Student perception of program learning outcome: Case study at faculty of islamic studies, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia

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This article discusses student perception of program learning outcomes (HP) by focusing on HP at the Faculty of Islamic Studies (FPI), Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM). The approach is quantitative and descriptive of perception among students of FPI, UKM. Study findings show that 100% of respondents are at good to excellent levels in terms of HP8 (the awareness of the importance of in-depth knowledge and life-long learning), compared to other HP. 100% of respondents from four departments, that is, Department of Da'wah and Leadership Studies (JPDK), Department of Theology and Philosophy (JUF), Department of al-Quran and al-Sunnah Studies (JQS) and Department of Arabic Studies and Islamic Civilization (JPATI) are at good to excellent levels for HP1 (the ability to master and apply basic knowledge of Islamic Studies). For HP2 (the ability to acquire in-depth knowledge of Islamic sciences in their respective specialisations), HP6 (the possession of ethics and responsibility in national development) and HP7 (the ability to effectively communicate), 100% of respondents from three departments are at levels good to excellent. HP2 involves respondents JUF, JQS and JPATI. HP6 involves respondents from JPDK, JQS and JPATI. And HP7 involves respondents from JPDK, Department of Syariah (JS) and JPATI. And for HP5 and HP9, 100% of respondents from two departments, that is, JPDK and JUF are at good to excellent levels.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)3241-3248
Number of pages8
JournalJournal of Applied Sciences Research
Volume8
Issue number7
Publication statusPublished - Jul 2012

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Life Long Learning
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Keywords

  • Faculty of Islamic Studies (FPI)
  • Malaysian qualifications framework
  • Program learning outcomes (HP)
  • Student perception

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