The D4 Medical Laboratory Technology is one of the study programs under the Department of Health in the Faculty of Vocational Studies. This program is completed over a span of 4 years, totaling 147 credit units. The program boasts advantages over similar programs at other institutions. The D4 Medical Laboratory Technology here focuses on the diagnosis of infectious diseases, resulting in a tailored curriculum. Various fields of knowledge are connected to this program, including clinical pathology, microbiology and parasitology, anatomical pathology, as well as techniques in molecular biology diagnostics. Graduates produced by this program will be adept at understanding and selecting diagnostic techniques for infectious diseases according to the acquired samples.
Become a self-reliant, innovative, and leading study program in the field of infectious diseases at the national and international levels based on religious morals by the year 2025.
1. Organize and develop vocational education in the field of health, especially medical laboratory technology that encompasses infectious disease diagnostics, to ensure competitiveness at the national and international levels.
2. Conduct innovative applied research in the field of infectious disease diagnostics technology, grounded in national values and religious morals, to support the advancement of education and community service in the field of medical laboratory technology.
3. Devote vocational expertise in the field of infectious disease diagnostics technology to communities on a national and international scale.
4. Establish collaborations with all stakeholders in various educational, research, and community service activities.
1. Produce highly competent, professional, independent, and competitive graduates of Applied Bachelor's Degree in Medical Laboratory Technology, excelling at the regional, national, and international levels.
2. Generate research in the field of medical laboratory technology and bring forth various innovations for the development of medical laboratory education.
3. Deliver community service based on the knowledge of medical laboratory technology that contributes to advancing public welfare and the nation's well-being, as well as empowering communities innovatively to independently and sustainably address challenges.
4 years / 147 credits