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Masters Of Agri Business Program

BRIEF DESCRIPTION

Based on the National Accreditation Body Degree Number: 025/SK/BAN-PT/Ak-X/M/I/2013, the Masters of Agribusiness program has B ACCREDITATION status. The Masters of Agribusiness is a program within the UPN “Veteran” Yogyakarta postgraduate program, which is operating based on operating permission from the Director General of Higher Education, the National Department of Education Number: 2820/D/T/2001 dated 30 August 2001, which was then extended with number: 141/D/T/2008 dated 14 January 2008 and number : 14677/D/T/K-V/2013 dated 20 February 2013.

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EDUCATION PROGRAM

The Masters of Agribusiness program realizes that the challenges in agribusiness are unique, dynamic and extremely complex. Agribusiness actors are required to have knowledge on business and the competence to provide the best solutions in business that are creative and innovative. The Masters of Agribusiness curriculum is designed to enable MA students to be able to address these challenges. This program can be completed within 3 semesters with a study load of 45 semester credit units.

The curriculum is designed to be able to address the unique, dynamic and very complex challenges within agribusiness. Agribusiness actors are required to have knowledge on business and competence to provide the best solutions in business that are creative and innovative.

INTRODUCTORY SUBJECTS:

Code

Subjects

Semester credit units

133271

INTRODUCTION TO AGRIBUSINESS

(Introduction to Agribusiness Systems and Management)

1

133281

INTRODUCTION TO MANAGEMENT

(Production Management, Financial Management, Marketing Management, Human Resources Management, Information Systems Management)

1

133291

IODUCTION TO ECONOMICS

( Micro Economics and Macro Economics)

1

133301

INTRODUCTION TO ENGLISH FOR AGRIBUSINESS (writing abstracts & reading comprehension for scientific papers)

1

133311

COMPUTER APPLICATIONS

1

SEMESTER I

Code

Subjects

Semester credit units

133012

133022

133032

133042

133052

133062

133072

133082

133092

 

Advanced Accounting Management

Advanced Managerial Economics

Advanced Marketing Management

Advanced Agribusiness Information Systems

Organizational Structure and Behavior

Agribusiness Research Methods

Advanced Production and Operations Management

Agribusiness Technology Management

Agribusiness Institutes and Partnerships

Elective I Subjects

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

 

Total

20

SEMESTER II

Code

Subjects

Semester credit units

133103

133112

133123

133133

133143

 

Strategic Management and Agribusiness Policies

Advanced Financial Management

Advanced Human Resource Management

Quantitative Methods for Management

Technopreneurship

Elective 2 Subjects

Elective 3 Subjects

3

2

3

3

3

2

2

 

Total

18

SEMESTER III

Code

Subjects

Semester credit units

133151

Seminar

1

133166

Thesis

6

 

Total

7

 

Total  for Semester I - III

45

ELECTIVE SUBJECTS (minimum of 6 semester credit units)

SEMESTER I (2 semester credit units)

Code

Subjects

Semester credit units

133172

133182

133192

133202

Food & Agribusiness Special Topics

Management of Science & Technology Resources

Natural Resource and Environmental Management

Negotiation and Advocacy in Business

2

2

2

2

SEMESTER II (4 semester credit units)

Code

Subjects

Semester credit units

133212

133222

133232

133242

133252

133262

Market Research

International Business

Non-Food Agribusiness Special Topics

Horticultural Agribusiness Special Topics

Agro-ecotourism Management

Consumer Behavior

2

2

2

2

2

2

Improved professionalism in regional economic development is manifested in the increased capacity to think strategically and the ability to develop the best solutions in developing regional economies that are facing global challenges. Learning methods have been designed so that Masters of Agribusiness students improve professionalism in the field of Agribusiness. The learning methods are varied and range from lectures, discussions on case studies, individual and group assignments, field trips, business presentations, engagement with business actors and learning about real case scenarios.

Lecturers teaching in the Masters of Agribusiness are experienced PROFESIONALS and EXPERTS in the fields that they lecture in.

CLASSIFICATION OF PROGRAM STUDENTS

Participants in the UPN “Veteran” Masters of Agribusiness program come from a variety of undergraduate level disciplines including:

  • Executives
  • Business practitioners
  • Government agencies
  • Private agencies
  • Individuals interested in the field of agribusiness
  • Fresh graduates