Objectives & Outcomes

Bachelor of Science Degree Program 


Forest Management

Degree program of Bachelor Science (undergraduate program) in Forest Management has been offered since 1999/2000, which previously was one of three specialization subjects of Bachelor Science in Forestry at Faculty of Forestry of IPB-University. The degree program of Bachelor Science in Forestry itself had been offered since IPB-University was established in 1963.

Degree program of Bachelor Science in Forest Management was  accredited A-grade (excellent) by Indonesia-National Accreditation Board for Higher Education (BAN PT) since 2000, and then continuing receive A-grade accreditation in 2011, and 2016.

Learning objectives:

  1. Entry level professional foresters who are able to apply and integrate basic natural sciences, social, economics, and policy sciences; quantitative and qualitative methods; forest techniques and sciences, which are needed for planning, organizing, governing and evaluating ecosystem-based forest management, and to produce graduates who are able:
  2. to continue more advance education, to do researches,
  3. to be public administrator of forestry and
  4. to be activists in development and advocacy NGOs
  5. to work for other professions related to forest management and forestry.

Learning outcomes:

  1. Explain concepts and theories of forest management in general by using concepts and theories of biology, mathematics physic, ecology, silvic, wildlife behavior, forest-watershed hydrology, forest resources planning and utilization, socio-economics, policy and institution, and formulate procedural solving problems in forest management.
  2. Analyze forest management problems by using integrative approach of science and knowledge of biology, physic, hydrology, forest ecology, wildlife and socio-economy-politic.
  3. Analyze forest management problems and formulate alternatives solutions quantitatively by applying mathematics, linear programming, and statistic.
  4. Write and speaks to explain complexity and tradeoffs in forest management.
  5. Apply sciences, knowledge, technology and technics of forest measurement, geomatics, silviculture, forest-watershed hydrology, forest resources economic, utilization, and forestry policy to develop forest and to evaluate forest resources.
  6. Choose and decide the appropriate-effective models and technics to formulate and evaluate forest management plans to generate benefits of forest products and benefits at a landscape scale.
  7. Responsible for individual jobs and team/organization works.
  8. Discipline and behave in accordance to applicable norms and rule-regulations.