FAKTOR-FAKTOR PENGHAMBAT MAHASISWA DALAM MENYUSUN SKRIPSI
This study aims to analyze the factors that hinder students in completing the preparation of thesis. Thesis is mandatory for final year students as one of the requirements for completing the undergraduate program. The method used is qualitative with a descriptive approach. Descriptive approach is a method that explains, describes and describes the phenomena that occur as they should. This research departs from final semester students at Raden Mas Said Surakarta State Islamic University who have difficulty writing a thesis. Data collection was carried out by interviewing 5 students from different faculties, namely the Ushuludin Da'wah Faculty, the Sharia Faculty, the Adab and Language Faculty, the Tarbiyah Faculty, and the Islamic Economics and Business Faculty. The results of this study revealed that students who experienced problems in completing their thesis were caused by internal factors and external factors. Internal factors are factors from within a person which include self-motivation, emotions, thesis writing ability, and activities outside of academics. While external factors are factors that come from outside, including family factors, communication with peers, as well as faculty policies and meetings with supervisors.
Keywords: Inhibiting factors; students; thesis undergraduate
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