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PROFILE OF MASTER OF FISHERIES SCIENCE
Master of Fisheries Science is a master’s degree to study fisheries science in the Faculty of Fisheries and Marine, Universitas Airlangga, Indonesia. It was established based on Rector’s Decree No: 148 / UN3.12 / AK / 2019, on April 24th, 2019. Master of Fisheries Science has fulfilled the minimum accreditation requirements based on the National Accreditation Agency for Higher Education (BAN-PT) No: 49 / SK / BAN-PT / Min-Akred / M / VIII / 2019. Master of Fisheries Science has 3 (three) main interest studies, which are Tropical Aquaculture Science, Tropical Aquatic Resource Management Science, and Aquatic Product Processing Technology which are mainly aimed to facilitate Bachelor’s degree-research according to their areas of interest.
VISION OF MASTER OF FISHERIES SCIENCE
To be recognized nationally and internationally for excellence in knowledge development, applied science and technology in the field of tropical fisheries for sustainable fisheries based on the values ​​of excellence with morality.
MISSION OF MASTER OF FISHERIES SCIENCE
1.    To conduct and develop fisheries science education in accordance with the development of science and technology.
2.    To organize and develop superior research related to tropical fisheries, especially in the field of tropical aquaculture, aquatic resource management and aquatic product processing based on values ​​of excellence with morality.
3.    To provide community services by applying the results of study and research based on the values ​​of excellence with morality.
GRADUATE PROFILE
Master of Fisheries Science will have abilities as a) Researcher, b) Communicator, c) Teacher or Lecturer, d) Manager, and e) Leader.
The detail profiles of the graduates of the master degree program are as follows:
1. Researcher: A person who is capable of thinking logically to solve problems in the field of tropical fisheries, through effective, efficient, valid, and reliable research methods, and can be applied in the wider community.
2. Communicator: A person who is able to become a reliable communicator in formulating, designing, implementing, and socializing programs, specifically in the field of fisheries and marine sciences.
3. Teacher atau Lecturer: someone who is able to become an excellent educator in his area of ​​expertise for students and vocational school students or university students in the fisheries and marine sector.
4. Manager: A person who has managerial skills in managing fisheries business and management functions (planning, organizing, actuating, and controlling) in the application of tropical fisheries.
5.    Leader: A person who has leadership skills in leading fisheries-related institutions as well as the function of leading and advancing the development of tropical fisheries science applications.
LEARNING OUTCOMES
Learning outcomes from the Master of Fisheries Science, Faculty of Fisheries and Marine in Graduates Competency Standards (SKL) are expressed in three elements, namely attitudes, knowledge, and skills which are divided into general and specific skills.
Attitudes
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 Skills
1.    Capable of developing logical, critical, systematic and creative thinking through scientific research, design or art of science and technology that implements humanistic aspect based on their expertise, synthesize scientific concept and study based on the role and ethical aspects in the form of master thesis published in an accredited journal;
2.    Capable of validating academic or studies relating their expertise in solving problem faced by relevant societies or industries through developing their expertise;
3.    Capable of initiating scientific idea, thought and arguments responsibly and based on academic ethics, then disseminate through media for academic and societies in general;
4.    Capable of identifying relevant knowledge becoming their research object and connect to the research map developed through interdisciplinary and multi-disciplinary approaches;
5.    Capable of making decision in solving problem of technology application that implements humanistic aspect based on data and information obtained from experimental study;
6.    Capable of organizing, developing and intensifying teamwork quality in their home insitution or outside by orienting to work quality in an apprpriate time;
7.    Capable of improving learning capacity independently;
8.    Capable of documenting, archiving, securing and investigating prototype data, design, or art in ensuring rights and avoiding plagiarism.
Specific Skills
a.   Graduates are capable of implementing knowledge and skills in the field of tropical aquaculture, tropical aquatic resource management, and processing technology for aquatic products. The details of the expected graduate skills are:
1.   Tropical Aquaculture:
a.  Capable of developing technology to increase the productivity of tropical aquaculture.
b.  Capable of developing technology for detecting and handling health and disease of tropical aquatic organisms.
c.  Capable of developing biotechnology in the field of reproduction and genetics of tropical aquatic organisms.
d.  Capable of developing feed and nutrition for tropical aquatic organisms.
2.  Tropical Aquatic Resource Management:
a.  Capable of developing conservation strategies for tropical aquatic resources.
b.  Capable of developing a tropical aquatic resource management model.
c.  Capable of developing a productivity management and tropical aquatic environments.
3.  Tropical Aquatic Product Processing Technology:
a.  Develop technology for processing tropical aquatic products.
b.  Developing innovative tropical aquatic products.
c.  Develop functional food of tropical aquatic products.
b.  Graduate are capable of analyzing problems related to tropical aquaculture, management of aquatic resources, and technology for processing aquatic products, determine the stage of completion, and conclude the results of the analysis to determine the next stages of development.
Knowledges
1.  Able to implement various regulations, laws, and decisions in the field of fisheries and tropical marine.
2. Able to develop potentials that support the management of fisheries and marine resources.
Competencies of Master Program based on The Indonesian National Qualification Framework (KKNI)
1. Capable of developing science, technology and arts in their field or professionals through innovative and empirical outputs generating research.
2. Capable of solving science, technology problem through inter or multidesciplinary approaches.
3. Capable of organizing research and development that is beneficial for communities, science and internationally recognized.

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No Code Compulsory Courses Year Semester Credit Sylabus HandBook Competence
Semester 1 (Odd)
1 PNI686 Research Methods and Statistics I 1 3 (2-1)
Supporting
2 PLP602 Biosecurity and Food Safety 1 1 3 (2-1)
Main
3 MNS651 Fish Health Management 1 1 3 (2-1)
Main
4 EKP628 Bioeconomics / Fisheries Economic 1 1 2 (2-0)
Supporting
5   Interest Elective Course (minimum 4 credits) 1 1 4 (4-0)      
Sub Total 15  

Semester 2 (Even)
6 KML628 Fisheries Waste Management 1 2 2 (2-0)
Main
7 PLP603 Nutrition and Feeding Technology 1 2 3 (2-1)
Supporting
8 PLT601 Post Harvest Technology 1 2 3 (2-1)
Supporting
9 MNU642 Fisheries Management 1 2 2 (2-0)
Supporting
10 PNI687 Specific Topic in Fisheries 1 2 2 (2-0)
Main
11   Interest Elective Course (minimum 3 credits) 1 2 3 (3-0)
 
Sub Total 15  

Semester 3 (Odd)
12 PLU602 Colloquium 2 3 1 (1-0)
Main
13 PNI688 Seminar 2 3 1 (1-0)
Main
14 PNI689 Thesis 2 4 8 (0-8)
Main
Sub Total 10  

Odd Semester Elective Cources
Interest in Tropical Aquaculture Sciences
15 PLT602 Live Feed Culture Technology 1 1 3 (2-1)
Specific
16 PLP604 Nutritional Physiology of Aquatic Organims 1 1 2 (2-0)
Main
17 BII631 Immunology of Aquatic Organisms 1 1 2 (2-0)
Main
18 BIT635 Cell / Tissue Cultures of Aquatic Organisms 1 1 3 (2-1)
Supporting
19 BIM615 Applied Microbiology 1 1 2 (2-0)
Supporting
20 PLU603 Aquatic Organims Physiology and Reproduction 1 1 2 (2-0)
Main

Interest in Management of Tropical Aquatic Resources Sciences
21 PLU607 Ecotourisms 1 1 2 (2-0)
Supporting
22 PLL602 Population Dynamic of Aquatic Organism 1 1 2 (2-0)
Specific
23 BIT628 Environmental Biotechnology 1 1 2 (2-0)
Main
24 MNU643 Aquatic Resources Management Modeling 1 1 3 (2-1)
Specific
25 PLU603 Aquatic Organims Physiology and Reproduction 1 1 2 (2-0)
Main
26 LKB616 Aquatic Ecotoxicology 1 2 3 (2-1)
Supporting

Interest in Technology of Aquatic Products Sciences
27 BIK621 Aquatic Product Enzymology 1 1 2 (2-0)
Main
28 PLT604 Aquatic Product Biotechnology 1 1 2 (2-0)
Main
29 PLT605 Aquatic Product Fermentation Technology 1 1 3 (2-1)
Specific
30 PLT606 Waste Management Technology of Aquatic Industry 1 1 2 (2-0)
Specific
 
Even Semester Elective Cources
Interest in Tropical Aquaculture Sciences
31 PLU604 Tropical Ornamental Fish Culture 1 2 3 (2-1)
Specific
32 BIT636 Applied Genetic in Aquatic Organism 1 2 3 (2-1)
Main
33 PLT603 Design and Aquaculture System 1 2 2 (2-0)
Specific
34 BIT637 Biotechnology of Aquaculture 1 2 3 (2-1)
Specific
35 PLU605 Physiology and Behaviour Of Fish 1 2 2 (2-0)
Main
36 BIE606 Endocronology of Aquatic Organisms 1 2 2 (2-0)
Main
37 PLU606 Water Quality for Aquaculture 1 2 2 (2-0)
Main

Interest in Management of Tropical Aquatic Resources Sciences
38 BIT636 Applied Genetic in Aquatic Organism 1 2 3 (2-1)
Main
39 BIE606 Endocronology of Aquatic Organisms 1 2 2 (2-0)
Supporting
40 MNU644 Coral Reef Management 1 2 2 (2-0)
Specific
41 LKB617 Ecobiology of Acquatic Organism 1 2 2 (2-0)
Main
42 HKA621 Law And Policy of Aquatic Resources Management 1 2 2 (2-0)
Supporting
43 LKB618 Biomonitoring of Acquatic Environment 1 2 2 (2-0)
Main
 
Interest in Technology of Aquatic Products Sciences
44 LKB616 Aquatic Ecotoxicology 1 2 3 (2-1)
Supporting
45 PLT607 Aquatic Product Development 1 2 2 (2-0)
Specific
46 LKB619 Aquatic Food Microbiology 1 2 2 (2-0)
Main
47 LKT601 Hygiene and Sanitation 1 2 2 (2-0)
Main

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