Febriana Dwi Wahyuni, Tyas Putri Utami


The development of technology is also followed by the development of science in dealing with and preventing various kinds of diseases through the products produced in the form of food and medicine. In this case, the role of biotechnology is important to be able to collaborate with health workers and other scientists in developing a product through research conducted. Through the program of the Ministry of Education, Culture, Research and Technology called MBKM, it can become a forum for students to be able to develop creativity. The research design used was cross sectional with the population being all undergraduate students of the Biotechnology Study Program, Faculty of Health Sciences, Esa Unggul University. Data was collected by filling out an online survey questionnaire which was used to determine the implementation of the MBKM (Merdeka Learning-Independence Campus) program. The results obtained from this study are 94% of Biotechnology students already know about the MBKM program. most of the students, namely 48%, received information about MBKM from community communication channels (eg alumni community, lecturer community). Through this MBKM program, students are expected to be able to fulfill Graduate Learning Outcomes (CPL). The conclusion that can be drawn is that MBKM programs such as internships/Field Work Practices at research institutes for biotechnology students are expected to be able to improve hard skills (skills, complex problem solving, analytical skills, etc.) and soft skills (professional/work ethics, communication, cooperation). , etc.) biotechnology students.

Keywords: MBKM, Nutritionist, Nutrition, CPL, Student


MBKM, Nutritionist, Nutrition, CPL, Student

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