for the Muamalah major. It is a continuation
of Ushul Fiqh 1 and 2. On the subjects of Islamic Economy of Ushul Fiqh, the student will
be equipped with the introduction of the Ushul Fiqh especially for the development of
Islamic Economics. This course focuses on various methods of discoursing Islamic law
such as Ijma’, Qiyas, Mashlahah, Mursalah, Istihsan, Istishab, ‘Urf, istishab, and the theory
of Shahabi and Syar’u man qablana theory. In this course, students are required to be able
to discourse Islamic economic laws using the methods of Ushul Fiqh.
Prescribed Texts:
1. Abu Ishaq Al-Syatibi, Al-I’tisham, Dar Tsaqafah al-Islamiyah, Beirut, tt
2. Ahmad fahmi Abu Sinnah, Al-‘Uruf Wa al-‘Adah Fi Ra’y al-Fuqaha’, Matba’ah al-azhar,
Mesir, 1947.
3. Al-Istihsan wa Tathbiqatuhu al-Mu’ashirah, IRTI, IDB
4. Al-Qiyas wa Tathbiqatuhu al-Mu’ashirah, Muhammad Mukhtar as-Salamiy.
5. Atsarul ‘urf wa Tathbiqatuhu al-Mu’ashirah fi fiqh al-Muamalat al-Maliyah, Adil bin
Abdul Qadir Qutaih
6. Fiqh al-Maslahah wa Tathbiqatuha al_Mu’ashirah karya Husein Hamid HasanAbdul
Karim Zaidan, Al-Wajiz fi Ushul Fiqh, Dar At-Tauzy, Kairo, 1992.
7. Muhammad Abu Zahrah, Ushul al-Fiqh, 1958.
8. Yusuf Al-Qaradhawi, Al-Ijtihad Fi al-Syari’ah al-Islamiyah, Dar al-Qalam, Kuwait, 1987.

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Code : LAW4308
Name : PHILOSOPHY OF ISLAMIC LAW
Credit Points : 2 Credit Points
Prerequisite : None
Course Description:
This course focuses on the philosophy of Islamic law that contains epistemology, ontology
and axiology. It also discusses characteristics and relevance in the aspects of human life in
the contemporary time especially in the field of Islamic economics and finance.
Prescribed Texts:
1. Saebani, Beni Ahmad. (2008) Filsafat Hukum Islam (Bandung;Pustaka Setia,cet. I)
2. Hashim Kamali. Mohammad. (2008). Shari'ah Law: An Introduction. England:
Oneworld.
3. Abu Zahra, Muhammad. (2005). Ushul Fiqih. penerjemah. Saefullah Mas'um&Slamet
Basyir. Jakarta: Pustaka Firdaus.
4. Raden el-Haqqi, Abdurrahman. (2009).The philosophy of Islamic law of transaction.
Kuala Lumpur: CERT Publications Sdn Bhd.
5. Auda, Jasser. (2007). Maqasid al-Shariah as Philosophy of Islamic Law: A Systems
Approach. London: IIIT.
6. Kharoufa, 'Ala' Eddine. (2000). Philosophy of Islamic Shariah and its Contribution to the
Science of Contemporary Law. Jeddah: IRTI.

Code : LAW2102
Name : SHARIA INSURANCE LAW
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : None
Course Description:
Sharia Insurance Law is a course that discourses the Positive Law of Sharia Insurance and
Sharia Insurance Agencies. This course also discusses the contracts in Sharia insurance,
the differences with conventional insurance as well as the core operational difference
between conventional and Sharia insurance.
Prescribed Texts:
1. Sula, Muhammad Syakir, 2004, Asuransi Syariah (Life and General) Konsep dan Sistem
Operasional, Jakarta: Gema Insani
2. Hartono, Sri Rejeki, 1995, Hukum Asuransi dan Perusahaan Asuransi,Jakarta: Sinar
Grafika
3. Ali, Hasan, 2004, Asuransi dalam Perspektif Hukum Islam, Jakarta: Prenada Media
Kencana
4. Iqbal, Muhaimin, 2005, Asuransi Umum Syariah dalam Praktik, Jakarta: Gema Insani
5. Ali, Zainuddin, 2007, Hukum Asuransi Syariah, Jakarta: Sinar Grafika
6. Fatwa DSN

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Code : LAW 3115


Name : ISLAMIC FAMILY LAW
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : Ushul Fiqh I
Course Description:
The subject of Islamic Familial Law is given to students to understand the rules of audio-
lingual kinship in a process towards understanding the law within fiqh. Specifically,
students are expected to comprehend the concept of familial law in the Islamic legal
system so they are expected to have an attentiveness of the variety of problems in a family
either before, during and after the marriage or before as well as after his death.
Prescribed Texts:
1. Hasan Ayyub, Fiqh Usroh, Darus Salam, Egypt, 2002.
2. DR, Wahbah, Zuhaili, Al Fiqhu Al Islami wa Adillaatuhu, Darul Fikr, Beirut,
3. Sayyid Sabiq, Fikh Sunnah, Pena Pundi Aksara, Jakarta,

Code : LAW3104
Name : ZAKAH AND WAKAF LAW IN INDONESIA
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : Fiqh Zakat
Course Description:
This course equips the students to understand properly the tithe and wakaf law in
Indonesia. This course is designed to review the laws and government regulations related
to tithe and wakaf. In the first semester, students will be given subjects related to the
history, law, and regulations of tithe in Indonesia. While in the second semester, they will
be given new subjects about history, law, and rules and regulations of endowments in
Indonesia.
Prescribed Texts:
1. Undang Undang No. 38 Tahun 1999 Tentang Pengelolaan Zakat
2. Keputusan Menteri Agama RI No. 581 Tahun 1999 tentang Pelaksanaan UU No. 38
Tahun 1999
3. Keputusan Menteri Agama RI No. 373 Tahun 2003 sebagai pengganti Kemenag
No.581 Tahun 1999
4. Keputusan Dirjen Bimas Islam Nomor D-291 Th. 2000 tentang Pedoman Teknis
Pengelolaan Zakat
5. Undang-Undang No. 23 Tahun 2011 tentang Pengelolaan Zakat
6. Hafidhuddin, Didin, Ahmad Juwaini, 2006,“Membangun Peradaban Zakat”,IMZ:
Jakarta
7. Djuanda, Gustian, dkk, 2006, “Pelaporan Zakat Pengurang Pajak Penghasilan”,
Rajawali Press: Jakarta

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8. Tim Proyek Peningkatan Zakat dan Wakaf, 2003, “Fiqh Wakaf”, Proyek Peningkatan
Zakat dan Wakaf Direktorat Jenderal Bimas Islam dan Penyelenggaraan haji: Jakarta
9. Tim Proyek Peningkatan Zakat dan Wakaf, 2003, “Panduan Pemberdayaan Tanah
Wakaf Produktif Strategis di Indonesia”, Proyek Peningkatan Zakat dan Wakaf
Direktorat Jenderal Bimas Islam dan Penyelenggaraan haji: Jakarta
10. Tim pemberdayaan Wakaf, 2008, “Paradigma Baru Wakaf di Indonesia”, Direktorat
Pemberdayaan Wakaf Dirjen Bimas Depag RI: Jakarta
11. Tim Pemberdayaan Wakaf, 2008, “Strategi Pengembangan Wakaf Tunai di Indonesia,
Dirjen bimas Depag RI: Jakarta
12. Tim BWI, 2011, “Himpunan Peraturan Badan Wakaf Indonesia”, Badan Wakaf
Indonesia: Jakarta
13. Undang-Undang No. 41 tahun 2011 tentang Wakaf
.

DETAILS OF SUBJECTS
COMPULSORY COURSES AT THE FACULTY LEVEL

Course : AEM1101
Code
Course
: DIRASAH ISLAMIAH (ISLAMIC STUDIES)
Name
Credit
: 3 Credit Points
Points
Prerequisite : -
Course Description:
This subject will provide students a deep understanding of Islamic beliefs that is in
accordance with the guidance of the Holy Qur’an and Sunnah. Belief is a requirement
before conducting any activities or behavior in seeking the pleasure of Allah. Along with
the emergence of various beliefs, we are required to choose correctly an ideology that is in
harmony with the Holy Qur’an and Sunnah that is going to obtain the pleasure of Allah.
After completion this course, students are expected to able to:
 Understand the scope of the Islamic Aqeedah and Shari'ah
 Recognize the urgency of Aqeedah in all human activities
 Understand deeds that could harm the Islamic faith and various sorts of major sins and
tyranny
 Understand the various cults that exist in the community
 Understanding the Aqeedah of ahlus sunnah
Prescribed Texts:
1. Sudin Haroon and Bala Shanmugan, Islamic Banking System, Pelanduk Publications,
1994
2. M. Syafii Antonio, Bank Syari`ah: Dari Teori ke Praktik, Gema Insani Press, 2001
3. Adiwarman Karim, Bank Islam, Analisis Fiqh dan Keuangan, IIIT and Karim
Business Consulting, 2003

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Course Code : AEM1112


Course Name : HISTORY OF ISLAMIC CIVILIZATION& ISLAMIC LEADERSHIP
Credit Points : 2 Credit Points
Prerequisite : -
Course Description:
In the first part, tthis subject will provide students the history of Islamic civilization,
including the leadership changes of Islam from different periods in times past, the decision
making system that is based on Sharia, the political, economic and social action and the
mistakes in outlining the civilization itself. This discussion directs the students to have an
appreciation and take heed of the achievements of Islamic civilization in the past as
proven by the advancements in various scientific fields and social welfare. The second part
of this course will be the explanation and significance of leadership in Islam. Discourses
various types and traits of leaders, modern leadership theories as well as delving deep into
the leadership of the Prophet Muhammad PBUH are also discusses.
Prescribed Texts:
1. Abdul Qadir Qalāti, Addaulah Al Islamiyah fī Alandalusi minal milad ilā sukūt,
Damaskus, Suria, Dar Wahyil Qalam, 1st Edition, 2006
2. Muhammad Qabānī, Adaulah Al abbasiyah minal milad ilā sukūt, Damaskus, Suria, Dar
Wahyil Qalam, 1st Edition, 2006
3. Muhammad Qabānīi, Adaulah Alumawiyah minal milad ilā sukūt, Damaskus, Suria, Dar
Wahyil Qalam, 1st Edition, 2006
4. Yusuf Qurdawi, Tarikhuna al muftara alaihī, Cairo, Egypt, Dar Elsyuruq, 3th Edition,
2006
5. Mustafa as Siba’i, Sirah anabawiyah Durus wa Ibar, Dar El Salam, Cairo, 1st Edition,
1998
6. Badri Yatim, Sejarah Peradaban Islam, Jakarta, PT Raja Grafindo Persada, Edisi XV,
2003
7. A. Syalabi, Sejarah Kebudayaan Islam, Vol. 1, alih bahasa Muhamad Labib Ahmad,
Pustaka alhusna baru, Jakarta, Edisi VI, 2003
8. A. Syalabi, Sejarah Kebudayaan Islam vol. 2, alih bahasa Muhamad Labib Ahmad,
Pustaka alhusna baru, jakarta,cet . II : 2003
9. A. Syalabi, Sejarah Kebudayaan Islam vol. 3, alih bahasa Muhamad Labib Ahmad,
Pustaka alhusna baru, jakarta,cet X : 2003
10. Antonio, M. Syafii, 2007. Muhammad SAW; the Super Leader Super Manager. ProLM:

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Jakarta
11. Hisham Altalib, Panduan Latihan Bagi Gerakan Islam, DDII, Media Dakwah, Jakarta,
1994
12. Moelia Siregar, Leadership-Tinjauan Umum, Dept. Leadership Al Muslim, Jakarta, 2000
13. Hariq M As Suwaidan, Faisal Umar B, Melahirkan Pemimpin Masa Depan, GIP, Jakarta,
2002
14. Beekun, Rafik Issa an Badawi, Jamal, Leadership; An Islamic perpspektif, Beltsville,
Maryiland, Amana Publication, 1999
15. Hadari Nawawi, Kepemimpinan Efektif, UGM, Jogyakarta, 2004
16. Andrew J. Dubrin, Leadership Edisi 2, Prenada Media, Jakarta, 2005

Course Code : MGT1207


Course Name : INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : -
Course Description:
This subject discusses the knowledge and business principles of Islamic business, business
entities, and corporate forms and their co-operations, corporate management,
entrepreneurship and small business management, marketing from Marketing Mix,
production management, human resources management, financial management, capital
and working capital, liquidity, solvency and earnings ratios and Islamic transactions.After
completion this course, students should be able to:
• Read, interpret and understand the content and business concepts of knowledge and the
principles of Islamic business.
• Identify problems in business and business Islamically
• Prepare presentations relating to Islamic business and business in general using the
right techniques and methods.
• Describe the current business development
Prescribed Texts:
1. Griffin, Ricky W, Business, 1st Volume, Prentice Hall, 2012
2. Griffin, Ricky W, Business, 2nd Volume, Prentice Hall, 2012

Course : AEM1202
Code
Course
: INDONESIAN LANGUAGE
Name
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Points
Prerequisite : -
Course Description:
This subject explainstopics that are not emphasized in theoretical terms, but with more
emphasis on of using the Indonesian language. Students are taught to select words
(diction) that are appropriate to the Enhanced Spelling (Ejaan Yang Disempurnakan), to
form sentences and paragraphs, to develop a research proposal and scientific works. By
completing this subject, students should be able to skillfully use the language, especially in
scientific writing.
Prescribed Texts:
1. Tim penyusun IPB. 2007. Diktat Mata Kuliah Bahasa Indonesia. Bogor: IPB Press
2. Arifin, Zaenal. S. Amran Tasai. 2004. Cermat Berbahasa Indonesia untuk Perguruan
Tinggi. Jakarta: Akademika Presindo

Course Code : AEM1203


Course Name : ARABIC FOR ECONOMICS
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : -
Course Description:
Discussion about Islamic economics can not be separated from the Arabic language as the
language of Islam that coming form the Qur'an , which is the source of this economy. This
course is to provide students with information or instructions relevant to Islamic
economics in the form of dialogue , articles , collected from several references that
facilitate students to learn about Islamic economics. This course also introduces students
to the terminology that most actively used in the economic transactions. Besides lecturing
method, students are expected to involve in the easy short dialogues that have taken place
in locations such as markets, islamic banks and local environment.
‫ييا فل الربنن الكبنم الي و مصدب ويا‬ ‫الكالم عن االقتصاد اإلسالمي ال نفك عن الغة الربين هيي لة اإلسالم‬
‫مةلى االقتصاد اإلسالمي‬ ‫االقتصاد ال غب إين أن تدبس المادة الربين لييا اليدف أ لغترمق الكيم يالفظبنات‬
‫هي‬ ‫ال سين إلى ويا إال يتل ند الطغي يالمرغ مات أ الترغنمات يات الصغ ييل هي شك الح اب المراالت‬
‫تدبينيم‬ ‫الم ض عات التالن جمرفا من عدة مباجع ما تنسب لفا لغحص عغى اليدف المفش د أال و تر ند االطغي‬
.‫قباءة المراالت أ الم ض عات الرام كما فرصد أنضا تربنكيم يالمصطغحات األكثب تدا ال هي االقتصاد‬ ‫عغى الح اب‬
‫ حصص تيرا لغفظام الترغنمي‬3 ‫ محاضبة تستةبق ك محاضبة‬41 ‫قد تم ترسنم الم اد إلى هص احد نتك ن من‬
‫ التبكنل لغكص األ عغى الح ابت الرصنبة السيغ التي حدثت هي الم اقع االقتصادن كاألس اق اليف‬. ‫هي الميرد‬
‫الكص الثافي عغى المراالت الرام الميادئ اإلسالمن هي االقتصاد باجنا الم لى الكبنم أن ن هرفا هي يل‬ ‫غنبوا‬
.
Prescribed Texts:
‫ ميكبة المادة قد يكب هنيا المباجع التي أخيت لغفص ص هي الم ض عات‬.١

Course Code : AEM1307

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Course Name : STATISTICS FOR ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS


Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : -
Course Description:
This subject explores the basics of statistics starting from the definition, measurement
scales, data display (through graphs or summaries) up to the data series that can be made
into useful information. Also, this subject explains the probability of emergence, especially
the occurrence of success-failure and normal distribution case. The basics of hypothesis
testing, either parametric testing or non-parametric testing are also discssed in this
subject. Students are expected to be able to:
• Create, collect and analyze groups of data into meaningful information.
• Find and calculate the probability that certain events are needed.
• Analyze and test the simple hypotheses with appropriate methods
• Use the method (statistical) that exist in the occupied areas of both economics and other
fields.
Prescribed Texts:
1. Walphole, Ronald E. et. all. 2002. Probability & Statistics for Engineers and Scientists.
Person Education International, Prentice-Hall, Inc. New Jersey.
2. AD, Aczel. 1999. Complete Business Statistics. Irwin McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. New
York.
3. Koopmans, Lambert H. 1987. Pengantar ke Statistika Kontemporer. Ed. 2. Univercity of
New Mexico, PWS Publisher, Boston.
Course Code : AEM1401
Course Name : INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER APPLICATIONS
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : -
Course Description:
This course provides an understanding of concepts and ability to use some sort of
computer applications ranging from the use and optimization of operating system, the
functions in the program office applications (Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel),
presentation (Microsoft PowerPoint), and databases (Microsoft Access). Thus students
will have sufficient knowledge about computers and their use in financial area. The menus
under Microsoft excel will be elaborated more for financial purposes.
Prescribed Text:
1. Fred Halsall, 2006, Data Communications, Computer Networks and Open Systems, 4th ed.,
Addison Wesley: Reading, MA.
2. Langkah Mudah Memanfaatkan Microsoft Office 2010 – Wahana Komputer
3. Azhar Susanto, 2001, Pengantar Aplikasi Komputer : Teori dan Praktek.

Course Code : AEM1104


Course Name : ISLAMIC VERSES AND HADITHS OF ECONOMY
Credit Points : 2 Credit Points
Prerequisite : -
Course Description:

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This course explains the Quranic verses and hadits related to the concepts and rules of
economic activities. This discussion will provide the basis for students to understand the
foundation of Islamic law in the face of economic transactions. Thus students are expected
to refine prohibited or allowed transactions under Islam law.
‫تربف المادة خصائص ممنلات الك مع‬ ‫تمث المادة المرغ مات األساسن قي الخ ض هي يحب الربنن السف‬
‫إيبال الجافب االقتصاد المستمد من الكتاب السف هتتحدث المادة عن عغ م الربنن الحدنث المجاالت االقتصادن‬
‫من مفظ ب إسالمي‬
Prescribed Text:
‫ الشيخ مناع القطان‬, ‫ مباحث يف علوم القرآن‬.4
‫ الشيخ حممد بن صاحل العثيمني‬, ‫ أصول التفسري‬.2
‫ جالل الدين السيوطي‬, ‫ اإلتقان يف علوم القرآن‬.3
‫ مصطفى السباعي‬.‫ د‬, ‫ السنة و مكانتها‬.1
‫ حممود الطحان‬, ‫ تيسري مصطلح احلديث‬.5
‫ الشيخ مناع القطان‬, ‫ مباحث يف علوم احلديث‬.6
‫ داود راشد‬.‫ د‬, ‫ السنة يف إندونسيا‬.7
‫ يوسف القرضاوي‬.‫ د‬, ‫ دور القيم و األخالق يف االقتصاد اإلسالمي‬.8
‫ يوسف القرضاوي‬.‫ د‬, ‫ فقه الزكاة‬.9
‫ على القحطاين‬, ‫ ال راب أض راره و آاثره‬.41
‫ الدكتور حممود حممد اببللي‬, ‫ اآلايت القرآ نية و األحاديث النبوية يف املال و االقتصاد و التعامل املادي و اخللقي‬.44
ِ ‫الس‬
( ‫ النظر واألحكام يف مجيع أحوال السوق أتليف اإلمام الفقيه أيب زك راي حيىي بن عمر بن يوسف الكناين األندلسي‬:‫وق أو‬ ُّ ‫ـ َكام‬
‫َح‬
ْ ‫ أ‬.42
) ‫ ﻫ‬289 – 243
‫ إعداد عبد املغين عبد العزيز عمر‬, ‫ دراسة عن اآلايت التجارية‬, ‫ التجارة يف الق رآن الكرمي‬.43
‫كتب أخرى‬. 14

Course Code : AEM1201


Course Name : ENGLISH FOR ECONOMICS
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : -
Course Description:
This subject is a continuation of General English, which had been studied intensively in the
Matriculation Program. English for Economics studies the English language within the
context of business and economy, with emphasis on vocabularies and recent news articles.
Students should be able to communicate (verbal and written) in English in the context of
economics and business using a variety of appropriate language fluently and accurately.
Prescribed Text:
1. Global Link 2, English for International Business 2, Angela Blackwell, 2012

Course Code : AEM1301


Course Name : MATH FOR ECONOMICS
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points

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Prerequisite : -
Course Description:
This subject will equip the students an understanding of math concepts that are applicable
in economic fields. This course discusses calculations and graphs to determine micro-
economic policies. Students are required to complete assignments that are applied to
economic theories. Students are expected to solve microeconomic problems using math
approaches. Proficiency in this subject will be obtained by providing in-class assignments
and exercises such as quiz and other assignments. Some references in this course will also
be used as a reference so that students more easily understand.
Prescribed Text:
1. Frank S. Budnick, Applied Mathematic for Business and the Social Science
2. Dumairy, Matematika Terapan untuk Bisnis dan Ekonomi
3. D. Agus Harjito, Matematika untuk Ekonomi dan Bisnis
4. Alpha Chiang, Fundamental methods of Mathematical Economics
5. Taro Yaname, Mathematic for Economists: An Elementary Surve

Course Code : ACC1101


Course
: Introduction to Accounting I
Name
Credit
: 3 Credit Points
Points
Prerequisite : -
Course Description:
This course defines introduction of basic accounting. From the beginning, students are
reminded the Islamic perspective on accounting and its position in Islam. As introduction,
thus it covers accounting materials in broad outline. The scope of this course consists of
introduction to accounting concepts and accounting practices such as concept of assets,
liability and equity. This course also discusses accounting cycle specially for
merchandising business in order to prepare financial statements. At the end of the
semester, students are expected to have the right understanding, insight and perception
about accounting. After completing this course,
1. Students are aware of the position of accounting in Islamic views
2. Students should understand the scope of accounting, accounting concepts, accounting
cycle and the recording process.
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business.
Prescribed Text:
1. Jerry J. Weygandt, Donal E. Kieso, Walter G. Kell, 2012, Accounting Principles, 10th
edition , John Wiley & Sons, inc.
2. Abdur Rahim Abdur Rahman, 2010. Islamic AccountingTheory: An Introduction. CERT.
Malaysia

Course Code : AEM1103


Course Name : FIQH MUAMALAH 1
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : -
Course Description:
The Fiqh Muamalah 1 subject deals with the basic concept of Islam regarding wealth and
property, property rights and its distribution to the people. The first part of the subject
centers on basic theories in wealth, rights, ownership and contracts. As one of the
branches of Fiqh science, the basic principle of the formulation of Fiqh Muamalah is based
on the permissibility and flexibility of law, along with the dynamic change and
development of society. Therefore, the accurate understanding and application of fiqh
principles (al-Qawa’id al-Fiqhiyyah) is an important aspect to avoid all kinds of usury
transactions. By understanding the concept of buying and selling and syaria based
muamalah contracts, students are expected to differentiate haram/unlawful contracts, the
whys and wherefores and the negative effects it causes. This subject introduces several
forms of buying and selling transactions such as al-murabahah, as-salam, al-istishna’, ash-
sharf and al-jizaf, in addition to loan receivables issues, also differences between sharia
and conventional banking systems. The overall study is based on the core sources of
syaria; the Holy Qur’an, Hadiths, al-Ijma and al-Qiyas which are delved and analyzed in
every class meetings and group discussions which also involves current modern
transaction issues and the applications of muamalah products in banking.
Prescribed Text:
1. Abdul Karim Zaydan, 1990, Al-Madkhal li Dirasah asy-Syari’ah al-Islamiyyah.
2. Muhammad Abu Zahrah, 1980, Ushul al-Fiqh.
3. Al-Syathibi, 1976, Maqashid al-Syari’ah al-Islamiyyah.
4. Abdurrahman al-Jazairy, 1996, al-Fiqh ‘ala Madzahib al-Arba’ah.
5. Amir Syarifuddin, 2003, Garis-Garis Besar Fiqh.
6. M. Hasbi ash-Shiddiqiy, 1997, Pengantar Fiqh Muamalah.
7. Wael B. Hallaq, 1997, A History of Islamic Legal Theories.
8. Mohammad Hashim Kamali, 1989, Principles of Islamic Jurisprudence

Course Code : ECO1205


Course
: INTRODUCTION TO ECONOMICS
Name
Credit
: 3 Credit Points
Points
Prerequisite : -

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Course Description:
The scope of this subject is to provide an initial overview and thorough basics of macro
and micro economic theories. By completing this subject students are expected to
understand the role of macroeconomic sciences in society. After completing this course,
students are expected to explain various economic problems. Students also explain the
science of macro and micro economics in general through a simple mathematical approach
and the use of graphs and diagrams.
Prescribed Text:
1. M findi Alexandi. Handout. Pengantar Ekonomi.
2. Billas, Richard A., Microeconomic Theory, 2nd ed. Singapore: McGraw-Hill, 1985.
3. Case, Karl E. and Ray C. Fair, Principles of Economics, 4th ed. New Jersey: Prentice-Hall,
1996.
4. Ferguson, C.E. and J.P. Gould, Microeconomic Theory, 4th ed. Kuala Lumpur: Irwin,
1975.
5. Kadariah, Teori Ekonomi Mikro, edisi revisi. Jakarta: Lembaga
6. Lipsey, Richard C., et al, Economics, 9th ed. Singapore: Harper Collins, 1990.
7. Nicholson, Walter, Intermediate Microeconotnics and Its Application, 3rd ed. New York:
The Dryden Press, 1983.
8. Pindyck, Robert S. and Daniel L. Rubinfeld, Microeconomics, 4th ed. New Jersey:
Prentice-Hall, 1998.
9. Resurreccion, Celedonio O., Basic Economic Concepts in Philippine Context, Quezon City:
Phoenix Publishing House, 1975.
10. Schiller, Bradley R., Essentials of Economics, 2nd ed. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1996.
11. Sukirno, Sadono, Mikroekonomi, edisi ketiga, Kuala Lumpur: Aneka Publishing, 1993.
12. Tjokroprajitno, Soeheroe, Matematika Ekonomi, Jakarta: Lembaga Penerbit Fakultas
Ekonomi Universitas Indonesia, 1994.
13. Villegas, Bernardo M., Economics for the Consumer, 4th ed. Metro Manila: Sinag-Tala
Publisher, 1983.

Course Code : AEM1401


Course Name : CITIZENSHIP
Credit Points : 2 Credit Points
Prerequisite : -
Course Description:
This subject studies the concept of citizenship and contemporary national problems in this
global era. Thus, students as future leaders when faced with problems will be able to be
part of the solution, not becoming a part of the problem. The development of a citizen with
an Islamic insight, attitude and behavior, would give a positive contribution to the
development of the state and nation. Through this subject, students are expected to have
an attitude and behavior that understands Human Rights within the rights and obligations
as a citizen of Indonesia in a civil society. After completing this course, students should be
able to explain:

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• The meaning and concept of civil education in the perpective of Islam


• The basic principles and country life
• Islamic political thought and practice of Islamic rule in the history and development
• Application of the political system in Indonesia
• The pattern of political leadership in the Islamic view
Prescribed Text:
1. Suyuthi Pulungan, Fiqh Siyasah, Ajaran Sejarah dan Pemikiran, Lembaga Studi
Islam dan Kemasyarakatan, Jakarta, 1997
2. AM Saefuddin, Ijtihad Politik Cendekiawan Muslim, GIP, Jakarta, 1996
3. Dhiauddin, Teori Politik Islam, GIP, Jakarta, 2001
4. Fahmi Asy Syannawi, Pustaka Setia Bandung, 2006
5. Yusuf Al Qardhawi, Fiqh Daulah, Pustaka Al Kautsar, Jakarta, 1997
6. Suyuti Pulungan ,Buku kewarganegaraan untuk di perguruan tinggi (S1) , Garuda
Press, Jakarta 2006, Fiqh Siyasah
7. Ramadhan Al Buthy, Perempuan antara Kezaliman sistem barat dan Keadilan Islam

Course : AEM2105
Code
Course
: USHUL FIQH 1
Name
Credit
: 3 Credit Points
Points
Prerequisite : -
Course Description:
This subject centers on the position of Ushul Fiqh 1 science as a discipline that discourses
several forms and rules that can be used for delving and formulating Islamic (fiqh) sharia
law from authoritative sources (al-adillah asy-syar’iyyah), so that students are able to
understand and evaluate fiqh formulation correctly for the current period, that goes well
with the universal values of Islam. After attending this course: students can understand
the systematic formulation of Islamic law and methodology that relied on primary sources,
namely the Qur'an and the Sunnah. Students can understand ijtihadi legal sources that can
be used as an alternative in deciding issues of contemporary jurisprudence
Prescribed Text:
1. Wael B. Hallaq (1999), A History of Islamic Legal Theories: An Introduction to
Sunni Usul al-Fiqh
2. Saifuddin al-Amidi (1957), al-Ihkam fi Ushul al-Ahkam.
3. Taha Jabir Al-'Alwani (1990), Usul al-Fiqh al-Islami; Source Methodology in Islamic
Jurisprudence;Methodology for Research and Knowledge
4. Ali Hasballah (1964), Ushul at-Tasyri’ al-Islamy
5. Amir Syarifuddin (1997), Ushul Fiqh I
6. Mukhtar Yahya (1986), Dasar-Dasar Pembinaan Hukum Fiqh Islam
7. Muhammad Abu Zahrah (1958), Ushul al-Fiqh
8. Abdul Wahhab Khallaf (1978), Ushul al-Fiqh
9. Abdul Hamid Hakim (1971), Al-Bayan

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10. Muhammad Hashim Kamali (1996), Prinsip dan Teori-Teori Hukum Islam
11. Drs. H. Kamal Muchtar, dkk (1994), Ushul Fiqh 1
12. Dr. ‘Abd al-Karim Zaydan (1992), Al-Wajiz fi Ushul al-Fiqh
13. Khudhari Beik (1938), Ushul al-Fiqh
14. A.Syafi’i Karim (1997), Fiqh Ushul Fiqh
15. Drs. Hafidz Abdurrahman, MA (2003), Ushul Fiqh; Membangun Paradigma Berfikir
Tasyri’
16. Muhammad Al-Hudlari (1969), Ushul Fiqh.

Course Code : AEM2303


Course
: BANKAND FINANCIAL INSTITUTION
Name
Credit
: 3 Credit Points
Points
Prerequisite : -
Course Description:
This subject is designed to provide students theories, concepts and processes of banking
and financial institutions. In general, it covers the role and functions of banks and FIs in
economic activities. In particular, the objectives of this course are as follows:
• Students have knowledge of the role of monetary policy
• Know-how banking and FI working mechanism
• Know-how inter FIs relationship
• Understand and able to analyze involvement in economic activities of FIs
• able to apply the concept in systematic analysis
• able to provide solution alternatives systematic problems in related fields
Prescribed Text:
1. Dahlan Siamat, Manajemen Lembaga Keuangan, Edisi Keempat, Lembaga Penerbit
Fakultas Ekonomi, Universitas Indonesia, Jakarta, 2004.
2. Mishkin, Frederick S, The Economics of Money, Banking and Financial Markets
3. Veithzal Rivai,, Andria Permata Veithzal, Ferry N Idroes, Bank & Financial Institution
Management, Conventional & Shariah System,
4. Kasmir , Bank dan lembaga keuangan lainnya
5. Umer Chapra, Towards a just Monetary system
6. Muhammad Syafii Antonio,Bank Syariah dari Teori ke Praktek,
7. Adiwarman A. Karim,Bank Islam Analisis Fiqih dan Keuangan,

Course Code : AEM2308


Course
: BASIC ECONOMETRICS
Name
Credit
: 3 Credit Points
Points

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Prerequisite : Statistics for Economics and Business


Course Description:
This course deals with concept and applications of econometrics, which is to analyze the
relationships among (economic) variables. The main tool is regression analysis. Besides
lecturing in class, the half of the semester will be held in the computer lab using softwares
such as Spss, E-views, Stata and Lisrel. The course builds upon a background of Statistics.
The teaching materials delivered include concepts ofvariance, covariance, correlation, R2
and univariate and multivariate regression models. It also discusses dummy variable
models, and learns the principles on which OLS estimation. The concept of stationarity and
specific treatment of time-series variables in regression are also thoroughly discussed.
Prescribed Text:
1. Wooldridge, 2010. Introductory Econometrics”
2. Gujarati, 2010. Basic Econometrics”

Course Code : AEM2106


Course
: FIQH MUAMALAH II
Name
Credit
: 3 Credit Points
Points
Prerequisite : Fiqh Muamalah I
Course Description:
This second Fiqh Muamalah delves deeper by explaining basic principles in Sharia banking
that are manifested in sharia banking products which includes deposit (wadi’ah), profit
sharing contracts which are applied in al-musyarakah, al-muzara’ah, al-mudharabah and
al-musaqah. Additionally, lease contract (operational lease and financial lease) will also be
explained within al-ijarah contract, which includes al-ijarah al-muntahia bi at-tamlik.
Furthermore, other fee service based contracts will also be taught such as al-wakalah, al-
kafalah and al-hawalah. Other contracts that will also be covered are al-ijarah, al-hibah, al-
waqaf, and al-I’arah. The overall study is based on the core sources of syaria; the Holy
Qur’an, Hadiths, al-Ijma and al-Qiyas which are delved and analyzed in every class
meetings and group discussions which also involves current modern transaction issues
and the applications of muamalah products in banking.
Prescribed Text:
1. Wahbah az-Zuhaily, 1989, Al-Fiqh al-Islamy wa Adillatuh.
2. Muhammad Syafi’i Antonio, 2001, Bank Syariah Dari Teori ke Praktek
3. Sayyid Sabiq, 1987, Fiqh as-Sunnah
4. Jihad Abdullah Husain Abu Uwaimir, 1986, at-Tarsyid asy-Syar’i li al-Bunuk al-Qaimah
5. Asy-Syaukani, Nail al-Authar
6. Muhammad Taqi Utsmani, 1998, Buhuts fi Qadhaya Fiqhiyyah Mu’ashirah.
7. Mushthafa Dibul Bugha dkk, 1989, Al-Fiqh al-Manhaji’ala Madzhab al-Imam asy-Syafi’i

Course Code : ACC2102

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Course
: INTRODUCTION TO ACCOUNTING II
Name
Credit
: 3 Credit Points
Points
Prerequisite : Introduction to Accounting I
Course Description:
This course is continuance of Introduction to Accounting I. The materials discussed in this
subject include fixed and intangible assets, liabilities and capital sources of a firm. This
course also explains accounting for a partnership and accounting for a corporation. The
discussion about corporations is a little bit complex in line with the nature of corporations.
At the end of the semester, this course explains the statement of cash flows and how to
prepare it. This course also provides introduction of accounting standards which is
convergence to IFRS. Islamic accounting standards (PSAK Syariah) are explained
embedded to related teaching materials, for instance when discussion about liabilities, the
standard of Sukuk is also discussed
Prescribed Text:
1. Jerry J. Weygandt, Donal E. Kieso, Walter G. Kell, 2012, Accounting Principles, 10th
edition , John Wiley & Sons, inc.
2. Abdur Rahim Abdur Rahman, 2010. Islamic AccountingTheory: An Introduction. CERT.
Malaysia
3. Ikatan Akuntansi Indonesia, PSAK, 2009 - 2012

Course Code : AEM2305


Course
: LEGAL ASPECTS IN ECONOMY
Name
Credit
: 3 Credit Points
Points
Prerequisite : -
Course Description:
This subject provides the students with theoretical and practical concepts through case
studies in law and changes in law, which have a large impact on the economy. Legal
Aspects of Economics reveals about various legal concepts in economic activity both from
the point of view of individuals, companies and the economy as a macro that includes:
understanding Law and Business, background in business law , the purpose and role of the
Business Law . On completing this course, students should be able to: read, interpret and
understand the Law on Economy and understanding the nature of the role of law in
economics, undertand various laws / rules in economic activity in individual, in the
business world and in macro-economic activity
Prescribed Text:
1. C.S.T. Kansil. Pengantar Ilmu Hukum dan Tata Hukum Indonesia, Balai Pustaka, Jakarta,
1989
2. H. Riduan Syahrani. Seluk-Beluk dan Asas-Asas Hukum Perdata, P.T. Alumni, Bandung,
2006
3. Subekti, Hukum Perjanjian, Pt Intermasa, Jakarta, 2005

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4. Ninik Suparni, Kitab Undang-Undang Hukum Dagang, Rineka Cipta, Jakarta, 2005
5. J. Satrio, Hukum Jaminan, Hak Jaminan Kebendaan, PT. Citra Aditya Bakti, 2005
6. Remy Syahdeini, Hak Tanggungan, Asas-asas, Ketentuan-ketentuan Pokok dan Masalah
Yang dihadapi oleh Perbankan.
7. Agus Raharjo, Cybercrime, Pemahaman dan Upaya Pencegahan Kejahatan Berteknologi,
PT. Citra Aditya Bakti, Bandung, 2002
8. Iman Sjahputra, Problematika Hukum Internet Indonesia, Prentailindo, Jakarta, 2002
9. Sudargo Gautama., Segi-Segi Hak Milik Intelektual, PT. Eresco, Bandung, 1990
10. Munir Fuady, Pasar Modal Modern (Tinjauan Hukum), PT. Citra Adiytya Bakti, 19967
11. Maqdir Ismail, Hukum Perbankan, Modul Mata Kuliah Hukum Perbankan, UAI, 2009-
05-28
12. Sutan Remy Sjahdeini, Perbankan Islam Dan Kedudukannya Dalam Tata Hukum
Perbankan Indonesia, PT Pustaka Utama Grafiti, Jakarta, 1999
13. Gunawan Widjaya & Michael Adrian, Seri Aspek Hukum Dalam Bisnis: Peran Pengadilan
dalam Penyelesaian Sengketa oleh Arbitrase, Kencana, Jakarta, 2008
14. Abdul Halim, Hukum Perwakafan di Indonesia, Ciputat Press, 2005
15. Rachmadi Usman, Pilihan Penyelesaian Sengketa Di Luar Pengadilan, PT Citra Aditya
Bakti, Bandun,2003.
16. Gemala Dewi, Aspek-Aspek Hukum dalam Perbankan dan Perasuransian Syariah di
Indonesia, Kencana, Jakarta, 2006
17. Yusuf Shofie, Perlindungan Konsumen dan Instrumen-instrumen Hukumnya. Citra
Aditya Bakti, Bandung , 2000

Course Code : AEM2204


Course ENGLISH FOR ACADEMIC PURPOSES
:
Name
Credit
: 3 Credit Points
Points
Prerequisite : -
Course Description:
This course is designed for students who are studying in colleges and universities and has
to complete essays and other assignments for exams or coursework. On completion of this
course, students are expected to understand and implement theories, concepts of
academic writing. Students should also understand the various forms of writing process
and able to understand about parts of prewriting activity, how to write an essays and are
familiar with diverse academic writing matters.
Prescribed Text:
1. Oshima Alice, Ann Hogue,”Writing Academic English Level 2”,Pearson Longman, United
States of America 2008
2. Oshima Alice, Ann Hogue,”Writing Academic English Level 3”,Pearson Longman, United
States of America 2007
3. Oshima Alice, Ann Hogue,”Writing Academic English Level 4”,Pearson Longman, United
States of America 2006

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Course Code : ACC2701


Course
: ISLAMIC BUSINESS ETHICS
Name
Credit
: 3 Credit Points
Points
Prerequisite : -
Course Description:
Islam is an accumulation of norms and values to achieve happiness in the world and here
after. Islam is a system including all aspects of life. That is why In Islam, norms and ethics
actually can not be separated from any activities, including business. Therefore,
theoretically it is important to develop framework of thinking about business ethic form
Islamic perspective , especially the relationship of ethical norms and business activities. In
this context, business activities can not be separated from ethic due to (1) business is not
value-free, (2) business is a part of social systems (3) the application of ethics in business
results in professionalism. This course discusses about business ethics according to Islam.
The materials covered include the meanings and essentials of ethics and business,
principles of conventional business ethics and Islamic business ethics, business ethics in
production, distribution and consumption. It also explains business practices which are
allowed or not allowed in Islam, Islamic view on assets and the impacts of asset
distribution on society. This course also focuses on corporate social responsibility of
business..
Prescribed Text:
1. Ahmad Azhar Basyir. 1987. Garis Besar Sistem Ekonomi Islam.(AA)
2. Dawam Rahardjo. 1999. Islam dan Transformasi Sosial-Ekonomi. (DR)
3. Muhammad dan Alimin. 2004. Etika dan Perlindungan Konsumen Dalam Ekonomi
Islam. (MA)
4. Mustaq Ahmad. 2005.Etika Bisnis Dalam Islam.(MSA)
5. M. Ismail dan M. Karebet Widjajakusuma. 2002. Menggagas Bisnis Islami.(MM)
6. Muhammad, R. Lukman Fauroni. 2002. Visi al-Qur’an Tentang Etika dan Bisnis.(MR)
7. Rafik Issa Beekun. 2004. Etika Bisnis Islami.(RI)
8. Syed Nawab Haider Naqvi. 1993. Etika dan Ilmu Ekonomi: Suatu Sintesis Islami. (SN)
9. Yusuf Qardhawi. 1997. Peran Nilai dan Moral Dalam Perekonomian Islam. (YQ)
10. Rustam Efendi. 1993. Produksi Dalam Islam. (RE)
11. Al-Ghazali. 2001. Adab Mencari Nafkah:Membahas Etika Berbisnis Sesuai Tuntunan al-
Qur’an dan Hadits, Serta Pandangan Tokoh Sufi. (AG)

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Course Code : SDS2001- SD4005


Course
: STUDENT DYNAMIC SESSION
Name
Credit
: 5 Credit Points
Points
Prerequisite : -
Course Description:
This subject is for character building purposes, which is delivered since the first year until
7th semester. Students will be choached by students senior students during the lecture.
Materials covered includes an exploration of character according to Islamic values and the
development of soft skills.
Prescribed Text:
1. M Syafii Antonio, Asmaul Husna for Business and Life, 2011
2. M Syafii Antonio, Prophetic Leadership and Management Wisdom, 2013

Course Code : AEM2107


Course
: USHUL FIQH II
Name
Credit
: 3 Credit Points
Points
Prerequisite : Ushul Fiqh I
Course Description:
In this subject, students provide materials to understand the rules of literary in the
creation of Islamic law. In particular, students are expected to be able to understand the
concept and methodology of law-making in the Islamic regulatory system. Students are
also expected to have an awareness of ijtihad to face new problems in the modern
world.Student should understand the classification of Islamic law which was formulated
from the main sources of the Quran and the Sunnah. Students should understand how to
produce legal rules based on usul fiqh, usability and branches respectively in the initial
rankings.
Prescribed Text:
1. Abd al-Karim Zaydan (1992), Al-Wajiz fi Ushul al-Fiqh
2. Hafidz Abdurrahman, MA (2003), Ushul Fiqh; Membangun Paradigma Berfikir Tasyri’

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Course Code : AEM2110


Course Name : FUNDAMENTALS OF ISLAMIC ECONOMICS
Credit Points : 3 Credit Points
Prerequisite : Introduction of Economics
Course Description:
This subject is intended to discourse the Islamic teachings that underlie the economy as a
whole. The discussion starts with the philosophy of Islamic Economics, history of Islamic
economic thoughts, Islamic view of resources, economic transactions, market mechanism,
the theory of human behavior and the theory production behavior. This course also
discusses monetary and Islamic fiscal, international trade, economic application of Islam
as well as inflation in Islam.
Prescribed Text:
1. Yusuf Qardhawi, Peran Nilai Moral dalam Perekonomian Islam. Robbani Press. Jakarta.
1997
2. Muhammad Akram Khan. An Introduction to Islamic Economics. International Institute
of Islamic Thought. Islamabad. 1994
3. Muhammad Nejatullah Siddiqi. Role of the State in the Economy. The Islamic
Foundation. Leicester. 1996.
4. Muhammad Umar Chapra. Pengharaman Bunga Bank: Haramkah?. SEBI. 2002

Course Code : MGT2201


Course
: FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
Name
Credit
: 3 Credit Points
Points
Prerequisite : Introduction to Business and Management
Course Description:
The main issue of this course is the company's financial management in the framework of
the creation of value through increased net cash flow, and where that value is distributed.
This course discusses concepts and decisions in financial management, specifically those
concerned about corporate finance. Discussion topics are as follows: introduction the

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fundamental concepts of finance, corporate valuation, investment decisions and financing


decisions as well dividend policies. An introduction of Islamic finance is also discussed.
Students are assigned to complete exercises expected to invigorate their understanding on
topics discussed in the lectures
Prescribed Text:
1. Keown, Arthur j, David F, Scott, Yr, Jhon D, Martin, and J. William Petty. (2005), Basic
Financial Management, 10th edition, Prentice-Hall Inc, USA (Keown)
2. Iqbal, Zamir., & Mirakhor, Abbas. (2007). An Introduction Islamic Finance Theory and
Practice, John Wiley & Sons. (Iqbal)

Course Code : MGT2302


Course
: ENTREPRENEURSHIP
Name
Credit
: 3 Credit Points
Points
Prerequisite : -
Course Description:
Entrepreneurship is a subject that discusses on what are needed to become an
entrepreneur, such as attitude, mentality, knowledge and skills. The objective of this
course is to facilitate students in learninghow to entrepreneurs.On completion this course,
students are expected having an interest in becoming entrepreneurs, having a mental
readiness, attitudes and knowledge required to run a business, thereby expanding the
opportunities for success .
Prescribed Text:
1. Timmons, Jefrry A dan Stephen Spinelli, New Venture Creation, Entrepreneurship for
the 21st Century, PrinceBabson. 6th edition.
2. Enterpreneurship Dalam perspektif Kondisi Bangsa Indonesia
3. Pengantar Kewirausahaan dan Manajemen Bisnis Kecil.
4. Buku Panduan Program Sarjana STEI TAZKIA

Course Code : ACC3502


Course
: MINI LAB OF ISLAMIC BANKING
Name
Credit
: 2 Credit Points
Points
Prerequisite : -
Course Description:
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Islamic banks, particularly in Islamic business unit. Tazkia has cooperation with one of a
regional Islamic bank in Indonesia. Operational banking simulations will be provided
during the course starting from simulating the process of deposit and loans, where a
student will act as a client and the another as a bank employee. After attending this course
the student is expected to explain the definition, concepts, objectives and characteristics of
Islamic banks; describe the scope of Islamic banks, explain the business process in Islamic
banks and more importantly operate the software that is used in Islamic banks (BPRS)
Prescribed Text:
1. Module for computer lab using OLIPS software

Course Code : AEM2108


Course
: FIQH MAWARIST
Name
Credit
: 2 Credit Points
Points
Prerequisite : -
Course Description:
This subject deals with the basic concepts of Islam concerning the division and right of
goods as well as its distribution of inheritance. The first part of the course focuses on the
basic theories of the division of inheritance based on the Holy Qur’an and Sunnah. General
objective of this course is to discuss the system in the field of Islamic Muamalat
inheritance. While the specific objective is to explain the system of the division of
inheritance and warits experts who are entitled to inheritance. By understanding the
concept of division of inheritance based on shari'ah, students should be able to
differentiate between shariah and non-Shariah and criticize the negative impacts of
conventional method of wealth distribution.
Prescribed Text:
‫ الفقه اإلسالمي و أدلته – الشامل لألدلة الشرعية و اآلراء المذهبية و أهم النظريات الفقهية وتحقيق األحاديث‬.4
= ‫ هـ‬4119 ‫ الطبعة الثالثة‬، ‫ دار الفكر بدمشق‬،‫ الجزء الثامن‬،‫ الدكتور وهبة الزحيلي‬: ‫ تأليف‬.‫النبوية وتخريجها‬
.‫ م‬4989
.‫ دار الثقافة اإلسالمية‬.‫ السيد سابق‬، ‫ المجلد الثالث‬، ‫فقه السنة‬ .2
‫ الدكتور مصطفي مسلم (األستاذ المشارك بجامعة اإلمام محمد بن سعود‬: ‫ بقلم‬،‫ مباحث في علم المواريث‬.3
.‫ جدة – السعودية‬، ‫ هـ‬4147 : ‫ دار المنارة للنشر و التوزيع‬.)‫اإلسالمية‬

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‫‪ .1‬أحكام المواريث في الفقه اإلسالمي‪ ،‬طبعة جدبدة مزودة ومنقحة‪ ،‬لجنة من كلية الشريفة جامعة األزهر‪4122 .‬‬
‫هـ ‪ 2112 -‬م‪.‬‬
‫‪ .5‬الميراث في الشريعة اإلسالمية ‪ ،‬تأليف الدكتور ياسين أحمد إبراهيم وراوكه ‪ ،‬الطبعة األولي ‪ 4111‬هـ ‪-‬‬
‫‪ 4981‬م ‪ ،‬الطبعة الثانية ‪ 4117‬هـ ‪ 4986 -‬م‪ .‬مؤسسة الرسالة بيروت – شارع سوريا‪.‬‬
‫‪ .6‬التحقيقات المرضية في المباحث الفرضية ‪ ،‬تأليف الدكتور صالح بن فوزان بن عبد هللا الفوزان ‪ ،‬بالرياض ‪،‬‬
‫المكتبة المعارف للنشر و التوزيع ‪ 4149 ،‬م‪.‬‬
‫‪ .7‬تسهيل الفرائض ‪ ،‬محمد بن صالح العثيمين ‪ ،‬دار ابن زوجي ‪ ،‬الطبعة األولي ‪ 4121‬هـ ‪ 2113 -‬م ‪( .‬ترجمة)‪.‬‬
‫‪ .8‬علم الفرائض مقرر لطالب الصف الثالث ‪ ،‬كلية المعلمين اإلسالمية ‪ ،‬معهد دار السالم للتربية اإلسالمية –‬
‫كونتور – إندونيســـيا ‪.‬‬
‫‪9. Fatchur Rahman,Ilmu Waris, , al-ma’arif Bandung, 1975.‬‬
‫‪10. Anshari Taslim,Belajar Mudah Ilmu Mawarits, Jakarta, Hanif Press 2006.‬‬
‫‪11. Muhammad bin Shaleh Al-Utsaimin,Methode Praktis Menghitung Ilmu Warisan Dalam‬‬
‫‪Syariat Islam, Perpustakaan Nasional, 2007.‬‬

‫‪Course Code : AEM3205‬‬


‫‪Course‬‬
‫’‪: FAHMUL MAQRU‬‬
‫‪Name‬‬
‫‪Credit‬‬
‫‪: 1 Credit Points‬‬
‫‪Points‬‬
‫‪Prerequisite : Arabic for Economics‬‬
‫‪Course Description:‬‬
‫‪ ,‬مفأجألفنتدبي اعغىم ادالرباءةالمتف ع ‪ ,‬هنييوالمادةسنجدالطاليم ض عاتمختغك عفالشبنر اإلسالمن عغىال جيالرم م‬
‫‪ .‬النككنكيممغغمتبدهاتالم ج دةهرطيغنتردىاليدهإلىال عناإلسالمنيردأفكيم االمرب ء‬
‫قدتماختنابالم ض عاتيمباعاةالكغماتالمستخدم األسالنيالم ج دةحتىنتدبجالتدبنيالغة نرغىمست ىإدباكالطغي لغمادة‬ ‫‪.‬‬
‫‪ .‬نتمالتبكنلعغىالتربنكالراميدنفاإلسالمحتىنتط بهيمالطغي ييياالدنف نلدادإنمافيمييإفشاءهللا‬
‫تتمتدبنسالمادةعفطبنر الربض االشتباكالكرالنمفرياللطغي‬ ‫‪,‬‬ ‫حنثأعدليمال اجيات التمثنغغغح اب‬ ‫‪,‬‬
‫كماأجبنتالطبنر التدبنسن الكالسنكن‬
‫‪Prescribed Text:‬‬
‫‪ .1‬كمال الدين اإلسالمي ‪ ,‬المؤلف ‪ :‬عبد هللا بن جارهللا بن إبراهيم آل جارهللا‬
‫‪ .2‬توجيهات إسالمية إلصالح الفرد و المجتمع‬

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‫‪ .3‬وسطية اإلسالم وسماحته (بتصرف) أ‪.‬د‪ .‬وهبة بن مصطفى الزحيلي‬


‫‪ .4‬سماحة اإلسالم في معاملة غير المسلمين ‪ ,‬د‪ .‬عبد هللا بن إبراهيم اللحيدان‬
‫‪ .5‬وسطية اإلسالم وسماحته ودعوته للحوار ‪ ,‬د‪ .‬عبد العزيز بن عثمان التويجري‬

‫‪ .6‬اليسر والسماحة في اإلسالم ‪ ,‬فالح بن محمد الصغير ‪,‬‬


‫‪ .7‬اإلسالم أصوله ومبادئه ‪ ,‬تأليف د‪ .‬محمد بن عبدهللا بن صالح السحيم‬

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