Undergraduate Program



The Department’s Undergraduate Program is one of the leading International Relations educational institutions in Indonesia. Established in 1985, the Undergraduate Program currently implements a competency-based curriculum under the newly set Indonesian National Qualification Framework (known as Kerangka Kualifikasi Nasional Indonesia/KKNI). The admission of students for the program is among the most competitive in Indonesia – and this is in line with remarkable performances of the Program’s graduates in conferences and competitions held on a national and international level. Students from this Program were awarded the National Outstanding Student (known as Mahasiswa Berprestasi Nasional in the Indonesian language) in 2006 and 2012, as well as First Runner Up in 2013.


Be a center of excellence for the implementation of education and teaching in the field of International Relations at the Undergraduate level with academic and social relevance with the wider community at the national level as well as competitiveness at the international level and become a leading institution in Southeast Asia.


  1. Equipping students with knowledge, skills, behavioral attitude and professional abilities to be able to compete in the face of challenges and opportunities in the competition of the 21st century free market.
  2. Organizing quality and research based teaching and learning process that always follows the dynamics of International Relations
  3. Developing an academic atmosphere that is conducive to the entire academic community to support the atmosphere of teaching and research based on the spirit of togetherness.
  4. Participating in developing working networks that can support the improvement of the quality of the learning process as well as competence of the teaching staff.


  1. Creating graduates who have high personality integrity, social concern, professional work ethic and leadership spirit.
  2. Creating graduates who have optimal conceptual and theoretical mastery in the field of International Relations science who are able to understand, explain and analyze various phenomena of International Relations. With this capability, it is expected that International Relations graduates can play their roles actively in various relevant professional fields, either in the government, research, education, international institution, banking, mass media or other sectors, both nationally and internationally.
  3. Improving the quality of human resources of teachers, researchers and non-academic employees to be more professional and productive and able to compete in the era of globalization through the provision of opportunities to pursue higher education and improvement of the level of welfare.


Bachelor of International Relations who is able to: 

  1. identify Indonesia’s interests in accordance with the Preamble of the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia in the global interaction;
  2. observe global phenomena;
  3. describe IR paradigms, theories and concepts;
  4. express understanding and arguments in verbal and written forms in Indonesian and English in the practice of negotiation and diplomacy;
  5. apply IR paradigms, theories and concepts to explain global phenomena;
  6. analyze phenomena in the fields of security, international political economy or transnational society by using IR paradigms, theories and concepts;
  7. analyze the interconnection of International Relations phenomena in the 5G & 3D framework simultaneously;
  8. conduct scientific research in the field of International Relations using the 5G & 3D framework;
  9. prioritize Indonesia’s national interests in academic works produced in the area of International Relations.



Study Load

Program Compulsory (81 Credits)
56,25 %
Program Specialization (18 Credits)
12,50 %
University Compulsory (21 Credits)
14,58 %
Faculty Compulsory (14 Credits)
9,72 %
Cross-Program Electives (10 Credits)
6,94 %
Program Total (144 Credits)
100 %



Program Compulsory



Program Specialization


Subtotal 96


University Compulsory



Faculty Compulsory



Cross-Program Compulsory


Total Study Load



University Compulsory (WU)  21 Credits
UIGE600001 Integrated Personality Development Skills A 6
UIGE600002 Integrated Personality Development Skills B 6
UIGE600003 English 3
 UISH600001 Human and People of Indonesia 3
  Religious Instruction 2
  Arts/Sports  1
Faculty Compulsory (WF) 14 Credits
SPSP600001 Introduction to Political Science 2
SPSP600002 Introduction to Sociology 2
SPSP600003 Introduction to Anthropology 2
SPSP600004 Academic Writing and Presentation 2
SPSP600005 Introduction to Social Research Methods  2
SPSP600006 Introduction to Social Statistics  2
SPSP600007 Introduction to Qualitative Data Processing 2

Program Compulsory (WPS) 81 Credits
SPIH600002 Introduction to International Relations 3
SPIH600004 International Politics 3
SPIH600003 International Relations Theories 6
SPIH600008 Modern Diplomacy 3
SPIH600009 International Security Theories 3
  Foreign Policy Analysis 3
SPIH600010 International Political Economy Theories 3
SPIH600011 Transnational Studies 3
SPIH600014 International Relations Research Methods 3
SPIH600007 Normative Dimensions in International Relations 3
SPIH600001 Post-1945 International Relations Dynamics 3
SPIH600006 Foreign Relations and Diplomacy of Indonesia 3
SPIH600015 ASEAN 3
SPIH600005 International Institutions 3
SPIH600012 Globalization 3
SPHI600020 Indonesian Security Policies 3
SPHI600030 Dynamics of Southeast Asia and East Asia 3
SPHI600046 Interactive Diplomacy Competencies 3
SPIH600021 Dynamics of Global Powers 3
SPHI600025 Foreign Policy and Security Policy of the United States 3
SPHI600042 Foreign Policy and Security Policy of China 3
SPHI600028 International Development 3
 SPHI600045 Transnational Networks and Spaces 3
SPHI600016/ SPHI600017 Seminar on Problem Selection/Colloquium 3
SPHI600999/ Undergraduate Thesis/ (Final Project + 1 course to complement Final Project) 6

Program Specialization Courses

Odd Semesters
Code Course Credits
SPIH600019 Dynamics of the Middle Eastern and African Regions 3
SPIH600022 Australia and Southwest Pacific 3
SPIH600023 Dynamics of International Political Economy Thoughts 3
SPIH600024 Evolution of International Security Thoughts 3
SPIH600026 Gender in International Relations 3
SPIH600027 Nationalism and Multiculturalism 3
SPIH600029 Multinational Corporations in International Political Economy 3
SPIH600038 Global Migration 3
SPIH600035 Internship 3
Total 27


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Program Specialization Courses

Even Semesters
Code Course Credits
SPIH600036 Dynamics of the American Region 3
SPIH600037 Dynamics of the European Region 3
SPIH600039 Dynamics of South Asian and Central Asian Regions 3
SPIH600040 Dynamics of Human Rights in International Relations 3
SPIH600041 Dynamics of East Asian Development 3
SPIH600043 Actual Issues in International Relations 3
SPIH600044 Non-Traditional Security 3
  Geoeconomics 3
SPIH600048 Indonesia in International Political Economy Seminar 3
SPIH600049 ASEAN Political-Security Community  3
SPIH600050 ASEAN Socio-Cultural Community 3
SPIH600051 International Financial Institutions 3
SPIH600031 ASEAN Economic Community 3
SPIH600035 Internship 3
SPIH600032 International Security Institutions 3
SPIH600033 International Trade Institutions 3
SPIH600034 Global Environmental Institutions 3
Total 51