Faculty of Human Sciences

Faculty of Human Sciences (FSK) Created with the appointment of the Dean of FSK from 2014.

The Faculty of Human Sciences is responsible for developing a higher education curriculum (Quran) in Islamic Studies, Syariah, Usuluddin, Arabic and Al-Quran and offers quality teaching and learning services that meet the needs of students, stakeholders, the ummah and the market.

Faculty of FSK is also responsible to Provide and ensure 80% curriculum of Islamic study, syariah, usuluddin, arabic and al-quran based on al-quran and sunnah and competitive, Providing efficient, systematic and effective teaching and learning services and Ensuring the quality of teaching services and learning through continuous quality improvement.

Be an academic institution based on Islamic in international level that offers a combination program of traditional and contemporary Islamic studies.

Produce a better educated person and competent work in catalyzing the development and modernization of the country.

OBJECTIVE POLICY

 

  1. Develop a higher education curriculum (Quran) in Islamic studies, syariah, education, Arabic and al-Quran and offers quality teaching and learning services that meet the needs of students, stakeholders, the ummah and the market.

 

QUALITY OBJECTIVES

 

  1. Prepare and ensure 80% of the curriculum of Islamic study, syariah, language, arabic and al-quran based on al-quran and sunnah and competitive.

 

  1. Providing efficient, systematic and effective teaching and learning services.

 

  1. Ensure the quality of teaching and learning services through continuous quality improvement.

 

  1. Provide commitment to continuous improvement in aspects of service, quality of graduates and quality systems.

 

  1. Using the best practices to produce a well-educated Islamic scientist and human capital who live in motto:

 

“Syumul, Taqwa, Dynamic”

  1. Bachelor of Islamic Studies with Honors
  2. Diploma in Islamic Studies
  3. Syariah Diploma
  4. Diploma in Arabic
  5. Foundation of Islamic Studies