Bachelor Program in Fishery Products Technology

Bachelor Program in Fishery Products Technology

The opening of the Fisheries Product Industry Technology Study Program is based on Decree Number 2081/UN3/2014, October 7, 2014. Since 2018, it was changed to be  Fisheries Product Technology Study Program based on the Rector Decree Number 898/UN/2018 on  Arrangement The Name of Study Programs at Universitas Airlangga.

VISSION OF FISHERIES PRODUCT TECHNOLOGY STUDY PROGRAM

Become the study programme nationally known and having competitive advantages in developing and implementing science, insight and technology in fisheries product technology field specifically improving the quality and quantity of agro-industry production as well as become an independent human resources developing science and technology in aquaculture in line with morality, ethics and environmetal sustainability and representing social welfate oriented institution.

MISSION OF FISHERIES PRODUCT TECHNOLOGY STUDY PROGRAM

  1. Conducting fisheries product technology studies using advance learning technology, which can encourage students to have self confidence, professional skills and huge effort to develop their selfs.
  2. Conducting high quality fundamental, applied and innovative policy reserach on fisheries product technology for human’s prosperity.
  3. Promote the expertise in the field of fisheries products technology to the community.
  4. Reinforcing relationship with many government and non government organizations in integrating science and technology information system.

GRADUATE PROFILE

Graduate graduated from Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Universitas Airlangga are prospected to play role as:

  1. Manager, the one having ability in organizing workforce and becoming a community leader in Fisheries and Marine field.
  2. Enterpreneur, the one having braveness in well conducting a risk management and developing a owned fisheries industry.
  3. Researcher, the one having capability in exploring fisheries and marine resources through performing research.
  4. Instructor, the one, who can transfer knowledge and give understanding to stakeholders in line with the development of fisheries and marine technology.

LEARNING OUTCOME

Learning outcomes of graduates of the Fisheries Product Technology Study Program in the Graduate Competency Standards (SKL) are expressed in three elements, namely attitudes, knowledge, and skills that are divided into general and specific skills.

Attitude

  1. Obedient to the God and be able to demonstrate the religious attitude.
  2. Upholding the value of humanity in carrying out duties based on religion, morals and ethics.
  3. Contributing in improving the quality of social life, nation, state, and progress of civilization based on Pancasila.
  4. Acting as citizens which is pride and patriotism, nationalism, and responsibility to the state and nation.
  5. Appreciating cultural diversity, religious views, and beliefs, as well as the opinions or findings of others.
  6. Cooperative and having social sensitivity as well as concern to community and environment.
  7. Obey the law and discipline in social life and state.
  8. Internalizing of values, norms, and academic ethics.
  9. Exhibiting the responsible attitude towards the work in the field of expertise independently.
  10. Internalizing the spirit of independence, struggle, and entrepreneurship.
  11. Realizing excellence with morality.

General Skill

  1. Being able to apply logical, critical, systematic, and innovative thinking in the context of development or implementation of science and technology that cares and implements the value of humanities appropriate to their area of expertise.
  2. Being able to exhibit the independent performance, quality, and measurable.
  3. Being able to examine the implications of the development or implementation of science and technology which  is concerns and implements the value of humanities appropriate to their expertise based on rules, procedures and scientific ethics in order to produce solutions, ideas, designs or art criticism, compile scientific descriptions of the results of the study in the form of Undergradute Thesis or final project report , and upload it on University page.
  4. Compiling a scientific description of the study result in the form of Undergraduate Thesis or final project report, and upload it on University page.
  5. Being able to make decisions appropriately in the context of problem solving in their area of expertise, based on information and data analysis.
  6. Being able to maintain and develop a network with supervisor, colleagues both inside and outside from the institution.
  7. Being able to take responsibility for the achievement of team work and to supervise and evaluate the completion of work assigned to the worker under his / her responsibility.
  8. Being able to conduct self-evaluation process towards team work under its responsibility, and able to manage learning independently.
  9. Being able to documented, stored, secured, and rediscovered data to ensure expertise and prevent plagiarism.

Specific Skill

  1. Being able to utilize technology of fishery and marine product processing.
  2. Being able to utilize the functional food sources of fishery and marine products.
  3. Being able to utilize the nutraceuticals sources of fishery and marine products.
  4. Being able to apply quality and safety principles of processed products of fishery and marine.
  5. Being able to determine the safety of processed products of fishery and marine.
  6. Being able to apply  the management of fishery and marine products industry.

Knowledge

  1. Being able to master fishery and marine development policy especially in fisheries product industrial technology.
  2. Being able to take decisions in the field of fisheries and marine based on logic and analysis.
  3. Being able to identify the potential that support the development of fishery and marine products industry.
  4. Being able to master the concept of fisheries and marine science.
  5. Being able to master the theoretical concepts of fisheries and marine product industry.

Bachelor Competencies (S1) based on the Indonesian National Qualifications Framework (KKNI)

  1. Capable of advancing science and technology in the field concerned.
  2. Capable of adapting towards situation faced in solving problems.
  3. Capable of undestanding teoritical concept on a particular science field generally and specifically about special topic in a particular science field.
  4. Capable of formulating the procedure of problem solving.
  5. Capable of making proper decision in line with baseline analysis.
  6. Capable of giving instruction for choosing various alternatives.
  7. Responsible to the duties and ready to be allocated responsibilities on organizational objectives.

CURICULUM STRUCTURE OF

FISHERIES PRODUCT TECHNOLOGY STUDY PROGRAM

No

Course Code

Compulsory Courses

Year

Semester

Credit

Competence

1

AGI101

Islamic Religion I

1

1

2 (2-0)

Supporting

AGP101

Kristen Protestant Religion I

1

1

AGK101

Kristen Catholic Religion I

1

1

AGH101

Hindu Religion I

1

1

AGB101

Buddhism Religion I

1

1

AGC101

Kong Hu Chu Religion I

1

1

2

NOP103

Pancasila (State of Ideology)

1

1

2 (2-0)

Supporting

3

NOP104

Civics/Kewarganegaraan

1

1

2 (2-0)

Supporting

4

PLU105

Planktonology

1

1

3 (2-1)

Main

5

BAE110

English

1

1

2 (2-0)

Supporting

6

HKA106

Fisheries Law and Policy

1

1

2 (2-0)

Main

7

PLU104

Introduction to Fisheries Science

1

1

2 (2-0)

Main

8

PLU103

Ichthyology

1

1

3 (2-1)

Main

9

PLU101

Introduction to Aquaculture

1

1

2 (2-0)

Main

10

BAI101

Indonesian

1

1

2 (2-0)

Supporting

11

PLU102

Aquatic Animal Physiology

1

2

3 (2-1)

Main

12

BIK101

Biochemistry

1

2

3 (2-1)

Supporting

13

PLL102

Limnology

1

2

3 (2-1)

Main

14

SOS252

Sociology and Counselling of Fisheries

1

2

2 (1-1)

Supporting

15

PLU106

Aquatic Invertebrates

1

2

3 (2-1)

Supporting

16

MNG301

Fisheries Agribusiness

1

2

2 (2-0)

Supporting

17

PLL103

Introduction to Oceanography

1

2

3 (2-1)

Supporting

18

PLL201

Aquatic Ecology

1

2

3 (2-1)

Supporting

19

MNU401

Introduction to Management

2

3

2 (2-0)

Supporting

20

FAT205

Introduction to Aquatic Pharmacology

2

3

2 (2-0)

Special

21

PLU201

Fisheries Biology

2

3

3 (2-1)

Main

22

PLT201

Introduction to Fish Processing

2

3

3 (2-1)

Main

23

BIM202

Microbiology

2

3

3 (2-1)

Main

24

BIL301

Marine Biology

2

3

3 (2-1)

Supporting

25

PLT204

Raw Material of Fisheries Product Industry

2

3

2 (1-1)

Supporting

26

PLT202

Food Additive

2

3

2 (2-0)

Supporting

27

KII207

Chemical Analysis Technique

2

3

2 (2-0)

Special

28

PLT203

Fermentation Technology

2

4

3 (2-1)

Main

29

LKT209

Sanitation and Hygiene

2

4

3 (2-1)

Main

30

KII207

Food Chemistry

2

4

3 (2-1)

Supporting

31

PLT304

Modern Fish Processing Technology

3

5

3 (2-1)

Main

32

BIM203

Pharmaceutical Biology

2

4

3 (2-1)

Special

33

PLT205

Traditional Fish Processing Technology

2

4

3 (2-1)

Main

34

MNG303

Coastal and Marine Management

2

4

2 (2-0)

Supporting

35

PLT307

Fisheries Product Packaging

3

6

3 (2-1)

Main

36

FAT307

Physiology, Formation and Degradation of Fisheries Product Metabolites

3

5

3 (2-1)

Special

37

NUI302

Fish Nutrient

3

5

3 (2-1)

Main

38

MNW301

Entrepreneurship

3

5

2 (2-0)

Supporting

39

FAT308

Fisheries Product Toxicology

3

5

3 (2-1)

Special

40

PLT305

Quality Control of Fisheries Product/HACCP

3

5

3 (2-1)

Main

41

PLT306

Thermal Process Technology

3

5

3 (2-1)

Main

42

MAS210

Statistics

3

5

2 (2-0)

Supporting

43

PLT308

Technology of Fisheries by Product Processing

3

6

3 (2-1)

Main

44

PLT309

Marine Biota Industrial Technology

3

6

2 (1-1)

Main

45

KNI491

Community Service-Learning Based Community (KKN-BBM)

3

6

3 (0-3)

Main

46

MNG307

Management of Fisheries Product Industry

3

6

3 (2-1)

Main

47

BIT403

Aquatic Product Biotechnology

3

6

3 (2-1)

Supporting

48

PNI497

Research Methodology

3

6

2 (2-0)

Supporting

49

PNI301

Experimental Design

3

6

2 (2-0)

Supporting

 

 

Elective course

3

6

2 (2-0)

Supporting

50

KLI401

Field Work Practice (PKL)

3

6

3 (0-3)

Main

51

AGI401

Islamic Religion II

4

7

2 (2-0)

Supporting

AGP401

Kristen Protestant Religion II

4

7

AGK401

Kristen Catholic Religion II

4

7

AGH401

Hindu Religion II

4

7

AGB401

Buddhism Religion II

4

7

AGC401

Kong Hu Chu Religion II

4

7

52

PHI101

Philosophy of Science

4

7

2 (2-0)

Supporting

Elective course

4

7

2 (1-1)

Supporting

53

PNI498

Bachelor Thesis Proposal

4

7

2 (2-0)

Main

54

PNI499

Bachelor Thesis

4

8

6 (6-0)

Main

Subtotal

142

 

No

Course Code

Elective Courses

Year

Semester

Credit

Competence

55

PLU301

Coralogy

3

Gasal

2 (2-0)

Supporting

56

PLT304

Fish Capture Technology

3

Gasal

2 (1-1)

Supporting

57

PLU303

Fish Quarantine

4

Genap

2 (2-0)

Supporting

58

PLL302

Marine Resources Exploration

4

Genap

2 (2-0)

Supporting

Sub Total

8

 

 

COURSE SYLLABUS FOR

FISHERIES PRODUCT TECHNOLOGY STUDY PROGRAMS

COMPULSORY COURSES

Credit

RELIGION I

2-0

ISLAMIC RELIGION I
Coordinator course: Team MKWU

 

Explain the concept of God in Islam, faith and Taqwa, Implementation of faith and taqwa in the modern society, Basic of Human based on Islamic point of view, Law, Human Right, and Democracy in Islam (definition), Islamic Law and Contribution of Moslem in Indonesia, Ethic, moral and character, Science and Technology and Art in Islam, religious harmony, civil society and people’s welfare, Islamic economics, Islamic culture and political system.

 

KRISTEN PROTESTANT RELIGION I
Coordinator course: Team MKWU

 

Make religion as a source of values and guidelines in Christian personality development that upholds human dignity. It served based on Competency-Based Curriculum (CBC), which consist of competency, substance assessment, sub-assessment, and the whole process including learning and evaluation methodologies. Assessment substance is a topic that has been stated by Directorate General of Higher Education through Decree No. 38/Dikti/Kep/2002.

 

CATHOLIC RELIGION I
Coordinator course: Team MKWU

 

Explaining about the nature and the human dimension, Godhead, Almighty, Jesus Christ, Ethical-Moral, Dialogue and religious harmony, which is popular in the community of faith, the Church, Persistent, Science, Technology and the Arts, Socio-political life, law, human rights and democracy in Catholic faith and the role of women in Church.

 

HINDU RELIGION I
Coordinator course: Team MKWU

 

The conception of the God (Brahma Widya), Catur Marga Yoga, The Nature of Hindu people I, The Nature of Hindu people II, Ethics and Morality I, Ethics and Morality II, Science, Technology in Hindu’s Perspective I, II, Harmony Life Religious, Community Work Jagadhita, As a cultural experience of Hinduism, Political Perspective Hindu, Hindu Uphold Justice in the Framework.

 

BUDDHISM RELIGION I
Coordinator course: Team MKWU

 

The essence of Almighty God, in the Holy Scriptures Udana VIII: 3 is described as follows: The absolute and unconditioned and not born is Nibbana. (People who have reached Purity) Arahat. Birth of P, Sidarta for Six Years and Achieving Perfect lighting (be) Buddha, Dharma discourse in Taman Isipatana formation of the Sangha. Before a person becomes a Buddha must menjadfi Bodishatva, have the properties of Metta Karuna and Mudita and more concerned about others than herself. Into Law – emptiness prevailing in 31 the nature of life, Nature Arupa Loka, Rupa Loka Loka and Karma. The law of karma acts committed by mano Vacci and karma and driven by cetana, without cetana there will be no karma, Karma is the result of the actions and will accept, implement and execute.

 

KONG HU CHU RELIGION I
Coordinator course: Team MKWU

 

Explaining about history of Kong Hu Chu religion, Confusius, God concept of Kong Hu Chu, the true nature or natural properties of human based on Kong Hu Chu and spread of Kong Hu Chu religion.

 

PANCASILA
Coordinator course: Team MKWU

2-0

Discussing about the concept and situation description related to the strengthening people in the implementation of Pancasila (Five Pillars) in live, point of view regarding actual situation of ideology, country, and people. Particularly, this course would explaining Pancasila in study of Indonesian history, Pancasila as fundamental of country, Pancasila as country’s ideology, Pancasila as philosophical system, Pancasila as ethic system, Pancasila as basic of science development.

 

CIVICS/ KEWARGANEGARAAN
Coordinator course: Tim MKWU

2-0

Discussing about concept and description of situation regarding to character building every single person as citizen in the nation life, attitude towards discussion of: Civilization as character strengthening orientation, national identity, country and constitution, rights and obligations as citizen, Indonesian’s democracy and national integration. Framework of the discussion regarding to the globalization phenomena, human right and democracy (politics and economy), and also the dynamics of Indonesian actual facts such as anti-corruption education.

 

PLANKTONOLOGY

Coordinator course: Sudarno, Ir., M.Kes.

2-0

Describing role, taxonomy, classification and group of plankton, distribution of plankton in the water, sampling and analysis of plankton by qualitative and quantitative methods.

 

ENGLISH

Coordinator course: Team MKWU

2-0

Explaining about simple present tense, present continuous tense, present perfect tense, present perfect continuous tense, simple past tense, past continuous tense, past perfect tense, past perfect continuous tense, simple future tense, future continuous tense, future perfect tense, future perfect continuous tense, past future tense, past future continuous tense, past future perfect tense, past future perfect continuous tense, noun, singular dan plural, pronoun, verbal, gerund, adjective,  adverb,  preposition,  conjunction,  question  tags,  modals, subjunctive,  degrees  comparison  of  adjective,  direct  and indirect speech, case, passive voice, conditional sentence, gender, interjection.

 

FISHERIES LAW AND POLICY

Coordinator course: Team MKWU

2-0

Explain about law and policy that exist and also government policy which already taken in the development of fisheries and marine sectors. This lecture emphasize on understanding the concept of development, implementation and evaluation of central and local government policy facing fisheries problems. Understanding of this part would be easily increased by structured work that given to the student.

 

INTRODUCTION TO FISHERIES SCIENCE

Coordinator course: Dr. Hj. Kismiyati, Ir., M.Si.

2-0

Including Fresh water Aquaculture, Shallow water aquaculture, marine aquaculture, five/seven fisheries business, traditional and modern fish processing (drying, smoked fish, canning, chilling, salting), fisheries marketing/ business management, conservation. All of the courses based on fisheries science that developed in Indonesia. The aim of the lecture is the student could understanding fisheries sector and developing it in the future. Description of lecture scope could be founded in lecture organization.

 

ICHTHYOLOGI

Coordinator course: Dr. Rr. June Triastuti, S. Pi., M.Si.

2-1

Describes the systematic, description, and fish’s organ system as well as its functions which include: morphology, taxonomy, identification and classification, sensoryorgans, integumentary, muscularis, skeleton, circulatory, digestivus, respiratory,urogenitalia, nervous, and hormones.

 

INTRODUCTION TO AQUACULTURE

Coordinator course: Muhammad Arief, Ir., M. Kes.

2-1

Describes the definition of  cultivation, the scope of  aquaculture cultivation,ecosystems of the fish ponds, ecological aspects in the management of the fish ponds, food webs in the fish ponds, the fish production and growth, and utilization of food energy.

 

INDONESIAN

Coordinator course: Team MKWU

2-0

Explaining history, function and position of Bahasa Indonesia, kind of language, academic writing in Bahasa, effective clauses, writing paragraph, academic writing (systematic of academic writing, citation technique, bibliography, presentation).

 

AQUATIC ANIMALSPHYSIOLOGY

Coordinator course: Dr. Lakshmi Sulmartiwi S. Pi., MP.

2-1

Discusses the physiology of aquatic animals, the respiratory factors, osmoregulation factors,  nerve factors, endocrine, digestive and nutritional factors, growth factors, sensing and circulationfactors, reproduction factors, aquatic toxicology, environmental factorinfluences towards physiology and adaptation  of fish to changes in the  abiotic environment.

 

BIOCHEMISTRY

Coordinator course: Prof. Moch. Amin Alamsjah, Ir., M. Si., Ph.d.

2-1

The given material includes carbohydrate, lipids, proteins, nucleic acids, enzymes, Coenzymes, structure and function of cells, carbohydrate metabolism, Lipid Metabolism, Protein and Amino acid Metabolism, and hormones.

 

LIMNOLOGY

Coordinator course: Boedi Setya Rahardja, Ir., MP.

2-1

Discusses the classification of  tapering and lotik waters, heat spreading, and water movement, specific gravity, water viscosity,  water surface tension, material dissolved in water and its transformation, water pH and alkalinity, oxygen  dissolved in the water, carbon dioxide, nitrogen, phosphorus, methan in freshwater  ecosystems, minerals and organic materials in water, plankton, benthos, high-level plants (biological relationship with physical and chemical properties of the water), as well as  water productivity. This is based on an analysis of the potential resources fresh waters seen from aspect of physics, chemistry and biology.

 

SOCIOLOGY AND COUNSELLING OF FISHERIES

Coordinator course: Agustono, Ir., M. Kes.

2-0

Discusses social processes, system status, and fishery  community organization management.

 

AQUATIC INVERTEBRATES

Coordinator course: Prof. Dr. Sri Subekti, DEA., drh.

2-1

Discusses the morphology, anatomy, physiology, reproduction, classification, its correlation with aquatic ecosystem and economic value of water invertebrate animals.

 

FISHERIES AGRIBUSINESS

Coordinator course: Dr. Ir. Kismiyati, M.Si. 2

2-0

Describes concepts, prospects, fishery agribusiness network, marketing system, and evaluation of production as well as agribusiness product sustainability of fisheries.

 

INTRODUCTION TO OCEANOGRAPHY

Coordinator course: Dr. Gunanti Mahasri, Ir., M.Si.

2-1

Discusses sea and land, the physics and chemistry of sea water, sediments, tides, currents, climates, marine biology and  pollution incident at sea and its effects for marine life.

 

AQUTIC ECOLOGY

Coordinator course: Prayogo, S. Pi., MP

2-1

Discuss the ecological concept, biogeochemical cycles, food  chains, food webs,  energy transfer, the ecosytem barrier factors, aquatic ecosystems (quiet, flowing, estuary, mangroves, beaches, coral reefs and deep sea).

 

INTRODUCTION TO MANAGEMENT

Coordinator course: Wahju Tjahjaningsih, Ir., M.Si.

 

Provides knowledge of  basic management including the definition, elements, functions, school and management figures. This subject also provides knowledge about management process through function approach, systems, techniques and behavior management, in addition, the environmental factors affect the implementation of the management.

 

INTRODUCTION TO AQUATIC PHARMACOLOGY

Coordinator course: Prof. Sri Agus Sudjarwo, Ph.d., drh

2-0

Discusses the introduction to Pharmacology, anti biotic, antihelmintik, chemotherapy, antiprotozoa, antivirus, vitamins, antiseptic, antifungi, toxicology of pesticides, toxicology of poisonous plants,  toxicology of heavy metals and environment. Mastery of the material was observed with essay and MCQ test.

 

FISH BIOLOGY

Coordinator course: Dr. Laksmi Sulmartiwi, S.Pi, MP

2-1

This course discusses the scope of the biology of Fisheries, feeding habits and food habits, competition and predation of survival calculation, mortality, recruitment and yield as well as its management, migration, and the fish age determination , growth of fish, population dynamics and population analysis of fecundity, fish sexuality of

gonad maturation level, spawning and early life cycle of fish.

 

INTRODUCTION TO FISH PROCESSING

Coordinator course: Rahayu Kusdarwati, Ir., M.Kes.

 

This course discusses the knowledge of basic  processing technology that includes the definition, drying, salting, fermenting, smoking, canning, processing of fish and non-fish products, as well as the system of hazard analysis and critical point control of foodstuffs.

 

MICROBIOLOGY

Coordinator course: Sudarno, Ir., M.Kes.

2-1

Discusses the basic properties, nomenclature, classification,  the relationship between the host and microorganism, the growth, the proliferation of bacteria, fungi and viruses that cause disease in fish and shrimp.

 

MARINE BIOLOGY

Coordinator course: Prof. Moch. Amin Alamsjah, Ir., M.Si., Ph.D.

2-1

Discusses the biological and ecological aspects of marine as resources as fisheries and understands the methodology of the study of marine biology as the basis for exploitation and exploration of marine resources by minimizing marine pollution.

Prerequisites:: Water Invertebrates.

 

RAW MATERIALS OF FISHERIES PRODUCT INDUSTRY

Coordinator course: Agustono, Ir., M.Kes.

2-1

This course discusses the various types of aquatic commodities (biota) that can be used as industrial raw materials OF aquatic product as well as the prospects of the current utilization and development in the future by taking into account aspects of biology, composition, market and competitors both food and non-food with economic value.

 

FOOD ADDITIVE

Coordinator course: Agustono, Ir., M.Kes.

2-0

This course describes the introduction and quantitative analysis of ingredients from components of carbohydrate, lipids, proteins, vitamins, minerals, food additives, as well as the explanation of quantitative analysis of the compounds contained in the six aforementioned foodstuffs.

 

CHEMICAL ANALYSIS TECHNIQUE

Coordinator course: Prof. Dr. Noor Erma Nasution, Apt., MS.

2-0

This course discusses the standard of operating procedures of various microscopic instruments, UV spectrophotometry, FT-IR spectrophotometry, fluorescence spectrophotometry fluorine, mass spectrometry, spectrophotometry nuclear magnetic resonance, chromatographic, electrochemical analysis, HPLC, GC, ELISA, PCR, SDS PAGE.

 

FERMENTATION TECHNOLOGY

Coordinator course: Agustono, Ir., M.Kes.

2-1

This course discusses the development of fermentation technology, principles of fermentation, behavior and metabolism of biological agents in the fermentation methods and fermentation kinetics, sterilization, and the characteristics and handling of medium and inoculation of the fermentor.

 

HYGIENE AND SANITATION

Coordinator course: Wahyu Tjahjaningsih, Ir., M.Si.

2-1

This course discusses the principles of industrial sanitation of  fishery products including cleaning materials and sanitaiser, sanitary of raw materials, sanitary of food processing, sanitation of  workers, sanitation of pests (rodents and insects), sanitary of  water, sanitation of equipment and processing space (building), testing of adequacy sanitation, microbial indicators of sanitation and waste management.

 

FOOD CHEMISTRY

Coordinator course: Prof. Moch. Amin Alamsjah, Ir., M.Si., Ph.D.

2-1

This course discusses the principles of the chemical components of food, both components of the macro (water, fats, carbohydrates, proteins and enzymes) and micro-elements (vitamins, minerals, pigments, flavors, food additives and compounds /toxic components) that include the composition, structure and chemical reactions involving components of food during processing, handling and storage.

 

PHARMACEUTICAL BIOLOGY

Coordinator course: Dr. Achmad Fuad Hafid, Apt., MS.

2-1

This study looks at the characteristics of organisms as a potential pharmaceutical ingredients both from animals and plants, identification and classification of organisms, the potential and the active ingredient contained and habitat and its ecology.

 

TRADITIONAL FISH  PROCESSING TECHNOLOGY

Coordinator course: Sudarno, Ir., M.Si.

2-1

This course discusses the definition, characteristics, processes and problems of traditional processing, processing techniques, the physical, chemical, and environmental influences towards the traditional processand products. In addition it also provides a study of various forms of traditional product processing technologies, prospects of development of traditional products in the future.

 

COASTAL AND MARINE MANAGEMENT

Coordinator course: Muhammad Arief, Ir., M.Kes.

2-0

This course describes the type of coastal resources, activities of  exploiting coastal resources and the damages to coastal resources. This course conducts an analysis of the management of coastal resources that are tailored to the type and characteristics of socioeconomy of local communities.

 

FISHERY PRODUCT PACKAGING

Coordinator course: Dr. Endang Dewi Masithah, Ir., MP.

2-1

This course explains the basic principles of aquatic product packaging in the form of aquatic biota and processed products, materials and way of packaging, equipment and standard operating procedures in aquatic product processing industry as well as verification measures and monitoring in the processes performed by the processing industry.

 

PSYCHOLOGY, FORMATION AND DEGRADATION OF FISHERIES PRODUCTS METABOLITES

Coordinator course: Prof. Dr. Sri Agus Sudjarwo, drh.

2-0

This course discusses the terminology, the formation of metabolites of aquatic biota while still alive and after death   and metabolites degradation of aquatic biota.

 

FISH NUTRIENT

Coordinator course: Agustono, Ir., M.Kes.

2-1

This course discusses the fish food as a source of nutrition, the use of the list of food analysis, national nutrition problems, influence of the handling, preservation and processing of the nutritional value of fish, the fishing industry role in nutrition improvement of society.

 

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

Coordinator course: Dr. Rr. Juni Triastuti, S.Pi., M.Si.

2-0

This course explains about the meaning of entrepreneurship and the entrepreneurial process that includes planning, management practices, models and management systems as well as the marketing of fishery products and proposal making for fishery business.

 

FISHERY PRODUCT TOXICOLOGY

Coordinator course: Boedi Setya Rahardja, Ir., MP.

2-1

This course provides knowledge about the ecology and the source of the toxin, classification, working mechanisms, how to detect, identify, isolate, prevent and resolve toxin of aquatic products  as well as alternative management.

 

QUALITY CONTROL OF FISHERY PRODUCTS / HACCP

Coordinator course: Dr. Gunanti Mahasri, Ir., M.Si.

2-1

This course discusses the basic concepts of all aspects of quality and their application in the standards and specifications, control and quality assurance of food, the introduction of the concept of quality assurance system with emphasis on Quality Management System and System of Halal as well as training on HACCP (Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point) in the processing industryof aquatic products.

 

THERMAL PROCESS TECHNOLOGY

Coordinator course: Wahju Tjahjaningsih, Ir., M.Si.

2-1

This course discusses the definition, the principle of thermal processes, knowledge of the containers, media, and the requirements of raw materials, product damage during and after the thermal process and conservation of heat penetration associated with heating duration and microbiological conditions, as well as a canning process of various fishery products.

 

STATISTICS

Coordinator course: Dr. M. Anam Al Arif, MP., drh.

2-1

This course explores the basics of statistics to draw conclusions through hypothesis testing of  t test, X2, Wilcoxon, Mann Whitney, Kruskal Wallis, Friedman, Regression and Correlation.

 

TECHNOLOGY OF FISHERIES BY PRODUCT PROCESSING

Coordinator course: Prof. Moch. Amin Alamsjah, Ir., M.Si., Ph.D.

2-1

This course discusses the scope of byproducts and waste of fishing industry, the basic concept of fishery by catch and by-product, zero waste production, cleaner production, recycling  of process and products, utilization and development of value-added  byproducts and waste of fishing industry for the food, nutraceutical, pharmaceutical, biotechnological applications, products supporting the development of aquaculture and other industrial raw materials.

 

MARINE BIOTA INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY

Coordinator course: Prof. Moch. Amin Alamsjah, Ir., M.Si., Ph.D.

1-1

This course examines the biology, ecology, and physiology of marine organisms, specific components of high economic value generated from each type of marine organisms, including secondary metabolites, the process of extraction and the use of the several components in the field of food and non-food.

 

COMMUNITY SERVICE-LEARNING BASED COMMUNITY (KKN-BBM)

0-3

Learning carried out by pre-departure and departure. Pre departure, coaching one month prior departure

 

MANAGEMENT OF FISHERIES PRODUCT INDUSTRY

Coordinator course: Dr. Eng. Ahmad Rusdiansyah, Ir., M.Eng.

2-1

This course discusses the basic concepts of the management of aquatic products industry, icluding the production lines of aquatic products, industrial raw materials, the working and operating principles of production machinery as well as the concept of the development of modern industry. Also, this given the knowledge of governance of aquatic product processing industry, and industrial environmental management.

 

AQUATIC PRODUCT BIOTECHNOLOGY

Coordinator course: Dr. Endang Dewi Masithah, Ir., MP.

2-1

This study includes the understanding of biotechnology and its application in the field of fisheries and marine  including products of aquatic natures, bioremediation of waters and fishery product processing to produce active ingredients, biodiversity of waters and its role in biotechnology, development of products and processes of aquatic resources, bioprocess and bioreactors , the kinetics of microorganisms, application of microalgae for the production of aquatic natural ingredients.

 

RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

Coordinator course: Dr. Kismiyati, Ir., M.Si.

2-0

The material on this subject is presented face to face, discussions and assignments (exercises), research proposals making including: stages of research, the research problem, hypothesis, research variables, types of research, research design, instruments and techniques of data collection, analysis of research results, and how to prepare the report. Mastery of the material will be observed by assigning duties in accordance with lecture topics from a study headlinemaking to a proposal presented at the end of the lecture.

 

EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN

Coordinator course: Dr. M. Anam Al Arif, MP., drh.

2-0

This course includes a basic definition, a basic element of the design of the experiment, diversity and experimental models, completely randomized design, multiple comparison with the smallest real difference test, honest real different, and multiple range test of Duncan, contrast orthogonal  and polynomial orthogonal benchmarking , randomized complete block design, missing data, latin square design, factorial experiment with RAL, factorial experiment with grouping design, factorial experiment with split plot design.

Prerequisites: Statistic.

 

FIELD WORK PRACTICE (PKL)

0-3

This course was designed to be performed by a group of students (2-3 students) to give practical experiences, implementation of the expertise by learning about industrial system and give alternative solution of the problem faced and report in the form of scientific writing.

 
 
 

RELIGION II      

2-0

ISLAMIC RELIGION II

Coordinator course: Prof. Dr. Sri Subekti, DEA., drh.

This course explains the concept to the deity in Islam, faith and piety, Implementation of Faith and Piety in Modern Life, Nature of Man According to Islam, Law, Human Rights and Democracy in Islam (Definition), Islamic Law and Contributions of Muslims Indonesia, Ethics, morals, Science and Technology and the Arts in Islam, Inter-Religious Harmony, Civil Society and People’s Welfare, Islamic Economics, Islamic Culture and Islamic Political System.

Prerequisites: Islamic Religion I.

 
 

PROTESTANT CHRISTIANITY RELIGION II

Coordinator course: Wahju Tjahjaningsih, Ir., M.Si.

 

Discusses the ethics of morality based on the teachings of the Christian faith and its implementation in the life of the nation, the state and society. The materials discussed include the scope of subjects Protestant II, character and integrity, leadership and Christian ethics.

Prerequisites: Protestant Christianity Religion I.

 

CATHOLIC RELIGION II

Coordinator course: Dr. Lucia, M.Si., drh.

Explaining about the nature and the human dimension, on God, Jesus Christ, Moral Ethics, dialogue and religious harmony, faith  in the community, the Church entrenched, Science, Technology and the Arts, Social Political Life, laws, human rights and democracy in Catholic faith and the Role of Women in the Church.

Prerequisites: Catholic Religion I.

 

HINDU RELIGION II

Coordinator course: Drs. I Ketut Arta

This course discusses the conception of Deity (Brahma Widya), Catur Marga Yoga, The Nature of Human Hindu I, The Nature of Human Hindu II, Ethics and Morality I, Ethics and Morality II, Science, Technology in Perspective Hindu I, II, Harmony in Religious Life, Jagadhita Work Society, Culture as experienceof  Hinduism, Politic according to Perspective of  Hindu, Hindu in respect to Uphold Justice.

Prerequisites: Hindu Religion I.

 

BUDDHA RELIGION II

Coordinator course: Pdt. Kemawati

This course discusses the essence of Almighty God, in the Holy Scriptures Udana VIII: 3 described as follows: The absolute and unconditioned and not born is Nibbana. (People who have reached Purity) Arahat. Birth of P, Sidarta for Six Years and Perfect lighting Achievement( tobe) Buddha, Dharma discourse in Isipatana Park, the formation of the Sangha. Before a person becomes a Buddha, he must be a Bodishatva, have the properties of Metta Karuna and Mudita and be more concerned about others than himself. Truth law applicable in the 31 realms of life, Nature of Arupa Loka, Rupa Loka, and Karma Loka. The law of karma acts committed by mano Vacci and karma and driven by cetana, without cetana there will be no karma. Karma is the result of the actions and will accept, implement and execute.

Prerequisites: Budha Religion I.

 

KONG HU CHU (CONFUCIANISM) RELIGION II

Coordinator course: MKWU Team

This course discusses describes the history of religion Confucianism, Confucius, religious texts of Kong Hu Chu, concept of Deity, the true nature or human nature according to Confucius and the spread of Confucianism and the application of religious Confucianism in arranging life.

Prerequisites: Kong Hu Chu (Confucianism) Religion I.

 

PHYLOSOPHY OF SCIENCE

Coordinator course: Boedi Setya Rahardja, Ir., MP.

2-0

This course describes the history of the development of science, the relationship of philosophy, science and philosophy of science, the position of the philosophy of science, diversity and grouping of science, foundation of study of science (ontology, epistemology and axiology), method of thinking scientifically, the matter of truth and the relationship among philosophy, science and technology and culture.

 

BACHELOR THESIS PROPOSAL

2-0

Making the research proposals containing background, literature review, conceptual framework, research methods that is supervised by the Lecturer to be answered scientifically and presented at the proposal seminar. 
 

BACHELOR THESIS

6-0

This course is activity based that enrich knowledge, insight and experience in performing research and implementation of science and technology relating aquaculture reported in the supervised form of scientific writing.

 

ELECTIVE COURSES

Credit

CORAL BIOLOGY (CORALOGY)

Coordinator course: Prof. Moch. Amin Alamsjah, Ir., M.Si., Ph.D.

2-0

This course explains the sense of coral, a type of coral, coral habitat, types of aquatic organisms living or in symbiosis with the coral, coral damage, transplants and coral cultivation, as well as coral artificial.

Prerequisites: Water Invertebrates, Marine Biology.

 

FISH QUARANTINE

Coordinator course: Dr. Gunanti Mahasri, Ir., M.Si.

2-0

This course explains the basic concepts and history of fish quarantine, functions and duties of fish quarantine, laws and regulations of quarantine, the provisions of the SPS agreement, the types of fishery commodities transported, the types of pests and diseases of quarantine fish, supervision and monitoring of pests and diseases of quarantine fish, implementation of the IRA, fish quarantine role in the development of fisheries and the global market, the implementation of fish quarantine, working procedures and  the implementation of fish quarantine.

Prerequisites: Parasite and Fish Disease I, Parasite and Fish Disease II, Fish Disease Analysis I, and Fish Disease Analysis II.

 

MARINE RESOURCES EXPLORATION

Coordinator course: Prof. Moch. Amin Alamsjah, Ir., M.Si., Ph.D.

2-0

This course discusses the primary and secondary metabolism of aquatic biota organisms, bioactive metabolites from marine algae, fungi, bacteria, marine invertebrates, separation and isolation techniques, aquatic bioactive biota, biological, toxicological and clinical evaluation.

 

MARINE BIOTA INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY

Coordinator course: Prof. Moch. Amin Alamsjah, Ir., M.Si., Ph.D.

1-1

This course examines the biology, ecology, and physiology of marine organisms, specific components of high economic value generated from each type of marine organisms, including secondary metabolites, the process of extraction and the use of the several components in the field of food and non-food.

 

 

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