Gambaran Pelaksanaan Merdeka Belajar-Kampus Merdeka di Program Studi Fisioterapi tahun ajaran 2021-2022
Naufal, Adnan Faris
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In order to prepare graduates who are tough in the face of social, cultural, world of work, and technological changes that are growing rapidly in the era of the industrial revolution 4.0, student competencies must be further strengthened in accordance with existing developments. The Physiotherapy Study Program at the University of Muhammadiyah Surakarta participated in the Merdeka Learning - Independent Campus (MBKM) program which was organized and organized by the Minister of Education and Culture. This study used a descriptive observational research design. Descriptive research does not intend to test certain hypotheses, but describes what it is about variables, symptoms or a situation. The method used in this study is a survey method using data collection techniques in the form of tests and measurements which aim to find out the results of the description of the implementation of MBKM in the Physiotherapy study program FIK UMS for the 2021/2022 academic year. The research respondents were 12 undergraduate students, 13 lecturers and 3 educational staff from the Physiotherapy study program. The research variable in this study consists of one variable, namely the description of the profile of the implementation of MBKM in the UMS Physiotherapy study program. The description of the implementation of MBKM is described in the form of questionnaire questions with the following topic questions: Knowledge related to MBKM, Availability of policies related to the MBKM program; Active participation in MBKM; The impact of the MBKM program. the results of filling out the questionnaire on MBKM activities by the academic community in the Physiotherapy Study Program, it can be concluded that there is satisfaction and a positive response from this MBKM activity. From the analysis of the survey results, of course it would be very good if the program could be developed and correlated and synergized. Constraints for health clusters include scientific concepts that cannot be replaced and not all forms of activities can be applied. This is of course the basis for the conversion of assessments. In the future, it is necessary to optimize activities that can support health-related activities. Of course, the sustainability of the program requires the participation of all parties..