Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Science

Diponegoro University

Semarang, Indonesia






dekanOn October 31st, 2011, I have been appointed Dean of the Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Science of the Diponegoro University. In the following, I would like to introduce Depart-ments within the Faculty, as well as to outline thoughts I have been doing on the tasks that should be overcome through the coming 2 years of my office. Along with the Decanate, I plan to further improve the level of education and research to achieve University’s vision, Diponegoro as a World Class University.

In the field of education, accumulating knowledge will solely inappropriate, as we have to work on and with it for the benefit of the society. Therefore present situation and tasks of every Department will be thoroughly analysed, and afterward we plan for steady functional enhancement. Excellent fields of study will be further expanded, whilst weak points will be strengthened.

In the area of research, we will be pro-active in promoting advance and interdisciplinary research projects, while at the same time expanding fundamental research activities. Fundamental research may not immediately be useful, but in a broad sense will contribute to the enrichment of society. Through the coexistence between fundamental and applied researchs, new fields of research and studies will be discovered.

Based on the academia-government-industry-community cooperation, we will fulfill our leading role to devote our strength and resources for the reconstruction and regeneration in the field of fisheries, maritime affairs and marine science as needed by the community.

We look forward to welcoming you as you join the 3215 students who study at the FFMS UNDIP. Through your understanding of our mission and activities, and with the cooperation of various institutions and people, I have every great hope to be able to continue my efforts to pursue all these goals to achieve our vision.


Prof. Dr. Ir. Muhammad Zainuri, DEA




FFMS (Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Science) of the Diponegoro University offers 8, 4, and 6 semesters for undergraduate, master, and doctorate degree subsequently. All departments were established based on the Instruction of the Directorate General of Higher Education, Ministry of Education and Culture The Republic of Indonesia; the degrees thus are recognised by all universities in Indonesia. To pursue a further study, undergraduate is equal to a BSc in the international system.



For undergraduates, the first until the seventh semester of the programme consists of taught modules combined with related practical works and six-month research period for final project. Each module is taught over a sixteen-week period - structured around a central theme and has a certain number of credits. For postgraduates, first year of the programme consists taught module, followed by 12-24 month research period resulting in a master thesis or doctoral dissertation. Undergraduate programme consists of 144 credits in total, wheareas for master and doctorate degrees comprise of at least 72 credits each.

Academic facilities are designed to encourage students to reach their best achievement. There are representative classrooms, seminar rooms, in-campus laboratories and on-line access. In the city of Jepara, some 100km from Semarang, pier and embankment for 300GT training ship, dinghy and rubber boat, diving facilities, hatchery, and a close-to-the-coast student dormitory were accommodated in two integrated laboratories, Marine Station Teluk Awur and the Laboratory of Coastal Region Ecodevelopment ‘Prof. Dr. Gatot Rahardjo Joenoes’.



The learning objective of all departments within the FFMS is to provide graduates with both disciplinary qualifications related to their specialisation and general academic qualifications. After successful completion of the programmes, graduates would possess these following skills:

- Knowledge and understanding

·     Knowledge of current disciplinary theory and the contemporary developments in the field of study within the context of fisheries science, marine biological science, as well as oceanography, and the ability to integrate these within the appropriate discipline;

·     The capability to appreciate broader scientific engineering, socio-economic framework, and to accomodate relevant disciplines and sub-disciplines related to the own discipline.


- Applying knowledge and understanding

·       The ability to select and apply suitable techniques and methods for analysing, assessing, planning, managing, conserving; and where appropriate - designing, operating and maintaining fisheries and aquatic resources either marine or freshwater;

·       The ability to collect, analyse and construct required information as well as to recognise relations among those information.


Within this near future, six other Study Programmes will be established, i.e., undergraduate programme in Marine Information System and Remote Sensing, four master degrees in Fisheries Post-Harvest Technology, Oceanography, Aquaculture, Agribusiness in Fisheries and Maritime Issues, and one doctoral programme in Marine Science.

At present, FFMS curriculum offers a choice of six undergraduate programmes: Aquatic Resources Management, Marine Science, Oceanography, Fisheries Resources Utilisation, Fisheries Post-Harvest Technology, and Aquaculture; besides, three postgraduate programmes, i.e., Master and Doctorate degrees in the field of Coastal Resources Management and Master degree in Marine Science. Annually, each undergraduate department admit 80–120 students, each postgraduate programmes take some 25 magister students and 10 doctoral candidates.




1.       National Selection for High Education Enrollment, SNMPTN

·       Only for students registered in National Data Base for High School

·       Conducted nationally in a certain period

·       Free of charge

·       Selection based on marks earned during semester I - V and other academic achievements

·       Total number accepted: 50% of total capacity

2.       National Test Selection for High Education Enrollment, SBPTN

·       Test conducted nationally in 1-3 days

·       Candidates charged a certain fee

·       Selection based on result of the written test

·       Total number accepted: 30% of total capacity

3.       University Selection

·         Conducted by university

·         Candidates charged a certain fee

·         Selection based on result of the written test

·         Maximum number accepted: 20% of total capacity


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(SK Dirjen DIKTI no. 473/DIKTI/Kep/1995)




Among others, this oldest undergraduate department in the FFMS has been twice awarded A-grade national accreditation (2004–2009), followed by another A-grade for the next 5 years (2011-2016). Vision of the depart-ment by 2020 is to become a flagship department in developing human resources in the field of science and technology in sustaining aqua-tic resources, especially in the coastal areas, through  the implementation of management principles, i.e., exploration, exploitation, conservation, rehabilitation and diversification, as well as assessing economic values of natural and fisheries resources.Supported by three laboratories, i.e., Aquatic Sciences, Hydro-biology and Fisheries Resources Management, students should be able to perform the basic and intermediate level of environmental quality and aquatic resources analyses; also capable to calculate and analyse economic value of fisheries and aquatic resources. The Department of Aquatic Resource Management/ARM therefore aiming to produce highly competitive fisheries scientists able to commu-nicate ideas, have leadership abilities, and capable to maintain a good professional attitude. At present the department guided by 5 professors, 18 PhDs and 6 Masters.

Graduates mostly work at government and The Ministry of Maritime and Fisheries Affairs, The Ministry of Education and Culture, The Ministry of Forestry,The Ministry of Agriculture, Regional Government, other Educational Institution,Banking Institutions, Research agencies, Expert and Consultant in Environmental issues, industries, NGO and private sectors.




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(SK Dirjen DIKTI no. 220/DIKTI/Kep/1996)




This national B-grade depart-ment in Marine Science builds on the recognition that coastal and the sea plays an important role in the natural and human environment. In accordance to the goal of National Develop-ment and demand of the global market, the department aimed at creating scholars able to apply appropriate science and technology in managing coastal and marine areas, through conservation and continuous efforts in applyingbiotechnology for sustainable development of maritime industry.

The department applying a 2012-competence-based curriculum by means of SCL (Student Centered Learning)method to produce graduates in: (1) Utilisation and Conservation of Marine Bio-resources, (2) Biodiversity of the tropical coastal and marine region, (3) Marine Biotechnology and (4) Planning and Development of Coastal/Sea Region. In order to achieve it, the department is equipped with laboratories in the field of Marine Biology, Microbiotechnology, Oceanography,


Computation and GIS as well as Marine Station in Teluk Awur, Jepara. Currently, the depart-ment conducted by 41 educa-tional staffs, comprised of 28 Masters, 13 Doctors, including three Professors.

The graduates are widespread throughout Indonesia; mostly working as researcher at the research vessel, underwater and bio-pharmaceutical projects, government officers, marine spatial planners; marine educators, GIS practitioners, maritime information systems, search and rescue (SAR), offshore mining, ecotourism, NGO, consultant and other private sectors.Detailed information could be assessed from this website:




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(SK Dirjen DIKTI no. 2282/D/T/2001)




In offering topics to study the physical and chemical pheno-mena of the sea and the coast, in particular coastal morpho-logy, the overall aim of this national B-grade department is therefore to provide basic tech-nical background and practical skills to the graduates. The study covers physical, chemical and biological processes in oceanography, remote sensing, ocean mapping and modelling, marine geology, oceanic-based-renewable energy, coast-line management, coastal and oceanic zone management, early-warning disaster mitigation, and the design of tropical coastal structures; as such that after the programme they are able to solve various practical problems in the coastal areas.

Upon successful completion, the graduates would be able to:

·       Define and analyse coastal problems and conceive alternatives for its solution;

·       Apply the principle of physical, chemical and biological processes in oceanography for fisheries and environmental purposes,



Apply the latest feature or programme for planning, designing and managing coastal as well as open ocean,

·       Quantify and understand the interactions between coastal and ocean areas, port project and the environment;

·       Organise and co-operate in a multdisciplinary group to set-up and implement an integra-ted coastal zone management plan.

At present this youngest depart-ment guided by 1 professor, 4 PhDs and 22 Masters. Graduates mostly are welcomed at the Ministry of Transportation, meteorology and geophysics, marine issues and fisheries, education and culture, Ministry of Defence, off shore mining, oil drilling companies, conservation agencies, marine construction and engineering consultant.












(SK Dirjen DIKTI no. 475/DIKTI/Kep/1995)


This national B-grade department imparts knowledge, in-sight and skills needed to develop, implement and evaluate fisheries management


strategies in order to promote the wise use of fish resources in general. Employing 11 Master, 8 Doctor including 1 Professor. Further, the department have the benefit of several laboratories: Fishing Gear and Material, Fishing Boat, Statistics and Computation, besides the Laboratory of Coastal Region Eco-development in Jepara.

The overall aim of the programme is to provide basic science, technical background and practical skills to the graduates to be able to solve practical problems in the field of fishing utilities, cold chain, cold storage, coastal fishport management and to conduct environmentally friendly fishing activities. Upon successful completion, graduates would be able to:

·  Define and analyse coastal problems for fisheries and conceive alternatives for its solution;

·  Quantify and understand the interactions between coast characteristics, fish-port project, and the environment;

·  Apply the latest issues for planning, designing, and managing utilities for fish-port operation;

·  Apply suitable fishing gears and utilities to ensure environmentally friendly fishing activities

·  Assess direct economic values of fisheries resources in particular for the purpose of fishing operation management

·  Able to develop network for fish market, in particular establishing Fish Co-operation Unit to support fishermen in trading with industries,

·  Organise and co-operate in a multi-disciplinary group to set up and implement an integrated coastal zone management plan for fisheries

The graduates are mostly work for the Marine and Fisheries Depart-ment, bank institutions, fishing industries, NGO as well as other private sectors.




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(SK Dirjen DIKTI no. 474/DIKTI/Kep/1995)



The overall emphasis of the department is on science, engineering and technology of aquaculture; either in fresh-water, estuarine, or mari-culture. Examples of subjects offered by this twice awarded A-grade national accreditation department, are tropical water ecology, aquaculture environ-mental management, larva rearing technique, fish genetics and breeding, fish nutrition, fish parasite and disease, aquaculture biotechnology and aquaculture business. In order to support teaching and learning activities particularly to carry out practical work, fieldwork, work practise for students and also to carryout research for staff, the department have developed collaboration with related instititutions such as the Ministry of Maritime and Fisheries Affairs, Fish Breeding Centres, Centre of Brackish Water Development, Centre for Mariculture, Centre for Freshwater Aquaculture, Fish Quarantine, Quality Control and Safety of Fish Products, and many other laboratories.

At present the department have 8 Masters and 16 Doctors including 2 Professors. The students therefore, have the opportunities to work in professional aquaculture environ-ments that require academic skills.


Providing those competences, many graduates are accepted to work at government offices, hatcheries, and research institution for feed manu-facture, fishpond entrepre-neurs and industries. 





Head: Dr. Ir. Sri Redjeki, MSc







(SK Dirjen DIKTI no. 620/D/T/2002)


This programme focuses on quality control, food hazard analyses, and raw material trace-ability studies in order to equip its graduates to conduct quality assurance of fish products.  Having an A-grade accreditation, the graduates will also study efficient delivery strategy of caught fish, infrastructure for sustainable product of fisheries, domestic and industrial fish supply and environmental sanitation for fisheries products as the domain of this department. Number of staff in the department is 19 lecturers, i.e., 14 Masters and 4 doctors including 1 Professor.Seven semesters of blended learning methods, including lectures, laboratory and field works, case studies, group work and self-study, are complemented by six months of applied research in the field of fish processing technology. Taught materials included theory and practice in Nutrition, Microbiology, Biotechnology and Toxicology of Fisheries Products, Food Additive, Sanitation and Hygiene, Technology of Fisheries Products Refrigeration, Hazard Analytical Critical Control Point, Technology of Thermal Processing, Traditional Fisheries Processing Technologies, Fermentation Technology, Diversification and Development of Fisheries Product,


Utilization of Fisheries By Product, Packaging of Fisheries Product, Handling Quality of Fisheries Product, Management of Fisheries Products Industry, Layout and Planning  of Manufacture, and Entrepreneurship.

Our graduates are welcomed by The Ministry Office of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries, Research Institutions for Fisheries Products, Ministry of Education and Culture, as well as various private sectors e.g. cold storage, canned factories, consultant, fishpond entrepreneur, etc.




Head: Putut Har Riyadi

Secretary:  Apri Dwi Anggo





(SK Dirjen DIKTI no. 231/DIKTI/Kep/1999)




Having been established in 1999, in the year 2006, this magister programme has been awarded with the level of accreditation “A” (Excellent) under the Decree of National Accreditation Board for Higher Education no: 017/BAN-PT/AKIV/S2/ II/2006. This A-grade was renewed, in the year 2014 (no: 133/SK/BAN.PT/AK-SURV/M/U/2014. This study program accommodates 19 Professors supported by 20 Doctors.

Lectures is conducted in three laboratories, namely: Laboratory of Coastal Region Eco-development in the coast of Kartini and the Marine Station at Teluk Awur, both are located in Jepara (Central Java); besides Computation Laboratory and the Laboratory of Geographic Information System for Coastal Areas in Semarang.

The study programme is designed to raise educational level of practitioners, researcher, and the academicians based upon the concentration of the chosen subject: 1) Exploitation and Conservation of Coastal Resources Management, 2) Aquaculture Management, 3) Marine Ecotourism Management 4) Coastal Planning Management 5) Planning and Management of Marine Resources, 6) Marine Biotechnology..



The programme generating graduates capable of:

a.        Collecting, processing, analysing and interpreting biophysics data, social culture, law, institutional resources and the coastal region

b.       Developing the planning technique and integrated management resources of coastal region

c.        Applying and socializing the concept and the planning technique as well as the evaluation of the integrated management resources for coastal region.




1.       Holding certificate of S-1/Bachelor from any department related to various aspects of natural resources management of the coastal/seaward community

2.       Having GPA ≥ 3.25 out of 4 or equal and TOEFL ≥ 500

3.       Good health as stated by an official physican from Government Hospital

4.       Candidates who have a job must enclose a Letter of Recommendation to attend the study, issued by Person in Charge in their unit

5.       Candidates worked as lecturer at state/private universities, will be recommended to apply BPPS scholarship from Dikti (Directorate General for Higher Education, Ministry of Education and Culture, Republic of Indonesia).



Foreign Student: Darmasiswa RI Scholarship Programme is conducted in 2 schemes, i.e: 12 months and 6 months (




Head: Prof. Dr. Ir. Agus Hartoko, MSc.

Secretary: Dr. Ir. M.R. Muskananfola, MSc




(Double Degree with University of the Ryukyus, Japan and

Double Degree with France Universities)

 (SK Dirjen DIKTI no. 185/E/O/2011






FFMS is offering a Double Degree Master Programme in Marine Science established in cooperation with the Graduate School of Engineering and Science, University of the Ryukyus, Okinawa, Japan.  More over, Master of Marine Science is also offering a Double Degree Programme in cooperation with five (5) universities in France (Université de Bretagne Occidentale (UBO), Université de La Rochelle (ULR), Université de Bretagne Sud (UBS), Université de Nantes (U de N), dan Université du Maine (U de Maine)).

       The programme is supported by lecturers whom their academic qualifications meet the requirement of international academic institution. Among others, their qualification could be assessed by the high number of approved research proposals received by faculty members, both in country and from abroad, which in turn have been published in various international and nationally accredited journals.  Lectures delivered in several laboratories in Tembalang Campus, supported by labroratories in Jepara Campus.

Our vision is to produce graduates with good morality and ethics in marine related science and technologies. It is our goal to foster bright, young graduates with strong courage and good personality, capable of solving current national and even global-scale problems on the basis of research carried out at the Double Degree Master Programme in Marine Science, Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Science, Diponegoro University.




Double Degree Master Programme in Marine Science supported by Excellent Scholarship (Beasiswa Unggulan) provided by the Bureau of Planning and International Cooperation, Ministry of Education and Culture (BPKLN-KEMDIKBUD) and the Indonesia Endowment Fund (Lembaga Pengelolaan Dana Pendidikan) covered by (Ministry of Education and Culture, Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Religion).

The Double Degree Master Programme - in cooperation with France is called Double Degree Indonesia France/DDIF or Double Degree Indonesia Perancis/DDIP. The scholarship of the programme provided by the Directorate General of Higher Education, Ministry of Education and Culture (DIKTI, KEMDIKBUD; currently Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education).






University of the Ryukyus is the southernmost university in Japan. Since its establishment, the University has endeavoured to cultivate capable individuals who contribute to the international cooperation and development of society. At present, University of the Ryukyus is known as the centre of these following studies: (1) Biodiversity of Coral Reefs (2) Tropical and sub-tropical agriculture and biotechnologies (3) Advanced medicine for tropical infectious diseases, tumours, aging and life-style related diseases (4) Engineering and information technologies that takes advantage of Okinawa’s regional characteristics (5) Studies of disaster such as typhoons and earthquakes (6) Okinawan history and culture, folklore studies, and American studies (University of the Ryukyus Catalog, 2008).




1.       Université de Bretagne Occidentale (UBO), Master of Marine Science and Littoral, speciality:  Marine Biology (

2.       Université de La Rochelle (ULR), Master of Environmental Science, and speciality: Integrated Approach of Littoral Ecosystem  (

3.       Université de Bretagne Sud (UBS), Master of Marine Environment and Biotechnology, with speciality: Biotechnology: Biomolecules, microorganisms, bioprocess (

4.       Université de Nantes (U de Nantes), Master of Earth and Planets Environment, with speciality: Ecosystem and Bioproduction (

5.       Université du Maine (U du Maine), Master of Ecology–Environment, with speciality: Environment Toxicology  (


Profile of France University partners:


    Université de Bretagne Occidentale (University of Western Brittany) is a French University, located in Brest, in the Academy of Rennes. The University was founded on January 1st, 1971 and in 2011 the enrolment in UBO is 16.927 students. Brest is one of the world’s marine science capitals and is home to 60% of French marine researchers; major organization such as IFREMER and IUEM is in Brest. The marine science is one of four principal areas of research at UBO. UNDIP has a collaboration in academic, research and exchange students/professors with UBO since 1996.


  1. Université de Nantes (University of Nantes) is a French university, founded in 1460, located in the city of Nantes. University of Nantes has 6 faculties, 5 departments, 8 institutes. In the academic and research fields of life sciences; including marine biology, ecology, fundamental biology and bioengineering.  UNDIP has a MoU with University of Nantes since 2009.


  1. Université de Bretagne Sud University of South Brittany) was founded in 1995. It is a multidisciplinary institution with two main campuses situated in Lorient and Vannes, Brittany, France. UBS developed recognised research fields in 4 major fields which one is in coastal and marine studies. UBS has 8500 students, 6 faculties, 100 academic programmes from bachelor’s level to the doctorate, and 12 research laboratories. In top ten French universities for employability after graduation. UNDIP has a MoU with UBS since 2010.


  1. Université de La Rochelle (La Rochelle University) is situated in a touristic city La Rochelle in south west coast of France. Since its creation ULR has confirmed its international dimension by setting up and developing its curricula in the context of the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) and by concerning its resources on two main priorities: Asia-Pacific and the America. ULR has 7,604 students, 34 main fields in research including earth science, biology and biotechnology, 72 national degrees from DAEU to Master and 6 doctoral schools.


  1. Université du Maine (University of Maine) is a multidisciplinary institution founded in 1977 situated on two campuses 80 kms apart, one in Le Mans and the other in Laval. University of Maine has 15 laboratories, 310 research professors, 8 doctoral schools, 38 master programmes and 90 nationalities of foreign students.





The Master of Science degree will be awarded after the student fufilled all requirements of Master Programme in Marine Science. During the first year in Indonesia, 2 semesters each of 6 months will be applied.





Name of Subject



FIRST YEAR (Diponegoro University – Indonesia)


Sit-in in Bachelor courses (if necessary)





Semester I


Philosophy of Science and Research Methodology



Applied Statistics



Ecology and Ecosystem Function



Atmospheric Oceanography



Exploration on Marine Resources



Influence of Pollution to Organism and Stress Physiology



Sub total (1)


Semester II






Marine Molecular Ecology


Conservation of Marine Resources and Socio-Cultural



Marine Chemical Ecology

Population Biology



Marine Plant Ecology

Valorisation of Marine Resources



Endocrine Comparison and Reproductive Activity of Invertebrate and Vertebrate



Pollution Impact on Organism and Physiological Stresses



Proposal of thesis & colloquium






Semester III


Research of thesis






Sub total (3)


Semester IV


                                  Writing thesis






Sub total (4)



Total (1+2+3+4)


SECOND YEAR in University of the Ryukyus Japan for 1.5 year

or 1 year in France Universities



1.     University graduates (S1) from related fields that could be linked to the various aspects of marine science,

2.     Minimum GPA 3.25 (scale 4) issued by the university authorities

3.     An official TOEFL Score of ≥ 500 (Paper-based test)

4.     Academic Potential Test (TPA).




1.       Indonesian student: Beasiswa Unggulan (; Beasiswa Unggulan-DIKTI; DDIP (Double Degree Indonesia-Perancis) and others.

2.       Foreign Student: Darmasiswa RI Scholarship Programme is conducted in 2 schemes, i.e: 12 months and 6 months (


Students Admission agreed with Diponegoro University Graduate Students Admission Test.




Head: Dr. Ir. Ita Widowati, DEA

Secretary: Dr. Ir. Diah Permata Wijayanti, MSc








(SK Dirjen DIKTI no. 3024/D/T/2004, August 4th)



This programme has been awarded an A-grade national accreditation for the next 5 years (2013-2018). Administered by the Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Science, the mission of this programme is to further improve higher education level of professionals and academic lecturers for the purpose of these three main considerations:

1.     To equip candidates with strong moral principles in carrying forward science and technology in coastal resources management pivoting on competence, confidence, and the ability to communicate ideas cross-culturally,

2.     To develop higher educational system based on environmental sustain-ability for science and technology in coastal resources management,

3.     To establish broad range networks and services in the field of science and technology of coastal resources management; particularly to accommodate scientific advice for policy development and decision-making, planning and developing strategy in physical construction of coastal areas as an entity/integrity owing spatial, temporal, material, cultural, as well as energetically, and diverse dimensions.


Supported by 15 profesors and 12 PhDs, the programme welcomes all prospective students from Indonesia and foreign countries,for which we offer an intellectually challenging education through programmes that are international in scope, interactive in process and interdisciplinary in content and approach to implement and disseminate concept and planning technique as well as evaluation of integrated management of coastal resources.



The aim of the Doctorate Programme in Coastal Resources Management is to provide professionals with knowledge and skills necessary to contribute the conservation and sustainable use of coastal resources for the benefit of the society.

After successful completion of the programme, candidates will:

1.     Have a broad dimensional proficiency to invent new technology for integrative planning and managing coastal resources and competence to develop the capacity in carrying out independent scientific and technical research as well as assessments on coastal issues;

2.     Be able to propose sustainable solutions to coastal problems, as well as to contribute to the development of policies and strategies for integrated coastal planning.



According to Permendikbud No. 49/2014 and SE Dikti No. 526/E.E3/MI/2014, the doctorate programme comprised of 72 -77 credits that can be accomplished in a minimum of 6 (six) semesters. The curriculum consists of 12 to 17 credits lectures, 5 credits for dissertation proposal, 30 credits of research and writing dissertation, 5 credits seminar and 20 credits for publication in an accredited national journal and/or indexed International journal.

The programme comprises of two phases:


  1. Preparation Programme

Lectures on the core subjects commenced as Preparation Programme for Doctorate Degree that be taught in 1st semesters. By the end of this stage, candidates should have passed all the examinations with Grade Point Average >3.0.  The core subjects taught include:

1.       Matriculation (2 credits)

2.       Philosophy of Science (2 credits)

3.       Research Methodology (3 credits)

4.       Scientific Publication Writing Methods (3 credits)

5.       Coastal Resource Management (3 credits)

In the 2nd semester, the students have to present their research proposal in the 1st Colloquium exam to evaluate their capacity in mastering the concept or theory of their research topic and to appont the Promoter and Co-promoter(s) by the Academic Board. 

In the mean time to finalise their research proposal, candidates could take optional courses to support their Disertation that be taught by their the promoter and co-promoters or competence lecturer. Optional courses may be obtained from within study programmes or faculties  of Diponegoro University.

The specialised topics include:

1.       Coastal Resource Conservation

2.       Simulation and Modelling of Coastal Ecosystem

3.       Mariculture Fisheries Management

4.       Post-harvest Marine Technology

5.       Coastal Marine Biotechnology

6.       Coastal Policies Reconstruction

7.       Marine Tourism Management

8.       Remote Sensing and GIS

Under the supervision of both promoter and co-promoter(s), candidates present their research proposalin the 2nd colloquium exam to confirm preparedness of reviewed research proposal before conducting their individual research programme.


B. Individual Research Programme

Having been successfully completed the preparation programme candidates enter an individual research programme directed by 2-3 supervisors. After conducting research, candidates presenting project research dissertation in a Seminar evaluated by the Examination Committee and colleagues for scientific rigour of the result, prior to defence in close-viva followed by a Viva Voce.

In the mean time within these 3 semesters, candidates also have to publish parts of their dissertation in an Accredited Indonesian Journal and in mainstream international journal.



The Programme is intended for mid-career professionals or lecturers with an interest on environmental sciences and in maintaining coastal integrity in relation to humankind development

The entry requirements include the following:

  1. Hold a Master’s degree with a minimum GPA 3.25 from an approved university with a particular area of study they wish to pursue in the programme
  2. Present Pre-proposal of dissertation research
  3. Submit at least one of their scientific publication within the last five years
  4. Show Letter of permission from the apllicant’ institution
  5. Show Letter ofFunding Intention/Statement from the agency/ private sponsor
  6. Produce at minimum a TOEFL score of 500
  7. Take an  Academic Potential Test (TPA) with a minimum score of 450
  8. Perform in the interview for student admisiion
  9. Pay admission fee.



Admission ofpostgraduate programme within the University helds online in an integrated registration system ( andis available during office hours Monday to Saturday, 8.00 – 16.00 at Pascasarjana Bld., 5th floor, Jalan Imam Bardjo No. 5, Semarang 50275, Central Java– Indonesia.

The admission be conducted in three periods annually, whilst the selection will be conducted independently through the “Ujian Mandiri Pascasarjana”administered by LP2MP UNDIPunder the following schedule:

·       Registration I

·       Written examination (APT/TPA)

·       Announcement of Acceptance (I)

·       Registration II

·       Interview

·       Announcement/Letter of Acceptance (II)



Tuition fee consists of:

1.     Registration fee

(Papers, written examination and interview)          


(Preparation Programme for Doctorate Degree)   

2.     Contribution for Postgraduate Development Programme                    

Contribution for Developing the Study Programme                              

3.     SPP (Fee for Education Development)/semester:

·  Private funding                                                          

·  Non-private funding I                                

(Scholarship/Indonesian BPPS)                               




Head: Prof. Dr. Ir. Sutrisno Anggoro, MS

Secretary: Dr. Ir. Frida Purwanti, MSc



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