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STUDY PROGRAM

Agricultural and Biosystem Engineering

STUDY PROGRAM

Agricultural and Biosystem Engineering

We designing the process of adding value to food

The Department of Agricultural and Biosystem Engineering (TMB) is one of four departments in the Faculty of Agricultural Technology (FATETA) IPB. Historically, since 1960 the Agricultural Mechanization Division is a part of the Department of Agronomy, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Indonesia.
When the Bogor Agricultural Institute (IPB) was established in 1963, the government also realized the importance of higher education in the fields of technology and agricultural mechanization. In the same year the Department of Higher Education and Science (PTIP) asked IPB to collect all existing facilities at IPB to be able to establish a faculty in this field. Finally, on October 3, 1964, the Faculty of Technology and Agricultural Mechanization, abbreviated as FATEMETA, was established with two majors of study, namely the Department of Agricultural Product Technology and the Department of Agricultural Mechanization.

TMB programs goal as follow:

  1. Produce graduates in civil and environmental engineering who are competent and have strong competitiveness in the global job market.
  2. Develop innovative, basic, applied, and strategic researches to support the teaching and learning process as well as the development of science and technology in line with the needs and challenges in society.
  3. Implementing discoveries in the field of civil and environmental engineering in addressing community problems and to enrich the educational process.
  • Mastering basic knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering and processes as well as K3 (occupational health and safety) for civil and environmental engineering.
  • Able to identify and formulate structural and infrastructure problems, water resources, and environmental pollution and sanitation.
  • Mastering knowledge of construction engineering for the field of civil and environmental engineering.
  • Able to design, implement and operate and maintain environmentally sound civil engineering buildings.
  • Able to use the latest techniques, skills and tools to solve problems in the field of civil and environmental engineering.
  • Able to analyze and interpret data and information and make the right decisions to solve problems in the field of civil and environmental engineering.
  • Able to adapt to changes and developments in science and technology in the fields of civil and environmental engineering.
  • Able to be a leader and able to work independently or in groups.
  • Able to communicate effectively and network.
    Using the principle of professionalism while working.
  • Have religious, social, cultural and environmental responsibilities.

The profiles of graduates of the Civil and Environmental Engineering Study Program of IPB are as follows:

  • Have the ability in the field of engineering for identification, design, implementation/development and maintenance of structures and infrastructure, water resources, pollution and environmental sanitation, as well as having a strong basis for further education
  • Have a strong ability and foundation in using the latest technology tools in interpreting data and information to work in various fields of the civil and environmental engineering profession.
  • Have managerial skills, communicate and collaborate in groups to improve competence in the fields of structural engineering, infrastructure, water resources, environment, and geomatics according to applicable standards by upholding professional ethics.

We implementing discoveries in the field of civil and environmental engineering

The Department of Agricultural and Biosystem Engineering (TMB) is one of four departments in the Faculty of Agricultural Technology (FATETA) IPB. Historically, since 1960 the Agricultural Mechanization Division is a part of the Department of Agronomy, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Indonesia.

When the Bogor Agricultural Institute (IPB) was established in 1963, the government also realized the importance of higher education in the fields of technology and agricultural mechanization. In the same year the Department of Higher Education and Science (PTIP) asked IPB to collect all existing facilities at IPB to be able to establish a faculty in this field. Finally, on October 3, 1964, the Faculty of Technology and Agricultural Mechanization, abbreviated as FATEMETA, was established with two majors of study, namely the Department of Agricultural Product Technology and the Department of Agricultural Mechanization.

TMB programs goal as follow:

  1. Produce graduates in civil and environmental engineering who are competent and have strong competitiveness in the global job market.
  2. Develop innovative, basic, applied, and strategic researches to support the teaching and learning process as well as the development of science and technology in line with the needs and challenges in society.
  3. Implementing discoveries in the field of civil and environmental engineering in addressing community problems and to enrich the educational process.
  1. Theories in the field of agricultural and biosystem engineering, to improve material, energy, or cost efficiency, at least in one aspect: agricultural production processes and biosystems, agricultural machinery, post-harvest handling, agricultural product processing, or renewable energy.
  2. Theoretical concepts, in-depth design and testing methods for: processes, systems, or equipment in agricultural and biosystem engineering fields.
  3. Technology application methods, at least in one of the fields: agricultural production processes and biosystems, agricultural machinery, post-harvest handling, agricultural product processing, or renewable energy.
  4. Theories for managing projects, programs and activities in the field of agricultural engineering and biosystems

The profiles of graduates of the Master’s Program in Agricultural and Biosystem Engineering of IPB are as follows:

  • Identify, evaluate and formulate problems in the field of agricultural engineering and biosystems by means of scientific approaches and methods;
  • Solving problems in the scope of natural resource management and agricultural production processes and biosystems through design, testing and evaluation, with an inter or multidisciplinary approach;
  • Manage research and produce innovative and tested work in developing skills comprehensively in accordance with scientific ethics and norms of community life;
  • Manage projects, programs and activities in the field of agricultural engineering and biosystems.

We implementing discoveries in the field of civil and environmental engineering

The Department of Agricultural and Biosystem Engineering (TMB) is one of four departments in the Faculty of Agricultural Technology (FATETA) IPB. Historically, since 1960 the Agricultural Mechanization Division is a part of the Department of Agronomy, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Indonesia.

When the Bogor Agricultural Institute (IPB) was established in 1963, the government also realized the importance of higher education in the fields of technology and agricultural mechanization. In the same year the Department of Higher Education and Science (PTIP) asked IPB to collect all existing facilities at IPB to be able to establish a faculty in this field. Finally, on October 3, 1964, the Faculty of Technology and Agricultural Mechanization, abbreviated as FATEMETA, was established with two majors of study, namely the Department of Agricultural Product Technology and the Department of Agricultural Mechanization.

TMB programs goal as follow:

  1. Produce graduates in civil and environmental engineering who are competent and have strong competitiveness in the global job market.
  2. Develop innovative, basic, applied, and strategic researches to support the teaching and learning process as well as the development of science and technology in line with the needs and challenges in society.
  3. Implementing discoveries in the field of civil and environmental engineering in addressing community problems and to enrich the educational process.
  1. Theories in the field of agricultural and biosystem engineering, to improve material, energy, or cost efficiency, at least in one aspect: agricultural production processes and biosystems, agricultural machinery, post-harvest handling, agricultural product processing, or renewable energy.
  2. Theoretical concepts, in-depth design and testing methods for: processes, systems, or equipment in agricultural and biosystem engineering fields.
  3. Technology application methods, at least in one of the fields: agricultural production processes and biosystems, agricultural machinery, post-harvest handling, agricultural product processing, or renewable energy.
  4. Theories for managing projects, programs and activities in the field of agricultural engineering and biosystems

The profiles of graduates of the Master’s Program in Agricultural and Biosystem Engineering of IPB are as follows:

  • Identify, evaluate and formulate problems in the field of agricultural engineering and biosystems by means of scientific approaches and methods;
  • Solving problems in the scope of natural resource management and agricultural production processes and biosystems through design, testing and evaluation, with an inter or multidisciplinary approach;
  • Manage research and produce innovative and tested work in developing skills comprehensively in accordance with scientific ethics and norms of community life;
  • Manage projects, programs and activities in the field of agricultural engineering and biosystems.

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