BACHELOR DEGREE PROGRAM in Social Sciences

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Bachelor of Philosophy Program

In Social Sciences

Bodhisastra University, Florida, USA

 

 

Name of Institute:                    Bodhisastra University, Florida, USA

Campus/Faculty/Department –

 

  1. Course Name: Bachelor of Philosophy Program in Social Sciences

 

  1. Name of Degree and Branch

Full name:                      Bachelor of Philosophy in Social Sciences

Abbreviation:                 B.Phil. (Social Sciences)

 

  1. Fields of Study

3.1 Social Change

3.2 Social Enterprise

3.3 Social Development

3.4 Social Education

3.5 Public Administration

3.6 Social Communication

3.7 Business Administration

3.8 Social Economics

3.9 Lifelong Education

3.10 Community Care

3.11 Public Health

3.12 Folk and Holistic Medicine

3.13 Law and Social Justice

3.14 English Communication

3.15 Peace Studies

 

The student will choose the research and the transcript of the subject based on the field of their study.

 

  1. Credits throughout the course: 120 credits

 

5.  Philosophy, significance and objectives of the curriculum

5.1 Philosophy

Undergraduate Philosophy Program in Social Sciences aims to enhance the capacity of individuals with the ability to operate as a volunteer for the community and society, have a sense of responsibility for their own local communities and the sense of being a world citizen, understand local communities, able to understand the community in an integrated manner, taking into account both physical factor and self-reliant way of life, social coexistence, shared responsibility for themselves and society, learning entrepreneurial skills by taking action, and learning to exchange with the network of leaders in various communities        

 

Undergraduate Philosophy Program in Social Sciences is a course that provides opportunities for learners to obtain a degree in social sciences in any branch, such as Public Administration, Business Administration,  Social Entrepreneurship, Entrepreneurship, Education, etc. which follow the chosen  project or field of specialization, or with the field of  student achievement, except the field of religions which are different in courses based on the particular religion.

 

5.2 Significance

5.2.1 Development of individuals to be able to analyze the community as a whole in order to create a comprehensive knowledge of community issues and new initiatives in being a social entrepreneur.

5.2.2 Giving priority to the main target group of the community to be able to have a life of self-reliance and create income for themselves and their families.

5.2.3 Education that focuses on learning from real situations and actual operations in the community to strengthen the skills and spirit of social entrepreneurs.

5.2.4 Focus on education for problem solving and community development, for community leaders and volunteers.

5.3 Objectives of the course

5.3.1 Have knowledge and good attitude towards living according to the ethical principles of society for leaders and volunteers to serve society and local communities.

5.3.2 Equip with knowledge and ability to analyze local communities, society and globalization system, have understanding of natural resource changes, the environment and global crisis, as well as strengthening the community to protect the natural resources and environment of communities and local communities.

5.3.3 Have the ability to collect and manage the resources of the community and society, initiate activities for the benefit of the community and society to create both value and added value to the local community.

5.3.4 Promote participatory and collaborative learning and have communication skills in modern language and technology.

 

  1. Educational Management System

6.1 Learning system

6.1.1 Bachelor’s degree program, 4 years or 8 regular semesters

6.1.2 Using a dual education system, with 1 academic year divided into 2 academic semesters

6.2 Comparative credits in the dual system

1 credit is equal to 1 hour of lectures per week or 15 hours per 1 semester

 

  1. Course Implementation

7.1 Days-time for teaching and learning

The duration of each course is as follows:

Semester 1, February – June

Semester 2, July – November

7.2 Opportunities for students

Both regular and special education

7.3 General qualifications of the study participants or applicants

7.3.1 With graduation not lower than upper secondary school level, ordinary or vocational line, or equivalent based on the curriculum of the Ministry of Education or

7.3.2 With no complete high school education but being a social entrepreneur whose work is evident, not less than 25 years of age, starting from the first semester, must have a certificate of knowledge equivalent to the upper secondary school of Bodhisastra University.

7.4 Educational management model

1) Classroom education

2) Distance learning in the E-Learning system

3) Research Program

4) Online Video Conference

5) Self and Independent Study

6) Project – Based Learning

 

7.5 Credit Transfer

The transfer of the results of the study of students from other institutions, the transfer of the results of the study of students in the educational system or outside the educational system, job comparison or comparison of experiences of non-formal education or informal students, or being a person with obvious social entrepreneurship comparable in each course, by studying at least for 21 credits and having to attend university on a distance system of not less than 1 semester.

 

  1. Curricula

8.1 Total Credits Throughout the Curriculum 120 credits

8.2 Course Structure

1) General Education Courses                                       30 credits

2) Basic Courses                                                  21 credits

3) Major Courses                                                           33 credits

4) Minor Group                                                   12 credits

5) Practice                                                            24 credits

total 120 credits

 

8.3 Courses

1) General Education Courses              30 credits

  1. Life and learning (BOU11101) 3 credits
  2. Occupation and quality of life (BOU11102) 3 credits
  3. Community and social development (BOU11103) 3 credits
  4. Ethics in life (BOU11104) 3 credits
  5. Volunteer spirit and citizenship (BOU11105) 3 credits
  6. Local language usage (BOU11106) 3 credits
  7. English usage 1 (BOU11107) 3 credits
  8. English usage 2 (BOU11108) 3 credits
  9. English usage 3 (BOU11109) 3 credits
  10. Computer use (BOU11110) 3 credits

 

2) Basic Courses                                   21 credits

  1. History and community changes (BOU11201) 3 credits
  2. Leadership (BOU1102) 3 credits
  3. Data and community information (BOU11203) 3 credits
  4. Community culture and tradition (BOU11204) 3 credits
  5. Social capital (BOU11205) 3 credits
  6. Social welfare (BOU11206) 3 credits
  7. Community map (BOU11207) 3 credits

 

3) Major courses                                   33 credits

  1. Current world situations (BOU11301) 3 credits
  2. Social entrepreneurship (BOU11302) 3 credits
  3. Social product development (BOU11303) 3 credits
  4. Cooperative (BOU11303) 3 credits
  5. Community Enterprise (BOU11305) 3 credits
  6. Social Marketing (BOU11306) 3 credits
  7. Innovation (BOU11307) 3 credits
  8. Social Responsibility (BOU11308) 3 credits
  9. Strategic Management (BOU11309) 3 credits
  10. Social entrepreneur accounting (BOU11310) 3 credits
  11. Meditation ((BOU11311)                              3 credits

 

4) Minor Group 12 credits

  1. Participation in development work (BOU11401) 3 credits
  2. Knowledge management (BOU11402) 3 credits
  3. Management of problems and conflicts (BOU11403) 3 credits
  4. Media production for presentation (BOU11404) 3 credits

 

5) Practice Group 24 credits

  1. Practice 1 (BOU11501) (Writing and project presentation) 3 credits
  2. Practice 2 (BOU11502)

(Situation and Environmental Analysis)                                3 credits

  1. Practice 3 (BOU11503) (Action Plan 1) 6 credits
  2. Practice 4 (BOU11504) (Action Plan 2) 6 credits
  3. Practice 5 (BOU11505) (Transfer of work lessons) 3 credits
  4. Practice 6 (BOU11506) (Writing reports and presentations) 3 credits

 

Notes: Practical courses change according to the branch that the student registers for study (Except religious courses)

 

Course Code Assignment and Meanings:

Number 1 means Degree 1 = Bachelor degree, 2 = Master’s degree, 3 = Doctorate degree

Number 2 means First Course

Number 3 means Subject Group

Number 4-5 refers to the Sequence of Courses in the Group.

 

  1. Rules or Criteria for Grades

9.1 The scoring system is divided into 8 levels.

Score                              Levels

A                          4.0

B+                        3.5

B                          3.0

C+                        2.5

C                          2.0

D+                        1.5

D                          1.0

F                           0

Transferred Credits, use CP – Credit from Portfolio

 

9.2. For non- scoring system, use the following symbols:

Symbols                 Meaning

S                           Satisfied

U                          Unsatisfied

I                            Incomplete

P                           In Progress

W                         Withdrawn

 

9.3. Verification process for student achievement standards

9.3.1 Instructors give examples of student assessments for all course verifications.

9.3.2 Establish a review committee to randomly check the student’s grades or reports.

9.3.3 Compare the individual examination scores of each subject to meet the criteria for each instructor to have a scoring standard, especially those with more than one instructor.

9.3.4 Prepare the standardized test for the same course in the case of multiple examiners.

9.3.5 Survey opinions of the graduate users about each test question to standardize the test.

 

9.4 Graduation Requirements

9.4.1 Study and registration as required by the curriculum within 5 years.

9.4.2 Must have a cumulative GPA of not less than 2.00.

9.4.3 Must have passed the practicum or practice of professional experience as specified in the course.

 

10 Sample of Education Plan

10.1 Regular registration from the 1st year to the last year

1st year, 1st semester

  1. Life and learning (BOU11101) 3 credits
  2. Career and quality of life (BOU11102) 3 credits
  3. Community and social development (BOU11103) 3 credits
  4. Ethics in life (BOU11104) 3 credits
  5. Volunteer mind and citizen consciousness (BOU11105) 3 credits
  6. English usage 1 (BOU11107) 3 credits
  7. Practice 1 (writing and project presentation) (BOU11501) 3 credits

 

1st year, 2nd semester

  1. Local language usage (BOU11106) 3 credits
  2. English usage 2 (BOU11108) 3 credits
  3. Computer use (BOU11110) 3 credits
  4. Participation in development work (BOU11401) 3 credits
  5. Community changes (BOU11201) 3 credits
  6. Practice 2 (situation and environmental analysis) (BOU11501) 3 credits

 

2nd year, 1st semester

  1. Community culture and traditions (BOU11204) 3 credits
  2. Social capital (BOU11205) 3 credits
  3. Social welfare (BOU11206) 3 credits
  4. Community map (BOU11207) 3 credits
  5. English usage 3 (BOU11109) 3 credits
  6. Practice 3 (Plan 1) (BOU11503) 6 credits

 

2nd year, 2nd semester

  1. Community data and information (BOU11203) 3 credits
  2. Current world situations (BOU11301) 3 credits
  3. Knowledge for entrepreneurs(BOU11402) 3 credits
  4. Social product development (BOU11303) 3 credits
  5. Cooperatives (BOU11303) 3 credits
  6. Community enterprise (BOU11302) 3 credits
  7. Practice 4 (Plan 2) (BOU11504) 6 credits

 

3rd year, 1st semester

  1. Social marketing (BOU11306) 3 credits
  2. Social innovation (BOU11304) 3 credits
  3. Social responsibility (BOU11308) 3 credits
  4. Strategic management (BOU11309) 3 credits
  5. Accounting for social entrepreneur (BOU11310) 3 credits
  6. Practice 5 (transfer of work lessons) (BOU11505) 3 credits

 

3rd year, 2nd semester

  1. Leadership (BOU11202) 3 credits
  2. Knowledge management (BOU11402) 3 credits
  3. Management of problems and conflicts(BOU11403) 3 credits
  4. Media production for presentation (BOU11404) 3 credits
  5. Practice 6 (writing reports and presentations) (BOU11506) 3 credits

 

4th year, 1st semester

Enroll in courses that have not been passed in each semester

 

10.2 Regular Registration in Transferred Students Group

Transferred students mean students who have work experience and success in life in the field that students choose to study, with clear empirical results. This group of students can be transferred by allowing at least 1 semester in the course to be transferred. Transferred students must write out their experience or body of knowledge, not less than 1 page.

 

  1. Course Descriptions

1) General Education Courses 30 credits

(1) Life and learning (BOU11101)                                           3 credits

History of life from childhood up to the present, fighting, commitment, overcoming ambition, aspiration, personal motto / core concept, career effort, raising a family, community and social care, success of social work. Give examples or focus on the most outstanding work. One work / activity should end the last line with important ideas, or the name that has been popularly called, or commitment to overcome in the future and presentation. Learning, training, seminars and education tours to see important work, both in the system and outside the system, the essence of learning important ideas and applying knowledge to work or transferring as important ideas in life and presentation

 

(2) Quality of life development (BOU11102)                          3 credits

Caring for both the physical health and mental health of oneself, family and society, practices of doctrines of religion related to the development of quality of life The practice of religious principles for the development of quality of life and presentation.

 

(3) Community and social development (BOU11103)            3 credits

Understanding the situation of the community and society, creating a good consciousness and volunteering in various activities of communities and society, principles of citizens, roles of citizens in social development, and presentation.

 

(4) Ethics in life (BOU11104)                                                 3 credits

Meaning of ethics, business ethics, samples of businesses that have good governance, and presentation

 

(5) Volunteering and citizenship (BOU11105)                        3 credits

Understanding the situation of the community and society, creating a good consciousness and volunteering in various activities of communities and society, principles of citizens, roles of citizens in social development, practice and presentation.

 

(6) Local language usage (BOU11106)                                    3 credits

Principles and practice of listening, reading, thinking, writing and speaking skills in dialects. In listening and reading, it is important to understand and express opinions. For reading, it focuses on reading aloud with writing, focusing on language. Writing focusses on paragraphs, rhetoric, expressions, figurative language as well as collecting and recording information. Speaking will focus on conversations, interviews, story-telling, knowledge transfer and critical thinking.

 

(7) English usage (BOU11107)                                                         3 credits

Listening, speaking, reading and writing skills in a combination of 4 skills, based on studying the grammatical structure of the language as the foundation,  and focus heavily on reading in order to help facilitating the language of communication in daily life correctly

 

(8) English usage (BOU11108)                                                         3 credits

Listening, speaking, reading and writing skills in a combination of 4 skills, based on studying the grammatical structure of the language as the foundation, and focus heavily on reading In order to help facilitate the language of communication in daily life correctly.

 

(9) English usage (BOU11109)                                                         3 credits

Listening, speaking, reading and writing skills in a combination of 4 skills, based on studying the grammatical structure of the language as the foundation, and focus heavily on reading in order to help facilitate the language of communication in daily life correctly.

 

(10) Computer use (BOU11110)                                             3 credits

Working principles of computer operating systems, using software packages to prepare documents and presentations to individuals and agencies involved in online information search professions, and database preparation at the individual level and related agencies in the profession.

 

2) Basic Courses 21 credits

(1) Community education (BOU11201)                                  3 credits

Community education concepts, community education methods, elements of community education, history and community education, community changes and problems, practice and presentation.

 

(2) Leadership (BOU11202)                                                    3 credits

Leadership concept, change leadership, case study of change leaders, practice and presentation.

 

(3) Community data and information (BOU11203)                          3 credits

Important information of the community, data collection, database creation, practice and presentation.

 

(4) Community culture and tradition (BOU11204)                           3 credits

Scope and significance of culture, community and social capital, community culture structure, local social and cultural changes, social capital characteristics, use of social capital for local development, and presentation.

 

(5) Social capital (BOU11205)                                                         3 credits

Scope and significance of culture, community and social capital, community culture structure, local social and cultural changes, social capital characteristics, use of social capital for local development, and presentation.

 

(6) Social welfare (BOU11206)                                               3 credits

Study the meaning of social welfare, concepts, practices and forms of operations, and the provision of welfare systems based on community funds, including intellectual capital management to ensure security in the lives of communities related to the savings system, production and consumption, and presentation.

 

(7) Community map (BOU11207)                                          3 credits

Working principles of community maps, concepts and methods of community mapping, map analysis for development, community map presentation, practice and presentation.

 

3) Major courses 30 credits

(1) Current world situations (BOU11301)                              3 credits

Current world situations, especially the situations in ASEAN countries.

 

(2) Social entrepreneurship (BOU11302)                                3 credits

Concepts and meanings of social entrepreneurship, business model of social entrepreneurship, samples of social entrepreneurship, practice and presentation.

 

(3) Social product development (BOU11303)                         3 credits

Concepts and meanings of social products, processes, examples, practice and presentation

 

(4) Cooperative (BOU11304)                                                  3 credits

History of the cooperative activities, cooperative business operators, success from operations, problems, obstacles, conclusions and analysis from presentation studies

 

(5) Community enterprise (BOU11305)                                  3 credits

Case studies of individuals, groups or organizations, history, inspiration, activities of being a community enterprise entrepreneur, success from operations, problems, obstacles, conclusions and analysis from presentation studies.

 

(6) Social marketing (BOU11306)                                           3 credits

Study marketing concepts, social marketing, case studies on social marketing, practice in social marketing, and presentation.

 

(7) Social innovation (BOU11307)                                         3 credits

Study the concept of innovation and creativity, social innovation, case studies on social innovation and practice and presentation.

 

(8) Social responsibility (BOU11308)                                              3 credits

Study the concept of social responsibility, corporate social responsibility – CSR, social responsibility, differences in social enterprise, case studies, practice presentation.

 

(9) Strategic management (BOU11309)                                  3 credits

Definitions of strategic management and compare with different types of administration, strategic thinking and other types of thinking, case studies and practice presentation.

 

(10) Social entrepreneur accounting (BOU11310)                            3 credits

Accounting system of social entrepreneurs, methods, practices, case studies and practice.

 

(11) Meditation (BOU1131)                                                    3 credits

Practice meditation and mindfulness.

 

4) Minor group 12 credits

(1) Participation in development work (BOU11401) 3 credits

The concept of participation, participation in development, concepts of development, case studies and practice presentation.

 

(2) Knowledge management (BOU11402)                               3 credits

Knowledge management concepts, knowledge management in work, case studies and practice in knowledge management, and presentation.

 

(3) Management of problems and conflicts (BOU11403)                 3 credits

New theories for looking at problems and conflicts, creative conflicts resolutions, case studies of conflict and practice in solving conflicts, and presentation.

 

(4) Media production for presentation (BOU11404)               3 credits

Meaning of media and the meaning of the presentation, concepts of adult communication, modern media production, case study presentation, presentation skill training.

 

5) Practice 27 credits

(1) Practice 1 (BOU11501)                                                      3 credits

Topic assignment, writing the importance of the story, and project presentation

 

(2) Practice 2 (BOU11502)                                                      3 credits

Situation and environmental analysis affecting the presentation project, context analysis of the project and presentation of the action plan.

 

(3) Practice 3 (BOU11503)                                                      6 credits

Implementation of Plan 1, preliminary preparation, implementation of the project of the first phase of the student, study of case studies related to student work and presentations.

 

(4) Practice 4 (BOU11504)                                                      6 credits

Implementation of Plan 2, second phase practice, continued from Phase 1, tracking the performance, analysis of important problems and obstacles.

 

(5) Practice 5 (BOU11505)                                                      3 credits

Transfer of work lessons, results analysis of both short-term and long-term effects.

 

(6) Practice 6 (BOU11506)                                                      3 credits

Document reporting, presentation, both by media and documents.

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