Salatiga, Central Java (7/2/2023) Located at the Grand Wahid Hotel Salatiga, a Workshop on Curriculum Adjustment for the S1-Agroecotechnology Study Program is currently underway. The S1-Agroecotechnology Academic Community and the leadership of the Faculty of Animal Husbandry and Agriculture (FPP) strengthen the learning system through adjusting the curriculum to provide excellent learning and service for students within the Faculty of Animal Husbandry and Agriculture, Diponegoro University.

This workshop began with remarks from the Head of the S1-Agroecotechnology Study Program, Dr. Ir. Eny Fuskhah, M.Sc. followed by remarks and the opening of the event delivered by the Dean of the Faculty of Animal Husbandry and Agriculture, Diponegoro University, Prof. Dr. Ir. Bambang Waluyo H.E.P., M.S., M.Agr., IPU.

“We are making adjustments to this curriculum on this occasion, as well as evaluating learning activities and also evaluating the implementation of the Merdeka Learning Program that is already underway, so that learning activities and the Merdeka Learning Program in the future can run well,” said the Head of the Study Program.

“Being a study program that continues to develop along with the times absolutely needs to be carried out by us as a superior educational institution. It is hoped that the Agroecotechnology Study Program must always improve, the millennial generation must continue to be supervised and guided more, the curriculum must be able to adapt changes that adapt to generation 4.0 ” greeted the Dean.

“Future plans to adjust the curriculum are adapted to MBKM which aims to make students get jobs quickly or with another solution, namely students can become entrepreneurs. So the solution is how the curriculum must lead and equip students to be able to fight outside Undip” he continued.

In the next session, Dr. Ir. Susilo Budiyanto, M.Sc. and Prof. Dr. Ir. Syaiful Anwar, M.Sc conveyed regarding the adjustment of the S1-Agroecotechnology curriculum, followed by guiding the discussion related to the evaluation of the 2020 Curriculum (MBKM).

The following day (7/2/2023) the activity continued with discussions regarding street vendors, seminars and thesis guided by each commission.

Seminar Commission chaired by Dr. Ir. Eny Fuskhah conveyed several evaluations and recommendations for changes related to the implementation of the Seminar in the coming semester.

Followed by the PKL Commission chaired by Prof. Dr. Ir. Kusmiyati who submitted an evaluation regarding the implementation of street vendors in the previous year and a plan for the flow of implementation of street vendors in the future.

In the last session, the Thesis Commission chaired by Ms. Rosyida presented draft guidelines and some of the things that are usually an obstacle for students.