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The Bachelor of Physiotherapy Program (S.Ft) is completed in 8 (eight) semesters over 4 (four) years consisting of 45 courses with a total of 147 credits. After passing the academic stage of Bachelor of Physiotherapy (S.Ft), students must continue to the Physiotherapy professional stage to become a Physio (Ftr) as the main requirement to practice physiotherapy independently and professionally.

The first phase consists of two semesters, namely Semester I and Semester II. In this phase, the basics of humanities and the development of sports and artistic talents are given as a basis for understanding the function of movement, learning skills as a lifelong learning concept, social and public health, informatics technology and the basics of normal biological structures and functions.

The second phase consists of two semesters, namely semester III and IV. In this phase, it begins with the basics of examining, processing and measuring FT, understanding various physiotherapy modalities, body movements, electrophysics and physical sources, as well as research and statistical methodologies related to the concept of health and illness in biological structures and functions related to movement problems and movement functions of individuals and communities whose applications use concepts such as therapeutic communication, humanities, interpreneurship, and physiotherapy pharmacology are presented in an integrated manner. In the 4th semester, physiotherapy process management was also given on the concept of health and illness (pathology) in neurology and musculoskeletal.

The third phase is presented in three semesters, namely semester V, VI, and VII. In this phase, management of the physiotherapy process is given to the concept of health and especially the concept of pain (pathology) related to the structure and function of individual and community body movements as well as growth and development (pediatrics), geriatrics, cardiovasculopulmonary, women’s health and integument, sports physiotherapy, functional therapy. , as well as clinical skills. Meanwhile, ethics and health laws, service management, epidemiology, ergonomics and hyper health as well as health psychology are provided in an integrated manner. Furthermore, the academic program is continued with various community-based activities in the form of Real Work Lectures (KKN). In the fourth phase, namely semester VIII, it is focused on the preparation of scientific papers (thesis), thesis seminars which are the end of the academic phase and maturation of technology in the form of courses that oriented to preclinics with the aim of bridging clinical skills and professional abilities. After completing these phases, the graduate earns a bachelor’s degree in physiotherapy (S.Ft.).

After obtaining a bachelor’s degree in Physiotherapy, they will prepare themselves to continue to the Physiotherapy Professional Education Study Program as the main requirement to practice physiotherapy independently and professionally.

Vision of the Undergraduate Physiotherapy Study Program

“To produce physiotherapy scholars who have MARITIME character and have the advantage in applying the latest modification of Physiotherapy Science and Technology in 2022”.

Mission of the Physiotherapy Study Program

  1. Organizing professional, transparent, accountable, and responsive management of the Undergraduate Physiotherapy Study Program.
  2. Organizing science, technology and research-based physiotherapy education and research with national and international standards.
  3. Implementing and disseminating Physiotherapy science and technology for the realization of a healthy and just society from the aspect of movement and function.
Program Name Bachelor of Physiotherapy (S.Ft)
Institute Universitas Hasanuddin
Address Perintis Kemerdekaan Street Km. 10 Tamalanrea Makassar, Indonesia 90245
Email and Website prodifisioterapiunhas@gmail.com

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Details of accreditation by professional or legal bodies Accreditation rating = ‘B’ by LAM-PTKES in 2018 withDecree of LAM-PTKes No.0133 / LAM-PTKES / Akr / Sar / II / 2018 for the Undergraduate Physiotherapy Study Program
Title Name Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy  (S.Ft)
Objectives Program Learning Outcomes

Graduates will be able to:

  1. Able to provide physiotherapy services independently and professionally by conducting assessment, diagnosis of physiotherapy, and physiotherapy interventions to patients / clients / the wider community.
  2. Able to transform knowledge about basic concepts, principles, and theories related to the field of Physiotherapy from cognitive, affective, and psychomotor aspects.
  3. Able to conduct research and use it in developing the field of Physiotherapy.
  4. Able to lead, manage, make decisions, and solve problems in an agency / organization / community related to the health sector

The learning outcomes of graduates consist of:

A. Attitude

  1. Be fearful of God Almighty and be able to show a religious attitude in academic activities (CP1)
  2. Be empathetic and cooperative and maintain client / patient confidentiality related to Physiotherapy services. (CP2)

B. General Skills

  1. Able to study and apply scientific thinking (logical, critical, systematic, and innovative), independently or collectively in developing science and technology FT with attention to humanities values. (CP3)
  2. Able to study and develop the concept of interprofessional education in IPTEK FT. (CP4)

C. Mastery of Science

  1. Mastering general basic scientific theory concepts related to FT (Biologic basic Science, Psychologic Science, Movement Science, Profesionalism and Ethics, Care of Practice of PT and Humanities) (CP5)
  2. Mastering the basic scientific theory concepts of FT expertise (Biomechanics-Ergonomics, Biomedics, Biophysics, Applied Pathology and Research Methodology) (CP6)
  3. Mastering the theoretical concepts of science and technology expertise FT (CP7)

D. Special Skills

  1. Able to implement physiotherapy modalities by utilizing the results of the Laboratory-Radiology, applied pathology & wellness, related to movement & function in FT (CP8)
  2. Able to carry out the FT process systematically and adequately, based on the theoretical concepts of general basic science, basic expertise and expertise independently. (CP9)
  3. Able to compile and develop a modification concept of FT technique method based on FT evaluation result (CP10)
Registration Requirements There are three options for admission to this program: National Selection to Enter State Universities (SNMPTN), Joint Admission Selection with State Universities (SBMPTN), and Local Entrance Selection (JNS)The general entry requirement for these three types of admission is that applicants have successfully completed their secondary education as evidenced by a graduation certificate from Senior High School. Specific entry requirements for each registration option:

1. National Selection to Enter State Universities (SNMPTN)

  • SNMPTN is carried out based on tracking academic achievement using reports from the first to fifth semesters for 3 years of high school and academic portfolios.
  • Schools whose students apply for SNMPTN must have a National School Identification Number (NPSN) and student academic achievement registered with the School and Student Database (PDSS) / School and Student Database.
  • Applicants have a National Student Identity Number, have excellent academic performance, and are documented in the School and Student Database (PDSS) / School and Student Database.

2. Joint Admission Selection for State Universities (SBMPTN)

  • Students graduated from Senior High School who have graduated for a maximum of three years and already have a graduation certificate.
  • High school students who have just graduated and have not obtained a diploma, are allowed to use a Pass Certificate (SKL) containing the student’s identity, recent photo of the graduate, and the original stamp of the original school.

3.University level entry pathways (three types)

a. Non-Subsidized Path

  • Registered as a SBMPTN participant in the current year.
  • Those who have passed the SBMPTN in that year are not allowed to register.
  • Must be registered in one of the Hasanuddin University study programs through the SBMPTN in that year.

b. Achievement Tracks in Sports, Arts and Sciences

  • Must have achievement at a tournament / national level in sports, arts, and / or science.

c. Collaborative pathways for curriculum transfer

  • Has completed a 3-year Diploma program in physiotherapy
  • Works as a physiotherapist
  • Get a scholarship from the government or their workplace institution that has a cooperation agreement with Hasanuddin University.
Annual Student Admission 60 students per year
Program Structure and Content The Physiotherapy Undergraduate Program (S.Ft) is completed in 8 (eight) semesters over 4 (four) years consisting of 45 courses with a total of 147 credits. After passing the academic stage of Bachelor of Physiotherapy (S.Ft), students must continue to the Physiotherapy professional stage (3 semesters) to become a Physio (Ftr) as the main requirement to practice physiotherapy independently and professionally.
Type Full time
The program start date in the academic year and the first time the program is offered Start date in academic year: August Third Week of the year.This program was opened in 2008
Drop-Out Rules The drop-out rule is based on a Decree by the Rector of Hasanuddin University (number 1870 / H04 / 2009).Students are declared drop-out if:

  • Resign yourself.
  • Academic reasons: Students who at the end of the fourth semester do not achieve GPA = 2.00 counted from at least 48 credits that have been achieved,
  • Have not completed studies at the end of the 14th semester.
  • Violation of ethics and legal rules based on the Academic Senate of Hasanuddin University (Number 46919 / UN.2 / IT.03 / 2016) concerning Student Ethical Violations.
Special Requirements Students do not suffer from color blindness and / or disabilities identified during the medical examination at the re-registration stage.
  • Clinicians
  • Health Educator
  • Researcher
  • Manager
Employment Opportunity 95.7% of alumni are working with their expertise with an average waiting period of 3 months.
Teaching and Learning Facilities
  1. Classroom facilities
  2. Physiotherapy Skill Laboratory Facility
  3. Provision of IT / free internet access and computer facilities
  4. Libraries, electronic libraries (http://digilib.unhas.ac.id.), And electronic journals (http://journal.unhas.ac.id) and reading rooms
  5. E-learning facilities (Learning Management System)
  6. University sports center (GOR Unhas)
  7. Student Activity Unit
  8. Hasanuddin University Teaching Hospital & Mitra Hospital
  9. Mitra Puskesmas
  10. Partner Clinic
Academic Staff (Faculty Members) In total, there are 21 academic staff who are alumni of foreign universities and top domestic PTN graduates
The date on which the program specifications are revised April 2021