Evaluation of Student

The student assessment method in the Accounting Program FE UNY is prepared to measure learning achievement. In determining the final semester scores, two exams are held, namely the Mid-Semester Examination (UTS) and the Final Semester Examination (UAS). The accumulated final exam must be submitted at the beginning of the class by each Lecturer who teaches the course.

The form of midterm exams or end of semester exams can be in the form of written exams (open/close books), oral exams, or individual assignments in general in the form of case analysis, problem solving, and practical exams, which are then demonstrated or presented. The material assessed includes cognitive and affective aspects. The results of the midterm and final exams are then accumulated with attendance scores, individual or group assignment scores (homework, quizzes or papers), and class activity scores to determine the final score.