|About The Programme
The Master Programme on Information Technology for Natural Resource Management is an international programme under the Bogor Agricultural University Graduate Programme which is carried out by SEAMEO BIOTROP
To train students to become experts in the application of information technology for natural resources management
Graduates with background in agriculture, forestry, fishery, animal husbandry, biology, environment, geography, geodetic engineering and geology with knowledge in the use of computer. A reasonable level of English proficiency is required since a substantial component of the MSc program will be based on English. Student with less level of computer or English proficiency are required to take a 6-week prepatory course (English and computer) during July-August prior to the Masters Programme.
The total period of study is two years, commencing September. Each year is divided into 4 semesters. The first three semesters are dedicated for lectures and applied laboratory work. The last semester is devoted to students to conduct a special project or research.
There are three main course contents (major) and some elective course (minor). Students are advised to take minors relevant to their background
Major included topics in:
Elective course are comprised of topics in:
A special Project is determined by students with advice by their supervisors. The project is designed to train the students in a more comprehensive way which combines most of the course contents for advanceanalysis and application of Information Technology
Classrooms and laboratories are equipped with the most advanced facilities including multimedia, computer workstations, printers, plotters, digitizers, relevant computer softwares and local area network as well as full connections to internet. Automated Library with collection of books, journals, and CD ROMs are also available on the campus
We also offer accomodations for students who want to stay on campus with special rates suited to students
The program is presently being reviewed by several overseas higher education institutions. It is expected that these discussions will lead education to collaborative programming whereby students in this Masters program will enjoy the benefits of an internationally accredited program. It is also envisaged that exchanged studies will be incorporated, whereby students from Indonesia and overseas will participate in field studies in each other's countries.
Further information can be obtained from Program Coordinator, BIOTROP - Enterprise Development Center, Phone: (0251) 356 075 ; Fax.: (0251) 356 076; E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Last Update : Monday, June 22, 1998 Copyright 1998 SEAMEO BIOTROP