Center of Excellent (Essential Oil)

The Center of Excellence program is a type of activity carried out in  forestry study program because the activities almost the same as  curriculum. The Center of Excellence for Essential Oils connects the missing link between universities as human resource producers and DUDI in the essential oil sector. The low human resource capacity of the essential oil industry is one of the causes of the current low quality and price of essential oils. This poses a challenge and threat to the continuity of the essential oil industry business in the future. Therefore, the aim of the "Essential Oil" school is to provide understanding in knowledge and form/improve students' skills in the upstream and downstream forestry sector related to Essential Oils (essential oils).

The balance between sustainable forest management and the welfare of communities around the forest is an effort that is quite difficult to find a middle ground for. Essential Oil Management is one solution in increasing the economic value of Forest Resources. Products that are unique and have high selling value with affordable operational costs are a good starting point. Essential oils are one of the potential agro-industrial export commodities as a source of foreign exchange. Some essential plants that are superior and growing rapidly on the world market include patchouli, citronella, cloves, ginger, nutmeg, pepper, cinnamon, sandalwood, jasmine, vetiver, ylang-ylang, eucalyptus and cubeb.

Course

 

 
  Semester
 
6
 
6
 
6
 
6
 
6
 
6
 
6
 
7
 
7
 
7
 
7
 
Subject
 
Seedling and Cultivation of Essential Plants
 
Marketing and Business Ethics
 
Refining Techniques and Quality Analysis of Essential Products
 
K3 and Complaint
 
Processing of Derivative Products and Waste
 
Material Knowledge
 
Tool and Machine Maintenance
 
Seedling and Cultivation of Essential Plants Intern
 
Tool and Machine opration Intern
 
Essential oil Marketing Intern
 
Processing of Derivative Products and Waste Intern
 
 Credits
 
3
 
3
 
3
 
2
 
3
 
3
 
2
 
4
 
4
 
4
 
4
 
 Class
 
7
 
16
 
16
 
16
 
16
 
16
 
16
 
 
 
 
 
Internal Lecture
 
Febri Arif Cahyo Wibowo, S.Hut., M.Sc.
 
Dr. Ir. Joko Triwanto, M.P.,IPU
 
Naresvara Nircela Pradipta, S.Hut.MSc
 
Dr.(Cand) Tatag Muttaqin, S.Hut., MSc
 
Galit Gatut Prakosa, S.Hut.MSc
 
Naresvara Nircela Pradipta, S.Hut.MSc
 
Dr. Ir. Nugroho Tri Waskitho, M.P., IPU
 
 
 
 
 
 Class
 
7
 
16
 
16
 
16
 
16
 
16
 
16
 
16
 
16
 
16
 
16
 
Practitioner Lecture
 
Hipawan Pramudhita, S.Hut
 
Agus Wahyudi,S,Hut
Khoirul Rohman, SE.
 
Martiano Dirgantara, S.Si
 
Khoirul Rohman, SE.
 
Martiano Dirgantara, S.Si
 
Martiano Dirgantara, S.Si
 
Martiano Dirgantara, S.Si
Estu Agus Wahyudi,S,Hut
 
Estu Agus Wahyudi,S,Hut
 
Martiano Dirgantara, S.Si
 
Khoirul Rohman, SE.
 
Martiano Dirgantara, S.Si
 
Company
 
CV.MUSTIKA ATSIRI
 
PT. LANTAI HUTAN INDONESIA
PT. EQUILA SUMBER BERKAH (NUSWANTARA GARDEN & BLAIRCENT.ID)
 
PT. MAZANO DAYA REKAYASA
 
PT. EQUILA SUMBER BERKAH (NUSWANTARA GARDEN & BLAIRCENT.ID)
 
PT. MAZANO DAYA REKAYASA
 
PT. MAZANO DAYA REKAYASA
 
PT. MAZANO DAYA REKAYASA
 
PT. LANTAI HUTAN INDONESIA
 
PT. MAZANO DAYA REKAYASA
 
PT. EQUILA SUMBER BERKAH (NUSWANTARA GARDEN & BLAIRCENT.ID)
 
PT. MAZANO DAYA REKAYASA

 

College

Collaboration Lecture with Lecturers and DUDI Essential Oil

Lectures were carried out in collaboration with internal lecturers from the UMM forestry study program with practitioners from DUDI Essential Oil. COE classes are held for students in their 3rd year (semesters 6 and 7). Lectures on essential oils are held in semester 6 with several learning methods including offline/online and blended. Distribution of lectures by internal lecturers and practitioners. Internal lecturers are held to provide an introduction to essential sciences before mid-term 6, while lectures by practitioners are held after mid-term 6 to discuss the implementation of internal lecturers' lectures.

 

Field Lecture

Field trip are held 1-2 weeks before the lecture ends. The field  trip will invite all DUDI Essential Oil practitioners to practice the results of the implementation of the lecture that has been carried out. Practitioners also use these offline meetings to assess the results of assignments and exams that have been given to students previously as input for final semester grades.

 

Practice

Practicums are held at the UMM and Pujon Hill campuses. Several COE Essential Oil courses require practicum to assist students in implementing the lectures they have carried out. The practicum includes the process of selecting raw materials, refining, and testing the quality of the essential oils obtained. The practical load is 1 credit each in this course.

 

Internship

The COE Essential Oils Internship is the highlight of the program. Students are faced directly with field problems at Indusrty to experience firsthand the pressure at work and look for business opportunities for the company's sustainability. In the company all aspects of the essential oil industry are needed including cultivation, essential oil distillation, quality testing and marketing of essential products.

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