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Barchelor Education Program Curriculum

Curriculum development is carried out according to the types and levels of tertiary institutions owned by the Agro-industrial Technology Education Study Program, an undergraduate education program (S1) with a study period of 4 years (8 semesters). This level education program emphasizes the mastery of academic knowledge that underlies professional work in the field. Graduates of the Agro-Industrial Technology Education Study Program are expected to have a graduate profile with specific graduate competencies.

Learning Process

  1. Academic implementation in the Agricultural Industry Technology Education study program refers to the procedures and guidelines for implementing UPI education by implementing a semester credit system. Each semester consists of 16 meetings, including midterm exams (UTS) and final semester exams (UAS).
  2. Each subject’s learning is adjusted to each topic’s characteristics, where there are theoretical and practical courses.
  3. A lecturer teaches each subject, and some are carried out by a team of lecturers.
  4. Learning is carried out in theoretical lectures in class, surveys and observations to educational and non-educational institutions, practicum in laboratories, Industrial Practice, PPLSP, and Real Work Lecture (KKN).
  5. Students gain learning experiences through various learning models such as Problem Based Learning, Production Based Training, Project Based Learning, Discovery Learning, and other interactive learning models equipped with innovative learning media through information technology.
  6. Learning in the Agro-industrial Technology Education Study Program is also carried out with blended learning. Several courses combine classroom learning and online learning through SPOT (integrated online learning system) on the link www.spot.upi.edu and other online learning portals.
  7. According to the courses ‘ credit weight, students’ assignments include structured projects and independent tasks with workloads. These assignments can be in the form of articles, papers, lesson plans, practicum reports, discussion reports and field observation reports, or project assignments.

Assessment

  1. Student graduation in courses is determined based on comprehensive student learning outcomes, namely from lecture activities in attending lectures, doing assignments, presentations and participation in discussions, Mid-Semester Exams (UTS), Final Semester Examinations (UAS), and lecture attendance.
  2. Determination of learning completeness using rules of the benchmark reference approach (PAP), norm reference approach (PAN), or a combination of both, which is adjusted to the characteristics of the learning outcomes being evaluated.
  3. According to the UPI academic implementation guidelines, the final grade of a course is stated by the weight of A, A-, B +, B, B-, C +, C, D, and E. For specific subjects considered to determine graduates’ professional competence, the minimum passing grade is B, such as Industrial Practice courses, Agro-industrial Research and PPLSP.
  4. In completing the study, students must write a thesis; unless students obtain a GPA <2.25, they can take the non-thesis pathway by taking several substitute thesis courses with a weight of 6 credits. This rule refers to the UPI academic implementation guidelines.
  5. Determination of qualitative requirements from student learning outcomes of the Agro-industrial Technology Education study program at the end of education refers to the UPI provisions regarding the calculation of GPA and determination of judicial GPA (Cum Laude = 3.51 – 4.00; Very satisfying = 3, 01 – 3, 50; Satisfactory = 2.00 – 3.00).

Curriculum Structure

The overall study load for the Agro-industrial Technology Education Study Program undergraduate program is 145 credits. The curriculum structure of the undergraduate education program is structured as follows:

Course TypeCreditsDetails
Compulsory Courses14General Courses (MKU)
 8Pedagogical Courses (MKDK)
 15Study Program Expertise Courses (MKPBS)
 4Educational Practice in Vocational School Course (MKPLSP)
 4Faculty Expertise Courses (MKKF)
 82Agro-industrial Expertise Courses (MKKIPS)
Elective Courses18Agro-Industrial Elective Courses (MKKPPS)
Total Credits145 

In more detail, the curriculum structure of the undergraduate education program for the agro-industrial technology education program can be readed below:

1st Semester

Course CodeCourse NameCreditsSemester
KU100ISLAMIC EDUCATION*21
KU101PROTESTANT CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS EDUCATION*21
KU102CATHOLIC CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS EDUCATION*21
KU103HINDU RELIGIOUS EDUCATION*21
KU104BUDDHA RELIGIOUS EDUCATION*21
KU109KHONGHUCU RELIGIOUS EDUCATION*21
KU110PANCASILA EDUCATION21
DK301EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY AND COUNSELING21
TK301BASIC MATHEMATIC21
TG111BASIC BIOLOGY31
TG112BASIC PHYSICS21
TG113BASIC CHEMISTRY31
TG211KNOWLEDGE OF AGROINDUSTRY MATERIALS31

Note: chosen one in the semester (marked with *)

2nd Semester

Course CodeCourse NameCreditsSemester
KU105CIVIC EDUCATION22
KU106INDONESIA LANGUAGE EDUCATION22
KU108PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND SPORTS*22
KU119ARTS EDUCATION*22
DK300EDUCATION FOUNDATION22
TG110ENGLISH AGROINDUSTRY22
TG221ORGANIC CHEMISTRY32
TG231STATISTICS22
TG410FOOD PROCESSING TECHNOLOGY32
TG412FOOD MICROBIOLOGY32

Note: chosen one in the semester (marked with *)

3rd Semester

Course CodeCourse NameCreditsSemester
TG500AGROINDUSTRY TECHNOLOGY LEARNING STRATEGY33
TG312UNIT OPERATION 133
TG332FOOD SAFETY23
TG333AGROINDUSTRY QUALITY CONTROL3 
TG341WASTE TREATMENT TECHNOLOGY33
TG413FOOD CHEMISTRY33
TG414PACKAGING, STORAGE AND WAREHOUSE TECHNOLOGY23
TG440EXPERIMENT DESIGN23

4th Semester

Course CodeCourse NameCreditsSemester
DK303CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION24
DK304EDUCATION MANAGEMENT24
TG501ICT LITERACY AND AGRO-INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY LEARNING MEDIA34
TG313UNIT OPERATION 234
TG321FOOD BIOCHEMISTRY24
TG420FOOD ANALYSIS34
TG421FOOD SENSORY ASSESSMENT34
TG432AGRIBUSINESS MANAGEMENT24

5th Semester

Course CodeCourse NameCreditsSemester
KU300ISLAMIC RELIGIOUS EDUCATION SEMINAR*25
KU301PROTESTANT CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS EDUCATION SEMINAR*25
KU302CHRISTIAN CATHOLIC RELIGIOUS EDUCATION SEMINAR*25
KU303HINDU RELIGIOUS EDUCATION SEMINAR*25
KU304SEMINAR OF BUDDHA RELIGIOUS EDUCATION*25
KU309KHONGHUCU RELIGIOUS EDUCATION SEMINAR*25
TG502EVALUATION OF AGROINDUSTRY TECHNOLOGY LEARNING35
TG310AGROINDUSTRY ECONOMY35
TG311OPERATIONAL RESEARCH35
TG322NUTRITION AND FOOD25
TG521CEREALS & TUBER PROCESSING TECHNOLOGY**35
TG522STARCH TECHNOLOGY**35
TG525PROCESSING TECHNOLOGY OF VEGETABLES AND FRUITS**35
TG526OIL AND FAT PROCESSING TECHNOLOGY**35

Note :

  • chosen 1 course (marked with *)
  • chosen at least 3 courses from 4 courses available (marked with **)

6th Semester

Course CodeCourse NameCreditsSemester
KU400COMMUNITY SERVICE PROGRAM26
TK302TECHNOLOGY AND VOCATIONAL STUDY26
TG503AGROINDUSTRY TECHNOLOGY LEARNING PLANNING36
TG342OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH & ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY26
TG434PRODUCTION PLANNING AND CONTROL36
TG523EGG AND MILK PROCESSING TECHNOLOGY**36
TG524FISH AND MEAT PROCESSING TECHNOLOGY**36
TG527SPICES AND HERBALS PROCESSING TECHNOLOGY**36
TG528SUGAR TECHNOLOGY AND FRESH INGREDIENTS**36

Note : chosen at least 3 courses from 4 courses available (marked with **)

7th Semester

Course CodeCourse NameCreditsSemester
TG504AGROINDUSTRY TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION RESEARCH METHODS37
TG433ENTREPRENEURSHIP27
TG580INDUSTRIAL PRACTICES37
TG582AGROINDUSTRY RESEARCH37

8th Semester

Course CodeCourse NameCreditsSemester
TG598BACHELOR THESIS68
TG599BACHELOR THESIS EXAMINATION08
TG590EDUCATIONAL PRACTICE IN VOCATIONAL SCHOOL48
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