Law of the Republic of Indonesia No. 12 of 2012 Article 35 Paragraph 1 concerning the Curriculum states that the curriculum is a set of plans and arrangements regarding the objectives, content, teaching materials, and methods used as guidelines for the implementation of learning activities to achieve higher education goals. Article 35 paragraph 2 also explains that the higher education curriculum is developed by each university with reference to the National Higher Education Standards for each study program which includes the development of intellectual intelligence, noble character, and skills. The curriculum structure is designed in accordance with the vision, mission, and objectives of the study program, analysis of societal needs, stakeholder needs, link and match to business and industry, comprehensive self-evaluation, as well as all aspects related to curriculum revision and development. Program Learning Outcomes (PLOs) in the Chemistry Education Masters Program are presented in Table 1 

Tabel 1. Program Learning Outcomes PLOs of Master’s Degree of Chemistry Education UNJ 

Kode  Program Learning Outcomes (PLOs) 
PLO 1.
Be obedient to God Almighty; uphold human, religious, moral, and ethical values; contribute to improve the quality of social life based on Pancasila; and understand himself as a whole as an educator as well as a lifelong learner; 
PLO 2.
Able to apply logical, critical, systematic, innovative thinking and collaboration for the development or application of science and technology that is appropriate and applicable to society in accordance with the scientific field; 
PLO 3.
Able to analyze theoretical concepts, such as organic chemistry, biochemistry, analytical chemistry, physical chemistry, inorganic chemistry, as well as applications at high school and university levels; 
PLO 4.
Able to apply pedagogical concepts (the theoretical education theory in classic or modern, are behaviouristic, cognitive humanistic, and constructivism) in learning chemistry; 
PLO 5.
Able to design and develop active, creative, effective, and fun chemistry learning using various approaches, strategies, methods, and media in accordance with student characteristics, subject matter, and learning objectives using TPACK approach; 
PLO 6.
Able to develop and evaluate chemistry laboratory experiments for high school and university levels; 
PLO 7.
Able to design and conduct scientific research through a multidisciplinary or interdisciplinary approach to solve chemistry education issues and problems; 
PLO 8.
Able to write and communicate a scientific report based on the research data effectively and to publish in a reputable scientific journal.

 The course roadmap for achieving PLOs is shown in Figure 1. The roadmap shows that the curriculum structure consists of 20 courses, covering university, compulsory, and elective courses. The curriculum is designed to enable graduates to obtain a Master’s Degree in Chemistry Education in 4 semesters.

Figure 1. Curriculum Structure for Achieving PLOs