IMPLEMENTATION OF CURRICULUM IN ENGLISH STUDY PROGRAM IN IMPROVING THE QUALITY OF GRADUATES
The purpose of this research is to find out. (1). English Language Study Program curriculum planning in Improving the Quality of Graduates (2). Implementation of the curriculum in the English Study Program (3). Evaluation of the curriculum of the English Study Program (4). Supporting and inhibiting factors in implementing the curriculum. Methods This research uses a qualitative approach, describing the phenomena that occur in the field. Data collection techniques through (a). In-depth interview with grid based guidelines (b). Field observations to complete the data and information obtained through interviews, (c). Documentation studies were conducted by seeking information that focused on research. Location and time of the research was conducted at the University of Sheikh Yusuf Tangerang and the University of MuhammadiyahTangerang. Among other conclusions (1). Planning prepared in accordance with the Vision and Mission of the English study program in improving the quality of university graduates (2). Implementation of Curriculum Implementation based on the Indonesian National Qualifications Framework as formulated in the draft (3). Evaluation of the implementation of the study program curriculum in improving the quality of graduates with learning outcomes for graduates of English study programs at their respective universitiesImplementation of Curriculum
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