Gradate Profile
The Aquatic Resources Management Study Program is designed to produce graduates who have the competence to understand and manage environmental and biological resources management strategies in an integrated and sustainable manner. This is intended so that graduates are able to be absorbed in the world of work, compete and play an active role in solving problems related to water resource management.

In connection with the above, graduates are expected to be able to develop themselves/career as:

  1. Continuing studies at the further degree to develop knowledge, competence and academic status.
  2. Managers/policy stakeholders/expert staff in public and private institutions are assigned both in planning, monitoring, controlling and improving the quality of the aquatic environment.
  3. Manager/policyholder/expert staff of an agency or company assigned to monitoring the quality and management of production waste.
  4. Teachers/lecturers (academic staff) who carry out the task of developing science and human resources through education.
  5. Researchers/research assistants/laboratory staff/technicians/analysts who have the task to assist and or ensure the implementation of research in the laboratory and also in the field.
  6. Entrepreneurship capable of creating jobs related to the field of water resources management.
  7. Community pioneers who have concern for the preservation of aquatic resources.
  8. Empowerment of the aquatic environment who has a driving spirit in planning, managing and managing sustainable aquatic resources.

 

Graduate Competency

Learning in the Water Resources Management Study Program FFMS UB is carried out holistically covering cognitive, psychomotor and affective aspects (Table 2.1).

 

Table 2.1 Water Resources Management Study Program’s¬†Graduate Competency

COMPETENCY ASPECT DETAIL
Major Cognitive
  1. Graduates are able to understand basic concepts and modern technology related to the management and conservation of aquatic resources.
  2. Graduates are able to understand the concept of planning for water resources management from springs, lake ecosystems, reservoirs, rivers, ponds, ponds, and coasts holistically.
  3. Graduates are able to analyze water quality with a management approach and modern technology.
Psychomotor
  1. Graduates are able to formulate problems (observe field facts, interpret data, establish procedures and methods) and precision (perform movements/actions correctly) related to aquatic resources.
  2. Graduates are able to apply instruments for managing water resources from springs, lake ecosystems, reservoirs, rivers, ponds, ponds, and coasts holistically.
  3. Graduates are able to apply modern science and technology for monitoring, controlling, conserving and rehabilitating waters from the molecular level to the community level.
Affective Graduates are able to play an active role in the community in responsible management of aquatic resources.
Minor
  1. Graduates understand the laws and regulations related to aquatic resources.
  2. Graduates are able to utilize technology to access and synthesize information.
  3. Graduates have competent scientific dedication and high integrity in their work.
  4. Graduates are able to communicate in oral and written form.
  5. Graduates are able to work individually or in teams.
  6. Graduates are able to come up with creative ideas for solving problems related to the management, planning and environment of sustainable aquatic resources.