The Independent Campus curriculum for the Pancasila and Civic Education Study Program (PPKn) was prepared based on the Strategic Plan of the Faculty of Social Sciences (FSC) and the Yogyakarta State University (UNY) Strategic Plan for 2020-2025 by considering the dynamics of very fast change entering the industrial era 4.0 and the era of society. 5.0. These two eras brought the consequences of changes in various aspects such as economic, social, political, cultural, and employment which ultimately resulted in the demand for changes to the curriculum of study programs. This era clearly requires the presence of new human resource capacities, far exceeding the previously required competencies. Creativity and innovation are the keywords to succeed and achieve progress in the future era.

In addition to the strategic plan, changes in the vision, mission, goals, and strategic objectives of Faculty of Social Sciences (FSC) are also the basics for developing the curriculum for the Independent Campus of the Civics Study Program. The revision of the vision and mission of UNY, contained in Permenristekdikti Number 35 of 2017, article 29 concerning the UNY Statute, was adjusted to the grand design of UNY to answer the demands of the era of education. The regulation stipulates that the schemes that students can choose from include three patterns, namely Patterns 512, 611, and 602. These patterns guarantee the right to study outside the study program.

No. Module 1 (University Courses)
1. Islamic Education
  Catholic Education
  Christian Education
  Hindu Education
  Buddhist Education
  Confucianism Education
2. Pancasila
3. Indonesian Language
4. English
5. Digital Transformation
6. Creativity, Innovation and Entrepreneurship
7. Science Education
8. Civic Education
9. Educational Management
10. Sociology and Anthropology of Education


No. Module 2 (Faculty Courses)
1. Basics of Social Science
2. Character Education and Professional Ethics
3. Statistics


No. Module 3 (Study Program Courses)
1. Micro Teaching
2. Curriculum and Learning Pancasila and Citizenship Education
3. Pancasila and Citizenship Education Learning Strategy
4. Learning Media for Pancasila and Citizenship Education
5. Assessment of Pancasila and Citizenship Education Learning
6. Quantitative Research Methodology
7. Qualitative Research Methodology
8. Basics of Moral Education
9. Human Rights Education
10. Multicultural Education
11. Introduction to Indonesian Law
12. Introduction to Law
13. Civil Law
14. Commercial Law
15. Criminal Law
16. Constitutional Law Theory
17. Constitutional Law
18. State Administrative Law
19. Sociology of Law
20. Islamic Law
21. Philosophy of Law
22. Agrarian Law
23 Tax Law
24. Politics of Law
25. Legal Drafting & Contract Drafting
26. Customary Law
27. International Law
28. Civil Procedure Law
29. Criminal Procedure Law
30. Political Science
31. Political Theories
32. Political Sociology
33. Comparison of Government Systems
34. International Institutions
35. Public Policy
36. Local Politics
37. Theory of State
38. Pancasila Philosophy
39. Citizenship Science
40. Civic Education


No. Module 4 (Elective Course)
1. Capita Selecta Politics
2. Capita Selecta of Law
3. Capita Selecta of Law
4. Religious Morals
5. Global Citizenship Education
6. National Character Education
7. Indonesian Political Economy
8. Employment Law
9. Indonesian Political System and Culture
10. Legal Drafting & Contract Drafting
11. Criminology


No. Module 5 (Practices)
1. Micro Teaching
2. FieldWork Practices / Pancasila and Citizenship Education Field Work
3. Educational Practices (EP)
4. Community Services (KKN)


Bachelor's Thesis