The Improvement of Lecturers’ Quality in Guiding Students’ Final Assignment of FBS UNIMED

Marice Pangaribuan, Isda Pramuniati, Wahyu Triatmojo, Basyaruddin Basyaruddin

Abstract


This Faculty Management Research aims to determine the performance of lecturers in conducting the final assignment of students in FBS Unimed through the description of the quality of thesis supervisor in FBS, the distribution of thesis supervisor, student perceptions of the quality of supervision, and the quality of student thesis writing. Population used in this study is thesis of FBS Unimed students in the year of 2015-2017 as many as 1776 thesis with research sample of 266 thesis which focused on title elegance, problem background, problem identification, problem definition, problem formulation, problem objectives, research benefit, theory used, research method, research result , conclusions, references, attachments, and writing formats. The method used to achieve the goal is qualitative descriptive method. Questionnaire instruments, questionnaires, interviews and documentation were used in this study. The result of the research on the performance quality of the thesis supervisor in the FBS through 5 items of student perception question about the quality of the thesis supervisor which is very good in the average number, the distribution of the thesis supervisor in each study program is generally in accordance with the lecturer's knowledge grouped in the KDBK lecturers, the quality of lecturers guidance in FBS enters into good category, the quality of thesis content of Faculty of Language and Art Unimed students are generally included into good category.

The procedure of student thesis writing implementation include stages; (1) research outline, (2) determination of supervisor, (3) proposal mentoring process, (4) proposal seminar, (5) research implementation, (6) thesis writing, (7) thesis exam, and (8) thesis validation, the book of FBS Unimed Thesis Writing Guidance is prepared based on the FGD results conducted by the FBS dean at 9 Prodi in 3 Departments of Language and 2 Departments of Art as well as reviewing the existing of thesis supervisor’s guidebook.


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