Hasanuddin University as the main organization of Postgraduate Program was inaugurated on September 10, 1956 by the first Vice President of the Republic of Indonesia, Drs. Moh. Hatta. However, the forerunner to the commencement of Postgraduate Program started 34 years later (1980), when the Rector of Hasanuddin University, Prof. Dr. A. Amiruddin formed the Preparatory Committee of Postgraduate Education chaired by Prof.Dr. Ir Fachrudin. The task of the committee was to prepare for the opening of Postgraduate Education at the Master (S2) level in order to fulfill the need of lecturers in improving teaching and learning process at higher education, as well as to fulfill the needs of regional and national development in Indonesia.
By the hard work of the committee, the Director General of Higher Education, Ministry of Education and Culture was finally issued a Decree No. 325/D/T/1982, where Hasanuddin University was trusted to open Graduate Education in collaboration with Bogor Institute of Agriculture (IPB) in the form of Credit Earning Activities (KPK) program. At that time, there were four study programs offered, namely Agricultural Systems, Regional Development and Planning, Environmental Management and Economics Resources, while the Postgraduate Program was led by Prof.Dr.Ir Fachrudin as chairman and Dr. Sjamsuddin Rasjid, M.Sc., as secretary.
Four years later, Hasanuddin University Postgraduate Program was recognized to be the Faculty of Postgraduate based on the Presidential Decree No. 52 of 1986 dated October 11, 1986, and it was inaugurated by Prof.Dr. Fuad Hassan as the Minister of Education and Culture of the Republic of Indonesia, on December 9, 1986. Along with the inauguration of the Faculty of Postgraduate Studies, a cooperation agreement between Hasanuddin University and Bogor Institute of Agriculture (IPB) concerning the Doctoral Program (S3) in the field of Agricultural Sciences was also signed. At that time, Dean of Postgraduate Studies was switched from Prof.Dr.Ir.Fachrudin who was appointed as Rector of Hasanuddin University to Prof.dr. Hardjoeno assisted by Dr. A. Karim Saleh as Assistant Dean for Academic Affairs, Dr.Ir. Anna K. Pairunan as Assistant Dean for Administration and Finance and Dr.Syahruddin Kadir as Assistant Dean for Student Affairs. In this period the Faculty of Postgraduate Studies had already graduated 5 Masters as the first alumni.
Four years after the Faculty of Postgraduate Studies was inaugurated, the Law on National Education System and Government Regulation No. 30 of 1990 issued by the Government, followed by the Decree of the Minister of Education and Culture, No.0311/0/1991 dated June 6, 1991 concerning the rechange of the Faculty of Postgraduate into the Graduate Program at all state universities and institutes in Indonesia, including Hasanuddin University Postgraduate Program. At this period, Hasanuddin University Postgraduate Studies was held back by Prof.dr. Hardjoeno, meanwhile assistant for the academic affairs held by Prof.Dr. A. Karim Saleh was handed over to Dr.Ir. Mas'ud Junus, M.Sc., because he was appointed as the Dean of Faculty of Economics, while two other officers, Dr.Ir. Anna K. Pairunan and Dr.Syahruddin Kadir, M.Sc. remained in their original positions.
Furthermore, in 1992, after Prof.dr. Hardjoeno had already finished his chairmanship, the chairman of Postgraduate Program subsequently was held by Prof.Dr. Sumali Wiryowidagdo as Director, and assisted by dr.A. Husni Tanra, Ph.D., as Assistant Director I and Dr.Syahruddin Kadir, M.Sc. as Assistant Director II. Four years later, Prof.dr. A. Husni Tanra Ph.D. was promoted to be the Director and assisted by Prof.Dr.Ir. Ananto Yudono, M.Eng. as Assistant Director for Academic and Research, Dr.Hafied Cangara, M.Sc. as Assistant Director for Administration and Finance, and Dr.Syahruddin Kadir, M.Sc. as Assistant Director for Cooperation and Development.
In 2002 the head of Postgraduate was held by Prof.Dr.Ir.M.Natsir Nessa,MS., as Director, assisted by Prof.Dr.Sumarwati Kramadibrata Poli, M.Lit. as Assistant Director for Academic Affairs and Prof.Dr.Aminuddin Salle, SH, MH. as Assistant Director for Administration, Finance and Cooperation. In the middle of 2004 Assistant Director for Administration and Finance was replaced, where it was entrusted to Dr.Ir. Thamrin Idris, MS to replace Prof.Dr. Aminuddin Salle, SH., MH., who was promoted to be a Coordinator of Private Higher Education Region IX.
Since July 2006 the chairman of Postraduate Program was held by Prof.Dr.dr.A.Razak Taha, M.Sc. as Director and assisted by Prof.Dr.Sumarwati Kramadibrata Poli, M.Lit. as Assistant Director for Academic Affairs and Prof.Dr.Ir.Basit Wello, M.Sc. as Assistant Director for Administration, Finance and Cooperation. In May 2007, Assistant Director III was formed as Quality Assurance, Monitoring and Evaluation, Student Development and Alumni Relations and was held by Prof.Dr.Ir. Ambo Tuwo, DEA.
In July 2010 the leadership of Postgraduate Program chaired by Prof.Dr. Ir Mursalim as Director and assisted by Prof.Dr.Ir. Ambo Tuwo, DEA as Assistant Director for Academic Affairs, Prof.Dr. Syamsul Bahri, SH, MS., as a Assistant Director for Administration and Finance; while the Assistant Director for Quality Assurance, Monitoring and Evaluation, Student Deevelopment and Alumni Relations was held by Prof.dr. Veni Hadju, Ph.D.`
Later, since July 2014 Postgraduate Program has been chaired by Prof. Dr. Syamsul Bahri, SH, MS; assisted by Prof.Dr.dr. Suryani As'ad, M.Sc as Assistant Director for Academic Affairs; Prof.Dr. Hamka, M.A. as Assistant Director for Administration and Finance, and Prof. Dr Ing. Herman Parung as Assistant Director for Cooperation, Student Development and Alumni.
After 29 years of the implementation of Postgraduate Education at Hasanuddin University, the total alumni up to December 2015 was 1,619 doctors (Ph.D), and 19,957 Masters. The number of study programs available up to now is 46 Master study programs (S2) and 14 doctoral study programs (S3).
VISION, MISSION AND GOALS
To be postgraduate education institution having a quality culture with graduates and research results which are always relevant nationally and internationally.
The quality and relevance of this has the following attributes:
Creative, innovative, and wise graduates to develop science in compliance with the development of global knowledge.
The study results which may be published in international journals to contribute to the development of science, technology and art.
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Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Hasanuddin University was officially established on August 17th, 1963 with the name Faculty of Maths and Natural Sciences which comprised four departments: Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Biology. In its development, the faculty added one department, Pharmacy, so that the faculty consisted of five departments. In 1977, Faculty of Maths and Natural Sciences and Faculty of Engineering were merged into one faculty with the name Faculty of Science and Technology. Six Years later, in 1983, the merged faculty was divided again into two different faculties; the science field became the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, while the technology field became the Faculty of Engineering again. Since the Pharmacy Department was upgraded into the Faculty of Pharmacy in 2005, the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences comprised four departments as they were initially established.
After five decades, the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences has run the Master and Doctoral Programs, each of which is in the Departments of Chemistry and Mathematics. The Graduate Program in the Departments of Physics and Biology is still waiting for the approval from the General Director of the Higher Education. The alumni produced until December 2012 were approximately 6,000 graduates, 25 masters, 29 doctors.
To support learning processes and academic activities, the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, provides offices for administrative and academic affairs, laboratories, library, parking areas, car parks, parks equipped with benches and free hotspot for students, seminar rooms, hall, quality assurance room, senate meeting room, canteen, and other facilities which could support the convenience of academic citizens. The faculty has a library with a size of 50 m2 and the total collection of 2,750 book titles and 35 national and international journals, and the students’ research papers.
Department of Mathematics
Department of Biology
Department of Chemistry
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Prior to the Decree of the Minister of Education and Culture, December 3rd, 1960 Number 102248/UU/1960 concerning the Establishment of Faculty of Letters, Hasanuddin University, several units of B.1 Course Programs of Makassar Higher Education Foundation were merged into Hasanuddin University. The Foundation was chaired by Syamsuddin Dg Mangawing and Prof G.J.Wolhoff was one of the members. This foundation was the fraction of Sawerigading University under the leadership of Nuruddin Syahadat. The merger of B.1 Course Program, Paedagogic Department, Eastern and Western Departments into Hasanuddin University took place on November 2nd, 1959. This merger was the pioneering of Faculty of Letters officially established based on the Decree of the Minister of Education, Teaching and Culture on November 3rd, 1960.
After that, Faculty of Letters, Hasanuddin University was officiated on December 11th, 1960 with the name of Faculty of Letters and Philosophy. In its development, Faculty of Letters and Philosophy became the Faculty of Cultural Sciences based on the Decree of the Minister of Education, Teaching and Culture Number: 102248/UU/1960. Faculty of Letters became the fifth faculty within Hasanuddin University after the Faculty of Economics (1950), Faculty of Law (1952), Faculty of Medicine (1956), Faculty of Engineering.(1960).
Since 2016, the name Faculty of Letters has changed into the Faculty of Cultural Sciences. In implementing the three duties of higher education, Faculty of Cultural Sciences concentrates on three studies: languages, literature, and cultures. The faculty integrates the three studies into 8 departments: Indonesian, English, Roman (French),Western Asia (Arabic), Local Language and Literature, History, Archeology, and Japanese Departments.
Faculty of Cultural Sciences, Hasanuddin University is situated in the eastern part of Hasanuddin University, its entrance is between the Faculty of Law and Language Centre of Hasanuddin University. The Deanery Office of the faculty has two floors, the first floor is for the Offices of the Dean, and Deputy Dean, the second floor is for the academic administrative room.
The classrooms of the faculty Cultural Science are located in three storey buildings, the first and second floors represent the classrooms for the undergraduate students, and the third floor is for classrooms of graduate programs. Other facilities include the library, canteen, filing room, and each department has its own language laboratory equipped with air conditioner.
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Faculty of Economics, Hasanuddin University is the oldest Faculty of Economics in Indonesia established on October 8th, 1948 as the branch of the Faculty of Economics of University of Indonesia, Jakarta, based on the Decree of Lieutenant General of the Netherlands Indies Government Number 127 date July 23rd, 1947. Because of the protracted uncertainty and chaos in Makassar, the Faculty of Economics under Drs. La Enthoven (Director) was coagulated and reopened as the branch of Faculty of Economics, University of Indonesia on October 7th, 1953 under the leadership of Prof. Drs. G.H.M. Rieker. The Faculty of Economics, became more progressive and pioneer of Hasanuddin University under the acting head of Drs.Wolfhoff and his secretray Drs. Muhammad Baga on September 1st, 1956.
Faculty of Economics has 3 undergraduate departments: Economics, Management, and Accounting. Besides the diploma and undergraduate programs, Faculty of Economics also run 6 masters programs: Development Planning Economics, Resource Economics, Management and Finance, Masters of Management, Masters of Accounting Science, Masters of Regional Finance. Faculty of Economics also runs the doctorate program namely Economics.
Faculty of Economics and Business provides comfortable classrooms laboratories and library equipped with air conditioners and LCD projectors. The laboratory is adjusted to the necessity of the departments for example the management laboratory. Beside the conventional library, the faculty also provides e-library accessible to any economic students, parks, and gazebos with the free internet access and praying facility not far from the parks. The students may have the opportunity to experience the field practices or apprentice program in state or private institutions.
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Faculty of Medicine of Hasanuddin University was formerly Makassar Faculty of Medicine, established on January 27, 1956 by the Minister of Education. When Hasanuddin University was founded, Makassar Faculty of Medicine was taken over by the university and named as the Faculty of Medicine of Hasanuddin University. With over 50 years of history, the faculty is one of the oldest faculties in Eastern part of Indonesia and it is even the oldest in Indonesia. It has remarkable buildings serving as the representation of the new campus of the university.
The faculty has established collaboration with the Type A Hospitals in the city as teaching hospitals to provide high standard services with a wide range of specialists. The primary hospitals located around campus include Hasanuddin University Hospital and General Central Hospital of Dr Wahidin Sudirohusodo. In addition, the faculty has also established collaboration with various hospitals for clinical teachings, such as General Central Hospital of Labuang Baji Hospital, Pelamonia Hospital, Akademi Yaury Yusuf Hospital, Islam Faisal Hospital and several Community Health Centers.
The Faculty of Medicine is strongly committed to yield alumni with competitive international standards in this globalization era. It is also constantly seeking for innovation on the educational system, especially through the enrollment of international students, such as those from Malaysia. In addition to formal instructions, the faculty also provides health services and advanced treatment for the local community. Many of the pre-clinical department staff undertake basic research on Parasitology, Microbiology, and Medical Molecular Genetics. A wide range of research was funded from the local parties through international collaboration.
The faculty has 10 departments of preclinical and 15 clinical departments located within hospitals, while the pre-clinical departments are just within the faculty. The department consists of Anatomy, Histology, Biochemistry, Physiology, Pharmacology, Pathology, Clinical Pathology, Microbiology, Parasitology, Pediatrics, Internal Medicine, Surgery, Dermatology -- Veneorology, Ophthalmology, Psychiatry, Neurology, Forensic Medicine, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Anesthesiology, Radiology, Orthopedics, and Cardiology.
Itis also equipped with facilities, such as Medical Library, Computer Aided Learning Laboratory (CALL), Clinical Skills Laboratory, Integrated Laboratory and clinical treatment rooms. It has collection of books and large number of medical videos. The faculty has its own production house to provide the high quality of multimedia teaching activities. One of the advantages of these tools is the storage of lectures that students can access in the form of CD-ROMs. In addition, the faculty has colorful illustrations of electronic textbooks, which are lendable. on demand. Currently, the faculty has imposed a 24-hour teaching system supported by 270 lecturers who are mostly doctors from public hospitals and teaching hospitals.
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Faculty of Law was officially established on March 3rd, 1952 based on the Decree of the Minister of Education and Culture Number 3399/Kab, on January 30th, 1952 with the name Faculty of Law and Public Knowledge. Initially, the Faculty of Law and Public Knowledge, Faculty of Economics, and Faculty of Medicine represented the branches of the Faculty of Law and Public Knowledge, Faculty of Economics, and Faculty of Medicine of University of Indonesia. These three faculties had then pioneered the establishment of Hasanuddin University on September 9th, 1952.
The success of the establishment of Faculty of Law and Public Knowledge at that time was the result of the maximal effort of the higher education founding fathers who were united in the Board of Higher Education in Makassar led by J.E. Tatengkeng and others who obtained full support both from the regional and political leaders in Sulawesi.
The first dean of the faculty was taken hold of by Prof. Mr. Djokosoetono who was then substituted by Prof. Mr. C. De. Heem. After that, the position was taken over by Prof. Drs. G.H.M. Riekerk. In 1956 under the leadership of Prof. Drs. G.H.M. Riekerk (1956 – 1958), the faculty was no longer the branch of the Faculty of Law, University of Indonesia.
Faculty of Law, Hasanuddin Universityas one of the leading legal education institutions in Indonesia provides the best service for the students. It has several well arranged buildings and complete facilities, such as AC equipment and LCD in every room. The faculty also has a hall which can be used for seminars or lectures in bigger capacity, such as the “Hall of Baharuddin Lopa”. In order to support the learning processes, the faculty also provides laboratories, such as Moot Court Laboratory of “Harifin Tumpa”, Video Conference Laboratory of “Laica Marzuki”, Computer Lab, Designing Laboratory, and CounsellingandAdvocacy Laboratory. For the graduate candidates, the Meeting Room of Ahmad Manggau and the independent Promotion Room are provided. The praying facility, Baitul Hakiem Mosque, is one of the faculty icons.
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The instruction of the Minister of Higher Education and Science of the Republic of Indonesia, Prof. Dr. Ir. Hadiwidjaya in 1962 stated that every state university should extend the number of the faculties of science and social sciences, so that the President of Hasanuddin University Professor Arnold Mononutu held a meeting to discuss the minister’s instruction.
After several steps had been taken, the Faculty of Math and Natural Sciences was established based on the Decree of the Minister of Higher Education and Science Number 102 of 1963 on August 17th, 1963. The faculty had five departments, one of them was the Department of Pharmacy. The students of the first batch were 110 out of 145 of the registered candidates.
During the term of the Rector, Professor Dr. Ahmad Amiruddin, through the Decree of the Minister of the Education and Culture Number: 0266/Q/1977, July 16th, 1977, the Faculty of Maths and Natural Sciences and the Faculty of Engineering were integrated into one faculty named Faculty of Science and Technology. Six years later,in 1983, The Science became the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, and the Technology became the Faculty of Engineering again. The Department of Pharmacy remained under the Faculty of Maths and Natural Sciences.
On January 11th, 2007, the change of the Department of Pharmacy into the Faculty of Pharmacy was approved by the Director of Higher Education of the Department of National Education. On the Senate approval, the Rector of Hasanuddin University decided the Faculty of Pharmacy with the issuance of the Decree of Rector of Hasanuddin University Number: 441/H4/0/2007 of March 14th, 2007, signed by Prof. Dr. Idrus A. Paturusi, Sp. B., SPBO. The inauguration of Faculty of Pharmacy was conducted on November 14th, 2007.
Faculty of Pharmacy performs the learning activities by integrating various learning approaches such as the Teacher Centre Learning (TCL), Learning based Program (LBP), and Student Centre Learning (SCL). For the integration of the three learning approaches, every lecturer of the faculty is required to design learning plans which can lead the students to achieve better knowledge and skills. The students are also required to participate actively in the classrooms and laboratory activities in the process of problems solving through group discussion.
Faculty of Pharmacy has Laboratory of Biopharmacy serving as the centre of research for lecturers and students. This centre has been able to fulfil the demands of the sample testing from other institutions such as the cosmetic sample safety and metal content. The lab is equipped with a number of sophisticated instruments, such as Liquid Chromatolography/MS-MS, Ultra Fast Liquid Chromatolography (UFLC), Spectrophotometer UV-VIS, SpecrophotometerIR, Sephacore, Automatic Absorption1ectrophotoimeter (AAS), Real Time (PCR), Nanospray Drier, and Flame PW Shotometer.
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The Faculty of Dentistry was initially the Dentistry Institute of Yos Sudarso established on January 23rd, 1969 in cooperation between Hasanuddin University and Indonesian Navy. The cooperation was the follow up of the visit of the Minister of Man Power of Republic of Indonesia, Admiral Dg Mamangun to the Dentistry Office of South Sulawesi Province led by Halimah Dg Sikati, the Head of Dental and Oral Division, Faculty of Medicine, Hasanuddin University.
Based on the Decree of the Rector of Hasanuddin University on January 1st, 1969, the Dentistry Institute of Yos Sudarso became the Division of Dentistry, Faculty of Medicine, and based on the Decree of the Ministry of Education and Culture Number 0226/1970 on July 27th, 1970, the Division of Dentistry officially became a part of the Faculty of Medicine under the Department of Education and Culture.
On June 8th, 1974, the cooperation agreement between Hasanuddin University and Indonesian Navy was signed. The Head of the Department of Dentistry of Faculty of Medicine, was handed over from the Dentist Leutenant Colonel Subagio to the Dentist, Leutenant Colonel I.G Geria. The Division of Dentistry, Faculty of Medicine,was then changed into the Department of Dentistry. In 1983, Hasanuddin University upgraded the Department of Dentistry into a faculty called Faculty of Dentistry based on the Decree of the Rector Number 91/0/02/83 on February 22nd, 1983, and the Decree of the Minister of the Department of Education and Culture of Republic of Indonesia Number 0563/01983 dated December 8th, 1983.
The Faculty of Dentistry has 11 divisions: the Divisions of Oral Disease, Oral Surgery, Periodontics, Prostodontics, Pedodontics, Orthodontics, Oral Biology, Public Dentistry, Dental Conservation, Radiology, Material Science, Dentistry Technology. In oder to support the dentistry professional skills, the Faculty of Dentistry has the Dental and Oral Hospital functioning as the public dental service. The Dental and Oral Hospital caters for the clinical dental care division in the specific medical service and specialists’ medical service with various dental experts in the dental medical professional fields. Faculty of Dentistry, Hasanuddin University has two Dental and Oral Hospitals in two different locations: the Dental and Oral Hospitals in Tamalanrea and on Jalan Kandea.
The Dental Laboratory of Faculty of Dentistry represents a unit to train undergraduate students’ skills in the dental and oral restoration and appliance. The laboratory also provides the dentists’ needs for the dental and oral restoration.
Dentistry Study Program
Specialist Dentist Education of Dental Conservation Program
Specialist Dentist Education of Periondotology Program
Specialist Dentist Education of Prostodontics Program
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Faculty of Forestry has one department and one study programme namely the Study Programme of Forestry. Curriculum of the Forestry Study Programme which currently applies is the Curriculum of 2008 being simultaneously legalized by the University Senate with the other study programmes in the year 2010. However, since the year 2013, the curriculum referring to the Indonesian National Qualification Framework had been modified and legalized by the Faculty Senate in the year 2015. The curriculum modification was implemented to meet the employment opportunities, global demands and development, technology development, particularly in the field of forestry.
The Forestry Study Programme has provided the basic expertise of the forestry sciences based on the Curriculum of 2008 and the New Curriculum of 2015. The curriculum concerns psychomotor skills through the practice of the basic subjects related to the general and forest ecological principles, identification of tree types, or practice of the expertise subjects, such as the activities related to the forest cultivation, planning, harvesting, sustainable forest management, the policies in the forestry field, solution of the forestry social problems and the practice of the forest product processing and utilization. In addition, the study program provides the students with opportunities to develop themselves and apply their knowledge in the field practice or apprentice in the forest institutions or companies specifying in the forestry field.
The Forestry Department of Hasanuddin University has seven laboratories, teaching forest, undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. The laboratories serve as the centre of investigation, research and community service for particular interests, laboratory practice related to the subjects within the scope of the forestry sciences. Each laboratory is responsible for one or more study field interests. The Teaching Forest functions as the supporting element possessed by the faculty as the natural laboratory which also has the functions of education, research, and community service.
Thelearning activities of the Forestry Study Programme are supported by the sufficient facilities, such as lecture and seminar room, office rooms, meeting rooms and hall, equipped with the sound-system, LCD, and internet service (Wi-Fi) to support teaching and learning processes.
The libraries comprising the central and faculty libraries are under the management of the Technical Implementing Unit of Hasanuddin University Central Library. There are services available in the libraries, such as library materials, information search service, CD-ROM, and Internet, photo copy, consultation, apprentice, training and education service.
The laboratories consist of the Laboratory of Forestry Planning and Information System, Laboratory of Tree Biotechnology and Breeding, Laboratory of Tree Silviculture and Physiology, Laboratory of Forest Resource Conservation and Ecotourism, Laboratory of Forest Product Processing and Utilization, Laboratory of Forestry Policy and Entrepreneurship, Forestry Integrated Laboratory, Forest Harvesting Laboratory, Forest Protection Laboratory, River Basin Management Laboratory.
As the natural laboratory, Teaching Forest is managed for the purpose of the research, education and community service.
Forestry Study Program
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Faculty of Engineering Hasanuddin University was founded on September 7, 1960 with the establishment of three departments: Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and Naval Engineering. The development of the faculty with the opening of new departments was maintained until September 1963 with the formation of the Departments of Architecture and Electrical Engineering. The establishment of Geological Engineering in September 1982 completed a series of department developments within the Faculty of Engineering. Currently, the Faculty of Engineering has managed 13 undergraduate study programs, 6 Master study programs and 4 Doctoral study programs.
The Faculty of Engineering located in Gowa regency has a vision of becoming an excellent institution in the field of engineering for global sustainability with the spirit of maritime culture. The vision is in line with the objective of engineering faculty to have competent graduates as well as a balance between the excellence of science and engineering skills that creates link-n-match with the demands of world progress in the engineering industry and specific manufacturing insights of continental and maritime environment. Therefore, the faculty is constantly developing national and international partnership network for the sake of educational excellence and research in multi-disciplinary engineering. This faculty has also developed an intensive education and research for sustainable development to deal with the issues of global environmental degradation.
The Faculty of Engineering has implemented the Students’ Centered Learning (SCL) method characterized by Laboratory-Based Education (LBE) model so that each department is equipped with the sufficient laboratory facilities. The implementation of international quality research was managed through the research collaboration with the foreign universities, such as Kyushu University, Monbukagakusho, and other universities. The Environmental Study Program, for example, has three major laboratories: the Water Research Laboratory, Waste Management Research Laboratory and Air and Noise Laboratory. In addition to the campus laboratories, the students can enrich their insights through fieldwork, such as fieldtrip, fieldwork practice, and others.
The campus building complex of Faculty of Engineering in Gowa being the most excellent in South East Asia was completed in 2012. This campus location having the area of about 3,500 squares provides some technologically equipped room facilities such as lecture hall, library, assembly hall, as well as JK Centre.
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Based on the potential and the needs of South Sulawesi in the field of animal husbandry, in 1963 the community and local government established the Faculty of Veterinary and Animal Husbandry chaired by Shamsuddin Dg Mangawing. Having had the private status, the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Husbandry began lecturing activities on October 10, 1963 with lecturers from Hasanuddin University, the Veterinary Service and other relevant agencies. On May 1, 1964, the faculty gained a government status, which was integrated into the name of Hasanuddin University under Faculty of Animal Husbandry based on the decree of PTIP No: 37/1964. Faculty of Animal Husbandry became the ninth faculty in the university with 4 members of teaching staff and 79 students.
In its development, the Faculty of Animal Husbandry has undergone self-reorganization for several times in responding to the dynamics of developments. In 1982, the faculty underwent re-independency after several years of integration with the Faculty of Agriculture in 1977 under the name Faculty of Agricultural Sciences. Faculty of Animal Husbandry used to manage the Fishery Department in 1983 until finally the department became the Faculty of Fishery. Since 1983, the Faculty of Animal Husbandry has managed three departments: Livestock Production, Nutrition and Livestock Feed, and Socioeconomic of Livestock and the addition of Livestock Product Technology Study Program under the Department of Livestock Production in 2007. Due to rearrangement and codification of study programs in 2009, the formation of four departments merged again into one study program under the name Animal Husbandry Study Program in 2010. The basis for integration was the Decree of Directorate General of Higher Education no.3137 / D / T / K-N / 2010 on July 22, 2010. In addition, this faculty has developed masters program: Livestock and Technology Sciences.
Both undergraduate and master programs gain full support from four study programs: Animal Production, Nutrition and Livestock Feed, Socioeconomic Livestock, and Livestock Products and Technology Program. These programs manage several laboratories in support of the TRIDARMA (three duties: education, research, and community service), such as Ruminant Nutrition Laboratory, Animal Physiology, Microbiology, and Animal Health, etcetera. The laboratory provides excellent facilities to cater for development of science and technology.
In addition to in-campus laboratories, the Faculty of Animal Husbandry also has a field laboratory in the form of Mini Ranch in Enrekang and Gowa Regencies, and Breeding Centre in Maroanging, Enrekang Regency. Since its establishment, the Faculty of Animal Husbandry has had 4425 graduates who are available in a range of study fields throughout Indonesia and overseas.
Livestock Study Program
Livestock Production Study Program
Livestock Production and Technology Study Program
Livestock Nutrition and Feed Study Program
Livestock Socioeconomic Study Program
Livestock Technology Science Study Program
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The Eastern part of Indonesia is rich in marine waters because it consists of a cluster of islands storing a variety of marine resources and maritime high cultures. This condition has encouraged the marine and fishery sectors to play an important part in the economic development and welfare of the people in the eastern part of Indonesia.
On this basis, Hasanuddin University set up the development of Marine Sciences as Principal Scientific Pattern (PSP) in 1975 based on the Rector Decree No. 1149 / UP UH / on December 27, 1975. Before the PSP was formed, UNHAS had established the Department of Fishery under the Faculty of Agriculture in 1968. The establishment of Principal Scientific Pattern was based on the strategic analysis, geographical location, natural resources and potential of marine and social culture of the societies in the Eastern Part of Indonesia, where UNHAS was located in a province which was widely known as the maritime community. In 1988, UNHAS established the Marine Science Study Program as one of the responsibility implementations in education field for the development of marine science education. Similarly, the research and community service development by every field of science had been developed in UNHAS oriented to marine issues.
In 1996, The integration of the Marine Science and Fishery Departments into the Faculty of Marine Sciences and Fisheries was implemented based on Decree of the Minister of Education and Culture No. 036/0/1996 on January 29, 1996. Faculty of Marine Sciences and Fisheries became the twelfth established faculty within the university.
The development of Principal Scientific Pattern on marine began with the development of educational programs, research, and community service, and institution. The development of marine education program was in reference to arrangement of program and curriculum, establishment of institutional study programs as well as integration of Fishery Department into the Faculty of Marine Sciences and Fisheries (FMSF). The FMSF has planned the opening of study programs in Marine Technology and Marine Education at Master level of Hasanuddin University.
The concern of marine issues is not only limited on educational programs, but also to the development of research and community service. Until now, the faculty has produced numerous research publications as well as performed community service about marine issues. An attempt to prepare UNHAS as a leading research university has been made with the establishment of Research Centre building equipped with a laboratory. In addition, students’ activity centre, such as Aquarium Units, Coral Centre, Marine Station, and Seaweed Consortium are also available. These are provided to ensure the sustainable development of various fields of science and technology, especially the development of PSP of marine at UNHAS.
Further information about the Faculty of Marine Science and Fisheries can be accessed through faculty website at:
Faculty of Public Health (FPH) is one of the 14 established faculties at Hasanuddin University. FPH implements education programs in the fields of public health, nutrition, research, and community service.
Since its establishment on November 5, 1982, FPH runs three (3) Study Programs that have gained accreditation from The National Accreditation Board of Higher Education. These include undergraduate in Community Health Sciences that consists of 7 Study Programs and 1 Sub-Study Program, undergraduate in Nutrition, and Masters in Community Health Sciences that consist of 7 sub-divisions. The faculty was awarded ISO9001: 2008in February 2013 for the implementation of the quality assurance system.
FPH gains support from 82 teaching staff (full-time lecturers) and 37 lecturers with Doctoral qualifications, 14 lecturers with professorship qualification and the rest with Master qualification. From this number, ten (10) lecturers are currently undertaking the doctoral studies. The faculty has 44 administrative staff that consist of 28 civil servants and 16 people being the contract staff.
Until now, FPH UNHAS with reference to graduation period in March 2013 has had as many as 5271 graduates (4948 graduates of Public Health and Nutrition and 323 graduates), and 1965 Masters. The graduates of FPH are available throughout Indonesia, especially in eastern part of Indonesia.
The faculty has two main buildings and one new three-storey building with a total size of 2,200 square meters. The buildings consist of 14 classrooms, four seminar rooms ( halls and smaller rooms ), 4 rooms, 8 secretariats and collaborative lecturers’ rooms 6 administrative rooms, 5 secretariat rooms for master programs, 1 meeting room for faculty senate , 1 room for Dharma Wanita (lecturer wives’ group) , and 2 equipment warehouses .
In addition to lecture rooms and administrative facilities, the faculty has some other facilities such as an integrated laboratory room, a library, and facilities for students’ activities.
Faculty of Public Health Study Program consists of two, namely:
1. Public Health Study Program
a. Bachelor (S.KM)
Departementof ofAdministration and Health Policy
Departementof of Biostatistics and KKB
Departementof of Epidemiology
Departementof Occupational Health and Safety
Departementof ofEnvironmental Health
Departementof of Health Promotion and Behavioral Sciences
Departementof of Hospital Management
Concentrations of Reproductive Health and Family
b. The Master's program (M. Kes)
Concentration of Environmental Health
Concentration of Health Policy and Administration
Concentration of Health Promotion
Concentration of Nutrition
Concentration of Hospital Administration
Concentrations of Reproductive Health and Family
c. Doctoral Program (DR. KM)
Science of Public Health
2. Nutritional Science Program
Science of Nutrition
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Faculty of Agriculture was established on the same day as the 17th Anniversary of theIndependence of the Republic of Indonesia on August 17th, 1962 as the seventh faculty of Hasanuddin University. It was officiated by the Minister of Education and Science, Professor Dr. Ir. Toyib Hadiwijaya. In the first year, the faculty accepted 75 students for the Department of Agricultural Engineering, and in the academic year of 1963, the Department of Forestry was opened. In 1964 – 1965 academic year, the faculty consisted of three departments: Agricultural Engineering, Agricultural Business, and Agriculture and Forestry Extension Departments. The first batch students (1967) accomplished their studies through the affiliation process with the Faculty of Agriculture of Bogor Agriculture Institute (1972). The faculty produced the first graduate, Engelbert O.M, in 1969, and in the same academic year, the Fishery Department was officially opened. In the period of 1972 – 1983, Faculty of Agriculture was changed into the Faculty of Agricultural Sciences comprising agriculture, forestry, animal sciences, and fishery. Then in 1983 – 1987, the name of faculty was again changed into Faculty of Agriculture and Forestry. Thus, the Faculty of Agriculture, Hasanuddin University had undergone several name changes and organisational structures from the pyramid structure into the matrix organizational structure in 1977. Since Hasanuddin University had simplfied the number and types of faculties, the Faculty of Agriculture and Faculty of Animalo Sciences were merged into one faculty called the Faculty of Agricultural Sciences.
The new era of the development of Faculty of Agriculture and Forestry, started since the implementation of Government Regulation No. 5 of 1980 concerning the Organizational Principals of the State Universities/ Institutes and Presidential Decree No. 68 of 1982 concerning the Organizational Structure of Hasanuddin University. The Government issued the Decree of the Minister of Education and Culture of Republic of Indonesia No. 0154/O/1983 as the implementation of the Government Regulation N. 5 of 1980 concerning the Organization and Work System of Hasanuddin University. The Minister’s Decree regulated the change of the name of the Faculty of Agricultural Sciences into two faculties namely Faculty of Agriculture and Faculty of Animal Sciences. The departments and study programs also underwent changes in line with the Decree of the Minister of Education and Culture of Republic of Indonesia No. 0563/O/1980 and the Decree of the General Director of Higher Education No. 108/DIKTI/Kep/1984. In 1993, in line with its development, Faculty of Agriculture underwent the name change into Faculty of Agriculture and Forestry based on with the Decree of the Minister of Education and Culture of Republic of Indonesia No. 0134/O/93 February 27th, 1993.
The Faculty of Agriculture is still increasing the learning facilities to meet the needs of more than 2,000 students. The faculty has 15 fully air-conditioned rooms (with various capacities between 50 – 150 students) including 1 lecture theatre managed directly by the faculty, and several lecture theatres used simultaneously with the other faculties. Each room is equipped with Slide Projectors usable anytime. The faculty also has 30 laboratories, 1 unit of teaching industry, 4 units of green houses, 1 unit of plant gallery; there is also experimental farms of 10.24 ha located in the north part of the campus and 15 ha located at MoncongloE . At the moment, there is also a farm owned by Faculty of Agriculture at Bulukumba Regency although it has not yet been managed optimally.
Agricultural Cultivation, Agronomy, Plant Pest and Disease Departments
Rural Planning and Development
Management of Soil Resource (in process)
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