Bachelor of Psychology

COURSES

The curriculum of Bachelor of Psychology programme is updated once every five years. Currently there are two curricula that apply, namely Curriculum of 2009 for students of Class 2012 and earlier, and Curriculum of 2014 for students of Class 2013 and later. Curriculum of 2014 is the redesign of Curriculum of 2009. The academic burden applies Semester Credit System (Sistem Kredit Semester/SKS).

CURRICULUM OF 2009
In curriculum of 2009, student must take at least 145 sks to be able to graduate as Sarjana Psikologi (Bachelor of Psychology).

COURSE CATEGORIES
Course Categories SKS Number of Course
University Compulsory Course 10 5
Core Compulsory Course 117 46
Majoring Compulsory Course Educational and Developmental Psychology 12 6
Social Psychology and Personality 12 6
Industrial and Organisational Psychology 12 6
Clinical Psychology and Mental Health 12 5
Elective Course 6 12
Total 145 69 or 68

Note:
  • University Compulsory Courses are basic courses according to the university curriculum policy.
  • Core Compulsory Courses are basic and advanced courses designed by the Faculty of Psychology Universitas Airlangga based on the Colloquium agreement to support predetermined competencies building for graduates of the programme.
  • Majoring Compulsory Courses are advanced courses designed by the Faculty of Psychology Universitas Airlangga to provide enrichment in particular area of interest which will be necessary competencies the community needs in the future. These courses prepare the Bachelor of Psychology from Faculty of Psychology Universitas Airlangga to have competitiveness among other graduates, both from local and overseas programmes. Majoring Compulsory Courses are divided into four major which students can choose, namely Educational and Developmental Psychology, Social Psychology and Personality, Industrial and Organisational Psychology, and Clinical Psychology and Mental Health.
  • Elective Courses are courses for knowledge enrichment designed by the Faculty of Psychology Universitas Airlangga. These courses aim to offer opportunities for students to improve their knowledge by learning courses outside their major.
  • Note: Students will have opportunity to take Majoring Compulsory Courses outside their major, but they will not be accounted into the minimum 145 sks to graduate. For instance, students from Social Psychology and Personality major can take compulsory courses from Educational and Developmental Psychology major, Clinical Psychology and Mental Health major, and Industrial and Organisational Psychology major, however the sks taken will not be accounted into the minimum 145 sks as the requirement for graduation.
  CURRICULUM STRUCTURE
SEMESTER 1 Compulsory courses that must be taken collectively in Semester 1   Introductory Psychology I 3 sks
Introductory Psychology II 3 sks
Compulsory courses that can be taken in accordance with the remaining sks   Physiological Psychology 2 sks
Anthropology 2 sks
History of Psychology 2 sks
Religion I 2 sks
The Philosophy of Science and Logic 2 sks
Pancasila and Citizenship Education 2 sks
Sociology 2 sks
SEMESTER 2 Compulsory courses that must be taken collectively in Semester 2 Social Psychology I 3 sks
Social Psychology II 3 sks
Statistics I 3 sks
Statistics II 3 sks
Compulsory courses that can be taken in accordance with the remaining sks. Theory of Developmental Psychology 2 sks
Clinical Psychology 3 sks
Psychology of Learning 3 sks
Human Philosophy 2 sks
Elective courses Forensic Psychology 2 sks
SEMESTER 3 Compulsory courses that must be taken collectively in Semester 3 Personality Psychology I 3 sks
Personality Psychology II 3 sks
Developmental Psychology I 3 sks
Developmental Psychology II 3 sks
Compulsory courses that can be taken in accordance with the remaining sks. Industrial and Organisational Psychology 3 sks
Psychometrics 3 sks
Psychodiagnostics I 2 sks
Principles of Management 2 sks
Basic Natural Science 2 sks
Elective courses Family Psychology 2 sks
Psychology of Gender 2 sks
Group Dynamics 2 sks
Psychology of Mass 2 sks
SEMESTER 4 Compulsory courses that must be taken collectively in Semester 4 Psychodiagnostics II 2 sks
Psychodiagnostics III 2 sks
Compulsory courses that can be taken in accordance with the remaining sks.   Research Methodology (Basic) 3 sks
Experimental Psychology 2 sks
Ethics Code for Psychologist 2 sks
Test Construction 3 sks
Achievement Test 3 sks
Human Resource Management 2 sks
Educational Psychology 3 sks
Elective courses Andragogy 2 sks
Psychology of Communication 2 sks
SEMESTER 5 Compulsory courses that must be taken collectively in Semester 5 Psychodiagnostics IV 2 sks
Psychodiagnostics V 3 sks
Psychodiagnostics VI 3 sks
Compulsory courses that can be taken in accordance with the remaining sks.   Abnormal Psychology 3 sks
Behaviour Modification 2 sks
Counselling 3 sks
Community Service Field Work 3 sks
Compulsory courses for Clinical Psychology and Mental Health major Health Psychology 2 sks
Depth Psychology 2 sks
Compulsory courses for Industrial and Organisational Psychology major Organisational Theory 2 sks
Competencies in Work 2 sks
Compulsory courses for Social Psychology and Personality major Psychology of Social Change 2 sks
Applied Social Psychology 2 sks
Compulsory courses for Educational and Developmental Psychology major Educational Philosophy 2 sks
Psychology of Exceptional Children and Adolescents 2 sks
Psychology of Playing 2 sks
Elective courses Mental Health 2 sks
Pathology in Children and Adolescents 2 sks
Decision Making Model 2 sks
SEMESTER 6 Compulsory courses that must be taken collectively in Semester 6 Quantitative Research 3 sks
Qualitative Research 3 sks
Compulsory courses that can be taken in accordance with the remaining sks.   Cognitive Psychology 2 sks
Anthropology 2 sks
Humanistic Psychology 2 sks
Cross-Cultural Psychology 2 sks
Interpersonal Relationship 2 sks
Compulsory courses for Clinical Psychology and Mental Health major Assessment of Clinical Psychology 3 sks
Seminar of Clinical Psychology 2 sks
Compulsory courses for Industrial and Organisational Psychology major Organisational Behaviour 2 sks
Individual Development in Organisation 2 sks
Compulsory courses for Social Psychology and Personality major Social Issues in Indonesian Community 2 sks
Community Assessment and Social Analysis 2 sks
Compulsory courses for Educational and Developmental Psychology major Assessment of Educational and Developmental Psychology 2 sks
Educational Psychology of Gifted Children 2 sks
Elective courses Industrial Relationship 2 sks
Psychology of Commerce 2 sks
SEMESTER 7 Compulsory courses that can be taken in accordance with the remaining sks.   Thesis 6 sks
Compulsory courses for Clinical Psychology and Mental Health major Clinical Intervention 3 sks
Compulsory courses for Industrial and Organisational Psychology major Seminar of Industrial and Organisation Psychology 2 sks
Human Resource Management in Organisation 2 sks
Compulsory courses for Social Psychology and Personality major Social Research 2 sks
Seminar of Social Psychology 2 sks
Compulsory courses for Educational and Developmental Psychology major Seminar of Educational and Developmental Psychology 2 sks

CURRICULUM OF 2014
Meanwhile in the Curriculum of 2014, student must take at least 144 sks to graduate as Sarjana Psikologi (Bachelor of Psychology).

COURSE CATEGORIES
Course Category SKS Number of Courses
University Compulsory Course 21 10
Programme Compulsory Course 102 31
Elective Course Educational and Developmental Psychology 19 8
Social Psychology and Personality 19 6
Industrial and Organisational Psychology 19 6
Clinical Psychology and Mental Health 19 8

Note:
  • University Compulsory Courses are basic courses according to the university curriculum policy.
  • Programme Compulsory Courses are basic and advanced courses which are designed by Bachelor of Psychology programme, Faculty of Psychology, Universitas Airlangga to obtain learning objectives of Bachelor of Psychology graduates in Faculty of Psychology Universitas Airlangga.
  • Elective Courses are advanced courses which are designed by Faculty of Psychology Universitas Airlangga to provide enrichment in some particular filed of interest – in line with the demand in the community and psychological science and research advancement. This course provides graduates from Bachelor of Psychology Universitas Airlangga with skills to compete with other domestic and overseas graduates. Elective courses are divided into 4 majoring that students can choose, namely Educational and Developmental Psychology, Social Psychology and Personality, Industrial and Organizational Psychology, and Clinical Psychology and Mental Health. Students must decide their major and take all elective courses of their major and at least one (1) course of other majors.
  CURRICULUM STRUCTURE
No Course SKS
Code Course Name
1 2 3 4
SEMESTER 1
COMPULSORY
1a AGB101 Religion of Budhism I (2 sks) 2
1b AGI101 Religion of Islam I (2 sks)
1c AGK101 Religion of Catholic I (2 sks)
1d AGP101 Religion of Protestant Christian I (2 sks)
1e AGH101 Religion of Hinduism I (2 sks)
1f AGC101 Religion of Kong Hu Chu I (2 sks)
2 PSU104 History and Schools of Psychology 2
3 SOA102 Anthropology 2
4 SOS102 Sociology 2
5 PSU106 Individual Behavior and Mental Process 3
6 PSU107 Biopsychology of Behavior 4
7 PSS104 Social Cognition 2
8 PSS105 Social Interaction 3
9 BAE110 English Language 2
TOTAL OF STUDY BURDEN IN SEMESTER 1 22
 
SEMESTER 2
COMPULSORY
1 NOP103 Pancasila 2
2 NOP104 Citizenship Education 2
3 PHP101 Philosophy of Knowledge 2
4 PHP102 Human Philosophy 2
5 PSS106 Social Influence and Group Dynamics 2
6 PSU105 Psychology of Learning 2
7 PSU108 Psychology of Personality 4
8 PSD101 Theories of Developmental Psychology 3
9 BAI101 Indonesian Language 2
10 SOK105 Communication Skills 2
TOTAL OF STUDY BURDEN IN SEMESTER 2 23
 
SEMESTER 3
COMPULSORY
1 PSD203 Human Development, Education, & Family 4
2 PSC202 Healthy Behavior 2
3 PSC305 Mental Health 3
4 PSA207 Psychological Measurement 5
5 PSA208 Basics of Psychological Assessment 4
6 PSA209 Basics of Psychological Intervention 4
TOTAL OF STUDY BURDEN IN SEMESTER 3 22
 
SEMESTER 4
COMPULSORY
1 PSE202 Educational Psychology 3
2 PSI201 Industrial and Organizational Psychology 3
3 PSC203 Psychopathology 3
4 PNP205 Basics of Research Methodology * 2
5 PSA210 Assessment & Intervention of Children and Adolescents * 4
6 PSA211 Assessment & Intervention of Adults and Late Adults * 4
7 PSA212 Assessment & Intervention of Community* 4
TOTAL OF STUDY BURDEN IN SEMESTER 4 23
 
SEMESTER 5
COMPULSORY
1a AGB401 Religion of Budhism II (2 sks) 2
1b AGI401 Religion of Islam II (2 sks)
1c AGK401 Religion of Catholic II (2 sks)
1d AGP401 Religion of Protestant Christian II  (2 sks)
1e AGH401 Religion of Hinduism II (2 sks)
1f AGC401 Religion of of Kong Hu Chu II (2 sks)
2 PSS303 Indigenous Psychology 3
3 PNP206 Method and Data Analysis of Quantitative Research 7
4 PNP207 Method and Data Analysis of Qualitative Research 4
5 PSA304 Assessment & Intervention of Organization 4
6 PSO301 Leadership and Decision Making 2
7 PSD305 Self-Development 2
TOTAL OF STUDY BURDEN IN SEMESTER 5 24
 
SEMESTER 6
COMPULSORY
1 KNP401 KKN-BBM 3
2 PSD403 Seminar of Educational and Developmental Psychology 2
3 PSE301 Early Childhood Education 2
4 PSE302 Adult Education 2
5 PSE303 Psychology of Giftedness 2
6 PSD303 Psychology of Playing 2
7 PSC309 Mental Health of Children and Adolescents 3
Social Psychology and Personality major
1 PSS405 Social Psychology (Seminar) 2
2 PSK301 Community Mental Health *** 3
3 PSS304 Cyber Space Psychology 2
4 PSS305 Psychology of Peace 2
5 PSS306 Psychology of Disaster 3
Industrial and Organisational Psychology major
1 PSI404 Industrial and Organizational Psychology (Seminar) 2
2 PSC310 Mental Health and Psychology of Working Behavior 3
3 PSO302 Psychology of Entrepreneurship 3
4 PSO303 Individual Development in Organization 5
Clinical Psychology and Mental Health major
1 PSC403 Seminar of Clinical Psychology and Mental Health 2
2 PSC311 Stress Management 2
3 PSC309 Mental Health of Children and Adolescents ** 3
4 PSC102 Forensic Psychology 2
5 PSC312 Therapeutic Counselling 2
6 PSK301 Community Mental Health *** 3
TOTAL OF MINIMUM STUDY BURDEN IN SEMESTER 6 15-17
 
SEMESTER 7
Educational and Developmental Psychology major
1 PSE304 Inclusive Education 3
2 PSD306 Optimization of Human Development 3
Social Psychology and Personality major
1 PSK302 Community-based Healthy Behavior 2
2 PSS307 Human Trafficking and Family Resilience 3
3 PSS308 Psychology of Mass 2
Industrial and Organisational Psychology major
1 PSO304 Group in Organization 2
2 PSO305 Organizational Development 4
Clinical Psychology and Mental Health major
1 PSC313 Family Mental Health 2
2 PSC314 Mental Health of Adults and Late Adults 3
TOTAL OF MINIMUM STUDY BURDEN IN SEMESTER 7 5-7
 
SEMESTER 8
1 PNP499 Thesis 6
TOTAL OF STUDY BURDEN IN SEMESTER 8 6
TOTAL OF MINIMUM STUDY BURDEN OF THE PROGRAMME 144


INTERNATIONAL CLASS
  1. Academic Mobility Exchange for Undergraduate at Airlangga (AMERTA). Bachelor of Psychology Programme offers some courses for international class centrally managed by Universitas Airlangga.
  2. Inbound-outbond student mobility UNAIR-UUM. Bachelor of Psychology programme and School of Applied Psychology, Social Work, and Policy, Universiti Utara (Malaysia) organizes student exchange from both programme, where students from each one will study for one semester in the partner-institution with a credit transfer system.
  3. 2+2 Articulation Program (collaboration with QUT, Australia). This programme is a collaboration between Bachelor of Psychology programme with School of Psychology and Counselling, Queensland University of Technology (Australia) which offers double degree. Students will spend their first two years in UNAIR and the next two years in QUT.
LEARNING OUTCOMES

Currently, there are two curricula that apply in Bachelor of Psychology programme, namely curriculum of 2009 and curriculum 2014. Curriculum of 2009 applies for students of Class 2012 and earlier. Meanwhile, curriculum of 2014 is the redesign of the curriculum of 2009 which applies for students of Class 2013 and later.

Learning Outcomes in Curriculum of 2009
Area of Competence Learning Outcomes
Personal: ability to develop self-awareness and characters building. 1. Able to apply psychology-specific content and skills, effective self-reflection, project-management skills, teamwork skills, communication skills, and career preparation inline to contextual values and professional standard.
Conceptual: ability to mastery psychological concepts and theories 2. Able to demonstrate fundamental knowledge and comprehension of the major concepts, theoretical perspectives, historical trends, and empirical findings to discuss how psychological principles apply to behavioural problems.
Research and assessment: ability and skills to conduct research and assessment about psychological issues of individual and community. 3. Able to demonstrate competence in theory use as well as designing and executing research and assessment plans.
Creation and intervention: ability to create programmer or products to promote individual and community well-being 4. Able to design innovative programmes or products to optimize contributions to society’s wellbeing.
 

Learning Outcomes in Curriculum of 2014

MAIN COMPETENCIES
No Learning Outcomes Courses
1 Showing behaviour based on noble values, respecting differences, and empathetic.
  • Religion of Islam I
  • Pancasila
  • Citizenship Education
2 Mastering major theoretical concepts of human mental functions and processes (e.g. memory, emotion, and motivation), as well as history and schools of psychology.
  • History and Schools of Psychology
  • Individual Behaviour and Mental Process
3 Mastering the theoretical concepts of the influence of brain and nervous system on behaviour.
  • of Behaviour
4 Mastering the theoretical concepts of learning process.
  • Psychology of Learning
  • Educational Psychology
5 Mastering the theories of personality
  • Psychology of Personality
Mastering the theoretical concepts of human developments from conception stage until elder stage.
  • Theories of Developmental Psychology
7 Mastering the theoretical concepts of mental health and psychopathology.
  • Psychopathology
  • Mental Health
Mastering the principles of community approach in seeking mental health improvement.
8 Mastering the theoretical concepts of human relationships with their social environment.
  • Social Cognition
  • Social Interaction
  • Social Influence and Group Dynamics
9 Mastering the concepts and basic theories of Industrial and Organisational Psychology.
  • Industrial and Organizational Psychology
10 Mastering basic statistical techniques and basic research methodology.
  • Basics of Research Methodology
11 Mastering phases of preparing psychological scale, concepts in psychological measurement (validity, reliability, norms), classical test theory, and basic concepts in psychometric.
  • Psychological Measurement
12 Able to develop psychological measurement instrument based on the rules of classical test theory
13 Mastering basic concepts and principles of psychodiagnostic, interview techniques, observation techniques, and theoretical concepts that underlie the psychological tests.
  • Basics of Psychological Assessment
14 Understanding basic methods of counselling, psychoeducation, training and psychotherapy.
  • Basic Psychological Interventions
15 Understanding theoretical concept of interpersonal communication and mass communication.
  • Communication Skill
16 Having an ability to explain the ideas by writing, showing presentation effectively, and using information technology with responsible.
17 Understanding scientific writing methods based on American Psychological Association (APA).
18 Understanding Ethics Principles of Profession and Ethic Codes of Psychology in Indonesia.
  • Religion II (Ethic Codes of Psychology)
19 Responsible on work result based on Ethic Codes of Psychology in Indonesia.
20 Mastering theoretical concept about self-development and carrier.
  • Personal Development
21 Capable on doing rapport and develop effective professional relation, and develop a healthy interpersonal relation.
  • Assessment and Intervention of Children and Adolescent
  • Assessment and Intervention of Adult and Elder people
  • Assessment and Intervention of Organization
  • Assessment and Intervention of Community
22 Mastering on doing interview, observation, psychological test based on psychodiagnostical principle and Ethic Codes of Psychology in Indonesia.
23 Able to analyse non-clinical psychological problems and behavioral problems and provide alternative solutions among existed solutions.
24 Capable on doing psychological intervention by using counselling method, psychoeducation, training and other intervention techniques based on theoretical concept of psychology and ethic codes of psychology in Indonesia.
25 Understanding on doing psychological research by using quantitative research method (at least descriptive statistical analysis or inferential bivariate, and non-parametric to observed variable) and by using qualitative research methods.
  • Quantitative Research Methods and Analysis
  • Qualitative Research Methods and Analysis
 
26 Able to plan and develop career and personal development
  • Personal Development
 

SUPPORTING COMPETENCIES
No Learning Outcomes Courses
27 Ability to explain basic concepts of science philosophy, such as paradigm, falsification, realism, and hypothetico-deductive model.
  • Philosophy of Knowledge
28 Ability to explain critically and argumentatively about philosophical problems of human nature associated with physical, metaphysical, and social features.
  • Human Philosophy
29 Ability to explain the impacts of science development and technology on global environment.
  • Basic Natural Science
30 Creating a map/dynamic of developmental and educational issues at each stage of development using a family perspective.
  • Human Development, Education, & Family
31 Creating a scheme/diagrams of group influences dynamics on social institutions, as well as how groups teach individuals about what is appropriate and inappropriate, facilitate and impede change, mark levels of status, social class and power, and demonstrate prejudice and discrimination.
  • Sociology
32 Mastering theoretical concepts and approaches of indigenous on individual and group behaviour.
  • Indigenous Psychology
33 Creating a scheme/diagrams of the dynamics of Indonesian current society behaviour using anthropology-psychological perspective.
  • Anthropology
34 Ability to apply Bahasa language in communicating, both orally and in writing based on applicable rules.
  • Indonesian Language
35 Ability to apply English language in communicating, both orally and in writing based on applicable rules.
  • English Language
36 Mastering theoretical concepts of family dynamics and development in relation to individual development.
  • Human Development, Education, & Family
37 Ability to design a community health promotion through intervention mapping approach.
  • Healthy Behaviour
38 Ability to recognize and develop potential leadership skills beneath themselves.
  • Leadership and Decision Making
39 Ability to make a decision based on decisional making analysis techniques.
40 Creating undergraduate thesis proposal based on topics and themes from each areas of interest.
  • Seminar of Clinical Psychology and Mental Health
  • Seminar of Educational and Developmental Psychology
  • Industrial and Organizational Psychology (Seminar)
  • Social Psychology (Seminar)
 

OTHER (SPECIFIED) COMPETENCIES
No Learning Outcomes Course
41 Compiling lesson planning or managing early childhood education based on concept of child development (Developmentally Appropriate Practice/DAP)
  • Early Childhood Education
42 Capable to design planning of learning programs for adults
  • Adult Education
43 Implementing programs for gifted individuals’ development on socio-emotional aspects, creativity, learning independence and career
  • Psychology of Giftedness
44 Capable to make educational game tool (APE) as stimulation of development and learning media in education
  • Psychology of Playing
45 Designing programs for preventing emotional and behavioral disorders in children and adolescents considering to the bio-psycho-socio-cultural and gender aspects
  • Mental Health of Children and Adolescents
46 Capable to develop learning strategies for Special Needs Students in accordance with their specificity in Inclusion School
  • Inclusive Education
47 Make the right recommendations to help optimize progress and resolve individual issues at every stage of developmental age (child, adolescent, adult and elderly)
  • Optimization of Human Development
48 Create design planning community profiling activities for mental health improvement
  • Community Mental Health
49 Intervening addictions behaviour which emerged by the use of computer-mediated communication behaviour, both in individual and social terms.
  • Cyber Space Psychology
50 Create design of conflict resolution within the context of Indonesian society
  • Psychology of Peace
51 Capable to perform psychological handling of disaster victims based on Psychological First Aids approach and procedure
  • Psychology of Disaster
52 Capable to intervene to strengthen psychosocial capacity for communities in disaster prone areas (disaster mitigation)
53 Identify risk factors that contribute to health problems by exploring determinant factors based on ecological approaches using intervention mapping measures
  • Community-based Healthy Behaviour
54 Performing assistance or psycho education for society related to human trafficking case
  • Human trafficking and Family Resilience
55 Designing a mass behaviour model for constructive interest in the life of society
  • Mass Psychology
56 Designing intervention models which able to increase positive work behaviour and reduce negative work behaviour
  • Mental Health and Psychology of Work Behaviour
57 Arranging a business plan and conducting a research market related to business which they will do
  • Psychology of entrepreneurship
58 Able to design a coaching for individual development in workplace
  • Individual Development in Organization
59 Designing a training which able to improve group effectivity for increasing mental health in organization
  • Group in Organization
60 Designing module of organization culture change initiation
  • Organizational Development
61 Creating a stress management project which related to personal stress cases in daily life
  • Stress Management
62 Able to perform psychological mapping of the perpetrators of criminal / criminal acts (criminal profiling)
  • Forensic Psychology
63 Able to perform psychological autopsy of the crime victim
64 Able to perform group counselling in case of substance abuse or risky behaviour of adolescence
  • Therapeutic Counselling
65 Performing counselling for non-clinical problem in marriage and family
  • Family Mental Health
66 Designing preventive, promotive, and curative program towards psychological disorders in adult and elderly
  • Adult and Elderly Mental Health
COURSE SCHEDULE

Learning activities are divided into two semesters in one year. The odd semester is held during August – January, while even semester is during February – July. The minimum number of meetings in one semester is 14 which can be conducted in various learning strategies, such as lecture, seminar, group discussion, field trip, research, and so on. Student can access their schedule through their respective account on Universitas Airlangga Cyber Campus (UACC).
ACADEMIC STATUS

Bachelor of Psychology programme is accreited ‘A’ based on Decision Letter No. 1386/BAN-PT/Akred/S/VII/2016, dated 29 July 2019, valid until 29 July 2021. Graduates will hold a Sarjana Psikologi degree (S.Psi, equivalent to Bachelor of Psychology). Students of 2+2 Articulation Program will hold Sarjana Psikologi degree and Bachelor of Behavioral Science degree.
STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS

Bachelor of Psychology programme offers opportunity for students to develop their soft skills and leadership potential through various student organization (Organisasi Kemahasiswaan - Ormawa): Student Executive Board (Badan Eksekutif Mahasiswa - BEM), Students Legislative Board (Badan Legislatif Mahasiswa - BLM), and Semi-Autonomous Board (Badan Semi Otonom - BSO). Activities of these student organisations are managed by the member, monitored by supervising lecturer, and reported periodically to the dean of the faculty.
Information pertaining to BEM: https://bem.psikologi.unair.ac.id/
Information pertaining to BLM: https://blm.psikologi.unair.ac.id/
BEASISWA

A number of scholarships is offered to the students and some of it are centrally managed by Universitas Airlangga. Scholarships are given to students who qualify for the requirements. The scholarships managed by UNAIR are:
  1. Beasiswa Masuk Universitas (BMU),
  2. BUMN Peduli Pendidikan,
  3. Bidik Misi,
  4. Peningkatan Prestasi Akademik (PPA),
  5. Bantuan Belajar Mahasiswa (BBM),
  6. Peningkatan Prestasi Ekstrakurikuler (PPE),
  7. Djarum Bakti Pendidikan,
  8. Bank Mayapada,
  9. Bank Eka Cipta,
  10. Semen Gresik,
  11. Indocement Tunggal Prakarsa,
  12. Pertamina Yekape,
  13. Supersemar,
  14. Bakti BCA
  15. Damandiri,
  16. Bank Indonesia,
  17. Bank Rakyat Indonesia,
  18. PT. Gas Negara,
  19. Marga Jaya,
  20. Indocement, etc.
Association of Psychology Universitas Airlangga Alumni (Ikatan Alumni Psikologi Universitas Airlangga / APSILANGGA) also offers student-loan for outstanding students in need based on priority scheme.
ALUMNI

About APSILANGGA

Faculty of Psychology Universitas Airlangga has an alumni associate called APSILANGGA (Alumni Psikologi Universitas Airlangga / Associate of Psychology Universitas Airlangga Alumni). Various activities are organized by APSILANGGA, both by the steering committee and the alumni. Alumni of Faculty of Psychology Universitas Airlangga are actively involved in numbers of activities organized by the university, particularly those which are organized by IKA UA and Faculty of Psychology. APSILANGGA has officially served as a communication medium for alumni since 2003 through an Alumni National Discussion (Mukernas Alumni) in Surabaya Hilton Hotel. It was named IKA-PSIKOLOGI UNAIR then. In Mukernas III 2008, this organisation changed its name into APSILANGGA. In addition to its function as a communication portal, in its development, APSILANGGA has succeeded in becoming a place for self-development for alumni, students, and wider community. APSILANGGA organizes numbers of seminar and training program and shares information about job vacancy via alumni blog and official website of the faculty. It is deemed as an effective way for academic and non-academic improvement for alumni, students, and the community. Recently, APSILANGGA collaborated with HIMPSI Jatim (East-Java regional HIMPSI) to become a bridge for psychodiagnostic skill and professional knowledge improvement for alumni, students, and wider community. APSILANGGA also builds a social network to sharpen community’s or particularly alumni’s social concern by raising funds and providing financial aids for those in need.

APSILANGGA's Activities

Since 2000, APSILANGGA has created a milist (mailing list) as a communication medium for alumni (https://groups.yahoo.com/group/alumni_psi_unair). APSILANGGA also has a blog for alumni to share new information pertaining to work and carrier which is also integrated to the faculty website (https://www.psikologi.unair.ac.id/alumni). This blog serves as a portal for socialisation of alumni’s activity, information about alumni, work vacancy information, training and seminar information both by APSILANGGA or other organizers, profile of alumni’s achievement, and also information about faculty’s events, especially those involving alumni.
Some regular activities held by APSILANGGA are:
  1. Conference
  2. Seminar and training
  3. Reunion and Family Gathering
  4. Shared learning with students
  5. Other academic and non-academic activities.
RESEARCH

Research and community outreach are organized by Faculty of Psychology and are arranged in a research roadmap by each department.
Information about research and community service interest can be located in the profile of each lecturer on this link: https://psikologi.unair.ac.id/tentang-fakultas-2/profil-dosen/.
Data about researches conducted by lecturers can be located on this link: https://psikologi.unair.ac.id/penelitian/