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Undergraduate Biology

Curriculum


Expected Learning Outcome

Student will be able to

  • take  the  right  decisions  based  on  analysis  of  information  and  data,  and  able  to  provide 
    guidance in selecting various alternative solutions independently and groups in the field of 
    biodiversity, environment, and biotechnology
  • master the theoretical concepts in biology in general and theoretical concepts in the field of 
    biodiversity, environment and biotechnology in depth, and be able to formulate a procedural 
    problem solving
  • apply biological science and technology in solving problems  in the field of biodiversity, 
    environment, biotechnology, and be able to adapt to the situation at hand
  • responsible for their own work in the field of biology and take responsibility for achieving 
    organizational goals
  • perform  self-evaluation,  manage  their  own  learning,  and  communicate  effectively 
    information and ideas in various forms of media as appropriate

 

Curriculum of Undergraduate Program

University Basic Courses (Compulsory Courses)

Religion
Basic Biology
General Economics
Bahasa Indonesia
Introduction to Agricultural Science
Basic Chemistry
Fundamental of Mathematics
Introduction to Entrepreneurship
Physics
English
Pendidikan Pancasila dan Kewarganegaraan
Sports and Arts
General Sociology

Interdepartment Courses (Compulsory Courses)

Organic Chemistry
General Biochemistry
Statistical Methods
Introduction to Management
Basic Communication
Introduction to Bioinformatics

Major Biology Courses (Compulsory Courses)

Plant Anatomy
Cell Biology
Fungal biodiversity
Algae and bryophyte
Principles of Genetics
Invertebrate
Animal Structure and Development
Animal Structure and Development Laboratory
Basic Microbiology
Fundamental of Ecology
Vascular Plant Systematics
Introduction to Plant Physiology
Vertebrate
Introduction to Scientific Writing
Environmental of Biology
Microbial Physiology
Plant Growth and Development
Introduction to Molecular Genetics
Comparative Animal Physiology
Field Works
Biological and Environmental Instrumentation
Microtechnique
Cell and Tissue Culture Techniques
Technique for Modern Biology
Introduction to Biotechnology
Colloqium
Evolution
Internships
Seminar
Undergraduate Theses

Supporting Courses

Microbiology and Mycology

Biology of Symbiotic Fungi
Microbial Ecology
Microbial Productivity and Control
Mushroom Biology and Cultivation
Immunology

Animal Bioscience

Histology
Ethology
Animal Molecular Analysis
Human Biology
Introduction to Animal Ecology

Plant Biology

Economic Botany
Plant Reproduction and Genetics
Plant Adaptation for Environmental Stress
Plant Nutrition
Introduction to Biological Data Analysis and Computation

Reference Books

  1. Griffin DH  1994. Fungal Physiology. New York (US):Willey-Liss.

  2. Lengeler JW, Drews G, Schlegel HG.1999. Biology of the Prokaryotes. Thieme

  3. Moat AG, Foster JW. 2002. Microbial Physiology. 3rd edition. New York (US):  Wiley-Liss.

  4. Moore-Landecker.1996. Fundamental of the Fungi. 4 th edition. New Jersey  (US): Prentice Hall.

  5. White D. 2007. The Physiology and Biochemistry of Prokaryotes. New York (US): Oxford University Pr.

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