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Hidden Curriculum: The Concept of Integrating Islamic Value in Higher Education Accounting at Muhammadiyah on Ulab Albab Perspective


Rahmawati Hanny Yustrianthe and Noviansyah Rizal
Abstract

This study aims to reveal the concept of the integration of Islamic values in Accounting Education at PTM. The paradigm used in this study is spiritual with a qualitative approach. Researchers use the ulul albab perspective in building ontological, epistemological, and research methodology. Data was obtained from one of the reputable Muhammadiyah Universities in Indonesia, which has an accounting study program. Data collection techniques are carried out through observation, interviews, and literature review. By using the method of prayer, remembrance, tafakkur, endeavor, and tawakal, this research has succeeded in uncovering the concept of the integration of Islamic values in Accounting Education held by the Muhammadiyah College, the Hidden Curriculum (hidden curriculum). Through the concept of Hidden Curriculum, it is expected to be able to contribute to producing religious and Muhammadiyah students.

Volume 12 | Issue 1

Pages: 113-121

DOI: 10.5373/JARDCS/V12I1/20201018