Awarding body/InstitutionHasanuddin University
Teaching InstitutionHasanuddin University
AddressJl Perintis Kemerdekaan Km. 10 Tamalanrea Makassar 90245
ContactPhone +62411 589 592
AccreditationA by the Indonesian National Accreditation Board of Higher Education (BAN- PT) with the total score: 380, dated: 10/01/2017
Quality Management SystemISO 9001-2015
Name of Final AwardSarjana Kehutanan/Bachelor of Forestry
Program TitleForestry Study Program
Expected Learning Outcomes of the Program
  1. To internalize forester’s professional ethics and commitment to sustainable environment
  2. To demonstrate logic and critical thinking skills
  3. To demonstrate understanding of basic concept of forestry science, ecology, and conservation in Wallacea Region
  4. To demonstrate understanding the principle of sustainable forest management
  5. To demonstrate understanding the principle of forest product’s properties, processing, and utilization
  6. To perform forest resources inventory, mapping, and forest utilization planning
  7. To apply silviculture practices for natural forest, plantation forest, and community forest
  8. To perform forest products analysis for optimum utilization
  9. To demonstrate capacity as eco-technopreneur in forestry business
Admission criteria or requirements to enrol  
  1. Senior High School graduates (or equivalent level)
  2. Passing one of the new student admission tests (national Entrance tests through SNMPTN
Specific requirement Good physical fitness, No color blindness
Student Annual Intake 220 students intake per year
Mode of Study Full-time
Total of Credit Hours 149 credit hours (128 of compulsory courses, 4 credit hours of community service, 8 credit hours of final project, and 9 credit hours of elective courses)
Language of instruction Indonesian
Expected Study Period4 years (8 semesters)
Maximum Study Period7 years
Drop out mechanism

– Fail to gain 48 credit hours with GPA < 2.0 in the first 4 semester

– Fail to complete the study after 7 years

Program Coverage

1. Forest management

  • Regional Planning and Forestry Information System
  • Forest Protection
  • Forest Engineering and Harvesting Area Development
  • Hydrology

2. Silviculture

  • Water and soil conservation
  • Silviculture
  • Biotechnology
  • Agroforestry

3. Forest Conservation

  • Conservation Biology
  • Protected Area Management and Ecotourism

4. Forest Product Technology

  • Wood Basic Characteristics and Quality
  • Wood Deterioration and Wood Property Improvement
  • Non-Timber Forest Products

5. Social and Economics of Forestry

  • Forestry Policy
  • Forest Economics
  • Social Forestry
Course Cluster

General Courses (27 credit hours)

Basic and comprehensive Forestry Science (101 credit hours)

Elective courses based on concentration (9 credit hours)

Community service (4 credit hours)

Final Project (8 credit hours)

Career pathCamp manager, forest planner, technical officer, forest resources manager, forest analyst, forest ranger, forestry researcher, community facilitator
Academic staffTotal academic staff: 52 persons (14 professors, 26 Doctors, and 12 Masters) in total, 32.7% graduated from foreign universities
Main support facilities

On campus:

Laboratories (silviculture, watershed management, forest product processing and utilization, forest conservation and ecotourism, forest planning and information system, forest biotechnology, forest protection, forest policy and entrepreneurship, forest harvesting), classrooms, reading room, center for student’s activities, forestry hall, lounge (

Off campus:

Teaching Forest (1,400 ha) located 60 km from the main campus (Lodging rooms, villas, hall, camping ground, sylva park, acacia park) (

Last updatedDecember 2017