Development Economic Study Program's History
The Undergraduate Program in Development Economics was the first program at the Faculty of Economics and Business, Udayana University. At its inception, the undergraduate program at the Faculty of Economics and Business, Udayana University only had two undergraduate degrees, namely (1) General Economics and (2) Bussiness Management. To carry out the implementation, a license to implement education was issued at that time, which was still limited to the Bachelor's degree education program, which was legalized by the Decree (SK) of the Director-General of Higher Education Number: 102 dated September 2, 1967. Program for the Bachelor lasted until mid-1976, following the publication of Decree of the Minister of Education and Culture Number: 0138/8/1976 dated 18 June 1976, which gave the authority to the Faculty of Economics, University of Udayana to organize a Complete Bachelor of Economics program. Since 1980, the education program called Bachelor Program (S1).
Since the implementation of the Semester Credit System, the general economics department in the FEB Unud program has been renamed (1) majoring in Economics and Development Studies (IESP). On 2002 May 20 the IESP department was renamed to be Economics (IE), according to the results of the meeting of the Dean Forum for the Faculty of Economics throughout Indonesia in Manado. Since 2009 the name of the Department of Economics has been changed again to the Department of Development Economics by following the Decree of the Director-General of Higher Education, Ministry of National Education R.I. No. 163 / DIKTI / KEP / 2007 dated 29 November 2007, concerning Structuring and Codification of Study Programs in Higher Education. This decree was stated in the Academic Guidelines for the S0 and Undergraduate Programs of Udayana University which was published in July 2008. The Bachelor of Development Economics Study Program can also be abbreviated as a Bachelor.?