Sebelas Maret University - Faculties

Faculties

The university has nine faculties providing courses at the diploma, undergraduate, professional, and specialist levels. Some graduate and postgraduate courses are managed by the separate postgraduate program.

  • Faculty of Lawhttp://fh.uns.ac.id/
  • Faculty of Letters and Fine Artshttp://fs.uns.ac.id/
  • Faculty of Social and Political Scienceshttp://fisip.uns.ac.id/
  • Faculty of Economicshttp://fe.uns.ac.id/
  • Faculty of Educationhttp://fkip.uns.ac.id/
  • Faculty of Medicinehttp://fk.uns.ac.id/
  • Faculty of Mathematics & Natural Sciencehttp://mipa.uns.ac.id/
  • Faculty of Agriculturehttp://fp.uns.ac.id/
  • Faculty of Engineeringhttp://ft.uns.ac.id/
  • Postgraduate Program
  • Doctorate Program

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