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DOI: 10.14704/nq.2022.20.5.NQ22195

Achievement of Learning Outcome in Off-Campus Learning Programs for Students of the Health Sciences Faculty, Universitas Muhammadiyah Lamongan, Indonesia

Virgianti Nur Faridah, Arifal Aris, Siti Sholikhah and Dian Nurafifah


Independent Campus Policy launched by the Indonesian Minister of Education was a framework to prepare students to become graduates who are tough, and ready to be a leader. Universities with health faculties have implemented independent learning long before this policy was launched, but it is still limited to one activity program, namely internships/work practices. This is a challenge for the health study program to be able to design and implement an innovative off-campus learning process while still paying attention to learning outcomes. This study aims to see the achievement of learning outcomes which include the cognitive, affective, and psychomotor domains during off-campus learning activities at the Faculty of Health Sciences, Universitas Muhammadiyah Lamongan. This study uses a survey method by distributing questionnaires to all Faculty of Health Sciences students as many as 960 students (total sampling) consisting of 683 undergraduate students in Nursing, 95 undergraduate students in Hospital Administration, and 182 undergraduate students in Pharmacy. This survey research uses quantitative data analysis techniques with a descriptive approach. The results obtained are the achievement of the cognitive domain by 96.15%, the affective domain by 96.15%, and the psychomotor domain by 95.83%. Cognitive domains were found to be 50.10% at the C3 level, which can solve problems and exercises. The affective domain is found to be 58.85% at the A3 level, which can appreciate the role of the profession and is motivated to behave according to the role. The psychomotor domain was found to be 32.08% at the P4 level, which is being able to perform a skill/action properly and appropriately. The conclusion of the research is Off-campus learning programs can improve learning outcomes covering cognitive, affective, and psychomotor domains.


Off-Campus Learning, Cognitive, Affective, Psychomotor.

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