Course Description AMERTA MASTER

Fall Semester 2019/2020

AMERTA FOR MASTER

COURSES DESCRIPTION - FALL  2019/2020

Pascasarjana

Course Title

Law and Human Rights

Course Code

Credits

4

Course Description

The course offers knowledge of interdisciplinary studies of law as an academic subject, especially to learn human rights comprehensively. The course would be given for acquiring a systematic understanding of legal processes, methods, and concepts, of the social and political context in which legal processes take place and of appropriate theoretical conceptions of law. By maximising academic potential and refining problem-solving skills in a transnational context through the acquisition of systematic and critical understanding of complex legal, economic, cultural, ethical and political issues informing the creation of international, regional and national human rights frameworks, institutions and practice, the course will enhance professional development and horizons for student. The research and writing skills in human rights through this course will be transferable to a variety of professional sectors, including the legal profession, policymaking, corporate sector, governmental bodies or academia. This programme offers graduates in law and related disciplines, or those with relevant professional qualifications, the opportunity to develop a detailed understanding of human rights law in Indonesia. The programme is intended to provide an introduction to human rights, by learning historical context, legal development, current issues in human rights (business and human rights; human rights governance; criminal justice system in the age of anti-terrorism), legal standard and mechanism in international human rights law and social movement and human rights law advocacy as struggle of society for human rights protection.

Course Title

Forensic medicine

Course Code

KDY605

Credits

4

Course Description

Learning explain about forensic pathologi, autopsy forensic, Suffocation and asphyxia, Establishment of identity of human remains, Death association with sexual offences, Infanticide, Fatal child abuse, Visum et repertum, Identification of the living and the dead and mass DVI procedure.

Course Title

Introduction to Social Problem and Human Rights

Course Code

Credits

6

Course Description

This course explores significant social problems in contemporary society, examines the process of how

these social problems arise in society, and considers possible solutions. As an introduction to this topic,

the course will focus on understanding how and why social problems develop and the controversies that

accompany them.

Course Title

Health Medical Response in Disasters

Course Code

DSK601

Credits

4

Course Description

This course discusses the medical response to the current phase of the disaster as one of the efforts in disaster management should be done in each phase in the disaster, the problem medic that appers is the number of victims in emergency condition that requires Resque-triage, resuscitation, stabilization, diagnosis and therapy definitive.

Course Title

Socio-Legal Research Methodology

Course Code

PNH602

Credits

4

Course Description

The socio-legal approach is a combination of approaches within the social sciences, including political science, economics, culture, history, anthropology, communication and a number of other sciences, combined with a recognized approach in law, such as learning about principles, doctrines and hierarchy of legislation. The socio-legal approach thus becomes the single concept of the combination.

This socio-legal approach is an attempt to further explore as well as explore a problem by not satisfying the study of norms or related mere legal doctrines, but also to see the full context of the norm and its enforcement. Such a combinative approach, in fact, is expected to strengthen the search for the truth, explore the problems that occur and seek to find them for more creative and liberating endeavors. A simple goal in the course is expected to have understanding and ability to apply socio-legal research methods in the research scheme. This could be focused on three knowledge for mastering program,

1. Understanding the epistemology of legal research with socio-legal research methods

2. Understand the usefulness of socio-legal research in solving real problems in law and society

3. Have the ability in applying socio-legal research methodology by doing research for academic thesis.

Course Title

Basic Concepts of Disaster

Course Code

DST601

Credits

4

Course Description

This course discusses the basic concepts of disaster, some models of the concepts will become a reference that could be waged most suitable modification. From the concept of disaster victims for immediate assistance (relief) and emergency towards another paradigm (holistic). For example: mitigation towards the paradigm of vulnerability factors for the community.

Chemistry

Course Title

Nanochemistry and Advanced Materials

Course Code

Credits

4

Course Description

This courese will on two main parts. Fisrt part, will focus on generally synthesis, characterization application of nanomaterial. Biological and medical application will be further disscused deeply. The scond part will talk more about application of current material developed on enviromental application. attractive modification and potential a way on getting multifuction material will be one important point to be disscused

Course Title

Material Chemistry

Course Code

KIF605

Credits

4

Course Description

This course will discusse on overview of material continuing deeply on synthesis and characterizations of solid state materials. Improvement on design of crystal and this modification become one of main part discussion. Further explanation on matrial application on catalyst process become the part that integratively discussed

Faculty of Public Health

Course Title

Industrial Toxicology

Course Code

FAT 614

Credits

4

Course Description

Industrial toxicology is a division of the broader science of toxicology that deals with the adverse effects of all forms of chemicals, physical agents, and processes, including drugs and medications. Originally, toxicology was known as the study of poisons, a focus that marked this science since its earliest beginnings. Only in the middle of the twentieth century did this area of scientific inquiry expand and become more specialized.

Course Title

Hospital Epidemiology

Course Code

KME647

Credits

6

Course Description

Course Title

Pengantar Analisis Mengetiai Dampak Lingkungan (AMDAL) Introduction to Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA)

Course Code

KML601

Credits

4

Course Description

Discussed on the definition of EIA, EIA in environmental management, EIA study process, EIA method, RKL and RPL document preparation, organizational aspects of EIA

    AMERTA MASTER Semester I 2019/2020