ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH UDINUS ACCREDITED B
Universitas Dian Nuswantoro (UDINUS) continues to improve the quality of each of its courses to produce excellent students in all fields. According to the letter number 0249 / LAM-PTKes / Akr / Sar / IV / 2018, Undergraduate Program of Environmental Health (Kesling) from Faculty of Health (FKes) UDINUS is accredited B. the Study Program is now ready to create professional and competitive human resources.
The Dean of FKes, Guruh Fajar Shidik, M.Cs welcomed the achievement of B accreditation by Kesling Study Program. He said that UDINUS would always provide qualified education in the field of environmental health with a comprehensive learning process with plus superior ability to apply information technology. "We educate students to be independent and we also give them the knowledge of entrepreneurship so that in the future, they can create jobs for people," he said on Tuesday, April 24th, 2018.
According to Guruh, the Environmental Health Study Program (Kesling) has an important role in education and society. The Study Program is able to improve the quality of environmental health in the society. “In the future, graduates from Kesling Study Program can be very useful in improving the quality of life and human’s health in Indonesia. The graduates of Kesling will have the ability to measure environmental parameters / indicators to support 'Green Productivity'. In the career world, the graduates can be Vector Disease Control Manager and also Quality Control Manager of Environment, "he said.
After the opening 2 years ago, Kesling Study Program was visited by the assessors from Lembaga Akreditasi Mandiri Pendidikan Tinggi Kesehatan (LAM-PTKes) last March.
The Head of UDINUS Public Relation, Agus Triyono, S.Sos MSi hoped that the B accreditation of Environmental Health Study Program could support the New Student Admission (PMB) of academic year 2018/2019. "The achievement of the accreditation can be established if the quality are recognized by the society. In addition, students who enroll in Environmental Health Study Program may increase, "he concluded. (* PR / Alex; Photo by: Nining Sekar)