Know More about UNAIR Islamic Economics Program

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UNAIR NEWS – Each program in higher education has its own interesting aspect. It is very different from high school life because at college science and academic studies are very specific and detailed. So, what about the Islamic Economics Program, Faculty of Economics and Business (FEB), Universitas Airlangga? On this occasion, UNAIR NEWS team managed to summarize the excitement of studying Islamic economics from the lecturers’ explanation.

Based on Rector’s Decree No. 935 / J03 / HK / 2007, S1 Islamic Economics is the fourth program of FEB. S1 Islamic Economics aims to meet the needs of  scholars and professionals who are broad-minded Islamic economic human resources in the fields of Islamic economics, business and finance especially to support the development of Islamic economics in Indonesia.

“The S1 Islamic Economics program develops Student Exchange program based on sociopreneur and research. So, we send students who excel in academic and non-academic fields or English Class, “said Noven Suprayogi as a lecturer at FEB UNAIR.

Noven also said that students can collaborate in joint research or publications with lecturers and students at FEB through a proposal presented and supervised by UNAIR lecturers.

“Student Exchange can replace KKN, so that it can be an opportunity to become a variety of KKN models,” he said.

“If you become an outstanding student you will get a reward in the form of  program to a country that cooperates with UNAIR S1 Islamic Economics,” he said.

Interestingly, there is an opportunity to study conventional and Islamic economics at the same time. It can provide a new perspective for students regarding the Islamic economic system.

“If you want to be admitted in Islamic economy, it is not different from other economic majors. You should have ability in mathematics and statistics. Never assume that economics studies are based on memorization. It is full of qualitative and quantitative analysis,” Noven stated.

Islamic economics students are not always religious experts. Therefore, students from public high schools can register because at the beginning of the semester, they will be taught various religious materials such as Mualah Fiqh.

“We can understand the Islamic economics with logics, answer economic issues, and be able to think critically. And, we can gain knowledge for our life, “said the opinion of 2017 Islamic economics students.

Noven advised that high school students who want to continue their education to higher education must choose what profession to pursue before choosing the program at college. Then, look for information about the need for the profession you want to pursue. Because, in today’s digital era, many professions are disappearing.

“Look for information about PTN (state universities, ed) that fit your program. Do not forget to check the accreditation. Prepare yourself and don’t give up! ” (*)


Author: Rolista Dwi Oktavia

Editor: Feri Fenoria


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