Faculty of Sport Sciences

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History

The development of the Sports Science Faculty of Universitas Negeri Semarang, previously known as the Faculty of Sports and Health Education under the auspices of Semarang Teacher Training and Education Institute which also known as Institut Keguruan dan Ilmu Pendidikan Semarang (IKIP Semarang), begun with the establishment of various educational institutions of Physical Education teacher above the high school level. These teacher education institutions were:

Sekolah Tinggi Olahraga (STO) or Higher Education of Sports

On January 1st, 1961, by Decree of the Secretary-General of the Department of Education, Teaching and Culture No. 108487/S dated December 27th, 1960, Course B-I and Course B-II were integrated into Diponegoro University (UNDIP) in Semarang and became a faculty called Faculty of Teacher Training and Education (Fakultas Keguruan dan Ilmu Pendidikan known as FKIP). FKIP UNDIP had a branch in Surakarta, integrating the B-I course and the B-II course held in Surakarta. In 1963, the Department of Physical Education, which initially was part of the B-II course and later became part of the FKIP UNDIP, was separated and became Higher Education of Sports (STO). Since its establishment by the Decree of the Minister of Sports No.23 of 1963 dated April 19th, 1963; the STO then stand under the Department of Sports.

Integration of Lembaga Pembinaan Pembaharuan Pendidikan dan Kebudayaan known as LP3K (Institution for Education and Cultural Renewal) and STO

The Department of Education and Culture established LP3K with Decree No. 065 of 1967, dated August 21st, 1967. This institution aimed to revitalize formal education in villages with the demands of life and rural areas’ modernization. Therefore, IKIP Semarang, which nowadays known as Universitas Negeri Semarang, was considered the most appropriate to manage the institution. The LP3K Department of Education and Culture, located in Ungaran, was then integrated into IKIP Semarang with the Decree of the Minister of Education and Culture No. 6222/1970 dated November 25th, 1970. The progress of sports in Indonesia depends primarily on the preparation of sports teachers for various sports fields and various general stages; thus, the Minister of Education and Culture integrated STO Semarang into IKIP Semarang with the Minister of Education and Culture Decree No. 042/O/77 dated February 22nd, 1977. Thus, the sports teacher education program returned to the Teaching and Sports Faculty (Fakultas Keguruan dan Ilmu Keolahragaan or FKIK).

Development of FKIK and Departments in IKIP Semarang

To provide an overview of the development history of the Faculties and Departments managed by IKIP Semarang, the following is presented the names of the faculties and departments that existed at the time FKIP (Fakultas Keguruan dan Ilmu Pendidikan) UNDIP was first established until now. The names of the faculties and departments are as follows:

  1. Faculty of Teacher Training and Education (FKIP) UNDIP 1961 – 1965

On January 1st, 1961, by Decree of the Secretary-General of the Department of Education, Teaching and Culture No. 108487/S dated December 27th, 1960, Course B-I and Course B-II were integrated into Diponegoro University (UNDIP) in Semarang and became a faculty called Faculty of Teacher Training and Education (Fakultas Keguruan dan Ilmu Pendidikan known as FKIP). FKIP UNDIP had a branch in Surakarta, which was the integration of the B-I course and the B-II course that was held in Surakarta. In 1963, the Department of Physical Education, which initially was part of the B-II course and later became part of the FKIP UNDIP, was separated and became Higher Education of Sports (STO). The establishment of STO was carried out by the Decree of the Minister of Sports No.23 of 1963, dated April 19th, 1963. Since that date, STO had been under the Department of Sports. 

  1. IKIP Semarang 1965 – 1982

Based on the Decree of the Minister of Higher Education and Science (Menteri PTIP) No. 40/1965 and Presidential Decree No. 271/1965, IKIP Semarang consists of the following:

  • Faculty of Teacher Training and Education (Fakultas Keguruan dan Ilmu Pendidikan or FKIP)
  • Faculty of Languages and Arts Education (Fakultas Pendidikan Bahasa dan Seni or FPBS)
  • Faculty of Social Science Education (Fakultas Pendidikan Ilmu Pengetahuan Sosial or FPIPS)
  • Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Science Education (Fakultas Pendidikan Matematika dan Ilmu Pengetahuan Alam or FPMIPA)
  • Faculty of Technology and Vocation Education (Fakultas Pendidikan Teknologi dan Kejuruan or FPTK)

In 1977, based on the Minister of Higher Education and Science (Menteri PTIP) Decree No. 042/O/77 dated February 22nd, 1977, the Semarang Higher Education of Sports (STO) joined IKIP Semarang, and became the sixth faculty, namely the Sports Science Teaching Faculty (Fakultas Keguruan Ilmu Keolahragaan or FKIK). In 1979, FKIK began accepting the first batch of students, for undergraduate and D1 programs, with only 1 department, namely Sports Education. Only in 1980, 2 departments were opened, namely the Department of Sports Education and Sports Coaching Education. Meanwhile, in 1980 the name of the faculty was changed to the Faculty of Sports and Health Education (Fakultas Pendidikan Olahraga dan Kesehatan or FPOK).

Departments and Study Programs in the FPOK IKIP Semarang 1982 – 1999

Faculty Department Study Programs offered from 1982 – 1994 Study Program offered from 1995 – 1999

Faculty of Sports and Health Education

 

(Fakultas Pendidikan Olahraga dan Kesehatan)

1. Sports Education Department

 

(Pendidikan Olahraga)

Sports Education (Bachelor)

1.     Physical Education (PJKR) (Bachelor)

 

2.     Sports Science (Ilmu Keolahragaan) (Bachelor)

3.     Elementary Physical Education (Pendidikan Guru Pendidikan Jasmani SD) (Bachelor)

2. Health and Recreational Department (Pendidikan Kesehatan dan Rekreasi or PKR) Physical Education (Pendidikan Kesehatan dan Rekreasi or PJKR) (Bachelor)  
3. Sports Coaching Department (Pendidikan Kepelatihan Olahraga or PKLO) Sports Coaching (Pendidikan Kepelatihan Olahraga or PKLO) (Bachelor) Sports Coaching (Pendidikan Kepelatihan Olahraga or PKLO) (Bachelor)

 

  1. Universitas Negeri Semarang

Based on the Decree of the Minister of Education and Culture No. 278/O/1999 regarding the organization and work procedures of Universitas Negeri Semarang and No. 225/O/2000 regarding the Statutes of Universitas Negeri Semarang except for the Faculty of Education, including the Faculty of Sports and Health Education (FPOK), which was changed to the Faculty of Sport Science (FIK) Universitas Negeri Semarang. In line with the name change, the names of the existing Departments and Study Programs have also changed and added in relation to the development of the Semarang Teachers’ Training College (IKIP) to become Universitas Negeri Semarang. The change in the Department and Study Programs’ name and the development of the Departments within the Sports Science Faculty (FIK) can be seen clearly in the following table.

Departments and Study Programs in Faculty of Sports and Health Education (FPOK) IKIP Semarang Year 2000-Present

Faculty Department Study Program
Sports Science Physical Education Department (Pendidikan Kesehatan dan Rekreasi or PJKR)

1. Physical Education (PJKR) (Bachelor)

 

2. Elementary Physical Education (PGPJSD) (Bachelor)

Sports Coaching Department (Pendidikan Kepelatihan Olahraga or PKLO) Sports Coaching (PKLO) (Bachelor)
Sports Science Department (Ilmu Keolahragaan or IKOR) Sports Science (IKOR) (Bachelor)
Public Health Department (Ilmu Kesehatan Masyarakat or IKM) Public Health (IKM) (Bachelor)
 

Faculty Profile

The vision of Sports Science Faculty

“Becoming a Faculty of World Reputation and a Pioneer of Excellence in Physical Education,

Coaching and Sports Science with a Conservation Insight”

Missions of Sports Science Faculty

  1. Provide excellent and globally reputable education in the fields of Physical Education, Sports Coaching, and Sports Science.

  2. Conduct research in the development of science and technology in the field of Sports Science to contribute to progress and innovation in the world of sports.

  3. Engage in community service by addressing issues, empowering, and enhancing the well-being of the community through the application of sports science, physical education, and sports coaching.

  4. Implement effective governance and demonstrate adaptability while fostering synergy with the environment in a sustainable manner in managing the Faculty of Sports Science.

  5. Actively collaborate to build the reputation of the Faculty of Sports Science, fostering partnerships with educational institutions, industries, and other relevant entities to enhance the quality and global image of the faculty.

Goals of Sports Science Faculty

1. Realize excellent education and learning experiences in the fields of Sports Science, Physical Education, and Sports Coaching.

2. Produce graduates with competencies in sports science, physical education, and sports coaching characterized by professionalism, competence, and competitiveness.

3. Generate and disseminate leading scientific and technological works with a conservation perspective in the realm of Sports Science globally.

4. Establish an effective, creative, and productive educational institution and governance within the Faculty of Sports Science.

5. Foster institutional collaborations to support educational and institutional excellence in the fields of Sports Science, Physical Education, and Sports Coaching.”

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