Islamic Academic Culture (BudAi) Model as A Strategy of Education and Civilization in Sultan Agung Islamic University (UNISSULA) Semarang: Theory and Practice

Agus Irfan, Didik Murwantono


This study discusses about "How is the images of Islamic Academic Culture (BudAi) at Sultan Agung Islamic University (Unissula) Semarang?" which is then translated into three sub formulation of the problems, namely: 1. Why must it be Islamic Academic Culture (BudAi)? 2. What is the normative foundation for the philosophy of the policy? 3. And how significant is the implementation of the policy as a strategy for education and civilization in Unissula. This is a descriptive study which uses a qualitative approach that includes historical and sociological observation and documentation process. The qualitative data obtained and collected during the study were selected and placed in one order with the exposure of  argumentation. The results of this study states that in the implementation of Islamic Academic Culture (BudAi) policy both as the spiritual movement  and the reconstruction movement of science on the basis of Islamic values, Unissula is considered being succesful in changing the perspective and behavior of academicians from the leaders, the lecturers, the staffs and the students. The success is truly visible by taking a look at the  example of the spirit for prayer together movement, the smoking ban, the movement of Islamic dress as part of a spiritual movement.  Key words: Unissula, Islamic Academic Culture, The Reconstruction of The Knowledge

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