In general, the curriculum of BoL UNS is designed based on the noble values in Pancasila and to achieve the expected learning outcomes. The curriculum is divided into core (subject-specific) and general courses. The core courses consist of International Law, Criminal Law, Civil Law, State Administrative Law (Hukum Administrasi Negara – HAN), Constitutional Law (Hukum Tata Negara – HTN), Law and the Society, and Procedural Law. Each subject contains knowledge and skill. The courses with more knowledge are offered in the earlier semester, while courses with more skills are provided in the final semesters. Generic courses consist of Ethics, Religion Education, Language, Economics, Social sciences, and Culture. Ethics are reflected in Law Philosophy, Professional Ethics, and Law, Moral, and Religion. Religion Education is provided for Islam, Catholic, Christian, Buddhism, Hinduism, and Konghucu. The language courses are Bahasa Indonesia and English for Law. Economics are covered in the Introduction to Business and Economics, Pancasila Economic Law, Islamic Economic Law, and International Economic Law. Social science is relected in come courses including Law and the Society, Law and Social System, and Sociology. Cultural studies are provided in Introduction to Law, Customary Law, Customary Law and the National Legal System; Family Law and Islamic Provisions; Local Dispute and Wisdom Settlement; Comparison of Law and Culture The review of curriculum is conducted every two years through curriculum review. The last review was conducted in 2017 and validated through the Decree of Dean of Faculty of Law Number 71/UN27.03/DL/2018 concerning the Curriculum of Bachelor of Law UNS.
In order to graduate, students have to complete 146 until 160 credits (SKS) in which one credit is equal to 50 minutes class. The maximum lenght of study is seven years or 14 semesters. In a semester, there are 16 classes for courses with two credit hours and three credit hours, and 32 classes for courses with four credit hours. The classes include two examinations for midterm and semester examination. Students who have completed 100 credit hours can take the course of Community Service or Kuliah Kerja Nyata (KKN) and take a legal writing program. This course has two credit hours and should be conducted in six weeks. Further, after completing 125 credits and three practice courses of Judicial Practice and Legal Expertise, students are allowed to take Internship program (KMM) in the partner institutions.