Program Description

The Master’s Degree Reproductive Health Sciences Study Program (IKR JM) was established in 1993 and began with an effort to prepare the andrology profession with a Masters’s degree with most of the participants coming from the medical profession who would take andrology expertise. However, in the last 10 years, the Fertility Andrology and Endocrinology subspecialty related to In vitro fertilization has been established as a subspecialty program. IKR JM participants are currently dominated by midwives and nurses and the challenges they face are also increasingly diverse.


Most of the IKR JM graduates returned to their profession as teaching students so their role and expertise function as a master of reproductive health was not disclosed in accordance with the Special Instructional Objectives of Education for Reproductive Health. It is realized that the ratio of maternal mortality in Indonesia is 359/100 thousand live births. Professional development is needed in Reproductive Health Sciences, especially in Women’s Empowerment, Unsafe Abortion, Teenage Pregnancy, Maternal and Child Health, Family Planning, Sexually Transmitted Diseases, Infertility, and Cervical Cancer. This professionalism is not only clinical – but rather competent in problem-solving, mentoring, and empowering women.


Based on studies by WHO, CDC, and other world institutions, Kespro studies Women’s Empowerment, Unsafe Abortion, Teenage Pregnancy, Maternal and Child Health, Family Planning, Sexually Transmitted Diseases, Infertility, and Cervical Cancer. and we propose a new domain, namely Fetal Programming – preparing the brains of future owners (From Fetal Neurons to Nation Building) as well as agents of change – making a difference and being problem solvers in the field of reproductive health above both in the surrounding community and Indonesia.


Additional curriculum changes, namely Matriculation specifically for D4 Health graduates with the aim of equalizing subject competencies by taking courses set by the Master of Reproductive Health Sciences study program, Cell Biology course which was moved from semester 1 to semester 2, and adding new courses namely general reproductive health where with the aim of being able to expose students to get learning experiences that inspire/motivate graduates to contribute to solving problems or making real differences that can be obtained with case studies, direct involvement in the community/Puskesmas to experience real reproductive health problems or epidemiological research as conditional increase is necessary.


The Master of Reproductive Health Study Program has a vision to become an independent Master of Reproductive Health Study Program that excels nationally and internationally in Education, Research, and Community Service, and to produce graduates with an entrepreneurial spirit and behavior based on religious morality.


1. Organizing superior education and having scientific competence in the field of reproductive health

2. Develop dynamic applied research for assessment, problem-solving, and development of reproductive health science and technology that can be published at the national and international levels.

3. Applying research results in community service activities in the field of reproductive health.

4. Organizing study program governance that supports the achievement of visions related to the field of reproductive health at the international level.


is to increase the knowledge of human resources related to the development of basic services in the field of reproduction, in particular: on utilization in the field of infertility, women’s empowerment, maternal and child health, family planning, prevention of unsafe abortion, prevention of sexually transmitted diseases, cervical cancer, teenage pregnancy as well as contributing to the preparation of future generations as well as in community service in the field of reproductive health so that they are able to become problem solvers and agents of change in the development of the field of reproductive health

Degree Name

Master of Health (M. Kes) (Master of Reproductive Health)

Course Intensity

Full time

Study Mode

On Campus

Intake Period

Admission of new students is divided into 2 stages, namely odd and even semesters with the following information:


1. Odd Semester admissions for graduate students:

– Bachelor of Medicine

– S1 Midwifery

– S1 Nursing

– S1 Public Health.


2. Even Semester, admission for students graduating from D4 (following the Bridging Program 1 Semester:

– D4 Nursing

– D4 Midwifery


Reception schedule on the website

Length of Study

2 years (4 semesters)


Indonesian Accreditation Agency for Higher Education in Health (LAM-PTKes) with number SK 0648/LAM-PTKes/Akr/Mag/XII/2021 is accredited with grade A (excellent)