A Brief Profile of Study Program

Program Title Agricultural Engineering
Awarding Institution Hasanuddin University
Postal Address Department of Agricultural Technology, Faculty of Agriculture, Hasanuddin University, Jl. Perintis Kemerdekaan KM 10 Makassar 90245
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Details of the accreditation by a professional or statutory body National Accreditation Agency for Higher Education (BAN-PT), Accredited A
Title Awarded Bachelor Degree (SARJANA Degree) in Agricultural engineering
Admission requirements High School graduate with major in natural science
Special Requirements (if any) None
Annual Student Intake 2010-2016: 50-55 students per year; 2017: 79 students
Total Student Body 235
Program starting date within the academic year Third week of August
First time the program has been offered 1980
Total number of graduates > 1200
Graduate Profiles
  1. Planner, designer, and evaluator of activities related to agricultural production, soil and water engineering, agricultural machinery, postharvest handling, and food processing.
  2. Entrepreneur in the fields related to agricultural production, soil and water engineering, agricultural machinery, postharvest handling, and food processing.
  3. Research assistant in the fields related to agricultural production, soil and water engineering, agricultural machinery, postharvest handling, and food processing.
Graduate Competencies
  1. Ability to apply engineering principles in agricultural fields.
  2. Ability to think and work creatively and innovate solutions to problems related to engineering aspects of agricultural operations.
  3. Ability to explore and develop solutions, conduct research, and apply technologies related to agricultural engineering fields.
  4. Ability to develop creativity and to work independently or in a team.
  5. Ability to apply information technology in agricultural fields.
  6. Ability to manage and utilize agricultural resources efficiently and sustainably.
  7. Ability to communicate effectively and to adjust to work environment.
  8. Ability to engage in life-long learning and to contribute to society.
Program Structure and Contents (Curriculum) The curriculum consisted of 52 required courses (138 course credits) and 3 elective courses (6 course credits). 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 consisted of 13 Ph.D. holder (4 professors) and 5 master degree holder (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 Basic 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, 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, The Ohio State University, Bogor Agricultural University, and Gajah Mada University.


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