December 08, 2021

Doctoral Program

Doctoral Program

Postgraduate Program of Tadulako University has 4 (four) doctoral programs consisting of:

  1. Agricultural Science
  2. Economics
  3. Science Education
  4. Social Science

 

Doctoral Program of Agricultural Science

Doctoral Program of Agricultural Science of Tadulako University was established based on four considerations: (1) fact that in Tadulako University, the availability of human resources and supporting facilities has been adequate to form a doctoral program of agricultural science, thus, this study program was realized in order to achieve optimum efficiency of existing assets; (2) aspiration to implement a mandate letter from Directorate General of Higher Education No. E 483/E/T/2011 concerning the opening of doctoral program of agricultural science in Tadulako University; (3) the mission of the institution to actively involve in technology development specifically in agriculture and produce more professional alumni in national level; (4) market demand on human resources with doctoral degree, particularly in agricultural science, to work either in education, bureaucracy, or private sector.

 

Vision

Be excellent in the development of agricultural science with local potentials-oriented and mind on global environment in order to result doctor candidates who capable to develop and or invent new concept of science and technology in agriculture.

 

Mission

  • Resulting doctoral degree alumni in agriculture who possess competency in conducting research, developing concept/theory, and solving agriculture issues through interdisciplinary approach.
  • Producing inventions in technology to take advantage of natural resources in a sustainable way.
  • Providing communication and publication in the form of scientific journals resulted from research and community services.

 

Objective

Doctoral Program of Agricultural Science of Tadulako University has three main objectives as follows: (1) creating conducive learning atmospheres to support independent learning process; (2) organizing and implementing independent research and communicating the result of the research in the form of scientific publication; (3) Working in collaboration with any parties like private sectors, institutions, and etc. in order to empower the human resources and facilities in Untad.

 

Competence

The alumni of Doctoral Program of Agricultural Science are expected to have several competences. Main competence consists of: (1) capability in leading, organizing, conducting research and discovering new concepts related to problem-solving of agriculture and environment issues; (2) capability in developing science and technology concerning plant and animal management, either creating or assembling new genetic variation, to boost the productivity and land resources potential; (3) capability in analyzing and formulating policy regarding agriculture economy and or agriculture in general. Supporting competence consists of: (1) capability in applying interdisciplinary approach in order to work in certain specialties; (2) capability in disseminating the result of the research in a scientific forum; (3) capability in writing a scientific paper and publicizing it in an accredited journal. The other competence includes in: (1) capability in utilizing information technology; and (2) capability in considering and caring about environment and society.

Curriculum and Credit Requirements

The doctoral program belongs to academic activities which has been scheduled consisting of education of compulsory competence of study program, compulsory competence of concentration, optional competence of concentration, and independent activity (writing dissertation). Education of compulsory competence of study program, compulsory competence of concentration, optional competence of concentration include in-class learning, laboratory work, field work, and academic interactions. Meanwhile, independent activity comprises conducting research to solve problems elaborated in a dissertation or the other scientific papers. Credits required in a doctoral program curriculum are between 42 up to 50. From the total credits, compulsory courses of study program contain 8 credits, compulsory courses of concentration contain 9-12 credits, optional courses of concentration contain 12-21 credits, and dissertation contain 12 credits.

 

The Lecturers of Doctoral Program of Agricultural Science

  • The Lecturers of Doctoral Program (Major in Botany Concentration)

The Doctoral Programs of Agricultural Science of Tadulako University has several lecturers major in botany concentration, as follows:

  1. Dr. Ir. Muhammad Basir, S.E., M.S.;
  2. Dr. Ir. H. Alam Anshary, M.S.;
  3. Dr. Ir. Mahfudz, M.P.
  4. Dr. Ir. Indrianto Kadekoh, M.P.;
  5. Dr. Ir. Fathurrahman, M.P.;
  6. Dr. Ir. Saiful Darman, M.P.;
  7. Ir. Zainuddin Basri, Ph.D.;
  8. Ir. Abd. Hamid Noer, M.S.;
  9. Uswah Hasanah, M.Agr.Sc., Ph,D.;
  10. Ir. Sakka Samuddin, M.P.;
  11. Ir. Danang Widjadjanto, M.S.;
  12. Ir. Yosep Pata’dungan, M.P.;
  13. Ir. Anthon Monde, M.P.;
  14. Ir. Imam Wahyudi, M.Phill.;
  15. Ir. Nur Sangaji, D.E.A.;
  16. Ir. Andi Ete, M.P.;
  17. Ir. Iskandar M. Lapanjang, M.P.;
  18. Ir. Rostiaty Dg. Rahmatu, M.P.;
  19. Dr. Shahabuddin, M.Si.;
  20. Ir. Abd. Rauf, M.Si.;
  21. Sc.Agr. Ir. Henry Novero Barus, M.Sc.;
  22. Ir. Aiyen, M.Sc.;
  23. Ir. Bunga Elim Somba, M.Sc.;
  24. Ir. Nirwan Sahiri, M.Si.;
  25. Ir. Baharuddin H. Hasan, M.P.

 

 

  • The Lecturers of Doctoral Program (Major in Animal Husbandry Concentration)

The Doctoral Programs of Agricultural Science of Tadulako University has several lecturers major in animal husbandry concentration, as follows:

  1. Dr. Ir. Kaharuddin Kasim, M.S.;
  2. Dr. Ir. Asriani Hasanuddin, M.S.;
  3. Ir. Damry, M.Sc.Ag., Ph.D.;
  4. Ir. Rusdi, M.Agr.Sc., Ph.D.;
  5. Ir. Marsetyo, M.Sc.Ag., Ph.D.;
  6. Ir. Abd. Main Labaso, M.P.;
  7. Dr. Ir. Andi Lagaligo Amar, M.Sc.;
  8. Ir. Burhanuddin Sundu, M.Sc.Ag., Ph.D;
  9. Padang Hamid S.Pt., M.P.;
  10. Ir. Nadjamudin, M.Si.;
  11. Ir. Rusdin Dien, M.P.;
  12. Ir. Sirajuddin Abdullah, M.P.;
  13. Ir. Hafsah, M.Sc.;
  14. Ir. Moh. Basri, M.P.;
  15. Ir. Yulius Duma, M.P.;
  16. Ir. Mobius Tanari, M.P.;
  17. Ir. Yohan Rusiyantono, M.P.;
  18. Ir. Fatmawati Saloko, M.P.;
  19. Ir. Dwi Susilawati, M.P.;
  20. Ir. Abd. Masyahoro, M.Si.;
  21. Ir. Ahmad Rizal, M.Appl.Sc.;
  22. Ir. Mirajuddin, M.Kes.;
  23. Awaluddin, S.Pt., M.P.;
  24. Ir. Salmin, M.P.

 

  • The Lecturers of Doctoral Program (Major in Agricultural Economics Concentration)

The Doctoral Programs of Agricultural Science of Tadulako University has several lecturers major in agricultural economics concentration, as follows:

  1. Dr. Ir. Made Antara, M.P.;
  2. Dr. Ir. Marhawati Mappatoba, M.T.;
  3. Ir. Arifuddin Lamusa, M.P.;
  4. Ir. Saharia Kassa, M.S.;
  5. Rustam Abd. Rauf, S.P., M.P.;
  6. Marwan Yantu, M.S.;
  7. Alimuddin Laapo, S.P., M.P.

 

 

 

 

 

  • The Lecturers of Doctoral Program (Major in Forestry Concentration)

The Doctoral Programs of Agricultural Science of Tadulako University has several lecturers major in forestry concentration, as follows:

  1. Dr. Ir. Syukur Umar, DESS.;
  2. Ir. Wardah, M.F.Sc.;
  3. Hamsari, M.Sc.;
  4. Ir. Golar, S.Hut., M.S.;
  5. Erniwati, S.Hut., M.S.;
  6. Irma Sribianti, S.Hut., M.S.;
  7. Sc. Yusran, S.P., M.Sc.

 

Doctoral Program of Economics

The advancement of postgraduate program of economics from master to doctor degree in recent years is significantly required. As considerations, paradigm in society aspires a transformation from local to global social life perspectives and desires an alteration from economic growth to human development. Based on that paradigm, establishing a doctoral program of economics is expected to be able to anticipate any social changes since public belongs to stakeholders of a university.

 

According to a mandate letter from Directorate General of Higher Education No. 536/E.E2/2013, Doctoral Program of Economics of Tadulako University is officially established. The education system in the doctoral program of economics is community service-based supported with knowledge advancement which are significant for local, national, to international development, and for the knowledge itself by applying the results of economic studies in order to solve humanity issues. Through maximum utilization of the human resources and facilities available in Tadulako University, the doctor candidates are expected to have quality researches publicized either in national or international journals so institution competitiveness can be improved. Consequently, the improvement of institution competitiveness will result to a better quality and quantity of doctoral program of economics in public viewpoints.

 

The doctoral program of economics is also expected to be able to deal with various economic issues in local, national, to global community, besides, it is oriented on particular activities such as development of research design in economic empowerment and institutional strengthening through interdisciplinary research method and the object of the study is all economic problems related in real life. Since the qualification of the alumni is international quality, creative, innovative, systemic, and scientifically approved, the output of the study can be implemented either in national or international development.

 

Vision, Mission, and Objectives

 

Vision: Realizing doctoral program which is excellent in education, research, and community service in order to produce competitive and competent alumni of economics.

 

Mission:

  1. Producing doctors in economics who possess accurate analysis based on theories and latest tools of economic analysis they have mastered.
  2. Producing doctors in economics who possess capability in developing economics through scientific researches.
  3. Producing doctors in economics who possess capability in implementing their economic knowledge and skill to solve complicated social issues in regional, national, to international level academically.

 

Objectives:

  1. Creating significant value-added to all students in mastering the theories of economics and the implementation so they can contribute positively to their institution and environment.
  2. Providing research-based education means development activities and problem solving related to economics are implemented through research based on scientific approach, method, and principle.
  3. Stimulating the students to use their knowledge and skills to deal with complicated economic issues in regional, national, to international level academically.

 

Concentrations Available

  1. Economic Development Science
  2. Management Science
  3. Accounting Science

 

Administrator

Coordinator    : Prof. Dr. Muh. Ridwan, S.E., M.Si.Ak.

Secretary         : Dr. Vita Yanti Fattah, S.E., M.Si.

Staff                : Nuryana Haprin Dj. A., S.E., M.Pw.

 

Curriculum

  1. Compulsory Courses of Study Program 14 credits
  2. Compulsory Courses of Concentration 15 credits
  3. Optional Courses of Concentration 6 credits
  4. Dissertation 15 credits

Total: 50 credits

 

Lecturers

Doctoral of Economics Study Program of Postgraduate Program of Tadulako University has 33 lecturers who are ready to provide successful learning based on predefined curriculum. The following are the names of the lecturers:

  1. H. Chairil Anwar, S.E., M.A., Ph.D.
  2. Dr. Andi Mattulada Amir, S.E., M.Si.
  3. Dr. rer. Patta Tope, S.E.
  4. Dr. Djayani Nurdin, S.E., M.Si.
  5. Dr. Syahrir Natsir, S.E. M.Si.
  6. Dr. Muslimin, S.E., M.S.
  7. Idris Azis, S.E., M.Hum.
  8. Nersiwad, S.E., M.S.
  9. Ridwan, S.E., M.Si.Ak.
  10. Ahlis Djirimu, S.E., D.E.A., Ph.D.
  11. Haerul Anam, S.E., M.S.
  12. Rosida P. Adam, S.E. M.Si.
  13. Saharudin Kaseng, S.E., M.Si.
  14. Sulaiman Miru, S.E., M.Si.
  15. Suardi Sabola, S.E., M.Si.
  16. Suparman, S.E., M.Si.
  17. Zakiah Zahara, S.E., M.M.
  18. Wahyuningsih, S.E., M.Sc., Ph.D.
  19. Maskuri Sutomo, S.E., M.Si.
  20. Vita Yanti Fattah, S.E., M.Si.
  21. Elimawaty Rombe, S.E., M.Si.
  22. Nurhayati Haris, S.E., M.Si.
  23. Eko Joko Leleno, S.E., M.Si.
  24. Fadli Moh. Saleh, S.E.Ak., M.A.B.M., Ph.D.
  25. Hilda Monoarfah, S.E., M.Si.
  26. Lina Mahardiana, S.E., M.Si.
  27. Bakri Hasanudin, S.E., M.Si.
  28. Ponirin, S.E., M.Sc., D.BA.
  29. Abdul Kahar, S.E., Ak. M.Si.
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