Internal Quality Assurance Implementation Evaluation at the Engineering Faculty of Universitas Negeri Jakarta


This research aims to evaluate the implementation of learning process quality assurance in the Faculty of Engineering program studies. Countenance Stake was performed which stresses two primary evaluations - (1) description and (2) judgment - as well as looking at three different stages of (1) antecedents, (2) transaction, and (3) outcomes. Data were collected by using several instruments, e.g. document study, closed questionnaires, observations and interview guidance. Primary and secondary data were analyzed quantitatively and qualitatively. Primary data that were gathered from interviews were analyzed qualitatively. Quantitative data analysis consisted of three stages: data reduction, data display and conclusion. The questionnaire instrument was developed from the Faculty of Engineering Universitas Negeri Jakarta (FT UNJ) quality assurance manual and Internal quality assurance system Universitas Negeri Jakarta standard documents. The questionnaire instrument used to collect transaction data was developed from the Internal Quality assurance system while the questionnaire used to collect learning outcomes was developed from regulation no. 14 on teachers and lecturers. These instruments have been validated by two experts. Research results show that: (1) The lesson planning (antecedence) of undergraduate informatics study program and culinary art study program (Tata Boga) were evaluated as good; (2) The learning process (transaction) of undergraduate informatics study program and culinary art study program (Tata Boga) was evaluated good and very good, respectively; (3) The
outcome of undergraduate informatics study program and Tata Boga study program was categorized good and very good, respectively. Therefore, it can be concluded that, in general, the Internal Quality Assurance in FT UNJ performed well.

Keywords: Program evaluation, internal quality assurance, learning process standard

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