Perception of Non-Muslim Students of Muhammadiyah Metro University on Islamic Education Programs, Al-Islam, and Muhammadiyah Studies (AIK) Ala Mondok
Keywords:Student Perception, Non-Muslim, Learning, , Al Islam Muhammadiyah Studies
Muhammadiyah Metro University is a public university because non-Muslim students are allowed to study at Muhammadiyah Metro University. However, Muhammadiyah Metro University has specific policies in administering Al-Islam and Muhammadiyah Studies (AIK) lectures, one of Muhammadiyah Higher Education's characteristics, which is mandatory for all students, both Muslim and non-Muslim. The purpose of this study was to describe the perceptions of non-Muslim students towards al-Islam and Muhammadiyah lectures and to find out the perceptions of non-Muslim students towards Islamic teachings after attending the Al Islam and Muhammadiyah Studies (AIK) courses. The target output is scientific publications in ISSN scientific journals. After this research, the long-term target is to formulate AIK learning designs and methods that can attract Muslim students in general and non-Muslims in particular to increase learning motivation. This research is a qualitative research category with a descriptive research type. Qualitative research is a research procedure that produces descriptive data in the form of written or spoken words from people and observable behavior. In this study, researchers selected informants using a purposive sampling method. Purposive sampling is the selection of samples by aligning the objectives of the study and the samples taken. The samples are several non-Muslim students who have taken the Al Islam and Muhammadiyah Studies (AIK) 1 course. The results showed that most non-Muslim students' perception towards the AIK lecture program ala Mondok, most of them agreed. A small proportion disagreed, the perception of non-Muslim students towards Islamic teachings after implementing Al-Islam and Muhammadiyah Studies (AIK) ala Mondok. Their knowledge of Islam expanded and understood that everything in In Islam, there are guidance and lectures in AIK style is Muhammadiyah Metro University's uniqueness.
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