LAMSAMA Accreditation Field Assessment of Master of Physics Study Program, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Jember University

The Lembaga Akreditasi Mandiri Sains Alam dan Ilmu Formal (LAMSAMA) team held a field assessment of the accreditation of the FMIPA UNEJ Physics Master’s Study Program. Vice Chancellor I University of Jember Prof. Drs. Slamin, M.Comp.Sc., Ph.D., together with Plt. Dean of FMIPA UNEJ Drs. Achamd Sjaifullah, M.Sc., Ph.D., accompany the assessor team at the opening of the field assessment (22/02). The assessor team consists of Prof. Dr. Mitrayana, S.Si., MSi., from Gadjah Mada University Yogyakarta and Prof. Drs. Triyanta, M.S., Ph.D., from Institut Teknologi Bandung.

Vice Chancellor UNEJ Prof. Slamin delivered a presentation on the University of Jember Profile. In his presentation, the vision and mission, faculty, postgraduate studies, study programs, teaching staff, educational staff, and active students at UNEJ were presented, as well as UNEJ’s achievements and the direction of UNEJ’s development from 2004 to 2028. “In recent years, the accreditation of study programs with superior achievements at UNEJ has increased, in line with several achievements at national and international levels,” he explained. Vice Chancellor UNEJ, I conveyed greetings from the Chancellor of the University of Jember, who was unable to attend due to the MSIB student release agenda.

Previously, in his speech, the Dean of FMIPA at UNEJ hoped that the accreditation field assessment could run smoothly and get the best accreditation. “We hope that all agendas run smoothly and the physics master’s study program can achieve excellence like the biology master’s degree, which won excellence last month after previously also carrying out field visits,” he hoped. Don’t forget to welcome and serve the assessor team on the UNEJ campus and the Mathematics and Natural Sciences Faculty.

Prof. Dr. Mitrayana, S.Si., M.Si. At the opening of the accreditation field assessment event, he also hoped that all the sessions that had been scheduled for two days could be carried out well. “We came to look for the best in the physics master’s study program; we don’t need to be examined anymore, and in the next two days we hope to get the best thing,” he said, saying that this was the first time he had come to the city of Jember.

The first day began with a session with faculty leaders, study program managers, and the team from LPMPP UNEJ. The presentation was led directly by the Dean and accompanied by the Deputy Deans of FMIPA and UNEJ. This was followed by a session with the Physics Master’s Study Program task force to confirm LKPS data and also Unit Pengelola Program Studi (UPPS) data. After the break, the agenda continued with the quality assurance implementer at UPPS to confirm the implementation of SPMI as well as supporting documents.

Followed by a session with the accreditation team to confirm the data and information in the Laporan Evaluasi Diri (LED). After that, the session took place in the form of parallel meetings to confirm the performance, involvement, service, and satisfaction of lecturers and education staff. Meeting with alumni and external users, the assessor team received information about hopes, satisfaction, or input from stakeholders and alumni regarding UPPS output. The first day closed with consecutive lecturer and student sessions to confirm student involvement, achievement, service, and satisfaction.

On the second day, the assessor team will check facilities such as laboratories, lecture rooms, and staff rooms, as well as public facilities. Next, discuss the delivery of minutes to UPPS leadership and checking field assessment minutes by higher education leaders. After that, the minutes and assessment report were signed by the two assessors as well as the Dean of FMIPA, accompanied by the Head of the Physics Masters Study Program. The closing continued through the handover of minutes and assessment reports.

LAMSAMA Field Assessment Documentation Master of Physics FMIPA