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Pendirian Fakultas Perikanan dan Ilmu Kelautan (FPIK) diawali dengan terbitnya Surat Keputusan Rektor Universitas Diponegoro No. 44/1968 tanggal 8 Oktober 1968, tentang pembentukan Jurusan Perikanan pada Fakultas Peternakan, yang sebelumya hanya memililiki satu Jurusan (Peternakan).

Perkembangan nama Fakultas Peternakan juga mengalami pasang surut. Pada tanggal 17 Agustus 1974, dan dikukuhkan kembali berdasarkan Surat Keputusan Rektor Universitas Diponegoro No. 76/SK/UD/VI/78, Fakultas ini berubah namanya menjadi Fakultas Peternakan dan Perikanan, meskipun Jurusan yang dikembangkan tidak mengalami perubahan. Pada perkembangan selanjutnya nama Fakultas kembali menjadi Fakutas Peternakan pada tahun 1982 menurut keputusan Presiden RI No: 51 tahun 1982. Pada tahun 1985, berdasarkan Surat Edaran Direktorat Jenderal Perguruan Tinggi Departemen Pendidikan dan Kebudayaan RI No. 1023/D/Q/1985 tanggal 6 Juni 1985, dirintis perkembangan Program Studi Ilmu Kelautan di Universitas Diponegoro bersama lima perguruan tinggi Indonesia lainnya (Institut Pertanian Bogor, Universitas Diponegoro, Universitas Patimura, Universitas Sam Ratulangi dan Universitas Riau). Dalam perkembangan selanjutnya Undip kemudian mendapatkan Surat Keputusan Dirjen Dikti No. 54/Dikti/Kep/1987, yang direvisi pada tahun 1988 dengan SK Dirjen Dikti No. 24/Dikti/Kep/1988, tentang pembentukan Program Studi Ilmu Kelautan Undip, di mana pengelolaan administrasi staf pengajar berada pada Fakultas Peternakan, sedangkan aspek akademik berada di bawah koordinasi Rektor dengan pelaksana Badan Pengelola Program Studi Ilmu Kelautan.

Pada tahun 1994, Jurusan Perikanan dan Program Studi Ilmu Kelautan disatukan di bawah Fakultas baru, yaitu Fakutas Perikanan dan Ilmu Kelautan (FPIK), sesuai dengan Surat Keputusan Menteri Pendidikan dan Kebudayaan RI No.0181/0/1994, tanggal 25 Juli 1994.

Dalam perkembangan selanjutnya, kedua Jurusan mengembangkan program-program studi. Sejak tahun 1995 Jurusan Perikanan membentuk 4 (empat) program studi baru, yaitu:

  1. Program Studi Budidaya Perairan (BDP), berdasarkan SK. Dirjen DIKTI No. 473/DIKTI/Kep/ 1995
  2. Program Studi Manajemen Sumberdaya Perairan (MSP), berdasarkan SK. Dirjen DIKTI No. 474/DIKTI/Kep/ 1995
  3. Program Studi Pemanfaatan Sumberdaya Perikanan (PSP), berdasarkan SK Dirjen DIKTI No. 475/DIKTI/Kep/ 1995.
  4. Program Studi Teknologi Hasil Perikanan (THP), berdasarkan SK Dirjen DIKTI No. 620/D/T/2002.

Adapun Jurusan Ilmu Kelautan telah mengembangkan dua (2) program studi, yaitu :

1. Program Studi Ilmu Kelautan berdasarkan SK Dirjen Dikti No.195/Dikti/Kep/1995 dengan bidang minat :

  • Pendayagunaan dan Konservasi Sumberdaya Hayati Laut
  • Keanekaragaman Hayati Wilayah Pesisir dan Laut Tropis
  • Bioteknologi Kelautan
  • Pengelolaan Dampak Lingkungan, Pencemaran dan Sistem Remediasi

2. Program Studi Oseanografi berdasarkan Surat Ijin Dirjen Dikti No.2282/D/T/2001 dengan bidang minat :

  • Sumberdaya dan Pengelolaan Energi Non Hayati Wilayah Pesisir dan Laut Tropis
  • Lindungan Lingkungan Wilayah Pesisir dan Laut
  • Geofisik, Geokimia dan Geodinamika Wilayah Pesisir dan Laut
  • Hidrodinamika Wilayah Pesisir dan Laut

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Sciences

 

Diponegoro University

 

Semarang, Indonesia

 

(FFMS-UNDIP)

 

 

 

 

 

PROGRAMME STRUCTURE

 

FFMS (Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Sciences) Diponegoro University offers 8, 4, and 6 semesters for undergraduate, master, and doctorate degree subsequently. For undergraduates, the first until the seventh semester of the programme consists of taught modules combined with related practical works and six-month research period for final project. Whereas for postgraduates, first year of the programme consists taught module, followed by 12-24 month research period resulting in a thesis or dissertation.

 

Each module is taught over a sixteen-week period; structured around a central theme and has a certain number of credit points. Undergraduate programme consists of 144 credit points in total, whilst master and doctorate degrees comprise of at minimum 44 and 53 credits.

 

Academic facilities are designed to encourage students to reach their best achievement. There are representative classrooms, seminar rooms, in-campus laboratories, & on-line access. In the city of Jepara, some 100km from Semarang, pier and embankment for 300GT training ship, dinghy and rubber boat, diving facilities, hatchery, and a close-to-the-coast student dormitory were accommodated in two integrated laboratories, Marine Station TelukAwur and the Laboratory of Coastal Region Ecodevelopment ‘Prof.Dr.GatotRahardjoJoenoes’

All Study Programmes are accredited degrees under the Indonesian law, the degrees thus are recognised by all universities in Indonesia. To pursue a further study, undergraduate is equal as a BSc in the international system.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

The learning objective of all departments within the FFMS is to provide graduates with both disciplinary qualifications related to their specialisation and general academic qualifications. After successful completion of the programmes, graduates would possess these following skills:

 - Knowledge and understanding

·     Knowledge of current disciplinary theory and the contemporary developments in the field of study within the context of fisheries science, marine biological science, as well as oceanography; and the ability to integrate these within the appropriate discipline;

 ·     The capability to appreciate broader scientific, engineering, and socio-economic framework, and to recognise relevant disciplines and sub-disciplines that are related to the own discipline.

- Applying knowledge and understanding

 ·       The ability to select and apply suitable techniques and methods for analysing, assessing, planning, managing, conserving; and where appropriate, designing, operating and maintaining fisheries and aquatic resources either marine or freshwater

 ·       The ability to collect, analyse and construct required information as well as to recognise relations among those information.

Within this near future, five other Study Programmes will be established, i.e., undergraduate programme in Marine Information System and Remote Sensing, three master degrees in Oceanography, Aquaculture, Agribusiness in Fisheries and Marine Issues, and one doctoral programme in Marine Science.

At present, FFMS curriculum offers participants a choice of five undergraduate programmes: Aquatic Resources Management, Marine Science, Oceanography, Fisheries Resources Utilisation, Fish Processing Technology, and Aquaculture; besides, two postgraduate specialisations i.e., Master and Doctorate degrees in the field of Coastal Resources Management. Annually, each department admit 115 – 125 undergraduates, and some 10-20 postgraduate candidates.

 

UNDERGRADUATE DEPARTMENT OF AQUATIC RESOURCES MANAGEMENT

 

Among others, this oldest undergraduate department in the FFMS has been twice awarded A-grade national accreditation (2004–2009), followed by another A-grade for 5 years (2011-2016). Meanwhile Master degree of Coastal Resources Manage-ment established in 1999 by The Directorate General for Higher Education, Ministry of Education and Culture Republic of Indonesia was also awarded an A-grade accreditation in 2006–2011. The Doctorate degree set up in 2004 is in the process of earning a national accreditation.

The Department of Aquatic Resource Management aiming to produce fisheries scientist who are highly competitive, able to communicate

 idea, have leadership abilities, and able to maintain a good professional manner. The graduates will acquire a complete understanding of basic principles in managing the exploration, exploitation, conservation, rehabilitation, diversification, and in assess-ingeconomic values of natu-ral and fisheries resources.

Graduates mostly work at the government institutions, educational institutions, industries, banks, expert and consultant, NGO and private sectors.

UNDERGRADUATE DEPARTMENT OF MARINE SCIENCE

This undergraduate pro-gramme in Marine Science builds on the recognition that sea plays animportant role in the natural and human environment.

Aimed at creating scholars who are able to apply appro-priate science and techno-logy in managing coastal and marine areas, thisB-grade department is also performs continuous efforts to apply marine biotechnology in accordance to the goal of National Development and the demand of global market. Applying international competence-based curriculum, courses included natural phenomena in the sea, coastal and marine areas, conservation, and marine biotechnology.

 

The graduates mostly are positioned as experts in marine issues, private sectors, NGO and consultant.Detailed infor-mation could be assessedin: www.fpik.undip.ac.id/kelautan

UNDERGRADUATE DEPARTMENT OF OCEANOGRAPHY

In offering topics to study the physical and chemical phenomena of the sea and the coast, in parti-cular coastal morphology, the overall aim of this B-grade department is therefore to provide basic technical background and practical skills to the graduates. The study covers physical, chemical and biological processes in oceanography, remote sensing, ocean mapping and modelling, geology, oceanic-based-renewable energy, coastline mana-gement, coastal and oceanic zone management and the design of tropical coastal structures, as such that after the programme they are able to solve various practical problems in the coastal areas.

Upon successful completion, the graduates would be able to:

·       Define and analyse coastal problems and conceive alternatives for its solution;

·       Apply the principle of physical, chemical and biological processes in oceanography for fisheries purposes;

 ·       Apply the latest feature or programme for planning, designing and managing coastal as well as ocean areas for development;

 ·       Quantify and understand the interactions between coastal and ocean areas, port project and the environment;

 ·       Organise and co-operate in a multi-disciplinary group to set-up and implement an integrated coastal zone management plan.

 

 

Graduates mostly are welcomed at the depart-ments of transportation, meteorology and geo-physics, marine and fisheries, educa-tion and culture, ministry of de-fence, offshore mining & oil drilling companies, marine construction and engineering consultant.

 

UNDERGRADUATE DEPARTMENT OF FISHERIES RESOURCE UTILISATION

This B-grade department imparts knowledge, insight and skills needed to develop, implement and evaluate fisheries management stra-tegies in order to promote the wise use of fish resources in general.

The overall aim of the programme is to provide basic technical background and practical skills to the graduates, such that after the programme, they are able to solve practical problems in the field of fishing utilities and coastal fish-port management to conduct environmentally friendly fishing activities.

Upon successful completion, the graduates would be able to:

·  Define and analyse coastal problems for fisheries and conceive alternatives for its solution;

·  Quantify and understand the interactions between coast characteristics, fish-port project, and the environment;

·  Apply the latest developments for planning, designing, and managing utilities for fish-port development;

·  Apply suitable fishing gears and utilities to ensure environmentally friendly fishing activities

·  Assess direct economic values of fisheries resources in particular for the purpose of fishing operation management

·  Able to develop network for fish market, in particular establishing Fish Co-operation Unit to support fishermen in trading with industries

Organise and co-operate in a multi-disciplinary group to set-up and implement an integrated coastal zone management plan for fisheries

The graduates are mostly work for the Marine and Fisheries Department, banks, fishing industries, NGO and other private sectors.

 UNDERGRADUATE DEPARTMENT OF AQUACULTURE

The overall emphasis of the programme is on science, engineering and technology of aquaculture, either in fresh-water, estuarine, or mari-culture. Good aquaculture practices, diagnoses and curing of fish diseases, genetic modification for quality impro-vement of cultivated species, feed science, hatchery rearing, waste water management, geographical, physical and chemical variables required to establish fish pond are examples of topics covered by this twice awarded A-grade accreditation department.

 Its graduates therefore, are able to work in professional aquaculture environments that require academic skills.

Providing those competences, graduates welcomed as go-vernment officer, hatcheries, and research institution feed manufacture, fishpond entre-preneursand industries. 

 UNDERGRADUATE DEPARTMENT OF FISH PROCESSING TECHNOLOGY

This programme focuses on quality control, food hazard analyses  (HACCP), and raw material traceability studies in order to equip its graduates to conduct quality assurance of fish products.  Having a B-grade accreditation, the graduates will also study efficient delivery strategy of caught fish, infrastructure for sustainable product of fisheries, domestic and industrial fish supply and environmental sanitation for fisheries products as the domain of this department

Seven semesters of blended learning methods, including lectures, laboratory and field works, case studies, group work, role-plays and self-study, are complemented by six months of applied research in the field of fish processing technology theory and practice.

The graduates welcomed by Marine and Fisheries Depart-ment, Research Institutions for Fisheries Products, Department of Education and Culture, as well as various private sectors, e.g. cold storage, canned factories, fish ponds entrepreneur, etc.

 

 

 

MASTER PROGRAMMES

MASTER PROGRAMME IN MARINE SCIENCE

 (Double Degree with The University of Ryukyus, Japan)

 

 

MASTER of MARINE SCIENCE                  

FFMS is also offering a Double Degree Master Programme in Marine Science. The pro-gramme was initiatedby the jurisdiction of Ministry of National Education Number: 185/E/O/2011. This double degree programme established in cooperation with Graduate School of Engineering and Science, University of the Ryukyus, Okinawa, Japan.

The programme is supported by lecturers whom their academic qualifications meet the required need of international academic institution. Among others, theirqualification could be assessed by the high number of approved research proposals received by faculty members,bothin countryand fromabroad, which in turn were published in various international and nationally accredited journals. Several laboratories in Tembalang Campus where lectures are delivered, and labroratories in Jepara Campus supported the programme.

Our vision is to produce graduates with good morality and ethics in marine related science and technologies. It is our goal to foster bright, young graduates with strong courage and good personality, capable of solving current national and even global-scale problems on the basis of research carried out at the Double Degree Master Programmein Marine Science, Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Science, Diponegoro University.

SCHOLARSHIP

Double Degree Master Programme in Marine Science supported by Excellent Scholarship (Beasiswa Unggulan) provided by the Bureau of Planning and International Cooperation, Ministry of Education and Culture (BPKLN-KEMDIKBUD).

PARTNER UNIVERSITY IN JAPAN

University of the Ryukyus is the southernmost university in Japan. Since its establishment, the University has endeavour-ed to cultivate capable individuals who contribute to the international cooperation and development of society. At present, University of the Ryukyus is known as the centre of the following studies: (1) Biodiversity of Coral Reefs (2) Tropical and sub-tropical agriculture and biotechnologies (3) Advanced medicine for tropical infectious diseases, tumors, aging and life-style related diseases (4) Engineering and information technologies that takes advantage of Okinawa’s regional characteristics (5) Studies of disaster such as typhoons and earthquakes (6) Okinawan history and culture, folklore studies, and American studies (University of the Ryukyus Catalog, 2008).

 

The university provided with various excellent facilities,i.e. Tropical Biosphere Research Centre which aims to carry out research on biodiversity aspects, coral reef ecology, functional physiology of animals in coral reefs, applied plant science, functional physiology of bioresources, and forest resource sciences.

 

Since 2009, this Centre has been merged with The Centre of Molecular Biosciences (COMB), the research area thus has been expanded to include functional genomics, molecular biotechnology, bioremediation, immunobiology and molecular microbiology. The Centre is dedicated to conduct higher education and the promotion of research in the field of tropical biosciences at cellular and molecular levels.Other facilities include theLow Temperature Centre, Radioisotop Laboratory, and University Library equipped with the “OPAC: Online Public Access Catalog” book search engine system,which housing nearly 962,000 volumes.

 

REQUIREMENTS

 

 1.     University graduates (S1) from related fields that could be linked to thevarious aspects of marine science,

 2.     Minimum GPA 3.25 (scale 4) issued by the university authorities

 3.     An official Toefl Score of 500 (Paper-based test)

 4.     Passed the Academic Potential Test (TPA)

 5.     Passed the Psychotest

 

SCHEDULE

 

 

February - July

Registration: completed all required document and sent back the document to the Secretariat.

Early August

TOEFL test, Academic Potential Test (TPA), Psychotest and interview.

Mid August

Results announcement followed by administration processes.

Early September

Matriculation.

Mid September to

Beginning of the lecture.

November

Selection of candidate to study at the University of the Ryukyus.

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CURRICULUM
The Master of Science degree will be awarded after the student fufilled all requirements of Master Program in Marine Science.  During the first year in Indonesia, short semester each of 4 months will be applied.
 

No

Name of Subject

Credit

 

FIRST YEAR (Diponegoro University – Indonesia)

 

Matriculation

0

 

Problem of Marine Resources and Environmental

0

The first  four months (“Cawu I”)

1

Philosophy  of Science

2

2

Applied Statistic

3

3

Coastal Anthropology  and Public Law

3

4

Research methodology

2

5

Ecology of Ecosystem function

3

6

Coastal and Institution Development on Marine Resources  Management

3

 

Sub total (1)

16

The second  four months (“Cawu II”)

1

Dynamic Oceanography and Remote Sensing

3

2

Marine Molecular Ecology

3

3

Endocrine Comparison and reproductive activity  of invertebrate and vertebrate

3

4

Marine Chemical Ecology

3

5

Advanced Plant Ecology

3

6

Influence of Pollution to organism and stress physiology

3

 

Sub total (2)

18

The third four months (“Cawu III”)

 

Colloquim

1

 

Seminar

1

 

Research and Defense

6

 

Sub total (3)

8

 

SECOND YEAR (University of the Ryukyus, Okinawa, Japan)for  1.5 years

 

SCHEME OF EDUCATION IMPLEMENTATION

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 MAGISTER SCIENCE PROGRAMME IN MANAGEMENT OF COASTAL RESOURCES

 

BACKGROUND

 

This magister programme was established based on the Instruction of the Directorate General oh Higher Education, Ministry of National Education no. 231/Dikti/Kep/1999. In the year 2006, it has been awarded with the level of accreditation “A” (Excellent) under the Decree of National Accreditation Board for Higher Education no: 017/BAN-PT/AK-IV/S2/II/2006.

Since 1999 this study program accommodate lectures delivered 12 Professors, 19 Doctors, supported by 17 masters.

The implementation of the lectures is conductedin three laboratories, namely: Laboratory of Coastal Region Eco-development in the coast of Kartini and the Marine Laboratory at TelukAwur, both are located at Jepara (Central Java);besidesComputation Laboratory and the laboratory of Geographic Information System for Coastal Areas in Semarang.

The study programme is designed to raise educational level of practitioners, researcher, and the academicians based on the concentration of the chosen subjects: 1) Exploitation and Conservation of Coastal Resources Management, 2) Aquaculture Management, 3) Marine Ecotourism Management and 4) Coastal Planning Management, 5) Planning and Management of Marine Resources (doubledegree with 4 Universities in France).

 

AIM OF EDUCATION


 

The programme generating graduates capable of:

a.        Collecting, processing, analysing and interpreting the biophysics data, social culture, law, institutional resources and the coastal region

b.       Developing the planning technique and integrated management resources of coastal region

c.        Applying and socializing the concept and the planning technique as well as the evaluation of the integrated management resources for coastal region.

 

 

 

FRANCE UNIVERSITY PARTNERS

 

University

Master Programmes

Person in Charge

Université de La Rochelle

Master Environnement et EspaceLittoraux

Dr. G. Radenac

Université de Bretagne Occidentale

Master Sciences Biologiques Marines

Prof. Y-M. Paulet

Economie des Ressources Marine et Environnement Littoral

Dr. D. Bailly

Université de Nantes

Science de la terre, l’univers et de l’environnement

Prof.L. Barille

Université de Bretagne Sud

Biotechnologie (Gestion et Valorisation des ressourcesBiologiques),

Prof. N. Bourgougnon

 

 

 

REGISTRATION

 1.       Holding certificate of S-1/Bachelor from any department related to various aspects of natural resources management of the coastal/seaward community

 2.       Having GPA ≥ 3.25 out of 4 or equal and TOEFL ≥ 500

 3.       Mentally and spiritually healthy and perform a good personality

 4.       For those who have already worked, a Letter of Recommendation to attend the study from the Person in Charge of their unit is compulsory.

 5.       Candidateswho work as lecturer of the state/private universities will be recommended to get BPPS scholarship from Dikti (Directorate General for Higher Education, Ministry of Education and Culture, Republic of Indonesia).

 

 

 

SCHOLARSHIP

 1.       Indonesian student: BeasiswaUnggulan(beasiswaunggulan.depdiknas.go.id); BeasiswaUnggulan-DIKTI; DDIP (Double Degree Indonesia-France) and others.

 2.       Foreign Student: Darmasiswa RI Scholarship Programmeis conducted in 2 schemes, i.e: one year and 6 month (http://darmasiswa.diknas.go.id)

 
 

 

REGISTRATION SCHEDULE

 

1st Scheduled Registration

 

 

Registration

:

February – March

Evaluation 

:

April

2nd Scheduled Registration

 

 

Registration

:

May- June

Evaluation

:

July                         

Matriculation &Beginning of Lectures

:

September              

 

 

 

CURRICULUM AND LENGTH OF STUDY

 

 

 

First Year (UNDIP – Indonesia)

CREDITS

Matriculation

2

First “Four Month”

 

Applied Statistic

 

Ecosystem and Marine and Coastal Resources

3

GIS Application and Coastal Resources Mapping

3

Development of Institution and economic Region on Marine Resources Management

3

Social, Culture & Legal System of Coastal Community

3

Sub total (1)

15

Second ”Four Month”

 

Research Methodology and Biological System Modelling

3

Biological populations

3

Ecophysiology of marine organism

 

Impact of pollution and population response

3

Conservation and management of Marine Environment

3

Exploitation and exploration of marine resources

3

Sub total (2)

18

Third “Four Month”

 

Colloquia

1

Seminar

1

Research and Defense of Thesis

6

Sub total (3)

8

Total

43

Second Year in France University

 

 

 

 

 

 

PROGRAM OFFICER

 

Head: Dr.Ir. AgusHartoko, MSc.

Secretary: Dr. Ir. ItaWidowati, DEA.

 

 

 

LECTURERS

 

No

Abbrev

Alphabetic Full Name

1.

ABS

AB Susanto, Dr. MSc

2.

AJS

AjiSamekto, Prof.Dr. SH, MH

3.

AMB

Ambariyanto, Prof.Dr.Ir.MSc

4.

AZN

Aziz Nurbambang, Prof.Dr.Ir.MS

5.

BYL

BambangYulianto, Dr.Ir.DEA

6.

BRH

BaskoroRochadi, Ir.MT

7.

DNS

Denny NugrohoSugianto, ST..MT

8.

DJS

DjokoSuprapto, Dr.Ir.

9.

DHI

DwiHaryoIsmunarti, Ir, MSi

10.

IBH

Ign. BoediHendrarto, Dr. MSc

11.

IND

Indah Susilowati, Prof.Dra.MSc,Ph.D

12.

IRW

Irwani, Ir.MPhil.

13.

ITA

ItaWidowati, Dr.Ir.DEA

14.

JHB

Johannes Hutabarat, Prof.Dr.Ir.MSc

15.

JSP

JusupSuprijanto, Dr.Ir. DEA

16.

LMS

LachmuddinSya’rani, Prof.Dr.

17.

MZN

Muh. Zainuri, Prof.Dr.Ir. DEA

18.

MHL

Muhammad Helmi, Drs.MSi

19.

MJR

MujahirinTohir, Prof.Dr. MA

20.

NHK

Nurdien H Kristanto, Prof.Dr. MA

21.

RPD

RudhiPribadi, Dr.MSc

22.

SHB

SahalaHutabarat, Prof.Dr. Ir. MSc

23.

SPH

Supriharyono, Prof.Dr.Ir.MS

24.

STA

SutrisnoAnggoro, Prof.Dr.Ir.MS

25.

WRD

Waridin, Prof.Dr. MS

 

 

 

 

 

France Language Lecturers

 

SAW

Sri AmbarWahyuni, SS, Sp-1

 

DVW

Dra. DiahVitriWidayati, DEA

 

IA

Drs.IsfajarArdinugroho, Mhum

 

SEW

SuluhEdhiWibowo, SS

 

PR

Mme. Perrot (native speaker).

 

MANAGEMENT OF COASTAL RESOURCES

 

POSTGRADUATE BUILDING 3th Floor DIPONEGORO UNIVERSITY

 

Jl. Imam Bardjo, SH. No. 5 Semarang

 

Telp./Fax. (024) 8452560

 

http:// www.undip.ac.id

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DOCTORATE PROGRAMME

 DOCTORAL PROGRAMME IN COASTAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT

Doctorate programme in Coastal Resources Management is organised by The Diponegoro University based upon approval from The Directorate General for Higher Education, Ministry of Education and Culture Republic of Indonesia under decree no. 3024/D/T/2004, dated August 4th 2004. The degrees therefore are recognised as postgraduate degrees by all university in Indonesia.

Having been administered by the Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Sciences, mission of this programme is to further improve higher education level of professionals and academic lecturers for the purpose of these three main considerations:

1.     To equip human resource with strong moral principles in carrying forward science and technology in coastal resources management pivoting on competence, confi-dence, and the ability to communicate ideas cross-culturally,

2.     To develop higher educational system based on environmental sustainability for science and technology in coastal resources management,

3.     To establish broad range networks and services in the field of science and technology of coastal resources management; particularly to accommodate scientific advice for policy development and decision-making, planning and developing strategy in physical construction of coastal areas as an entity/integrity owing spatial, temporal, material, cultural, as well as energetically, and diverse dimensions.

This study programme therefore provides advance knowledge in planning, implementing, monitoring, and evaluating ecological principals of coastal dynamics processes to sustainably improve resource utilisation.

 

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

The aim of the Doctorate Programme in Coastal Resources Management is to provide professionals with the knowledge and skills necessary to contribute the conservation and sustainable use of coastal resources for the benefit of the society.

After successful completion of the programme, candidates will:

1.     Have a broad dimensional proficiency to invent new technology for integrative planning and managing coastal resources and competence to develop the capacity in carrying out independent scientific and technical research as well as assessments on coastal issues;

2.     Be able to propose sustainable solutions to coastal problems, as well as to contribute to the development of policies and strategies for integrated coastal planning.


 

SUBJECTS and CURRICULUM

 

In principle, this doctorate programme consists of 52 (fifty two) credits and would therefore require a minimum of 6 (six) semesters to accomplish. The programme comprises of two phases:

 Preparation Programme

First part of the programme (4 weeks) commenced as Preparation Programme for Doctorate Degree, followed by taught lectures (2 semesters). By the end of this stage, candidates should have passed all the examinations with Grade Point Average >3.0 and hold a/an (Institutional) TOEFL certificate of >500 or equivalent. Subjects taught will cover:

 

1st semester

 

1.       Matriculation

2.       Philosophy of Science

3.       Research Methodology

4.       Coastal Resource Management

5.       Scientific Writing and Seminar

 

2nd semester

 1.       Coastal Ecosystem Modelling

 2.       Analysis of Coastal Resources Policies

 3.       Dynamics in Coastal Areas Development

 4.       Marine Tourism Management

 5.       First (1st) Colloquium

 3rd semester

 

1. Second (2nd) Colloquium

During the second semester participants started to write research proposal to be evaluated and examined by the Academic Board in the 1st Colloquium, for which successful participants given their Promoter and Co-promoter. A 2nd Colloquium in the third semester aimed to confirm preparedness of reviewed research proposal. Practically, this is followed by 18-24 months research period resulting in a dissertation.

 

Topics covered by specialisation include:

  1. Management of Exploited Coastal Resource
  2. Management of Coastal Resources Conservation
  3. Management of Coastal Area Aquaculture/Mariculture
  4. Management of Agribusiness Industry in Coastal Areas
  5. Management of Coastal and Marine Tourisms
  6. Management of Marine Radionuclides in Coastal Areas
  7. Management of Microorganisms Pathways in Coastal Areas
  8. Management of Coastal Water Transportation.

 

B. Doctorate Candidature

Having been successfully completed the preparation programme candidates enter an individual research programme under the direction of 2-3 supervisors. After conducting research, candidates presenting project research dissertation (Seminar) evaluated by Academic Board, Examination Committee and colleagues. Thereafter defenced a Feasibility Examination justify by an Examination Committee for scientific rigour of the result, prior to Closed-, followed by Open Viva Voce. In the mean time within these 3 semesters, candidates also have to publish parts of their dissertation; two publications in Accredited Indonesian Journal each for 2 credits, or 4 credits for one mainstream International Journal.

NOMINEE’S PROFILE

The Programme is intended for mid-career professionals or lecturers with an interest in environmental sciences and in maintaining coastal integrity in relation to humankind development. Nominees should have an MSc Degree (GPA >3.0) or an equivalent degree in natural science, chemistry, environmental science, agriculture, geography, environmental economics, social sciences or in engineering combined with preferably at least three years of working experience at a university, a multi-lateral agency, a governmental environmental agency (national or local), an NGO, a consultants office, or an industry.

Nominee should submit:

1.     Application form with 3x4 and 4x6cm coloured/black and white photographs (2 exemplar each );

2.     Pre-proposal to recognise intended research subject for dissertation;

3.     Letter of Intention declaring fund statement from a funding agency/private;

4.     Letter of Permission from the Authorities should the nominee already hold a job;

5.     Participant intending to conduct the programme By Research should submit at least 1 (one) of his/her publication within the last 5 years.

Nominee should pass the written examination (Academic Potential Test/APT/TPA) and interview.

 

 

TUITION FEE

 

Tuition fee consists of:

 1.     Registration fee (papers, written examination and interview)    IDR   1,500,000,-

2.     Matriculation (Preparation Programme for Doctorate Degree)   IDR   5,000,000,-

3.     Contribution for Postgraduate Development Programme             IDR   2,000,000,-

4.     Contribution for developing the Study Programme                         IDR 18,000,000,-

5.     SPP (Fee for Education Development)/semester:

·  Private funding                                                                                     IDR   5,000,000,-

·  Non-private funding (scholarship/Indonesian BPPS)                  IDR   6,000,000,-

 

ADMISSION SCHEDULE

 

Admission for academic year 2012/2013 is open during office hours Monday to Saturday, 8.00 – 16.00 at Pascasarjana Bld., 5th floor, Jalan Imam Bardjo No. 5, Semarang 50275, Central Java – Indonesia, under this following schedule:

 ·       Registration I

 ·       Written examination (APT/TPA)

 ·       Announcement of Acceptance (I)

 ·       Registration II

 ·       Interview

 ·       Announcement of Acceptance (II)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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