The objective of this research is to investigate readiness of students in implementing Field Experience Program viewed from pedagogical competency of students of the Special Expertise Field of Accounting.This research used the descriptive qualitative research method with the case study approach. The subjects of the research were 6 students of the Special Expertise Field of Accounting of Class 2010 coming from the micro-teaching groups of A1, A2, A3, B1, B2, and B3. The data of the research were obtained from respondents, lecturers of Micro-teaching course, Senior Secondary School/Vocational High School guide teachers, Field Experience Program Unit, the students of the Study Program of Chemistry, and the students of the Study Program of Physics. They were gathered through in-depth interview, observation, and archive and documentation analysis (content analysis) and were validated by means of the source triangulation and the method triangulation. The data were analyzed by using the descriptive technique of analysis. The research procedure included pre-field phase, field phase, data analysis phase, and research report arrangement phase.The result of the research shows that readiness of students of the Special Expertise Field of Accounting in implementing Field Experience Program is still low: one student is ready; two students are less ready; and three students are ready. The main indicator of readiness measurement is the implementation of micro-teaching. This lecture plays role to shape their pedagogical competency in teaching and mentality readiness.Thus, a conclusion is drawn that 50% of students of the Special Expertise Field of Accounting have not been ready yet in implementing Field Experience Program: one student (17%) is not ready, and two students (33%) are less ready. Meanwhile, the rest 50% are ready in implementing Field Experience Program.