Program Spesification

Program title Chemistry Study Program (CSP)
Awarding body/institution Hasanuddin University
Postal Address Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Hasanuddin University, Kampus Unhas Tamalanrea, Makassar 90245
Accreditation agency National Accreditation Agency for Higher Education (BAN-PT), Accredited A
Tittle awarded Bachelor Science in Chemistry (S.Si)
Expected Learning Outcomes 1. Demonstrate adequate knowledge and understanding of professional ethics, societal responsibilities, environmental impact and sustainability
2. Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of essential facts, concepts, principles, and theories relating to chemistry subject
3. Demonstrate a systematic understanding of fundamental physicobiochemical principles to solve theoretical and practical problem related to chemistry areas
4. Demonstrate an understanding of the qualitative and quantitative aspects of chemical measurement
5. Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of issues within chemistry that overlap with other related subjects especially related to marine resources
6. Having adequate skills in scientific writing and report, data presentation, and referencing literature using ICT (Information and Communication Technology)
7. Having communication skills, covering both written and oral communication with a variety of audiences
8. Demonstrate critical and analytical thinking skills to solve a particular range of problems associated with chemistry areas
9. Demonstrate safety skills in handling chemical materials by taking into account their physical and chemical properties including any specific hazards associated with their use and the ability to conduct risk assessments
10. Demonstrate laboratory skills to perform identification, separation, characterization, analysis, and synthesis of chemical materials in relation to either inorganic, organic, and biochemical systems
11. Demonstrate practical skills in the operation of standard chemical instrumentation
Admission requirements for the program Graduated from high schools or equivalent Pass the university entrance test (SNM-PTN, SBM-PTN, or Local Admission Test) (
Annual Student Intake 70 students per year (2 classes in parallel)
Teaching, learning, and assessment strategies Teaching Strategies: Mostly using Student Centered Learning (SCL) with emphasizing on stimulating students to be an active learner, critical thinker, and problem solver. Practical skills are exposed during laboratory exercises and a final project.
Assessment Strategies: Focus on the achievement of ELOs using variety assessment methods such as essay question exam, assignment, project-based assignment, case study, and experiment.
Credit hours Minimum credit hours of 144 and maximum credit hours of 148
Study mode Full Time
Study mode 4 years (8 semesters) and maximum 7 years
Additional course rules 10 credit hours of elective courses from 20 credit hours provided
Drop out rule A minimum of 48 credits points must be passed after four semesters and must not exceed 7 years of study period
Program Structure and Content At the 1st year, students will learn about fundamental of knowledge in sciences, math, and social sciences to equip students with adequate knowledge for further cognitive and social development
At the 2nd year, students will learn about chemistry related subjects (organic, inorganic, biochemistry, analytical and physical chemistry) to provide strong chemistry foundations in entering more advanced chemistry subjects
At the 3rd year, students will learn more advanced chemistry courses to equip students with theoretical and practical problem solving skills related to chemistry areas
At the 4th year, students will learn about other chemistry-related subjects and demonstrate their ability in problem-solving skills through final project
Special requirement Student must not have color blind and physical handicap
Subject Benchmark 1. Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC)
2. American Chemical Society (ACS)
Graduate Profiles 1. Junior Professional Chemist, 3. Quality Controller
2. Junior Researcher, 4. Educator/Trainer
Job Opportunites 1. Chemical Industries
2. Government Agencies
3. Research and Development Institutions
4. Education and Training Institutions
Campus facilities Multimedia Classrooms, Chemical Laboratories (Basic Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, Biochemistry, Analytical Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, Radiation Chemistry), and Computer Laboratory
Central library, WiFi to access internet within campus, student sport and art facilities, student housing/dormitory, student shop, and canteen.
Academic Staff Total academic staff 24 persons consisting of 5 professors,11 Ph.D and 8 masters
Date on which the program specification was revised August 10th 2017

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