Academic (Curriculum and Courses)

The KPT curriculum is a set of plans and arrangements regarding objectives, content and learning materials as well as methods used as guidelines for implementing learning activities to achieve higher education goals (article 35 paragraph 1 Law No. 12 of 2012). Based on this explanation, the higher education curriculum is a set of plans and arrangements regarding content, study and lesson materials as well as methods of delivery and assessment which are used as guidelines for implementing teaching and learning activities in higher education (Article 1 point 6 of the Minister of National Education Decree No. 232/U/2000 concerning Guidelines for Preparing Higher Education Curriculum and Assessment of Student Learning Outcomes). In paragraph 2 it is emphasized that KPT is developed by each tertiary institution with reference to the National Higher Education Standards (SN-Dikti) for each study program which includes the development of intellectual intelligence, noble morals and skills. Curriculum preparation is adjusted to KKNI standards and refers to SN Dikti and Permenristek number 44 of 2015, referring to the guidelines for preparing the 2016 Higher Education curriculum, with the main steps: (1) determining the profile of graduates, (2) determining learning outcomes (3) determining the study materials available. will be developed and needed for society or stakeholders in the future, (4) Determining courses and the amount of credits based on depth and breadth and the learning strategies used. Determining the depth, detail, breadth of study material.
Curriculum reconstruction is carried out in order to fulfill the achievements of competent study program graduates in accordance with the needs of stakeholders including: students, lecturers, study program associations, the business and industrial world, both private and government institutions. Besides that, it is also based on the demands of the developing industrial era such as the industrial era 4.0 and 5.0. in 2021 the preparation of an OBE-based curriculum. The education system in higher education is different from previous levels. Student independence starting from learning, looking for problems, theory and others is more explored in the tertiary sphere. This kind of culture usually begins to be developed in semesters 1 and 2 where students at the beginning of the semester receive basic lectures to adapt their previous culture to a new culture at university. This can indeed see the difference in thinking between students in semesters 1-2 and students in semesters 4-8. This difference has been resolved with new adjustments in semesters 1-2. This culture must be instilled in students to form mental, critical thinking, theoretical understanding to move into the real world, namely the world of work, social life in society and problem solving. 

SEMESTER I

No Course code Courses Credit(s) Modul Handbook
Theory Practical Fieldwork Total
1 110320189 Indonesian Language 2     2
2 110321159 Civics 2     2
3 110321729 Pancasila 2     2
4 120325726 Faith and Humanity 1   1
5 210320251 Biology 2  1   3
6 210320638 Physics 2   2
7 210321168 Chemistry 2  1   3
8 210321482 Mathematics 3     3
9 210325835 Productive Skills of FLSP 2     2
10 220326354 Innovative Agrocomplex 2 2
Total Credits in Semester I       22  
SEMESTER II
No Course code Courses Credit(s) Modul Handbook
Theory Practical Fieldwork Total

1

120325727 Aqidah and Worships 1     1
2 110325836 English Proficiency Test Preparation Course (FLSP 2) 2    

2

3 210320367 Dendrology 2 1   3
4 210320680 Forest Genetics 2     2
5 210320943 Forestry Soil Science 2 1   3
6 210321162 Enterpreneurship 2     2
7 210321195 Climatology and Climate Change 2 1   3
8 210322607 Silvology 2 1   3
9 210324728 Forestry Statistics 3     3
Total Credits in Semester II       22  
SEMESTER III
No Course code Courses Credit(s) Modul Handbook
Theory Practical Fieldwork Total
1 110320101 Environmental Impact Analysis 2     2  
2 210320407 Forest Ecology for sustainability 2 1   3  
3 210320467 Forest Resource Ecomony 2   2  
4 210320970 Forest Inventore 2  1   3  
5 210321151 Soil Fertility and Fertilization 2 1   3  
6 210322177 Forest Protection 2 1   3  
7 220323777 Forestry Counseling 2     2  
8 210324726 Basic Properties of Wood 2 1   3  
Total Credits in Semester III       21  
SEMESTER IV
No Course code Courses Credit(s) Modul Handbook
Theory Practical Fieldwork Total
1 210321642 Forest Microbiology 2 1   3
2 210322608 Silviculture 2 1   3
3 210324724 Geomatics and Forestry Geographic Information System 2 1   3
4 210324725 Wildlife Management 2   2
5 210324729 Forest Planning 2  1   3
6 210325106 Non-Wood Forest Product 2     2
7 510320666 Tree Physiology 2  1   3
Total Credits in Semester IV       19  
SEMESTER V
No Course code Courses Credit(s) Modul Handbook
Theory Practical Fieldwork Total
1 110321074 Muhammadiyah 1     1  
2 210320011 Agroforestry 2     2  
3 210321053 Forest Policy 2     2  
4 210321765 Forest Harvesting 2 1   3  
5 210323776 Ecotourism 2 1   3  
6 210324731 Forest Resource Conservation 2 1   3  
7 220325107 Plantation Forest Silviculture 2 1   3  
8 510321573 Scientific Research Methodology 2 1   3  
Total Credits in Semester V       20  
SEMESTER VI
No Course code Courses Credit(s) Modul Handbook
Theory Practical Fieldwork Total
1 110325728 Islam, Science and Technology 1     1  
2 210320271 Forest Biotechnology 2 1   3  
3 210321332 Forest Management 2  1   3  
4 210322483 Experimental Design 2 1   3  
5 210323779 Watershed Management 2     2  
6 210324732 Forest Product Proccessing 2     2  
7 210326382 Business Incubation 3 1   4  
8 320324733 Wildlife Research and Management 2  1   3  
9 310322033 Waste Management* 2 2  
10 310326153 Selection of Seedlings and Seeds of Essential Plants** 2 2  
11 310326156 Oil Distillation Techniques** 2 1 3  
12 310326387 Essential Plant Harvesting** 2 2  
13 310326388 Essential Plant Treatment** 2 2  
14 310326389 Oil Extraction Technique** 2 1 3  
15 310326390 Distillery Maintenance** 2 2  
16 310326391 Market and Marketing Potential* 2 1 3  
17 310326392 Derivative Product Processing* 2 2  
Total Credits in Semester VI       21  
SEMESTER VII
No Course code Courses Credit(s) Modul Handbook
Theory Practical Fieldwork Total
1 210324734 Forestry General Practice     4 4
2 310326393 Nursery, Selection, and Harvesting of Essential Plants Internship**     4 4
3 310326394 Essential Oil Refining and Extracting Internship**     4 4
4 310326395 Tool Operation Internship**     4 4
5 310326396 Essential Oil Marketing and Market Potential Internship**     4 4
6 310326397 Derivative Product Processing and Waste Treatment Internship**     4 4
7 410321303 Internship     6 6
8 510321260 Community Service     4 4
Total Credits in Semester VII       14  
9 510322666 Thesis     6 6  
Total Credits =144          
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