DEPARTMENT OF FAMILY LAW

VISION

Excellent in the integration of knowledge on family law science based on the values of Islam, Indonesianness, and Humanity, in Southeast Asia in 2018, and Internationally in 2026.

MISSION
  1. To provide a good and relevant higher education in the field of family law as a tool to develop science, to create social transformation and to increase national competitiveness;
  2. To provide family law education that integrates the value of science, Islam, Indonesianness
    and humanity;
  3. To provide family law education within a good cultural and structural framework, integrity,
    and accountability
  4. To produce graduates who are professional, excellent, and competitive in the field family
    law;
  5. To develop a comprehensive family law study program in line with the dynamic of society,
    humanity, and the needs of globalization;
  6. To carry out community services through the interaction of the institution with the society in
    the field of family law
  7. To strengthen the modern higher education management system for the discipline of shari’a and law based on the principles of transparency, meritocracy, professionalism; and
  8. To optimize the cooperation networks in the local, national, and international levels, especially that are related to the education, research, and services on shari’a and law
OBJECTIVES
  1. To organize a high quality, competitive and innovative higher education to produce graduates who possess the ability to integrate family law discipline with the values of Islam, Indonesianness, and humanity;
  2. To organize a high quality higher education to produce competence graduates in the field of family law that are able to respond to the need of the society;
  3. To produce professional and competitive graduates who have a deep and comprehensive understanding of Islamic law (Shari’a) and positive law;
  4. To produce research and scholarly publications in the field of family law, recognizable nationally and internationally;
  5. To organize community services through various institutions for the prosperity of the society;
  6. To develop cooperations, partnership, and networking with national and international universities, and government and non-government institutions;
  7. To maintain good governance in the level of study program to maintain a strong and accountable organization for the effectiveness and efficiency of resources through various cooperations with alumni and potential partners.
GRADUATE PROFILE

Expected Learning Outcomes (ELOS)

NumberDescriptionDomain
ELO 1Able to internalize religious values, morality, and professional legal ethics based on the value of Islam, Indonesianness, humanity, and globalization. Affective
ELO 2Able to analyze procedural law in the religious courts, which includes family law, civil law, and shari’a economic law, integrative with the value of Islam, Indonesianness, and humanity.Cognitive
ELO 3Able to implement formal law in the Religious Courts individually or in a team.Cognitive
ELO 4Able to analyze theories and methods of legal findings, in the form of decisions, legal opinion, legal analysis to resolve legal matters in the society.Cognitive
ELO 5Able to implement court administration management in the Religious Courts individually and in a team;Cognitive
ELO 6Able to conduct advocacy, mediation, legal consultation and aids, and legal analysis within litigation and non-litigation individually and in a team.Cognitive
ELO 7Able to implement marriage administration and endowments according to his/her professional responsibility;Cognitive
ELO 8Able to conduct research on family law to solve legal problems in society, and disseminate the result using information and communication technology.Cognitive
ELO 9Able to demonstrate communication skills in Indonesia, Arabic, and English orally and writtenPsychomotor
ELO 10Able to demonstrate the use of information technology, communication, media effectively to support professional development.Psychomotor

PROGRAM SPECIFICATION

Syarif Hidayatullah State Islamic University Jakarta

Shari’a and Law 

Family Law (Ahwal al Syakhshiyyah)

Jalan Ir. H. Djuanda Number 95, Ciputat, Jakarta 15412, Indonesia

Syarif Hidayatullah State Islamic University, Jakarta

(62-21) 74711537, 7401925/ (62-21) 7491821

No. 2464/SK/BAN-PT/Akred/S/X/2016

390/ A (Exellent)

October 20, 2016 – October 20, 2021 (5 (Five Years)

Jalan Ir. H. Djuanda Number 95, Ciputat, Jakarta 15412, Indonesia

Sarjana Hukum (SH)

74230

Indonesian, Arabic and English

Legal Science and Shari’a Economic Law

4 – 6 years

Graduates of pesantren, private Madrasah Aliyah, State-affiliated Madrasah Aliyah, general Senior High School from all majors and specialities

Dr. Abdul Halim, M.Ag.

Indra Rahmatullah, MH.

EDUCATIONAL PHILOSOPHY

The education philosophy of the Department of Family Law is wall articulated, and inspired by the vision of the university. The educational philosophy of the Department of Family Law is Knowledge, Piety, and Integrity

Knowledge :

the education in the Department of Family Law pledges to create intelligent, creative and innovative human resources by optimizing learning activities, discoveries, and engagement in research for society. The education is expected to excerpt Islamic values that are compatible with modernity and Indonesianness within the perspective of the integration of knowledge and the moderation of Islam.

Piety :

commitment to develop inner quality in the form of piety among faculty members, individually (habl min Allah) and socially (habl min al-nas) to maintain a wider social relationship by considering the moderation of Islam

Integrity :

using ethical values as the basis in decision making, maintaining self-confidence, and respecting plurality in honour to the national unity. This educational philosophy becomes the main spirit in creating the best environment on campus, and produce alumni who have a deeper knowledge, skill, experience and energetic personality.