Profil Singkat Program Study
|Nama Program||Keteknikan Pertanian|
|Alamat||Depertemen Teknologi Pertanian, Fakultas Pertanian, Universitas Hasanuddin, Jl. Perintis Kemerdekaan KM 10 Makassar 90245|
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|Rincian akreditasi oleh badan hukum atau profesional||Badan Akreditasi Nasional Perguruan Tinggi (BAN-PT), Terakreditasi A|
|Gelar||Sarjana pada bidang Keteknikan Pertanian|
|Persyaratan pendaftaran||Sekolah Menengah Atas dengan bidang IPA|
|Persyaratan khusus||Lulus tes masuk nasional atau lokal|
|Penerimaan mahasiswa tahunan||
2010-2016: 50-55 mahasiswa per tahun;
2017-2018: 75-77 mahasiswa per tahun;
|Total mahasiswa||307 maasiswa pada tahun 2018|
|Mode studi||Full time|
|Total SKS untuk lulus||144 SKS|
|Masa studi diharapkan||4 tahun(8 semester)|
|Masa studi Maximum||7 tahun (14 semester)|
|Tanggal mulai program dalam tahun akademik||Minggu ketiga Agustus|
|Pertama kali program ditawarkan||1980|
|Jumlah lulusan||> 1200|
|Beasiswa||Berbagai macam beasiswa tersedia untuk siswa dengan prestasi akademik yang baik.|
 Apply the values of maritime spirits in agricultural engineering profession.
 Demonstrate capacity for life-long learning in agricultural engineering profession.
 Apply knowledge of mathematics, sciences, and engineering principles in agricultural fields.
 Use quantitative analysis, information technology and critical thinking in agricultural engineering profession.
 Use techniques, skills, and modern tools necessary for agricultural engineering practices.
 Manage and utilize agricultural resources effectively, efficiently, and sustainably.
 Ability to design simple equipment, components, or processes needed in agricultural engineering operations.
 Demonstrate capacity in operating agricultural engineering related business either as producer or service provider.
 Analyze the impact of engineering solutions to environment and society using multidisciplinary approach.
 Explore and develop effective solutions related to agricultural engineering issues
|Program Structure and Contents (Curriculum)||The curriculum consisted of 52 required courses (138 credit hours) and 3 elective courses (6 credit hours). Thirty-three of the courses are engineering and mathematics courses. The courses are structured into 8 semesters.|
|Teaching and Learning Strategies||Teaching and learning strategies applied in each course are designed based on the learning outcomes supported by each course. These include lectures and discussions which are intended to introduce students to theoretical concepts/principles, laboratory and field experiments to provide hands-on-experiences to students, and independent and group assignments. In all of these strategies, student-centered approached is applied.|
|Student Assessment||Student assessments are designed to measure the knowledge and skills acquired by each student based on the learning outcomes of the study program. These assessments include course assessments which are designed to measure the student’s mastery on the topics covered in each course. Course assessments are generally done in the forms of class assignments, laboratory works, quizzes, and exams. In addition to the course assessments, there is also a comprehensive assessment which is a part of students’ research project examination as a requirement for graduation.|
|Academic Staff Profiles||The academic staffs in the Agricultural Engineering Study Program are 18 which consist of 13 Ph.D. holders (4 professors) and 5 master degree holders (3 are currently pursuing doctoral degree). The expertise and research interests of the academic staffs can be broadly grouped into 4 fields, namely Postharvest Technology and Food Processing (7 academic staffs), Soil and Water Engineering (6 academic staffs), Agricultural Machinery (3 academic staffs), and Instrumentation and Control (2 academic staff).|
|Teaching and Learning Facilities||Teaching and learning facilities which are available for Agricultural Engineering Study Program include class rooms (14 class rooms in total managed by Faculty of Agriculture), Laboratories for basic sciences (Physics, Chemistry, and Biology laboratories which are managed by Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences), laboratories within the study program (Food Processing Laboratory, Soil and Water Engineering Laboratory, Agricultural Machinery Laboratory, Remote Sensing and Image Processing Laboratory, Instrumentation and Control Laboratory, Field Experiment Station, Workshop, and Teaching Industry), and central library.|
|Student Support Facilities||Support facilities available to students include sport facilities (badminton, volleyball, basketball and soccer fields, swimming pool, table tennis, sports hall, and jogging tracks), advising and counseling, cafeteria, parking lots, internet access through wifi, academic information systems, and student organizations for character building.|
|Subject Benchmark||University of California Davies, Iowa State University, The Ohio State University, Mississippi State University, Bogor Agricultural University, and Gajah Mada University.|
|Last Updated||December 2018|