Quality Assurance

Three pillars of higher education quality assurance implementation and management of various administrative services on the environment FMIPA conducted structurally or through adhoc teams. Faculty quality assurance organization Unhas named cluster for Quality Assurance to the organizational structure shown in Figure 2. Structurally quality assurance of the activities carried out through various regulatory, monitoring and periodic evaluation of the activities carried out in accordance with the priority program Unhas. The regulations are available and are being implemented formulated and established by the University, Faculty or specifically by the Department / Prodi. There are also some policies are made and implemented as agreed at the various levels of the organization / structure as per the specifications of the policy-making purposes. Regulations and policies were formulated and documented either directly by the University or at faculty, department / Prodi. Most important of all was that all the rules and policies are made and implemented not contradict one another. Neither communicated to all the components involved. Violations that occur in a component of internally discussed further increased to the level of the next component.


Figure-2. Cluster Organizational Structure Quality Assurance Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences University of Hasanuddin

Quality assurance mechanisms as below:

  • Institutions at the university level is implemented by the Institute for Education Development (LKPP) through the Center for Quality Assurance (PKPM).
  • Institutional-level courses namely Academic Management Internal Audit Unit (AMAI)
  • Institutional Level Faculty namely Cluster Quality Assurance (GJM)
  • Institutional Level Studies Program, namely the unit for Quality Assurance (UJM)

Faculty of Science Unhas has sought to apply the principles of the management of quality (quality assurance). The application of the principles of quality management, includes the preparation of infrastructure, recording every activity, documentation, audits and follow-up audit. Quality management of the curriculum is made by reviewing the curriculum periodically once a year. This activity aims to comprehensively assess the content of each course, the relationship between the subject, the relevance of the course with the development of science and technology. Forming a curriculum that can improve student competence and in accordance with user needs is the ultimate aim of the possible changes that occur.

Faculty of Science has produced an application software on Internal Quality Assurance System that can be accessed on Web Quality Assurance Cluster