Perbedaan indeks prestasi di berbagai program studi pendidikan ditinjau dari gender mahasiswa

Ragil Puspita Sari, Putri Nuril Maghfiroh, Rahmania Suprapti, Zahroh Firdausi, Nuril Fajriani, Ahmad Fauzi

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Gender dilaporkan sering kali mampu mempengaruhi prestasi akademik peserta didik. Tujuan penelitian ini adalah untuk menganalisis pengaruh gender terhadap indeks prestasi mahasiswa dari berbagai program studi di Fakultas Keguruan dan Ilmu Pendidikan. Subjek penelitian ini adalah mahasiswa dari enam program studi di salah satu kampus swasta di Malang. Data indeks prestasi akademik masing-masing program studi yang telah terkumpul dianalisis menggunakan independent samples t test. Hasil analisis menunjukkan bahwa pencapaian akademik antara mahasiswa laki-laki dan perempuan berbeda signifikan pada program studi civic hukum [t hitung (2,003) > t tabel (1,734)], PGSD [t hitung (3,638) > t tabel (1,734)], dan Biologi [t hitung (2,184) > t tabel (1,734)]. Di sisi lain, pencapaian akademik mahasiswa laki-laki dan perempuan di tiga program studi lain tidak berbeda signifikan. Ketiga program studi tersebut, antara lain Bahasa Inggris [t hitung (1,667) > t tabel (1,734)], Matematika [t hitung (1,444) > t tabel (1,734)] dan Bahasa Indonesia [t hitung (1,686) > t tabel (1,734)]. Hasil penelitian ini mengindikasikan bahwa gender tidak selalu memberikan dampak signifikan terhadap pencapaian akademik mahasiswa keguruan di perguruan tinggi.

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