The Economics Undergraduate Study Program FEB Unud held a Focus Group Discussion (FGD) Curriculum Review of the 2022 Economics Undergraduate Study Program

Higher Education is part of the national education system which is expected to have a strategic role to achieve educational goals such as developing capabilities and shaping the character and civilization of a dignified nation in order to educate the nation's life, develop an academic community that is innovative, responsive, creative, skilled, competitive and cooperative through implementation of the Tridharma, as well as developing science and technology by paying attention to and applying the values ??of the humanities.

To answer this challenge, the Bachelor of Economics Study Program FEB UNUD held a Focus Group Discussion (FGD) reviewing the curriculum for the 2022 Bachelor of Economics Study Program on Friday 6 May 2022 at Plataran Ubud Hotel & Spa, Gianyar Regency. The purpose of carrying out this FGD activity is to obtain constructive, accurate and simultaneous input and information regarding the graduate criteria that must be formed so that it leads to the output of competent student graduates. This curriculum will be projected to be implemented in the odd semester of August 2022 to come.

This Focus Group Discussion (FGD) activity was opened directly by the Dean of FEB UNUD Agoes Ganesha Rahyuda, SE., MT., Ph.D, and was attended by the Deputy Dean for Student Affairs and Information Dr. I Gde Kadjeng Baskara, SE., MM and the Koprodi Bachelor of Economics Dr. Ni Putu Wiwin Setyari, SE., M.Si involving approximately 36 participants including users, alumni, active students, professors and lecturers at Environment of the Bachelor of Economics Study Program FEB UNUD. The external invitees (users) who attended included Government elements such as the Regional Research and Innovation Agency (BRIDA), the Human Resources Development and Personnel Agency (BKPSDM), Chair of the Angel Hearts Bali Foundation, Dr. Linda Yupita, S.Sos., MM, and the alumni who attended included I Dewa Gede Jati, SE., MSi, I Gede Andika Wira Teja, SE., MSi, while the active student element was Ni Luh Putu Irma Kusumayanti.

The FGD which lasted one full day could provide output in the form of input and related information about the development and improvement of the curriculum in accordance with the expectations of stakeholders in the Economics Bachelor Study Program FEB UNUD. The curriculum is also expected to be able to create a new atmosphere by following the development of needs and technological developments, including implementing the strategic policy of Merdeka Learning Merdeka Campus (MBKM).