The Special Program in Implementation Research on Tropical Diseases is a combination of the core curriculum of Public Health Sciences and Tropical Medicine. The core curriculum of Public Health Sciences is in accordance with the Guideline of the Association of Schools of Public Health (ASPH). The curriculum for Implementation Research course is similar to the Implementation Research and Practice course offered by the John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. The duration of study varies between 20 – 24 months of full time study. After fulfillment of all requirements, students are awarded a Master in Public Health (MPH) degree.
The program curriculum consists of participatory teaching methods such as mini-lecture, case study, field-study, and course project. The students also participated in extra-curricular activities such as enculturation and Bahasa Indonesia language course and social activities with local students in the Graduate Programs on Public Health and Tropical Medicine.
In the first semester, students will receive the core of Public Health courses. In the second semester, the students’ compulsory courses. In the third semester, the elective courses will be offered. The students will start to develop their proposals in the third semester. Data collection is conducted in the students’ home countries. At the end of the fourth semester, students are required to defend their thesis.
In the previous fourth batches, other than academic activities, our Faculty also conducted non-academic activities to support their soft skills and survival to life in Yogyakarta. Indonesian language courses will be provided. To familiarize the students with the local context, we offer enculturation activities by conducting live in the local village. Outbound was conducted to strengthen engagement among students and between students and the management of the program. Students were also involved in the study program and faculty activities to engage with regular students from other tracks.
|IKT172||Epidemiology, Control and Management of Tropical Diseases||2||dr. Elsa Herdiana Murhandarwati, M.Kes., PhD.|
|KUI6001||Methodology Research||2||Prof. dr. Adi Utarini, MPH, MSc, PhD|
|KUI6011||Biostatistics: I||3||Prof. dr. Siswanto Agus Wilopo, MSc., ScD|
|KUI6021||Epidemiology: I||3||dr. Riris Andono Ahmad, MPH, PhD|
|KUI6031||Social Sciences and Behavior in Public Health||2||Prof. Dra. Yayi Suryo Prabandari, M.Si, PhD.|
|KUI6041||Health Policy and Management||2||Prof. dr. Laksono Trisnantoro, MSc., PhD|
|KUI6381||Theory and Practice of Public Health||2||Prof. dr. Siswanto Agus Wilopo, SU., MSc., ScD.|
|KUI6652||Health Program Management||2||dr. Yodi Mahendradhata, MSc., PhD.|
|IKT162||Infection Control||2||Dr. Dra. Ning Rintiswati, M.Kes.|
|IKT182||Zoonosis and Vector Control||2||dr. Tri Baskoro T Satoto, M.Sc., Ph.D.|
|KUI6051||Environmental Health||2||Prof. dr. Hari Kusnanto Josef, SU., DrPH|
|KUI6402||Implementation Research||3||dr. Yodi Mahendradhata, MSc., PhD.|
|KUI7171||Public Health Communication and Advocacy||2||Prof. Dra. Yayi Suryo Prabandari, M.Si, PhD.|
|KUT660||Drugs and vaccines for tropical diseases||2||Dr. dr. Eti Nurwening S., M.Kes., M.Med.Ed.|
|Elective (2 credit units)|
|KUI7631||Global Health||2||dr. Yodi Mahendradhata, MSc., PhD.|
|KUI6601||Health Economics||2||Dr. Heni Wahyuni, S.E., M.Ec.Dev.|
|KUI6611||Health Informatics||2||dr. Lutfan Lazuardi, M.Kes., PhD.|