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The Committee

Chair : Dean of Engineering
Prof. Dr. Ir. Bambang Sugiarto, M.Eng.

Advisory Committee:
Prof. Dr. Ir. Dedi Priadi, DEA
Dr. Ir. Sigit Pranowo Hadiwardoyo, DEA

Editor-in-chief :
Prof. Dr. Ir. Bondan T. Sofyan, M.Si

Editor:
Dr. Ir. Wiwik Rahayu, MT
Mulia Orientilize, ST., M.Eng
Dr. Ir. Gabriel S.B. Andari. K, M.Eng
Dr. Ir. Gandjar Kiswanto, M.Eng
Prof. Ir. Yulianto S. Nugroho, M.Sc., Ph.D
Muhammad Baqi, ST., MT
Dr. Ir. Dodi Sudiana, M.Eng
Dr. Ir. Anak Agung Putri Ratna., M.Eng
Taufiq Alif Kurniawan, M.Sc.Eng
Dr. Ir. Winarto, M.Sc
Prof. Dr. Ir. Anne Zulfia Syahrial, M.Sc
Dr. Ir. Myrna Ariati M., M.S
Ir. Herlily, M.Urb. Des
Dr-Ing. Ir. Dalhar Susanto
M. Nanda Widyarta, B.Arch., M.Arch
Prof. Ir. Sutrasno Kartohardjono, M.Sc, P.hD
Ir. Kamarza Mulia, M.Sc., Ph.D
Ir. Mahmud Sudibandriyo, M.Sc., Ph.D
Dr.Eng. M. Sahlan, S.Si., M.Eng
Ir. Fauzia Dianawati, M.Si
Ir. Erlinda Muslim, M.EE
Dr-Ing. Amalia Suzianti
Tikka Anggraeni, M.Si
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Welcome to FTUI

On behalf of the Faculty of Engineering Universitas Indonesia, I would like to extend our warm-
est welcome to all students joining us this year. Our faculty is one of the largest faculties in the
Universitas Indonesia and is proud call our self as one of the leading education and research
institution in Indonesia. With the support of our faculty members, we provide great learning and
research environment for our students.

This 2012 Academic Guidebook is intended for all students of the Undergraduate Program (Regular,
Parallel, International), Master Program and Doctor Program, to be used during their study at the
Faculty of Engineering Universitas Indonesia. Curriculum, syllabus and academic staff are listed,
as well as all support provided for you. The information contained within this book is also useful
for those considering of continuing their study in engineering field at the Universitas Indonesia.

Within this guidebook, you will also find general information on FTUI and all of our Departments/
Study Programs, education system as well as the curriculum and syllabus of subjects taught at
all of our Undergraduate, Master and Doctor Programs in our seven departments: Department of
Civil Engineering, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Department of Electrical Engineering,
Department of Metallurgy & Material Engineering, Department of Architecture, Department of
Chemical Engineering, and Department of Industrial Engineering.

Lastly, I would like to convey my gratitude and appreciation to all faculty members which have
helped with the compilation of this guidebook, especially the Vice Dean, Associate Dean for Aca-
demic and Research, Faculty Secretary, Heads and Vice Heads of Departments, the committee and
all informants. Let us move forward towards making Faculty of Engineering Universitas Indonesia
as a leading engineering education institution which produces graduates with the competencies
and attributes that are sufficient to be able to compete in the international community.

Depok, July 2012

Faculty of Engineering Universitas Indonesia
Dean,

Prof. Dr. Ir. Bambang Sugiarto, M.Eng.

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CONTENTS

Foreword i

Contents ii

1. Profile of FTUI and Departments 1

2. Academic System and Regulations 31

3. Facilities and Campus Life 45

4. Undergraduate Program
4.1. Undergraduate Program in Civil Engineering 62
4.2. Undergraduate Program in Environmental Engineering 97
4.3. Undergraduate Program in Mechanical Engineering 115
4.4. Undergraduate Program in Marine Engineering 140
4.5. Undergraduate Program in Electrical Engineering 155
4.6. Undergraduate Program in Computer Engineering 191
4.7. Undergraduate Program in Metallurgy and Materials Engineering 208
4.8. Undergraduate Program in Architecture 232
4.9. Undergraduate Program in Architecture Interior 261
4.10. Undergraduate Program in Chemical Engineering 286
4.11. Undergraduate Program in Bioprocess Engineering 323
4.12. Undergraduate Program in Industrial Engineering 345

5. Professional Program for Architect 364

6. Master Program
6.1. Master in Civil Engineering 370
6.2. Master in Mechanical Engineering 402
6.3. Master in Electrical Engineering 431
6.4. Master in Metallurgy and Materials Engineering 456
6.5. Master in Architecture 469
6.6. Master in Chemical Engineering 492
6.7. Master in Industrial Engineering 506

7. Doctoral Program 518

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1. PROFILE OF FTUI AND DEPARTMENTS

1.1. HISTORY OF FTUI Faculty of Engineering was officially established
AND DEPARTMENTS

in Jakarta without any official ceremony
PROFILE OF FTUI

The history of the Faculty of Engineering, or celebration, under the banner of the
Universitas Indonesia (FTUI) began with an University of Indonesia as youngest faculty.
offer made from young engineers belonging And so the history of the Faculty of Engineering
to the Society of Engineers Indonesia (PII), to Universitas Indonesia began with the first three
the first President of the Republic Indonesia, Study Programs with their respective Head of
Bung Karno, for the renovations of the heav- Study Programs: Ir. Sutami as Head of Civil
ily damaged main streets of Jakarta. At that Engineering Study Program, Ir. Ahmad Sayuti as
time Jakarta was preparing for the Interna- Head of Mechanical Engineering Study Program
tional Sports Event, the GANEFO. This bid was and Ir. K. Hadinoto as Head of Electrical
welcomed by President Soekarno. The young Engineering Study Program.
engineers were granted permission to start
the renovations under the condition that all The Metallurgy and Architecture Study
work must be completed within two weeks Programs were opened the following year
period. Headed by Ir. Bratanata, Ir. Roosseno, with their respective Head of Study Programs:
Ir. Sutami, and Ir. A.R. Soehoed, the project Dr.Ing. Purnomosidhi H. and Ir. Sunaryo S.. Ir.
was completed on time. Roosseno as Dean was assisted by Ir. Sutami
After successful accomplishment of the street as Vice Dean for Academic Affairs, Ir. Slamet
renovation project, these young engineers with Bratanata as Vice Dean for Administration
their iron will felt that there was more that and Finance and Dr. Ing Purnomosidhi H. as
they could do to serve our country. But what? Vice Dean for Student Affairs and Alumni.
Then they thought of a brilliant idea: “Why not In its early acitivities in 1964, Faculty of
establish an engineering faculty in Jakarta as Engineering UI was supported by 30 lecturers
an alternative to the one in Bandung? This way and 11 non-academic employees offering a
those residing in the country’s capital would 32 course subject curriculum. The first class
not need to travel far to Bandung for an engi- of Faculty of Engineering UI consisted of 199
neering education”. students. In five and a half years, 18 of them
During the ceremonial event of Lenso dancing had successfully completed their study and
at the Pembangunan Building (formerly known graduated as certified Engineers.
as Pola Building) to welcome the GANEFO
guests of honor, the young engineers brought In 1985, the study program Gas Engineering
their idea to President Soekarno to which he (originally under the Metallurgy Study Program)
responded by inviting them to the Presidential joined the study program Chemical Engineering
Palace the next day. During the meeting in the (originally under the Mechanical Study Program)
Presidential Palace, the President wholeheart- and formed the Gas and Petrochemical
edly approved of the idea and even directly Engineering Study Program with its first Head
appointed Prof. Ir. Rooseno as the first Dean of of Study Program, Dr. Ir. H. Rachmantio.
the Faculty of Engineering. The President also The Industrial Engineering Study Program,
instructed that the new Faculty of Engineering the youngest Study Program in Faculty of
would be part of the University of Indonesia Engineering UI, was opened in 1999 with its first
under the leadership of its Rector, dr. Syarief Head of Study Program, Ir. M. Dachyar, M.Sc.
Thayeb. The term Study Program was later changed to
Department and is still used today.

The Establishment of Faculty of Engineering
UI 1.2. VISION AND MISSION OF FTUI
FTUI Vision
Once dr. Syarief Thayeb served as the Minister
of Higher Education and Science, he issued FTUI as a leading engineering education in-
Decree No. 76 dated July 17, 1964 regarding stitution with the ability to compete in the
the establishment of the Faculty of Engineering. international world.
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Eko Tjipto Rahardjo.D. Ir. M.Sc Dr.Eng. Dr. Dr. Tommy Ilyas. The following are list of Head of Department. Nandy Putra Prof. Ir. holders’ needs through facilitation of Dr. Drs..Ing. Dr. Board of Professors Secretary of Faculty and Head of FTUI Admin.Eng. Ir. Herlily. Eng Dr. Yanuar. Ir.-Ing. Ir. M. Ir. Widodo W. DEA. Dr.Sc Prof.Eng tives that responds to local. Dr. Ir. Ir. Alumni and Cooperation: Prof. Ir. M. Tafsir Nurchamid. Ir. M. M. Nandy Putra Prof. nance and General Administration Affairs: Ir. Ir. Gumilar R. national and global societal needs.FTUI Mission: • Preparing its graduates to become lifelong Departments learners. MSc. Dr. Ir. Sutanto Soehodo. Des Dr. Bagio Budiardjo.Urb. Ir. Dr. M.Eng. Ir. M. Ir. Dr.Eng Prof.Eng UI Dr. M. M. M. MSc Affairs: Architecture: Dr. Dr. to serve stake. Anondho W. DEA Prof. T. Deputy Rector for Human Resources . DEA Prof. Dr. Ir. ST. Dr. Sc. Dr. Dr. Ing. Soemardi Associate Dean for General Affairs: Prof. Purwanto.Eng Associate Dean for Academic and Research: Prof.Ir. Dr. Prof. Wiwik Rahayu. MEng Rector: Metallurgy & Materials Engineering: Prof. Dr.Eng Prof. Muhammad Anis. PROFILE OF FTUI Civil Engineering: AND DEPARTMENTS • To be center of excellence for education and research activities. Raldi Artono Koestoer Associate Dean for Student. Nugroho. Development and Industrial Cooperation: Prof. Dr. and to acquire decent and Vice Head of Department: personalities and leadership qualities. Mahmud Sudribandriyo. Ir. Gandjar Kiswanto. MM Prof.Si Chemical Engineering: Deputy Rector for Research. Sutrasno Kartohardjono MSc. SE. Dedi Priadi. Winarto. ing environment. Djoko Hartanto. Dr. Sunardji. Dr. M.Si Vice Dean: Prof. Budi Susilo Soepandji istration Center: Prof. Somantri. Prof. Fi. Harinaldi. Yulianto S. Dr. Ir. Asvial. Ak.Sc Ir. Dadang Gunawan. Fauzia Dianawati. Prof. Ir. Sigit Pranowo Hadiwardoyo. M. Bambang Suharno Deputy Rector for Academic and Student Dr. Irwan Katili.D FTUI Industrial Engineering: Dean of Engineering: Prof. Dr.S. Hendri D.Eng Prof. Ing. Dodi Sudiana. Bambang Sugiarto. Dr. Ir. Zagloel. Bambang Sugiarto.Eng Head of Salemba Office: Prof. M. M.Sc Associate Dean for Commercial Venture: Prof. Ir. Bondan T. Dr. M. Yuri M. Ir. Ph. Ir. Ir. Irwan Katili. Dr. Ir. Ir. derSoz. Dr. Ph. Dr. Tresna P.Sc. Ir. Dr.3. M. to be able to adapt to the work.. Dr. Prof. Prof. Sofyan. Dr. Budiarso.Ir. Dipl. Prof. M. Ir.Si. Dr.M. Prof. Budiono.Eng.Met Kemas Ridwan Kurniawan. DEA. M. M. I Made Kartika. Ir. UI and FTUI Administration Dr. MT conducive academic environment. M. Ir. Prof. Mechanical Engineering: • To be a leading institution with the initia- Prof. Harry Sudibyo 3 . Prof. Ir. DEA. Ir. M. MEng Electrical Engineering: 1. Ir. M.

Slamet. M. Korea. Iwa Garniwa. Axel Hunger. M. Ir. and one Professional Program Prof. (5) Electrical Engineering. Dr. Gunawan Tjahjono. M. 1. Dept. Johny Wahyuadi Mudaryoto Science and Engineering. Dr. Ir. Ir. Dr. SE. Muhammadi twelve Undergraduate Study Programs: (1) Prof. Ir. Ir. James-Holm Kennedy... Nanomaterial dan PROFILE OF FTUI Prof. Ir. Emirhadi Suganda. M.Eng Biomedical Engineering Prof. (9) Prof.D System Engineering Prof. Riri Fitri Sari. Ir. MT Advanced Materials. Nasikin. M. Ph. trical Engineering.Si Lyon. Ir. M. M. Ir. M. D Institue for Transport and Safety Engineer- Prof. M. PhD. T. Nanyang Technological AND DEPARTMENTS Prof. ACADEMIC PROGRAMS AT FTUI Prof. Yeungnam Uni- Prof. Ph.France. Ir. Dr. (11) Bioprocess Engineering. Zagloel. Ir. Eddy S. Ir.Eng.. Ir. MT Prof. Dr. Chia-Fen Chi. Sulistyoweni W. School of Material Prof.. Benyamin Kusumoputro. National Taiwan University Prof. Australia.Sc. Bambang Suharno Prof. Ecole Centrale de Prof. Sutrasno Kartohardjono. Ir.T ficial Complex Systems Engineering. Kalamullah Ramli. Dr. Dr. INRETS (French National Prof. Ir. Sar Sardy. M. M. Arch. Ph. of Arti- Prof. Engineering. neering. ICT Prof. Setijo Bismo. Anondho W. Dedi Priadi. Ir. (3) Mechanical Engineering. Djamhari Sirat. Anne Zulfia. and six Doctoral Programs: (1) Civil Engi- Prof. Dr. Sofyan. Soetedjo Dipl. Ir. Freddy Y. Ir. Ir.Sc.Eng agement Prof. Sidharta S. Zuhal. Dr. Ir.Eng.Eng Science and Technology. for Architect Japan. Ir.D Civil Engineering. Yuri M. (12) Indus- Prof. (7) Metallurgy & Prof. (7) Industrial Engineer- Hawaii. Triatno Yudo Harjoko.Sc. Ir. Dr.-Ing. Rudy Setiabudy. Mechanical Engineering Prof. M. Abimanyu Takdir Alamsyah. Bambang Suryawan.. Singapore. M..University of Chemical Engineering. Fumihiko Nishio. Germany. MT. Manufacturing and Medical Engi- 4 neering. Ph. Dr. MK. USA. Kagoshima University. Nanomaterial dan Energi Prof. Dr. Dr. Ph.4.D ing. Kyoo-Ho Kim. (4) Metallurgy and International Adjunct Professor Material Engineering.Eng versity of Technology. Dr.Sc rine Engineering. (3) Elec- burg. Dr. Nji Raden Poespawati. Chiba University. Dr.D ing). seven Master Programs: (1) Prof.Sc Prof. Harinaldi. Boey. Ing. Dr. Remote Sensing Engineering. M. Dr. M. FTUI consists of seven Departments and Prof.Sc. Ir. Japan. Dr. Ir. (2) Mechanical Engineering. of Industrial En- Prof. Ph.Sc versity. School of Me- chanical. (5) Architecture.Eng University. M. Queensland University of Technol- .Sc shima University. Ir. Yusuf Latief. Ir. Interior Architecture. Josaphat Tetuko Sri Sumantyo. Dr. (6) Chemical Chiba University. Siradj.S (6) Computer Engineering. Kozo Obara.C.-Ing. M. Suyono Dikun. ing. Ir. Chit Chiow (Andy) Tan. Dr. (4) Metallurgy and Material Prof. SKM Materials Engineering. Widodo Wahyu P. Ir. (6) Prof. Adjunct Professor Prof. Soewondo B. Rinaldy Dalimi. Queensland Uni- Prof. Ir. (5) Architecture. Ir. Dr.Sc. Ir. (2) Mechanical Engineering. M. (4) Ma- Prof. Martin Betts. Ir. (8) Architecture. M. M. University of Duis. (10) Chemical Engineer- Prof.D ogy. Bernard Cambou. Dr. Dept. Dr.Sc. Japan. Dr. Transport and Safety Prof.Eng. Dr. Nanomaterial dan Energi Prof. Dr.EE neering. Ir. Dr. (3) Electrical Engineering.. Ir. Hiro- Prof.. DEA Prof.MM Prof. Bondan T. Prof. M. Dept. of Nanostructure and Prof. Ir.MT Japan.Sc. M. Dipl. (2) Environmental Engi- Prof. Prof. Artificial Complex Prof. Ir.. Dr. Dr. Industrial Man- Prof. Abdulkadir. DEA gineering. MS Prof. DEA ment and Engineering. Faculty of Built Environ- Prof. Dr. Dr. Roekmiyati WS. Australia. Dr. Prof. Katsuhiko Takahashi. DEA Prof. Kamarwan Civil Engineering.Sc trial Engineering.

Metallurgy terial Engineering. Civil Engineering (A). Civil Engineering. Metallurgy and Materials Engi- neering (A). neering (B).5. Environmental En. ing to meeting society’s fundamental needs for 5 . Chemical Engineering (A). neering. The double degree PROFILE OF FTUI AND DEPARTMENTS ing accreditation level for all study program cooperation with Monash University involves in the Faculty of Engineering: for Bachelor the study programs Metallurgy & Material En- Programs: Civil Engineering (A). students will also have a choice to continue their final two years at FTUI as part Accreditation for Doctoral Program is as fol. In 1995 ing. Metallurgy & Material Engineering). Chemical Engineering (A) and Industrial neering education in the international level. Electrical Engi. The dou- Engineering (A). The Extension Undergraduate Program in FTUI was established in 1993. Industrial Engineering study program opened their extension program in 2002. Engineering and Electrical Engineering. Metallurgy & Material Engineer. while Extension Undergraduate Program Mechanical Engineering is waiting for the an- nouncement. Electrical Engi- Education (BAN-PT) has awarded the follow. Mechanical. DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL with the following renowned Australian higher ENGINEERING education institutions: Queensland University of Technology (QUT). Architecture and Chemical Engineering the Chemical Engineering study program (Gas have been accredited by the ASEAN University and Petrochemical) followed suit and finally Network (AUN). this program was held by four study cal Engineering. International Undergraduate Program this program is merged with the Parallel Un- (Double-Degree & Single Degree) dergraduate Program with the credit transfer mechanism. discipline and encompasses many specialties. Mechanical Engineering Chemical Engineering and Metallurgy & Ma- (A). ning. Marine Engineering (B). Electrical Engineering (A). involves the study programs Chemical Engi- tecture (A). Architecture graduate program provides high quality engi- (A).1. Accreditation of FTUI Academic Programs The double degree cooperation with QUT involves the study programs Civil Engineer- The National Board of Accreditation for Higher ing. GENERAL tin University of Technology. Electrical Engineering (A). Faculty of Engineering has estab- lished an international undergraduate pro- gram in engineering (double-degree program) 1. Monash University. Cur. ble degree cooperation with Curtin University Metallurgy & Material Engineering (A). Electrical Engineering. The double gineering (B). Since 2011. of the newly opened Single Degree Interna- lows: Civil Engineering (B). Civil engineering can be described as the uate program will be awarded a Bachelor of application of engineering to civil society. turn to FTUI and fulfill certain requirements. Electrical programs (Civil. Archi. Mechanical gineering and Chemical Engineering. This international under- and Materials Engineering (B). Indus. Graduates from this international undergrad. Mechanical Engineering. with Computer Engineering (B). degree cooperation with the University of Queensland involves the study programs Me- Accreditation for Master Program is as follows: chanical Engineering. Chemical Engineering (A). the Departments of Mechani. Engineering (B). The University Civil engineering is the oldest engineering of Queensland and The University of Sydney. At the begin- In 2008 & 2010. other study programs to follow. Architecture. tional Program. neering and Architecture. Metallurgy & Material trial Engineering (A). Since 1999. Since 2011. Engineering degree from our Australian Uni- versity partner and a Sarjana Teknik degree Civil engineers apply the principles of engineer- from Faculty of Engineering UI when they re. Electrical and Engineering.

The Civil Engineering Department strives to be a professional and globally recognized Civil engineering education is to prepare institution in civil engineering education and students to be master planners. management system neering (Civil Engineering Study Program) and • To develop our excellent education and Environmental Engineering (Environmental research environment Engineering Study Program) since the year • To improve continuously our human 2006.id outdated transportation systems. this accreditation was terminated accordingly.ac. The vision for the Civil Engineering Study Pro- gram is to be preeminent in creating environ- 6 . Indonesia bridges.eng. AND OBJECTIVES OF Program is accredited by BAN-PT as well.id/sipil disasters. The assessment VISION OF CIVIL ENGINEERING STUDY grade is above the passing grade determined by PROGRAM . to changes in their policies. and in the private sector from individual homeowners through to interna. VISION . Civil engineers work on all levels: in the pub. However. Objectives in education is along the lines of The Civil Engineering Study Program was ac. development. credited Badan Akreditasi Nasional Pendidikan 2.ui.FTUI: AUN-QA. complex environmental issues. and natural http ://www. construction. MISSIONS. and managers of various civil system. the objectives of study programs. housing. Civil Corresponding Address engineers deal with the design. to contribute to advancement of Council of Institution of Structural Engineers science and technology. to contribute to Indonesia national The Civil Engineering Study Program is ac. Objectives in research are: Board of Moderators of the Engineering 1. C. to improve the relevance of the Chartered Institution of Building Service En. CIVIL ENGINEERING STUDY PROGRAM – FTUI The Department of Civil Engineering was as- sessed ASEAN University Network – Quality Assurance Program (AUN-QA). the Civil Engineering Department has the right to use the “AUN-QA” certification. dams. to contribute to betterment of society Tinggi (BAN-PT) with the highest level for the through quality professional and com- undergraduate and master level programs and munity services. MISSIONS and OBJECTIVES OF lic sector from municipal through to national CIVIL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT – FTUI governments. The Civil Engineering Study Program of. VISION tional companies. as well Telp: +62-21-7270029.ac. (ISE).ui. 7871786 PROFILE OF FTUI as other challenges such as deteriorating in- Fax: +62-21-7270028 frastructures. supported by a reliable management constructors. research. Objectives in community service are : 1. The Environmental Engineering Study VISION. Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE). sanitation. due development of current science. and buildings. designers. canals. Email: sipil@eng. AND DEPARTMENTS Kampus UI Depok 16424. including works like roads. and the other necessities of a modern society. OBJECTIVES A. engineering works. resources fers master level and doctoral level education in civil engineering as well. dan 2. credited internationally in 2001 by The Joint B. transportation. learning process towards the gineers of the United Kingdom. the first accredited doctoral program in Indo- nesia. Departemen Teknik Sipil and maintenance of the physical and naturally Fakultas Teknik Universitas Indonesia built environment. MISSIONS The Department of Civil Engineering – FTUI • To develop further our reliable offers undergraduate programs in Civil Engi.

Water resources • Adaptive 6. to prepare gradu- ates with understanding of professional ates with understanding of professional ethics and responsibility. • An ability to operate software and exper- GRAM – FTUI imental equipment required in planning. to produce graduates who have effective to produce graduates who have effective communication skills. Environmental impact assessment. problem tery of fundamental knowledge. AND OBJECTIVES OF EN. designing. gineering solutions for civil infrastructure. managing. designing. environmental infrastructure. Air pollution 7. ations. ity to engage in life-long learning • An ability to design and conduct experi- ments. engineering experimental abilities. context. Environmental sanitation 5. and design capabilities in civil ronmental engineering with understand- engineering with understanding of sus- ing of sustainability and global consider- tainability and global considerations. with sustainability considerations. ronmental engineering complex systems nate effectively. and problem solv- VISION OF ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING ing in environmental infrastructures STUDY PROGRAM – FTUI • An understanding of regulations and stan- The vision for the Environmental Engineering dards in planning. MISSIONS. designing. Program graduates are: • Technical competence and problem solv. Drainage • Communicative 4. as well as to analyze and interpret VISION. ethics and responsibility. data. and managing environmental infrastructures for: • Collaborative 1.mentally-conscious and globally-oriented en. MISSIONS OF ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING STUDY PROGRAM – FTUI: MISSIONS OF CIVIL ENGINEERING STUDY PRO- • To contribute to betterment of society GRAM – FTUI: PROFILE OF FTUI through quality research and professional AND DEPARTMENTS • To contribute to betterment of society community services in environmental through quality research and professional engineering with sustainability consider- community services in civil engineering ations. and an abil. • To prepare graduates for leadership roles. constructing. • To prepare graduates for leadership roles. and problem solving in environmental in- ing globally-oriented engineering solutions for frastructures 7 . engineering experimental solving skills. Drinking water treatment 2. Study Program is to be preeminent in creat. OBJECTIVES OF CIVIL ENGINEERING STUDY OBJECTIVES OF ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEER- PROGRAM – FTUI : ING STUDY PROGRAM – FTUI: The objectives of the Environmental Engi- The profile of Civil Engineering Program Study neering Study Program is to provide graduates graduates is as follows: who are professional and competence in plan- • Competence ning. ing skills in design and analysis of envi- • An ability to communicate and coordi. and with understanding of global and societal • A recognition of the need for. to prepare gradu- communication skills. • Technical competence and problem solv- standing of global and societal context. The competence of Environmental Engi- ing skills for design and analysis of civil neering Study Program graduates are: engineering complex systems with under. problem solving skills. in environmental engineering VIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING STUDY PRO. and design capabilities in envi- abilities. Liquid and solid waste management • Professionally ethical 3. managing. Pollution prevention The competence of Civil Engineering Study 8. • To ensure that graduates will have a mas- • To ensure that graduates will have a mas- tery of fundamental knowledge.

ac. Hydrology and River (Ir.id (Ir. Irwan KATILI. M. Head of Civil Engineering Program: UI.com (Ir. PhD. Asian Institute of Prof. MSc.ui. Program: M. Paris Sud. Alan Marino. Dipl.ui.D. terment of the human society and protecting Dipl. Prof. SKM. DEA Transportation Head of Environmental Engineering Alvinsyah. ing. Dr. Laboratory: ITB.Sc. Dr. MEng. Dr. elkhobar@eng. Institut fur Wasserwirts- haft.ac. Univ. s_weni@eng. ITB) Transportation 8 . PhD Bambang Setiadi. Dr. Budi Susilo Soepandji. engineering projects ui.id (Ir. UI). M. Hartono. Univer- CIVIL ENGINEERING sity of Wisconsin. ellen@eng.id (Ir.. Dr. Sutanto Soehodho. UI). UI) Structure Laboratory: Cindy Rianti Priadi. MSc Environmental Head of Mapping and Surveying Laboratory: Damrizal Damoerin.UI) Infrastructure Management Head of Department: Prof. Transportation PROFILE OF FTUI and function on multi-disciplinary teams. MS id (ST. • An understanding of legal aspects in plan. Ir. and an understanding of professional and ui.ac.ui. M. cindy.S. Geotechnic UI. alvinsyah_2004@yahoo.katili@ ning. Hartono. Prof. Ir. Project Man- Head of Soil Mechanics Laboratory: agement Ir. MSc. Siti Murniningsih. Prof. DEA Construction Management.Eng USA) Transportation Head of Structure and Materials Ayomi Dita Rarasati.ac. Sheffield University. alanmarino@eng. UI. Universite Tech- solving in environmental infrastructures. MSc. UI. Ann Arbor. latief73@eng.id (Ir. managing. Prof. Ir.. UI). IKIP Jakarta. Elly Tjahjono S. Ir.HE. University Paris-7- Head of Transportation Laboratory: Paris12-ENPC. Ir. Ellen SW Tangkudung. W. djokomh@eng..ui. Tokyo University. Hannover) Water Resources Prof. 2010) Ir. UI) Environmental Dwita Sutjiningsih. UI..ac. dwita@eng. and problem gmail.E. MS. Widjojo A Prakoso.-Ing. DEA. Dr. Prof.id (Ir. Ph. Dipl. Dr. ITB. ITB. M. Dr. Ir. Irwan Katili. UI). Dr. UI. M. ayomi@eng.ac. Dr.ui.ui. suyonodi- STAFFS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF kun@gmail. Univ. Djoko M. Dr. Yusuf Latief. M. Dr. Dr. UI.id Laboratory: (ST. Irma Gusniani.ui. SKM. UI. Ir. DEA Full-Time Faculty Vice Head of Department: Dr.id (Ir.priadi@eng. UI. DEA. MT..ac. Institute of Hydraulics Enginee- Board of Professors ring (IHE).. yadi_bambang@yahoo. UI. Technology) Environmental ui. UI). Prof. Prof. USA) Prof. SE.Eng. Dr.id (Ir. ITB. MT. Wisconsin Madison Univ. Dr.id (Ir.ac. Paris.id (Ir.com (Ir.com (Ir. QUT Australia) Dr. DEA. MSc. UI. Kandidat Dr.ui. Institute of Sanitary Engineer- the environment.UI) Environmental Prof. Ir. SE. Wiwik Rahayu Alan Marino. UI. ronmental systems and infrastructure for bet. Ellen S.Sc. Structure and an ability to manage environmental Prof. Irwan Katili.Eng. nique de Compiegne. University of Michigan.ac.ac. Ir. MT. Tangkudung. UI. Dr.ac. AND DEPARTMENTS • An ability to communicate effectively Prof. damrizal@eng. Ecole Centrale El Khobar Muhaemin Nazech. M. Asian Institute of Technology.ui. Dr. SE. irwan. Ir. Ir.UI. UI. MSc (Ir. Ir.ilyas@eng. budisus@ Management eng. Sulistyoweni Widanarko.com Head of Hydraulics. Project ethical responsibility Management The profile of Environmental Engineering Study Program graduates is as follows : Adjunct Professor The profile of Environmental Engineering Pro- gram Study graduates is able to design envi.Eng. M. Suyono Dikun. t. Ir.id (Ir. Eng.id Ir. Ir. designing. Prof.ac. Geotechnic ui.Sc Dr. UI) Geotechnic Head of Sanitation & Environment Djoko M.Tommy Ilyas. tanto@eng.ac. UI. Prof. Dr.

id (Ir.id (Ir. Asian Institute of Technology) Universite’d”Orle’ans) Structure Structure Irma Gusniani. Dr. MT. id (ST.id (ST.ac. Ecole Centrale Paris) Dr-Ing.id (Ir. UI. maberawi@eng. agah@eng. PhD.Eng.ac.ac.ui. Oxford Brookes University) ENGINEERING Construction Management: Project Man- agement Mulia Orientilize.ac.ui. Rina Resnawati.ac.id (Ir. Purnomo Margono.ac.ac.ui. ui.Elly Tjahjono.id (Ir. wprakoso@eng. latief73@eng. Siti Murniningsih. Syahril A. MSc.ui.5. DEA. rinaresnawati@eng.ac. tjahjono@eng. Dr. jrastandi@eng.ui. which are: Mechanical Engi- 9 .ui. rjs@eng. UI. ITB.ui. PhD. UI. Cornell University) Munchen) Structure Geotechnic Leni Sagita. toha@eng.ac. Leeds Univ. Tokyo) Environ- technic mental PROFILE OF FTUI Essy Ariyuni.ac. CES. MSc. Dr. id (Ir. MSc.id (Ir.ac. setspd@eng.Eng.id (Ir. Asian Institute of Technology. Msi. erlybahsan@yahoo. Univ.id Widjojo Adi Prakoso.ui.id (Ir. DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL Malaya.of Southampton) Transporta. UI. University of 1. NTUST) Geo.id (Ir.ac. Unsri. MSc. purnomo@eng. dwinanti@eng. Hokkaido Univer. UI.com (Ir. in November 27 1964 at Salemba.id (Ir.Agr. madsuri@eng. MT. ITB. ssarwanto@eng. sigit@eng. UI.ui. UI) Water Resources Management Resources Management Heru Purnomo.ui. UI. MSc.ui. Jachrizal Soemabrata. Dr. Structure previously known as Mechanical Engineer- Nahry. Melbourne Univer- University of Technology) Structure sity) Sustainable Urban Transport Firdaus Ali. UI.ui.ac. UI) ing Study Program. Dr. ITB.ac.ac. NUS.ui. leni@eng. UI. ui. henki@eng.ac. (ST. MSc. UI.ac. herupur@eng. University of Colorado) Tri Tjahjono. R. M.ac. MT. ITB. Dr.ac. nahry@eng. UI) Structure UI) Structure Erly Bahsan. herr@eng.id (Ir. UI) Transportation Sigit Pranowo Hadiwardoyo. Kandidat Dr. ENTPE Lyon. ITB. MSc.ui.id (Ir. Rahim. yuskar@eng. Univ. UI.Eng. UI) Wa- Iwan Renadi Soedigdo.ac.ui.ac. The department was Transportation established together with the launch of the Nyoman Suwartha. Kandidat Dr. UI) Yuskar Lase.ac. firdaus108@hotmail. MS. UI. Kandidat Dr.ac. UGM.Eng. essy@eng. Dr. M. Dr. PhD. UI) Water ronmental Resources Management Gabriel Sudarmini Boedi Andari.ui. elly@eng.id (Ir.ui.Eng.ac. wrahayu@eng. Dr. Jakarta. ITB. Structure Dr. Nanyang Technological University) The Department of Mechanical Engineering.com ter Resources Management (Ir.ui.ac.ac. sitimurni@eng. Technische Universtat id (Ir. Michigan State University) Water Undip. Ecole Centrale de Paris) Geo- Management: Project Management technic Madsuri. Setyo Supriyadi. UI. irma@eng. MT. mulia@eng. UI. M. PhD. RR. nsuwartha@eng.id (Ir. ITS. Ecole UI. University of Wisconcin) Envi. Dwinanti Rika Marthanty. Insa de Lyon.ui. TH Darmstadt) Structure Transportation Herr Soeryantono. Singapore) Construction DEA. UI. Setyo Sarwanto Moersidik. UI) Structure Kandidat Dr. AND DEPARTMENTS University of Wisconsin. Dr.ui. Technische Hochschehule Darmstadt. Structure MSc. MSc. DEA. M. University of Colorado) Environmental University of Surrey. UI. id (ST. Prof. Perancis.Sc. Yusuf Latief. Dr. Universite’ Blaise Pascal. Centrale de Lyon. sity) Environmental Nowadays there are 2 study programs within the department. Ecole Centrale de Lyon) Structure Martha Leni Siregar.ac.ui. Kandidat Dr. M.ui. RMIT.id (Ir. Dr-Ing. irs1210@yahoo.ac. DEA.id (Ir. UI.ac. UI.ui. Universite’de Southern University) Environmental Montpellier II) Environmental Heddy Rohandi Agah. ITB.com (ST. MT. Texas ui. M. Henki Wibowo Ashadi. M.ui.ac. leni@eng.id (Ir.id (ST. Kandidat Dr.id (ST.id (Ir. GENERAL M. syahril@eng.id faculty of engineering Universitas Indonesia (ST. Leeds University) Transportation Josia Irwan Rastandi.id (Ir.2. andari@eng. UI. DEA.ui.ui.ac.Kom.id (Ir. Quensland UI.ui. MT. DEA. MT.id (Ir. Wiwik Rahayu. Toha Saleh.ui.Eng. UI) Project Management tion Mohammed Ali Berawi.id (ST. PhD. MSc. Dr.

Conduct the scientific research focused into Energy Conversion.  both  at the  level of  Ir.  According fields. cation  in  Indonesia  is part  of  the National Education System which aims to develop the A  more  detailed  explanation of  each of  the intellectual  life of the nation  through the courses organized by The Mechanical Engineer- development of  human resources  to  carry ing and Marine Engineering  Study Program.  the Department  of sionalism  in  the field of Mechanical  Engi- Mechanical Engineering has also gained inter. In education. While 9001: 1008 for quality management system. In 2011. to  analyze  and  solve any  scientific  problem. Developing nations are very dependent of hu- man  resource development. to the degree. Engineering. Manufacturing Process and also the basic AND DEPARTMENTS of Industrial operational and managerial. edu. the Department of Mechanical tion of the ASEAN University Network (AUN). research activity become the major aspect in the Doctoral Degree. The me- chanical engineering study program also re. Master of national recognition in the form of accredita. has a goal to pro- the rules and laws of marine. thinking.  with  a  lofty and International class) Master Degree and intellectual  attitude. quality and stakeholder satisfaction. or PhD. and mechanical equipment as well as manag- cational institution. The department of mechani. the Department of Mechani- the education which focused into Ship design. mented through the student centered teaching velop international education and excel in their activity(student centered learning). Since August 2007. designing and planning  systems oil and gas industry. namely : petence. neering. The In order to develop human resources for the PROFILE OF FTUI Marine Engineering study program provide life of the nation. 3. heavy duty engine. cal  systems. Higher edu.  imple. ship mainte. cal  science  and technology  and  a continu- cal Engineering once again received the ISO ous intake of the educational process. research institution and ing the  production  installation. degree and doctoral degree curriculum has been pursued. cal engineering organized several programs. courses from a higher degree (Master and Doc- the developments of human resources become toral) by using the credit transfer regulation the key of national development. With good hu. through the Fast Track Program. tency-based  academic  curriculum  is  imple- partment  of Mechanical Engineering  to de. Resource  is In the 2012 curriculum design.  and  other  supporters  of the  gradu- 10 . activities  is  to  be a  reference to  any  aca- nance. In 2008. cal Engineering  has set a goal  of three main Ship manufacturing process. Product De. the de. the description of the main  academic  com- harma Universities”. the field of devotion and service to the commu- Certification by international agencies is one nity. Therefore. in the curriculum design the mission and goals. of the design between bachelor degree.  logical  and  integrated. Parallel. so it is possible for a student man resources are expected to achieve the life with an excellent academic record to take of prosperous and affluent nations. developed the design of compe- This again  shows the commitment  the De.  goals. work together  in teams. selves  and  their knowledge. ship machinery installation and also demic activity. Hold a higher level education study program provides the knowledge which 2. as stated by the firm through the vision.  pattern of  systematic Doctoral Degree. master ment and develop the nation’s life. play a role  in  the development of  mechani- gram. neering Study Program and Marine Engineering Study Program. To answer the demand of graduate academic ceived the highest academic accreditation programs  that  have  the character  of leader- point according to the National Accreditation ship and excellence in academic and profes- Board in 2005. aims to provide ideas and direct involve- of  management’s commitments  in quality ment in quality improvement and enhancement management. The Department of Mechani. out three main activities of the so-called “Trid.  and  develop them- which are: Bachelor Degree (Regular.  Department  of Mechanical the ISO 9001: 2000 for quality management Engineering  has a goal  to contribute  and system in Mechanical Engineering Study Pro.  In the field partment of mechanical engineering received of  research. Perform the Community service sign. The graduates duce  graduates who are able to  analyze of the mechanical engineering have worked and synthesize the characteristics of mechani- in several areas such as automotive industry. to ensure and enhance academic of community and industry.  and be able other industries. Masters. The mechanical engineering 1. the integration people  who set  the direction.

“Become the center of the excellent research and dhiputra_made@yahoo.. Dipl-Ing. Dr. koestoer@eng.id (Ir. UI. Ir. 1987.. Ir. M. Dr. Ir. Eng. Gandjar Kiswanto.id (Ir. Design. MSME. MEng Prof. DEA tion for the development of science and tech. Dr. Dr. 1990) Product Design. Universitas Indonesia) Thermodynamics Mission Prof. Dr. Dr. Leeds Univ.ui.ac. Dr. 1978.- education service in Mechanical Engineering” ing Karlsruhe University.id (Ir. Gandjar Kiswanto.ates of each program of study..ac. MEng.. Harinaldi. UI.de Poitier.ui. Ir. I Made Kartika Diputra. 1986. Bambang Soegiarto. Ir.ac. MSc. Dr. Tresna P. 16424. UI.ui. Engkos A. Ir.Eng. Ph. M. M. yulianto@eng. 1995. Head of Department : Composite Dr. Yulianto. AND DEPARTMENTS Kampus UI. M. Dr. Head of KI. 2000) Fire Safety Engineering Head of Thermodynamics Laboratory: Prof. Yanuar. Ir.Eng. Statistics Head of Air-conditioning Engineering Laboratory: Dr-Ing. Wahyu Nirbito. M. Head of Manufacture and Otomatization Keio Univ. UI. Tel.ac. Soemardi forts  and  its use  to  improve the  quality of tresdi@eng. MSc. 1994. Idrus Alhamid Contact Head of KI.Sc Dr. 1994) Combustion VISION AND MISSION OF THE Engine DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL Prof. harinald@eng. Dr . 1972.eng. MSc. MT. UI. En- ergy System Vision Prof. Budiarso. Warjito.Eng.. 1991.ui. Hokkaido Univ.D. M.ac. Paris XII nology  in the field of  mechanical  engineer.Eng. MSi. 1996. Univ. Prof. nandyputra@eng. life and humanity. Ir. Ir.Kelompok Ilmu (KI) following section. Ir. 1992. Ir.ui.Eng. UI.id (SE. http ://mech. DEA Conduct research and research-based educa. 1977. Dr. UI) Fluid Mechanics. Ir. Putra Prof. Yanuar. Ir. Univ. Bambang Suryawan Prof. are given in the Head of Science Group. ENGINEERING NUS.Eng e-mail : mesin@eng.ac.id (Ir. Ship Drag and Propulsion Design Laboratory : Prof. UI.ac.id (Ir.. France. Nugroho.Eng. suryawan@eng. Dr. M. Japan. UK. Head of Mechanical Technology Laboratory Leeds Univ. Dipl. UK.. Dr. UI. tem Fluid Dynamics. MSc Vice Head of Department: yanuar@eng.-Ing Nandy S. UI. Yulianto S. 1992. 1985. and conducts research and education ef. mftbd@eng.ac. Head of Heat Transfer Laboratory : Dr-Ing. Dr.Eng. MSc. Ir. Dr. Gandjar Kiswanto. +62 21 7270032 Board of Professor: Fax +62 21 7270033 Prof.ac. Laboratory: Japan. 1992. Dr. 1997. Ecole Centrale de Paris France. Ir. Nasruddin Adjunct Professor: Head of Ship Design Laboratory: Prof. UI. 1996.id (Ir.ui. 1998) Fluid Head of Mechanical and Biomechanic Mechanics. Hiroshima Univ. Ir. Japan. Dr.Eng. UI.com (Ir.S. Dr. UI. Japan. M. 1980.ui. Macufacture and Department of Mechanical Engineering Otomatization: PROFILE OF FTUI Universitas Indonesia Dr. 1994.ac. Ir. Dr. Ir.id (Ir. Japan.ui.id Hokkaido Univ. Dr.. ITB. Harinaldi. UI. Kosasih Energy Conversion Head of Fluid Mechanics Laboratory : Prof. Depok.ui..ui.Eng. Danardono A. Jepang. Raldi Artono. Ir. M. 1980. Ir. Dr.id bangsugi@eng. 1985. Germany.Reacted Sys- Dr. MEng.. PhD. M.id (Ir.ac. Dr. Tokyo Head of Laboratory Metropolitan Univ.ui. Ir. M.Eng. Tokyo Metropolitan Univ. 2004) Thermofluid 11 . M. Dr. 2001) Thermofluids. 1984) Heat Transfer ing. M. Energy Conversion : Dr. 2002) Heat Transfer. Keio Univ.Eng.Eng. Dr.

Chonaam Univ. UI 2004.UI) Manufacturing Karlsruhe.com (Ir. PROFILE OF FTUI a.net. Energy Conversion Dr. Thermody.UI. gatot@eng.ac. UI. 2000. 2003. ungnam Univ.ac. M..Germany. CAnd MSEng. UI.ui. Nasruddin Numerical Method. Automatization. gandjar_kiswanto@eng.ui. M. ITB. bho@pacific. Building Mechanical System. UI.Ing. UI.ui.ac.ui.ac. Dr..id (Ir.Eng Toyohashi Univ. Mecha.id (Ir. Of Technology. 1977. UI.ui..ac.Braunschweig) Dynamic. Multi. visualization and kosri@eng. Doctor Cand. System. 1991. Ship MACHINERY.ui. gunawan_kapal@eng.UI. 2006) Heat Transfer.com (ST. ldrus Alhamid prianto@eng.id (Ir.ui. 1982.id (ST.. UI. 1993) Engineer- Japan.id (Ir. 1995. Dipl. 1994. MT.ui.. UI. Cand. UI.UI) Ship- Ing. 1992.id (Ir. Doctor-UI) Mechanical Design. 1985. Cand Doc. Kyushu Univ.ui. UI. 1984.id (ST. Robotics. Machining UTM-Malaysia 1999. DEA. jos@eng. UI. . 2010.id (Ir. axis Machining R. MSc FH Offenburg. 1998) buiding Design. 1998.ac. 2011) Fracture ing Drawing. Ul-Maryland Univ. 1996.ac. Energy Conversion ment. USA) Heat Transfer.ui. UTM Malaysia. Keio Univ. Power Generation Hendri Dwi Saptioratri B AND DEPARTMENTS Agung Shamsuddin hendri@eng.id (Ir.Yeungnam Univ. UTM . UTM-Malaysia. Dr.Sc. Manufacturing Performance tion Assessment Ahmad Indra Siswantara Imansyah Ibnu Hakim a_indra@eng. Process 2002) Gasification.id (ST. MT. Dr. 2012).ac. Cand.id (Ir. 1997. MT. M. Yeungnam Univ.Eng. 1977.Eng.ui.ac. 1998. Univ. 2010) Ship Structure. 1981. 1992. for Manufacture and Assembly Manufacturing Henky Suskito Nugroho Agung Subagio gagah@eng. 1982. UI. 2004. adisur@eng. 1996.shamsuddin@gmail. Leuven Belgium.id MEng.ui. Ventilation 12 Resistance and Propulsion System System . Dipl. Dr.id (ST. UI.. UI. 2002.id (Ir.. Air Dryer.ui. Cand of (ST. Dr. MEng – Keio University 2005. UI. Danardono Agus S. d’Orleans France. 1991. MT.UI. MT. KU Leuven Belgium.. 1987. Automotive Engineering Mechanics. Engineering Drawing Refrigeration Engineering. 1985. Cand Doctor Fluid Dynamics (CFD).1995. 2010.tresno@yahoo. 2012). Ecole Centrale de Lyon 1989.ac. Doktor Ye- Doktor. UI. Dr. Full-Time Lecturers : Hadi Tresno Wibowo Adi Suryosatyo hadi. Dr.ui. 2007. Design tor . Strenght of Materials Rusdy Malin Gunawan rusdi@eng. 1988) Drying Manufacturing Performance Assess.. KU Leuven Belgium.1982) Power Genera.ac. UI. UI. Heat and Mass Engineering. ing.id (Ir. 1984. 2000. UI. Control Engineering anas@eng. 2004.ac. M. Gatot Prayogo danardon@eng.ui. UI.Malaysia. UI.) Robotics.Eng. UI. UI. imansyah@eng.2011 namics Microfabrication Ario Sunar Baskoro Mohammad Adhitya ario@eng.UI.ui.id (Ir. MT.) CAD/CAM.id (ST.ac. mamak@eng. Cand Doctor . Engineering.) Microfabrication. MT. madhitya@eng.-ing.UI) Heat Transfer.ui. Prianto M. RWTH-Aachen) Refrigeration Engineer- 1995.ac. Advanced CAD/CAM. MT.ui.id (Ir.ui.Eng. Unhas. UI. 2004.ac.ui. 1978. Cand Doctor . FTUI. Gandjar Kiswanto KU Leuven Belgium.id (Ir.UI) 2010. Engkos Achmad Kosasih 2012) Ship design. Otomotive tronics System Bambang P. 1989) K. Karlsruhe. MT. Energy Conversion Ardiansyah Jos Istiyanto ardiyansyah@eng.id (Ir. agsub@eng. Keio Univ. MME.UI.ac. Muhamad Baqi Thermo Dynamics baqi@eng. 2007. 1997) Computational M.UI.ac.id (ST.U.ui.. UI.id (Ir.ac. MIKomp. Doctor .ac. M.id (ST. Japan. 1998. Dr.ac. Fluid Mechanics .UI. 2003) Itelligent Ridho Irwasnyah Manufacturing System. modelling.ac. STEP-NC. UI. Manufacturing System Marcus Alberth Talahatu Budihardjo marcus@eng. Dr.ui. 1980. ridho@eng. UI.ac.

In order to achieve such vision. Since 2006. Scotland. 2011) Microfabrication THE TARGETS 1. VisiOn AND MissiON UI. (5) Telecommuni- of technology. Providing high quality and accountability November 27th. Shipyard Design and always improved to new technology in electri- Layout cal engineering. and research in the field of electrical en­ Univ. Dr . 1964. and developing software and hardware. Univ. and institutions.UI. Eventhough the classes in management and organization. UI. 1964. Dr. 1987. (3) Computer Engineering. Gas Turbin the department has defined its mission to Warjito produce Electrical Engineering graduates who are able to compete beyond the national warjito@eng. 2002) Fluid Mechanics. 1999. by conducting researches. and building Design.Tokyo Metropolitan Univ. Eng. Maintenance Engineer. either local or was established at the same time with the overseas.ui..2.ac. 2000. FH-Aachen. with: GENERAL 1. “Jurusan Lis- trik” has been changed to “Jurusan Elektro”. Dr. 13 . MSi . research Faculty of Engineering.id (Ir. Pisa. 1996) Engineering Drawing. Engi- neering Materials The department has the vision to become Wahyu Nirbito a high standard of excellence in education bito@eng. of excellent educational process. Cand.) bachelor education in this globalization area Microfabrication. Dr. Since 1984. 1992) Ship. ration with other universities. had been started since October 17th. establishment of Faculty of Engineering on 2.ac. THE GOALS which has been named again as The Depart- ment of Electrical Engineering in 2004. of Minessota USA. 1982. research activities. professional ethics according to advancement (4) Electronics Engineering.5. Providing education and research collabo- The Department of Electrical Engineering. DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING To achieve high quality and internationally standardized education and research.Sugeng Supriyadi THE OBJECTIVE OF EDUCATION sugeng@eng.ui.id (Ir. The objective of the Electrical Engineering Doctor .ac. UI.id staff and international reputation in specific (ST. excellent ing management and organization. gineering. 2011) Vibration Engineering.ac. There The undergraduate program of the Department are five streams available in this department.ui. (2) graduates capable of designing in the field of electrical engineering based on Control Engineering. 2005. both AND DEPARTMENTS Sunaryo systematically and practically. UI. technology development though the support Piping System. trainings and other business studies: Electrical Power and Electronics & activities. to respond to the vast growing engineering Hokkaido Univ. Providing funding resources. UI.. of Electrical Engineering is aimed to achieve namely: (1) Electrical Power Engineering.id (ST.ac. At 3.ac. as “Jurusan Listrik” consisted of two fields of consultations.id (Ir. Engineering Materials propose a logical engineering solution. Tris Budiono M tribuma@eng. PROFILE OF FTUI Control. Cand. UI. Yeungnam Univ. international Yudan Whulanza standard of competence of the teaching yudan@eng. The students are naryo@eng.ui. labor market. Universitas Indonesia agencies. which are the beginning of the establishment. the De. Fabrication Process is to be able to analyze engineering problems.ui. sufficient to achieve the targets in points partment of Electrical Engineering was named 1) and 2) above. MSME. 2004. The graduates will be capable MEng.. 1988. Hokkaido Univ. 1981. Telecommunication. 1980. also required to have capabilities in designing Strathclyde Univ.ui. cation Engineering. MSc.id (Ir. 2007. MSEng. supported by the right and proper method. computer engi- neering stream became a new study program: Computer Engineering Study Program (CESP) in the Department.

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and mathematics. Networks and Protocols.Tomy Abuzairi. areas of metallurgy and materials science and Taiwan. MT. students obtain a foundation in the major versitas Indonesia 2009. the department has totally gradu- ated almost 2000 graduates with a degree in bachelor of engineering. maradens@eng. to conduct scientific research. the first academic activity was only activities including teaching and learning pro- attended by 25 students. to the major classes of engineering materials.. Ministry of National 2002. NTUST. the department kept continuing and is also committed to carry out higher level developing its academic activities.PHK-A4 (2004) of engineering with applications of these prin- o Improvement for external ciples to metallurgy and materials behaviors. 17 .. 2009. physics. in-depth experience in another engineering Universitas Indonesia. Universitas Indonesia. Univ. educations. Uni. erties and selection. and 24 doctoral students. At the beginning of first semester of 2011/2012.ui.Eng. 2004. Students gain AND DEPARTMENTS Yan Maraden Sinaga.id (ST.4. the department had stopped ac- of national education system. on November 5th creditation Board. the department GENERAL has actively 426 undergraduate students. Computer Vision In 2011. As a part since 1969.5. non-metallic field compe- Emphasis is on the basic sciences and principles tence . computational methods PROFILE OF FTUI and in capstone design course. creed Department of Metallurgy and Materials • Establishment of master (1995) and Engineering as one of the departments within doctoral (2008) programs.Sc. Rector of Universitas Indonesia then de- Education (Year 1997 and 2007). Considering the high demand to produce quali- Department of Metallurgy was originally es- fied graduates and following current trends tablished as a study program under Faculty toward the global competition. and 11 gradu- AND MATERIALS ENGINEERING ates with a doctoral degree. and in by conducting three main activities known as the same year produced the first 7 graduates. 71 master students. Within met- allurgy and materials engineering courses. which o Internationalization of aca- is applied in engineering courses. the Faculty of Engineering. biotechnology which is applied in courses in materials prop- device. In 1975. the department Ever since. Artificial Intel- ligence. also considering the availability of of Metallurgy and Materials Engineering has resources within the department. and to provide community services. Engineering is structured to address problems • Grant awards from the Government associated with the metallurgy and design of of Republic Indonesia for: materials and materials processing to meet o Internal Improvement for the specific needs for a variety of industries. Following the idea.. For almost 6 years cess as well as research activities. such as: of Metallurgy consolidated its resources and • Grade A Accreditation for Under- studied the need to add “materials” to the graduate Program from National Ac- name. especially for the engineering materials-based During its development stage. • Establishment of ”Dual-degree” International Program with Monash The curriculum in Metallurgy and Materials University (2003). id (ST. As the science and technology progresses.ac. the depart- nation through human resources development ment began to accept students again.ac. 2009) Computer tive sequences. discipline through coordinated technical elec- Duisburg Essen. M. Universitas Indonesia in 1965. and regional competence – The students must obtain a broad foundation PHK-A2 (2004-2006) in chemistry. Metallurgy and Materials Engineering is com- Due to the lack of qualified lecturers and infra- mitted to continuously improve its academic structure. tridharma (“three duties”).. tomy@ee. which has the cepting new students and focusing the activity objective to develop the intellectual life of the to the existing students. Germany. the Department industries. 2012) Thin film nano-technology. DEPARTMENT OF METALLURGY degree in master of engineering.ui.Sc. optoelectronic device. M. Department of of Engineering. Department achieved several milestones. 81 graduates with a 1.

Ir. Faculty of Engineering. Metal- technological processes and are capable of lurgical Engineering. Corresponding Address Head of Processing Metallurgy Laboratory: Department of Metallurgy and Materials En- Dr. & Advance Material. gineering. Dr-Ing.. energy and nonmaterial – PHKI (2010-2013) • Establishment of Center for Materi. Bambang Suharno. UI.. Ir.ac.Sc.metal. .. Dr.Sc. STAFF OF THE DEPARTMENT OF METAL- ties in information technol. M. UI. & DEA. LURGY & MATERIALS ENGINEERING ogy. Ir. Kagoshima University (Japan). Metallurgical Engineering. Rini Riastuti. M. Materials Testing Laboratory (2010) Head of Mechanical Metallurgy Laboratory: Dr. demic and research activi.Si.ui. DEA.ui.ac.. Iron & Steel Making. Ir.Eng. Metallurgical Eng. Winarto.. anne@ academic basis and a comprehensive ability metal. Ir. Corrosion & Protection. the vision Metallurgical Manufacturing Process & of the Department of Metallurgy and Materi. education. Metallurgy Extrac- To achieve such a vision.ac. Dr.. Ir.Sc.ui. Head of Physical Metallurgy Laboratory: • ISO 17025 accreditation process for Dr.Phil. Department of Metal- tion. and international community. regional.ui. Vision University of Birmingham – UK. Ir. Dr.ui. M. UI. in metallurgy and materials engineering and Eng. Prof. University of Sheffield – UK). and community service. Eddy Sumarno Siradj. Head of Chemical Metallurgy Laboratory: Nanyang Technological University Dr. Dr-Ing. • Intensive academic and research col- laborations with international institu- Head of Laboratory tions. (Singapore). jwsono@metal.id (Prof. Metal Casting and Alloy Design .id Ir.Eng.ac. Ir. Sutopo. M. Indonesia and Faculty of Engineering. such as Monash University (Aus- tralia). Dr. M.Sc. a venture unit to support Vice Head of Department the materials engineering community Dr.ac. DEA. Ir. Fax: +62-21-7872350 Head of Corrosion & Metal Protection Labo- Email: info@metal. and industry (2001).id ratory: http://www. siradj@metal. Universitas Indonesia Head of Metallography & Heat Treatment Laboratory: Kampus UI Depok 16424. Johny Wahyuadi Soedarsono. lurgy and Materials Engineering put its mission: to produce high quality graduates with strong Prof. VISION AND MISSION OF THE DEPARTMENT OF METALLURGY & Board of Professors MATERIALS ENGINEERING Prof. & M. Anne Zulfia.ac.id (Prof. Metallurgical Engineering. Univer- In line with the vision and mission of Universitas sity of Sheffield – UK). M.Eng. Ir. 18 Mineral Processing. al. Bambang Suharno PROFILE OF FTUI (CMPFA). Composite Materials playing an active and dynamic roles in nation. M. Rini Riastuti. M. Dr. UI. Thermo-mechanical Control als Engineering is to become a metallurgy and Process. Head of Department AND DEPARTMENTS als Processings and Failure Analysis Prof. Andi Rustandi. Ir.id (Prof. Dedi Priadi. Ir. suharno@ metal.. Ir. Indonesia Phone: +62-21-7863510 Dr. materials engineering center of excellence in Prof.. Dr-Ing.Phil.. research. Ir. MT. Ir. Polimere et materialux de Stras- Mission bourg – France). Technical University of Aachen – Germany). Dr.id (Prof.ui. Mineral Processing. Yeungnam University and KITECH (Korea) (since 2006). Management. Myrna Ariati.

Vrjie Univ. (Ir. DEA. M.ui. bridge. UI) Polymer Composite Ph. Dr. Processing. Ir.id (Ir.. Bio-Polymers structured and Advanced Materials. UI .id Sotya Astutiningsih. UI . M.Sc Yeungnam University – Korea). UI. M. UI). Corrosion & UI.Ir.dhaneswara@ eng. Full-Time Faculty Reza Miftahul Ulum reza@metal.T. Ir.ui. (S. TU Delft. Metal Forming. Netherland. University of Wiscounsin . UI .T. Dedi Priadi. sotya@metal.Si.D.ui. Casting and Alloy Design.id (ST. Metal Forming.Tech. M.T. Yeungnamm University UI. Boey. Environment.ui. Kandidat Dr. Metal. UI.USA). Adjunct Professors Prof.id (S. MS.Eng.ui. ITB . Sari Katili.ac. UI.ac. Dr. UI).ui. riastuti@metal. UWA – Australia). Mineral Belgium. M. Material Cha- Prof. Ecole Muhammad Anis. Swansea. PROFILE OF FTUI Materials Processing and Heat Treatment AND DEPARTMENTS MT. UI. M. dedi@metal..ac. Synthesis of Materials & Waste Materials Badrul Munir.D Can- (Korea). rials and Membran Technology. M. Katholieke Universiteit Leuven.E. University of Monash – Aus.. Chalmer University.Sc.ui.ui. Nano Technology. ITB. Protection.id (Dra. & Dr. M. UI .id nano-materials (Ir.T. UI des Mines de Paris). Freddy Y. Welding Design.id (Ir. UI) Solar Cell Materials and Rini Riastuti. PhD. UI. Bondan Tiara. Tohoku University – Japan). bpriyono@metal.id (Prof.ac. bondan@ Donanta Dhaneswara.Sc. Kyoo-Ho Kim.id gy. Sutopo.id (SSi. of Cam.ac.ac. UI).A. of Wales. . Metallurgical Engineering.T. M.ac. (Ir.ui. Alfian Ferdiansyah alfian@metal.Met &Ph.id (Ir.ui. chalid@metal. Universitas ui.ac.ui. Ph. NUS – Singapore).Si. rustandi@metal. M.ac. anis@metal. School of Materials Science Muhammad Chalid. Nano.id (Ir. D. Casting Univ. Candidate. bmunir@metal. jaya@metal. School of Materials Treatment & Powder Metallurgy Science and Engineering. Univ. Andi Rustandi.ui. (Eng).Sc.ui.ui. University Sheffield. donanta. UI.ui. Metallurgy & Geo-polymer. winarto@metal. M. lurgy of Aluminum Alloy.Sc.ac.ac.. Cemical & Corrosion. M. racterization and Geo-Polymer Materials ui. USA). UI). Energy & Myrna Ariati Mochtar. deni@metal. Failure Analysis.Sc.ac. sutopo@metal. UI). UI. Failure Analysis of Materials. lands). Groningen University. Australia. and Engineering. MS.Si. PhD. sari@metal. UI. Electronic & Ph. Welding Metallurgy and Metallurgy Physic. M.id (Ir. England.id (ST. harjanto@metal. (S. Mechanical Processing.ac.ac. Kozo Obara. Univ. UI). Chemical Metallurgy.ac. materials & Biomedical Engineering UI. Catalist Material Winarto.id (Ir.ac. PhD. ahyuwono@metal. Amsterdam).D. Dr. Material Composite Material & Thermo-metallur- Bambang Priyono. myrna@metal.ui. Technical Univ. UI) Iron-Steel Metallurgy.Prof. saptono@metal.id (Ir.C.id (Ir. M. Renewable Energy. Science & Tech. Rahmat Saptono.ac. UI.id (Prof. University of Manchester Instute of Akhmad Herman Yuwono. Metallurgy Extraction.Sc Deni Ferdian. Dr. UI . UI. UI . 19 .id (Ir. UI . Electro- ui.ui. of Denmark.. Sweden.id Metal Recycling.T. Kandidat Dr. Polymer Technology. & Material Chemistry Kagoshima University (Japan).ac.id (ST. Metal Indonesia. Energy & nano-materials didate. of New South Wa- les.ac. UK). Nanomaterial. PhD.ac. Thermo-Mechanical Prof. UI. Department of Nano. UI). Ir.ui. Chemical Materials. Dr.ui. MT. Kandidat Dr. M. UI . The Nether- Prof.ac.ac. National Tech- nological University (Singapore). MT.Phil. Metallurgy & Technology. Ceramic Mate- tralia).id Sri Harjanto. Arif Rahman rahman@metal. Dr.Eng. Dwi Marta Nurjaya. M.D. UK).

the name of Architecture Major Department of Architecture at the Univer. Since 1996.ui. through the new curriculum (2012 Cur- ing. in addition to the two already mentioned earlier. Curriculum structure that is market-ori- General for Higher Education No. education is pre-professional. The sity of Indonesia (formerly known as Archi. completion time was 7 years with an Engi. fers to the development of curriculum in riculum) along with the application of prob. Since 2000 until 2012. supported by the units of 160 credits. Urban Design. 1. a merger of the basic Credit System (SKS) went into effect with a main courses of architecture went to effect minimum number of acquired semester credit which is its design aspect. The average duration of method of design.5. Real Estate. after 31 years 2. The core material of curriculum that re- 2000 Curriculum (streamline of the 1996 Cur. time. Property Develop- • Doctoral Program (S3 Program) of Met. At this of Metallurgy & Materials Engineer. curriculum focuses on four main points which a four year bachelor’s education program was are: implemented with a total of 144 credits. DEPARTMENT OF ARCHITECTURE • Technology and sustainability stream: Building Technology GENERAL In 2004. ment allurgy & Materials Engineering • Humanities stream: History and Theo- ries of Architecture. riculum). The average riculum. In the study was five years.5. UI).ac. Department of Metallurgy & Materials Engineer. 215/DIKTI/ ented for fulfilling the demands of pro- KEP/1996 dated July 11. and perfected through 2012 Cur- year full professional education. neering (ST). Then in 1978. Flexibility in following the development of existence. ism program (in collaboration with IAI) tive and student-centered learning (SCL). at UI received its decree by the Directorate 3. Department of Architecture national level. Urban Housing and Settlements 1.) degree. of Architecture program with 2 specializations gement. Yunita Sadeli. History and Theories of Architec- ing manages the course program as follows: ture and Urbanism and Building Technology • Under-graduate Program (S1 Program) and Sustainability were established. In the early days. AND DEPARTMENTS Over the years. research and theories. collabora.Ars) for the mas- through Presidential Decree No. and the title was still the 2012 Curriculum. education at of Architecture went through several chang- the FTUI Architectural Engineering Major was es. In the same year.Sc. 1964). 1996. the six specializations were stream- lined into three which are: • Magister Program (S2 Program) of Met- • Creative process stream: Architectural allurgy & Materials Engineering Design. Kandidat In the same year. 76 dated July ter’s. streamlined the curriculum by publishing the 4. Referring to the National Education Sys- ducing an academic degree Bachelor of Engi. yunce@metal. the Department 17. and not a pro- M. in the Architectural Design and Urban Design.Ars) for the bachelor’s and (FTUI) in Jakarta (established a year earlier Master of Architecture (M. pro. namely 2004 Curriculum followed by 2008 done through a system of per-level or per. UI. the Semester in the earlier periods. Indonesia in respect to the professional- lem-based learning method (PBL). changed to Department of Architecture. the master’s program has PROFILE OF FTUI STUDY PROGRAM grown into 6 streams. UK. the program opened Master Dr. Architecture Program of Study of science and technology. Curriculum. The and international standards which is the 2000 Curriculum established more clearly UIA. the specialization program of Urban Housing and Settlements. 20 that the direction for bachelor’s architecture . From the collection of a wide range of courses neer (Ir. tem based on Competence. Corrosion & Total Quality Mana.id (Ir. University of Manchester Institute fessional one. fessionals within national and also inter- Since 2000. The curriculum is more integrated. of Science and Technology. the adjustment of the Engineer (professional education). degree for its graduates was also changed tectural Engineering Major) was established from Bachelor of Engineering (ST) to Bachelor in 1965 under the UI Faculty of Engineering of Architecture (S.

addition. the form of bachelor’s single degree (8 semes- 21 . vironment sustainability. master’s. Curtin University (Austra- emphasizing the design aspects of interiority lia) and Politecnico di Milano (Italy). this program is intended to also received accreditation by the Higher Ed- strengthen the Department of Architecture as ucation BAN with a score of A (Very Good). the Bachelor Department of Archi- tution.id. In a leading architectural research-based insti. act practice. master’s to doctorate. a total of 5 years. Bachelors and master’s degree programs in tion of Architects Profession Program (PPAR). In addi- PROFILE OF FTUI in architecture. Education: produce graduates that mas- ter a certain competence in accordance with their respective education levels (bachelor’s. the opportunity to take courses outside the discipline of architectural discipline to spe. collaboration with leading universities in the tecture opened up a new study program which world such as the Queensland University of is Interior Architecture (bachelor’s degree). PhD student’s research is focused on tecture program has received its ‘Assessment’ two areas: major research areas (research from the ASEAN University Network (AUN) in based on architectural issues) and minor re. the education is done in a superior quality that has received national 1 year to produce graduates who are ready to and international recognition.ui. Technology (QUT). 2. VISION. for PPAR. since 2008 the UI Department of Archi. The learning pro- cess is done through the exploration of the VISION width and depth aspects of knowledge about Delivering a Higher Education Institution of the studied issues.ac. Dedication to the community: encourag- from bachelor’s. capable of competing at in- ternational level. doctoral.In addition to the Master of Architecture pro. UI Department of Architecture currently have For PhD program. Architecture and Interior Architecture with Meanwhile. thoughts. S1 students who have superior academic AND DEPARTMENTS Architecture study program allows the oppor. of Architecture at UI or partner universities In 2009. MISSION Build the institutional system of Higher Edu- cation for Architecture and Interior Architec- ture and maintain its superior productivity in the implementation of Higher Education (Tri- darma). ters at UI). Fig 1. in order to nur- enter the world of professional architecture ture future leaders who think critically. ing the application of practical and ap- Department of Architecture has also currently plied knowledge to the public in the form opened a Special International Class (KKI) in of empowerment. Education scheme of UI architecture 3. opened a PhD program and a one-year Educa. Graduates of PPAR are also possible wisely. Research: encouraging research works of excellence. 2010. and pro- fessional) with superior quality. to get a Master the science of architecture. achievement are able to get into a three-year tunity for those who want to explore the field Fast-Track program (bachelors) + 2 years of interior architecture which is in unity with (masters). The opening of this Interior tion. More profiles of FTUI Department of Ar- search area (related to specialized area of chitecture can be viewed virtually at the site: study) in which PhD program students have http://architecture. or in the form of double degree in gram. the Department of Architecture abroad. AIM 1. MISION AND AIM OF cifically support the knowledge. and are creative with global insights to make credit transfers to continue to pursue but still pay attention to local wisdom and en- the master’s degree. DEPARTMENT OF ARCHITECTURE – FTUI and methods of its major.

-Ing.D. Arsitektur FTUI. Guru Besar Arsitektur FTUI. Msc. Prodi Arsitektur Interior: Arsitektur. Perancangan Koord. Dipl. Prof.. Ph. Guru Besar 2008) (Ir. Dalhar Susanto versity of Canberra. Perancangan Arsitektur 22 . Univ. Ph. Arsitektur. Osaka. Arsitektur FTUI.Sc. Abimanyu T.D East London) Teori dan Metoda Perancan- (Ir. M.id Arsitektur. UCLA. Arsitektur FTUI. Depok 16424 Ahmad Gamal Telp:021 – 786 3512 (S.ui.D (Ir. Arsitektur FTUI. Universitas Indonesia Kampus UI.D. Melbourne. Arsitektur FTUI. M. MS. UI.Eng. Ph.Ars.Arch. MSc. Inggris. M. Uni. Urban & PROFILE OF FTUI E-mail: arsitektur@eng.Teknologi Bangunan.Eng. UI.D Candidate. of Miami) Per- Proyek. Antony Sihombing Ka. Ph. Perencanaan Kota dan Wilayah. 2007. Ir. Lab. Pariwisata dan Real Estate Prof. Metode Penelitian Arsitektur. in Town gan Arsitektur. 1983. 1979. Dr. Ph.Sc. Fotografi: Melbourne. M. Prof. Ph.Sc. M. Perancangan Kota.D. Ilmu Lingkungan man. Arsitektur di Kawasan canaan Kawasan Industri. Gunawan Tjahjono. ST..Urb. USA). Perancangan Arsitektur Planning. 1978. UC Berkeley. Ketua Departemen: Achmad Hery Fuad Kemas Ridwan Kurniawan. Arsitektur FT-UGM. 1986. A. Institute of Technology (AIT) Bangkok.. UI. Perancangan http://architecture. Perencanaan Kota & Wilayah berbasis masyarakat. Regional Planning. Perencanaan Peru- STAF DEPARTEMEN ARSITEKTUR mahan dan Permukiman Kota. Arsitektur FTUI. Arsitektur FTUI. Perancangan Arsitektur. ancangan Kota. Teknologi Bangunan.. Ir. 1975. Perancangan Arsi- USA.Sc Evawani Ellisa (Ir. MPD.ui. 2010) Manajemen gan Kota Proyek. Perumahan Kota Ka.Arch Teknologi Malaysia) Manajemen Proyek. University of Prof. Jerman) Perancangan Arsitektur. 1975. Waseda Uni- Sekretaris Departemen versity. USA. Ph.. Ir. Fisika Bangunan: Ir.D in Environmental Design. tektur 1989. Perkotaan dan Permuki- Thailand. Uni.Sc Dita Trisnawan (Ir Arsitektur FTUI.-Ing Dalhar Susanto Perancangan Ruang Luar Guru Besar Tetap Azrar Hadi (Ir. University of Wales. IPB.id Urbana Champaign.. Japan) Perancangan Arsitektur. Arsitektur Kota. M. M. Tri-Matra / Fab-Lab: (Ir. Dr. Peren- Metode Penelitian. College London. MSc. Ir. Corresponding Address Department of Architecture STAF PENGAJAR TETAP: Faculty of Engineering. MCP. M. M. M. 1992: (ST... Dr.. Univ.Triatno Yudo Harjoko. AA Perkotaan dan Pemukiman. Herlily. Toga H. Perancangan Pesisir. Lab. Australia.Arch. Sadili Somaatmadja. Dr. Dr. Australia) Manajemen Proyek.Des. University of Illinois architecture@ui. University of Ir. Emirhadi Suganda. M. Alamsyah. Pandjaitan. 2006) Manajemen and Town Design.Si. (Ir. Ph. Stut- Guru Besar dalam bidang Permukiman tgart. dan Perumahan Kota Teknologi Bangunan. Perumahan Kota.Ir. 2002) Guru Besar dalam bidang Perancangan Choesnah Idarti Erlangga Arsitektur (ST..ac. Perancan- UI. Arsitektur FT-UNDIP.Suburb Dr. Ir. 1991. Siti Handjarinto. MSc.ac.ac. Ph. Grad.D Universiti Prof. Lab. Asian (Ir. London AND DEPARTMENTS Fax: 021 – 786 3514 School of Public Relation.D. Arsitektur FT-UGM.Ilmu Lingkungan. M.id. Jepang). University of Ka. M.

D Architecture. M. Arsitektur nis.Arch. Arsitektur UI) Seni Rupa. Kemas Ridwan Kurniawan STAF PENGAJAR TIDAK TETAP (ST. London. University of Surrey. Teori Ary Dananjaya Cahyono dan Metoda Perancangan. Perancangan Arsitektur M. PhD. College /ASISTEN DOSEN: London. USA) Perancangan Kota. Arsitektur FTUI. Univ.Si. jarah Arsitektur. Dip. Fotografi Berkeley. Univ. ITB. Estetika Bentuk. Pusaka Perancangan Arsitektur. (Ir. Environmental Design. University of (Ir. Arsitektur FTUI.D Candidate. Grad. “Berkembang”.Arch. Perancangan Arsitektur. Ilmu Lingkun- Sosial Budaya Arsitektur dan Kota gan UI) Teknologi Bangunan. of Sheffield) Teknik Komu- nikasi Arsitektur. Teori Estetika. Nanda Widyarta (B. of Sheffield) Perancangan Arsitektur. USA) Perancangan Arsitektur. AA School of Architecture London). University of (Ir. Oklahoma Univer. Ekologi Kota University of Missouri USA) Interior 23 .College London) Perancangan Arsitektur. Ing- (Ir. Yulia Nurliani Lukito Harahap tate (ST. MURP. USA) Teknologi Bangunan. Seni Kriya.Science. Inggris.Ars.Ars. Yandi Andri Yatmo tur. Univ. Disiplin Ilmu.Hendrajaya Isnaeni Teguh Utomo Atmoko (Ir. Institute Kesenian Jakarta) Sheffield. M. Sejarah Seni. Perancangan Arsitektur. Teori dan Metoda Perancangan Arsitektur Sukisno (Ir. Grad. M. Arsitektur FTUI. (Ir. University gris) Perancangan Arsitektur. tur. Arsitektur FTUI. Australia.Sc.Des. Univ. sign. M. Studi Perkotaan Lintas Of Sheffield. Teori Perancangan Kota. Teori &Metoda Perancangan Arsitek- UI). M. Anna Zuchriana Paramita Atmodiwirjo (S. of Sheffield. Arsitektur FTUI. UI) Teknologi Cut Intan Djuwita Bahan dan Struktur.Des. Hawaii. M. M. FT-UGM. Per. Dipl. AA. Perancangan Arsitektur.Ds.Dipl. ITB). Adlien Fadlia sity. MSn. (S.. ory. Pandjaitan Herlily (Ir. Se.Urb. Har- vard University). Seni Patung ITB) Visual Arts. Metoda Penulisan Ilmiah AND DEPARTMENTS Toga H. M.Sn. Lifestyle and Interior De- Perancangan Arsitektur.(AA). (S. Pusaka Arsitektur. Fisika Ban- of Sydney. M.Arch. Peran- tur University of Melbourne. Seni Grafis Institute Kesenian Ja- (ST. Ph. M. Teori Achmad Sadili Somaatmadja dan Sejarah Arsitektur. Hukum Lingkungan. UK. Ph. Kajian Arsitek. Perancangan Arsitektur. Univ. Real Es. Arsitektur FTUI. M. of karta. Arsitektur Et- (ST. Iriantine Karnaya Perancangan Kota (Dra. Arsitektur FTUI. Arsitektur FTUI. Arsitektur Trisakti . Fisika Bangunan tektur.Hons. Permukiman dan Perkotaan di Negara (ST. MSi. Arsitektur. Ph. Arsitektur FTUI. Scu- tektur plture Siti Handjarinto Budi Adelar Sukada (Ir.Sn.Univ. Departemen Arsitek. Arsitektur FTUI. Inggris) Teori dan Sejarah Arsi- ancangan Arsitektur.Arch.Sn. UC gunan. Ph.D Architecture.Arsitektur FTUI.Sc. Arsitektur FTUI. FSRD. Architecture History & The. Architecture.D. M.Sc. Univ. Joko Adianto Sejarah & Teori Arsitektur. Psikologi Arsi. Australia) cangan Arsitektur. Real Estate. Hawaii. Senirupa FRS-ITB. Teori Arsitektur Arsitektur PROFILE OF FTUI Islam.Arch. Desain Interior.

MT. Teori dan Metode Perancangan. Fachochschule Department is to provide the highest quality Wismar.Sn.Arts In Architecture UC Berkeley Cali. ITB.Legoh (S.. Pitsburgh. Arsitektur UI). Desain Interior. (Dra. Perancangan Arsi. Perancangan Dyah Esti Sihanani Arsitektur. Lighting Design. Arsitektur UI). Sejarah Seni & Inte- Salford United Kingdom. Arsitektur. Filsafat UI). UI. Siti Utamini (Ir.Ars. MSc in Architecture Carnegie staat) Psikologi Arsitektur. FSRD.Ars. and experience conducting Kristanti Paramita research with current topics in the field (S. UK). Universitas Tarumanegara.Ars. Lighting Design. ropeo di Disain. (ST. Ferro Yudhistira Subandinah Priambodo (ST.D University rior Desain. Diane Wildsmith AIA. ITB. tektur. 1960) Etika Komunikasi Arsitektur Keprofesian. ITB). University of ITB).5. Desain Interior. Perancangan Arsi- tektur.A. Perencanaan Kota & Wilayah. Institut Kesenian Jakarta) M. Estetika.Sc. Desain Interior. UI). (ST. Perancangan Arsi.Ars. Tony Sofian (S. Teknik Komunikasi Arsitektur & Interior. education so that graduates have the necessary knowledge. Perancangan Arsitektur. ITB) Perancangan Arsi- Enira Arvanda tektur. University of of chemical engineering and biochemical Sheffield. Metode Perancangan Arsitektur. M. of Salford United Kingdom) Fisika Bangu- nan. Pschy. M. (S. Dipl. M. Palembang.Ars FTUI 2007) Dasar Komputer. Universitas Sriwijaya. MSn. Filsafat Seni. Teori Arsitektur. Master. Arsitektur.A) Perancan. (S. Perancangan Arsi- Embun Kenyowati tektur. Desain Interior tektur. Arsitektur UI). Institut Seni Farid Rakoen Indonesia Yogjakarta.S. Perancangan Arsi. The main mission of the Chemical Engineering MALD. ITB. Arsitektur UI). Arsitektur. Teknik Komunikasi Arsitektur. Teknik Komunikasi Arsitektur. TU West Berlin. Sri Riswanti Arsitektur Interior (Dra. Master of International policy and Practice George Rini Suryantini AND DEPARTMENTS Washington University U. Pusaka Arsitektur.Sn. Teknik Komunikasi Arsitektur. ENGINEERING tektur. M. Ph. (Ir. CAD/ Lighting Design ArchiCAD. Institute for Re- PROFILE OF FTUI gan Arsitektur gional Science & Planning University of Karlsruhe (TH). Arsitektur UI.6. Germany). Arsitektur UI).Arsitektur FTUI. Desain Interior. IKJ). Teknik (Dipl-Ing. Milan. Verarisa Ujung Han Awal (S.Ars.Sc. Desain Interior. Italy). DEPARTMENT OF CHEMICAL (S. Arsitektur UI. Psikologi UI. skills. engineering. (Dr. Arsitek- Gregorius A. RIBA Ratna Djuwita Chaidir (B. Gegana tur. MT. Apresiasi Seni. Germany).Ars. (Dra. Instituto Eu. Daarm- fornia.Ars.Sn. Teknik Komunikasi Arsitektur. Arsitektur. GENERAL Joyce Sandrasari ST. Seni Urban (S. Akustik. Starting from the opening of 24 the Gas Engineering Program and Chemical . Desain Interior. Mellon University. dan Industri Budaya. Rossa TG Simatupang (S. Irma Desiyana 1. Teknik Komunikasi Arsitektur. Perancangan Arsitektur.. Susi Harahap Finarya S.

PROFILE OF FTUI (BAN) and the ASEAN University Network It means that students could choose courses AND DEPARTMENTS (AUN). At the completion of their studies. By adopting this special Chemical engineering department offers five curriculum. without an educational background not in chemical engineering. sustainable energy. those recommended by ABET and the Bologna Process and on feedbacks from graduates and Chemical engineering department as one of industry representatives. In this double degree programs. chemical engineering before taking more The chemical engineering department advanced core graduate courses. Chemical Engineering For those who qualify. there is a fast-track (PSTK) and Bioprocess Technology (PSTB). Indonesia also has established double degree master Telp: +62-21-7863516 programs with National Taiwan University of Fax: +62-21-7863515 Science and Technology (NTUST) and Curtin Email: dept@che. http://www. and process Students in this international class spend intensification.ui. The department Kampus UI Depok 16424. usually under supervision present graduate competencies are based on of a qualified professor. get a Sarjana Teknik degree from UI and a Bachelor of Engineering degree from the Corresponding Address partner university. parallel. students will be awarded a Master of Engineering degree from NTUST or Curtin University. In order ten semesters instead of in twelve semesters.id University. international). The independent research. two study programs. industrial bioprocess technology.ac.Engineering Program in 1981. 25 . aiming at producing the departments in the Faculty of Engineering. Graduates of has been adhering to competency-based doctoral programs are expected to contribute principles starting in curriculum 2000 up to to the development of science by conducting the recently updated curriculum 2012. Curtin University and University of Queensland. international program students may choose to enroll in Chemical Engineering Department a single-degree program at UI following a Faculty of Engineering curriculum that is equivalent to the regular Universitas Indonesia undergraduate curriculum. students will the research activities of students. received a lot of government funding to support At the end of their study. This research theme is international classes in collaboration with three supported by four research groups: chemical Australian universities: Monash University. applicants with a non-chemical academic programs: undergraduate program engineering degree are recommended to (regular. Research activities conducted their first four semesters at UI. program that allows undergraduate students 30 permanent academic staff and about 800 to obtain both bachelor and master degrees in undergraduate and graduate students.id students spend their first year at UI and the second year at NTUST or Curtin University. Chemical The updated curriculum is now more streamlined Engineering Department at UI is now one of and integrated allowing students to take the leading chemical engineering departments elective courses previously only available in a in Indonesia having excellent accreditation study program (PSTK or PSTB) or available for from National Accreditation Board of Indonesia a certain level (undergraduate or graduate). Chemical Engineering Department has that are more suitable to their interest. and natural product design.ui. and doctoral program. The chemical and bioengineering for energy and chemical engineering department is conducting product development”. to enhance the role of the department in the Chemical engineering master’s program has era of biotechnology and life sciences. PSTB also prepared a special curriculum for those was opened in 2008.ac.chemeng. and spend at the Chemical engineering department has the subsequent four semesters in Australia. Since 2011. master take the chemical engineering undergraduate program (regular and gas management at core courses to master the fundamentals of Salemba campus). graduates who are educated and able to University of Indonesia has taken part in a contribute effectively to their communities research effort with the theme “Sustainable wherever they choose to live and work.

Dr.Eng gmail.ui. M. UI): Bioconversion (biofuel). Head of Chemical Process Intensification Ecole Centrale de Paris. University of New South in response to rapidly changing technology and Wales. UI.ac. PhD Prof. Ir. DEA UTC. Study Program : Prof. Prof. Head of Chemical and Natural Product Design UI): Modeling and simulation. France): Process Laboratory system engineering.Si. Widodo W.ui. 26 . ITS. Head of Laboratory Full-Time Faculty Abdul Wahid wahid@che. M. broad-based education and design experi- UI): Heterogenous catalyst.ac.ac. DEA and Dr.id (Ir. France): Ozone and Vice Head of Department plasma technology. ST. Yuswan Muharam. Slamet. UTM. Dr. PhD engineering problems. France): Sustain- able energy. Ir. France. ITB.id (Ir. M. MT Bambang Heru bambanghs@che.ac. Ir. PhD. VISION. DEA and Dr. Ir. UI. will also desorption in hollow fiber membrane develop important soft skills such as problem contractor.ac. Asep Handaya Saputra. membrane for efficient biomass produc- tion.n. Dr.id (Ir. and group skills. M. Sukirno. Heri Hermansyah. Dr.id (Ir. Roekmijati WS.Eng ment. UI. ITS. Dr. the Department will provide students with funda. Japan.ui. Ir.com (Ir.Sc. Ir.Eng and Dr. polimer. ST. Dr. Ir. process Ir. Dr.id (ST. MT slamet@che. MISION AND OBJECTIVES OF Head of Chemical Process System CHEMICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT Laboratory – FTUI Dr. UI. DEA Adjunct Professor Head of Bioprocess Engineering Prof. Dr. Setijo Bismo. Dianursanti. MT. M.Eng. Ir. Setijo Bismo. Japan. sutrasno@che.ac. Prof.Si (Ir. Tokyo Institute of Dr. M.sommeng@ Prof. Mohammad Nasikin.Eng.ac. Ir. Sutrasno Kartohardjono. Ir. Purwanto.id Head of Sustainable Energy Laboratory (Ir. MT. enabling students to address chemical Prof. M.id Head of Chemical Engineering (Ir. DEA Asep Handaya Saputra sasep@che. Widodo W. M. M. M. M. Japan): Composite material. Anondho Wijanarko. Sutrasno Kartohardjono. Prof.Eng Technology. Dr. and. UGM. Dr.nat.Eng quality of undergraduate and postgraduate mnasikin@che. Rita Arbianti. UI. Purwanto.. Ir. mental elements to develop in the profession Malaysia.Sc. UI. UI. Dr.ui. Furthermore. UI): Photocatalysis.id (Ir.ui. IPB): Industrial waste manage- Dr. UI. Ir. The Department seeks to provide the best Prof. utilization of hollow fiber solving. Widodo W. Australia): Gas absorption and societal needs and expectations. MSc. MT Head of Basic Process and Operation Laboratory AND DEPARTMENTS Vision Dr.ac. DEA Head of Department bismo@che. education.Eng PROFILE OF FTUI “To become a world class Chemical Engineering Department as center of excellence for educa. Ir. ” Prof. Head of Basic Chemical Process Laboratory MT.ac. Ir. communication. Mohammad Nasikin. UGM.ui. CHEMICAL ENGINEERING Tokyo Institute of Technology. Purwanto. Mision ENSIGC-INP Toulouse. Dr. Head of Bioprocess Engineering Laboratory natural gas transportation. Ir. M. DEA widodo@che.id (Ir. Dr. Dr. ence.ui. Study Program M. catalysis. Dr. Prof.Eng STAFF OF THE DEPARTMENT OF anondho@che. The Department will provide a Tokyo Institute of Technology. DEA ENSIGC Toulouse. UI): Bioprocess engineering.Si computation.rer. M. Board of Professors tion and research in chemical engineering.ui.ui. Prof. Laboratory Andy Noorsaman Sommeng andy.

Yuliusman usman@che.5.id (Ir. hydrocarbon Dr.ui.ui. Germany): Modeling and simulation oxidation processes.Eng. In 1998. UI. biomass conversion. The scope Muhammad Ibadurrohman ibad@che. and purifica- technology and global balance.ui.id (S. MT. University of Malaya. the Industrial MT. Muhamad Sahlan sahlan@che. New Zealand.ui. be one of the backbones for transforming our mental bioprocess engineering.ui. TUAT. Taiwan): manufacturing industry.ui. ITB. UI. USA): Controlled release of drug and bio. UI. MT.id (Ir. UI. Germany): Extraction.Eng and Dr.id Donni Adinata donni. UI.ac.rer.ui. ITB. UK): Fluid mechanics in UI): Tribology.Si.Eng and Dr. Japan): Elsa K. UI. Yuswan Muharam muharam@che.ui.Tech. combustion. M. Heri Hermansyah heri@che. waste to national industry to be more competitive and energy. M. catalysis for renewable. Budi detris@che.ac. Industrial Engineering Program was actually ITB. dustrial engineers. Hydrogen production via photocatalysis.7. PROFILE OF FTUI tion of microalgae. Dr. the program had UI): Natural product.ac. TU Dresden. PhD. ENGINEERING teaching-learning methods. biolubricant. UI. Kamarza Mulia kmulia@che.nat.id (Ir. M. M. M. Japan.ac. UI): Reaction engineering. due to the market ceuticals.Dewi T. gas and tion of smoke. M. M. ITS.ac.Eng.ui. Germany): Environ. ITB. Dr.Eng. Tohoku University. Mahmud Sudibandriyo msudib@che.ui. Tokyo Institute of Technology. teaching-learning methods. MT. ITB. MScEng. Oklahoma State Uni.ui.ui. M. AND DEPARTMENTS Dijan Supramono dsupramo@che. 1. UI.Sc and PhD. based on Decree lization and combustion by Higher Education Director No 207/DIKTI/ Praswasti PDK Wulan wulan@che. UGM. new status as department.ac. TMFB. Tania Surya Utami nana@che.Sc.Si. UI. MT UI. USA): Thermodynamics adsorption to a growing need of industrial engineers who & coalbed methane. Eny Kusrini ekusrini@che. Colorado School of Mines. Japan.Si. UI): Biomass production and CO2 fixa.ui. Process catalysis.com (S.Si.adinata@yahoo. UI.id (Ir.id (Ir. hydrocarbon separation. protein vehicles for nutra.ac.ac. PhD. which defines the current definition of in- UI.ac. nanocom.Si. Colorado School of Mines. UI): Magnetic effects on crystal. needs for a specialized mechanical engineers Nelson Saksono nelson@che. Malaysia): Liquid-liquid extraction. more autonomy and opportunity to enhance 27 .id (Ir.ui.id (S. MT. bioprocess ITB. Sukirno sukirnos@che. UGM.ac. achieve excellence.ui. DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIAL active compounds. Chalmers University. catalyst and Dianursanti danti@che.ac. Dr.-Ing.ac. Massey University. Part-Time Staff posites. UI. UI): Sustainable energy. Undip. GENERAL ITB.ac.ui. UI. M. Dr. Tilani Hamid tilanihs@che.ac.ui.ui. RWTH Aachen University. fluid phase equilibria.ac. Dr. USA): and biocatalysis. Japan): Protein formed in the mid 1970s as a part of Mechani- Engineering. of chemical process. NTUST. Sweden): Tokyo Institute of Technology. With the Rita Arbianti arbianti@che.id (Ir.id of the term industry is for both service and (ST.ac. UTM. Applied chemistry. Eva Fathul Karamah eva@che. Malaysia): Lanthanide. contribute to our nation’s welfare. MT. (ST.id (Drs. USM. catalyst. UI): Bioprocess.Sc. Kep/1998 dated June 30 1998.ui. UI. chemicals/petrochemicals. UI.id (Ir. and biocatalysis.com (Ir. Dr. MT.ui. UMIST. ITB. Mulia elsa_krisanti@yahoo. Reaction process engineering.id (Ir. Engineering Department was born. humanity gas and polluttan adsorption. UI.ac. cal Engineering Department.ac. Industrial Engineering Education is an answer versity.ac.id (ST. Industrial Engineers should Dr.-Ing.Eng. Dr. Malaysia. M. operations process efficiently and effectively to M.Sc and PhD.id (Ir. M.id (Ir.id (ST. have the capabilities of managing production or Misri Gozan mgozan@che. Setiadi hasbila@che.ac. lubricant. UI): Material and corrosion science.id (Ir. University of Heidel- UI): Wastewater treatment by advanced berg. Dr.id (Ir.

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calculate either IPS or IPK is as follows: culation tasks. and a thesis. Universitas Indonesia refers to the prevailing system of education at Universitas Subjects Indonesia. or. Subjects can be categorized as sisting of 16-18 weeks of lectures or other compulsory subjects and electives. 18-20 summation is a Grade Point Average (GPA) that 32 . ACADEMIC SYSTEM AND REGULATION AND REGULATION hours of structured activities. 1-2 hours of structured activities such as responsiveness or problem Semester Performance Index / solving. lab. practical work. They can be scheduled activities. most recent one in term of Indeks Prestasi Universitas Indonesia is held in a variety of Kumulatif (IPK) or GPA. seminars. Indeks Prestasi Semester (IPS) ties such as reading reference books. Also included in the called the Semester Performance Index (IPS) schedule are one week of midterm examina. lab. studio. semester in term of Indeks Prestasi Semester (IPS) or Semester Performance Index. All educational activities that (Bobotnilai x sks) (Grade Point Value x Semester Credit Unit) must be undertaken by each student to earn a bachelor’s degree are contained within the IP MA courses GPA academic loads and measured in units of se- mester credit (SKS). 2. sks Semester Credit Unit courses One SKS of an academic activity in the form of MA lectures or seminars is equivalent to student’s effort in a minimum of three hours a week for with the summation applied to all subjects one semester. ditional activities such 2-3 week assessment activities. (35-40%). Semester Credits Units (SKS) cumulatively for all of the semester up to the Education in the Faculty of Engineering. of independent learning activities. Subjects in the FTUI’s undergraduate curriculum 2. presentations. planning. and 18-20 hours The educational system in the Faculty of En. and used to determine the maximum academic tion and another one week for final examina. ACADEMIC SYSTEM gineering. The formula used to ways such as lectures. semesters. quizzes. Grade Point Average exams. research. Grade Point Average or GPA is used to evaluate seminars. design). load that the student may take in the upcoming tion. All educational activities must be performed by each student to earn a bachelor’s degree is an academic load of 144-145 credits divided Grade Point Average (GPA/IPK) into 8 (eight) semesters. including various ad. the result of the scheduled interaction with a lecturer. Undergraduate stu- dents with an average study load of about If the calculation involves the entire grade 18-20 credits per semester are expected to point value of subjects taken during the undergo a week of minimal 18 -20 hours of educational program period. GENERAL are grouped into University General Subjects (8-9%). and research for thesis writing. These teaching and learning ac- tivities are in form of lecture. assignments. studio. taken across departments or across faculties. Basic Engineering Subjects (15-20%). academic interaction. Core Subjects One semester is the time of the activity con. assignments (ex: cal. consisting of 1 hour scheduled which are taken by students. industrial students’ performance either for a particular visits. Teaching and Learning Activities Basic Skills Subjects (30-35%). practical work. Activi- ties for one semester consist of 13-14 weeks Achievement Index that takes into account of lectures or other scheduled activities and all of the subjects for a certain semester is its additional activities. and 1-2 hours of independent activi.1.

99 3. These BS courses are not on an ongoing basis by assigning tasks.51 – 3.30 provision in the Table through the approval of the Vice Dean.70 2.74.100 4. B 70 .00 2. Maximum study load in a semester C+ 60 .00 (if any).01 – 2. there are at least two components of assessment which may include a midterm Length of Study and Academic Load exam (UTS) and a final exam (UAS).70 can add a maximum of 2 credits more than the B+ 75 .50 24 the minimum passing grade of a course is C with grade point of 2. download Semester Grade Record as a report the maximum credits that can be taken fol- on their academic performance from SIAK NG. From the third semester onwards. letters and academic load in accordance with Table 2. quizzes. A student will be assessed on his academic ability if he Undergraduate Program meets the following requirements: The academic load a student can take is deter- • The courses taken have been registered mined by the Academic Counselor based on the and verified by Academic Advisor during previous Semester Performance Index (IPS) as the academic registration period. At the end of each semester.2 with respect to course prerequisites A 85 . Academic Counselor (PA) A.64. given throughout the semester. The “T” mark is given for no attendance in exam. these following rules apply: • The student has completed all of the required academic assignments. 65 .50 18 E 0 .99 2. of C or higher.00 20 3. it will be automatically changed to ‘E’ AND REGULATION grade.01 – 3.99 3.2.55 0.99 2. low that of the provisions in the Maximum Assessment of study efficacy is carried out using Credit Load Table.99 2. GPA is obtained from the student as early as possible that an important the summation of all subjects having a grade part of session work is incomplete. or exams which are Study Unit.50 1.69. For each subject. The “BS“ mark is given for Special Lecture Academic Performance Evaluation (such as Internship. semester.84. 50 .69. Grade Value and Points by IPS of the previous semester and follow provisions in Maximum Credit Load as shown in Grade Value Marks Grade Point Table 2. the maximum credit loads that may be taken is determined Table 2.00 2. ACADEMIC SYSTEM otherwise.30 for undergraduate program C 55 . 1.54.70 Table 2.99 1.1.00 or more. IPS and GPA.50 22 The highest grade is A with grade point of 4.is used as a basis for study evaluation. students may 2.79. Seminar & Final Project) that Assessment of academic ability is performed has not been completed. For students obtaining an IPS of 2.00.1. stated in the Study Plan Form (FRS). must take the entire allocated credits of the en- ministrative and academic requirements tire courses in the first semester. 80 . Courses session assignments.00 B.39. The instructor may assign the ‘Incomplete’ (I) grade if the student has not made a reasonable attempt to complete major 33 . For students obtaining an IPS of 2. they must take all credits load allocated for the second semester according to the struc- Grades ture of the applicable curriculum. The ‘I” mark should be changed to other grade within 1 month.00 and > 3. As for the second for the ongoing semester. If necessary.00 or less. Students • The student has fulfilled all of the ad. laboratory projects and the taken into account are the ones listed in the lecturer has made a reasonable effort to inform Study Plan Form (FRS). taken into account in the calculation of Semester homework.00 16 D 40 .99 3.00 IPS Maximum SKS C.

The Doctoral Program person responsible for the Implementation of Academic load in the FTUI’s Doctoral Program the Seminar is the Seminar Coordinator in each curriculum is 48 credits after finishing the Master department. both academic Seminar is a scientific meeting to discuss an and administrative requirements. Students are issue under supervision of a supervisor. as follows: Students are allowed to start the Seminar if: • The seminar has been Registered in Study • A semester’s academic load is registered by a Plan Form [FRS] in every semester student as he carries out online registration • The student have fulfilled the requirements according to the pre-determined schedule. in the form of scientific paper. Provisions on the academic load are can be started at the beginning of semester 3. Master of Engineering students are the student through online academic registration also encouraged to present their research results during a pre-determined schedule. Completed seminar assignment that has met • The maximum number of credits that can the academic requirements will be submitted to be taken on Master Program is 16 credits be examined in a seminar examination session per semester in front of a committee appointed by the Head • Exemption from the provisions of academic of the Department. ACADEMIC SYSTEM three semesters and a maximum of six semesters.75 IPS. The committee consists of load should be with the permission of the the Committee Chairman of the seminar with Vice Dean. courses is 6 (six) semesters and in its implementa. Master Program are expected to systematically communicate Academic load in the FTUI’s Master Program their scientific papers both orally and in writing. Student’s Undergraduate Thesis / Final Project Academic Load for each semester is established Undergraduate Thesis is mandatory course for by the Academic Advisor (PA) or the doctorate undergraduate students of Faculty of Engineering Promoter based on a discussion with the student UI. Undergraduate Thesis must Undergraduate Program meet certain requirements. Undergraduate Thesis status is equivalent to other skill courses is Seminar tailored in accordance with the scope of each study program. The course is the application of science that from the doctoral program. Program. A semester’s academic load is registered by In addition. a minimum of three examiners and a maximum of five examiners including the supervisor. has been obtained in accordance with the basic scientific disciplines that the student has studied. including 40 credits of research activi- ties. Students must re-take research courses with a BS grade from previous semesters. assembly or models and accessories. a a lecturer to act as the student’s seminar provision stating that the number of credits counselor taken for the following semester does not exceed 14 is applicable. Academic Load for each semester is set by the Master Program Academic counselor (PA) based on the IPS of the The seminar is the result of early research last semester as stated in the Semester Grade activities as a student’s thesis pre-proposal that list (DNS). Students should follow study is four semesters and in the implementation. the field of engineering. The scheduled length of the end of the activity. engineering The length of doctoral program for all scheduled design. Students allowed to start composing undergraduate thesis 34 if: . Undergraduate thesis is mandatory to complete tion can be completed in at least five semesters the requirements in order to earn a degree in and maximum of 10 (ten) semesters. the regulation for seminar set up by each AND REGULATION the Master program can be completed in at least department. years by FTUI. • The Head of the Department has determined • For students with less than a 2. curriculum is 40-42 credits after finishing the Evaluation and assessment are carried out by undergraduate program. New students at the International Conference on Quality in are required to take all subjects as allocated in Research (QIR) which is held once every two the curriculum for the first and second semesters. to take the seminar courses as stated by the Students are required to take all subjects as Study Program allocated in the first semester curriculum.

guide the students in writing and finishing the approved topic. (Bachelor of Engineering) their lecturers as a potential supervisor. to degree.75 For the undergraduate double degree program. they are allowed schedule determined by the Head of the Study to write thesis in English with abstracts in the Program. • Head of the study program has set lecturer’s students are required to complete internship name as a thesis supervisor. Bahasa. On SIAK NG system. a minimum 3 and even semester in the running academic or a maximum 5 examiners including the thesis year. while still following the appropriate format stated in the Final Project Writing Internship Guideline of Universitas Indonesia. Supervisor I should have student’s thesis’s grade to SIAK NG and change a PhD or Master degree with a minimum of 5 the title of undergraduated thesis (if necessary). basis of the theory and use of certain methods. ACADEMIC SYSTEM the faculty and university level. At the beginning of the third semester. the out with maximum of two people. For Master program students who are examination must be submitted to the given the opportunity to conduct research and Department to be listed in the examination thesis preparation abroad. student must fill out supervisor. Thesis should be written in Bahasa with an English The thesis has been declared eligible for abstract. Supervisor II submitted in the form of hard-covered book and should at least have a minimal master degree & CD within the pre-determined time limit. The have expertise relevant to the student’s thesis. Students can actively meet with any of obtain accredited B. hold a joint collaboration with university’s Requirements for Internship is set up by each abroad as stated in the charter of cooperation. undergraduate thesis must first be assessed in Thesis can be submitted for a thesis examination an undergraduated thesis examination by the when the thesis has met the following academic supervisor and examiners assigned by the Head requirements: of the Department. The Head of the Study Program announces AND REGULATION • Students have fulfilled all prerequisites set a list of thesis supervisor who are assigned to by the Study Program. At the end of the semester. Thesis examination committee Undergraduate Thesis can be taken in both odd consists of Head of the committee. Supervisor Undergraduate Thesis supervisor will submit the I and Supervisor II.E. years teaching experience and have expertise The completed undergraduated thesis must be relevant to the student’s thesis.• The Undergraduate Thesis has been the second semester. • Thesis has been registered in Study Plan Form [FRS] in said semester Thesis (Master Program) • The thesis has been declared eligible for Thesis is a report of the results of research examination by the Thesis Advisor activities in the form of scientific writing. Head of the Study Program registered in the Study Plan Form [FRS] can start announcing thesis topics from which • Students have obtained a minimum of 120 the students of the Master program could chose credits with a minimum of grade of C and from to prepare the thesis proposal in the form of have passed all mandatory courses both in seminars. department and is part of the total 144-145 SKS. The • Students have passed seminar examination thesis topic should be a summary of the subject and have met the requirements for thesis matter that can be scientifically studied on the examination set by the study program. Responsible for the implementation the name of his thesis supervisor and the title of of the thesis is the thesis coordinator in each thesis which will be verified by the Vice Head of department. Exemption Internship is an out-of-campus activity to apply of this rule applies only to study programs that the scientific knowledge in a real work situation. when they are in the partner universities in Australia as one of the requirements set by Students are responsible for all thesis research the Institute of Engineers Australia (IEAust) to costs. Requirements to start making Thesis are: Students must find the place to carry out their internship themselves and departments will help • Thesis has been registered in Study Plan by issuing a formal letter requesting the on-the- Form [FRS] in every semester job training position. • Students have passed courses with a load of 20 credits with a GPA≥ 2. Thesis counseling should be carried the Department. In addition. Internship is a good opportunity for request a thesis topic. in middle of students to apply their skills and build networks 35 .

who are registered as a student in these parallel Thus. Registration Afterward. their tuition fee per semester for the Student dent submit a letter requesting Credit Transfer Exchange program. 2. Having a minimum Institutional TOEFL/EPT dergraduate students. and the student will be obliged to pay 10% of Credit Transfer procedure are as follows: (i) Stu. Students who have registered and study at an Courses taken during the study exchange pro- undergraduate study program or other equivalent gram are transferrable when they return to Uni- education programs. (iv) FTUI Dean issues the Credit Transfer Decree. Thus. Before leaving to continue their study be indicated with “TK” mark in the academic overseas. provided that: (i) the transferred credits contain the same material In addition. (ii) ter for Double Degree program. However. Having a minimum GPA of 3. Students participating in this program will date. Information on Student Exchange AND REGULATION program can be obtained from the Universitas ACADEMIC SYSTEM Credit Transfer Indonesia’s International. Thus. (ii) the academic in Double Degree 2 +2 International Under- record must be dated not more than a maximum graduate program with FTUI’s partner universi- of 5 years from the credit transfer application ties. the university should have at least a once he graduates. Period of study The Head of the Department will form a team abroad. Undergraduate students who are interested in participating in the Fast Track Program must fulfill the following requirements: Study Abroad 1. rea. Singapore. tus in SIAK NG has been change to “overseas”. this Double Degree “B” accreditation from the National Accreditation program offers no scholarships. participat- Board for Higher Education or other international ing students should ensure their availability of accrediting agencies. students must ensure that their sta- transcript. (v) Fast Track The Faculty’s Center of Administration assigned FT UI students with brilliant academic “TK” marks for all relevant courses in the stu. all extension programs in specified by the Study Program in a way that the FTUI were merged into Parallel Classes in the students can directly pursue Master program in Undergraduate Program. tries. if they cannot do so it in Australia. in the industry. Taiwan. mendation will be sent to the Dean of FTUI./ semes- to the Head of the designated department. credits obtained from the previous undergraduate and master programs is 5 years. both in with the courses listed in the curriculum for Regular and Parallel program. either on the Student Exchange program to recommend which courses the student has and the Double Degree. to graduate on time. the total time needed to complete both classes. The courses transferred will funds. Students begin their study in the third semester by taking all academic load according Requirements and Procedure for Fast Track to package provided for the third semester.1. whole study period. FTUI’s undergraduate students in semesters 7 & 8 are allowed to Credit Transfer for Parallel Class Students of take several Master program courses. In this program. may ap. Diploma graduates FTUI and complete the program in 1 . PAU Building 2nd floor. . Student exchange programs generally last they are allowed to do it in Indonesia with prior for 1-2 semesters and is supported with a full permission from partner university. scholarship. or Rp. from the EPT test they took as new student 36 .5 years. students are still able Indonesia or in any other universities. (iii) Recom. achievements can participate in the Fast Track dent’s SIAK NG account. such as in Japan. 2. is counted as part of the previously taken can be transferred. both within the Universitas versitas Indonesia. both from Regular and score of 475 (students may use the score Parallel programs to participate in Student Ex. diploma program will be transferred in blocks of 36 credits. Ko- students should do their Job Training in Australia. (iii) if the academic record are obtained spend the last two years studying at the partner from other universities outside of the Universitas university abroad and he will earn two degrees Indonesia.000.000. Courses Diploma Graduates that can be taken and other requirements are Starting in 2011.00 There are many opportunities available for un. they can take credits in accordance with their IPS in the following semester. and many other coun- However. Undergraduate students. It is strongly suggested that change program abroad. ply for a Credit transfer. program. can participate undergraduate program in FTUI.

27 January 2013: gulan from the Ministry of Education and Faculty Yudicium Culture selection are required to fill out the Beasiswa Unggulan registration form down- loadable from the same web page. August: Graduation Registration Form for the Fast Track Program for each running Academic Year may be submitted Short Semester *) to each Department Secretariat on March each year at the latest.13 January 2013 AND REGULATION same specialization with the Master programs End of Semester Examination (for undergraduate study programs that have specialization). including mid-semester and final se- 37 . Term 2 *) 5.ui. 3. Having a high motivation for research 31 October . especially for the undergraduate Elective Course selection must be in accordance with the Compulsory and Elective Courses in their March-April 2013: respective Master study program in line with Mid-semester examination their specialization.ac.4 November 2012: Procedure for Fast Track Program: Mid-semester examination 1.eng. If the student’s application to participate in January 2013: the Fast Track scheme is approved. February-May 2013: The student’s study plan for semester 7 and Course Period and examination 8. Fast Track Program is open for all FTUI un- ACADEMIC SYSTEM dergraduate study programs which have the 2 January . Students who are interested in participating 20 January 2013: in the Fast Track Program are required to Deadline for grade assignment in SIAK-NG fill out the Registration Form downloadable through the http://www. they are Administrative and Academic registration in required to counsel with his/her academic FTUI advisor for the finalization of his/her Under- graduate (S1) and Master (S2) Study Plan. 18 February 2013: 4. May 2013: Administrative and Academic registration 2. in FTUI) Course period 3. 2. 6. 24 – 26 January 2013: php/ft/downloadindeks (titled: (Formulir Departmental Judicium Pendaftaran Fast Track Magister FTUI). Undergraduate thesis and thesis of the May-June: student are expected to be of continuous End of Semester Examination research to maximize knowledge. Students registering for the Beasiswa Ung.id/index. The Fast Track Registration Forms will be Graduation evaluated by a team headed by the Head of Department.2. ADMINISTRATIVE AND ACADEMIC REGISTRATION June-August 2013: Course period Academic Calendar July 2013: Administrative and academic schedules in FTUI Mid-semester Examination are set in accordance with the administrative and academic schedules in Universitas Indonesia August 2013: as follows: End of Semester Examination Term 1 2012/2013 *) Note: 2 – 26 August 2012: *) Schedules are subject to change Administrative and Academic registration in Universitas Indonesia Note: - Short Semester course period is held for 8 12 September 2012 – 13 January 2013: weeks. experience and quality research result.

Before administrative registration takes place. - Short Semester’s tuition fee is not included in After completing the online FRS. Advisor are: ject consist of four times 2-hour contact per • Helping and directing students in their study AND REGULATION week. Mathematics and • Monitoring and evaluating student’s academic Chemistry) are only available for students who performance during their period of study. students should the normal tuition fee (BOP) and is calculated print the form (3 copies) and meet their PA to by the number of credits taken during the short discuss. payments.eng. which is final-term examinations and other academic included as their length of study.ac. in points (1) are not charged with tuition ui. period to ensure that the courses taken are - Payment for short semester courses must be correct. 4 credit sub. shall be paid at the following semester Academic Registration Academic Registration Students should do online academic registration. verify and validate the courses taken.id. term. mester examinations. then the calendar from the website. responsible for paying fees by the payment 5. 2. username and password at PPMT (Pusat Pelayanan - If the number of students registered for a Mahasiswa Terpadu) building. wish to retake the course and have attended required lab activities. The academic calendar and course 3. solving their academic problems ulty Basic Courses (Physics. administrative and academic registration.ac. the Office of Pengembangan Pelayanan Sistem - Courses offered are determined by the Depart. tomatically removed and the student is no longer considered as a participant in the short Sanctions semester. which is included as their length of study. consult with his/her Academic Advisor for 38 . expressed as Administrative Registration includes payments a university student resigned without notice of tuition fee and admission fee. 1. the student’s name will be au. Students who do not carry out the registration Administrative Registration and administration of academic registration 2 (two) consecutive semesters. will be included toward student’s allowed length 6. and SIAK NG. Payment of fines referred to in points (5) of study.ui. as per Otherwise. Students should logon to https://academic. approval and signing the Course Plan Form or - 2 credit courses consist of twice 2-hour contact Formulir Rencana Studi (FRS) during the academic per week. Students who do not carry out academic FTUI publishes an academic calendar for one registration cannot follow the academic semester listing schedules for courses. The main duties of Academic times 2-hour contact per week. Students could certain course in the Short Semester does not also download course schedules and academic meet the minimum requirement. activities in the current semester. Tuition fee for each credit is determined Students have to check their FRS after registration by FTUI. 3 credit courses consist of three registration period. Fines will be levied to students for late made before the payment period is closed. Students who are not active as referred to schedule could be accessed at http://www. mid-term. - A student can take up to a maximum of 12 id using username and password provided by credits during the short semester. Students could get their ment. the university or the faculty regulation. activities. Active students who do not complete the deadline. Students are from the university. Students who do not carry out the administrative registration will receive inactive status as a student in the current Registration and Course Guidelines semester. Students who do not complete the payment in accordance with the agreement registration process by the payment deadline until the end of the semester goes imposed will not be registered at that particular semester the fine of 50% of the unpaid amount. 4. plan particularly in selecting courses and in ACADEMIC SYSTEM - For regular undergraduate program: Fac. course will be canceled. Informasi (PPSI) UI.

75 GPA with “C” as the lowest grade and do not exceed study period and have met 4. and 5.51 – 4. Universities • The students must come to the Directorate of Partner Minimum Minimum IELTS / TOEFL Finance UI to obtain the approval for paying University GPA the tuition fee after paying the penalty QUT 2. Very Satisfactory (3. Achieve minimum IELTS or TOEFL scores as they have passed all the required 40 – 42 cred- required.0 IELTS min. 6.00).Ars) if they have passed passed the prerequisite course with sufficient all the mandatory courses and acquired a grade [not T]. cate for graduates are determined by the stu- prove their GPA.41 – 3. 2. or TOEFL score min. Students are considered to have passed the 2. If GPA meets minimum requirement. Achieve minimum GPA as required at the end study within 8 (eight) semesters time.75 – 3.0 with no 50% from the tuition fee on the current band lower than 6.0 IELTS min. Very Satis- 2.00 partner universities in Australia if they fulfill the – 2. and Satisfactory (2. its. (computerbased) Curtin 3.50).3. For a Master pro- IELTS or TOEFL scores less than minimum gram student to earn the Cum Laude degree. GRADUATE PREDICATE Prerequisite Courses Students are considered to have passed the These courses can only be taken if a student undergraduate program and earned a Bach- is currently taking or has previously taken and elor Degree (S. – 4. 39 . If GPA less than required.71 academically registered at FTUI. requirement. the lowest grade and completed all 8 semes- ners in Australia for Double Degree Program ters scheduled academic load within 8-12 semesters. fourth semester for the 4+4 program. with all reason intend Information on duration and schedule of to maintain their status as active students. but Satisfactory (2. he must finished his 1.40).3. 6.75 IELTS min.3. the students must all administrative requirements. For an undergraduate student to earn following requirements: the Cum Laude degree. When non-active students. 213 semester.5 with no band • Students must give the copy of the payment lower than 6 record to the Directorate of Finance UI for verification. while administratively and dent’s final GPA as follow: Cum Laude (3. they EAP can be found at the partner university’s have to follow the procedure of administrative website. Passed all required subjects with minimum Master program and earned a Master of En- C.70).T or S. they are suggested to improve his length of study must not exceed 4 (four) their IELTS or TOEFL score in Indonesia and semesters time without retaking any courses. maintain administrative registration at FTUI. a ≥ 2.75). gineering or Master of Architecture Degree if 3. Monash 3. Honor predicate for graduates Minimum requirement of GPA and English before are determined by the student’s final GPA as transferring to Partner University is listed in Table follow: Cum Laude (3.Exception Administrative Registration Other choice is to take English for Academic Purposes (EAP) at the partner university. 6. Eligible students can continue their study to factory (2. minimum of 144-145 credits in accordance with the applicable curriculum with “C” as Requirements for Transfer to University Part.0 with no band • The approval will be used by the students for UQ lower than 6 paying the tuition fee manually. ACADEMIC SYSTEM registration: AND REGULATION • Obtain the approval from FTUI by filling out Table 2.00). Minimum requirement of GPA and a form available at PAF (Pusat Administrasi IELTS or TOEFL for transfer to the Partner Fakultas/Faculty Administrative Center). Honor predi- stay at UI and repeat some subjects to im.76 – 3.

• In the end of the study period at the sixth Undergraduate Program semester. academic load of the curriculum.75 for all required academ- maintain satisfactory academic performance ic load with at least C for all prerequisite during their study at FTUI and meet the fol.70). ed.00 ation.00 with a Head of the Department. of 3.75 GPA of at EVALUATION AND DROPOUT least 18 credits with a value of C at the CRITERIA end of the second semesters. starting from registration time to gradu- factory (3. dent’s final GPA is within the 3. do not exceed Master Program ACADEMIC SYSTEM study period and have met all administrative The Maximum length of study to earn a Master requirements. resign on his own free will may submit a writ- gree if they have passed all the required 48 ten application to the Dean with a copy to the – 50 credits. 40 • Students fail to pass qualification exam . ters.40). during demic performance and meet the evaluation the first 2 (two) semesters evaluation.00 at the end of their second semester.71 – 4.00 range • Students who do not register academi- but he fail to meet the other requirements. cally and administratively for two con- he will be awarded the “Very Satisfactory” secutive semesters will be automatically predicate. his length of a “probation” status. and Satisfactory (3. of their eight semester. resign on his own free will may submit a writ- • Attain at least 96 SKS of minimum C and ten application to the Dean with a copy to the obtain IPK not less than 2. lowing evaluation criteria to be able to con. Honor predicate for graduates are determined by the student’s final GPA as Degree in FTUI is at the latest 6 (six) semes- follow: Cum Laude (3. start- Or: ing from registration time to graduation.4. considered to have resigned from UI. cally and administratively for two con- lations that caused the student to lose his secutive semesters will be automatically right as FTUI students.41 – 3. students fail to obtain a mini- The university also requires that students mum GPA of 2. • Students who do not register academi- • Proven to be in violation of rules or regu. • Proven to be in violation of rules or regu- tinue their studies: lations that caused the student to lose his • Attain at least 24 SKS of minimum C and right as FTUI students obtain IPK not less than 2. minimum “C” for in-class courses and a mini- AND REGULATION mum “B” for research courses. 2. • Attain all required SKS of minimum C & Doctoral Program obtain IPK not less than 2.00 at the end Head of the Department. Stu- • Fail to carry-out administrative and aca. Student who still maintain satisfactory aca- • Attain at least 48 SKS of minimum C and demic performance and meet the evaluation obtain IPK not less than 2. Students are considered to have passed the criteria to continue his study but would like to Doctoral program and earned a Doctor De.00). degree in FTUI is 10 (ten) semesters. This provision also applies to students – 3. a minimum GPA of 3. ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE • Students fail to achieve a 2. If a stu.71 – 4. For a Doctoral program student to who enroll in the FTUI Master program with earn the Cum Laude degree. The mark “BS” • The maximum length of study is exceed- is not counted as course repetition.00 for all required subjects. dents will lose their right to continue to study demic registration for two consecutive (dropping out) if: semesters.00 at the end criteria to continue his study but would like to of their fourth semester. considered to have resigned from UI • Students fail to achieve a minimum GPA Student who still maintain satisfactory aca.00 at the end The Maximum length of study earn a Doctoral of their twelfth semester. Students will lose their study must not exceed 6 (six) semesters time right to continue the study (dropping out) if: without retaking any courses. Very Satis.

and receive less than B mark for their dis- accordance with point (1) above, or is
sertation research proposal for the first 4 proposed after the semester is on, the
(four) semesters evaluation. student should pay full amount (100 %)
• Student fail to receive a minimum GPA of of tuition fee.
3.00 for the prerequisite courses for the

ACADEMIC SYSTEM
first 6 (six) semesters evaluation. 2.6. FACULTY and DEPARTMENT

AND REGULATION
• Students fail to meet all requirements to JUDISIUMS
participate in and pass the doctoral pro- Judisium is a meeting held at both the Faculty
motional examination by the end of study and the Department level to decide whether a
duration (semester 10); student has fulfill all academic requirements
• Proven to be in violation of rules or regu- and may graduate and earn a degree in engi-
lations that caused the student to lose his neering based on the Department / Faculty
right as FTUI students Evaluation.
• Exceeded the maximum length of study
(10 semesters). 2.7. SEMESTER GRADE TRANSCRIPT,
DIPLOMA and ACADEMIC
Student who still maintain satisfactory aca- TRANSCRIPTS
demic performance and meet the evaluation
criteria to continue his study but would like FTUI Central Administration Office is respon-
to resign on his own may submit a written ap- sible for issuing Semester Grade Transcript,
plication to the Dean with a copy to the Head Diploma and Academic Transcript for all
of the Department. FTUI’s graduates. Student Academic History is
issued based on student’s request while the
2.5. ACADEMIC LEAVE diploma and academic transcripts are issued
Student who wishes to be away from his/her only once at the time of the student’s gradua-
academic endeavors at FTUI for one to two tion. Contained within the Student Academic
semesters, but intend to return to FTUI are History and Academic Transcript are name,
eligible for academic leave of absence. Leave course code and grades of all courses that the
of absence could be only given to student who students took during their study period. Also
has studied at least two semesters at FTUI. included is the student’s Grade Point Average
(GPA) which is calculated based on all courses’
Procedures of Academic Leave grades. Diplomas and Academic Transcripts
1. To obtain academic leave, a student must will be handed to all graduates no later than
write a letter requesting for academic 2 (two) months from the date of graduation.
leave to the Head of Department before
the beginning of the administrative regis-
tration period of semester. 2.8 OFFENSES AND SANCTIONS
2. The Head of Department will forward the In any particular courses, no students shall
letter to the Associate Dean for Students engage in any form of unethical or improper
and Alumni. conduct, such as but not limited to examina-
3. If the academic leave is approved, PAF tion offenses:
will change the status of the student as • Utilizing unauthorized materials/notes to
academic leave and the amount of tuition enhance performance during on exami-
fee will automatically be changed. nation.
4. The student must pay 25 % of tuition fee • Attempting to observe the work of an-
during the period of administrative regis- other student.
tration of the intended semester. • Taking an examination for another per-
5. If the students fail to pay during the pre- son, or permitting someone else to do
scribed period of administrative registra- so.
tion, Exceptional Administrative Regis- • Collaborating improperly by joint effort
tration will apply. on discussion in anyway expressly prohib-
6. If the Academic Leave is proposed not ited by lecturer.
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When incidents, as enumerated above occurs,
the following sanctions may be imposed (as Decree of the Board of Trustees Universitas
per FTUI regulation): Indonesia Number: 001 / TAP/MWA-UI/2005
• The student may be assigned E for the on the Establishment of Academic Degrees in
subject in question the Universitas Indonesia.
AND REGULATION

• The student may be suspended for one
ACADEMIC SYSTEM

semester Decree of the Board of Trustees Universitas
• The student may be dismissed or expelled Indonesia Number 003 / TAP/MWA-UI/2005
by FTUI on General Guidelines for Implementation on
If necessary, a meeting of Panitia Penyelesa- Universitas Indonesia’s Professional Programs
ian Pelanggaran Tata Tertib (Offence Settle-
ment Committee) (PT32) may be held. Regulation of the Board of Trustees Universi-
tas Indonesia Number: 006 / Peraturan/MWA-
UI/2005 on Student Learning Outcomes Evalu-
2.9. ACADEMIC REGULATION OF THE ation at Universitas Indonesia
UNIVERSITAS INDONESIA
List of Academic Regulations at Universitas Regulation of the Board of Trustees Universi-
Indonesia can be accessed via http://resipo- tas IndonesiaNumber: 007 / Peraturan/MWA-
tory.ui.ac.id. UI/2005 on Academic Education Implementa-
tion Norms in Universitas Indonesia
Below is a list of Decrees that functioned as
reference for education program at Universi- Regulation of the Board of Trustees Universi-
tas Indonesia tas Indonesia Number: 008 / Peraturan/MWA-
UI/2005 on Professional Education Curriculum
GENERAL: Norms in Universitas Indonesia
Decree of the Board of Trustees Universitas
Indonesia Number: 008/SK/MWA-UI/2004 on Decree of the Rector Universitas Indonesia
the Amendment of Board of Trustees’ Decree Number: 285/SK/R/U1/2003 on the Imple-
Number: 005/SK/MWA-UI/2004 on the Code of mentation Guidelines for Cross-Faculty Lec-
Life on Campus Life in Universitas Indonesia tures in Universitas Indonesia
REGISTRATION:
Decree of the Rector of Universitas Indonesia Decree of the Rector of Universitas Indonesia
Number: 450A/SK/R/UI/2006 on Universitas Number: 263/SK/R/U1/2004 on the Imple-
Indonesia Students’ Registration mentation of Doctoral Program in Universitas
Indonesia
Decree of the Rector of Universitas Indonesia
Number: 450B/SK/R/UI/2006 on Prohibition Decree of Rector of Universitas Indonesia
on Registering in More Than One Undergradu- Number: 478/SK/R/UI/2004 on the Student
ate Study Program at Universitas Indonesia Academic Achievement Evaluation in Univer-
sitas Indonesia.
Decree of the Rector of Universitas Indonesia
Number: 472/SK/R/U1/2006 on Universitas Decree of the Rector of Universitas Indone-
Indonesia’s Student’s Academic Leave sia Number: 491/SK/R/U1/2004 on Universi-
tas Indonesia Education Activities Conclusion
Decree of the Rector of Universitas Indonesia Regulations
Number: 482/SK/R/UI/2006 on Universitas In-
donesia Student ID card. Decree of Rector of Universitas Indonesia
Number: 546/SK/R/U1/2005 on Doctoral Pro-
EDUCATION: motion Examination.
Decision of the Board of Trustees Universitas
Indonesia Number: 006 / MWA-UI/2004 on the Decree of Rector of Universitas Indonesia
Universitas Indonesia’s Academic Curriculum Number: 547/SK/R/U1/2005 on the Imple-
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mentation Guidelines of the International Indonesia Number 002/SK/MWA-UI/2008 on
Class Program Universitas Indonesia University’s Research Norms

Decree of the Rector of Universitas Indonesia Decree of the Board of Trustees Universitas
Number: 612/SK/R/U1/2005 on the Amend- Indonesia Number 003/SK/MWA-UI/2008 on

ACADEMIC SYSTEM
ment of Rector’s Decree Number: 545/SK/R/ Research Policy at Universitas Indonesia

AND REGULATION
UI/2005 on the Implementation of Master Pro-
gram at Universitas Indonesia Decree of the Board of Trustees Universitas
Indonesia Number 009 / SK/MWA-UI/2008
Decree of the Rector of Universitas Indone- on amendment of the Decree of the Board
sia Number: 013/SK/R/UI/2006 on the Imple- of Trustees of Universitas Indonesia Number
mentation of Extension Programs in Universi- 003/MWA-UI/2008 on Research Policy in Uni-
tas Indonesia versitas Indonesia

Decree of the Rector of Universitas Indonesia
Number: 838NSK/R/UI/2006 on Administra-
tion of Universitas Indonesia Student’s Learn-
ing Outcomes

Decree of the Rector of Universitas Indonesia
Number: 012NSK/R/UI/2007 on Implementa-
tion of the of Students Learning Activity in
Universitas Indonesia

Decree of the Rector of Universitas Indonesia
Number: 005/SK/R/U1/2008 on the Imple-
mentation of Short Semester in Universitas
Indonesia

Decree of the Rector of Universitas Indonesia
Number: 008/SK/R/U1/2008 on the Imple-
mentation of Matriculation for Master and
Doctoral Program at the Universitas Indone-
sia

Decree of the Rector of Universitas Indone-
sia Number: 450/SK/R/UI/2008 on the Imple-
mentation of E-Learning in the University In-
donesia

Decree of the Rector of Universitas Indonesia
Number: 865/SK/R/UI/2008 on Credit Trans-
fer and Courses Exemption in Universitas In-
donesia

Decree of the Rector of Universitas Indonesia
Number: 866/SK/R/UI/2008 on University Ac-
ademic Calendar, Academic year 2008/2009

RESEARCH

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3. FACILITIES AND CAMPUS LIFE

3.1. INTEGRATED STUDENTS SERVICE and thesis can only be read on the spot
CAMPUS LIFE

BUILDING or photocopied.
FACILITIES AND

This building is located at the left of the Rec- • Dissertation and thesis can only be photo-
tor building with the one door policy in serving copied as many as 10 pages.
the registration process of all Universitas In-
donesia students, whether they are vocation-
al, undergraduate, undergraduate extension, UI Central Library Services
master, doctoral, specialist, and professional
students. This building consists of three divi- Reference Service
sions: PPSI division, Student Affairs division, This service is provided to help the UI civitas
and Academic division. academica in searching information, especial-
ly for students who are working on their final
assignment or research. Information search
3.2. FACULTY ADMINISTRATION CENTER request may be submitted in person or via
(PAF) email (reflib@ui.ac.id).
Academic administrative services for all aca-
demic programs in FTUI are managed by PAF. Information Package
The services provided for students include Information package is a form of service in the
academic records, change of grades from form of certain topics of information packag-
lecturers, testamur and academic transcripts, es. Each package consists of several articles
registration, absence of leave, enrollments and and their annotation in accordance to the se-
letter of reference letter. The working hour lected topic. Each article can be obtained by
is at 08.00 to 16.00 from Monday to Friday, at
contacting the reference division first (reflib@
PAF building.
ui.ac.id) or by direct phone request (+6221-
7270751).
3.3. UNIVERSITY CENTRAL LIBRARY
Location : Kampus UI Depok
Information Search Training
Service hours of UI Central Library
The information search training consists of
Monday - Friday 08.30 - 19.00 WIB several packages. They are: basic and ad-
vance package. This training is provided to
Saturday & Sunday 08.30 - 15.00 WIB
help improve the information skill of library
Holly Month of Ramadhan 08.30 - 15.00 WIB visitors and members. This service is available
to all university members, especially new stu-
Membership:
dents and students who are in their final year.
Students, lecturers, researchers and employ-
Request for training can be submitted directly
ee of the Universitas Indonesia are entitled
or through the email perpusui@ui.ac.id
for membership of the central library with the
following requirements:
Circulation (Borrowing Books)
1. Provide the latest semester payment
The circulation services are located in level 1
proof or the latest study card (IRS) or
The library’s collection of reference books,
certification letter from any faculty, unit
thesis, dissertation, research reports and UI-
or department within the Universitas In-
ana can only be read on the spot at the UI
donesia.
Central Library.
2. Provide a 2x3 photo (one)
3. Provide a cover letter from the faculty
(for lecturers)
UI Central Library Facilities
OPAC (Online Public Access Catalog)
Lending Procedures:
OPAC is a tool to search the information re-
• General text books can be borrowed for
garding the available collection of the library
two weeks (max. 3 books) by showing
by using a terminal computer. OPAC comput-
your Student Card. Borrowed books need
ers are available on every floor of the library.
to be stamped.
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Internet Access • Salemba (PUSILKOM Building)
Internet access connection at the UI central
library uses the integrated network (JUITA –
Jaringan Terpadu) and can also be accessed Hotline Service
by using the UI Hotspot. Internet service is Users who are experiencing problems in the

FACILITIES AND
also available at the first floor of the central use of this facility can report or request the

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library. Also available are computers with in- help of the Computer Technical Unit through
ternet access for the usage of library visitors the following PPSI hotline service:
and members. Phone : +6221-7863419
Email : support@ui.ac.id
Computer, Scanner and Data Backup Web Site : http/cso.ui.ac.id
Students are allowed to use the provided com- Office Hours : Monday – Friday
puters to work on their assignments, picture/ (09.00 - 16.00)
photo scanning and to burn the result of their
information search to a CD.
Puskom Services at FTUI
Puskom (Pusat Komputer) provides services re-
Photocopy
lated to education and information technology
A photocopy machine is available at the UI development for students and academic/non-
Central Library academic staff. The office is located at 2nd
floor of GK Building at FTUI, Depok Campus.
Discussion, Class and Seminar Rooms Main duties of Puskom is to provide education
Discussion, Class and Seminar rooms are avail- facilities for students, learning and research
able for students’ needs and for classes. facilities for lecturers, and services for educa-
tion administration, students and personnel.
Special Study Rooms Puskom also provides connection services to
Special study rooms are available and can be internet and local area network at the Faculty
and the University. Internet can be accessed
used by all university members. These rooms
at all area of FTUI. This facility can be used
are equipped with a desk, filing cabinet and by students as well as faculties. All computer
internet access. networks have been connected by fiber optic
cables for inter-building and copper cable in
Locker the buildings with capacity of 100 Mbps. Be-
250 lockers are available for UI Central Li- sides providing local networks, Puskom also
brary Members. controls 7 computer servers with redundancy
backup to minimize troubles in academic and
research services. Computers are also avail-
3.4. COMPUTER SCIENCES & able for students at various locations at FTUI
i.e. computer laboratory at 2nd floor of GK
NETWORK Building, as well as at FTUI building at Salemba
Directorate of Information System Develop- Campus. The service hour is 09.00 to 16.00
ment and Service (PPSI) are responsible for from Monday to Friday. For further informa-
the programmed computer network system tion please contact Puskom at GK Building, 2nd
designed to help fulfill the students and floor, tel. 021-7863508, 021-2720011 ext. 64,
lecturers needs in computer usage (from or send email to puskom@eng.ui.ac.id.
academic activities such as programming to
internet usage) through the Integrated UI net- 3.5. STUDENT WELFARE
work (JUITA). 3.5.1. UNIVERSITAS INDONESIA
MOSQUES
Requirements for using the JUITA:
• The Ukhuwah Islamiyah (UI) Mosque De-
• Registered as a UI student
• Fill out registration form with a reference pok located in the UI Depok Campus. Es-
from the Associate Dean for Students Af- tablished on 28 January 1987 for the Fri-
fairs/ Head of Study Program/Academic day prayer with Prof. H. Moh. Daud Ali,
Counselor of the student. SH as khatib (preacher). This mosque was
named Ukhuwah Islamiyah for within this
Place of Registration: mosque is fostered the Islamic brother-
• Depok (Integrated Student Service Cen- hood within the campus as well as the
ter Building) unity and brotherhood of Moslem from
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within and outside of campus area. Health, Balairung, UI Mosque, and Fac-
• The Arif Rahman Hakim (ARH) Mosque Sa- ulty of Law.
lemba is located in the UI Salemba Cam- • Red : UI Dormitory, Gerbatama, UI Trains
pus. Established on 10 November 1967, 27 Station, Faculty of Law, UI Mosque,
Rajab 1387 H. Based on the UI Rector De- Balairung, Faculty of Public Health, Fac-
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ulty of Mathematic and Natural Sciences,
cree dated 16 August 1966, a development
FACILITIES AND

Student Center Building, KuKel, Faculty
committee was established and consist of
of Engineering, Faculty of Economics,
students. The vision of this mosque is to Faculty of Humanities, Faculty of Social
be the center of Islam education in the and Political Science, and Faculty of Psy-
campus and produces modern Moslems chology.
(equipped with faith and knowledge) that
can implement the teachings of Islam and Executive Bus
help solve religious problems. In order to provide transportation service, es-
pecially outside campus transportation, Uni-
3.5.2. TEKSAS BRIDGE versitas Indonesia provides Air Conditioned
The Teksas Bridge is a linkage bridge between and Non-Air Conditioned busses for rent.
two faculties in the UI Depok campus, the These busses are available for various types
Faculty of Engineering and the Faculty of Hu- of activity, such as: UI student organization
manities. These two faculties are separated activities, academic support activities, and
by an 80 meters lake. The Teksas Bridge is many more.
hoped to serve as: Rental Procedures:
• As a connection bridge and “Landmark” • Written rental request is submitted to:
• As a research object for steel application Directorate of Student Affairs
product Integrated Student Service Center
• As a promotional tool on “Aesthetics Building, Kampus UI Depok
Steel” Phone : +6221-7867222 (Operator)
Fax : +6221-7863453
The concept of this bridge aims towards two • Payment should be made, at the very lat-
approach: est, one week before the date of use via
• The side of the bridge on the Faculty of BNI Bank, Kampus UI Depok Branch, and
Engineering UI reflects a powerful and Account Number: 1273000024 under the
masculine character symbolized with a name of Universitas Indonesia.
“Sail” shaped Pylon Bridge soaring to the • Proof of payment must be submitted to
sky as a symbol of “LINGGA”. the Directorate of Student Affairs. Can-
• The side of the bridge on the Faculty of cellation done 3 (three) days before the
Humanities UI reflects a flexible and fem- date of use will be charge a 10% cancella-
inine character symbolized with a “Hole tion fee from the paid rent. Cancellation
Gate” shaped Pylon Bridge as a symbol on the date of use will be charge a 30%
of “YONI”. cancellation fee from the paid rent.

3.5.3. CAMPUS BUS 3.5.4. STUDENT WELFARE AND
To serve the transportation needs of students FACILITY BUILDING (GKFM)
within the campus, Universitas Indonesia pro- Address : Kampus UI Depok
vides 20 campus busses. These busses will Phone : +6221-78881019
serve inside campus routes from these times: This building is located in front of the Faculty
07.00-21.00 (Monday-Friday) and 07.00-14.00 of Public Health in UI Campus Depok. GKFM
(Saturday). These yellow campus busses have Building was built to better serve several im-
two different routes: portant needs of the students, such as:
• Blue : UI Dormitory, Gerbatama, UI Train
Station, Faculty of Psychology, Faculty Polyclinic Unit
of Social and Political Science, Faculty Provide a free health service to all students of
of Humanities, Faculty of Economics, the Universitas Indonesia. Students only need
Faculty of Engineering, KuKel, Student to provide their Student ID card to process
Center Building, Faculty of Mathematic their membership card for future medical re-
and Natural Sciences, Faculty of Public cord to receive this service. There are several
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services available:
a. Public Health Service BKM UI staff of counselors consists of psy-
b. Dental Health Service chologies, psychiatrists, and academic coun-
selors.
Service Hours:

FACILITIES AND
Monday – Thursday : 08.00 - 12.30 Problems handled by BKM UI

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and 14.00 - 19.00 Generally, the problems handled by the BKM
Friday : 08.00 - 11.00 UI consist of academic, personal, family, and
and 14.00 - 19.00 social problems.
Saturday : 08.00 - 12.00
BKM UI’s other services:
Note: • Online counseling
Aside from the above mentioned facilities for • Peer counseling training
students which are funded by the Students • Counseling training for counselor lectur-
Welfare and Facility Fund, GKFM in UI De- ers and BKM management in the faculty
pok Campus also provide facilities for blood level.
chemistry examinations, x-ray, and cardiac • Coordinate meeting between BKM in the
examination for university members with af- university and faculty level.
fordable prices. • Personality development training
• Group therapy
Pharmacy
The pharmacy provides free medicine for 3 UI Salemba Polyclinic
(three) days for UI students who seek treat- For students in the UI Salemba Campus, the
ments in the Polyclinic unit. The pharmacy university also provides similar health service
also provides various other medicines for first in the polyclinic for public health service.
aid needs for general public purchase.
Service time : Monday – Friday: 08.00 – 12.00
UI Student Counseling and Guidance (BKM) and 14.00 – 18.00
In providing service in the mental welfare of
the UI students, the Student Counseling and
Guidance is a place where UI students can re- 3.5.5. UI STUDENT DORMITORY
ceive psychological help in dealing with aca- Location : UI Campus, Depok
demic, personal or family problems. These Phone/Fax : +6221- 7874414 /
psychological help are given in the form of +6221-7874271
counseling and guidance. Guidance service is Capacity : 594 rooms for male students hous-
the provision of information (to an individual ing, 656 rooms for female students housing
or group) with the purpose of making sure (including the VIP – AC rooms)
that students are able to learn and build an Facility : TV, cafetaria, public pay phone,
optimal social relationship. Counseling ser- public internet shops, computer rental
vice is the process of giving help to students
and support student in finding a way to solve UI Wismarini Student Dormitory
his problem. Here, a counselor functions as a Location : Jl. Otto Iskandar Dinata No. 38,
facilitator. East Jakarta, Indonesia
Phone/Fax : +6221-8195058
Services in the UI Student Counseling and Capacity : 72 rooms for male students hous-
Guidance ing, 111 rooms for female students housing
The routine services provided by the BKM UI Facility : Badminton court, TV, cafeteria,
are counseling and guidance services daily Table Tennis
which are done at:
Service Time : Monday – Friday The UI Wismarini student dormitory is pro-
Service Hours : 09.00 – 15.00 vided to students from the Salemba Campus
Place : Student Welfare Center (Faculty of Medicine, Faculty of Dentistry and
2nd floor, Student Welfare Faculty of Nursing).
& Facility Center Building
UI Campus Depok
Phone : +6221-96384797
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Facility
• Standard housing facility Registration Process Flow Chart for UI
Bed, table, chair, wardrobe, shoe rack, Dormitory
lamp, bathroom, wash basin.
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Step 1: Joint Academic Registration where students will
• Technology facility
receive their student ID number (NPM). Students will
FACILITIES AND

Public pay phone shops, public internet then be asked to fill out registration form and enclose:
shop, photocopy (1) a copy of ID card (2) a copy of academic registration
• Public facility proof (3) a copy of acceptance letter (4) 3x4 photographs
Cafeteria, praying room, laundry service, (5) a letter of statement on impoverished condition (6)
sport facility, car/motorcycle parking ar- not a smoker statement
eas, minimart, dormitory market
Step 2: acquire a recommendation from the Faculty’s
Room Specification Associate Dean for Students Affair --> submit the form
• Standard room package + recommendation --> considered entitled to a
Standard bed, table, chair, bookcase, room in the dormitory: No --> STOP; Yes --> continue to
wardrobe, shoe rack, lamp, outdoor the next step
bathroom, non AC.
• Standard plus room
Step 3: Make a registration at the UI Depok dormitory
Standard bed, table, chair, book case, by submitting the form package + recommendation, pay
wardrobe, shoe rack, lamp, outdoor the first month rent + security deposit at the dormitory
bathroom, air conditioned. counter.
• Bungur and Melati room
Spring bed mattress, table, chair, indoor
bathroom, wash basin, small kitchen, liv- Step 4: Accepted as dormitory resident for two semes-
ters. Submit proof of payment and receive the room key.
ing room, air conditioned.
• VIP room
Spring bed mattress, table, chair, indoor 3.5.6. WISMA MAKARA
bathroom, wash basin, small kitchen, liv- Phone : +6221-78883670, 78883671
ing room, air conditioned. Reservation : +6221-78883672
E-mail : info@makara.cso.ui.ac.id
Other information Website : http://www.wismamakara.com
• UI Depok dormitory has their own set
of rules and regulations which must be Wisma Makara, located within the UI Depok
obeyed by all dormitory residents as an campus, is a choice of accommodation for the
attempt to create conducive environ- Southern Jakarta and Depok area. This hotel is
ment for dormitory residents and as an very suitable for seminar, training, workshop
attempt to maintain harmony among the activities. Surrounded by rubber trees and a
various elements of the UI Depok dormi- lake; the hotel’s cool, calm, and beautiful
tory residents. atmosphere provides the perfect background
• Each undergraduate student residents of for your various activities. The hotel’s tran-
the UI Depok dormitory are entitled to quility also makes it very suitable for those of
live in the dormitory for one year (semes- you who need tranquility to work and rest.
ters 1 and 2).
• Residents will be charged for every elec- Available facilities:
tronic device which they brought to their • 7 fully furnished rooms (AC, TV, refrigera-
dormitory rooms. tor)
• For further information, please contact UI • Restaurant
Dormitory secretariat at +6221-78744144 • Swimming Pool
or by clicking http://asrama.ui.edu. • Coffee Shop
• Meeting room (up to 100 person capacity)
• Pay phone shop and internet shop
• Photocopy
• Ballroom (with 800 person capacity)
• Parking area

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5. not to be use as a passenger space. please do the follow- Activity Center (Pusgiwa). are single seat bicy- organizations. Students simply showed their student ID Capacity : 300 People card (KTM) to officer in charge of each Phone : +6221-31901355/56 bike shelter. order and function well. Make sure that you have both hand on the ter Building. use them in accordance. this program establishes col- (PUSGIWA) laboration with the Bike to Work and Polygon. B. passing other bicycle. 3. Campus bicycle can only be use on the cilities in UI under the management of Direc. 4. Pusgiwa also provides many fa. For usage outside of . interested party must C. stay at the left side of the track when ment in implementing the “Go Green” pro. futsal court and climbing mines your comfort in cycling.8.Volleyball court to Friday.00 – 17. cles. to be added in accordance with the campus development or demand. ride them outside of the available track This hall is often used for various activities or to take them outside of campus area. Each bicycle is equipped with a trunk many more. It is forbidden to torate of Student Affairs and Alumni Relation. Each bicycle has three shifter levels. The hall is available for use by with a maximum capacity of 10 kg and is the university members and public. several sport facilities are available: height.9. ing: and Sport Facilities must be submitted to the 1. Stadium 5. . Pusgiwa UI is a place for various student ac- FACILITIES AND tivities in Universitas Indonesia. UI STUDENTS HALL How to Borrow: Location : UI Salemba Campus 1. UI Campus Depok. UI STUDENT ACTIVITY CENTER Started in 2008.7. gram.10.5. Location : UI Campus Depok making UI the first campus in Indonesia with Phone : +6221-7270201 their own Bike to Campus program. put your books/bags on Phone : +6221-7866403. Here we can These bicycles. wall. Students may return the borrowed bicy- . which colors and and form are CAMPUS LIFE find secretariat offices of various UI student specially design for UI. UI has provided free bicycles as a mean 6. 3. Pay special attention to cycling safety.Hockey field lation. lation UI located at the Student Activity Cen. 4. SPORT FACILITIES officer in charge of each bike shelter.Triple Jump Field their student ID card (KTM) to the officer . BIKE TO CAMPUS 5. 7. bicycle handle.Basketball court (3 lines) .Basketball court service day and time. workshops.5. Borrowed bicycle is the responsibility of each student until it is returned to the 3. Arrange your seat in accordance to your at FTUI. 2. the height of your seat deter- basket ball court.00. 08. 51 .Badminton court Service time for Bike to Campus is Monday . available bicycle track. Pay special care to motorcycles at each of transportation within the campus area. In Door (Gymnasium) . Fax : +6221-7863453 3.Athletic Field of said shelter. such as meetings.Badminton court (1 line) A few points worth noting in cycling: Once you’ve received your borrowed bicycle Permit form or letter for the use of UI Student from the shelter officer. crossing.3. UI Student Hall. 7863453 the provided space. By July 2009.5. Make sure that your bicycle are in good Directorate of Student Affairs and Alumni Re. of bicycle available for use and will continue 400 person auditorium. seminars. there are around 300 units cilities for students’ acitivites such as an 300. Ride the bicycle on the provided track. Out Door coordinate in accordance to the existing regu- . 2. A.Football field cle at the nearest bike shelter by showing . The UI Salemba Student Hall is one of the fa. and 3. As a proof to Universitas Indonesia’s commit.

Chairman and Vice Chairman within the IKM UI are: of BEM UI are elected as a couple directly by 1. Term of office for tives. and designing which is the parent organization for all stu. Membership of DPM UI is inaugurated in their fight in realizing the country’s objec. and assessment of Students Representa- tive Council’s (BEM UI) Work Accountability IKM UI is a formal and legal organization Report. BEM UI Board of Adminis- (Dewan Perwakilan Mahasiswa . society oriented. serve and coordinate with the Universitas Activity Unit Indonesia Autonomy Body of UKM UI. Students Representative Council nesia General Election. while there can only be one rep- CAMPUS LIFE and struggling toward that goal must always resentative from each faculty’s legislative FACILITIES AND be balanced with moral power as future asset body. Student Executive Body and Vice Chairman of BEM UI are later official- 4. simultaneously with the inauguration of the tific. The requirements be accommodated. supervi- hasiswa Universitas Indonesia – IKM UI). The elected Chairman 3.6. voting implemented according to Laws and Consti. Autonomous Body of the Student Activity funds and facilities at the university level.BEM) the Universitas Indonesia Student Society As. Regular members are IKM UI members that are not registered within the Students Representative Council active membership of IKM UI.DPM) trators is elected based on open and close re- Students Representative Council is the high cruitment mechanism. The symbol of (Badan Eksekutif Mahasiswa . students need a vessel where all members of the DPM UI is one year and ended of their independent. registered students in the Universitas Indo- nesia. Unit addressing the external politic policy of IKM 8. Sovereignty of IKM period of management. DPM UI has dent Society Association (Ikatan Keluarga Ma. Active members are IKM UI members Building (Pusgiwa). procedures and received recommendation +6285717884964 from the faculty. Secretariat : Student Activity Center bers. Financial Audit Agency ly inaugurated with a Student Forum Decree. and student element of the Students Representative Council Board of Trustees. In Universitas Indonesia. family oriented. Student Element of the Board of Trustees other: advocate students in issues relating to 7. Term of office for UI Students Representative Council is one year. and the right to convey suggestion and tution of IKM UI. faculty’s executive body. Student Court Function and authority of BEM UI are. Members of the DPM UI lies in the hand of the students and is fully UI are entitled to interpellation right. 2nd floor that have followed active member admission Phone :+6221-94629107. STUDENT ORGANIZATION from each faculties and representatives of Students are a nation’s agent of change in legislative bodies of each faculty. Semi Autonomous Body of the Student UI. 5. the DPM UI consist of independent members 3. The members of IKM UI are express their opinions. right. scien. by a student forum decree. sion. the authority in term of legislative. Students Forum members of the IKM UI in a Universitas Indo- 2. Members of 52 . regulated within the IKM UI laws. Universitas Indonesia Students Representa- sociation (IKM UI) is the Makara of Universitas tive Council is a student organization within Indonesia with the wording IKATAN KELUARGA the university level with the executive power. facility. level body within the Universitas Indonesia Student Society Association (IKM UI) which possesses a legislative power. jurisdiction. IKM nancial budget plan of each student organiza- UI adopts constitutional values adapted with tions within the Universitas Indonesia for each the need of student lives. from January to Decem- Student organizations that are incorporated ber each year. MAHASISWA UNIVERSITAS INDONESIA in black. for becoming a member of the DPM UI are this vessel is called Universitas Indonesia Stu. consisting of active and regular mem. and open activities can new members of the DPM. Thus. Their power in fighting election. the admission mechanism and follow up on fi- dent activities in Universitas Indonesia. Indepen- making changes towards a fair and prosper dent members are voted through a general independent society. among 6.

While the 2. Student Voice tonomic UKM UI Autonomy Body.id 4. English Debating Society (EDS) UKM Autonomy Body is a UKM in the university level which is deemed qualified and valid by f. Paragita Choir more skill and higher level of competitiveness 5. Hindu Student Society (Keluarga Maha- (UKM-UI) is a place of student activities and siswa Hindu) creations in the Universitas Indonesia in one FACILITIES AND area of specialization. Tennis Email : cdc-ui@ui. Buddhist Student Society (Keluarga Maha- (Unit Kegiatan Mahasiswa . Taekwondo the initiator of this event has never won this 2. Cricket organized by the Directorate General of High- 13.ac. Below is some of the Stu- 1. CEDS Universitas Indonesia UKM Semi Autonomy 3. Catholic Student Society (Keluarga Maha- siswa Katolik . Bridge The National Student Science Week (Pekan 10. Oikumene Civitas Academica Society (PKM-P) (Persekutuan Oikumene Sivitas Akade. find a causal relationship be. Others of specialization. Academic Group CAMPUS LIFE services at the university level. Entrepreneurship the decree of the Student Forum into an au. Students’ Mountaineering Club (Mapala) of the Students Representative Council. Krida Budaya Dance League (CDC) 2. Volley Ball 8. Hockey Phone/Fax : +6221-70880577/78881021 3. 1. Martial Art NAS. CDC is located in the b. Merpati Putih event. 1. Student Theater and at the same time channeled UI graduates to the working world. Moslem Student Society (Nuansa Islam dent Activities Program being contested with- Mahasiswa .Student Activity Unit 4. Student Radio (RTC UI FM) 107. The Student 1. Futsal Ilmiah Mahasiswa Nasional .7. talent and religious e. losing out to other state universities 3. education and community service of the society in a Student d.PIMNAS) is a pres- 11. Aikido such as IPB and UGM.8. Madah Bahana Marching Band Career Development Center is a center with 3. Religious Groups Activities Program.POSA) to identify the determinants of the quality of the product.UKM) siswa Budhis) Student Activity Unit of Universitas Indonesia 5. PIMNAS is an opportu- 4. 2. Wira Makara (Student Regiment) at the university level under the coordination 2. Art 3. located at 3rd floor of 5. 53 . talent and religious services 1. Soccer FTUI also has a CDC.9 Body is a place of student activities and cre- ations in the Universitas Indonesia in one area g. Universitas Indonesia 2.KMK) Student Creativity Program – Research 3. 6. Unfortunately. Soft Ball 3. a. CAREER DEVELOPMENT CENTER 1.SALAM) in the National Student Science Week. Mahawarditra Philharmonic the aim of preparing UI graduates to have 4. Eka Prasetya Student Study Group Activity Unit consists of the Autonomy and (KSM EP) Semi Autonomy Bodies. Dance Sport tigious event for all Universities in Indonesia 12. Universitas Indonesia as 1. Wushu nity to channel the creativity. Badminton 2. NATIONAL STUDENT SCIENCE WEEK 9. Swimming Phone : +6221-78880766 7. Basket Ball Engineering Center (EC) Building. Table Tennis er Education (DIKTI). Sport Student Center Building. This program is a research program that aimed mika . The Adikarta Kertawida- ya trophy is the award contested at the PIM- c.

Social Economy field. Submission deadline for PKM-K. Technology and Engineering field.seal. research. Chemistry.GT) havior of the Javanese community and other This program is a program of writing a scien- activities that have such a purpose. solution of a problem which the PKMT partner 3. their skills in entrepreneurship and is a profit 6. Public Health. html 54 .ui. Animal Husbandry.ac. PKM-AI are in March of each year. and realistic solution. teaching methods Balinese script in internships. prototypes. testing service which the student has done himself FACILITIES AND the efficacy of plant extracts. and arts in an effort to of these areas can be followed by students in increase performance. small-scale industries (home industries. and Art. children. Economic.id/info-pkm-2010. tific article which originated from student ac- modifying existing products. including: Astronomy. Mathematic and Natural Sciences field. 2. the student must attach a Statement of Will. the existence of UI as a research university strengthening community institutions. equipment or production processes. tific article that originated from ideas or con- cepts from a group of students. and many other). http://mahasiswa. 6000. Nu- systems and many other) or other micro-or trition. Philosophy. Student Creativity Program – Entrepreneur. ing: Information Technology. in the proposed program. relief efforts on illiterates in the society and For further information : other community programs both for formal http://bem. the so. a health survey of street velopment work. because the product is a cultural Technology.Writing Scien- with a form or equipment. idea refers to an actual problem that can be plication (PKM-T) found in the community and require a smart This program is a technology assistance pro. ences study program under the Faculty of dents will need in entrepreneurship and to Education. Geography. elementary school students.id/ and non-formal societies. . and Student Creativity Program – Community PKM-P proposals are in October of each year. Social and This program is the where students develop Political Sciences. This written Student Creativity Program . Medicine. formulate mar. and Psychology. cept (PKM . Win the Adikarta Kertawidya cialization of rational drug use. experimented Student Creativity Program . exposure to trophy and show the existence of UI as the and understanding aspects of customary law. Obstetrics. students to exchange ideas with their partner Agriculture. build business skills. the rate of eco- nomic growth in the craft center of Kasongan. prioritizes. grams are subdivided into seven groups of models.AI) method of learning. Humanities field. Physics. Maritime. PIMNAS is a means to prove structuring and improving the environment. Biology. fields of science. includ- paper with Rp. Fisheries. Business commodities pro. Education field. and Agricultural Technology. PKM-M. and Agri- in the program first. community de- keting techniques. In each area these pro- gram (quality of raw materials. conduct an inventory of This program is a program of writing a scien- resources. field practice. (case studies. Research Campus. in Indonesia. duced can be in the form of goods or services 7. traders or cooperation) as needed by the po. including: Religion. Health field. student creativity program. 12 faculties at UI. including: Agribusi- ship (PKM-K) ness (Agriculture).Technology Ap. tween two or more factors. identify the tivities in education. including: Pharmacy.ui. Agricultural field. enter the market. PKMT require Medicine. and quality assurance 1. guage. and Mathematics. Service (PKM-M) while deadline proposals for PKM-GT and This program is an assistance program in sci.ac. technology. Lan- oriented program. Almost all ence. Engineering. Literature. or community CAMPUS LIFE chemical compounds in the plants. Forestry. ingness to Work Together with Partner on a 4. to establish the tific Articles (PKM . 5. namely: waste management. Dentistry. include: Veterinary tential partners in the program. Thus. Student Creativity Program – Written Con- superstition factor that characterizes the be. small Nursing. including: Education Sci- which in turn are one of the basic capital stu.

PT.Jakarta Thesis Scholarship 65. 31. Student Special Aid 54. Supersemar 13. Sariboga 10. Bank Mandiri 47. Tanoto 14. 21. Unilever 55 .Diknas (Super Excellent Scholarship) through the website of the Directorate of Stu. DIKNAS government and the private sector. SCHOLARSHIP 18. Bank KEB Indonesia 45. Bank Mayapada 50. 40. Exxon MOBIL (For Students from Aceh) General requirement procedure for scholar. PT. Thiess 5. Gudang Garam 3. BPMIGAS 3. BRI Universitas Indonesia currently manages ap. 30. PT. Shell (New Scheme) .DERMONT • Not a smoker. Eka CIpta (Uang Buku) 27. TPSDP (DIKTI) . Salim 7. PPA/BBM Angkatan 2009 • Other requirements as stated by the Do. . PPE LIST OF NAME OF SCHOLARSHIP DONOR/ 39. Diknas 2 (PPA) 23. PT.ui. 57. BMU Scholarship 61. MC. West Java Scholarship 60. 37.mahasiswa. Bank BNI 46 42. Eka 2008 . Sumitomo Corporation Scholarship 12. BAZNAS 59. Accenture 2. BUMA Apparel Industry SPONSOR FOR UNIVERSITAS INDONESIA STU. Djarum There are two types of scholarship in UI: 24. Bank Central Asia 43. Total E & P 16. PT. Tanoto S2 15. 28. BUMN proximately 71 scholarships both from the 20. Rotary Club Jakarta Sudirman . LGE the requirement given by the donor/ 33. PT. Sun Life Indonesia 4. Eka 2007 .Jakarta Achievement Scholarship 64. KORINDO script stating a GPA corresponding with 32. UFJ Foundation / Mitsubishi . Karya Salemba 4 (KS 4) • Submit a photocopy of academic tran. 36. Sampoerna Astro Asih 8. 17. 35.2009 • Donor/Sponsor Scholarship 26.2008 • UI Scholarship 25.PPA/BBM DIII nor/Sponsor. Bank Permata 52. DKI Jakarta Scholarship 63. Part TIme Job • Is not a receiver of similar other scholar. Sumitomo Bank (Supportive Scholarship) . CIMB Niaga Excellent Scholarship 62.PPA/BBM S1 38.Diknas (Excellent Activist Scholarship) FACILITIES AND tion about scholarships can be obtained at . Shell (Extention Scheme) 11.ac. Indosat Associate Dean of Student Affairs. Recapital . Bank Niaga 51.Bank Mandiri 48. .Bank Mandiri Prestasi 49. . Bank Indonesia 44.9. Sumitomo Bank (Full Scholarship) dent 58. Sime Darby Student 56. 34. MARUBENI sponsor. Informa. Bank Tabungan Negara 53. Coca Cola DENTS 41.Special Aid for Vocational Program Stu.Diknas (Excellent Master Scholarship) CAMPUS LIFE the Student Affairs Division of each faculty or . Indocement 1.Special Aid for Undergraduate Program 55. Qatar Charity 6. PT. Diknas 1 (BBM) dent Affairs at www. Bank Lippo 46. 22. Exxon MOBIL (For Students from Aceh) ship application from Donor/Sponsor: • Submit application through the Faculty Thesis Head with a recommendation from the 29. 19. Sampoerna Foundation 9. Posco (Thesis Aid) ship.id.

Asuransi Jasa Ra. • If after 180 (one hundred and eighty) Interested and Associate Dean days. student must gram to Universitas report the accident no later than 3x24 Indonesia hours to the office of the Universitas The information The information Indonesia Directorate of Student Affairs on the scholarship will then be shared is then posted on with Student Sub Directorate of Student Welfare Ser- www.10. nouncement is ents by the sponsor passed on to the company company Faculty’s student affairs division Compensation Receivable from the Insurance Claim Announcement Announcement of Death due to an accident : to scholarship the scholarship recipients recipients is posted Rp. Depok Campus sia for each running semester (participate in The Depok Campus Post Office offers postage academic activities) will also be registered as stamp sales. ing from injuries) must be submitted by attaching the original and valid receipt Student pass from doctor/hospital/clinic that treated scholarship selection the student’s injuries.000. Yayasan Goodwill Internasional • Accidents included within the insurance 70. an insurance member of PT. parcel post. insur- qualified stu. Universi- recipient an. tas Indonesia Campus. the accident is not reported. of Student Affairs dents provide provide his/her ance compensation shall be canceled.000. harja. Y.000. checks and postal giro and savings services such as Batara. 3. scholarship recipi. Permanent disability due to accident : ui. Students Faculty Directorate of Student Affairs • Compensation on claim regarding stu- dents’ accident is only applicable to Start those who have paid the DKFM fee for the semester.ac.id Affairs division in each faculty vices or the nearest PT Jasa Raharja Of- fice Branch. Tidak Ya • Non-medical care or treatment is not compensable. - 3. Depok. INSURANCE 3.Pertamina (Tuition Fee) and extracurricular activities whether it is within or outside of Campus area and with the UI/Faculty’s Management’s Flowchart of Scholarship Application knowledge and permission. Rp. Post Office. money orders. special delivery mail delivery. all requirement recommendation to apply for the on students who • Compensation claim (for victims suffer- scholarship will receive the scholarship. Associate Dean of Final scholarship • Students may send their inquiries regard- Student Affairs rec- ommends students selection and selec- tion result submission ing any matter that are not listed here di- who will receive the scholarship. Toyota (REGULER) to submit an insurance claim in accordance 68.000. - dent Affairs Division Care / medical Treatment due to accident (maximum payment) : Rp. GENERAL INFORMATION Each student enrolled in Universitas Indone. 66. 56 .mahasiswa.Pertamina (Living Allowance) UI campus to participate in academic .YKPP . to the scholarship sponsor rectly to the Universitas Indonesia Head of Student Welfare Sub Directorate at the Scholarship Confirmation of Central Administration Building. YKPP . registered mail. Y. Sponsors (companies) offer scholarship pro- • In the event of an accident. 10. - on www.11. Asahi Glass (YAGI) For these insured students. Yayasan IJARI with the following provisions: 69.mahasiswa.ac.id or through finish the Faculty’s Stu. ui. YAYASAN TIFICO claim are accidents which occurred dur- CAMPUS LIFE 71.Pertamina ing the student’s journey from home to FACILITIES AND .000.YKPP . they are allowed 67.500. 5.

Students Experience an 7270023. Jasa Raharja ment. 7863460 Accounted Peril Firefighters : 116 Students file a SAR : 55 021 report to UPT PLK/Nearest Police station Ambulance RSCM : 118 Accidents : 119. 7270021. 16424 Insurance Claims Process Important Phone Numbers FACILITIES AND UI Campus Salemba Student Faculty Directorate of CAMPUS LIFE Phone : +6221-330343. ate of Student Putra South Jakarta : 7206011 logical report Affairs West Jakarta : 5482371 of event and East Jakarta : 8191478 report from UPT PLK/Police Depok : 7520014 Student files his/her claim to Jasa Raharja Putra Mampang Branch Office.Depok Campus. 334 130 Students request a cover Police (on duty) : 525011 letter from As- sociate Dean of Associate Dean Directorate of Student Affairs of Student Af. Student Affairs Police station by providing: fairs submit the issues the cover- Central Jakarta : 3909922 doctor’s letter. insurance claim ing letter to PT. to the Director. South Jakarta Finish 57 . North Jakarta : 491 017 a proof of pay. UI . chrono. 3303455 Students Affairs Fax : +6221-330343 Start UI Campus Depok Phone : +6221-7270020.Address: Ground Floor Integrated Student Services Center (PPMT) Building. 7270022.

to present their research findings in Accident the police front of an international audience. Accident Report issued by an opportunity to share detailed insights Accident the police from different understandings and practices 3.id of Student Affairs to the Di- rectorate of Students Affairs. knowledge. Treatment report from the attending doctor researchers informed on current issues and 4. Autopsy report from the yakarta. QUALITY IN RESEARCH (QiR) Injured the police CONFERENCE 3. The 13th 3. physician and the pharmacy It was attended by over 500 participants from 1. A notification letter from and practitioners. A notification letter from 22 different countries in the world. Accident Report from associated with technology. Accident Report issued by 3. A notification letter from TECHNOLOGY the Faculty’s Associate Dean International Journal of Technology (IJTech) is of Student Affairs to the Di. A notification letter from the Faculty’s Associate Dean Website: www. Death 5.ui.id. Accident Report from Transportation Agency QiR will be held on 18 – 21 June 2012 in Yog- 4. A copy of the victim's birth certificate 3. Accident Report issued by Injured cidate the knowledge of engineering design the police and technology. International Journal of Technology provides Train 2. INTERNATIONAL OFFICE 7. develop. Heir certificate letter from the local district office. Their goal is to assist the international students and schol- ars handle their academic-related matters at Universitas Indonesia and to bridge Universitas 58 . Original receipt from the best practices. be it rectorate of Students Affairs. This con- the Faculty’s Associate Dean of Student Affairs to the Di. Accident Report issued by students. Autopsy report from the change of insights and ideas regarding value Death hospital and practices for dissemination. the Faculty’s Associate Dean of Student Affairs to the Di- rectorate of Students Affairs. ference provide a chance for students. Cause Condition Required Document 3. It provides an Polsuska (PT.13.ui. A copy of the victim’s to international society of practitioners and birth certificate researchers with interest in technology design 7.12.ijtech. For more detail information on Qir. master or doctoral program Road 2. 1. undergraduate. Death Certificate Journal of Technology will publish your work 6. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF 1. Heir certificate letter tors. Treatment report from the QiR Conference is a bi-annual international attending doctor conference organized by FTUI since 1998. A copy of Family Card International Office is the university division dedicated to support the internationalization 8. to keep practitioners and 3. KAI) international forum for cross-disciplinary ex- 4.eng. International 5. from the local district office. and elu- FACILITIES AND 2.14. goals of the university and to handle interna- tional mobility involving the university and the international civitas academica. hospital please visit: http://qir.eng.ac.ac. the objectives to explore. bi-annual international referred journal with CAMPUS LIFE rectorate of Students Affairs. as well as serving as a plat- hospital or the attending form for the exchange of ideas. physician and expertise among technology researchers 1. 2. The 4. Death Certificate 6. Original receipt from the hospital or the attending 12th QiR was held in Bali from 4 – 7 July 2012. A copy of Family Card and development from a wide variety of sec- 8.

ac. Visiting Scholars. Universitas Indonesia Kampus Depok. please contact: Central Administration Building 1st Floor. Government to Govern- ment Cooperation (G to G). International Research and Research Training. Universitas Indonesia has a worldwide cooperation with various universities all over the world. These op- portunities are open for all university members from lecturers to students. Double De- gree. Jawa Barat 16424 Phone/fax : +62 21 – 7888 0139 Email : intofui@yahoo. are some of the services provided by the International Office. be it in their Bach- elor. These cooperations include not only academic but also research collaborations. For further information. Study abroad.id Milist : internationaloffice@yahoogroups. Students can ben- efit from these programs in experiencing a once in a life time chance to study and understand different academic cultures in the world. International Knowledge Transfer. Student Exchange. giv- FACILITIES AND ing the international access and exposure to its CAMPUS LIFE entire proud member.D program.com. Sandwich Program. io-ui@ui. International Learn- ing and Teaching. Regional Cooperation (International Associations & International Forums). The International Office of Universitas Indonesia provides various services such as: Bilateral Coop- eration (University to University Cooperation).Indonesia’s civitas academica with overseas uni- versities.com Twitter : @intofui 59 . Master or Ph. Scholarship Opportunities.

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health and safety. Explain the impact of historical and contemporary issues on the identification. environment. ethical. Solve problems in mathematics and apply this knowledge to the solution of engineering prob- lems. social. Solve problems in physics. and International 5. Awarding Universitas Indonesia Institution Double Degree: Universitas Indonesia and partner university 2. Design a system or process to meet desired needs within such realistic constraints as econom- ic. political. and solution of engineering problems and explain the impact of engineering solutions on the economy. Study Duration Designed for 4 years Type of Semester Number of Semester Number of weeks / semester Regular 8 17 Short (optional) 3 8 11. or D3 / Polytechnique / equivalent. Analyzed and solve well-defined engineering problems in at least four technical areas appro- priate to civil engineering (ASCE 14) 62 . Apply the principles of sustainability to the design of traditional and emergent engineering systems.T) Double Degree: Sarjana Teknik (S. Analyze and solve problems in solid and fluid mechanics (ASCE 6) 5. Language(s) of Instruction Bahasa Indonesia and English 8. Requirements AND pass the entrance exam. Graduate Profiles: A Bachelor Engineer who is able to design and built green civil engineering infrastructures with professional ethics 12. Class Regular. (ASCE 11) 10. UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM IN CIVIL ENGINEERING UNDERGRADUATE Program Specification 1. (ASCE 8) 7. Programme Tittle Undergraduate Program in Civil Engineering 4. Develop solutions to well-defined project management problems. environmental. (ASCE 9) 8. Entry High school /equivalent. political landscape. (ASCE 13) 12. (ASCE 10) 9. chemistry and one additional area of natural sciences and apply this knowledge to the solution of engineering problems. Study Scheme (Full Time / Part Full Time Time) 9. Expected Learning Outcomes: 1. (ASCE 1) 2. 10. Final Award Sarjana Teknik (S. (ASCE 12) 11. formulation. constructability. and society.T) and Bachelor of Engineer- ing (B. UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM (REGULAR/PARALLEL/INTERNATIONAL) PROGRAM 4.Accredited. (ASCE 2) 3.Eng) 6.1. Parallel. Teaching Institution Universitas Indonesia Double Degree: Universitas Indonesia and partner university 3. AUN-QA 7. Develop problem statements and solve well-defined fundamental civil engineering problems by applying appropriate techniques and tools. and sustain- ability. Use knowledge of material sciences to solve problem appropriate to civil engineering (ASCE 5) 4. Analyze the results of experiments and evaluate the accuracy of the results within the known boundaries of the tests and materials in or across more than one of the technical areas of civil engineering. 4. Apply the principles of probability and statistics to solve problems containing uncertainties. Accreditation / Recognition BAN-PT: A . (ASCE 7) 6.

13. Demonstrate the ability for self-directed learning. nation and country (UI-b) 23. Classification Credit Hours (SKS) Percentage i University General Subjects 18 13 % ii Basic Engineering Subjects 25 17 % iii Core Subjects 45 31 % iv Elective Subjects 45 31 % v Internship. Use knowledge of entrepreneurship to identify an independent business based on creativity and professional ethics (UI-e) 13 Classification of Subjects No. (ASCE 16) UNDERGRADUATE 15. (ASCE 17 and 18) 16. creative mind. Organize. and solve engineering problems within a global context. and use appropriate graphical standards in preparing engineering drawings. (ASCE 19) 17. Analyze a situation involving multiple conflicting professional and ethical interests to deter- mine an appropriate course of action. Define key aspects of advanced technical specialization appropriate to civil engineering. (ASCE 23) 20. (ASCE 24) 21. Propose alternative solutions of several problems occur in society. Apply the rules of grammar and composition in verbal and written communications. (ASCE 15) 14. Explain attitudes supportive of the professional practice of civil engineering. critical thinking. (ASCE 20) 18. inovative and intelectual curiosity in solving individual and group problems. Discuss and explain key concepts and processes involved in public policy. (UI-a) 22. Demonstrate integrity. formulate. ndergraduate 11 8% Thesis. Total Credit Hours to Graduate 144 SKS Career Prospect • Leader • Builder • Environmental Stewards • Innovator • Communicator 63 . 12. (ASCE 22) 19. Seminar. business and public PROGRAM administration. properly cite sources. Project Total 144 100 % 14. homogenous group. Apply leadership principles to direct the efforts of a small.

Explain the impact principles of of historical and sustainability to the contemporary issues on 19. Discuss and explain and ethical interests to 9. Use knowledge of entrepreneurship to Can operate 4. and engineering systems. inovative and intelectual curiosity in solving several problems occur in society. Design a system or process to meet desired 23. engineering problems environment. engineering(ASCE-15). Develop problem statements andsolve 18. health and safety. 1. Communicate effectively in Bahasa mind. techniques and tools. Analyze the results of experiments and evaluate the accuracy of the results within the known boundaries of the tests and materials in or across more than one of the technical areas of civil engineering . creative 2. Apply the principles of probability 7. and solve on the economy. and society. Use knowledge of (ASCE-10). Apply the 14. problems. 4. identify an independent business based on ICT (UI-c & and English for academic and non individual and group problems. engineering solutions problems by applying appropriate problem appropriate to formulate. 21. 15. . Analyzed and solve well-defined engineering problems in at least four technical areas appropriate to civil engineering(ASCE-14) 20. Demonstrate the ability 11. constructability.Develop solutions 12. (ASCE-6). (ASCE-8 & UI-c). (ASCE-9). Solve problems in physics. Apply the rules of grammar and composition in verbal and written (ASCE-23). Demonstrate integrity. containing uncertainties(ASCE-12) solution of engineering problems. political 10. Apply leadership standards in preparing engineering drawings(ASCE 16 & UI-d). problems and explain well-defined fundamental civil engineering material sciences to solve the impact of 16. to well-defined key concepts and determine an appropriate principles to direct the course of action project management processes involved in efforts of a small. Explain attitudes 5. and appropriate to civil sustainability.Define key aspects of needs within such realistic constraints as advanced technical economic.64 UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM Learning Outcomes Flow Diagram Graduate Profile : A Bachelor Engineer who is able to design and built green civil engineering infrastructures with professional ethics 22. critical thinking. and emergent formulation. civil engineering(ASCE-5). (UI-d & ASCE 16). for self-directed learning involving multiple context. social. conflicting professional communications. Organize. (ASCE-24). and public administration 8. solution of engineering 17. Analyze and solve problems 6. business homogenous group (ASCE-20). design of traditional the identification. properly cite sources. Propose alternative solutions of 3. and use appropriate graphical 13. (ASCE-7).(ASCE-19) (ASCE-11). (ASCE-2).(ASCE-13) public policy. supportive of the professional practice of civil in solid and fluid mechanics and statistics to solve problems area of natural sciences andapply this knowledge to the engineering(ASCE-22). Analyze a situation within a global landscape. political. ASCE 3 & 4) creativity and professional ethics(UI-e) ASCE 8) academic purposes. chemistry and one additional (ASCE 17 & 18). (UI-a & ASCE-21) nation and country (UI-b. specialization ethical. environmental. Analyze and solve problems in solid and fluid mechanics(ASCE-6).

Steel Structural 2. Courses at 7. Courses from Physics I Water Water other Department other Department Physics II Statics Solid Mechanics 6. Flow Diagram of Subjects at Regular and Parallel Program University Nature & Engineering Technical & Design Elective Core Courses Sciences Electives Engineering Courses Sustainable Environment Etics & Civil Engineering Construction Built Impact Analysis Courses Law Civil Engineering Environment & ISO Courses Design of Mechanical Civil Engineering 2) Dynamics Integrated Solid Earthworks & Civil Engineering Waste Process Heavy Elective Courses Equipments Building Basic Soil Foundation Soil Mechanics 1. Construction Road 3. Rain 5. River Prevention Engineering 5. Environmental Geotechnic Calculus Fluid Mechanics Surveying (2+1) Pavement Design Problem 4. Courses at (3+1) Engineering 1 Engineering 2 Master Program Master Program Concrete Civil Structural Material Concrete Struct. Structural 1. Courses from 6. Pollution Calculus Design 4. Transportation Design 2 Transportation Engineering 3. Global Issue of Methods in System Geometric Advanced. Hydraulics Management 6. Safety English Religion Engineering Seminar Chemistry Analysis & Environment System Integrated Integrated Engineering Construction Statistic & Capita Selecta Internship Final Project Character Building Character Building Economics Management Probabilistic Course B Course A th th 1 st Semester 2nd Semester 3rd Semester 4th Semester 5th Semester 6th Semester 7 Semester 8 Semester UNDERGRADUATE 65 PROGRAM . Wood Linear Algebra Construction Mechnics Engineering Analysis with Structural Design Stiffness Method 2. to Civil Advanced Structural Health. Basic Chemistry Sport /Art Engineering Design 2 Capstone Properties (2+1) Design 1 System Project Steel Structural Design 1 Introd.

Transportation Earthworks & System Heavy Equipments 7.66 UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM Flow Diagram of Subjects at International Program Semester 5 to 8 Continue Double Degree Program Single Degree Program Engineering Civil Engineering University to QUT or other Partner Courses Courses Courses in UI Semester 1 to 8 in UI Universities Sustainable Built Elective Courses Environment Introd. River 5. Prevention Physics I Soil Mechanics Sport /Art 5. EIA. Construction Environmental Methods in Problem Geotechnic 4. Pollution Engineering Basic Soil Concrete Struct . Transportation System System Waste Process Construction Law Engineering 2. to Civil Civil Design of Building Steel Structural Engineering Engineering Integrated Solid Religion 1. Courses from 7. Courses at Advanced. Safety Foundation Master Program Calculus Fluid Mechanics Master Program Calculus & Environment Engineering Advanced Construction Engineering Water Water Basic Chemistry Seminar Final Project Chemistry Management Economics Engineering 1 Engineering 2 Road Academic Writing Linear Algebra Statistic & Internship Surveying (2+1) Pavement Design Geometric Probabilistic Design 1 st Semester 2nd Semester 3rd Semester 4th Semester 5th Semester 6th Semester 7th Semester 8th Semester . Courses at 8. Steel Structural Material Structural Audit & ISO Statics Solid Mechanics Character Character Design 2 Properties (2+1) Analysis 3. Ethics & Construction Design 1 1. Mechanical (3+1) 6. Hydraulics Physics II Mechnics Design 1 6. Courses from other Department other Department 6. Concrete 2. Health. Global Issue of Building Course B Building Course A 4. Structural Design 2 Environmental Integrated Integrated 3.

Enviroment   ENEV 6 0 0009 Perancangan Pengolahan Limbah Padat Terpadu Design of Integrated Solid Waste Management 3 ENEV 6 0 0011 Amdal. Lingkungan 6. Geotechnics :   ENCV 6 0 0201 Mekanika Tanah Soil Mechanics 3   3. Manajemen Sumber Daya Air 4.Course Structure of Undergraduate Program in Civil Engineering (Regular/Parallel) CODE MATA AJARAN SUBJECT SKS   Semester 1 1st Semester   UIGE 6 0 0004 MPKT B Integrated Character Building Subject B 6 UNDERGRADUATE UIGE 6 0 0002 Bahasa Inggris English 3 PROGRAM ENGE 6 0 0003 Fisika Dasar 1 Physics 1 4 ENGE 6 0 0001 Kalkulus Calculus 4 ENGE 6 0 0010 Kimia Dasar Basic Chemistry 2     Sub Total 19   Semester 2 2nd Semester   UIGE 6 0 0001 MPKT A Integrated Character Building Subject A 6 UIGE 6 0 0003 Olah Raga/Seni Sport/ Art 1 ENGE 6 0 0002 Aljabar Linear Linear Algebra 4 ENGE 6 0 0004 Fisika Dasar 2 Physics 2 4 UIGE 6 0 0005-9 Agama Religious Studies 2 ENGE 6 0 0006 Kalkulus Lanjut Advanced Calculus 3     Sub Total 20   Semester 3 3rd Semester   ENGE 6 0 0005 Statistik dan Probabilistik Statistic and Probability 2 ENCV 6 0 0002 Pengantar Sistem Rekayasa Sipil Introduction to Civil Engineering System 3 ENCV 6 0 0003 Statika Statics 4 ENCV 6 0 0004 Mekanika Fluida Fluid Mechanics 3 ENCV 6 0 0005 Properti Material Material Properties 3 ENCV 6 0 0006 Konstruksi Bangunan Building Construction 4     Sub Total 19   Semester 4 4th Semester   ENGE 6 0 0007 Ekonomi Teknik Engineering Economics 3 ENCV 6 0 0007 Ilmu Ukur Tanah Surveying 3 ENCV 6 0 0008 Mekanika Benda Padat Solid Mechanics 4 ENCV 6 0 0009 Mekanika Tanah Dasar Basic Soil Mechanics 3 ENCV 6 0 0010 Sistem Rekayasa Sipil Civil Engineering System 3 ENCV 6 0 0011 Kimia Lanjut Advanced Chemistry 2 Mata Ajaran Pilihan Alam dan Sains Nature and Engineering Sciences Electives     Salah Satu dari : Choose one out of: ENCV 6 0 0012 Lingkungan Berkelanjutan Sustainable Built Environment 2 ENCV 6 0 0013 Dinamika Dynamics 2     Sub Total 20   Semester 5 5th Semester   ENCV 6 0 0014 Manajemen Konstruksi Construction Management 3 ENCV 6 0 0015 Analisa Struktur Structural Analysis 3 Mata Kuliah Pilihan Teknik dan Perancangan Technical & Design Elective Core In Semester 5   Pada semester 5 & 6 mahasiswa wajib memilih & 6 (Choose minimum of 24 credits offered by   minimal 24 SKS dari minimal 4 peminatan: at least 4 specializations)   1. Transportation :   ENCV 6 0 0301 Perancangan Struktur Perkerasan Pavement Design 3 ENCV 6 0 0302 Sistim Transportasi Transportation System 3   4. Safety and Environmental Protection 2 ENCV 6 0 0016 Kapita Selekta Capita Selecta 2 67 . Geoteknik : 2. Tranportasi : 3. Structure :   ENCV 6 0 0101 Perancangan Struktur Beton 1 Concrete Structural Design 1 3   2. Struktur : 1. Audit Lingkungan dan ISO Environment Impact Analysis and ISO 2     Sub Total 18   Semester 6 6th Semester   ENGE 6 0 0008 K3LL Health. Water Resources Mangement   ENCV 6 0 0401 Perancangan Infrastruktur Keairan 1 Water Engineering 1 3   6.

For students pursue to Master Degree Program through fast track mecha- nism. Transportation :   ENCV 6 0 0303 Perancangan Geometrik Jalan Road Geometric Design 3   4. at semester 7th and 8th. Construction Management   ENCV 6 0 0501 PTM dan Alat Berat Mechanical Earthworks and Heavy Equipments 3 ENCV 6 0 0502 Etika dan Aspek Hukum Industri Konstruksi Ethics and Construction Law 2   Pilihan (*) Electives (*) 3     Sub Total 17   Semester 7 7th Semester   ENCV 6 0 0017 Kerja Praktek Internship 3 ENCV 6 0 0019 Seminar Seminar 1 ENCV 6 0 0018 Proyek (**) Capstone Project (**) 3 Pilihan (*)   Electives (*)       Sub Total 16   Semester 8 8th Semester   ENCV 6 0 0020 Skripsi Final Project 4 Pilihan (*)   Electives (*) 9     Sub Total 13     Total 144 (*) Elective Courses : Students may choose elective courses : 1. Offered by undergraduate program in Semester 7 and 8. Manajemen Sumber Daya Air 4. Tranportasi : 3. Geotechnics :   ENCV 6 0 0202 Rekayasa Pondasi Foundation Engineering 3   3. CODE MATA AJARAN SUBJECT SKS Mata Kuliah Pilihan Teknik dan Perancangan Technical & Design Elective Core   Pada semester 5 & 6 mahasiswa wajib memilih (Choose minimum of 24 credits offered by at   minimal 24 SKS dari minimal 4 peminatan: least 4 specializations)   1. Geoteknik : 2. Offered by other Department with maxi- mum of 3 courses or 9 credits 4. choose maximum of 18 credits offered by one of specializations at master degree pro- gram. Struktur : 1. Water Resources Mangement   ENCV 6 0 0402 Perancangan Infrastruktur Keairan 2 Water Engineering 2 3   5. or 2. (**) For Bachelor Degree Students (Non Fast Track) 68 . Structure :   PROGRAM ENCV 6 0 0102 Perancangan Struktur Baja 1 Steel Structural Design 1 3 UNDERGRADUATE ENCV 6 0 0103 Perancangan Struktur Beton 2 Concrete Structural Design 2 3   2. 3. Offered by Master Degree program with maximum credits of 18 or. Manajemen Konstruksi 5.

  sebagai mata kuliah pilihan ered as elective courses Mata Kuliah Pilihan Lintas Departemen Elective courses offered by other Departe-     atau lintas Fakultas ments or other Faculty ENCV 6 0 0105 Perancangan Struktur Kayu Wood Structural Design 3 ENCV 6 0 0106 Perancangan Struktur Baja 2 Steel Structural Design 2 3 ENCV 6 0 0203 Metode Konstruksi Geoteknik Construction Methods in Geotechnic 3 ENEV 6 0 0017 Pencegahan Pencemaran Pollution Prevention 2 ENCV 6 0 0405 Pengelolaan Limpasan Hujan Rain Management 3 (*) Electives Courses of Master Degree Program Following are Compulsory / Electives Courses at Master Degree Program offered to Bachelor students as elective courses CODE MATA AJARAN SUBJECT SKS Semester Gasal       Kekhususan Struktur Structure   ENCV 8 0 0101 Mekanika Material Lanjut Advanced Mechanics of Material 3 ENCV 8 0 0102 Perancangan Struktur Beton Pratekan Design of Prestressed Concrete 3 ENCV 8 0 0103 Dinamika Struktur Dynamics of Structure 3   Kekhususan Geoteknik Geotechnics   ENCV 8 0 0201 Mekanika Tanah Lanjut Advanced Soil Mechanics 3 ENCV 8 0 0202 Investigasi Geoteknik Lanjut Advanced Geotechnical Investigation 3 ENCV 8 0 0203 Stabilitas Lereng dan Perbaikan Tanah Slope Stabilization and Soil Improvement 3   Kekhususan Transportasi Transportation   ENCV 8 0 0301 Perancangan Geometrik Jalan Lanjut Advanced Highway Geometric Design 3 ENCV 8 0 0302 Sistem Transportasi Lanjut Advanced Transportation System 3 ENCV 8 0 0303 Rekayasa dan Kendali Lalu Lintas Traffic Engineering and Control 3 Perencanaan dan Kebijakan Transpor- ENCV 8 0 0304 Transport Planning and Policy 3 tasi   Kekhususan MSDA Water Resources Management   ENCV 8 0 0401 Kimia Lingkungan Enviromental Chemistry 3 ENCV 8 0 0402 Hidrologi Lanjut Engineering Hydrology 3 ENCV 8 0 0001 Matematika Teknik Engineering Mathematics 3   Kekhususan Manajemen Konstruksi Construction Management   ENCV 8 0 0501 Manajemen Proyek Teknik Engineering Project Management 3 69 .Mata Ajar Pilihan (*) Electives Courses of Undergradute Program CODE MATA AJARAN SUBJECT SKS UNDERGRADUATE Semester Gasal     PROGRAM Kelebihan SKS Mata Kuliah Pilihan disain Technical & Design Elective Courses more   pada semester 5 dan 6 diperhitungkan than 24 credits at 5th & 6th semester are   sebagai mata kuliah pilihan considered as elective courses ENCV 6 0 0104 Analisa Struktur dengan Metode Kekakuan Structural Analysis with Stiffness Method 3 ENCV 6 0 0304 Teknik Transportasi Transportation Engineering 3 ENEV 6 0 0010 Permasalahan Lingkungan dalam isu global Environmental Global issues 2 ENCV 6 0 0403 Teknik Sungai River Engineering 3 ENCV 6 0 0404 Hidrolika Hydraulics 3 Semester Genap     Kelebihan SKS Mata Kuliah Pilihan disain Technical & Design Elective Courses more   pada semester 5 dan 6 diperhitungkan than 24 credits at 5 & 6 semester are consid.

Foundation Engineering and Deep ENCV 8 0 0204 3 Dalam Excavation Numerical Methods in Geotechnical Engineer- ENCV 8 0 0205 3 Metode Numerik Dalam Geoteknik ing ENCV 8 0 0206 Geoteknik Lingkungan Environmental Geotechnics 3   Kekhususan Transportasi Transportation   ENCV 8 0 0305 Transportasi Barang Freight Transportation 3 ENCV 8 0 0306 Analisa Jaringan Transportasi Transport Network Analysis 3 Advanced Highway Pavement Engineering ENCV 8 0 0307 Rekayasa Perkerasan Jalan Lanjut (***) (***) 3 ENCV 8 0 0308 Analisa Permintaan Transportasi (***) Transport Demand Analysis (***) 3 ENCV 8 0 0309 Keselamatan Transportasi (***) Transport Safety (***) 3 ENCV 8 0 0310 Ekonomi Transportasi (***) Transport Economics (***) 3 Perencanaan dan Rekayasa Jalan Rel ENCV 8 0 0311 Railway Engineering and Planning (***) (***) 3 Perencanaan dan Pengelolaan Pelabu- ENCV 8 0 0312 Port Planning and Management (***) han (***) 3 ENCV 8 0 0313 Perencanaan dan Pengoperasian Ang. Administrasi Procurement Management. ENCV 8 0 0502 Manajerial Ekonomi Teknik Engineering Economics and Management 3 ENCV 8 0 0503 Manajemen Sistim Rekayasa dan Nilai Systems Engineering and Value Management 3 ENCV 8 0 0601 Metode dan Peralatan Konstruksi Construction Methods and Equipment 3 Semester Genap     PROGRAM   Kekhususan Struktur Structure   ENCV 8 0 0105 Metode Elemen Hingga Finite Element Method 3 UNDERGRADUATE Perancangan Struktur Bangunan Tahan ENCV 8 0 0106 Design of Earthquake Resistance Building 3 Gempa Teknologi Beton dan Beton Bertulang Concrete Technology and Adv. Public Transport Planning and Operation (***) 3 kutan Umum (***) ENCV 8 0 0314 Topik Khusus Transportasi (***) Selected Topics in Transportation (***) 3   Kekhususan MSDA Water Resources Management   ENCV 8 0 0403 Manajemen Sumber Daya Air Water Resources Management 3 ENCV 8 0 0404 Hidrologi Kualitas Air Qualitative Hydrology 3 ENCV 8 0 0405 Pemodelan Kualitas Air Permukaan Surface Water Quality Modeling 3 ENCV 8 0 0406 Pengelolaan Sumber Daya Air Tanah Ground Water Resources Management 3   Kekhususan Manajemen Konstruksi Construction Management   ENCV 8 0 0505 Manajemen Waktu dan Biaya Time and Cost Management 3 ENCV 8 0 0506 Manajemen Kualitas dan Resiko Quality and Risk Management 3 ENCV 8 0 0507 Manajemen Pengadaan. Human Resource and Project Communication nikasi proyek Management 3 (***) Elective Course 70 . Reinforced ENCV 8 0 0107 3 Lanjut Concrete   Kekhususan Geoteknik Geotechnics   Teknik Pondasi Lanjut dan Galian Adv. Contract and Kontrak dan Klaim Claim Administration 3 ENCV 8 0 0602 Manajemen Sumber Daya dan komu.

Offered by undergraduate program in Semester 7 and 8.Course Structure of Undergraduate International Program in Civil Engineering CODE SUBJECT CP CODE SUBJECT CP   1st Semester   2nd Semester UNDERGRADUATE UIGE 6 1 0002 Academic Writing 3 ENGE610002 Linear Algebra 4 PROGRAM ENGE 6 1 0003 Physics 1 4 ENGE610004 Physics 2 4 ENGE 6 1 0001 Calculus 4 ENCV 6 1 0001 Advanced Calculus 3 Introduction to Civil ENGE 6 1 0010 Basic Chemistry 2 ENCV 6 1 0002 3 Engineering System ENCV 6 1 0005 Material Properties 3 ENCV 6 1 0003 Statics 4 ENCV 6 1 0006 Building Construction 4 ENCV 6 1 0011 Advanced Chemistry 2   Sub Total 20 Sub Total 20   3rd Semester     4th Semester   ENCV 6 1 0004 Fluid Mechanics 3 ENGE610005 Statistic and Probability 2 ENCV 6 1 0007 Surveying 3 ENGE610007 Engineering Economics 3 Health. 3. or 2. choose maximum of 18 credits offered by one of specializations at master degree program. Offered by Master Degree program with maximum credits of 18 or. It should be noted that all courses are conducted in Bahasa. Safety and Envi- ENCV 6 1 0008 Solid Mechanics 4 ENGE610008 2 ronmental Protection Sustainable Built Environ- ENCV 6 1 0009 Basic Soil Mechanics 3 ENCV 6 1 0012 2 ment ENCV 6 1 0010 Civil Engineering System 3 ENCV 6 1 0015 Structural Analysis 3 ENCV 6 1 0014 Construction Management 3 ENCV 6 1 0102 Steel Structural Design 1 3   Sub Total 19 ENCV 6 1 0201 Soil Mechanics 3   Sub Total 18   5th Semester     6th Semester   Integrated Character Build. Integrated Character UIGE 6 1 0004 6 UIGE610001 6 ing Subject B Building Subject A ENCV 6 1 0101 Concrete Structural Design 1 3 UIGE610003 Sport/ Art 1 ENCV 6 1 0301 Pavement Design 3 UIGE610005-9 Religious Studies 2 ENCV 6 1 0401 Water Engineering 1 3 ENCV 6 1 0202 Foundation Engineering 3 Design of Integrated Solid ENEV 6 1 0009 3 ENCV 6 1 0303 Road Geometric Design 3 Waste Management   Sub Total 18 ENCV 6 1 0402 Water Engineering 2 3   Sub Total 18   7th Semester     8th Semester   ENCV 6 1 0017 Internship 3 ENCV 6 1 0020 Final Project 4 ENCV 6 1 0019 Seminar 1   Electives (*) 10   Electives (*) 13   Sub Total 14   Sub Total 17   Total 144 (*) Elective Courses : Students may choose elective courses : 1. Offered by other Department with maximum of 3 courses or 9 credits 4. 71 . For students pursue to Master Degree Program through fast track mechanism.

Design of Earthquake ENCV 8 0 0102 3 ENCV 8 0 0106 3 crete Resistance Building Dynamics of Structure Concrete Technology and ENCV 8 0 0103 3 ENCV 8 0 0107 3 Adv. Foundation Engineer- ENCV 8 0 0201 Advanced Soil Mechanics 3 ENCV 8 0 0204 3 ing and Deep Excavation Advanced Geotechnical Numerical Methods in ENCV 8 0 0202 3 ENCV 8 0 0205 3 Investigation Geotechnical Engineering Slope Stabilization and Soil Environmental Geotech- ENCV 8 0 0203 3 ENCV 8 0 0206 3 Improvement nics   Transportation     Transportation   Advanced Highway Geomet- ENCV 8 0 0301 3 ENCV 8 0 0305 Freight Transportation 3 ric Design Advanced Transportation Transport Network ENCV 8 0 0302 3 ENCV 8 0 0306 3 System Analysis Traffic Engineering and Advanced Highway Pave- ENCV 8 0 0303 3 ENCV 8 0 0307 Control ment Engineering (***) 3 Transport Demand Analy- ENCV 8 0 0304 Transport Planning and Policy 3 ENCV 8 0 0308 sis (***) 3 Water Resources     ENCV 8 0 0309 Transport Safety (***) Management 3 ENCV 8 0 0401 Enviromental Chemistry 3 ENCV 8 0 0310 Transport Economics (***) 3 Railway Engineering and ENCV 8 0 0402 Engineering Hydrology 3 ENCV 8 0 0311 Planning (***) 3 72 . (*) Electives Courses of International Undergradute Program PROGRAM UNDERGRADUATE CODE SUBJECT CP  CODE SUBJECT CP   7th Semester   8th Semester Concrete Structural ENCV 6 1 0302 Transportation System 3 ENCV 6 1 0103 3 Design 2 ENCV 6 1 0304 Transportation Engineering 3 ENCV 6 1 0106 Steel Structural Design 2 3 Construction Methods in ENCV 6 1 0403 River Engineering 3 ENCV 6 1 0203 3 Geotechnic Mechanical Earthworks ENCV 6 1 0404 Hydraulics 3 ENCV 6 1 0501 3 and Heavy Equipments Ethics and Construction ENEV 6 1 0010 Environmental Global issues 2 ENCV 6 1 0502 2 Law Environment Impact Analysis ENEV 6 1 0011 2 ENEV 6 1 0017 Pollution Prevention 2 and ISO (*) Electives Courses of Master Degree Program Following are Compulsory / Electives Courses at Master Degree Program offered to Bachelor students as elective courses CODE SUBJECT CP  CODE SUBJECT CP 7th Semester 8th Semester   Structure   Structure Advanced Mechanics of ENCV 8 0 0101 3 ENCV 8 0 0105 Finite Element Method 3 Material Design of Prestressed Con. Reinforced Concrete   Geotechnics     Geotechnics   Adv.

12 ment Engineering subtotal 48 subtotal 48 Year 4 Semester 7 (QUT) July Credits Year 4 Semester 8 (QUT) July Credits KODE Course Title KODE Course Title ENB372 Design and Planning of High. Port Planning and Man- ENCV 8 0 0001 Engineering Math 3 ENCV 8 0 0312 agement (***) 3 ENCV 8 0 0313 Public Transport Planning 3   Construction Management   and Operation (***) Engineering Project Manage. Selected Topics in Trans- UNDERGRADUATE ENCV 8 0 0501 3 ENCV 8 0 0314 ment portation (***) 3 PROGRAM Engineering Economics and Water Resources ENCV 8 0 0502 3   Management Management   Systems Engineering and Water Resources Manage- ENCV 8 0 0503 3 ENCV 8 0 0403 3 Value Management ment Construction Methods and ENCV 8 0 0601 3 ENCV 8 0 0404 Qualitative Hydrology 3 Equipment Surface Water Quality ENCV 8 0 0405 3 Modeling Ground Water Resources ENCV 8 0 0406 3 Management Construction   Management   Time and Cost Manage- ENCV 8 0 0505 3 ment Quality and Risk Manage- ENCV 8 0 0506 3 ment ENCV 8 0 0507 Procurement Manage- ment. Contract and Claim 3 Administration ENCV 8 0 0602 Human Resource and Project Communication 3 Management (***) Elective Course Structure of Undergraduate Programme in Civil Engineering (International) at QUT Year 3 Semester 5 (QUT) July Credits Year 3 Semester 6 (QUT) July Credits KODE Course Title KODE Course Title ENB276 Structural Engineering 1 12 ENB275 Project Enginerring 1 12 ENB371 Geotechnical Engineering 2 12 ENB375 Structural Engineering 2 12 ENB280 Hydraulic Engineering 12 ENB376 Transport Engineering 12 MAB233 Engineering Mathematics 3 12 ENB377 Water and Waste Water Treat. 12 ways ENB471 Design of Concrete Structures 12 and Foundations ENB378 Water Engineering 12 ENB472 Project Engineering 2 12 Electives/Minor 12 Electives/Minor 12 subtotal 36 Electives/Minor 12 subtotal 48 73 .

Deleted in Curricula 2012. . . X X the credits are counted as elective courses Statistic & Prob- ENG200801 3  ENGE600005 Statistic & Probability 2 Credits changed X X ability Communication Skill 3 UIGE610010 Academic Writing 3 . . X ematics CES210802 Static 3  ENCV600003 Static 4 Credits changed X X Material Properties CES210804 4  ENCV600005 Material Properties 3 Credits changed X X (2+1) Engineering Geology and Soil Properties 3 ENCV600009 Basic Soil Mechanics 3 X X (2+1) Deleted in Curricula 2012. ENG100807 Basic Computer 3   . X in English Engineering Math- 3 ENGE600006 Advanced Calculus 3 . .  ENCV600011 Advanced Chemistry 2 X X 2012 onward Management and Construction Manage- CES310804 Construction Legal 3  ENCV600014 3  Compulsory Subject X X ment Aspect 74 . the credits are counted 3 ences as elective courses Sustainable Built ENCV600012 2 Compulsory Subjects X Environment Changed from com- pulsory to elective courses. Compulsory for batch . For those have passed.  UIGE600004  6 X X Building Course B 2012 onward UNDERGRADUATE Compulsory for batch . ENG200803   . Those who will continue to QUT and 2   . UIGE600005-9 Religion 2 X 2012 onward Students who have not ENG100803 Engineering Drawing 3  ENCV600006 passed either Engineer- ing Drawing or Building Building Construction 4 Construction in Curricu- Building Construc- CES120802 3 lum 2008 should enroll in X X tion Building Construction of Curriculum 2012. . Dynamic Deleted in Curricula 2012. . X have not passed are sug- gested to take Structural Analysis. X Environmental Sci. . For those have passed. Transition Policy from the 2008 to the 2012 Curriculum CURRICULUM 2008 CURRICULUM 2012 Program Remarks Reg/ Interna- Code Subjects SKS Code Subjects SKS Paralel tional PROGRAM Integrated Character Compulsory for batch . Students may CES220804 2  ENCV600013 Dynamic 2 X choose either Dynam- ics or Sustainable Build Environment.

one of specializations. yet compulsory for students choose Trans- Transportation Transportation X 2  ENCV600302 3 portation as a major or System System those pursue to Master Program with Transport Specialization. CES320804 3  ENCV600202 3 should take both Soil neering neering Mechanics and Founda- tion Engineering. for those select Water Resources CES310801 Water Engineering 5 as one of specializations. Changed from compul- 3 Pavement Design sory to elective courses ing 1 CES310805   3 (see detail in Table of Curriculum) Students X may choose a minimum of 24 credits offered by at least 4 specializations. Water Engineering 1 is prerequisites for Water   Water Engineering 2 3 Engineering 2. 75 . To prevent incomplete competency. Soil Mechanic is prerequisite for Foundation Engi- neering. 3  ENCV600303 3 ing 2 Design should take both Pave- ment Design and Road Geometric Design. Compulsory Subject X Elective design courses. Those have not passed water engineering X should take both water engineering 1 and 2 Changed from compul- sory to elective courses CES310803 Soil Mechanics (2+1) 3  ENCV600009 Soil Mechanics 3 (see detail in Table of Curriculum) Students may choose a minimum of 24 credits offered by at least 4 specializations. New compulsory subject CES310803 Soil Mechanics (2+1) 3  ENCV600009 Soil Mechanics 3 for double degree X students CES310805 Compulsory subject X Highway Engineer. for those X select Geotechnics as Foundation Engi. should take both Water Engineering 1 and 2. Road Geometric one of specializations. for those CES320802 select Transportation as Highway Engineer. CURRICULUM 2008 CURRICULUM 2012 Program Remarks Reg/ Interna- Code Subjects SKS Code Subjects SKS Paralel tional Changed from compul- sory to elective courses (see detail in Table of UNDERGRADUATE Curriculum) Students   Water Engineering 1 3 may choose a minimum PROGRAM of 24 credits offered by at least 4 specializations. To prevent incomplete X competency. To prevent incomplete competency. Foundation Engi.

X Sanitary Engineering 4 To prevent incomplete Environment Impact competency. Concrete Structural Design 1 is prerequisites for Concrete Structural Design 2. yet compulsory for stu- dents choose structure as a major or those pursue Concrete Structural Concrete Structural to Master Program with 3 ENCV600103 3 X Design Design 2 Structure Specialization. Mechanical Earth- Changed from compul- works & Heavy 3  ENCV600501 works & Heavy 3 sory to elective courses Equipments Equipments CES320805 (see detail in Table of Curriculum) Students may choose a minimum of 24 credits offered by at least 4 specializations. . 76 . competency. For batch . Changed from compul- sory to elective courses Integrated Solid  ENEV600009 3 (see detail in Table of Waste Management Curriculum) Students may choose a minimum of 24 credits offered by CES320803 at least 4 specializations. should take both DISWP and EIA&ISO. X To prevent incomplete Ethics & Construc. for those select Structure as one of specializations. ENCV600016  Capita Selecta 2 2009. should take both MEHE and Eth- ics & Construction Law Compulsory for batch 2010 onward. . Compulsory for non-fast CES400804 Capstone Project 5   Capstone Project 3 X track students. 2008 and 2007 it X can be considered as elective courses. Inform the project supervisor the track you choose. To prevent incomplete competency. for those   2 select Environment as Analysis & ISO one of specializations. . for those . Integrated Solid CES320803I ENEV600009 3 Compulsory Subject X Waste Management Changed from compul- CES320805I X sory to elective courses Mechanical Earth. CURRICULUM 2008 CURRICULUM 2012 Program Remarks Reg/ Interna- Code Subjects SKS Code Subjects SKS Paralel tional Changed from compul- sory to elective courses Concrete Structural (see detail in Table of  ENCV600101 3 Design 1 Curriculum) Students PROGRAM may choose a minimum of 24 credits offered by UNDERGRADUATE X at least 4 specializations. Content of Final Project is different from fast track and non fast track CES400803 Final Project 4  ENEV600020 Final Project 4 X students. ENCV600502  2 select Construction tion Law Management as one of specializations. Those have not X passed Structural Design should take both steel and concrete structural design 1 Elective design courses. should CES320801 Structural Design 5 take both Concrete and Steel Structural Design 1 Steel Structural  ENCV600102 3 Design 1 Steel structural design 1 is a new compulsory sub- ject for double degree students.

Transition Policy from the 2008 to the 2012 b. where the 2012 new compulsory course from the 2012 curriculum for the 2nd. they can curriculum can be considered as elective include the credits as calculated courses for students of class 2010 and compulsory courses’ credits in order above. once the 2012 curriculum is ap. If a course from the 2008 curriculum is no from Term I to Term II (and vice versa) longer available and there is no equal or in the 2012 curriculum will be available substitute course listed within the 2012 for both semesters or several parallel curriculum. the courses do 9. During the transition period (academic not change. if taken as a ulum are required to take the same or repeat course or newly taken course. the plied. for all Bachelor Programs in Faculty of b. Students who have not yet passed the course was taken. The required minimum number of credits requirement for completion of the for completion of the bachelor program Bachelor Program. to complete the 144 credits 11. For students who have not yet passed Engineering Universitas Indonesia. the number of credit neering Universitas Indonesia. with different credit load. There will be a one year transition pe. 6th. equal courses from the 2012 curriculum. the Bachelor Program is the number of riod. For students who have not yet passed sition: 120 credits of compulsory courses the compulsory courses. 4th. academic year 2012/2013. they may take same will be applied for Term II of aca. For courses integration. they are no longer required to take the course from the 2012 curriculum. PROGRAM 2012/2013 (August 2012) and will end at 7. New compulsory courses from the 2012 compulsory courses. credit load applied during the time the 4. and 8th curriculum. the following policy applies: classes of these courses will be opened. a. The 2012 curriculum will be applied substitute course from the 2012 UNDERGRADUATE starting from Term I of Academic Year curriculum. If Engineering Universitas Indonesia students fail in either one of these courses. AND. is 144 credits. curriculum. OR. with the following compo b. For students who have passed the the courses within the 2008 curriculum compulsory course. courses which availability are modified 5. Same or equal courses compulsory courses in the 2008 curric. course in the 2012 curriculum. will be listed with their new names and Students can refer to the below equiva. the following policy applies: a. the compulsory course within the 144 2012 curriculum for the 1st. which will be calculated for completion of 3. 3rd. On a special ocassion. they may and a minimum of 24 credits for take elective courses or new com elective courses. it load for a course. Basically. 6. means: students must pass both Curricullum Bachelor Program of Faculty of courses from the 2008 curriculum. an equal or substitute course or a demic year 2012/2013. If there is a change in the number of cred all Bachelor Programs in Faculty of Engi. curriculum is modified into an elective 2. For students who have passed the 10. name and same credit load. not listed in the table. If a compulsory course from the 2008 Term II of Academic Year 2016/2017. means: if students have passed one of the courses from the 2008 curriculum. If new credit load (see below equivalence courses from the 2008 curriculum are tables of courses). will be calculated in accordance to their lance table to look for equal courses. only courses contained within the following applies: 2012 curriculum will be available. 77 . semesters will be implemented in full for 8. Shortage of credits due pulsory courses from the 2012 to the change of curriculum can be curriculum to complete the 144 compensated by taking elective courses credits requirement for completion of or new compulsory courses from the 2012 the Bachelor Program. while a. and credits requirement for completion of 7th semesters will be implemented in full the Bachelor Program. they can include will no longer be available. Starting in the cradit of the courses as calculated Term I of academic year 2012/2013. students must take an equal or 1. They may take electiv course to cover the shortage of credits. They stil have the same year 2012/2013). The the compulsory course. 5th.

Collaborative Learning (CL) and Com. induction. and using the dictionary Listening strategies 2. Collaborative Learning (CL) and Com- puter mediated learning (CML) UIGE600001 Prerequisite: - UIGE610001 Handbook: Appropriated with topic MPKT A / INTEGRATED CHARACTER BUILDING A PROGRAM 6 SKS UIGE600002 UNDERGRADUATE General Intructional Objective: To develop ENGLISH student’s participation in raising their aware. Indonesia. Description of Subjects (PBL). Integral. Syllabus: Real number system. piety. scanning. problem based learning to a short story) Speaking: (Participating in (PBL). Listening to a lecture and note- Syllabus: Topic which appropriate with target taking. et. Giving a presenta- puter mediated learning (CML) tion) Writing: (Writing a summary of a short Prerequisite: . Capable of understanding the basic concepts of 2. Function. Learning Objectives: After attending this sub- ics in order to develop Science and Technology. Vocabulary Building: word formation tude. 1. step learning actively and using informa. ACADEMIC WRITING nation. explaining. and analyzing Syllabus: Study Skills: (Becoming an active the philosophy and logical science. Transendent and differential Syllabus: Topic which appropriate with target Function. Understanding. Continous tion technology. atti. article Describing graphs and tables. supporting ideas. main idea. and the environ. Adverb clauses Noun clauses. Understanding. Using Bahasa Indonesian in discussion and implicite differential.al. Reading Com- MPKT B / INTEGRATED CHARACTER BUILDING B prehension for Engineering Students 6 SKS General Intructional Objective: Develop stu. Understanding academic and nation val. Cartesius Coordination System. Indonesia. conversations. learner. Reading popular science article. discussions and meetings. Note-taking tion technology. Understanding academic and nation val. manners. national state. Writing a basic academic essay (5 paragraphs)) UIGE600004 Prerequisite: - UIGE610004 Handbook: Poerwoto. ential function. Extensive reading) Grammar: (Revision of Basic ues from social and cultural diversity in grammar Types of sentences Adjective clauses. non-equivalen- 3. basic and method learning. problem based learning integral function. or more variables function with it’s application. country. UIGE610002 ness towards issues within the society. Reading an 4. and advanced differ- academic writing as well. and surrounding environment based on 3 SKS their faith. ject. manners. tude. sequences and series as well as basic concepts ues from social and cultural diversity in of vectors and analytic geometry. CALCULUS ment that is based on faith and piety. social and culture in Indonesia. Integral 78 . Understanding the problems by applying Reading: (Reading skills: skimming. explaining. Listening to a news broadcast. Using Bahasa Indonesian in discussion and academic text) Listening: (Listening to short academic writing as well. C. 4. Integration technic. and academic eth. Listening and method learning. Reduced clauses) 3. Applied Differential. Understanding the problems by applying cy. 4 SKS and ethics in the context of academis science Learning Objectives: After attending this and technology development. mathematic step learning actively and using informa. and analyzing ble of understanding the basic concepts of two the philosophy and logical science. Function and Limit. subject: students are capable of understanding Learning Objectives: Students are expected calculus basic concepts and competent to solve to capable of: applied calculus problems. Writing an Handbook: Appropriated with topic academic paragraph. Differential including chain’s rule. students are expected to capable of use Learning Objectives: Students are expected English to support the study in university and to capable of: improve language learning independently. atti. Students are capa- 1. ENGE600001 dents paticipation to improve awareness of ENGE610001 social issues. social and culture in Indonesia.

Wesley. tion of linear momentum and energy. Function of many problem solving that influenced by the force. 2. Petrucci. Chemistry ENGE610002 (3rd Ed. Euclideas vector space. and Table Periodic. 2003. variables and its derivatives. Introduction and basic concept with Analytic Geometry.E. LINEAR ALGEBRA 3. Determining of air Cp/Cv. Lagrange Methods. dynamics and kinematics of 1. The first law of thermodynamics Analytic Geometry 9th ed. Prasetio. Penerbit Erlangga lecular kinetics or thermochemistry in solving 1986. Kinetic Applied Chemistry. Calculus & and entropy. 5. General Physics. Robert C. theory and statistical thermodynamics. Oscillation. Addison. 2001.B Thomas & R. and Base. General vector 4 SKS 79 . Stoichiometry: 3. G.. grate various ideas in problem solving. energy (thermal state equation). Acid Hall Inc. Chemical Kinetics.J Tromba. kinematics of point objects.Vanberg. Prentice-Hall. kinetic theory of ideal gas. McGraw-Hill. Sears-Salinger. Learning Objectives: Students understand the undefinite. Halliday. heat transfer. Prentice Thermochemistry.L Finney. Giancoli D. 1996. Atom. A. R Resnick. 2000 Principles and Modern Applications. first law of thermodynamics. temperature). Prentice Hall Inc. Young’s modulus.J Purcell.C. ideal gas. terjemahan Lea Calculation with Chemical.D. Chem. Joule identifying the reason clearly and able to inte. New York. Scratch coefficient. Collision. 4 SKS istry (7th Ed. ). system. Prerequisite: . state of the Cen-tury-Crofts. Aplleton. Mol. ed III. Viscosity of water. thermodynamic system. Determinant. Williams College. Fisika I. 4. Electrochemistry. Heat Collector. Learning Objectives: Students can explain/ understand/apply linear algebra and associate this subject with some other subjects.). general chemistry problems. Prentice Hall. Ganijanti AS. UNDERGRADUATE Minimum. practical macroscopic characteristics. ENGE600002 2. students are capable of: ficient of linear expansion. 2007. 7th ed. Fay. Maximum and both moving or not moving objects. 1984.Chemical Equilibrium. 1. Calculus rigid objects. Practical of Mechanics: Measurement. Swing BASIC CHEMISTRY torque.Vanberg and E. Integral folding Syllabus: Scale. tion in Solution and Stoichiometry Solution. Vectors in R2 BASIC PHYSICS 1 and R3. application for open and closed system. Notes: For Architecture cal processes in term of molecule to define and Interior Architecture Program. E. enthalpy 3. Handbook: 6. Expansion of fluids Explaining and modelling chemical and physi. harmonic Handbook: motion. Fluids surface Learning Objectives: After attending this tension. Ralph H. Solving quantitative chemistry problems and Thermocouple calibration. Thermodynamics. 1996. Mekanika. and water anomaly. Laplace Constant.J. Calcu-lus. Penerbit Salemba Syllabus: Matter and measurement. Purcell. Giancoli. D. ENGE600010 Moment of inertia. 2 SKS Viscosity of Newtonian fluid. Penerbit Erlangga. law of conserva- Prerequisite: . expansion. jemahan P Silaban. ecule. and applied in a systematic and scientifically Taylor and McLaurin series. Fluid ENGE610010 density. 8th Ed. ENGE600003 Syllabus: Introduction of elementary linear ENGE610003 algebra. PROGRAM and its application. Tipler PA. 9th. Teknik. Prentice Hall Inc. Gravity acceleration. General Chemistry: plications. concepts and basic laws of mechanic physics Spare rows and rows of positive change sign. 1998. Second Wesley law of thermodynamics. Fisika I. Ion. edisi ter- Applying the important theory such as mo. Heat conductivity. Calorimeter. Chemical Reac. mechanics of point objects. 2000. 2001. (pressure. 1975.E. gravity. Matrix. Constant. equilibrium 2. D.application on cartesius and polar coordinate.C. Practical of Heat: Coef- subject. Raymond Chang. Classifying the element based on the condition Prerequisite: - and bond characteristic by using table periodic Handbook: as a reference. D. Physics: principles with ap- 1. Sequences and infinite series. John McMurry.. is not mandatory.

2005. Morals. Analyze the problem by implementing ac- ethics. Introduction to Linear Algebra. source of knowledge. Church and service. zakat and the economic empowerment the Bible. Dimensions are national and country’s issues based on Islamic implemented in the following themes: People. General instructional objectives: Value and diagonalization eigen vector. John Wiley& Sons. and life. Elementary Linear Algebra. Application on the system capital in implementing lifelong learn- of differential equation. of Jesus Christ. and Faith in science through intellectual skills. Discuss the problem by using proper and and ramhah family. Society. a problem or issue which they must solve: nesia. harmony between religions. Linier 1. 2 SKS tive learning stages General instructional objectives: Cultivating 3. Least mature personality who uphold humanity PROGRAM Squares. values which is applied in the development of Religion. 2. Christian and expectations. tion of students who have concern for social. science technology and art. the teaching essence of Islam: the basic 1. ings. UIGE610006 Prerequisite(s): MPKT CATHOLIC STUDY Textbooks: Adjusted to topics 2 SKS 80 . Application on the ing process to become scientists with quadratic surface. 2. Islam society. Jesus Christ. the Holy Spirit as existence and revelation in Islam. Review of vector space. tian values worship practice in live. introduction of Islam in Indo. Culture. Textbooks: Adjusted to topics Christianity and politics. Be scholars who believe in God according Handbook: to the teachings of Jesus Christ by continu- 1. Islam’s motivation in reformer and outlook on the world: Faith and development of science. the society. study to help improve and build our country. Discuss and express their thoughts and students with comprehensive Christian knowl- ideas by using proper and correct Indone. Man. G. Product space. Muhammad SAW as prophet expected to do the following when faced with and history figure. Anton. Decomposition of LU. UIGE600005 Politics.Strang. UNDERGRADUATE Prerequisite: . IDI (each Faculty Ecclesiology.Prerequisite(s): MPKT Learning Objectives: Course participants are Textbooks: Adjusted to topics expected to do the following when faced with a problem or issue which they must solve: UIGE600007 1. edge and teaching in the midst of the struggle sian language in discussion and academic and the fight of the nation while also discuss- writing ing the student’s participation in line with the Syllabus: Islam history: the meaning of Islam. human’s basic rights and obligation. the social implication of correct Indonesian language family life. Knowledge of Science. of the people. and Community dimension. the sources of Learning Objectives:Course participants are Islamic teachings. Stu- UIGE600006 dents and Service. Analyze the problem based on the Islamic UIGE610007 values they adopted CHRISTIAN STUDY 2. the dimension General instructional objectives: The cultiva. the Church. tics. H. Analyze the problem by implementing ac. Analyze the problem based on the Chris- principle of Islam teachings. the dimension of the Church. eschatology and work 2. science characteris. Spiritual and enforcement of and Department/Study Program) Christian Human Rights and the world of eth- Prerequisite(s): MPKT ics: Christian Ethics. the unity of Allah. Science: reason Christ the Savior. the existence of God and Morality. 2007. Christian and worship. church and society. Syllabus: Almighty God and the God teach- Wellesley-Cambridge Press. space. tive learning stages social structure in Islam: sakinah mawaddah 3. 9th ing to be responsible of his faith in life in ed. To help deliver students as intellectual Transformation. Law: the substance of theses stud- UIGE610005 ies will be addressed by integrating the four ISLAMIC STUDY dimensions of the teachings of the Catholic 2 SKS faith: the personal dimension. the characteristic of Islam. Mosque and the development of Syllabus: : History (Historical terms): Status of Islam. Christian love and social reality: Christian Organizations.

Fisika II. to fully understand. independent com. Practical of Electricity: UIGE600009 Electrolysis. litical life of nation and country).A. R. Faraday law the legal profession) and inductance. the essence of the religious plural. the Obligation to study ENGE610004 and practice what you are taught. PROGRAM ogy). 2. physics and apply systematic and scientific sibility of religious society in the realization problem solving in a natural wave phenomenon of critical thinking (academic). Gelombang dan Optik. 2001. forcement of law. Tipler P. History (Character in Optics: Polarimeter. Sci- ence. Textbooks: Adjusted to topics Waves. the potential. 3. Law (Raise Electric field. Fisika II. ed III terjemahan Bam- lectively). have imagination. concept and basic law of Magnet and Electricity ity and togetherness). physical fair). Kirchhoff UIGE610009 law. Characteristic of series RLC 2 SKS circuit. and art (Hinduism benefits UIGE610003 in science and technology in accordance with SPORTS / ARTS each department. develop awareness. Halliday. Silaban. laws and the enforcement Syllabus: Almighty God and the God Study of justice. Human’s duties. terjema-han P. Source and bias index. BASIC PHYSICS 2 bility for nature and environment). benefit / the role of Hindu. Culture as an expression of UIGE610008 Hindu religious practice. ed III. have aesthetic concerns. The concept of Handbook: the God (Brahman) according to the Veda. D. General Physics. Wheatstone bridge. teaching. Lens. Textbooks: Adjusted to topics tion of Faith and Piety in everyday life). Prerequisite(s): MPKT A series of transient. Contribution to the BUDHIST STUDY Hindu religion teachings in the political life of 2 SKS nation and country.UIGE600008 Tri Pitakarana). Syllabus: Electric charge and Coulomb law. the scope of the Prerequisite: - teachings in Hindu religion). community (the role physics and apply it systematically and of religious society in creating a prosperous scientifically in solving everyday magnet and independent society . technology. Alternating current. Science and ENGE600004 Charity as a unity. Transformer. 1 SKS ism in the arts). 1981. Human Dignity. have munity (kerthajagathita) as a common goal. Ethics and morality (Principles bang Sugiyono. tra and Japa). scope of Hinduism (the Veda as the source Newton’s ring. of human life. properties of light and geometric optics. the function of religion in Induction and electromagnetic. Prentice ing of the scripture (deep understanding of Hall the Bhagawadgita. Capacitor. creativity to create work of art and culture in 81 . deep understanding of the Sarasamuschaya). Awareness of and obeying the Rita UNDERGRADUATE (Faith and piety. Moral (Implementa. Ohm law. Penerbit Erlangga. Earth’s magnetic field. Human (Human Nature. Direct electric current role of religion in the formulation and en. Temperature HINDU STUDY coefficient. 1. Electric awareness to obey and follow God’s law. and responsibilities both individually or col. The Role of Hinduism in sci. Culture (the respon. Cohesion and community’s The Art subject discuss on how to develop prosperity /independence (Benefits of unity the student’s participation and appreciation in the religious plurality. Lighting and photometry. Polarization. Spectrometer. Prisms Hindu religion. can understand religious society in the realization of human the concepts and basic law of Optical and Wave rights and democracy). Practical of Syllabus: Character. Magnetic field. self-control). Technology and Art (Faith. harmony 4 SKS between religion (religion is a blessing for all Learning Objectives: Students understand the mankind. work hard and or wave that arises due to technical. Prerequisite(s): MPKT Human Responsibility). Resnick. and basic circuit analysis. Responsi.Giancoli. Material magnetism properties. the responsibility of electricity physics problem. Static and Gauss law. Diffraction. Ganijanti AS. of Hindu religion teachings. Interference. Human Nature (The purpose 1986. Optical geometry.edisi the Path to Brahman (Catur Marga Yoga. UIGE600003 ence. Divine Philosophy / Theol. / Dharma. Politics (Religion contribution in the po. Hindu history). Sounds.C. Man. Jurusan Fisika FMIPA UI. Diffraction grid. Photometry. obligations. 4. Penerbit Erlangga. D. in-depth understand.

1997 82 1. Engineering Economy. Erlangga. Devore. Industrial 1. Electrical Hazard. one and two sample test of Prerequisite: - hypothesis. Health and Prerequisite: . ENGINEERING ECONOMICS ordinary differential equations and partial dif- 3 SKS ferential equations and skills to solve applied Learning Objective(s): Course participants are problems able to use and implement cost concept and Syllabus : Lines and Lanes. 2011. Net Present Value.).. Calculus with Analysis.L. C. D. Noise Haz- phase. Environmental Protection. continous Selection of PPE. Emergency Planning. terkait dengan Sistem Manajemen K3 dan neers and Scientists.Ordinary analysis when evaluating a proposed engineering Differential Equations. 6th Ed. Calculus. 1996 Pre-requisite(s): Introduction to Economics 2. Statistics. Purcell. 2001 5. Cost Benefit Analysis. Inc. ecutive. Harinaldi. Rieske. including collecting. proposes a match) and sport skills (physical aspects of a method which is suitable for risk reduction movement. tactics and mentality) and mitigation and safety management system ENGE600005 design. McGraw-Hill. sampling distribu. Statistical Analysis for Engi. Standards. Assessment and quantitative information. Handbook: 2. Wentz. United Kingdom – Health and Safety Ex- Engineering and The Sciences (5th Ed. . batik. a Computer. 1998.W. 2006. Safety. Payback Period.E. Protective Equipment (PPE): Types of PPE and descrete probability distribution. Text Book(s): Prentice Hall. Tax. solutions or projects. 2007. ENGE610008 Bali dance and music. 1994 5. AND ENVIROMENT and traditional puppet performance. the form of art works such as: painting. Probability and Statistics for 3. Walpole. MGH. Undang-undang dan Peraturan Nasional 3. Machinery Hazards. Toxicology in hypothesizing and making a conclusion based The Workplace. WORK SAFETY. Ronald E.J Purcell. Environmental Protection Control Processes. Donald H.R. calligraphy. Asfahl. to the inductive phase including sion Hazard. and understand the regu- STATISTICS AND PROBABILITY latory framework and standard of safety and 2 SKS enviromental programs. (6thEd). Approach. Hazard Communication to Employees. Syllabus: Descriptive statistics. applied Handbook: statistics in engineering. Risk Perception. Analytical Geometry. 2. random variable. D. 9th ed. Learning Objectives: Provide basic skills to Syllabus: Introduction to Regulation and students for being able to handle the data/. Related Journal. Duxbury. Lap.. ENGE610007 students will understand basic calculus concepts. Replacement 1. simple linear regression.Based Lingkungan.J. Yearly Net Text Books: Present Value. characterization.. Process Safety Hazard. D. ADVANCED CALCULUS 3 SKS ENGE600007 Learning Objectives: After following this subject. Probability & Statistics ENCV600001 for Engineers & Scientist.E Vanderg and E. Vector Calculus. photography. The Sport 2 SKS PROGRAM subject discuss the general knowledge of sport Learning Objectives: Able to identify various (history. Able to increase awareness of health ENGE610005 and safety industry. Barnes J.. tion. Prinsip-prinsip Statistik Untuk Safety and Health Management. technique. Blank. Teknik dan Sains. Addison Wesley. 2010. Partial Differential Equations Syllabus: Introduction to engineering econom. Environ-mental Protection. Depreciation. from descriptive Management. J. Incident and probability distribution. 2000 4. Charles A. Prerequisites : ics. 8th Ed. standards and Publica- 4. McGraw-Hill. Return Analysis.Vanderg and E. Equivalent. probability. Pearson ENCV610001 Prentice Hall. on existing data and variable connection. and ards. McGraw-Hill. A First Course tions. theatre HEALTH. organizing. comic or in the form ENGE600008 of performance art such as: film appreciation.ace Transformation.S. Javanese music. Pearson Education. 1. Personal probability distribution..W. Tarquin. rules of the games and how to lead UNDERGRADUATE types of hazards. estimation. Fire and Explo- presenting. Safety Audits.

Wiley. Sons of Martha: Civil 2.C. at a given static situation to be applied for neers and Architects. reaction. Design of water 1. 1998 1. Sanitation. government). concerning the process of engineering design. McGraw Hill. Boyce Diprima. Engineering Mechanics Commercial. R. Be able to analyze fluid in motion to be Engineering Readings in Modern Literature. three hinged portals. The Art of Construction: 1. Ray & C. Description of Process. Narayanan. force balance using analysis and graphics. 1992 Syllabus : General knowledge of forces. beam with (and the environment). Advanced Mathematical structures and able to calculateand construct Engineering. Beeby. and introduce to student indirect loads. 1997 influential lines of statically determinate 4. Up to midterm test. C. Element Ordinary Differential structures caused by moving loads upon Equations and Boundary Value Problems. Analyzing and calculating influential Programs. 1998 composition of several forces. Johnwiley & Son. Design Documentation. etc. Design and beam framework spaces. Introduction to Engineering Design FLUIDS MECHANICS (2+1) and Problem Solving. Matthys Levy and Richard Panchyk. example: education. Introduction to Design for Civil Engineers. action. Transport. Prentice Hall. Able to calculate and construct internal force fluid statics covers definition of pressure.C. Fredrich. water the basics of mechanics concerning force. Mc Graw. Learning Objectives: advanced hydraulics. Bughardt. Fasos-Fasum (constructions and relevant Prerequisites: Physic. Gerber beams. New 3 SKS Jersey. Hibbeler. as well as calculating maximum ture system. Kreyzig. in civil engineering is mechanics knowledge. Hibbeler. 1998 Prerequisites: None 2. Definition ENCV 6 1 0002 of force in a structure plane. such as wind STATICS and water. analyzing and INTRODUCTION TO CIVIL ENGINEERING SYSTEM calculating placement reactions and internal 3 SKS forces in statically determinate structures Learning Objectives: Provide understandings (simple beams. Be able to analyze fluid pressure distribution Projects and Principles for Beginning Engi.W. R. 1. them... surface management and development. Independent Publishers This knowledge can be separated into material Group. Drawing subjects). e. Text Books : entertainment. 1990 civil building 4. cantilever beams. The mechanics of fluids lectures provide basic formulation of ENCV 6 0 0003 motion and body forces that cannot be perceived ENCV 6 1 0003 as a completely integrated fluid. 1999 Learning Objectives: 3. Clean Water. Analyzing including communicating the results.S. Drainage. neering the City. R. ground water resources. force analysis. Structural Analysis. E. pres- diagrams in various statically determinate sure distribution. Prentice Text Books: Hall. and calculating truss forces in beam structures Syllabus: Engineering Analysis and Design. portals. religious services. Open green areas. beams with to students concerning civil engineering system changeable positions.B. Statics. ENCV 6 0 0004 2000 ENCV 6 1 0004 2. Advanced Kalkulus facilities. Augustine J. Energy & Telecommunica. hydrology. Spon Press. structure plane. Engi. moving loads acting upon them tions. applied for calculation of total flow and the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE induced dynamic forces Press). PROGRAM Engineering. in the form of the urban settlement line equations for placement reactions and environment (development of case examples of internal forces in a statically determinate Eng. force UNDERGRADUATE 5. the material will include 2. and construction influential lines for statically determinate technology by using the approach of Case Based structures. This knowledge is the basis for all off 4 SKS subjects in water resources engineering. 1990 mechanics and fluid mechanics. hanging structures and supports). calculating force resultants. value of forces in a structure plane caused by Garbage. Mario Salvadori. ENCV 6 0 0002 Identification of various structure types.3. Content: civil infrastruc. Independent Publishers load calculation of structure stability of Group. Loise. A. and internal force in various statically determinate structures. Advanced Mathematical characteristics.g. as well as application of the fundamental equation to determine the force 83 . Students are expected to be able to understand infrastructure. 1989 Syllabus : The most important basic science 5.

1975 4. due to water pressure in various civil structure cesses. Gambar-Gambar Dasar Ilmu ment. 13. Syllabus : Particulate Materials. Welding. ISBN terials. Subarkah. standards.E. 1988 Portland Cement and Portland Concrete Ce. Ernst. Students are able to calculate the building dosen quantity. Rigid Pavement Prerequisites : Fisika Dasar. 1980. Konstruksi Bangunan ENCV 6 1 0006 Gedung. Mc Graw-Hill bangunan Gedung-Gedung Jilid 2. Civil Engineering Ma- Penerbit Kanisius. (1997) disciplines of Civil Engineering and introducing 2. Yogyakarta. Theodore H. and bridges. both orally ENCV 6 0 0007 and in writing ENCV 6 1 0007 Syllabus : Introduction to SAP. Sugiharjo. foundation. Imam. R...). Functions and usefulness 3 SKS of drawing in the design and production pro. In the next half semester. Bridge and UNDERGRADUATE are the basic design for hydraulic structure or Factory). Supribadi. Sidney. Penerbit Ar- 1. 979-413-190-3 3. Section Views. Students understand the symbols of engineer- mico. draw the structure of simple building (two sto- 5th edition. Standar Nasional Indonesia (SNI) tentang construction (foundation. Structural flow and dynamic force. Ilmu Konstruksi Bangunan 1. Donald F. Dimensioning and Tolerance. starting from and scale. Asphalt Cement and Bangunan Jilid 1 dan 2. sew- puter age treatment construction. waterworks. Jakarta. 1980 Text Books : 5.) Electrical Instal- Text Books : lations. 1998 6.C. have ability 10.. Yogyakarta. Konstruksi Bangunan roads. Oblique projections. understand and Okiishi. Jakarta. Referensi situs/laman terkait 3. retaining wall). Aggregates. 1986 ing drawing in Civil Engineering.. the unit prices and cost estimate. Subarkah. geotechnical 12. Multi-View conceptualization of eulerian motion and the ap. the structure ENCV 6 0 0005 of roads and bridges as well as calculating the ENCV 6 1 0005 cost of construction. 2. S. Bandung. Prentice Hall. Zainal. ground. etc. Geometric Construction. Prentice-Hall 979-413-190-3 International Inc. R. Piping and Plumbing Drawings. Young. Presentasi (MS Powerpoint) rangkuman dari 2. Sugi- concrete asphalt. “Mechanics of Topographic Mapping. Understand the scope of fluids”. Z. 1980. etc. 1.. Penerbit PT Prerequisites : Gramedia. Robert D Kerbs. leader. 1. Bruce R. will discuss about fluids in motion. retaining wall. Frick. Panduan dan Buku Pengetahuan Dasar Kom- buildings (up to 2 stories). (2005) ries). draw- engineering. Civil Construction structures. Heinz. Structural Steel. “Fundarmentals of Fluid Mechanics”. momentum. The Science and Technology Penerbit Kanisius. 2nd edition. dations. Ilmu Konstruksi Bangunan 2. Diktat Kuliah: Kontruksi Pem- Highway Materials. plication in mass conservation law. Soemadi. Building Construction. Concrete Construction (example: Foun- civil building structure. 2001. Shan Somayaji. BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 1988 4 SKS 9. 2001 to draw the civil structures such as simple 11. Richad D Walker.. M. Soemadi. The total flow and force Steel Drafting (Construction Roofing. Bandung. MATERIAL PROPERTIES (2+1) Prerequisites : 3 SKS Text Books: Learning Objectives : 1.. Wood Construction PROGRAM and energy to calculate the magnitude of total (Roof and Bridge Construction. 3. lettering.A. Ilmu Bangunan Gedung: Learning Objectives: Seri Praktis Bangunan Sipil A. sewage treatment building. plastic and polymer.C. D. Yogyakarta. Drawings. Konstruksi Bangunan in the civil engineering field Gedung. Introduction to SURVEYING Engineering Drawing. 1989 elementary and practical aspects of materials 2. Data Arsitek Jilid 1 dan 2. Munson.. Penerbit Idea Dharma. waterworks. Penerbit R. wood. Wiggert. Kalkulus Road and Bridges. Penerbit Idea Dharma. (1971) 7. Bandung. The introduction of drawing tools. Neufret. ISBN of Civil Engineering Materials. Penerbit R. Heinz. 1977 ENCV 6 0 0006 8. the topics ing paper format. 14. Learning Objectives : Students are expected to 84 . Potter. Bandung. Panduan Green Infrastructure. hardjo B. Membangun Rumah: Rencana Concrete Fibers dan Bahan-Bahan yang Dipakai. Frick. Students are also able to present the image and design of these buildings.. Young. Dams. Provide understandings concerning important Penerbit Erlangga. I Ketut. Imam.

description of basic concepts 7. Kode Buku: 37-01-010-7 of volume. J. UNDERGRADUATE neering works 1998 PROGRAM Can be able to use measuring instruments in 3. of mapping. the introduction ENCV 6 1 0008 of types of igneous rock-forming minerals. effective stress. AASHTO: Guide for Design of Pavement Prerequisites : Static and Physic Structures. inconsistency of Learning Objectives: By the end of this subject. flat sipat Tahun: 2002 and Theodolite for field data acquirement and implementation of measurement results to the ENCV 6 0 0009 field in civil engineering activities ENCV 6 1 0009 Prerequisites : BASIC SOIL MECHANICS (2+1) Text Books: 3 SKS 1. Surveying for Construction. Mass. ENCV 6 0 0008 types of rock. understand. Muni Budhu. ity of soil for building/simple civil engineering Pearson. Kind SOLID MECHANICS of structure of geology. Irvine. Geological and Geotechnical maps. vertical distance.4. Mechanics of Materials. LP4. the construction. and angle measure. JAMES M. stress and strain Prerequisites : Engineering Geology and Soil transformation. http:// introduction to distance. and identifica- ous internal forces (axial.. F. R. construction 3.. PWS Publishing Syllabus : Explanation of land surveying concept Co. Soil properties. Introduction of variety.M. processes.understand the use of soil parameters in rela. in civil engineering work and mistake theory. Kode Buku: 37-01-010-6 distance. Mc Graw Hill. and Johnston. 1995 technical engineering with other disciplines/civil. Pengukuran dan Pemetaan Syllabus : Engineering geology and soil proper- Pekerjaan Konstruksi.. GERE . stress Soil shear strength test in the laboratory between and torsional deformation of statically indeter. 5.. and stratigraphy. analysis and design of elastic Critical state of soil mechanics. ( 1997). Text Books : ing elastic buckling theory and can be able to use 1. it in steel column design 2. flexural moments tion of weathering. Explanation of the classifica- and torsional forces). Engineering Mechan- as utilizing these methods in general civil engi. Method of reading and analysis of mineralogy. Elementary ity of soil for building/simple civil engineering Surveying. 2011 construction mapping out survey results as well 2. www. S. flow line. Kavanagh. shear. Theory of stress and deformation of statically determined structures. stocky. Popov (Author). William. stress and strains occurred tion process. width measurement. Tahun: 2000 ment methods. MEKANIKA BAHAN 1 ed. Wolf . Permeability and introduc- Syllabus : Material properties. Prentice Hall.C. Soil as a three-phase material. sand and clay. mine structures. Mechanics of Materials. Gere. M. 4th ed. due to internal forces of cross sections of simple Analysis of basic topography map. Physical char- nation and be able to calculate beam deflections acterization of soil. stress due to loads combinations.4. and Timoshenko. 2011 measurement map to the field in civil engineer. Brinker.. description of horizontal Penerbit Erlangga. geo- Harapan. faults. Prentice Hall. ics of Solids (2nd Edition). GERE . JAMES M. mined structures. Criteria of geo- elastic member by considering the characteristics technical and geological map. 1993 85 . 4. Text Books: tion to the calculation the strength and stabil. flexural stress of beam. 6/e. angle and other measur.edu/~mavable/MoM2nd. Soil Mechanic& Foundations. Surveying: with Learning Objectives : Students are expected to Construction Application. Usage of measuring tools. P. stress and axial tion to seepage.P. Paul R.Definition of the science of geology. Vable.htm ing tools which are usually used in mapping and 6. Harper & Row. Egor P. Sinaga. 1. understand the use of soil parameters in rela- New Jersey. civil engineering work. 4.mtu. Mechanics of Ma- the field during a practicum and implement a terials. Effective stress reactions due stress and axial deformation of statically indeter. to changes in total stress in fully saturated soil. MEKANIKA BAHAN 2 ed. Russel C. student are expected to be able to calculate vari.me. Consolidation theory and its test. Topographic maps and geomorphology. Definition McGraw-Hill and meaning of topographic units and equipment. Hibbeler. Boston. Barry F. Identification and influ- 4 SKS ence of coating. Me- ing activities chanics of Materials. Beer. 8/e. Pustaka Sinar ties  . yield criteria and failure criteria Property of elastic buckling. Indra. beam deflection.1997 tion to the calculation the strength and stabil- 2. Theory of and column elastic buckling columns compaction and CBR. calculation Penerbit Erlangga. Atterberg limit. and laws of mechanical materials and its combi. Weathering and soil movement.

7th ed. USA. Material chemistry. materials and natural System resources. Vector Mechanics for of chemical cycle to the built environment Engineers. Innovation and design process. design of the alternative plans or the the concept of niche. Basic Principles 3 SKS of the built environment system and its impact UNDERGRADUATE Learning Objectives: on the natural environment and life cycle system 1. ics using Newton’s 2nd Law approach. Prerequisites : 2004 Text Books: 2. John Willey to design Civil Buildings with the concept of green building and sustainability ENCV 6 0 0010 Syllabus : Principles of natural environmental ENCV 6 1 0010 systems and life cycle (cycle of matter and energy. sustainable consumption and production). particle kinet- chemistry in the environment for civil engineers. The students are able to develop basic (social system. and Statistics. R. Introduction to 2 SKS Engineering Design and Problem Solving Learning Objectives: students should be able to do calculations of kinematics and kinetics of ENCV 6 0 0011 particles and rigid bodies and calculate natural ENCV 6 1 0011 frequency and free vibration and forced vibra- ADVANCED CHEMISTRY tion responses of mechanical vibration without 2SKS damping Learning Objectives: This subject covers applied Syllabus : Particles kinematics.W: Principles of Pave. The students are able to do the basic study / national / local Agenda. and other nation. PROGRAM CIVIL ENGINEERING SYSTEM hydrological cycle. social. for planning and management of civil engineer. Agenda literature study and field survey. particles The first part of course will focus on chemistry in kinetics using energy and momentum approach. environment of the proposed project design based on field and economic pillars in development). M David Burghardt. Water efficiency: Prerequisites : Introduction to Civil Engineering Energy and atmosphere. ISO Design & Planning of Engineering Systems.C. Impact of development sector and infra- based on problem formulation through structure on the natural environment. ecosystem. (2001). mechanical vibration without damping vironment : Equilibrium – Disturbed Equilibrium. 3. individual system and the second part of course kinematics of rigid bodies. C Jotin Khisty. Green Text Books : Building concept Strategy: Example of Green 1. Hibbeler. Witczak M. 14001 Prentice Hall Prerequisites : 2. Kam W Wong. hierarchy waste management. Ronald W Building concept in Indonesia. Ferdinand P Beer. 21 and environment-based development (global 2. power capacity and resil- solutions of civil engineering problems ience). waste tion and finding the solutions of civil engineering and pollution carrying capacity of the environ- problems. Dale D Meredith. EJ. Impact 1. motion of rigid bodies will focus on the impact of built environment to using force and acceleration approach. Environmental Law and other regulations. Prentice Hall. Yoder. ENCV 6 0 0012 1998 ENCV 6 1 0012 SUSTAINABLE BUILT ENVIRONMENT ENCV 6 0 0014 2 SKS ENCV 6 1 0014 Learning Objectives: Students are able to apply CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT the basic principles of natural systems and the 3 SKS 86 built environment as well as concept of sustain. Sustain- observation ability concept of Civil Engineering (zero waste. Atmospheric Prerequisites : Statics chemistry. Jamshid Mohammadi. build environment. plane mo- chemical equilibrium and vice versa tion of rigid bodies using energy and momentum Syllabus : Concepts of chemical cycle in the en. concept of Green Building (LEED) Green Building ing system Criteria: Sustainable sites (EIA). introduction to the quantitative tools ment. Soil chemistry. Probability. Mc Graw Hill. Robert H Worthman (1975). (1999). Impact of built Text Books: environment to the chemical equilibrium. approach. ENCV 6 0 0013 Prentice Hall DYNAMICS 3. Syllabus : Introduction to the problem formula. able development to civil engineering including ment Design. Learning Objectives: . efficiency. Dynamics. with free vibration and forced vibration Aquatic Chemistry. food chain). Engineering Mechanics: Staticand Dynamics. Woodhead. Text Books: Fundamental of System Engineering with Economics. second ed.

Structural Analysis.. J. Chu Kia Wang . and Builders. I d e n t i f y t h e p l a n n i n g p r o c e s s a n d frame affected by external loads. mined structural responses of truss. Loads and Loading: Control.. Material Solid Mechanics Management. tion Process (Estimating. ________________. Halpin. Scheduling and Structural systems for concrete structures. Harold Kerzner phD (1997). Gould. Structures. 2005 Prerequisites : 3. International Edition. Construction Manage- Text Books: ment. 7. and Controlling Fundamental of Structural Analysis . C. Reinforced Concrete: 87 . Callahan. Managing the Construc. distribution. (1998). K.. 1993 agement Body Of Knowledge. Site Management for Engi. systems and be able to design structural members ning and Scheduling. (1997).. load factor and load combination. H. Structural Analysis Text Books: : A unified Classical and Matrix Approach. S. Inc 1.1991. Hendrickson.statically 3.. A. Syllabus : Introduction. students will understand about design 6. Geschwindner. 1999 class. Project Management for Struktur Beton untuk Bangunan Gedung. load types. time. Successful Construction Cost factor and allowable stress. design steps. 1. A. McGraw-Hill. Understand the concept and process of STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS construction projects management starting 3 SKS from planning stage. N. Quakenbush. Daniel G. Mate- Project Control). Bandung. 1997 Project Management A System Approach to 4. G. London. E. 5. Sears. Construction Prerequisites : Static. Prenice and Environmental Management. Slope clulding: Project Planning.. Singapore. Time Management. Three Moment Equation method. Construction. Draft Standar. Resource Man. 4th ed. Architects. and Learning Objectives: Analysing statically indeter- UNDERGRADUATE project hand over. (1994). T. method. J. Hibbeler. Construction Plan. Hall. Dep.G. Thompson pub. L. H. concepts. load 9.H. Thomas Telford. temperature implementation of project management change and degradation of placement. Bidding documents Deflection method. 1952 Health and Environment. SKSNI-03-xxxx-2001. Thomas Telford. LRFD. Holroyd. Ahuja. Statically Indeterminate 3. New York. Neville. Material Property and execution.At the end of the course.. Structural Analysis. PMBOK Guide. Mac Gregor. Prentice Hall. PMI. Sixth Edition. London. 1. Rowing.. New York. Prentice rials and cutting properties of reinforced Hall. European Construction Institute. A Guide to The Project Man. Project Cost Text Books : Management.1995 ENCV 6 0 0101 4. ________________. West. students are expected ENCV 6 0 0015 to be able to: ENCV 6 1 0015 1. McGraw-Hill Inc.load applied on structures. CONCRETE STRUCTURAL DESIGN 1 John Wiley & Sons Inc.. Penyelidikan Masalah Bangunan. F. and Slope Deflection method ministation. New from reinforced concrete according to procedures York. John 2.. New Jersey. Third Management Edition. 2001 3. H.M. 1992. Understand the construction law and legal indetermined structural analyses of truss. Scheduling . Construction planning. Ghali A. of the project. Fundamental Concepts for SKSNI T-15-1991-03. ENCV 6 1 0101 Construction Project Management. Pekerjaan Umum . Aslam Kassimali. W.. Tata Cara Penghitungan 11. New Jersey. Monitoring & Controlling.. Planning. 2.. 4th ed. Learning Objectives: After attending this neers. Load Forms. and design standards. D.. Yayasan Lembaga Owners. USA. beam aspect of construction project and frame using the Consistent Deformation Syllabus : Construction project knowledge in. Moment Distribution method preparation. Engineer. Prerequisites : 10. Safety. Wiley & Sons. Michael T. Tata Cara Perencanaan Struktur Beton untuk Bangunan Gedung...R. Inc. John Wiley and Sons.. R. Badan Standarisasi Indonesia. M. beams and PROGRAM 2. Health. Thomson. G. Legal aspect and contract ad.F. and Sears. Clough. Total Proj. structural and James E. McGraw-Hill Book Co. location of loads. ect Management of Construction Safety. Total Construction Project Syllabus: Introduction to structural system Management. 1998 agement. John Wiley and Sons. Project Organization and Stakeholder 2. Influence techniques in terms of cost. Inc analysis and design. beam deflection. execution stage.C. Ritz. 2000 3 SKS 5. Quality Management. reduction 8. and quality lines of statically indetermined structures.

analyze of pavement materials based on tation system laboratory testing Prerequisites: Student is able to identify pavement distresses Text Books: and its repair maintenance processes 1. Highway Structure design of earth retaining wall. pavement design based on WATER ENGINEERING 1 Bina Marga method and AASHTO method. 1997 Text Books: 1. transportation. type of maintenance and repair 4. goods. A point load. Yoder. Kota ity of soil for building/simple civil engineering 4. tacti- ENCV 6 1 0301 cal. Marvin L. distributed Lentur. Syahril A. level 3 SKS of service. AASHTO: Guide for Design of Pavement system from various dimensions and the current Structures. soil stabilization for 2. transportation the concept of highway pavement design which system components. second ed. Bishop method. EJ. ENCV 6 0 0301 urban. Muni Budhu. Konstruksi Jalan Raya. cost. Soil Mechanic& Foundations. Fundamentals of Trans- subgrade pavement. The MIT Press. introduction of ENCV 6 1 0302 Fillenius method. circle. Black. demand. laboratory works. and type of studies. Sigurd Grava. design of pave. ent the final design of a simple water infrastruc- 88 . Standar Perencanaan Tebal Perkerasan distribution in the soil. ENCV 6 0 0401 way flexible pavement based on emprirical and ENCV 6 1 0401 analytical approaches. Syllabus : Type of pavement. Stress 7. regional.Rahim. dimensional elastic settlement and consolida. Witczak M. earth retaining cantilever wall. single mode.W: Principles of transportation system Pavement Design. Concepts .A. global. Sudarsono DU. Direktorat Jendral Bina Marga (1997) : UNDERGRADUATE SOIL MECHANICS (2+1) Standar Perencanaan Geometrik Jalan Luar 3 SKS Kota Learning Objectives: Students are expected to 3. slice method. Walker Richard D. land-use. Direktorat Jendral Bina Marga (1990) : construction Petunjuk Desain Drainase Permukaan Jalan Syllabus: Bearing capacity of the soil: Allowable 5. Highway pavement maintenance strategy. ing results. J. public transport. to describe the components of transportation 2. envi- Learning Objectives: Student is able to explain ronment. network) . Blunden. PAVEMENT DESIGN combination. Strip. Urban Transportation System. AASHTO Maintenance Manual. Mechanics and design. nodes. students are expected to be able to pres- joints. equilibrium. ASCE ENCV 6 1 0201 2. AASHTO. and square area of footing PU. Design of Learning Objectives: After completing the whole rigid pavement. 1986 tion settlement. One. type of asphalt concrete portation Systems Analysis. AASHTO 1987 earth pressure : Rankine and Coulomb theories. method of observation of dis- Hall. 3rd edition. Manheim . The Land-use / asphalt concrete. national. private vehicles. Choices for Communities. Krebs RD. 6. John Willey Syllabus : Various dimensions of transportation system (people. Slope stability : concept of slope stability. Vol 1 : Basic material testing and analysis of laboratory test. transportation system phase. 1993 issues concerning both of global and Indonesian 3. gravity Material. J. Lateral 8. ENCV 6 0 0302 undrained analysis. cover type of highway pavement. structure and func. Schoon (1993) : Geometric Design PROGRAM ENCV 6 0 0201 Project for Highway. rigid pavement type. Wahyudi . supply. 1974 wall. job mix formula and mix design of 3. current issues on global and Indonesian transpor- ment. Introduction Transport System. Pergamon Press to asphalt mixing plant type. cantilever wall. TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM Prerequisites : 3 SKS Text Books: Learning Objectives: The students are able 1. Struktur Prerequisites : BetonBertulang. 1983 using Fadum and Newmark theories. 1997 tress types. intermodal. W. Mc Graw-Hill tion of structural layers. link.W. Design criterion and method for high. Seepage through dam. strategic. Penerbit Gramedia. design of 3 SKS highway pavement stages construction. real time. operations and production. Prentice type of distresses. Standar Perencanaan Geometrik Jalan Luar tion to the calculation the strength and stabil. Direktorat Jendral Bina Marga (1992) : understand the use of soil parameters in rela. Guide for Desain of Pavement Structures.G. bearing capacity and Ultimate bearing capacity Penerbit PU due to inclination and eccentricity of load. 9. McGraw-Hill. Bina Marga. Penerbit Departemen load.

systems and be able to design structural members Prerequisites: from steel according to procedures and design Text Books : standards. shear walls. Boston. Indonesia. 1997 Learning Objectives: Students should be able to 6. biaxial bending. Behavior of structural Hall. AS. R Tamboli. W. Reinforced Concrete : A and cutting properties of steel. 2. ENCV 6 1 0103 5. 1997 factor and allowable stress. 1992.. Materials 3. Jurnal-Jurnal Pengairan understand flexural and non-flexural behaviours and combination of compression and biaxial ENEV 6 0 0009 bending of structures and slabs. and Wiggert. ------------------. Read and interpret the topography structures. ITP- 2. 2nd ed. Slab and floor system: two-way slabs ENVIRONMENT IMPACT ANALYSIS & ISO with or without beams. CONCRETE STRUCTURAL DESIGN 2 chanics of Fluids. et al. Manual of Steel Construction. Manual of Steel Construction. Akbar Group. map. Hall. Frame design analy- 3 SKS sis. Stan- 1. 1. B. bond and bond length: Continuous beam ENEV 6 1 0011 design. Steel Design Hand Book. Rangan BV.ture in the form of systematic written documents compression forces. Inc. LRFD. Bedient. sources Planning. Spesification & Codes Volume 1 Institute for Water Resources: Guidelines for 4. Nawi. C.: Handbook of Applied Hy- draulics. Durability class. Prentice-Hall International 3 SKS Inc. Load Resis- Engineering Series. Water Resources Support Center. Merle C. strut-and-tie modeling. Foundations and footings. 3rd edition. McGraw Hill International ENCV 6 0 0103 Student Edition. load KA. Faulkes. according to standards which apply. structural concretes. location of loads. Concrete Structures. Mc Graw Hill. beam-column connection. _________________. Tata Cara Perencanaan 89 . Yield Line Analysis: Column Designs: Refer to 109 interaction diagram of square and circular col- umn. reinforced concrete foundations and DESIGN OF INTEGRATED SOLID WASTE retaining walls and to able to design structures MANAGEMENT using ultimate strength based on SNI (Indonesian 3 SKS National Standards). bending and 4. water Prerequisites : PROGRAM Demand Estimation and water balance Text Books : Prerequisites : 1. slender frame and column ENCV 6 0 0102 (braced and unbraced). reduction Hall. Refer to 108 Syllabus : Material behaviours.: Me.G.G. Structural Members. Loads and Loading: 2. ENEV 6 0 0011 torsion. UNDERGRADUATE Estimation. 1992. load types. ENEV 6 1 0009 high beams. Introduction to pre-stressed concepts. tance Factor Design. 2003 McGraw Hill International Editions.. PWSPublishing Co. 1997 4.: Hydrology dar. Warner RF. Reinforced Concrete : Syllabus: Introduction to structural system Mechanics and design. flexural and non- flexural behaviours. Load Forms.load applied on structures. design steps. tance Factor Design. STEEL STRUCTURAL DESIGN 1 shear walls and high beams. 2002 Wesley Publishing Company. Badan Standarisasi and Floodplain Analysis. Civil 3. Load Resis- Risk and Uncertainty Analysis in Water Re. LRFD Steel Design. ing and tension forces (beam-column. load factor and load combination. students will understand about design and fire resistance. Tata Cara Perencanan Text Books: Struktur Baja untuk Bangunan Gedung. detailing. moment magnification ENCV 6 1 0102 factor and P-δ effect analysis. and Huber. et al. C. corbel Learning Objectives: After attending this and bearing. 1998 Structural systems for steel structures. 2nd ed. Addison. Prentice analysis and design. Prentice- serviceability structures. 3rd edition. Segui. Chow.. shear. and combination of bend- and are able to deliver them orally. ven Te.William T. Volume I – Principles – With Spesification & Codes Volume 2 Technical Appendices... E. 1952. The Greeley-Polhemus 5. Longman. 1988. Potter. Water Availability Assessment. Mac Gregor. P. USACE. David C. J.. Flood Forecasting Connections.. Davis. uniaxial) Syllabus : Students be able to Execute and inter. 1996 member with LRFD towards tension.. LRFD Method.: Applied Hydrology.. direct design and portal 2 SKS equivalent. shear on columns.V. combination of bending and compression for steel pret the data.work load tension. SNI-03-1729-2021. 3.. basic water resources.. Addison Wesley distribution.. Structural Members. Fundamental Approach.

John Wiley & Sons. lateral Kota displacement. To understand fundamentals of pile loading facilities . median. Highway 3) Poulos. Foundation Design. dan Woodward J. lateral capacity. curb. Oxon.. Sudarsono DU. Lentur. [T&W] ent the final design of a simple water infrastruc- 6) Reese L.g. Pile foundation ENCV 6 1 0402 in Engineering Practice. cross section. sheet piles. J.. horizontal align- understand construction aspects of this type ment.. Penerbit Departemen Kogakusha.R.Y. journal of geotechnic and geome.Student Edition. & Burns. students are expected to be able to pres- Taylor & Francis. John Wiley & Sons.H. Deep retaining structures: Petunjuk Desain Drainase Permukaan Jalan construction methods and materials. Oxon. pile loading tests. studies. comfort and safety 3 SKS principles Learning Objectives: Syllabus : Introduction to Indonesia norms. 2. required in analysis and design of deep Highway classification and functions . Isenhower W. Japan. out.. J. McGraw-Hill. 5th Ed.M. Inc. Deep foundations: construc. Schoon (1993) : Geometric Design construction aspects of this type of Project for Highway. driven piles. and design methods Penerbit PU Prerequisites : Soil Mechanics 6. UK. USA.G & Davis. axial compression Standar Perencanaan Geometrik Jalan Luar capacity. Guide for Desain of Pavement Structures. 1983 2) Coduto DP. ture in the form of systematic written documents (2006). environmental and economic factors . and flow rate can be distributed. dan Wang S. Piling Engineering. lanes. infrastructure’s system (channels and reservoir) 90 . Randolph M. Direktorat Jendral Bina Marga (1992) : tion methods and materials. 2001 5. road lighting . capacity. John Wiley $ Sons. John Wiley ENCV 6 1 0303 PROGRAM & Sons ROAD GEOMETRIC DESIGN 3 SKS UNDERGRADUATE ENCV 6 0 0202 Learning Objectives : Student is able to design ENCV 6 1 0202 simple highway geometric considering econo- FOUNDATION ENGINEERING mic. T. (e.. Badan 2) Canadian geotechnical journal Standarisasi Indonesia. [R..W] vation energy to design the channels so that the 7) Fleming K.-T. of WinTR20 to simulate the storage effect that Taylor & Francis. chanics Draft Standar. 1986 1) Bowles. vertical alignment..G. To analyze and design deep retaining Prerequisites : structures (e. Pile Foundation Material. ASCE geotechnical structures 2. right of of geotechnical structures way. (2009).W. Bina Marga. Lin.. including axial compression.E] occurs at the flow through the channels that Journal have been projected and design the simple water 1) ASCE. 1988 PU. introduction 4. AASHTO Maintenance Manual. Int. 3rd Ed. settlement. SKSNI-03-xxxx-2001. drainage design for raod. Cut and fill. Direktorat Jendral Bina Marga (1990) : to structural design. Design foundations and deep retaining structures criteria and control : vehicles.C.I. Standar Perencanaan Tebal Perkerasan Design. Struktur Beton untuk Bangunan Gedung.. Syllabus : Students be able to Apply the conser- Hoboken. Ltd.g. Text Books: AASHTO. tests. Design of Presstressed ENCV 6 0 0303 Concrte Structures. Krebs RD. H. [F.. pedestrian and bicycle 3. Inc. Foundation Analysis and 7. Project work : a and high-strain dynamic complete set of road geometric design 4. To analyze and design deep foundations safety.H. Pile Learning Objectives: After completing the whole Design and Construction Practice.. stan- 1. E. Analysis and Design of Shallow and and are able to deliver them orally Deep Foundations. lateral.. Walker Richard D. Prentice 8. environmental issues. ENCV 6 0 0402 4) Prakash S & Sharma HD. analytical 5. Weltman A. 3. McGraw-Hill. H.  To understand fundamentals of soil mechanics dards. UK. 1980. WATER ENGINEERING 2 1990 3 SKS 5) Tomlinson M. Third Edition. Use the application Elson K. Kota ing structures.E. codes and manuals for geometric design. bored piles) and to Design elements : sight distance. Stacking. cantilever Text Books: or with simple strut) and to understand 1.. Inc.. 1974 Analysis and Design.... drives. AASHTO 1987 Hall.1994 9. Direktorat Jendral Bina Marga (1997) : Syllabus : Soil properties requried in analysis Standar Perencanaan Geometrik Jalan Luar and design of deep foundations and deep retain. (2007). Konstruksi Jalan Raya..

: Applied Hydrology. M. quality control. Mempersiapkan that occur at each stage of the project. Volume I – Principles – With 2. Preparation of bidding documents. and operation. and contract administration aspects. Safety. P. Kanisius. ven Te. Student capable in calculating and planning Learning Objectives: Internship is intended to earth moving by using heavy equipment students learn in the real world of works based Syllabus : Definition of mechanical earth moving. calculation and other aspects. Wallers S. Civil Health and Environment. opera.: Handbook of Applied Hy. B. Addison. existing Lapisan Dasar Konstruksi Jilid 2. Registered and fill out IRS for Internship Learning Objectives: Provides knowledge and Special Course. to the technical work. Plans. Inc. Observation PROGRAM 2. Merle C. Deter- Lapisan Dasar Konstruksi Jilid 1. 1980.S. 2nd ed. 1996 sources Planning. Imam Sugoto.A. planning project. Construction UNDERGRADUATE Wesley Publishing Company. Conduct problems 1. Imam Sugoto. ENCV600016 5. project Prerequisites : Ilmu Ukur Tanah management. project management. capable in analysis characteristics. McGraw Hill International Student Edition.. Department of Civil Engineering 91 . et al. Water Resources Support Center. Poage. on interest field in civil and environmental en- characteristic. 1992. AIA. 1997 Able to understand industrial development and 6. and Wiggert. Bedient. Etika Dunia Bisnin. Identify the problem related of the work schedule and related cost. Robby I. Text Books: Institute for Water Resources: Guidelines for 1. et al. and Huber. Davis. some way to calculate volume project specifications. McGraw Hill International Editions. Potter. EQUIPMENTS Requirement:- 3 SKS References: - Learning Objectives: 1. project specifications. Chow. type of soil and soil volume. CCS. 1987 Group. construction method. Risk and Uncertainty Analysis in Water Re. Mempersiapkan final report includes project description. Prerequisites : 3. The Greeley-Polhemus Contracs for Building Professionals. Prepare a 2. Student know and capable in calculating ENCV 6 0 0017 capacity and production cost of heavy ENCV 6 1 0017 equipment. 3. 1980. Legal and Floodplain Analysis. Study and describe the process of techni- way to work of each heavy equipment. Chandra.. Etika Bisnis Konstruksi.at observed watershed ding / auction preparation until the construction Prerequisites : PIK 1 execution and hand over of work Text Books: Syllabus : Understandings of construction proj- 1. 1995 draulics. 4. been approved and in accordance with its speci- Calculate production of heavy equipment. capacity and production Syllabus : Specify the job objectives in the pro- cost of heavy equipment. C. the ficity. quality control. engineering Text Books: drawings and other aspects. associated with the project learned.: Me. CAPITA SELECTA (2 SKS) chanics of Fluids. Syllabus: ENCV 6 0 0501 Special topics in industries which are not cov- ENCV 6 1 0501 MECHANICAL EARTHWORKS AND HEAVY ered in other courses.V. Construction execution. planning. W. beginning from bid. Implement an internship at a site that has equipment for optimalization times and cost.. USACE. gineering tion of heavy equipment. Jakarta: problems and problem solving Departemen Pekerjaan Umum Prerequisites : The student is able to start to do an internship ENCV 6 0 0502 if: ENCV 6 1 0502 1.. INTERNSHIP type and volume of work 3 SKS 2. engineering drawings of cut and fill. David C. 1988. Management Materials. 1992.: Hydrology ects. and expresses him/her- understandings as well as basic ability in project self to the Internship Coordinator in the construction management. Jurnal-Jurnal Pengairan its problems. C. Prentice-Hall International Course Objective: Inc. Already got at least 75 credits (SKS) and ETHICS AND CONSTRUCTION LAW already pass 6th semesters 2 SKS 2. Construction Labor Engineering Series. 2nd ed. 1952. the way to cal work. Specs and Technical Appendices.. Jakarta: mine ways or solutions to overcome the problems Departemen Pekerjaan Umum. Andy Kirana. designing to combing posal.

portal structures analysis. Students must complete and submit the defend research results. METHOD to formulate a research problem and objectives. Parking Study. Bending. Students choose a project and / or Students are able to (1) prepare a research pro- object of selected activities at intern. GTSTUDL. Virtual work and energy principles well-written final report applied in the structural analysis. Statics and kinematics required in structural oping basic research design. C. Matrix Superposition Method for structural analysis. and increasing communication skills ENCV 6 0 0304 and professionalism awareness. axial and thermal sumptions and constraints.Transport. Structure . computer expected to be able to work together to design program. analyze 2D/3D spatial structures using computer- and to present preliminary research results in a based forces and deflection method (matrices form of scientific report to be presented in front method) of the board of examiners Syllabus : Introduction to structural modelling. STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS WITH STIFFNESS nicate in verbal and writing a research proposal. 2D/3D frame. STAAD III. Text Books: Measurement of Traffic Flow Variables and Traffic Survey. on the variables related to the traffic flows ture. PROGRAM registration form at the Secretariat of Syllabus : Synthesizing various lectures taken Civil Engineering Department by students to design or to solve engineering UNDERGRADUATE Text Books: problems. Jotin Khisty: Transportation Engineering. Analysis of 3 SKS multi-storey buildings with rigid floor.00 and without grade of E using force and displacement method. etc. Introduction Prerequisites : Passing 110 credits with GPA >= to statically indeterminate structural analysis 2. shear. Application Learning Objectives: Students in a group is of SAP. ENCV 6 0 0019 Prerequisites : Passing 128 credits with GPA >= ENCV 6 1 0019 2. analyze the road transport performance based Construction Management -Geotechnical-Struc.. grid. Application of several approacehes in a project from initial to implementation stage. CS. Transport-MSDA. Syllabus : Developing problem description. e. and (3) present and 4. ENCV 6 0 0018 Implementation of Matrix Superposition Method in CAPSTONE PROJECT 2D/3D spatial truss. ENCV 6 0 0020 Travel Time and Delay Study. 1993 92 2. posal based on good understanding of research ships site and location that has been methodology. Intersection Capacity Study . Structure . The students are expected to present through the application of Indonesian Highway and deliver the group’s final report on the given Capacity Manual (MKJI) and Highway Capacity tasks. analyzing project’s economic feasibility. Prentice Hall. systems. FINAL PROJECT Practice 4 SKS Prerequisites : Learning Objectives: Text Books: 1. application to obtain structural bending of frames preparing and presenting a well-structured and and trusses.g. Papacostas. including relevant as.Geo. ENCV 6 1 0304 Syllabus : The course consists of designing TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING construction project that involves at least two 3 SKS knowledge specializations. Spot Speed Study. . Link ENCV 6 1 0020 Capacity Study. to develop a research Learning Objectives: Students should be able to hypothesis. Preparing a written report of the synthesis. This course aims to achieve some of the basic civil Prerequisites :Structure Analysis engineering competencies such as designing con. 2nd ed. ETABS. 3. conducting literature member deformation of members and the study and constructing research methodology. 3 SKS to conduct literature study. Manual (HCM) Prerequisites : Syllabus : Variable and Traffic Flow Model. devel. Text Books: struction project.00 and without grade of E SEMINAR 1 SKS ENCV 6 0 0104 Learning Objectives: Students are able to commu. Volume Study. Learning Objectives: The students are able to technical. Preveduoros: Transportation Engineering and Planning. to construct research methodology. (2) prepare a well-written research contacted previously report (in Bahasa Indonesia).

uniaxial) Kuliah (tidak dipublikasikan). flow. and morphological factors to river and cutting properties of wood. River control structure serviceability structures. flowing fluid. Timber Engineering Step Netherlands 1 and 2. definition of 93 . Fluid Traffic Engineering. reduction model and river flow physics. Text Books : 1.H. Able to calculate surface runoff and sediment transport. model statistic and deterministic of river standards. formulation of dot PROGRAM ENEV 6 0 0010 and surface pressure equations as well as their ENEV 6 1 0010 application. (unpublished). River morphology: factor and allowable stress. Internal flow. Hydrostatics. M. Suwarno Wityomartono. International Institute Penerbit Fakultas Teknik UGM. River hydrology: systems and be able to design structural members variation and effect of various variable in river from wood according to procedures and design flow. Behavior of structural Prerequisites : member with LRFD towards tension. liquid and gas. potential energy. Felix Yap. 19xx. Konstruksi Kayu. Prentice Hall.load applied on structures. load types. Blass et al. ENVIRONMENTAL GLOBAL ISSUES Lagrangian and Eulerian concepts. Lecture Notes (unpublished). River hydraulics: various type of river flow Syllabus: Introduction to structural system from the view point of flow pattern. William R. An Introduction. moment from momentum with the ap- ENCV 6 0 0403 proach of volume control in the form of integrals ENCV 6 1 0403 and differentials. Sungai. beam in fluids especially as well as know the basic law structures.J. Maret 1984 3. stream classification. class. transport in river as well as effect of the changes and D. Delft. 2. Diktat ing and tension forces (beam-column. the 3. of interaction between various hydrological. girder plates. Materials hydraulics. concept of continuum me- 3. Konstruksi Kayu. Rivers. Delft. mathematic analysis and design. 1971 for Hydraulics Engineering. Structural systems for wood structures. Doelhomid Srimoerni W S.. Lecture Notes 2. students will understand about design utilization and river conservation. International Prerequisites : Institute for Hydraulic Engineering. load Mathematic model of river morphology. K. Effect distribution. Kinetic energy. H. first law of thermodynamics. Subhas C. Centrum Hout. bending and Text Books: compression forces. and 4. 19xx. Newton’s second law. river concepts. design steps. 1990 solids. work load tension. 1995 ENCV 6 0 0404 ENCV 6 1 0404 ENCV 6 0 0106 HYDRAULICS ENCV 6 1 0106 3 SKS STEEL STRUCTURAL DESIGN 2 Learning Objectives : Have the basic ability to Learning Objectives : Students should be able understand basic behavior and laws which apply to design and calculate advanced joints. Sediment Transport. 1990 properties. Breussers. Potter. LRFD. flux and control 3 SKS volume. formulation of RIVER ENGINEERING speed profile and loss. McShane and Roger P. according to standards which apply. Learning Objectives: Understand the sources Kalkulus and properties of surface runoff and sediment Text Books : Mechanics of Fluids. portal and composite concepts as well as its application structures of low-rise buildings and students Syllabus : Relationship between fluid mechanics and hydraulics in civil engineering. structural characteristics and watershed. intensive and extensive properties. Prins A. Roess: chanics.C. Loads and Loading: sources and transport sediment mechanism. load factor and load combination. and combination of bend- 1. ENCV 6 0 0105 also the relation with technical works of water WOOD STRUCTURAL DESIGN structure and river control structure Learning Objectives : After attending this Syllabus : Definition of river system (DAS). Load Forms. Connections. Penerbit : the Netherlands Bina Cipta. General formulation of conservation laws Refer to 109 of mass. Saxena: A Course in Traffic work through thermodynamics concepts as well Planning and Design as thermodynamics scale which are relevant with UNDERGRADUATE fluid mechanics. Prentice Hall. behavior. 3 SKS Prerequisites : Fisika Mekanika & Panas. The Netherlands. location of loads. IMS-FTUI combination of bending and compression for wood Jakarta structures.C Wiggert to river stability (equilibrium/regime).

Edition. WEF and ASCE. Plate girder based rainwater management (drainage system theory and analysis for buildings. Walesh. Steel system: definition. : Urban Surface Management. Determining Prerequisites : type and dimension of conveyor channel. 2000 Text Books : 4. aim and target. Salmon C. Scalzi J. 3 SKS John Wiley & Sons. Iowa POLLUTION PREVENTION State University. as well as field case studies. designing integrated rainwater PWS Publishing CO.G. Cold form section/ drainage system component and flood control. Structural analysis. Drainage System steel composite structures and application of and flood control: definition. Syllabus : Introduction: explanation of the Syllabus : Calculation of continuous beams using fundamental differences between conventionally- plastic method. 1996 Hydrology and hydraulics analysis. 1998 Syllabus : The introduction of geotextile material 3. Determining 2.. Fourth of integrated rainwater management system. Iowa Statewide Urban Standard Specifications for Public Improvements Manual : Urban ENEV 6 0 0017 Design Standards Manual. River hydraulics: various type of river flow from the view point of flow pattern. 1994 management system for that catchment area. River morphology: DESIGN OF PRESTRESSED CONCRETE sources and transport sediment mechanism. Light Gage Members Hydrology and hydraulics analysis. River hydrology: ADVANCED MECHANICS OF MATERIAL variation and effect of various variable in river 3 SKS flow. LRFD Steel Design. river ENCV 8 0 0101 characteristics and watershed. Case study in a catchment area: Toppan Co. portal and gable frame rainwater management (integrated rainwater design. Inc Learning Objectives : Students can learn the 2. and morphological factors to river 94 .G dan Johnson J. aim and target.. John Wiley & Sons. control of Steel Structures. Bresler B. Lin T. Advanced and flood control) and environmentally-based PROGRAM joints engineering. steel-steel composite management system). Civil Engineers : Urban Runoff Quality and case studies in the field Management... for the design. Beamn-Column. 3 SKS Mathematic model of river morphology. Explanation of the gaps UNDERGRADUATE structures and steel-concrete composite structures between “state of the art” and “state of the in low-strorey buildings. model statistic and deterministic of river Refer to Page 379 flow. Environment and Maryland Department of Foundation in the methods of implementation Natural Resources Coastal Zone Management Prerequisites : Program. control Text Books: and storage. Harper Collins Publisher. utilization and river conservation. ITP. Joint Task Force of the Water Environment methods of implementation of the foundation Federation and the American Society of in. should be able to use elastic and plastic methods behavior. get to know some of geotextile material. mathematic ENCV 8 0 0102 model and river flow physics. Center for Transportation 3 SKS Research and Education. Component Structure : Design and Behavoir. Boston. Maryland Department of the studies in the field. preflex system for buildings. River control structure. Prerequisites : Introduction to Civil Engineering ENCV 6 0 0203 Text Books : CONSTRUCTION METHODS IN GEOTECHNIC 1. Pile and its method of implementation case Volume I & II. 1968 evaluating the existing drainage system and 3. Integrated rainwater management 1.E.Franky 2000 Maryland Storm water design Manual. Chapter 2 – Storm ENEV 6 1 0017 Water Management and Drainage.Y. Effect Refer to Page 379 of interaction between various hydrological. S.B.Types of drilling in the ground. flood control. Segui William T. Center for WATERSHED Protection and in an effort to strengthen the soil and soil Maryland Department of the Environment : stabilization. Concrete-prestressed practice” rainwater management. 2003 Refer to Page 111 ELECTIVE COURSE FROM MASTER PROGRAM ENCV 6 0 0405 RAIN MANAGEMENT STRUCTURE STREAM 3 SKS (Odd Semester) Learning Objectives : Definition of river system (DAS). and storage. Design type and dimension of conveyor channel. hydraulics.

ENCV 8 0 0103 DYNAMICS OF STRUCTURE CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT STREAM 3 SKS (Odd Semester) Refer to Page 379 ENCV 8 0 0501 UNDERGRADUATE GEOTECHNIC STREAM ENGINEERING PROJECT MANAGEMENT PROGRAM (Odd Semester) 3 SKS Refer to Page 384 ENCV 8 0 0201 ADVANCED SOIL MECHANICS ENCV 8 0 0502 3 SKS ENGINEERING ECONOMICS AND MANAGEMENT Refer to Page 380 3 SKS Refer to Page 384 ENCV 8 0 0202 ADVANCED GEOTECHNICAL INVESTIGATION ENCV 8 0 0503 3 SKS SYSTEMS ENGINEERING AND VALUE MANAGE- Refer to Page 380 MENT 3 SKS ENCV 8 0 0203 Refer to Page 384 SLOPE STABILIZATION AND SOIL IMPROVEMENT 3 SKS ENCV 8 0 0601 Refer to Page 380 CONSTRUCTION METHODS AND EQUIPMENT 3 SKS TRANSPORTATION STREAM Refer to Page 385 (Odd Semester) STRUCTURE STREAM ENCV 8 0 0301 (Even Semester) ADVANCED HIGHWAY GEOMETRIC DESIGN 3 SKS ENCV 8 0 0105 Refer to Page 381 FINITE ELEMENT METHOD 3 SKS ENCV 8 0 0302 Refer to Page 386 ADVANCED TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM 3 SKS Refer to Page 381 ENCV 8 0 0106 DESIGN OF EARTHQUAKE RESISTANCE BUILD- ENCV 8 0 0303 ING TRAFFIC ENGINEERING AND CONTROL 3 SKS 3 SKS Refer to Page 386 Refer to Page 382 ENCV 8 0 0107 ENCV 8 0 0304 CONCRETE TECHNOLOGY AND ADV. REINFORCED TRANSPORT PLANNING AND POLICY CONCRETE 3 SKS 3 SKS Refer to Page 382 Refer to Page 386 WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT STREAM GEOTECHNIC STREAM (Even Semester) ENCV 8 0 0401 ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY ENCV 8 0 0204 3SKS ADV. FOUNDATION ENGINEERING AND DEEP Refer to Page EXCAVATION 3 SKS ENCV 8 0 0402 Refer to Page 388 ENGINEERING HYDROLOGY 3 SKS ENCV 8 0 0205 Refer to Page 382 NUMERICAL METHODS IN GEOTECHNICAL EN- GINEERING ENCV 8 0 0001 3 SKS ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS Refer to Page 388 3 SKS 95 Refer to Page 382 .

CONTRACT AND 3 SKS CLAIM ADMINISTRATION Refer to Page 390 3SKS Refer to Page 393 ENCV 8 0 0311 RAILWAY ENGINEERING AND PLANNING 3 SKS Refer to Page 390 ENCV 8 0 0312 PORT PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT 3 SKS Refer to Page 391 ENCV 8 0 0313 PUBLIC TRANSPORT PLANNING AND OPERA- TION 3 SKS Refer to Page 391 ENCV 8 0 0314 SELECTED TOPICS IN TRANSPORTATION 3 SKS Refer to Page 401 96 . WATER RESORUCES MANAGEMENT ENCV 8 0 0206 (Even Semester) ENVIRONMENTAL GEOTECHNICS 3 SKS ENCV 8 0 0403 Refer to Page 389 WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT PROGRAM 3 SKS TRANSPORTATION STREAM Refer to Page 391 UNDERGRADUATE (Even Semester) ENCV 8 0 0404 ENCV 8 0 0305 QUALITATIVE HYDROLOGY FREIGHT TRANSPORTATION 3 SKS 3 SKS Refer to Page Refer to Page 389 ENCV 8 0 0405 ENCV 8 0 0306 SURFACE WATER QUALITY MODELING TRANSPORT NETWORK ANALYSIS 3 SKS 3 SKS Refer to Page 392 Refer to Page 389 ENCV 8 0 0406 ENCV 8 0 0307 GROUND WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT ADVANCED HIGHWAY PAVEMENT ENGINEERING 3 SKS 3 SKS Refer to Page 392 Refer to Page 389 CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT ENCV 8 0 0308 ENCV 8 0 0505 TRANSPORT DEMAND ANALYSIS TIME AND COST MANAGEMENT 3 SKS 3 SKS Refer to Page 390 Refer to Page 392 ENCV 8 0 0309 ENCV 8 0 0506 TRANSPORT SAFETY QUALITY AND RISK MANAGEMENT 3 SKS 3 SKS Refer to Page 390 Refer to Page 393 ENCV 8 0 0310 ENCV 8 0 0507 TRANSPORT ECONOMICS PROCUREMENT MANAGEMENT.

Study Duration Designed for 4 years Type of Semester Number of Semester Number of weeks / semester Regular 8 17 Short (optional) 3 8 11. UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM IN ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING Program Specification UNDERGRADUATE 1.4. Apply uncertainty and reliability principles in design engineered systems . Design of a system. energy. momentum con- servation and transport principles to solve environmental engineering problems (EE1) 2. homogenous group to achieve goals (EE-18) 14. Apply Basic Environmental Math & Science (BEMS) Knowledge. Entry High school /equivalent AND pass the entrance exam. Apply professional and ethical issues in environmental engineering (EE-13) 13. industrial. Expected Learning Outcomes: 1. regulatory. Apply leadership principles to direct the efforts of a small. Awarding Institution Universitas Indonesia PROGRAM 2. Study Scheme (Full Time / Part Full Time Time) 9. Show life-long learning skill to enhanced skills. unit. Accreditation / Recognition BAN-PT: B Accredited AUN-QA 7. Apply principles of project management relevant to environmental engineering (EE-16) 97 . Language(s) of Instruction Bahasa Indonesia and English 8. awareness of technology. Programme Tittle Undergraduate Program in Environmental Engineering 4. Apply BEMS to predict and determine fate and transport of substances in and among air. welfare and safety (EE5) 6. Analyze and propose solutions for globalization and other contemporary issues vital to envi- ronmental engineering (EE-11) 12. and public concerns and current issues (EE-15) 15.T) 6. Graduate Profiles: “A bachelor engineering who is able to design system and infrastructure of environmental engineer- ing in order to improve environmental quality and to protect humans from environmental degrada- tion” 12.2. process and infrastructure related to environmental engi- neering (EE-2) 3. 7. Class Regular 5. component or process to meet desired needs related to a problem appro- priate to environmental engineering (EE7) 8. Choose and use modern engineering tools necessary to solve environment engineering prob- lems (EE-3 & UI-C) 4. Apply advanced knowledge and essential skills of environment engineering for professional practice of environmental engineering(EE-4) 5. Integrate the principles of sustainability into the analysis and design of engineered systems (EE-8) 9. mass. Teaching Institution Universitas Indonesia 3. Formulate problem and analysis it based on proper environmental engineering background knowledge (EE-6). Final Award Sarjana Teknik (S. water and soil as well as in engineered systems (EE-9) 10. Design and conduct experiments necessary to gather data and create information for use in analysis and design systems. Discuss and explain societal impact of public policy affecting environmental engineering issues and solutions (EE-10) 11. Requirements 10. built or operated to protect the environment and the public health.

b. c. 16. Apply business knowledge and communication skills necessary to the administration of both private and public organizations (EE-17) 17. Industry —manu¬facturing. Educational Sector — ranging from continuing citizen and professional education provided by com- munity colleges to graduate instruction provided by research universities. Seminar. creative mind. Classification Credit Hours (SKS) Percentage i University General Subjects 18 13 % ii Basic Engineering Subjects 22 15 % iii Core Subjects 72 50 % iv Elective Subjects 24 17 % v Internship. Analyze and solve problems in solid and fluid mechanics (ASCE 6) 19. and facility operation. sustainability. 12. (UI-a) 20. 98 . Total Credit Hours to Graduate 144 SKS Career Prospects a. Use knowledge of entrepreneurship to identify an independent business based on creativity and professional ethics (UI-e) 13 Classification of Subjects No. to environmental research. critical thinking. Use knowledge of material sciences to solve problem appropriate to civil engineering (ASCE 5) 18. Propose alternative solutions of several problems occur in society. Demonstrate integrity. construction. wastewater or solid waste utili- ties at the city or regional level to administration of environ¬mental regulations at the state and federal level. and energy industrial sectors which have responsibility for treatment facility operation and minor design. d. inovative and intelectual curiosity in PROGRAM solving individual and group problems. regulatory guidance. pollut¬ant transport. Consulting Engineering Service — as facility design and can be expanded to include more emphasis on Brownfield investigations. Public Service — ranging from operational manage¬ment of water. nation and country (UI-b) UNDERGRADUATE 21. 8 6% Undergraduate Thesis. Project Total 144 100 % 14.

Integrate the principles of sustainability 15. (EE-10 ) (EE-18) environmental engineering problems(EE1) public health. Apply advanced knowledge and to gather data and create information for use in essential skills of environment analysis and design systems. Learning Outcomes Flow Diagram Graduate Profile : “ Bachelor Engineering who is able to design system and infrastructure of environmental engineering in order to improve environmental quality and to protect humans from environmental degradation” 21. UNDERGRADUATE 99 PROGRAM . unit. 14. Design and conduct experiments necessary 22. mass. Use knowledge of material sciences 17. Propose alternative 4. Apply BEMS to predict and determine fate and into the analysis and design of engineered transport of substances in and among air. nation and (UI-C & EE3). critical 2. Discuss and explain societal impact of direct the efforts of a small. welfare and safety (EE5) 1. Choose and use modern engineering tools necessary to (EE-16) 9. process and engineering for professional infrastructure related to environmental practice of environmental engineering (EE-2) engineering(EE-4) 18. Apply uncertainty and reliability principles 11. Apply principles of project management engineering (EE-13 ) relevant to environmental engineering 2. inovative and solutions of several problems ICT and non academic purposes. Formulate problem and analysis it to solve problem appropriate to civil based on proper environmental engineering(ASCE-5). momentum in design engineered systems. solve problems solutions for globalization and component or process to meet in solid and other contemporary issues vital desired needs related to a fluid mechanics to environmental engineering problem appropriate to (ASCE 6) (EE-11 ) environmental engineering(EE7) 16. Analyze and propose 20. EE14) ethics (UI-E) and group problems. (UI-A/EE-21). Apply professional and ethical as well as in engineered systems(EE-9 ) issues in environmental 13. energy. Use knowledge of entrepreneurship 3. UI-D & based on creativity and professional intelectual curiosity in solving individual occur in society. communication skills necessary to the and public concerns and current administration of both private and public issues (EE-15 ) organizations(EE-17) 8. country (UI-B). regulatory. Communicate effectively in 5. (BEMS) Knowledge. water and soil systems (EE-8) 10. Analyze and 19. awareness of 12. Show life-long learning skill to solve environment engineering problems(EE-3 & UI-C) enhanced skills. industrial. Demonstrate integrity. Can operate Bahasa and English for academic to identify an independent business thinking. Apply business knowledge and technology. Design of a system. Apply Basic Environmental Math& Science 7. 9. Apply leadership principles to 6. built or public policy affecting environmental homogenous group to achieve goals conservation and transport principles to solve operated to protect the environment and the engineering issues and solutions. engineering background knowledge(EE-6). creative mind.

Economics Introduction to Env. Global Env. Microbiology Social Science In-depth Skill & Knowledge Technically Breadth Design & Final Project Semester 1 Semester 2 Semester 3 Semester 4 Semester 5 Semester 6 Semester 7 Semester 8 . Eng Linear Algebra Fundamental Structural Design Solid Mechanics of Soil of Env. Laboratory Construction Issuues Pollution Mathematic Prevention Env. Eng. Hydrology and Design of Advanced Drainage Domestic Calculus Hydrolics Calculus Wastewater Theory of Treatment Plant Internship Material Final & Collection Property Project System Basic Chemistry Integrated Solid Unit Operation Waste Man. Course A Course B Thermodinamics Kapita Selekta Physical English Healhty. Eng. prenuership) Statistic & Religion Probabilistic Structural Project Man. UNDERGRADUATE 100 PROGRAM Flow Diagram of Subjects Integrtd Intgrtd Character Character Build. & and Process Fluid Mechanics Design Design of Water (2+1) Seminar Treatment Plant & Distribution System Building Env. & Surveying Analysis Eng. Chemistry EIA & ISO Natural Science Humanities Env. Safety (Techno Education/Arts & Env. (3+1) Elective Courses 1 to 8 Mechanics Facilities Basic Physics I Basic Physics II Static Env. Build.

Teknik Lingkungan 4 Facilities Perancangan Jaringan Pengumpul dan Bangunan Design of Collection System and Domestic ENEV 6 0 0015 3 Pengolahan Air Limbah Domestik Wastewater Treatment Plants Perancangan Bangunan Pengolahan dan Distri.Course Structure of Undergraduate Programme in Environmental Engineering (Regular) UNDERGRADUATE KODE MATA AJARAN SUBJECT SKS PROGRAM   Semester 1 1st Semester   UIGE600004 MPKT B Integrated Character Building Subject B 6 UIGE600002 Bahasa Inggris English 3 ENGE600003 Fisika Dasar 1 Physics 1 4 ENGE600001 Kalkulus Calculus 4 ENGE600010 Kimia Dasar Basic Chemistry 2     Sub Total 19   Semester 2 2nd Semester   UIGE600001 MPKT A Integrated Character Building Subject A 6 UIGE600003 Olah Raga/Seni Sport/ Art 1 ENGE600002 Aljabar Linear Linear Algebra 4 ENGE600004 Fisika Dasar 2 Physics 2 4 UIGE600005-9 Agama Religious Studies 2 ENCV 6 0 0001 Kalkulus Lanjut Advanced Calculus 3     Sub Total 20   Semester 3 3rd Semester   ENGE600005 Statistik dan Probabilistik Statistic and Probability 2 ENCV 6 0 0003 Statika Statics 4 ENCV 6 0 0004 Mekanika Fluida Fluid Mechanics 3 ENCV 6 0 0006 Konstruksi Bangunan Building Construction 4 ENEV 6 0 0001 Teori Properti Material Theory of Material Properties 2 Introduction to Enviromental Engineering ENEV 6 0 0002 Pengantar Sistem Rekayasa Lingkungan 2 System ENEV 6 0 0003 Kimia Lingkungan (2+1) Environmental Chemistry (2+1) 3     Sub Total 20   Semester 4 4th Semester   ENCV 6 0 0007 Ilmu Ukur Tanah Surveying 3 ENCV 6 0 0008 Mekanika Benda Padat Solid Mechanics 4 ENEV 6 0 0004 Termodinamika Thermodynamics 2 ENEV 6 0 0005 Unit Operasi dan proses Unit Operations and Processes 3 ENEV 6 0 0006 Hidrolika Teknik Lingkungan Environmental Engineering Hydraulics 2 ENEV 6 0 0007 Laboratorium Lingkungan (2+1) Environmental Laboratory (2+1) 3     Sub Total 17   Semester 5 5th Semester   ENGE600008 K3LL Health. Struktur Bang. Safety and Environment 2 ENCV 6 0 0009 Mekanika Tanah Dasar (2+1) Basic Soil Mechanics 3 ENCV 6 0 0015 Analisa Struktur Structural Analysis 3 ENEV 6 0 0008 Hidrologi dan drainase Hydrology and Drainage 2 ENEV 6 0 0009 Perancangan Pengelolaan Limbah Padat Terpadu Design of Integrated Solid Waste Management 3 ENEV 6 0 0010 Permasalahan Lingkungan dalam isu global Environmental Global issues 2 ENEV 6 0 0011 Amdal. Design of Water Treatment Plants and Distribu- ENEV 6 0 0016 3 busi Air Bersih tion System ENEV 6 0 0017 Pencegahan Pencemaran Pollution Prevention 2     Sub Total 17 101 . Audit Lingkungan dan ISO Environment Impact Analysis and ISO 2 ENEV 6 0 0012 Mikrobiologi Lingkungan (1+1) Environmental Microbiology (1+1) 2     Sub Total 19   Semester 6 6th Semester   ENCV 6 0 0016 Kapita Selekta Capita Selecta 2 ENEV 6 0 0013 Manajemen Proyek dan Ekonomi Teknik Project management and Engineering Economics 3 Structural Design of Environmental Engineering ENEV 6 0 0014 Peranc.

or 2. Biological and Chemical Treatment in ENCV 8 0 0801 3 Teknik Lingkungan Enviromental Engineering Climate Changed and Environmental Engineer- ENCV 8 0 0802 Perubahan Iklim dan Rekayasa Lingkungan 3 ing ENCV 8 0 0803 Audit Lingkungan Environmental Audit 3 102 . For students pursue to Master Degree Program through fast track mechanism. Offered by undergraduate program in Semester 7 and 8. at semester 7th and 8th. choose maximum of 18 credits from compulsary or elective courses at master degree program. KODE MATA AJARAN SUBJECT SKS   Semester 7 7th Semester   ENEV 6 0 0018 Kerja Praktek Internship 3 ENEV 6 0 0019 Seminar Seminar 1   Pilihan (*) Electives (*) 12 PROGRAM     Sub Total 16 UNDERGRADUATE   Semester 8 8th Semester   ENEV 6 0 0020 Skripsi Final Project 4   Pilihan (*) Electives (*) 12     Sub Total 16     Total 144 (*) Elective Courses : Students may choose elective courses : 1. Biologis dan Kimiawi Dalam Physical. MATA AJAR PILIHAN (*) Mk Pilihan pada Jenjang S1 (*) Electives Courses of Undergradute Program KODE MATA AJARAN SUBJECT SKS Semester Gasal   ENEV 6 0 0101 Epidemiologi Epidemiology 2 ENEV 6 0 0102 Pencemaran Udara Air Pollution 3 Semester Genap     ENEV 6 0 0103 Dinamika sistem Lingkungan Environmental System Dynamics 3 ENEV 6 0 0104 Toksikologi Lingkungan Environmental Toxicology 3 ENCV 6 0 0501 PTM dan Alat Berat Mechanical Earthworks and Heavy Equipments 3 Hukum Lingkungan Environmental Law 3 (*) Electives Courses of Master Degree Pro- (*) Mk Pilihan pada Jenjang S2 gram Following are Compulsory / Electives Courses at Master Berikut adalah Mata kuliah wajib/pilihan Program S2 yang dapat Degree Program offered to Bachelor students as elec- diikuti oleh mahasiswa S1 sebagai mata kuliah pilihan tive courses KODE MATA AJARAN SUBJECT SKS Semester Gasal Pengolahan Fisik. Offered by other Department with maximum of 3 courses or 9 credits 4. Offered by Master Degree program with maximum credits of 18 or] 3.

3 nal dan Desain tion and Design ENCV 8 0 0806 Pengelolaan Limbah Industri dan B3 (**) Hazardous and Industrial Waste Management 3 ENCV 8 0 0406 Pengelolaan Sumber Daya Air Tanah Ground Water Resources Management 3 (**) Bukan mata Kuliah Wajib kekhususan Ling. . Environmental Global issues or Health. Theory of Material CES210804 3 4   3 2 Credit Changed rial (3+1) Properties Deleted in Curricula 2012. 3 3 Civil Eng. Safety and Environmen- tal Protection Introduction to Introduction to CES210801 3 3   Environmental Eng.Life Cycle 3 Daur Hidup (LCA) dan Pengelolaan Limbah Padat Analysis (LCA) and Integrated Solid Waste Terpadu (**) Management (**) UNDERGRADUATE ENCV 8 0 0808 Praktek Rekayasa dan Teknologi Limbah Padat Engineering Practice and Solid Waste Technol. Environmental Global issues or Health. Students are sug- gested to take new compulsory subjects ENG100807 Basic Computing 2 3   . . . . . Deleted in Curricula 2012. such as Thermodynam- ences ics. Opera. Students are sug- gested to take new compulsory subjects Environmental Sci- ENG200803 4 3   . such as Thermodynam- ics. Students who have not ENG100803 1 3   passed either Engineer- ing ing Drawing or Building Building Construction 3 4 Construction in Curricu- Building Construc. . lum 2008 should enroll CES120802 2 3 tion in Building Construction of Curriculum 2012. System System Statistic & Proba.   2 6 sory for batch 2012 Building Course B onward Engineering Draw. compul- Integrated Character . Statistic & Proba- ENG200801 3 3   3 2 Credit Changed bilistic bilistic CES210802 Static 3 3   Static 3 4 Credit Changed Property of Mate. . Safety and Environmen- tal Protection Environmental Environmental Chem- ENV220801 4 2   3 3 Credit Changed Chemistry istry ENV220802 Soil Mechanics 4 4   Basic Soil Mechanics 5 3 Credit Changed 103 . KODE MATA AJARAN SUBJECT SKS ENCV 8 0 0001 Matematika Teknik Engineering Mathematics 3 ENCV 8 0 0807 Efisiensi Sumberdaya dengan Teknologi – Analisis Technology of Resources Efficiency . Technology of Solid Waste Treatment . (**) Not a compulsory course of Environmental kungan pada Jenjnag S2 Concentration at Master Program Transition Policy from the 2008 to the 2012 Curriculum Curriculum 2008 Curriculum 2012 Remarks Code Subjects Sem SKS Code Subjects Sem SKS New Subject. 3 PROGRAM (**) ogy (**) ENCV 8 0 0809 Kontaminasi dan Remediasi Tanah (**) Contamination and Soil Remediation (**) 3 Semester Genap     ENCV 8 0 0804 Kontrol Emisi Pada Instalasi Pengolahan Limbah Emision Control on Solid Waste Treatment Unit 3 Padat ENCV 8 0 0805 Teknologi Pengolahan Limbah Padat: Operasio.

Students are sug- gested to take new Urban Planning compulsory subjects ENV320801 and Environmental 6 3   . It can be . - Modeling Undergraduate students may choose as elective courses. . . Safety and considered as elective .   Environmental Pro. . . . Curriculum 2008 Curriculum 2012 Remarks Code Subjects Sem SKS Code Subjects Sem SKS New Subject. such as Thermodynam- Sanitary ics. ing 1 should enroll in   5 2 these two courses. compul- sory for batch 2012 PROGRAM onward. . .   Thermodynamic 4 2 considered as elective UNDERGRADUATE courses for Batch 2011 backward Changed from compul- ENV310803 Epidemiology 5 2   Epidemiology 7 2 sory to elective courses Unit Operation and Unit Operation and ENV310804 Environmental En. Safety and Environmen- tal Protection Deleted in Undergradu- ate Program but offered Ground Water in Master Program. Students who have not   4 2 neering Hydraulics passed Water Engineer- CES310801 Water Engineering 5 5 Hydrology & Drain. It can be Health. . CEF420802C 8 3   . .   5 2 sory for batch 2011 Global issues onward. age Environmental New Subject. 5 2 courses for Batch 2010 tection backward EIA & Environmen- ENV310802 6 2   EIA & ISO 5 2 tal Audit Deleted in Curricula 2012. . 5 4   4 3 Credit Changed process gineering Process Environmental Lab. Pollution Preven- ENV420801 8 3   Pollution Prevention 6 2 Credit Changed tion 104 . . . compul- . Environmental Global issues or Health. Environmental Labo- ENV310805 5 2   4 3 Credit Changed oratory ratory Environmental Engi.

the following policy applies: a. credit load applied during the time the 4. the number of credit neering Universitas Indonesia. During the transition period (academic not change. 6. For students who have not yet passed Engineering Universitas Indonesia. 5th. Basically. name and same credit load. curriculum. They stil have the same year 2012/2013). which will be calculated for completion of 3. while a. is 144 credits. If a compulsory course from the 2008 Term II of Academic Year 2016/2017. means: students must pass both Curricullum Bachelor Program of Faculty of courses from the 2008 curriculum. will be calculated in accordance to their lance table to look for equal courses. the Bachelor Program is the number of riod. and credits requirement for completion of 7th semesters will be implemented in full the Bachelor Program. New compulsory courses from the 2012 compulsory courses. will be listed with their new names and Students can refer to the below equiva. PROGRAM 2012/2013 (August 2012) and will end at 7. the courses do 9. they are no longer required to take the course from the 2012 curriculum. only courses contained within the following applies: 2012 curriculum will be available. The 2012 curriculum will be applied substitute course from the 2012 UNDERGRADUATE starting from Term I of Academic Year curriculum. They may take electiv course to cover the shortage of credits. There will be a one year transition pe. For courses integration. students must take an equal or 1. for all Bachelor Programs in Faculty of b. OR. For students who have not yet passed sition: 120 credits of compulsory courses the compulsory courses. to complete the 144 credits 11. AND. 6th. The required minimum number of credits requirement for completion of the for completion of the bachelor program Bachelor Program. they can include will no longer be available. 3rd. equal courses from the 2012 curriculum. they may and a minimum of 24 credits for take elective courses or new com elective courses. it load for a course. with different credit load. the plied. If new credit load (see below equivalence courses from the 2008 curriculum are tables of courses). course in the 2012 curriculum. Shortage of credits due pulsory courses from the 2012 to the change of curriculum can be curriculum to complete the 144 compensated by taking elective courses credits requirement for completion of or new compulsory courses from the 2012 the Bachelor Program.Transition Policy from the 2008 to the 2012 b. they can curriculum can be considered as elective include the credits as calculated courses for students of class 2010 and compulsory courses’ credits in order above. with the following compo b. an equal or substitute course or a demic year 2012/2013. once the 2012 curriculum is ap. they may take same will be applied for Term II of aca. if taken as a ulum are required to take the same or repeat course or newly taken course. If a course from the 2008 curriculum is no from Term I to Term II (and vice versa) longer available and there is no equal or in the 2012 curriculum will be available substitute course listed within the 2012 for both semesters or several parallel curriculum. The the compulsory course. a. the compulsory course within the 144 2012 curriculum for the 1st. academic year 2012/2013. For students who have passed the 10. Starting in the cradit of the courses as calculated Term I of academic year 2012/2013. the following policy applies: classes of these courses will be opened. For students who have passed the the courses within the 2008 curriculum compulsory course. courses which availability are modified 5. On a special ocassion. If Engineering Universitas Indonesia students fail in either one of these courses. Students who have not yet passed the course was taken. curriculum is modified into an elective 2. Same or equal courses compulsory courses in the 2008 curric. and 8th curriculum. semesters will be implemented in full for 8. not listed in the table. 105 . where the 2012 new compulsory course from the 2012 curriculum for the 2nd. If there is a change in the number of cred all Bachelor Programs in Faculty of Engi. means: if students have passed one of the courses from the 2008 curriculum. 4th.

(3) man made resources UIGE610005-9 and land. S. (2) natural UIGE600005-9 resources and diversity.. (8)air polution. ENGE610003 Concrete Fibers BASIC PHYSICS 1 Prerequisites : 4 SKS Text Books : Refer to Page 79. ecosystem. grassland. Prentice-Hall ENGE600004 International Inc. Aggregates. Mc Graw-Hill ENGE600002 ENEV 6 0 0002 ENGE610002 INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEER- LINEAR ALGEBRA ING SYSTEM 4 SKS 2 SKS Refer to Page 79 Learning Objectives : The Student has ability to describe (1) concept of environment. Refer to Page 79 Portland Cement and Portland Concrete Ce- ment. Asphalt Cement and ENGE600003 concrete asphalt. (5) water. ENGE610005 tropical forest. Civil Engineering BASIC PHYSICS 2 Materials. (1971) Refer to Page 81 Highway Materials. (4) material balance and environmental RELIGIOUS STUDIES carrying capacity. (6) waste water. Young. (9) urban planning in Refer to Page 80-81 environmental engineering. 106 . plastic and polymer. Structural Steel. Richad D Walker. 4 SKS 3. The Science and Technology of Civil Engineering Materials. 2001. wood. Robert D Kerbs. 1. (10) relation between sanitation and public health. marine ecosystem. Sidney. Prentice Hall. (11)regulation ENGE600005 Syllabus : ecology. land resources. Description of Subjects STATISTICS AND PROBABILITY 2 SKS UIGE600001 Refer to Page 82 UIGE610001 MPKT A / INTEGRATED CHARACTER BUILDING A ENCV 6 0 0001 PROGRAM 6 SKS ADVANCED CALCULUS UNDERGRADUATE Refer to Page 78 3 SKS Refer to Page 82 UIGE600004 UIGE610004 ENCV 6 0 0003 MPKT B / INTEGRATED CHARACTER BUILDING B STATICS 6 SKS 4 SKS Refer to Page 78 Refer to Page 83 UIGE600002 ENCV 6 0 0004 ENGLISH FLUIDS MECHANICS UIGE610002 3 SKS ACADEMIC WRITING Refer to Page 83 3 SKS ENCV 6 0 0006 Refer to Page 78 BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 4 SKS ENGE600001 Refer to Page 84 ENGE610001 CALCULUS ENEV 6 0 0001 4 SKS THEORY of MATERIAL PROPERTIES Refer to Page 78 3 SKS Learning Objectives : ENGE600010 Provide understandings concerning important ENGE610010 elementary and practical aspects of materials in the civil engineering field BASIC CHEMISTRY Syllabus : Particulate Materials. Shan Somayaji. (7) 2 SKS solid waste. 1998 2.

water demand. Environmental Engineer. Students able to use basic technical principles for cal Oxygen Demand (COD). Applications: Learning Objectives : chemical and phase equilibria. thermal and soil Text Books : disposal methods 1. Temperature dependence. chemical/ Ea. water & pollution. Basic Principles of Environmental Physical Chemistry. first law. SOLID MECHANICS age. 2. life. New York. Chemical equilibrium. domestic solid waste and hazardous waste 4 SKS & air emission. of state. Internal energy. Kevin. natural water and contaminated oscillators water quality Prerequisites : Syllabus : Basic Principles of Environmental Chem. Students able to analyze physical. GHK International Ltd.J. ENCV 6 0 0007 material cycle.. Gleynn Henry. Natural 3 SKS water physical parameters. Work. Soemirat. Chain reactions. major source of energy. kinetics and their application in the environment. soil.E. State of a system. Second law.dam. S. Sedimentation. 107 . third law. Autocatalysis and biochemical. Criteria for spontaneous change. En- ing & Sanitation. biological. soil and air) tions. 3 SKS Partition function. i. Turbidity color. Chemi. John Wiley & Son Inc. Thermochemistry. expansion work. understanding to handle basic problems involv- vironmental Science & Engineering. Fundamental equation. energy. climate change. Joseph A. nitrite. McCarty. P. agricultural resources. T. elemen. stabilization. water importance. Students able to explain the chemical reaction kinetics. Gibbs free energy. (2005). Model systems. ate. Flotation and Aerosol Separation. Washington: CRC. renewable & non-renewable resources. pH. Environmental Syllabus : Fluid transport through closed conduit. 2003. Basic Physics. water Refer to Page 84 UNDERGRADUATE supply treatment plant and water distribution. 5. Biochemical parameters of natural water. wa. The material that will be covered in this subject ning. McGraww Hill. Vacuum Filtra- and Science. Biochemical Oxygen calculations of toxic and hazardous substances Demand (BOD) treatment processes. contaminated water. ENCV 6 0 0008 domestic waste water treatment plant and sewer. Chemical parameters of natural/ fluid transportation analysis through channel. national and international THERMODINAMICS regulation 2 SKS Prerequisites : Learning Objectives : This subject deals with Text Books : both chemical thermodynamics and chemical 1. PROGRAM waste water characteristics & its identifications. Manahan. acidity. Heinke 2007. Adiabatic changes. is intended to provide you with the tools and 2. Salvato. En. dissolved oxygen. Prentice ing chemical systems at equilibrium and rates of Hall. Gas Transfer and Aeration. ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY Temperature. 2. Mc Ghee. 3 SKS ter resources management. energy efficiency ENEV 6 0 0004 & green energy. Mixing. filtration. Urban Sanitation: A Guide to Strategic Plan. Water Supply and Sewer. floatation. pressure and Kp. catalysis. London. Calorimetry. Enzyme catalysis. Complex reactions and mecha- processes occurring in the physical nisms. 1994. and Parkin. Kesehatan Lingkungan. chloride. Text Books : istry. Jonathan. Inc. heat transfer.T. Syllabus : Element and energy cycle in the en- Gajahmada University Press. Phase equilibria. Singapore: McGrawHill tion. Interaction between Chemi. land use manage- ment.e. availability & SURVEYING renewal hydrological cycle.Yogyakarta. solid Learning Objectives: Students able to conduct substances. tropy and irreversibility. Enthalpy. J & Gary W. Jeremy C. sulfate.. chemical potential. Chemistry for Environmental Engineering Flow through Particle Media. physical-chemical pro- Prerequisites : cesses. analysis of sedimentation process. Multicomponent sys- ENEV 6 0 0003 tems. Introduction to 1. New Jersey 1996 simple chemical reactions in the environment 3. absolute S. J. 1991. 0th law. (2003). Heat/Thermal Transfer Prerequisites : Basic Chemistry. Fluid transport through open channel. . UNIT OPERATIONS & PROCESSES cal Parameters & Physical Environment. equation 4. vironment. water & air contamination Refer to Page 85 by waste. Sawyer. Canada. Basic Principles of Environmental ENEV 6 0 0005 Balance Chemistry. heat. age. aeration gas transfer. Chemistry. permangan. Steady-state and equilibrium approxima- environment (water.

McCarty. And Environmental Microbiology Text Books: ENCV 6 0 0009 1. NJ: PTR Prentice-Hall. Wayne C. ISBN: 978-3-4398-1035-4. flow. AND ENVIROMENT Management (ISWM) as a tool to effectively pro- 108 2 SKS tect human health and the environment Refer to Page 82 . Wiggert drainage. 1. ture. intensity and rainfall return period. McGraw DESIGN OF INTEGRATED SOLID WASTE Hill MANAGEMENT 3 SKS ENGE600008 Learning Objectives: students are able to fully ENGE610008 understand and plan for an Integrated Solid Waste HEALTH. Knowing the utilization method a drainage system design for various interest and of the concept in various main water structure implementing construction as well as monitoring. Rich. type and material that critical energy) significant in steady uniform rap. Tom D. Ben Urbanos. ISBN 0-13-847492-3. 1993. M. New in Environmental Engineering (Pws Series York. Flow Syllabus : Purposes and definition of drain- in pipes system.. Standard Methods. and Perkin. in Engineering. Unit Operations and Process Wesley Publishing Company. storage efficiency. Calculus. 2nd ed. Hydrology 2. and CSO Management. etc. Peter Stahre. Huber. Understand the basic concept of drainage Line) for pipe system solution: series. operation and process in water and wastewater Englewood Cliffs. can be used. Linvil G : “Unit Operation for Sanitary and Floodplain Analysis. design of channel dimension also hydraulics Prerequisites : Basic Physics. 2003. Addison- Engineering”. Drainage. Fluids characteristic using various wide used method. as well as method for calculat- idly varied flow. Drainase Engineering. Tom D. Urban Storm Water Man- Text Books : agement. runoff channel flow. Linvil G : “ Unit Operation for Sanitary Engineering”Management. Concept of energy (specific energy and Rainfall network system. required equipment and drainage ENEV 6 0 0007 management institution ENVIRONMENTAL LABORATORY Prerequisites : fluids mechanics 3 SKS Text Books : Learning Objectives : Students are able to ap. Publisher. Theory of energy losses in developed with the usage flow. Rainfall Analysis covers distribution.C. operation and maintenance. Reynolds and Paul Richards ENEV 6 0 0009 3. Wil- ply the unit operation and process principals in ley Eastern Private Ltd. Sawyer. Losses in open duration. equation of minor and major losses. time concentration. Open channel knowledge. Luthin. pipes network analysis. CRC Press. also 2 SKS understand the basic concept simplification for Learning Objectives : Understand how to develop application use. ISBN 0-201-51711-6. Refer to Page 85 PROGRAM 2. 1992. Syllabus : Inflow (entrance) and generated flow Able to design a drainage system that appropriate (developed). coefficient. Stormwater: Best treatment plant in laboratory scale Management Practices and Detention for Wa- Syllabus : Application of the principles of unit ter Quality. Unit BASIC SOIL MECHANICS (2+1) Operations and Process in Environmental 3 SKS Engineering Pws Series in Engineering. Chemistry ENEV 6 1 0009 Environmental Engineering Science. Relation between micro drainage and macro and D. designing and operating water and waste water 2. 20th Edition 4. Technical Specification. WORK SAFETY. Reynolds and Paul Richards. treatment plant in laboratory scale. Potter. channel. Wastewater. Calculation and intake. Taylor & Francis Group. Utilization of EGL (Energy Grade age. Equation for open channel. Hormoz Pazwash. Phillip B. Examination of Water & 2011. 1. Various main water structure. Concept of momentum in open ing rainfall design. conveyor channel. Inc. Rich. Bedient. Prerequisites : 3. James N. weir. Mechanics Drainage channel structures and recharge struc- Text Books : Mechanics of Fluids. 1970.C. McGraw Hill ENCV 6 0 0015 UNDERGRADUATE STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS ENEV 6 0 0006 3 SKS ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING HYDRAULICS Refer to Page 87 2 SKS Learning Objectives: Having basic capability ENEV 6 0 0008 to understand fundamental concept of water HYDROLOGY AND DRAINAGE flow behavior in closed and open channel. parallel and technology based on hydrology and hydraulics bifurcation.

ment method Prerequisites : ENEV 6 0 0011 Text Books: ENEV 6 1 0011 1. Standard Handbook of Hazardous Waste to apply the methods of EIA and environmental Treatment and Disposal. intensive 4. climate change: carbon footprint and ecological 3.Syllabus : Students are expected to explain the 1. Gajah depletion of ozone layer. McGraw-Hill UNDERGRADUATE or reduction of waste through recycling. Methods and techniques of identification. “ISO 14000 Sistem Manajemen Lingkungan” nanotechnology.W. Kuhre W.0: Rescuing a Planet Under Stress and a management of SW. McGraw-Hill. and Environmental Learning Objectives: Students can fully Audit and Environmental Management System understand and explain systematically some (ISO 14. LaGrega. system. (2011). 1988: of human and natural resources 3. 1996. Otto. Hazardous Waste Management. evaluation and inter- ENEV 6 0 0010 pretation of the EIA.ISWM management systems. audit of the business plan as an input protection McGraw-Hill. prediction. 1. Yogyakarta. Generation of solid waste materials. Dampak Lingkungan. condition and setting. ENVIRONMENTAL GLOBAL ISSUES Environmental Permit (Government Regulation 3 SKS 27/2012) and its principles. Hall PTR (1996). ENEP Year Book 2011: type and composition of solid waste material. Rules and regulations as well 4. Gadjah addressing global warming and adaptation to Mada University Press.Firdaus Ali. Harry M. food. 109 . between challenges and opportunities. reservoir and its environmental problems. Firdaus Ali. Prentice materials as well as the development and selec. Dampak Lingkungan. Lewis Publisher. Source.Essence of ISWM (prevention Cunningham &Saigo. and energy. Lester R. John Wiley & Sons. 2004 cultural. Environmental Impact Syllabus : The explosion in population and Assesment. Learning Objectives: Students are expected 2. as the procedure of EIA. et al. Lee. by Brian Rotherry (1996) pandemic and emerging diseases. (2006). disposal practice). hazardous ENEV 6 0 0012 waste management and cross-country mobility ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY issues. SWMsuch as the organization. Analisis Mengenai scarcity and water security. Cities-People-Planet: Urban Development processing of SW. nuclear energy and its challenges. biological.initial environmental Buckingham-Evans. and destruction of waste as well as safe final 3. 5.000). Soemarwoto. UNEP (2011).. Regulations Environmentalist and Earth Policy Institute in the management of SWM. Environmental Monitoring Plan (RPL). the challenge of civilization: the problem of 2. with local conditions. 1991. the EIA process C. Freeman. Final disposal and 4.Concept of designing ISWM Civilization in Trouble. L. 2001: and the benefits. Global Enviro (2007). financing. policies and strategies for water savings 2 SKS and energy. social and Dekker. EIA methods.. Environmental Science: A Global Concern. urban sprawl. PROGRAM ing.Some crucial aspects in the and Climate Change. 1994. Publishing Co. J. Yogyakarta.Appraisal of environmental Handbook of Industrial and Hazardous Wastes impact. Major Environmental Issues Facing the 21st properties and problems arising from solid waste Century. Learning Objectives: Prerequisites : Student able to explain microbiology system and Text Books: its relation to the transformation and mineral. Basic Hazardous Wastes Management. Mary & Louis Theodore. gan. 1996. compost. Brown.Environmental Management ENEV 6 1 0010 Plan (RKL).. genetic engineering Mada University Press. water balance. and aspects of public participation in the 2. Multi-Purpose Deep Tunnel. Collection. Analisis Mengenai footprint. William Syllabus : Understanding the EIA. Global Enviro. Ltd. (2008).. Prenhallindo. tion of management alternatives in accordance 2. Herbert Girardet. Plan B tory. Jakarta. economic. environmental biotechnology. Marcel chemical. New York. Sistem Manajemen Lingkun- farming and their impacts. Canter.Environmental impact of physical and Treatment. environmental issues of global concern that Prerequisites : requires international cooperation in handling Text Books: and management. 2007. Suratmo F. loss of biodiversity and soil fertility. removal and transport of SW. 2 SKS 2011. Gunarwan. Lawrence K Wang.Components of ISWM. Introduction to the Principles of Hazardous ENVIRONMENT IMPACT ANALYSIS & ISO Waste Management. social. regula. McGraw-Hill. and ISWM manage. Emerging Issues in Our Global Environment.

square and circular reinforced ance. Johnson. _____________. to proportionally design the steel. material properties and PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND ENGINEERING reinforced concete cross sectional properties. Depok. ENCV610016 mechanical properties. Tata Cara Perhitungan Prerequisites : Struktur Beton untuk Bangunan Gedung. 1. A Guide to 2. Mc John Wiley & Sons Inc. SNI- Management. design of simple joints using ENEV 6 0 0013 bolts (HTB) and welds. Cummings.F and Trigunarsyah. K. project plan. reinforced 2009. Laboratory Syllabus : The aims. 2010.. Text Books: SNI-03-2847-2002. Melbourne. 1998 . W and Woodhead. LaGrega. 4th ed.R. 3. London. 7th.A. square reinforced concrete beam with students are expected to be able to identify and single reinforcement and double reinforcement evaluate the project management plan based on and T-beam. Novita. ization of organic waste. strength designs. Halpin. Costruction Struktur Baja untuk bangunan Gedung. operating conditions of sanitary building Syllabus : Project: environmental infrastructure. Wastewater Engineer. S.. 2008. Edition. Hazardous Waste Management. Learning Objectives: Students should be able to 5. G. Structure Analy- cost. Tata Cara Perencanaan 2.D. procurement process. C. distributions.L. STRUCTURAL DESIGN OF ENVIRONMENTAL EN- McGraw Hill. benthos) and Enviornment. and Evans. deflection beam.H. 2002.K. time. HSE management. Construction Project Management.. 2000.. the Project Management Body of Knowledge ology. joint details and placement. J.. Pearson. Thoman Telford..W. steps and processes of struc- Experiments in Microbiology.. Health UNDERGRADUATE nektons. Slough.L. Metcalf & Eddy. Sherwood. PMI.. 2. 1994. ENEV 6 0 0014 J.M. Laboratorium Teknik Lingkungan. and Sears. Woolverton. M. project selection. Handayani. 7. forces application. D. Case. and quality control. Badan Standardisasi 1.. Project Management Institute. T. 2nd ed. I. USA 2000 Publisher. growth. P. applied Water and Wastewater. along with pertaining Reference Book : issues in controlling the microbiology processes 1. Examination of know the concepts of structural designs.J. New York. shrinkage reinforcement. Total Project quality analysis of water microbiology (planktons.. P. Boston. Principles and Applications. concrete tanks structures. Blank. R. Buckingham. S. factors and combination of forces. 2002. ning: main activities and supporting facilities. concrete of structural members for environemtal kungan. water-resistance project initiation. Environmental Microbi. 03-1729-2002. requirements. Duffield. Modul Praktikum Mikrobiologi Ling. Benjamin tural designs and various design methods. 4. growth and kinetic Engineering Education Australia. 1999 PROGRAM ability. analysis of microbe activities. Standard Method. project control: project performance reporting. Ohio. Manajemen in waste treatment Proyek – dari Konsepsi sampai Penyelesaian. tensile stress. Prerequisites : Soil Mechanics. inhibitor and toxicity.d esign parameters and project execution: execution plan. Gusniani. 2000 Graw Hill.. Badan Standardisasi Nasional. Refer to Page 91 compressive stress. Economy. L. 110 New York. 1. Prerequisites : 1995 Text Books : 3. shapes. _____________. 20th Edition. New York. L and Tarquin. Text Books : ment.. 2006.D. Management of Construction Safety. A. axial and bending force applied on economical feasibility from project initiation to short columns and slender columns. John Wiley & Sons Inc. McGraw Hill. Microbiology. dations. GINEERING FACILITIES 4. Syllabus : Types of microbes. AWWA. Jemba. engineering in loading designs. engineering factors. McGrawHill. C.. New York..C. Science (PMBOK®Guide). sim- 3 SKS plification of Whitney stress block and balanced Learning Objectives: At the end of the course. E. project closure: sis introduction to asset/infrastructure manage.. San Fransisco types. quality assur. ECONOMICS elastic concepts and ultimate strengths. factors influencing the CAPITA SELECTA (2 SKS) qualities of steel.M. failure. Boston. Engineering Nasional. Sears. Europen Construction Institute. biodegrad. shallow foun- implementation and project hand over. combination of axial and bending. Willey. forces and structural systems and should be able 6. B. structural steel. C. various structural ENCV600016 systems of steel. R. engineering facilities in accordance with the ap- Departemen Teknik Sipil FT-UI. reinforced concrete dan wood. 3 SKS ing. 2002 2. plied strandards.

Handbook pour. 1991 ment and effluent standard and stream standard. JF. ACI. ACI 344-88 Water Engineering. 1995 Publishing Co. Mc. profile. 1994 3. Qasim.. J. 11. Filtration. 4.3. 3rd . 1985 ENEV 6 0 0015 3. design and chemical treatment unit cradle-to-cradle approach. Planning. ACI Committee 344. 6. Reinforced Concrete: 1. biological treatment unit calcula.G. Syeed. in ACI Manual of Concrete Practice 1993. Layout and ined utilizing concrete Indonesian case histories. 3 SKS Hammer. Water Supply and Sewerage. Information 3 SKS Sheet IS003 D. Reuse. Singa- Structures-Tanks and Reservoirs. Syllabus : Purpose of domestic wastewater treat. New York New York. SNI. Learning Objectives: Students are expected to Skokie. 1971 PLANT & COLLECTION SYSTEM 4. Pipe Distribution of Circular Prestressed Concrete Structures. Water and Wastewater Technology. 1993 BUTION SYSTEM 9. Water and Wastewater Technology. Domestic wastewater treat. Planning.. Badan Water Engineering. Portland Cement Assn. Pump and its accessories. _____________. 2004. 5. Tata Cara Perencanaan Prerequisites : Unit Operations & Processes. Design Prestressed Concrete Structures. reservoir. ACI Committee 344. Handbook of Water and PROGRAM 5. Operation ACI 344R-70 and maintenance 13. membrane technology. Seidensticker and ES Hoffman. 1997. Montgomery. 2002 Text Books : 4.. Clean industrial production is exam- calculation of sludge treatment unit. chemical treatment method. of Circular Prestressed Concrete Structures with Circumferential Tendons. The waste hierarchy calculation. Learning Objectives : The undergraduate en- ment flow diagram. Sanitary ing Treatment and Disposal. pipe network Skokie. Hydraulic profile. 1993 mentation. Tools are presented for understanding.Ghee. 1981 be able to plan building system and dimensions 10. Cheremisinof. Design and Construction Text Books : of Circular Wire and Strand Wrapped 1. J. 1996 UNDERGRADUATE Hall. Attached Growth. Syed R. 2. Tanks without Prestressing . Biofilter and packaging are examined. AW. Circular Concrete Quantity and Continuity. Fluids Mechanics Standardisasi Indonesia. Waste Water Engineer- 7. ITPPWS Waste Water Technology. Mark Mechanics and Design. of Concrete Engineering. Element of Water Supply and Wastewater DESIGN OF DOMESTIC WASTEWATER TREATMENT Disposal. & Operation . R. Domel. design/plan Sheet IS071. network. 12. Wahyudi & Syahril A. 2000 88 2. Qasim. Skokie.R. Design and Construction Oxidation and Disinfection’s. ACI 350R. Prentice. ACI 344. A C I C o m m i t t e e 3 5 0 . Suspended Growth. Coagulation. ACI Committee 344. Design and processes. Underground Concrete Tanks. William T. is presented in terms of the basics of production tion). Metcalf and Eddy. Segui. Water intake building. and managing 111 . composition.Ghee.2000 8. E n v i r o n m e n t a l Engineering Concrete Structures. Water Supply and Sewerage. Portland Cement Assn.03 D. 1985. ENEV 6 1 0017 water treatment method (physical treatment POLLUTION PREVENTION method. Quality. CBS Collin Publishing. DESIGN OF WATER TREATMENT PLANT & DISTRI- Part 4. Second Edition. Fair and Geyer. Water Works Enginering.. 1995 domestic wastewater treatment plant. Struktur Beton Mc. Cheremisinof. J. Fluids Mechanics 14. Water Treatment Principles and design. M.edition. Terence J. Rectangular Concrete Tanks. Sludge treatment method. domestic waste. calculation of domestic wastewater projection ENEV 6 0 0017 production and design capacity. LRFD Steel Design. 1997. McGraw-Hill Inc. ENEV 6 0 0016 89. Wastewater Treatment Edited by Mark Fintel. Portland Cement Assn. Boston.. Konstruksi Kayu Indonesia. Terence J. Design and Construction Prerequisites : Unit Operations & Processes. Design and Operations. 1996 Learning Objectives: Students are expected to 5. Van Nostrand Reinhold Plants. Information in water treatment plant of a city. Mac Gregor. Mark J. 1991 Bertulang. Hammer. Flocculation. Treatment unit calculation gineer is introduced to the need for reliable and design (design and physical treatment unit waste tracking and accountability utilizing the calculation. Mixing. Gramedia. communicating. Basic principles of product design.. AB Gogate. Company. Handbook of Water and Waste able to plan building system and dimensions of Water Technology. ISBN 0-89312- Aeration. biological 3 SKS treatment method). Sedi- 125-8. 6. 1981 Syllabus : Water sources and demand.

Harry M. existing the environment and its impact on human and problems and problem solving environment health. project management. well-written final report Washington DC. conducting literature 2. project management. Already got at least 75 credits (SKS) and the technical efforts of prevention and control. based on the application of Prerequisites : environment-based disease surveillance affected The student is able to start to do an internship by physical. and Engineering Department the global environmental management hierarchy. methodology. Prepare a explain the interaction of human activities and final report includes project description. nicate in verbal and writing a research proposal. synthesis. 1995. Conduct problems EPIDEMIOLOGY that occur at each stage of the project. to develop a research to assist selected industries in applying of P2 hypothesis. including relevant as- York. Implement an internship at a site that has Syllabus : Synthesizing various lectures taken been approved and in accordance with its speci. 1 SKS sessmentsand mass-balance analyses of waste Learning Objectives: Students are able to commu- streams . May 1992. Deter. multimedia pollution prevention ENEV 6 0 0019 program in selected industries. full life-cycle analysis the Internship Coordinator in the Department Syllabus : Course objective: To e q u i p e a c h of Civil Engineering student with a fundamental understanding of 3. industrial manufacturing process using a complete Special Course. engineering ENEV 6 0 0101 drawings and other aspects. project specifications. students are able to apply 1. by students to design or to solve engineering ficity. and expresses him/herself to materials balance. quality control. INDUSTRIAL POLLUTION Syllabus : Developing problem description. the engineering method to conduct literature study. epa/600/r-92/088. New oping basic research design. Facility Pollution Protection preparing and presenting a well-structured and Prevention Guide (FP2G). 2. engineering drawings Prerequisites : Passing 128 credits with GPA >= and other aspects. sustainable registration form at the Secretariat of Civil development. Paul Bishop. Registered and fill out IRS for Internship of the human activities with environment and its 112 . to construct research methodology. Freeman. pollution prevention. industrial production. and (3) present and Syllabus : Specify the job objectives in the pro. Students must complete and submit the UNDERGRADUATE minimization. waste 4. Study and describe the process of techni. technologies and to present preliminary research results in a Prerequisites : form of scientific report to be presented in front Text Books : of the board of examiners 1. cleaner industrial production. (2) prepare a well-written research gineering report (in Bahasa Indonesia). composition and packaging in terms of clean to formulate a research problem and objectives. 935 pages sumptions and constraints. includ. 143 Pages Prerequisites : Passing 110 credits with GPA >= 3. Mc Graw-Hill.00 and without grade of E to the technical work. posal. quality control.00 and without grade of E lution Prevention ENEV 6 0 0020 ENEV 6 0 0018 FINAL PROJECT INTERNSHIP 4 SKS 3 SKS Learning Objectives: Learning Objectives: Internship is intended to Students are able to (1) prepare a research pro- students learn in the real world of works based posal based on good understanding of research on interest field in civil and environmental en. Fundamental and Practice. chemical and biological environment if: factors in the media. Text Books : the engineering process and method of developing a full-facility. United States Environmental Protection study and constructing research methodology. Agency (EPA). already pass 6th semesters Syllabus : Epidemiology study and the interaction 2. Students choose a project and / or object of industrial pollution prevention and cleaner selected activities at internships site and lo- PROGRAM production as it applies within Indonesia. Pol. project specifications. specific pollution SEMINAR prevention practices. as determined through as. devel- PREVENTION HANDBOOK. 2 SKS mine ways or solutions to overcome the problems Learning Objectives : Students are able to associated with the project learned. basic principles of product design. Identify the problem related 2. Preparing a written report of the cal work. cation that has been contacted previously ing: the principles of toxic use reduction. problems. defend research results.

Jakarta. ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY vironmental Health. to sustainability). Social systems management mechanism of human exposure to various agents model (management of environmental conflicts through the media. of Toxicants. Occupational toxicant. environmental impact and air pol. surveillance. 3 SKS Learning Objectives : Students are expected to ENEV 6 0 0102 explains the principles of toxicology AIR POLLUTION Syllabus: Preliminary : Definition. Last taught a Text Books: Tyller Miller. History :Types of Air pollutants. Williams and Burson. Absorption and Distribution 1. Chemistry Therapeutic drugs. diversity. How to sample and exposure level. Epidemiology 2. Transport and fate of toxicant in the Hill Environment. Water and soil pollutants. McGraw-Hill. Mukono (2002). food chain. Fisher dkk. source vironmental effects. 1994 pollution impacts associated with relevant legal Reference Book : and regulatory. En- Syllabus : The principles of air pollution. harmony and 113 . Solvents. A Textbook of Modern Learning Objectives: Students are expected to Toxicology 3rd edition. natural and artificial) that supports USA and decisive indecision making and the selection of the best technology to be used. System dynamics of the physical know the various agents in the environment that environment (recycling of matter and energy. Dasar Environmental 2. Pencemaran Udara. Scope. Industrial environmental dynamic system and the interac. Drugs of abuse. Gordis (2006). Agricultural chemi- Prerequisites : Chemistry and Environmental cals. physical components of the environment in the vironment. and characteristics of air pollutant. Soedomo Mustika Hadi. artificial and social). 1985. Then to discuss the principles and mediation). various environmental media and the environmentsystem). Food additives and contaminants. Toxicology Historical. Toxicology: Safety and Health Applications tions that occur in each component of the environ. toxic source com- explain the principles of air pollution and tech. ronmental pollution). in the Workplace. Examples of air pollutants. Air Polluiton Engineering. followed by the tor. Examples of of dispersion. The Polities of Environmental Mediation. Examples of analyze several type of air pollutant. De Nevers. and biological Prerequisites : environment factors in the media. Hodgson. Management models of Beginning with a description of the definitions physical environment systems (determining fac- and concepts of epidemiology. risk and envi- as the technical efforts of prevention and control. Cosmetics. Routes of Exposure. Human penerbit ITB Bandung (1999) Health Risk assessment. 2000 1. chemical. Mengelola Konflik Ketrampilan Environmental Chemistry course dan Strategi Untuk Bertindak. mechanism Sources of water and soil pollutants. explain the basic principle of understanding the 2. Dynamics of 3 SKS environmental systems (integration of the basic Refer to Page 91 principles of environmental science: interac- tion. pollutants. Learning Objectives : Students are able to dose-response relationship. Amy. ENEV 6 0 0103 Prerequisites : ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEM DYNAMICS Text Books : 3 SKS 1. Combustion Text Books : Products. the media and the interaction between the principles-based health disturbance control en. Handbook of En. Volume 1 dan 2. The British Text Books : Council. Sources of happen in indoor but also outdoor environment. and Social and application of environment-based disease case study. Metals. physical. Regulation of lution control technologies. pound. interdependency. Singapore. ENCV 6 0 0501 Syllabus : Introduction (understanding the basic MECHANICAL EARTHWORKS AND HEAVY EQUIP- system environment with the natural environment MENTS subsystems. toxicants movement in the environment nologies needed to control air pollution not only . could potentially cause health problems as well hydrological cycle. Prerequisites : preferably students have been Columbia University Press. Wiley Interscience. Metabolism of Toxicants. relation- 3 SKS sship with other science . industrial toxicants. Koren H & Bisesi M (2002).impact on human and environmental health. 1.2004. McGraw Toxicology. 1987 passed of Environmental Science course and 2. Air pollutants. Environmental Risk Assessment Prevention of Toxicity. Living in The Environ- variety of technical efforts to prevent and control ment. Van Nostrand Reinhold: ment (social. Epidemiologi Lingkungan ENEV 6 0 0104 3. Physical case studies. E.

BIOLOGICAL AND CHEMICAL TREAT. ENCV 8 0 0406 ENCV 8 0 0806 GROUND WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT HAZARDOUS AND INDUSTRIAL WASTE MANAGE- 3 SKS MENT Refer to Page 392 3SKS Refer to Page 392 ELECTIVE COURSE FROM MASTER PROGRAM ENCV 8 0 0406 ENCV 8 0 0801 GROUND WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT PHYSICAL. 3 SKS MENT IN ENVIROMENTAL ENGINEERING Refer to Page 392 3 SKS Refer to Page 382 ENCV 8 0 0802 CLIMATE CHANGED AND ENVIRONMENTAL EN- GINEERING 3 SKS Refer to Page 383 ENCV 8 0 0803 ENVIRONMENTAL AUDIT 3 SKS Refer to Page 383 ENCV 8 0 0001 ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS 3 SKS Refer to Page 382 ENCV 8 0 0807 TECHNOLOGY OF RESOURCES EFFICIENCY - LIFE CYCLE ANALYSIS (LCA) AND INTEGRATED SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT 3 SKS Refer to Page ENCV 8 0 0808 ENGINEERING PRACTICE AND SOLID WASTE TECHNOLOGY 3 SKS Refer to Page ENCV 8 0 0809 CONTAMINATION AND SOIL REMEDIATION 3 SKS Refer to Page 399 ENCV 8 0 0804 EMISION CONTROL ON SOLID WASTE TREAT- MENT UNIT 3 SKS Refer to Page 392 ENCV 8 0 0805 TECHNOLOGY OF SOLID WASTE TREATMENT: OPERATION AND DESIGN 3 SKS Refer to Page 114 .

cost. manufacturing. 8. Able to perform the selection of materials. selection of design. Programme Tittle Undergraduate Program in Mechanical Engineering 4. 15. including proficiency in a foreign language. Able to utilize and develop systems and computer-aided mechanical design.4. 115 . 7. and able to make decisions. Explain the social and contemporary issues. Study Scheme (Full Time / Part Full Time Time) 9. and sustainability. 4. Able to carry out the lifelong learning process. 5. skills. Teaching Institution Universitas Indonesia Double Degree: Universitas Indonesia and Partner University 3. Class Regular.T) Double Degree: Sarjana Teknik (S. Able to utilize the methods. Parallel and International 5. 3. Study Duration Designed for 4 years Type of Semester Number of Semester Number of weeks / semester Regular 8 17 Short (optional) 3 8 11. such as social diversity and culturalappreciation. including the identification of needs for prod- ucts. preparation of product specifications. 9. characterized by innovation. statis- tical analysis and the basic sciences (physics and chemistry) required to achieve competence in the discipline of Mechanical Engineering. numerical methods. 6. 13. the strategic benefits of lobbying. processes. developing design concepts. and modern engineering equipment that suit the needs of engineering work. Requirements AND pass the entrance exam. Graduate Profiles: Bachelor of Engineering who have leadership characters and excellence in scholarship and profes- sionalism in the field of Mechanical Engineering 12. 11. Capable to understand and apply basic knowledge of mathematics. Able to design components. Capable of describing the problems with carrying out scientific research and report the results of experiments. 12. Capable to solve technical problems in the field of thermo-fluid systems and mechanical design. engineering calculations and economic analysis. UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Program Specification UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM 1. and automation systems that suit the needs of engineering work. detail designand design aggregate compo- nents. operate and manage the systems engineering-related aspects tak- ing into account energy conservation. Able to identify entrepreneurial efforts. safety. negotiation and mediation. Able to communicate effectively both in visual. 10. Final Award Sarjana Teknik (S.T) and Bachelor of Engineering (B. and design drawings.Eng) 6. Professional responsibility and commitment. or D3 / Polytechnique / equivalent. Capable of supervising. communicate with various segments of society. written or verbal. Awarding Institution Universitas Indonesia Double Degree: Universitas Indonesia and Partner University 2. 10. Able to carry out product design innovations.3. List of Graduates Competency: 1.AUN-QA 7. Able to work effectively both individually and in multi-disciplinary or multi-cultural teams. 2. Entry High school /equivalent. Accreditation / Recognition BAN-PT: A Accredited . including analysis of statistical data obtained. Language(s) of Instruction Bahasa Indonesia and English 8. 14.

31 % UNDERGRADUATE iv Elective Subjects 20 13.75 % PROGRAM iii Core Subjects 71 49. research institutions and other industries 116 . Seminar. Classification Credit Hours (SKS) Percentage i University General Subjects 18 12. 13 Classification of Subjects No. including automotive industry.33 % Thesis.89 % v Internship. educational institutions. Total Credit Hours to Graduate 144 SKS Career Prospects Graduates of Mechanical Engineering has devoted itself in various fields. oil and gas. Undergraduate 12 8. heavy machinery. Project Total 144 100 % 14.5 % ii Basic Engineering Subjects 27 18.

the strategic benefits in a foreign language . and engineering utilize and develop systems a e field of thermo - automation systems that suit nd computer - tools necessary for fluid systems and aided mechanical design . negotiation and mediation . numerical methods . Able to design products with innovations . Learning Outcomes Flow Diagram Graduates Profile UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM Capable Able to carry Have the commitment in ethic & of supervising . in visual. communicate with various s characterized by innovation . and modern solve technical problems in th materials . including the Able to Capable of describing the identification of needs for design components . or verbal . detail design sustainability . of lobbying . of components and design of the aggregates . statistical analysis and the basic sciences (physics and chemistry ) required to achieve competence in the discipline of Mechanical Engineering . as well as design drawings Able to perform the Able to utilize the Able to Able to selection of methods . the needs of engineering work engineering work mechanical design Capable to understand and apply basic knowledge of mathematics . safety. and analysis . of experiments . manufacturing . operate a problems with carrying products . including proficiency teams egments of society . data obtained calculations and economic cost. Explain Able to communicate Able to work effectively both the social and contemporary issues. preparation nd manage out scientific research the systems engineering - of product specifications . engineering conservation . as social diversity and cultural identify entrepreneurial efforts. including anal account energy selection ysis of statistical of design . skills. written disciplinary or multi-cultural appreciation . and out the lifelong profession also responsibility and able to make learning process . and report the results related aspects taking into developing design concepts . processes . 117 . professional commitment decisions . such Able to effectively both individually and in multi.

Design Project . sis on the ability of designing and planning of directly. of energy conversion. then the student may be allowed cally and systematically by utilizing the basic to take subjects across departments / faculties principles of science (mathematics. tributed into the semester and each semester comprehension and basic competence in the subject to the intake of science and the founda. Engineering designed to provide the knowledge. knowledge and that provide the basic knowledge to think logi. as well as provide an understanding Courses (43 credit units) which consist of Manda. the Department of Mechanical 118 . art and history to students and gradu. cordance with the terms and conditions set out. manufacturing. Basic Engineering Courses (27 credit ity and competence in Mechanical Engineering units). Apart from that.Mechanical Engineering Core petencies. Core Course (20 credit units) and 12 credits units The Mechanical Engineering Elective Core consist of Design Project. groups of subjects dis. in the field of managerial and entrepreneurship tory Core Courses (23 credit units) and Elective development. social in innovation and implementation ofmechani- cultural. skills. and interact with aspects through Design Project. tunities to students who want to increase and Basic Engineering Courses are a group of courses broaden their horizons. subjects administered ates can understand. Flow Diagram of Subjects Basic Courses Mechanical Engineering Core Courses PROGRAM (43 Credit Units ) UNDERGRADUATE Basic Engineering Basic Mechanical Courses Engineering Courses Mandatory Core Elective Core (27 Credit Units) (48 Credit Units Courses Courses (23 Credit Units ) (20 Credit Units ) Internship On The Job Training . physics. Basic Mechanical Engineering Courses field and rules in the application of these com- (48 credit units). The Basic Mechanical es in outline. and are offered by departments / faculties in ac- chemistry) and aspects of health. so that a complete science of mechani. cal engineering sciences. safety and en. In practice. level of university /higher education with an Further development of skills and capabilities emphasis on knowledge. field of mechanical engineering with an empha- tion for the next semester. petence specifically in Mechanical Engineering University courses are a group of subjects who Field to build the more specific competence or provide the knowledge base and opening depth in the field with a wider mechanical engineering of knowledge and common knowledge at the knowledge. sic Engineering Courses. Internship and Under. mechanical systems with emphasis on the areas cal engineering at the end of the course. vironment to be able to solve problems and de. the students The Mechanical Engineering Mandatory Core of Mechanical Engineering Study Program have Courses is broadly follow The Basic Mechanical to accomplish: University Courses (18 credit Engineering Courses given to increase the abil- units). Internship and Under- of and non-technical areas to be the basis for graduate Thesis. Courses given to increase the ability and com- graduate Thesis. In an effort to give oppor- the development of engineering skills. either directly or in. among others. Undergraduate Program depicted in figure 1 at the same time and continuously with The Ba- shows the category and relation between cours. ing program with 144 credit units. design and production / Before completing the undergraduate engineer. University Courses Undergraduate Thesis (12 Credit Units ) (18 Credit Units) The basic structure of Mechanical Engineering velopment of mechanical engineering. capabilities.

teamwork. a good communica- tion skill. 4. The ability to identify. formulate and solve the problems in mechanical engineering field according to the study of new cases. 3. component or process of a mechanical system to fulfill the requirement with considering and ap- plying the economical aspect. 2. also offers some of the subjects as subjects of cross department / office that can be taken and open to students with different aca- demic disciplines to add insight and knowledge. Leadership knowledge.Engineering. The Curriculum was designed and developed so UNDERGRADUATE that the learning process can produce well com- PROGRAM petent graduates with the characteristic accord- ing to the education purpose. 5. The ability to design a system. The ability to design and conduct the re- search and also the ability to analyze the data. 119 . Have a strong engineering knowledge. knowledge and self improvement. which are: 1.

Engineering Calculus Linear Algebra HSE Mathematics Electrical Power Elective 1 Elective 3 Engineering Electrical. UNDERGRADUATE 120 PROGRAM The groups of the courses can be seen according to the characteristic and the education purposes that are expected as shown in figure below. Heat & Mechanic Statistics and Engineering Magnetic. Wave Physic Probability Ethics & Optical Physic Introduction to Metrology and Elective 2 Elective 4 Computer Measurement Basic Chemistry Engineering Drawing Material Selection and Heat and Mass On the Job Undergraduate Manufacturing Transfer Design Project Internship MPKT B Training Thesis Process Engineering Mechanical System Control Mechatronics English Religion Materials Design Industrial Seminar Maintenance Basic Kinematics and Mechanical and Condition Sports and Arts Thermodynamic Dynamics Vibration MPKT A Monitoring Technopreneurship Visualization Basic Energy and Mechanical Basic Fluid Fluid System Conversion & Mechanical Mechanics Conservasion Modelling Design 1st SEMESTER 2 nd SEMESTER 3 rd SEMESTER 4th SEMESTER 5th SEMESTER 6th SEMESTER 7th SEMESTER 8th SEMESTER .

Process 6 ENME 6 0 0008 Kinematika dan Dinamika Kinematics and Dynamics 4 ENME 6 0 0009 Mekanika Fluida Dasar Basic Fluid Mechanics 4 ENME 6 0 0010 Perancangan Mekanikal Mechanical Design 4 Subtotal 20   Semester 5 5 th Semester   ENME 6 0 0011 Getaran Mekanis Mechanical Vibration 2 ENME 6 0 0012 Pengukuran dan Metrologi Measurement and Metrology 3 ENME 6 0 0013 Perpindahan Kalor dan Massa Heat and Mass Transfer 4 ENEE 6 0 0017 Teknik Tenaga Listrik Electrical Power Engineering 2 ENME 6 0 0015 Pengendalian Sistem Control System 4 ENME 6 0 0016 Sistem Fluida Fluid System 3 Subtotal 18   Semester 6 6 th Semester   ENME 6 0 0024 Etika Enjieering Ethics Engineering 2 K3L (Kesehatan. Safety and Enviroment 2 Lingkungan) ENME 6 0 0017 Pemeliharaan dan Pemantauan Kondisi Mesin Maintenence and Condition Monitoring 3 ENME 6 0 0018 Konversi dan Konservasi Energi Energy Conversion and Conservation 4 ENME 6 0 0019 Mekatronika Mechatronics 4 ENME 6 0 0020 Tugas Merancang Design Assignment 4         121 Subtotal 19 . dan Lindung ENGE 6 0 0008 Healthy.Course Structire Undergraduate Program in Mechanical Engineering Regullar and Parallel MATA AJARAN SUBJECT KODE SKS Semester 1 1 st Semester UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM UIGE 6 0 0004 MPK Terintegrasi B Integrated Character Building Subject B 6 UIGE 6 0 0002 Bahasa Inggris English 3  ENGE 6 0 0001 Kalkulus Calculus 4  ENGE 6 0 0009 Menggambar Teknik Engineering Drawing 2  ENGE 6 0 0003 Fisika Dasar 1 (Mekanika dan Panas) Basic Physics 1 4 Subtotal 19   Semester 2 2 nd Semester    UIGE 6 0 0001 MPK Terintegrasi A Integrated Character Building Subject A 6 UIGE 6 0 0005-9 Agama Religious Studies 2  UIGE 6 0 0003 Olahraga/Seni Sports/Arts 1  ENGE 6 0 0002 Aljabar Liniear Liniear Algebra 4 ENGE 6 0 0004 Fisika Dasar 2 Basic Physics 2 4 ENME 6 0 0001 Visualisasi dan Permodelan Mesin Mechanical Visualization and Modelling 3 Subtotal 20   Semester 3 3 rd Semester   ENME 6 0 0002 Matematika teknik Engineering Matematics 4 ENGE 6 0 0005 Statistik dan Probalistik Statistic and Probability 2  ENGE 6 000010 Kimia Dasar Basic Chemistry 2 ENME 6 0 0003 Material Teknik Material Engineering 4 ENME 6 0 0004 Termodinamika Dasar Basic Thermodynamics 4 ENME 6 0 0005 Dasar Perancangan Mekanikal Fundamental of Mechanical Desidn 4 Subtotal 20   Semester 4 4 th Semester   ENEE 6 0 0031 Komputasi Numerik Numerical Computation 2 ENME 6 0 0007 Proses Manufaktur dan Pemilihan Material Material Selection and Manuf. Keselamatan.

  Semester 7 7 th Semester   ENME 6 0 0025 Kapita Selekta Industrial Industrial Seminar 2 ENME 6 0 0021 Teknoprneurship Technoprneurship 2 ENME 6 0 0022 Kerja Praktik Internship 2 PROGRAM   Pilihan 1 Elective 1 4 UNDERGRADUATE   Pilihan 2 Elective 2 4 Subtotal 14   Semester 8 8 th Semester  ENME 6 0 0023 Skripsi Final Project 6   Pilihan 3 Elective 3 4   Pilihan 4 Elective 4 4 Subtotal 14 Electives can be taken from other department or selected from the Master Program. Energy Conversion Stream Mata Kuliah Subject Code Credits Semester 7 7th Semester ENME 8 0 0114 Teknik Pembakaran Combustion Engineering 4 ENME 8 0 0115 Motor Pembakaran Dalam Internal Combustion Engineering 4 Applied Flow Measurement and Visualiza- ENME 8 0 0116 Pengukuran dan Visualisasi AliranTerapan 4 tion ENME 8 0 0117 Aplikasi CFD CFD Application   Semester 8 8 th Semester Credits ENME 8 0 0111 Rekayasa Penukar Kalor dan Massa Heat and Mass Transfer Engineering 4 ENME 8 0 0112 Teknik Aerodinamika Aerodynamics Engineering 4 ENME 8 0 0113 Pembangkitan Daya Power Generation 4 2. please see the following table. Building Utility System and Fire Safety Stream Mata Kuliah Subject Code Credits Semester 7 7 th Semester ENME 8 0 0202 Sistem Mekanikal dan Elektrikal Gedung Building Mechanical and Electrical System 4 ENME 8 0 0214 Teknik Refrijerasi Refrigeration Engineering 4 Teknik Keselamatan dan Proteksi Fire Safety and Protection ENME 8 0 0215 4 Kebakaran Engineering   Semester 8 8 th Semester Credits ENME 8 0 0211 Sistem Ventilasi dan Tata Udara Air Conditioning and Ventilation System 4 ENME 8 0 0212 Perancangan Sistem Utilitas Bangunan Building Utility System Design 4 ENME 8 0 0213 Audit Energi Energy Audit 4 122 . Fast Track students must take electives from a particular stream only 1.

Vehicle Engineering and Heavy Equipment Stream Mata Kuliah Subject Credits Code Semester 7 7 th Semester   ENME 8 0 0513  Teknologi Mutakhir Kendaraan  Modern Vehicle Technolgy 4 Peralatan Pengeboran Minyak dan ENME 8 0 0514 Oil and Gas Drilling Equipment 4 Gas   Semester 8 8 th Semester Credits ENME 8 0 0511  Teknik Kendaraan Rel  Railway Vehicle Engineering 4  Handling and Construction Equip- ENME 8 0 0512  Mesin dan Peralatan Pengangkat 4 ment 123 . Design and Product Manufacturing Stream Mata Kuliah Subject Code Credits Semester 7 7 th Semester UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM Microfabrication and precision manufac- ENME 8 0 0314 Fabrikasi Mikro dan Manufaktur Presisi 4 turing ENME 8 0 0315 Dinamika Sistem Mekanikal Dynamics of Mechanical System 4 ENME 8 0 0316 Pengembangan Produk Komposit Composite Product Development 4 ENME 8 0 0317 Finite Element dan Multiphysics Finite Element and Multiphysics 4   Semester 8 8 th Semester Credits Perancangan untuk Manufaktur dan ENME 8 0 0311 Design For Manufacture and Assembly 4 Perakitan ENME 8 0 0312 Kegagalan Mekanikal Mechanical Failure 4 ENME 8 0 0313 Kebisingan dan Getaran Noise and Vibration 4 4.3. Automation and Manufacturing System Stream Mata Kuliah Subject Credits Code Semester 7 7 th Semester   ENME 8 0 0413 System Machine Vision  System Machine Vision 4 Quality and Production Management ENME 8 0 0414 Sistem Manajemen Produksi dan Mutu 4 System    Semester 8 8 th Semester Credits ENME 8 0 0411 CAD/CAM  CAD/CAM 4 ENME 8 0 0412 Penilaian Kinerja Manufaktur  Manufacturing Performance Assesment 4 ENME 8 0 0402 Otomasi dan Robotika Automation and Robotics 4 5.

Elective Undergraduate Thesis/Final Project University Courses (7 Credits) 124 . Basic Courses To be completed at patner universities (72 credits) Basic Mechanical Basic Engineering Engineering Courses Mechanical Mechanical Courses (27 Credits) Engineering Engineering (48 Credits) Competence Course . Have an excellent academic record.Univesity of Indonesia must complete and pass 72 . If the application of the fast track program can be approved by the Head of Department / Study Program. For students who are willing and capable to continue the education program to pursue Masters in Engineering through the Fast track program.0 GPA until 5th semester and have passed all the basic courses. 2. credit transfer can be performed as many as 20 credits. 3. Basic courses (65 credits) that consist of Basic Engineering courses (28 credits) and Basic Mechanical Engineering courses (37credits). 8 credits from 2 Mandatory Core Courses and 8 credits from 2 Elective Core Courses.74credits over 4 semester before continuing to partner universities. the student will be discussed along with the Academic Advisor for the finalization of the study plan in undergraduate and graduate program. Competence Courses Compulsory . Expressed a desire to follow the Fast Track Program. by writing an application to the Head of the Department of Mechanical Engineering with Study Plan includes a plan-making subjects in Semester 6 to 8 (in the Bachelor of Engineering) and subject Semester 1 to 4 (the Master of Engineering Program) in accordance with the Master of Engineering Program Specialisation. The students from the undergraduate program that have the aggrement to join the fast track pro- gram have to reschedule their study in 7th and 8th semester to get along with their 1st and 2nd semester in graduate program. 4. The courses are classified into General courses (7 credits). with 3. The numbers of credits that can be transferred consist of: 4 credits from Engineering Mathematic course. A student at the Department of Mechanical Engineering . The students that follow the Fast Track program expressed their willingness to join this program on full time basis. PROGRAM Terms and conditions to become the participant of Fast Track program are: UNDERGRADUATE 1. There will be option to continue the second phase at UI. no later than the end of 5th Semester the undergraduate program. Mechanical Engineering Undergraduate International Program Curriculum The international program of mechanical engineering study is divided into two phase which are the first will be done at University of Indonesia and the other phase will be completed at partner universities in Australia.

Wave. SUBJECT CODE SKS 1 st Semester UIGE 6 1 0002 Academic Writing 3 UNDERGRADUATE ENGE 6 1 0001 Calculus 4 PROGRAM ENGE 6 1 0010 Basic Chemistry 2 ENGE 6 1 0009 Engineering Drawing 2 ENGE 6 1 0003 Basic Physics 1 (Mechanic & Heat) 4 ENGE 6 1 0005 Statistics and Probability 2 ENME 6 1 0024 Ethics Engineering 2 Subtotal 19 2 nd Semester ENGE 6 1 0002 Liniear Algebra 4 ENGE 6 1 0004 Basic Physics 1 (Elec. and Optic) 4 ENME 6 1 0001 Mechanical Visualization and Modelling 3 ENME 6 1 0003 Material Engineering 4 ENME 6 1 0026 Fundamental of Mechanical Engineering 2 Sports/Arts 1 Subtotal 18 3 rd Semester ENME 6 1 0002 Engineering Matematics 4 ENME 6 1 0004 Basic Thermodynamics 4 ENME 6 1 0010 Mechanical Design 4 ENME 6 1 0008 Kinematics and Dynamics 4 ENEE 61 0017 Electrical Power Engineering 2 Subtotal 18 4 th Semester UIGE 6 1 0005-9 Religious Studies 2 ENGE 6 1 0008 Healthy. Magnet. Safety and Enviroment 2 ENME 6 1 0006 Engineering Computation 2 ENME 6 1 0007 Material Selection and Manuf. Process 6 ENME 6 1 0009 Basic Fluid Mechanics 4 ENME 6 1 0011 Mechanical Vibration 2 Subtotal 18 5 th Semester UIGE 6 1 0001 Integrated Character Building Subject A 6 ENME 6 1 0012 Metrology and Measurement 3 ENME 6 1 0013 Heat and Mass Transfer 4 ENME 6 1 0015 System Control 4 ENME 6 1 0016 Fluid System 3 Subtotal 20 6 th Semester UIGE 6 1 0004 Integrated Character Building Subject B 6 ENME 6 1 0017 Maintenence and Condition Monitoring 3 125 .

SUBJECT CODE SKS 6th Semester ENME 6 1 0019 Mechatronics 4 ENME 6 1 0021 Teknoprneurship 2 PROGRAM ENME 6 1 0020 Design Assignment 4 UNDERGRADUATE Subtotal 19 7 th Semester ENME 6 1 0025 Capita Selecta 2 ENME 6 1 0018 Energy Conversion and Conservation 4 ENME 6 1 0022 Internship 2 Elective 1 4 Elective 2 4 Subtotal 16 8 th Semester ENME 6 1 0023 Final Project 6 Elective 3 4 Elective 4 4 Subtotal 14 ELECTIVES ENME 8 0 0411 CAD/CAM 4 ENME 8 0 0113 Power Generation 4 126 .

12 nance of Machinery 12 Electives / Minor subtotal 36 Subtotal 48 Table 7. Course Structure of Mechanical Engineering at University of Queensland For July Intake Year 3 Semester 5 (UQ) July Year 3 Semester 6 (UQ) March Credits Credits KODE Course Title KODE Course Title MECH2700 Engineering Analysis I 2 MATH2010 Analysis of Ordinary 1 MECH3100 Mechanical and Space 2 Differential Equation System Design STAT2201 Analysis of Engineering and 1 MECH3200 Advanced Dynamics and 2 Scientific Data Vibration MECH3300 Finite Element Method and 2 MECH3410 Fluid Mechanics 2 Fracture Mechanics MECH3400 Thermodynamics and Heat 2 Transfer MECH3600 Engineering Management 2 and Communication subtotal 8 subtotal 8 Year 4 Semester 7 (UQ) July Credits Year 4 Semester 8 (UQ) March Credits KODE Course Title KODE Course Title MECH4501 Engineering Thesis 4 MECH4501 Engineering Thesis 4 Elective 2 METR3200 Introduction to Control 2 Elective 2 System 2 Elective 2 Elective 2 Elective subtotal 10 subtotal 10 127 . Table 6. 12 ENB311 Stress Analysis 12 ids Dynamics MAB233 Engineering Mathematics 3. 12 or Electives turing 2 12 Elective / Minor subtotal 48 subtotal 48 Year 4 Semester 7 (UQ) July Year 4 Semester 8 (UQ) March Credits Credits KODE Course Title KODE Course Title ENB312 Dynamics of Machinery 12 BEB801 Project 1 12 ENB316 Design of Machine Elements 12 ENB313 Automatic Control 12 ENB421 Thermodynamics 2 12 ENB317 Design and Mainte. 12 ENB331 Materials and Manufac. Course Structure of Mechanical Engineering at QUT + Semester 5 s/d 8 Year 3 Semester 5 (UQ) July Year 3 Semester 6 (UQ) March Credits Credits KODE Course Title KODE Course Title UNDERGRADUATE ENB222 Thermodynamics 1 12 ENB215 Fundamentals of 12 PROGRAM ENB231 Materials and Manufacturing 1 12 ENB321 Mechanical Design Flu.

Other Electives Code Course Title Credits MATH1050 Mathematical Foundations [6] 2 SCIE1010 Introduction to Research Practices .5 308812 Industrial Technology 25 308803 Mechanical Design 25 308813 Materials 25 308810 Fluid Flow Modelling 25 308814 Dynamic Systems 25 308815 Automatic Control 12.5 subtotal 100 subtotal 100 128 .5 308801 Thermal Engineering 25 Development Processes 307664 Engineering Law 12. List of Electives at UQ (is called Part B Electives) B2 . Course Structure of Mechanical Engineering at Curtin University For July Intake Year 3 Semester 5 (Curtin) July Year 3 Semester 6 (Curtin) March Credits Credits KODE Course Title KODE Course Title 307660 Engineering Sustainable 12.Advanced Electives Code Course Title Credits PROGRAM AERO3100 Aerospace Materials 2 UNDERGRADUATE CHEE4302 Electrochemistry & Corrosion 2 ELEC2003 Electromechanics & Electronics 2 ENGG4101 Systems Engineering & Design Management 2 ENGG4102 Advanced Product Design Methods 2 ENGG4103 Engineering Asset Management 2 MECH3250 Engineering Acoustics 2 MECH3305 Science & Engineering of Metals 2 MECH3750 Engineering Analysis II 2 MECH4301 Materials Selection 2 MECH4304 Net Shape Manufacturing 2 MECH4450 Aerospace Propulsion 2 MECH4460 Energy & Environment 2 MECH4470 Hypersonics & Rarefied Gas Dynamics 2 MECH4480 Computational Fluid Dynamics 2 MECH4552 Major Design Project [5] MECH4800 Space Engineering 4 MECH4950 Special Topics C 2 MECH4951 Special Topics D 2 METR3100 Sensors & Actuators 1 METR4202 Advanced Control & Robotics 2 TIMS3309 Fundamentals of Technology and Innovation Management 2 2 List of Electives at UQ (is called Part B Electives) B3 .5 3864 Electrical Plant 12.The Big Issues 2 Table 8.

Year 4 Semester 7 (Curtin) July Year 4 Semester 8 (Curtin) March Credits Credits KODE Course Title KODE Course Title 5051 Mechanical Project 25 308821 Mechanical Project 37. 129 .5 UNDERGRADUATE Optional Unit 25 Optional Unit 25 PROGRAM Optional Unit 25 Optional Unit 25 subtotal 100 subtotal 100 List of Optional Units at Curtin Year 4 Semester 7 (Curtin) July Year 4 Semester 8 (Curtin) March Credits Credits KODE Course Title KODE Course Title 12907 Design For Manufacturing 25 12926 Materials 25 12911 Automatic Control 25 302863 Vibration 25 12925 Fluid Mechanics 25 302864 Heat Transfer 25 302862 Finite Element Analysis 25 310545 Design Methodology 25 302866 Noise 25 312200 Sustainable Energy Systems 25 and Technologies 4282 Mechanical Measurements 25 Transition Policy from the 2008 to the 2012 Curriculum For the Mechanical Engineering Undergraduate Program there are no specific transition rules to adjust the previous curriculum with the new curriculum. The change within the new curriculum is the addition of The Integrated Character Building B (MPKT B) course with 6 credits. In the new curriculum the students have to take 4 elective courses with 16 total credits.5 Optional Unit 25 310544 Professional Practice 12.

Students are able to draw the orthogo- ENGE610001 nal projection based on ISO standard. International Organization for Standardization. refrac- ENGE610003 tion. Boundy. Giesecke-Mitchell-Spencer-Hill-Dygdon-No- LINEAR ALGEBRA vak. Manual of Refer to Page 81 Engineering Drawing. Luzadder. Refer to Page 81 Students are able to read. Fundamentals of Engi- ENGE600002 neering Drawing. Advanced orthogonal ENGE600003 projection: Circle region concept. configuration geometric form. Introduction to drawing equipment. function and line BASIC CHEMISTRY types. Edward Arnold 4. Colin Simmons & Dennis Maguire. ISO 1101. display width. Warren J. A. SAP. Engineering Drawing . McGraw- BASIC PHYSICS 2 Hill Book Company 4 SKS 3. WORK SAFETY. BASIC PHYSICS 1 Pre-requisite(s): - 4 SKS Text Book(s): Refer to Page 79 1. Orthogonal Refer to Page 79 Projection: Projection standard.W. Prentice Hall Inc. special region concept. width display principle. trimming concept. SPORTS / ARTS Students understand the theory and procedure 1 SKS of engineering drawing based on ISO standard. line configuration. Technical Drawings. Prentice-Hall. 4 SKS Refer to Page 79 UIGE600005-9 UIGE610005-9 130 RELIGIOUS STUDIES . CALCULUS Syllabus: Illustration: Function and benefit of 4 SKS Engineering Drawing. Basic definition of geometric. and transfer 2D/3D geometric draw from component or con- ENGE600001 struction. Inc. Technical Drawing. line. ENGE600010 basic geometric form. Course Description 2 SKS UIGE600001 Refer to Page 80-81 UIGE610001 MPKT A / INTEGRATED CHARACTER BUILDING A ENGE600005 6 SKS ENGE610005 PROGRAM Refer to Page 78 STATISTICS AND PROBABILITY UNDERGRADUATE 2 SKS UIGE600004 Refer to Page 82 UIGE610004 MPKT B / INTEGRATED CHARACTER BUILDING B ENGE600008 6 SKS ENGE610008 Refer to Page 78 HEALTH. interpret. Measurement and Refer to Page 78 Evaluation. ENGE610002 5. paper format. AND ENVIROMENT 2 SKS UIGE600002 Refer to Page 82 ENGLISH UIGE610002 ENGE600009 ACADEMIC WRITING ENGE610009 3 SKS ENGINEERING DRAWING (2 SKS) Refer to Page 78 Learning Objective(s): Course participants are able to transfer geometric component by drawing UIGE600003 according to standard draw which is recognized UIGE610003 by International Standard Organization (ISO). ENGE600004 2. viewing concept. draw regulation. Visualization geometric: ENGE610010 Skew projection and isometric. field.

wear and erotion. mechanical behavior of crystalic material.2008 Syllabus: 2.2005 equation. crystalic material. cement and its structure Course Objective: behavior. several thing that has to be the concern related introduction to modeling software interface. testing. Standardization.W. . E. John Wiley & Sons.ENME600001 integral. laplace transform to solve Their Applications. Prentice- tion. A. Croft. higher order differential equation. ing material science in mechanical engineering. wood. especially in standard and marking classification of working mechanical engineering.al. Courtney. 2010. 1. knowledge in field of design. the differential equation. Edward Arnold . 2008. metal and 3. introduc- Engineering Drawing. dislocation. . Advanced Engineering and 3D visualization with utilize the software Mathematics 10th Edition.. Mathematics for Engineers. Complete student’s anylitical ability. material structure degrada- ENME600002 tion. Addison Wesley. 4.A. Linear Algebra MECHANICAL VISUALIZATION AND MODELLING References: (3 SKS) 1. atomic structure. manipulation and 2D & 3D visual. plastic deformation. to the working process or the specific need. process. Numerical Methods PROGRAM the information content of one component for Engineer. line dents are expected to have the overview about diagram. Thomas H. plasticity.. Property of Engineering vector analysis. Prentice-Hall. Inc. Japanese Industrial Standard. The students are expected to have the basic ization. et. Syllabus: McGraw-Hill Book Company 2. numerical method. 1st order of Materials. Colin Simmons & Dennis Maguire. 2nd order differential Co. Inc. standard Engineering materials are one of the basic and marking classification of working quality. numerical Hall. Materials. 4. fourrier transform. Inc. Manufacturing Engineering and engineering problems. A. ability to identify and explain the nature and Requirement: Engineering Drawing behavior of materials related to the treatment References: in working process and specific need.1994 tion. Jacobs & Thomas F. numerical differentiation. Welding construction. standard and of the behavior of several materials. Chapra S. Fundamentals of and remaining lifetime of material. R. International Organization for and solidificatiom. divergence and culr. 6th Edition. Kalpakjian. vector differential. Higgins. Students Requirement: - understand and able to use the advances References: mathematical concepts in order to solve the 1. Canale. Prentice Hall UNDERGRADUATE Students have the basic ability to visualize 2. root of equa- Engineering Material Technology. Course Objective: face working quality and tolerance. strengthening. ENME610002 Oxidation. 3. method of material mechanical Japanese Standards Association. Engineering Drawing. concrete mate- ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS (4 SKS) rial behavior.C.. Luzadder. Course Objective: 3rd Edition. Boundy. corrosion process. James A. Engineering Materials and laplace transform.1995 5. 2nd Edition McGraw-Hill Book differential equation. failure 5. tion to mechanical crack and steel mechanical structure behavior. ENME600003 Syllabus: ENME610003 The purpose and the advantage of the drawing ENGINEERING MATERIALS (4 SKS) in the design and manufacturing process. grad opera. Flinn & Trojan. 2D and 3D representation method. ENME610001 Requirement: Calculus. From the discussion tolerance. modeling. capable to create a model for 2D Hill 3. Manual Introduction to the importance of the engineer- of Engineering Drawing 4th edition 2012. vector integration. crystal Drawing for Mechanical Engineering.2001 131 . Mechanical Engineering non metal material. Technical elastic material. convulsion. Warren J. the stu- marking of kampuh (seam?) and welding. phase diagram Drawings. sur. John Wiley and interprete the subject into a drawing that and Sons can be used as working guidance and can be understand clearly by the user. Kreyszig. ISO 1101. Technology. Kilduff. Elsevier. heat treatment process. corrosion prevention. Mechanical Behavior Introduction to differential equation. Mc Graw effectively.

Basic process work. irreversible process. John Wiley To give the knowledge. P. FUNDAMENTAL OF MECHANICAL DESIGN (4 materials in manufactur. theory and method of machining/ that will be needed in engineering of machine metal cutting process. the effect of Hill the process parameter to the product quality 4. Mechanics of Materials. Termodynamik . FEM in design. 4. failure analysis Requirement: Engineering Material 132 for static load. Engineering mechanics: Scope and basic understanding of thermody.Graw Hill rial to the material characterisc that needed 5. combustion engine cycle. gas power Design Engineers. real gas. ed. McGrawHill. Baehr.. Shapiro. ENME610007 Referencess: MATERIAL SELECTION and MANUFACTURING 1. Beer. Finite Element Analysis for namics. ENEE 6 0 0031 steam power cycle. temperature concept. PROCESS (6 SKS) Fundamentals of Engineering Course Objective: Thermodynamics. product surface quality improvement. phsycometrich Refer to Page 179 chart. Shigley. simple rankine’s cycle. solid state materials. load and support reaction in of prototyping process. failure analysis for cyclic load and shock load. 5th Edition. real gas equa- tion.. gas compressor. Trusses. activity. force and Engineering Thermodynamics. understanding and com- & Sons. process constraint. first law neering Design. calculations in beam and process characteristic. Buckling. Desing of material selec- Area Moment and Intertia.2004 cycle. Zemansky . Engineering and product manufacturing process technology Thermodynamics. Hamrock. Aboot . Laboratory tion. Hibbeler RC. and gives the understanding about the design 2. ENME600007 Requirement: . stirling’s cycle. 5th of thermodynamics system. SAE International. Springer Verlag in every process. brayton’s cycle. theory and method of bulk Course Objective: formation. 2004. F William. stress and strength. Kenneth Wark Jr. normal force diagram. van Ness. tion and manufacturing process that related normal stress. of thermodynamics. refrigeration. application method 2. Hill .C. second law of thermody. Mc. Howard N. Fundamental of Machine Element. H. internal combustion engine . process parameter construction. shear gineering materials. pres. enthalpy and entrophy. and the relation between process and mate- Mc. biner cycle. theory and precess of elements. Thermodynamics . theory and method SKS) in metal casting. McGraw energy that needed in process. thermodynamics equilibrium. Reynolds W. Final Assignment : Application of ENME600004 calculation and FEM in simple axis design. John wiley & sons namics system. correlation of material and moment in beam.. characteristic of en- the construction. Mc GrawHill. theory and method of powder met- material strength and mechanics of system allurgy. Michael J.M. zero law of thermody. beam with indeterminate static load. to the market needs (assignment). theory Syllabus: and method of joining. petence about the theory. simple gas turbine cycle. 2003. 6. Mechanical Engi- namics and absolute temperature. thermodynamics equation. that consist of: characteristic and how the 3. theory and method of sheet metal This course gives the basic knowledge in forming. Syllabus: 3. sure. reversible/ Mc Graw-Hill. torsion and bending. Joseph Edward. Engineering Materials Course Objective: References: PROGRAM This course introduces the basic concept of 1. carnot’s ENEE 6 1 0031 cycle. Frame & Machine.C. cooling tower. Ferdinand P. 5. Perkins H. theory and method Design consept. G. 2nd control of material. Moran. rankine’s cycle NUMERICAL COMPUTATION (2 SKS) with modification.. STATICS. Kurowski. ENME610004 Requirements: Mechanical Visualization and BASIC THERMODYNAMICS (4 SKS) Modeling . Riley.D. Syllabus: ENME600005 Manufacturing process and production system. deforma. Mechanics for Engineers: UNDERGRADUATE thermodynamics and its application in real life STATICS. Prentice Hall. basic and simple application of .

Paul. 1995. investigate. Material selection in Mechanical and be able to analyze the behavior of the Engineering. Physical Introduction to kinematics. fixed and unfixed clutch. Mechanical Give the understanding about the application Design of engineering mechanic science and material References: strength in machine element. nut. thread. E.4th. 2000 point. free body diagram. tive motioan and velocity of 2 coincide/relate Inc. Materials and Processes in Manufacturing. Basic mechanical design review. 1999 Syllabus: 4. flow and capacity. A. ENME610009 spring. mea- The students have the ability to understand surement and visualization of flow. Holowenko. John Wiley & Sons. Wiley. and momentum). 2004 fluid and developing knowledge in the field of UNDERGRADUATE 3. cam dynamics and ENME600010 Giroscope. Manufacturing Engineering flow. Energy 6. particle Fluid Mechanics. Statics. dimentional analysist and Departemen Teknik Mesin FTUI. Fundamentals of Fluid rectangular coordinates. PROGRAM Processes. understanding of purpose. neering Materials. Inc. dynamic of flow. motion (Newton. adhesive bonding. Ashby. 2005 engineering calculations of fluid mechanics 2. concept and basic equations of fluid 5. viscous flow. chain. Mecha-nics 4th Ed. have the basic competence to design the ma- 2. Fun- Course Objectives: damental of Mechanical Design. ENME610010 Requirements: MECHANICAL DESIGN (4 SKS) Mechanical visalization and modeling. Engineering Mechanics. Dynamics of Machinery. the relative 8th edition. B. Fundamental of Mechanical Fluid Mechanics course intends to complement Design. Prentice Hall Int. Degarmo. Inertia Force. Kalpakjian. flow of mechanical system and capable to analyse measurement devices ( Pitot tube. Meriam & Kraige. BASIC FLUID MECHANICS (4 SKS) belt. general KINEMATICS and DYNAMICS (4 SKS) characteristic of outside flow. LDV). impuls. solder. John Wiley & Sons.. break.R. hub. pressure the key concept of kinematics and dynamics measurement concept. 2005 balance. linear-angular 2000 3. works and en- Eurasia Publishing House Ltd. shaft. Navierstokes). References: linier motion. Smits. The students 1. Pergamon Press. Venturi. John chine element. Inc.Referencess: the ability of a student to be able to apply 1. fluid statics. bolt. method. lubrication.L. Material selection in Mechanical the basic laws of fluid mechanics in practical Design.. and learn the nature Requirement: and the behavior of fluids. stiff body motion. pin. the equation of fluid and Technology. HWA. flow around submerged objects. A. the movement. wear and friction. Introduction to Manufacturing fluid mechanics. works. Vol-2. Mechanics for Engineer. velocity. Equation of Fluid Dynamics (Continiuty. viscous flow: transition from laminar ENME600008 into turbulent flow. load and calculation chanical science branch that will be used to of machine element. relative motion. concept and Course Objective: characteristic of layer in closed flow. rela. design of joint Dynamics. axel. straight & tilt bearing. ideal fluid flow. Nozzel. : welding. Ashby.. McGraw Hill. Basic 2001. basic of gear. 2D motion. analyse. Butterworrth Heinneman. N-T and pole. fully developed turbulent ENME610008 flow. Fluid that will be Mechanical Visualization and Modeling. McGraw Hill 4th edition.J. John A. Mc Graw-Hill. Fluid and its nature. Beer & Johnston. rivet.. Munson. 2000 ergy. Engi- explored could be a moving or stationary fluid. roller & ENME600009 lauch bearing. rotating mass balancing and back & forth motion. Flow visualization and equilibrium. 1. Syllabus: Requirement: - Vector velocity analysis. hydraulic similarity. 1976. K. Schey. Kumar. Fi- Course Objective: nal Assignment : Design process consist of the Fluid meachanic are one of the applied me. S. Engineering Fluid Mechanics. velocity polygon. Syllabus: 3. acceleration forca orifice. energy. 133 . Wiley New York. Buku Panduan Praktikum Proses Produksi. system. 1998. Euler. momentum. Coriolis acceleration and stiff body 2.

displacement. Raldi Artono Koestoer. FFT and filtering. oscillatory motion. Handbook of Syllabus: Dimensional Measurement. Fundamental of Machine including set-up. random and non-linier vibration. mass transfer digital data. Introduce students to modern experimental Syllabus: techniques for mechanical engineering.A. John wiley & sons tion. Lagrange equation. velocity. 1. 1992. 3. Pengukuran Teknik.. heat exchanger. exposure fundamental of mass transfer. Precision Machine Design. Elemen Mesin. 1994 UNDERGRADUATE industrial measurement and system terminol- 4. examine the role of error and uncer. measurement terminology and systems. free vibra. chanical system. Sularso. boiling and strain. Shigley.1976. transfer mechanism within a volume control 2. SME tion. steady state to and experience in using commercial soft. provide experience in working in a apparatus. stress..John system due to the temperature gradient. The purpose of this course is 4. conduction heat vide exposure to and experience with a variety transfer (1 dimentional and 2 dimentional). Dynamics of Machinery. Press. radiation. 134 .1998. Beer & Johnston. molecul diffusion. Ted. 2004 report writing 2. Mechanics of Materials. Fargo F.1995. angle points and concepts of the mechanical vibra. Meriam & Kraige.. Metrology. convec- the role and limitations of spectral analysis of tion mass transfer correlation. introduction to CMM tions of mechanical systems and have the basic Requirement: - competence to analyze the vibration behavior References: and what parameters can be controlled in order 1. tainty in measurements and analysis. system with 2 degree of freedom and system 4. William T.. 5th ed. data collection. geometric and dimension MECHANICAL VIBRATION (2 SKS) calibration. discuss diffusion. Slocum. free convection heat transfer. Pradnya Paramita.1972. eters system and continue system. Engineering Mechanics. Departemen Teknik Mesin FTUI. roughnes and The students have an understanding of the key roundness. Prentice Hall. Fundamentals of Dimensional to vibration damping. force. Holowenko. Hamrock. and condensation.. M. types of sensors/ ENME600011 transducer. forced convection heat pressure. ENME600013 Kinematics and Dynamics ENME610013 Referencess: HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER (4 SKS) 1. this Wiley. harmonic vibration.4th This course studies about the heat and mass eds. Hibbeler RC. pro. surface texture. to develop the understading from the students Dynamics. Course Objective: Vol. Engineering Mechanics: flow measurement. room dimention. pressure and 5.Thomson. motion measurement : position. Dynamics. vibration and acceleration. numerical analysis in conduction heat trans- including sensors to measure temperature. Fundamental of heat transfer. data acquisi- STATICS. 3rd Ed. analysis and Element. The students METROLOGY AND MEASUREMENT (3 SKS) capable to solve numbers of heat transfer Course Objective: probles using non-dimensional parameter. Mc Graw-Hill. transfer function. F William. Fundamental of mechanical vibration in me- Industrial Press. metrology (length Course Objective: measurement). temperature measurement. flatness and straightness. fer/unsteady state. 2003 the basic concept of measurement and metrol- PROGRAM 3. unsteady state molecul ware for data acquisition and analysis. course strictly related to the basic thermody- 3. A.Mechanics for Engineer. measurement. witih multi degree freedom.Mc-Graw-Hill. 2003. Joseph Edward.2. ogy. Mechanical Syllabus: Engineering Design. transient vibration. Requirements: Engineering Mathematics. Delmar Publishers 2. acceleration transver. References: team in all aspects of the laboratory exercises. velocity. 4th Ed. lumped param. namics course. Curtis.T. Riley. ENME610011 uncertainty analysis. Theory of Vibration with application. Dasar Perencanaan & Pemilihan ogy. of sensors used in thermo-mechanical systems. McGrawHill. convection mass transfer. about several heat and mass transfer mecha- nism between two systems if the temperature ENME600012 gradient ocure and the students able to cal- ENME610012 culate the heat transfer rate. Wiley New York. Prentice Hall India. Busch.

References: form.. Cengel. math. compensation techniques. design of system Newnes Butterworth-Heinemann. Hydraulic ture and other variables. acceleration flow rate. Power. Mc- MATLAB laboratory activity. space ENME610017 condition analysis I-II.. 8. 2003.. David P De Witt. RA. ENME610016 Heat. dis- crete time system and Z-Transform. Hydraulic Crane. F l u i d M e c h a n i c s a n d linier ordinary differential equation. 2003. hydrau- ELECTRICAL POWER ENGINEERING (2 SKS) lic and pneumatic system and to be able to Refer to Page 179 calculate and design a fluid system. Salemba Teknika. and Mass Transfer. Modern Control Ed. Mc Graw Hill. Ogata. Analysis of Linear System. and be able to Pressure Drop Losses. C. liapunove stability (3 SKS) analysis and omptimum square control. Referencess: engineering mathematic. analysis. pneumatic and 5th Edition. Wicks Charless. Basic Hydraulic Machines. 2005 6. transient response analysis 7. 2003. Syllabus: ENME600015 Basic Thermo fluid in a Fluid System. that could be position. Reciprocating Machinery: the system in this course are base on physic Classification. John FLUID SYSTEM (3 SKS) Wiley & Sons. Heat Transfer a Practical Approach. New York Engineering. reciprocating. Work and pressure. magnetic. 3rd Ed. Intensifier. Yunus. 2003 hydraulic control. solution for 5. 2nd Ed. R. Giles. Welty R James. 5th 1. This course gives the understanding and the 135 . Thermodynamics of Turbo machinery. 1997 UNDERGRADUATE 2..1987. of basic fluid science which studies the utiliza- Singapore. Mahasiswa Teknik. fre. 4. controller. Inc. Raven. Kreith Frank. reverse laplace transform. 2nd Edition Schaum’s Outline Series. Prerequisite: Basic Thermodynamics. Energy Transfer Compo- Course Objective: nents.. Mc Graw 2. S . Discharge and Coefficient Discharge. Heat Transfer. Main Component and Operating. design of control Graw-Hill. Principles of Heat of fluid and its flow behavior in various fluid Transfer. Francis H. David K. Esposito. Lagrangian and SYSTEM CONTROL (4 SKS) Eularian Approach. 1999 control with root place analysis method. Parameters within on Fluid Machinery. McGraw-Hill. 6th Ed. Prentice-Hall Int. Pergamon Press.. Prentice Hall. Addison–Wesley P.Requirement: Basic Thermodynamic Physic 2 (electric. Hydraulic Similarities rameters within a system. electronic controller. 1. control action. design of control system MAINTENANCE AND CONDITION MONITORING within space condition. Automatic Control PROGRAM Hill. tempera.. for a mechanical system. Katsuhiko. 1996. Impulse and Reaction. Hydraulic students to understand the basics. and engineering design and control system Hydraulic lift. Hydraulic Accumulator. Wilson ENME600016 Robert. Basic Control Valve of choose a control system (controller) is right Pneumatic Circuit.e. stability analysis.V. Hydraulic Press. Fundamentals of Momentum. quency response analysis. Course Objective: Requirements: Physic 1(mechanical and heat). Basic Syllabus: Fluid Mechanics Introduction to system control. L . velocity. Turbo machinery System control is one of the sciences discussed Analysis with Flow. 4th ematical modeling I-IV. 9th.K. R. 2001. Energy ENME610015 Transfer from Fluid to Rotor. Engineering. laplace trans. rotodynamics. PID con. Brooks/cole. Fluid Power with Application. Perpindahan Kalor untuk 3. 3. New York Fluid system is applied science and engineering 5. Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulics. 1996. root place analysis. A. I and II. John Wiley & Sons. Operational Aspects of about the method to control the value of pa. USA machines i. behavior and properties 6. ENME600017 trol and introduction to robust control. Holman JP. Koestoer. Cheng. Rotodynamic Machinery. D i x o n . References: Fundamental heat and mass transfer. wave and optic). Pneumatic System: Basic Laws. The course ENEE600017 is intended to equip student to understand ENEE610017 characteristic of turbo fluid machines. Fluid Power Dynamics. This course aims for Machines. PID Edition. tion of characteristic. Inc. rotation. Bohn Mark. 1994 system with response frequency method. Frank P Incropere. Mobley. hydraulic and pneumatic system.

Wiley. 2007 and standardization of maintenance work.. total 1.R. This course discusses about the energy resourc. basic concept of energy conversion for maintenance and its procedure to improve system. L. power resources and microprocessor and microcontroller. renewable energy. Marcel Dekker. analog and digital es. Panduan Praktikum Prestasi Mesin Konversi Requirements: . energy consumption. basic theory of Guidebook.W. Engineering Maintenance Management. law and equation in 2... Smaili A. and conservasion of energy system. Basic maintenance system organization. type and classification of energy. condition Fluid Mechanics. PROGRAM monitoring and engine condition so that the calculation for internal combustion engine per- UNDERGRADUATE mechanical system reach the optimum per. mentation. Handbook of Vibration & Condition Monitoring needs of a process specification and a design that given in a laboratory scale with the me- ENME600018 chanical. controller based control system theory.. B. Requirements: Basic Thermodynamics. energy conversion. Mishra. Kreith. laboratory activity. Energy Conservation quality of maintenance system. & Alciatore. and optic) Syllabus: References: 1. Rosen.. Thermal Energy Storage: condition monitoring. Goswami. Histand. Inc. energy interface. type Oxford University Press. thermodynamic Syllabus: cycle of cooling engine. of energy conversion engine. vibration monitoring de. I.G. Energy management maintenance system. basic of engine 4.C. MECHATRONICS (4 SKS) 1998 Course Objective: 3. planning.R. energy conversion Quality. pneumatic. M. ENERGY CONVERSION AND CONSERVASION Syllabus: (4 SKS) Mechatronics concept and theory. Energy Conversion productive maintenance (TPM) and its imple. basic concept motor. 1994 ENME600019 2. PHI. John Wiley. (Mechanical Engineering). Maintenance Planning and ENME610019 control. CNC Press. fluid machinery. cooling engine classification. CNC Press. and also ca. Niebel. 136 .. fuel in energy To give the understanding and competence conversion. sensors and actuators (electric conversion. principles of of energy conversion. tenance system strategy. 5. Mechatronics. non-renewable to develop and implementation of vibration energy. vice in several mechanical systems and engine 2002 condition analysis. et. conversion control. 2nd. energy profile (resources. Reliability and Maintainability. main. Bruel & Kjaer. Systems and Applications. power resources and classification the efficiency and reliability within a system. magneticm wave consideration of energy conversion. Higgin. electronics digital system. industry and building.measurement and Conservation Handbook. classification of combustion engine. Patrick. Physics (electrical. Goswami. F. Mc Graw Hill Book Company..al. DY. C/ The students understand the energy source. failure analysis. electrical theory and automation ENME610018 control. formance.B. electronics Course Objectives: analog system. dan Mrad F. C++ programming for electrical-mechanical for type of energy conversion engine. programmable logic controller (PLC). F. 1. formance. design of maintenance system and scheduling. Departemen Teknik Mesin versi References: 2003. Kreith. ability to analyze a system and design a system needs). Sabri Cetinkunt. method in vehicle. Depok 2003. micro- classification of energy conversion enginess. Definition of energy and energy resources. steam power plant. R. 3. D. Heat and Mass Transfer monitoring and condition based maintenance. the effectiveness measurement of 2007 total productive maintenance. energi. Applied Mechatronics. 2007 and energy classification. and K. reliability based 2.. pable to perform a basic calculation of energy Requirements: Physic 1(Mechanical and conversion engine performance and critical Heat). Laboratory activity. Referencess: computer based maintenance system. DY. 2006 reserves and the world’s and Indonesia’s energy 3. Dincer. 2007 vibration and engine condition. D. electronis analog components. 2002 electrical-mechanical that properly meet the 4. hydraulic). Pathak. Maintenance This course provides the ability to design Engineering and Management.

1999. 1994. The student is expected to be Fundamental of problems and mechanical able to develop commercial business for him- design process. Management and Engineering according to the PROGRAM 5. teamwork in design.00 ENME600020 ENME610020 ENME600021 DESIGN ASSIGNMENT (4 SKS) ENME610021 Course Objective: TECHNOPRENEURSHIP (2 SKS) The students have the ability to design a Course Objective: mechanical system or product by using the To give insight in increasing student’s ability knowledge and skills that previously obtained. Suef. Engineering Design: References: A Systematic Approach. C. Financing Man- facturing Process. Introduction on Pricing Technique. Yogyakarta. Indung S. product Business: Enterpreneurship. Basic Books-Perseus CAPITA SELECTA (2 SKS) Group. Innovative Product- assembling and others. Product-based Company. DTMUI. Design Material and Processing Approach. Manufac- 2. dan Milne. com- Engineering but also enterpreneurship spirit.Business Proposal Development. Hand-out Mekatronika. Syllabus: UNDERGRADUATE McGraw-Hill. 3. Byers. Fraser. New York. Syllabus: Basic Mechanical Design. McGraw-Hill. Andi. agement. Able to Singapore. field of interest.. J.Ullman. (2) prepare a well-written research 137 . based Business Administration. latest edition.1991. develop engineering specifications.1997.Graw Hill. Introduction on Business Fields. An Introduction. Arman H. Tech- Verlag. jemen Pemasaran untuk Engineering”. “Mem- Able to understand industrial development and bangun Spirit Teknopreneurship”. from idea to enterprise. ing mechanical engineering knowledge.N. 2008 ENME600025 2. Engineering Design: A ture and Material Selection Processes..2000. References: 1. Robert G. 2006 Requirement:- References: . Mc. The mechanical design Bankable. who has not only high comptency in Mechanical The students capable to work in a team. IEEE Press. petitors and also dare to initiate new ideas as Syllabus: enterpreneurs. “Mana- Special topics in industries which are not cov. Dorf. Bustanul A. Innovative mechanical system for cost. Thomas H. Requirement: Passed 95 SKS and GPA > 2. Gandjar K.N. Arman H.Pahl and W. Assignment. municate. David G.Beitz. Introduction to Mechatronics and for gaining experience in industries and apply- Measurement System. Yogyakarta. 2003 Course Objective: 3. penerbit Andi. manufacture. report and defend and presenting hence achieving excellence among their com- the final project. perform management tasks and engineering 4. Financing: Requirements: Engineering Materials. product generation.. design self and others in order to be excellent and has process planning. 2007 Syllabus: 4. Cooper. ENME 6 0 0023 ENME 6 1 0023 ENME600022 FINAL PROJECT ENME610022 4 SKS INTERNSHIP (2 SKS) Learning Objectives: Students are able to (1) prepare a research pro- Course Objective: posal based on good understanding of research The course is intended to provide opportunity methodology. Engineering. evalua- Ethics.. Winning at New Prod- ENME610025 ucts. Presentation of on the job 2007 training results and report. Electromechanical technique according to field of interest. Material Selection and Manu- Accounting for Non-Accountant. nology Ventures.. ered in other courses. process.N. McGraw Hill. penerbit its problems. Business and design phase. Practical chanical System. understand the problem and broader choices in teh real world. product evaluation or agement: Corporate Leadership. evaluation and selection. concept Syllabi: generation. Man- tion and performance. George Dieter. M. Me- Introduction on Capital and Financing. G. Lantip T. Richard C. Springer 1.

report (in Bahasa Indonesia). and (3) present and ENME800113 defend research results.00 and without grade of E ENME800202 BUILDING MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL ENME 6 0 0023 SYSTEM (4 SKS) ENME 6 1 0023 Refer to Page 417 ETHICS ENGINEERING 2 SKS ENME800214 Learning Objectives: REFRIGERATION ENGINEERING (4 SKS) Syllabus: Refer to Page 418 Pre-requisites: Textbooks: ENME800215 FIRE SAFETY AND PROTECTION ENGINEERING ENME 6 1 0026 (4 SKS) FUNDAMENTAL OF MECHANICAL ENGINEER. POWER GENERATION (4 SKS) Syllabus : Synthesizing various lectures taken Refer to Page 414 by students to design or to solve engineering problems. Preparing a written report of the BUILDING UTILITY SYSTEM AND FIRE SAFETY PROGRAM synthesis. Refer to Page 419 ING SKS ENME800211 Learning Objectives: VENTILATION AND AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM Syllabus: (4 SKS) Pre-requisites: Refer to Page 417 Textbooks : ENME800212 ELECTIVE COURSE FROM MASTER PROGRAM BUILDING UTILITY SYSTEM DESIGN (4 SKS) Refer to Page 418 ENERGY CONVERSION STREAM ENME800213 ENME800114 ENERGY AUDIT (4 SKS) COMBUSTION ENGINEERING (4 SKS) Refer to Page 418 Refer to Page 415 DESIGN AND PRODUCT MANUFACTURING ENME800115 STREAM INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINE (4 SKS) Refer to Page 415 ENME800314 MICROFABRICATION AND PRECISION MANU- ENME800116 FACTURING (4 SKS) APPLIED FLOW MEASUREMENT AND Refer to Page 421 VISUALIZATION (4 SKS) Refer to Page 415 ENME800315 DYNAMICS OF MECHANICAL SYSTEM (4 SKS) ENME80117 Refer to Page 422 CFD APPLICATIONS (4 SKS) Refer to Page ENME800316 COMPOSITE PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT ENME800111 (4 SKS) HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER ENGINEERING Refer to Page 422 (4 SKS) Refer to Page 413 ENME800317 FINITE ELEMENT AND MULTIPHYSICS (4 SKS) ENME800112 Refer to Page 422 AERODYNAMIC ENGINEERING (4 SKS) Refer to Page 414 138 . STREAM Prerequisites : Passing 128 credits with GPA >= UNDERGRADUATE 2.

ENME800311 DESIGN FOR MANUFACTURE AND ASSEMBLY (4 SKS) Refer to Page 420 UNDERGRADUATE ENME800312 PROGRAM MECHANICAL FAILURE (4 SKS) Refer to Page 420 ENMEB00313 NOISE AND VIBRATION Refer to Page 421 AUTOMATION AND MANUFACTURING SYSTEM STREAM ENME800413 SYSTEM MACHINE VISION (4 SKS) Refer to Page 423 ENME800414 QUALITY AND PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (4 SKS) Refer to Page 421 ENME800411 CAD/CAM (4 SKS) Refer to Page 423 ENME800412 MANUFACTURING PERFORMANCE ASSESMENT (4 SKS) Refer to Page 423 ENME800402 AUTOMATION AND ROBOTICS (4 SKS) Refer to Page 428 VEHICLE ENGINEERING AND HEAVY EQUIPMENT STREAM ENME800513 MODERN VEHICLE TECHNOLOGY (4 SKS) Refer to Page 425 ENME800514 OIL AND GAS DRILLING EQUIPMENT (4 SKS) Refer to Page 426 ENME800511 RAILWAY VEHICLE ENGINEERING (4 SKS) Refer to Page 424 ENME800512 HANDLING AND CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT (4 SKS) Refer to Page 424 139 .

negotiation and mediation 14. Graduate Profiles: Bachelor of Engineering who have leadership characters and excellence in sholarship and profes- sionalism in the field of Maritime Engineering. and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering work 7. Ability to communicate effectively both invisual. Able to utilize and develop computer-aided design(CAD) system in maritime engineering 10. preparation of product specifications. Capable of describing the problems with carrying out scientific research and report the results of experiments. Accreditation / Recognition BAN-PT: B . Class Regular 5. Able to perform the selection of materials. cost. 9. Capable to understand and apply basic knowledge of mathematics. and solve engineering problems in the field of systems and design of maritime engineering 4. Teaching Institution Universitas Indonesia 3. 8. 2. Understanding of processes to generate innovation and entrepreneurship 12. the strategic benefits of lobbying. processes. professional responsibility and commitment. and design drawings 5. and decision making.4.Accredited AUN-QA 7. manage. 4. manufacturing. List of Graduates Competency: 1. developing design concepts. Programme Tittle Undergraduate Program in Marine Engineering 4. 12. Understanding the social and contemporary issues. Capable to identify. including proficiency in a foreign language(preferably English) 15. Ability to work effectively both individually and in multi-disciplinary teams or multi-cultural 13. Understand and committe to professional ethics. and maintain machinery and related systems maritime engineering aspects of energy conservation. statis- tical analysis and the basic sciences(physics and chemistry) required to achieve competencein the disciplineof Maritime Engineering. Study Scheme (Full Time / Part Full Time Time) 9. detail design and design aggregate components. including identification of needs for products. Able to carry out product design innovation maritime activities. monitoring. skills. and sus- tainability. communicating with different walks of life. safety. evaluation. selection of design. Able to design components. including analysis of statistical data obtained. Final Award Sarjana Teknik (S.T) 6. written orverbal. 6. Language(s) of Instruction Bahasa Indonesia and English 8. formulate. UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM IN MARINE ENGINEERING Program Specification PROGRAM UNDERGRADUATE 1. Capable of supervising. engineering calculations and economic analysis. numerical methods. Study Duration Designed for 4 years Type of Semester Number of Semester Number of weeks / semester Regular 8 17 Short (optional) 3 8 11. Able to utilize the methods. operate. 3. 140 . Able to carry out the process of lifelong learning. Awarding Institution Universitas Indonesia 2. Entry High school /equivalent AND pass the entrance exam. such as social diversity and cultural ap- preciation. 11. Requirements 10. and automation systems that suit your needs engineering work.

edge The basic curriculum 2012 in Bachelor of Ma- rine Engineering which can be seen in the fig- ure shows the grouping and the relationship between subject groups. Before reaching a Bachelor’s degree from a total of 144 SKS. formulate and oped with a purpose. compo- characteristics of shipbuilding technology that nent or process to meet desired needs by includes design and planning process and ship considering and implementing aspects of machinery systems. physics. work together in teams. intership and final project. Total Credit Hours to Graduate 144 SKS Carrer Prospects The curriculum was designed and developed Marine engineering graduates have devoted to make the learning process is able to pro- them selves to various fields such as: maritime duce graduates who are competent in the industry. Marine Engineering study program was devel- 3. educational insti- 1. Having a strong base of engineering tutions and other industries both within and knowledge through the sciences of math- foreign ematics. as well as managing the the economy. basic courses (69 SKS) which consists of basic engineering (24 SKS) and basic of ma- rine engineering (46 SKS). shipbuilding industry and the gas oil. and the remaining 17 SKS in the form of assig- ment. The ability to identify. problem. industrial engineering. 13 Classification of Subjects No.5 % UNDERGRADUATE ii Basic Engineering Subjects 24 16. and marine techni- cal skills courses (38 SKS) consisting of core courses (26 SKS). automotive tics in accordance with the purpose of educa- industry. The ability to design a system. Seminar. 141 .11 % Thesis. a student in Marine Engi- neering must complete the university courses (18 SKS). and able to and develop themselves and their knowl- develop themselves and their knowledge. Classification Credit Hours (SKS) Percentage i University General Subjects 18 12.39 % iv Elective Subjects 12 8.33 % v Internship. namely: producing grad- solve problems in the field of shipbuild- uates who have the attitude of leadership and ing techniques based on a review of the excellence in scholarship and professionalism latest issue that used to be able to analyze and synthesize 4.67 % PROGRAM iii Core Subjects 74 51. elective courses (12 SKS). that is : heavy machinery industry. tion. ability to com- were able to analyze and solve any scientific municate well. Knowledge of leadership. Project Total 144 100 % 14. and 5. government classification. installation and production systems ship. work together in teams. research field of marine engineering with characteris- institutes. and chemistry 2. Undergraduate 16 11. The ability to design and conduct research DESCRIPTION to analyze and interpret the data.

4. work together in teams. and develop themselves and their knowledge Basic of Marine Engineering can be seen in Figure 1 Basic of Marine Engineering can be seen in Figure 1 Basic Courses Specialization of Marine Engineering PROGRAM Courses (38 credits) UNDERGRADUATE Basic Basic Marine Engineering Engineering (24 SKS) (46 SKS) Core courses elective (26 SKS) courses (12 SKS) Assignment. 5. Basic Curriculum of Marine Engineering 142 . Knowledge of leadership. The ability to design a system. component or process to meet desired needs by considering and implementing aspects of the economy. Internship. ability to communicate well. dan Final Project (16 SKS) university general courses (18 SKS) Figure 1.

Safety University of Engineering Basic Physics 1 (Elec. Magnet. Indonesia Drawing (Mechanic & Computation and Enviroment Wave. Learning Outcomes Flow Diagram MARINE ENGINEERING Engineering Statistic and Calculus (4) Liniear Algebra Probability MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DEPT Matematics (4) (2) FACULTY OF ENGINEERING (4) UNIVERSITY OF INDONESIA Basic Physics 2 Engineering Healthy. Process (2) (4) (4) Engineering (6) Electrical and Electrical and Ship Building Ship Electronic Electronic Industrial Theory (3) Construction (4) System of Ships System of Ships Seminar (2) Introduction to Ships 1 (2) 2 (2) Marine Visualization and Engineering (2) Modelling (3) Air Conditioning Fluid and Piping and Ship Materials Ship Thermofluid (4) System of Ship Refrigeration and Strength (3) Maintenance (2) (4) System of Ship (4) Integrated Ship Ship Ship Ship Survey and Characteristic Machinaery 1 Machinaery 2 Machinaery 3 Machinaery 4 Inspection of Elective 2 (4) Building Subject (2) (2) (4) (4) Ship (2) B (6) Integrated Ship Resistance Characteristic and Propulsion Building Subject Religion (2) Elective 1 (4) Elective 3 (4) (3) A (6) Design Design Design English (3) Sports/Arts (1) Assignment 1 Assignment 2 Assignment 3 Internship (2) Final Project (6) (2) (2) (4) 1 st Semester 2 nd Semester 3 rd Semester 4 th Semester 5 th Semester 6 th Semester 7 th Semester 8 th Semester 19 CREDITS 20 CREDITS 20 CREDITS 20 CREDITS 19 CREDITS 18 CREDITS 14 CREDITS 14 CREDITS UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM 143 . and (2) (2) Faculty of (2) Heat) (4) Optic) (4) Engineering Mechanical Material Engineering Dept Basic Kinematics and Basic Chemistry Selection and Ship Vibration Thermodynamic Dynamics Marine (2) Manuf.

Process 6 lihan Material ENMR 6 0 0006 Konstruksi Kapal 4 Ship Construction 4 ENMR 6 0 0007 Termofluida 4 Thermofluid 4 ENMR 6 0 0008 Permesinan Kapal 2 2 Ship Machinery 2 2 ENMR 6 0 0009 Tugas Merancang 1 2 Design Assignment 1 2   Subtotal 20 Subtotal 20   Semester 5   5 th Semester   ENME 6 0 0008 Kinematika dan Dinamika 4 Kinematics and Dynamics 4 ENMR 6 0 0010 Sistem fluida dan Perpipaan 4 Fluid and Piping System of Ship 4 Kapal ENMR 6 0 0011 Sistem Kelistrikan dan Elek. 2 Electrical and Electronic System of 2 tronika Kapal 1 Ships 1 ENMR 6 0 0012 Hambatan dan Propulsi 3 Ship Resistance and Propulsion 3 Kapal ENMR 6 0 0013 Permesinan Kapal 3 4 Ship Machinery 3 4 ENMR 6 0 0014 Tugas Merancang 2 2 Design Assignment 2 2   Subtotal 19 Subtotal 19 144 . 6 Material Selection and Manuf. Course Structure Marine Engineering Program (Reguler / Paralel) Mata Kuliah SUBJECT CODE SKS Credits Semester 1 1 st Semester UIGE 6 0 0004 MPKT B 6 Integrated Character Building Subject B 6 UIGE 6 0 0002 Bahasa Inggris 3 English 3 PROGRAM ENGE 6 0 0001 Kalkulus 4 Calculus 4 UNDERGRADUATE ENGE 6 0 0009 Menggambar Teknik 2 Engineering Drawing 2 ENGE 6 0 0010 Kimia Dasar 2 Basic Chemistry 2 ENMR 6 0 0001 Pengantar Teknik Perkapalan 2 Introduction to Marine Engineering 2   Subtotal 19 Subtotal 19   Semester 3   2 nd Semester   UIGE 6 0 0001 MPKT A 6 Integrated Character Building Subject A 6 UIGE600005-9 Agama 2 Religious Studies 2 UIGE 6 0 0003 Olahraga / Seni 1 Sports/Arts 1 ENGE 6 0 0002 Aljabar Linear 4 Linear Algebra 4 ENGE 6 0 0003 Fisika Dasar 1 4 Basic Physics 1 4 ENMR 6 0 0002 Visualisasi dan Permodelan 3 Ships Visualization and Modelling 3 Kapal   Subtotal 20 Subtotal 20   Semester 3   3 rd Semester   ENGE 6 0 0004 Fisika Dasar 2 4 Basic Physics 2 4 ENME 6 0 0002 Matematika Teknik 4 Engineering Matematics 4 ENME 6 0 0004 Termodinamika Dasar 4 Basic Thermodynamics 4 ENMR 6 0 0003 Teori Bangunan Kapal 3 Ship Building Theory 3 ENMR 6 0 0004 Material dan Kekuatan Kapal 3 Ship Material and Strength 3 ENMR 6 0 0005 Permesinan Kapal 1 2 Ship Machinery 1 2   Subtotal 20 Subtotal 20   Semester 4   4 th Semester   Numerical Computation 2 ENEE 6 00031 Komputasi Numerik 2 ENME 6 0 0007 Proses Manufaktur dan Pemi.

Pilihan 2 4 Elective 2 4 ------. Pilihan 1 4 Elective 1 4   Subtotal 14 Subtotal 14   Semester 8   8 th Semester   ENMR 6 0 0023 Tugas Akhir 6 Final Project 6 ------. 2 Electrical and Electronic System of 2 tronika Kapal 2 Ships 1 ENMR 6 0 0018 Permesinan Kapal 4 4 Ship Machinery 4 4 ENMR 6 0 0019 Tugas Merancang 3 4 Design Assignment 3 4   Subtotal 18 Subtotal 18   Semester 7   7 th Semester   ENME 6 0 0025 Kapita Selekta 2 Capita Selecta 2 ENMR 6 0 0020 Sistem Tata Udara dan 4 Air Conditioning and Refrigeration 4 Refrigerasi Kapal System of Ship ENMR 6 0 0021 Survei dan inspeksi Kapal 2 Survey and Inspection of Ship 2 ENMR 6 0 0022 Kerja Praktik 2 Internship 2 ------. Safety and Enviroment 2 ENMR 6 0 0015 Getaran Kapal 2 Ship Vibration 2 UNDERGRADUATE ENMR 6 0 0016 Pemeliharaa Kapal 2 Ship Maintenance 2 PROGRAM ENMR 6 0 0017 Sistem Kelistrikan dan Elek. 145 .   Semester 6   6 th Semester   ENGE 6 0 0005 Statistika dan Probablitas 2 Statistic and Probability 2 ENGE 6 0 0008 K3LL 2 Healthy. Maritime Resources and Technology and can be selected by maritime engineering undergraduates   7 th Semester Sks ENME 8 0 0615 Marine and Offshore Structure 4 ENME 8 0 1616 Sea Transportation and Port Management 4 ENME 8 0 1617 Maritime Law and regulation 4   8 th Semester ENME 8 0 0611 Ship Production Management* 4 ENME 8 0 0612 Special Ship Project 4 ENME 8 0 0613 Welding Engineering* 4 ENME 8 0 0102 Energy Optimization System 4 For students who are willing and capable to continue the education program to pursue Masters in Engineering through the Fast track program. credit transfer can be performed as many as 20 SKS. The numbers of credits that can be transferred consist of: 4 SKS from Engineering Mathematic course. 8 SKS from 2 Mandatory Core Courses and 8 credits from 2 Elective Core Courses. Pilihan 3 4 Elective 3 4   Subtotal 14 Subtotal 14 Courses are offered options for specailization of Master of Engineering.

and 2nd semester in graduate program. If the mandatory course in the 2008 curriculum become an elective course in the 2012 curriculum. Advisor for the finalization of the study 4.0 GPA until 5th semester and have passed • The credit unit (SKS) will be all the basic courses. Expressed a desire to follow the Fast Track second semester in 2016/2017 Program. • The student will have to take an equivalent course or replace with the new mandatory course in the new curriculum for the students who have not passed the course. If one of the course is not passed. The mandatory courses in the 2012 curriculum can be an elective course 146 . the students do not need to take the new courses. the student new mandatory courses in the will be discussed along with the Academic new curriculum. program expressed their willingness to join • For the students who have not this program on full time basis. The students that follow the Fast Track have passed the courses. with terms and conditions will be: 3. calculated for the students who 3. the number of credit (SKS) that will be counted is the number from the previous curriculum. If there is a change in the number of credit unit for the same course. the terms and conditions are: • The credit (SKS) will still be counted for the students who have passed the courses. If the mandatory courses from previ- of Engineering Program Specialisation. ous curriculum (2008 curriculum) are no later than the end of 5th Semester the deleted and there are no equivalent undergraduate program. 2012 Curriculum will be started from of Fast Track program are: first semester in 2012/2013 until 1. the student MUST take an equivalent course in the new curriculum. 6. 5. the program have to reschedule their study in 7th shortage of SKS will be replaced and 8th semester to get along with their 1st with the new elective course. If the application of the fast track take the elective course (as an program can be approved by the Head of equivalent course) or take the Department / Study Program. Rules for the courses that being plan inundergraduate and graduate combined: program. 8. • OR: if one of the course from The students from the undergraduate program the previous curriculum already that have the aggrement to join the fast track passed. Have an excellent academic record. by writing an application to the 2. TRANSITION CURRICULUM 2008 TO 2012 Terms and conditions to become the participant 1. they MUST 4. the 2. 7. For the courses that move from first to second semester or vice versa will be opened in every semester during the transition period. courses in the new curriculum. passed the courses. For the students who have not passed PROGRAM Head of the Department of Mechanical the mandatory courses from previous Engineering with Study Plan includes a curriculum (the 2008 curriculum) UNDERGRADUATE plan-making subjects in Semester 6 to 8 (in MUST take the similar or equivalent the Bachelor of Engineering) and subject course in the new curriculum (the Semester 1 to 4 (the Master of Engineering 2012 curriculum). Program) in accordance with the Master 3. • AND: both of the courses from previous curriculum have to be passed.

9. Design Assignment 3 4 onward . 2 System of Ship 2 Compulsory for the 2010 students and . for the students from the batch 2010 and below. with 120 manda- tory credits and 24 elective credits. EQUALITY TABEL Kurikulum 2008 Kurikulum 2012 Information Courses Credit Courses Credit Integrated Character Building Integrated Character Building 6 6 Subject Subject A Compulsory for the Integrated Character Building . Basic Thermodinamics 4 2011 students and onward Introduction Marine Introduction Ship Building 2 2 Engineering Ship Building Theory 1 3 AND: Kedua mata ajar di Kurikulum 2008 harus lulus. The numbers of credits (SKS) for graduate are 144. 6 2012 students and Subject B onward Compulsory for the . Ship Design 2 Ship Machinery 1 2 Ship Assignment 1 2 Design Assignment 1 2 Ship Machinery System 4 Ship Machinery 2 2 Fluid and Piping System of Fluid System 3 4 Ship Electrical and Electronika System Electrical and Electronika 2 2 of Ship System of Ship 1 Ship Assignment 2 2 Design Assignment 2 2 System and Equipment of Ship 4 Ship Machinery 3 4 Mecahnical Vibration 2 Ship Vibration 2 Electrical and Electronika . Basic Chemistry 2 2012 students and onward Basic Computation 3 Computation Engineering 2 Compulsory for the . UNDERGRADUATE The shortage of credit number due to the transition will be compensate PROGRAM by taking a new mandatory course or elective course from the new cur- riculum. Bila salah Ship Building Theory 3 satu MA di kurikulum Ship Building Theory 2 3 2008 tidak lulus harus mengambil mata ajar Kurikulum 2012. Ship Machinery 4 4 Ship Manitenance Managment 2 Ship Maintenance 2 Industrial Seminar 2 Industrial Seminar 2 Air Conditioning System Air Conditioning and 4 4 (Elective) Refrigeration of Ship 147 .

Compulsory for the Survey and Inspection of 2 2009 students and Ship onward Material Engineering 4 deleted PROGRAM Teknopreneur 2 deleted Bila tidak lulus. dapat diganti dengan MA UNDERGRADUATE Ethics Engineering 2 deleted pilihan atau MA wajib Ship Production Management 4 Elective baru 2012 Measurment and Metrology 3 deleted Ship Construcion 3 Ship Construcion 4 148 .

the Refer to Page 79 enginer oom layout. Ship Com- 4 SKS parison Methode:Design procedure: Basics of Refer to Page 79 economic calculation. Historical of ship ma- BASIC CHEMISTRY chinery. A. Finance Analysis. Tonnage. main engines. ENGE600010 Stability: resistance and Propulsion. GM Kok. WORK SAFETY. MARTECH BASIC PHYSICS 1 2. D A Taylor. ENGE610010 Ship building method.1996 Refer to Page 79 ENMR 6 0 0002 ENGE600004 SHIPS VISUALIZATION AND MODELING BASIC PHYSICS 2 (3 SKS) 4 SKS Course Objective : Refer to Page 81 Provide and understanding the principles of- ships design using CAD (Computer Aided Design) ENGE600002 software ENGE610002 Syllabus: LINEAR ALGEBRA Optimization of Main Dimensions. Terms and Conditions and Type of ships: Optimiza- tion of Machine Selection: The selection of 149 . main dimension: Ship Motion.. AND ENVIROMENT ENGLISH 2 SKS UIGE610002 Refer to Page 82 ACADEMIC WRITING 3 SKS ENGE600009 Refer to Page 78 ENGINEERING DRAWING (2 SKS) Refer to Page 130 UIGE600003 UIGE610003 ENMR600001 SPORTS / ARTS INTRODUCTION TO MARINE ENGINEERING 1 SKS (2 SKS) Refer to Page 81 Course Objective : Provide basic competence of Ships Machinery ENGE600001 System andapproachtodesign. Introduction to Marine 4 SKS Engineering. Ship Design Process. Requirement :- ENGE600003 References: ENGE610003 1. Types of water bulding: 4 SKS the Classification Societyandthe International- Refer to Page 78 Agency.C.Course Description UIGE600005-9 UIGE610005-9 UIGE600001 RELIGIOUS STUDIES UIGE610001 2 SKS MPKT A / INTEGRATED CHARACTER BUILDING A Refer to Page 80-81 UNDERGRADUATE 6 SKS PROGRAM Refer to Page 78 ENGE600005 ENGE610005 UIGE600004 STATISTICS AND PROBABILITY UIGE610004 2 SKS MPKT B / INTEGRATED CHARACTER BUILDING B Refer to Page 82 6 SKS Refer to Page 78 ENGE600008 ENGE610008 UIGE600002 HEALTH. Ship Building and Construction. Nierich. ENGE610001 Syllabus : CALCULUS History of Ship Building. auxiliary engines. Bangunan Kapal .

3 SKS 150 Refer to Page 179 . cylinder wall sthick Institute. ENEE610031 6. Ship crashes out. gears. Muckle. Modern Ship Design. Talahatu. calculation of midship strength. Bend- ENME600002 ing and torsion on the Hull Girder. Bertram. 1996 Beams Deflection I . ENMR 6 0 0004 CAD(Computer Aided Design) SHIPS MATERIALS AND STRENGTH (3 SKS) Requirement :. Ship Design tion ofCritical Conditions Due to shaky ship. Bouy- ENMR 6 0 0005 ancy system. Heinemann. H. Calculation ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS (4 SKS) of Cross Section. B. Ship Hydrodynamics. Syllabus : Elsevier Science. axial and moment to Naval Architecture. Tupper & K. 3. Bryan Barrass & Dr Derrett. Baxter.Bending and Bukling on the Refer to Page 131 panels. theory of plate. Rawson. Basic Ship Theory.2003 ENMR 6 0 0003 2. Course Objective : References : Provide and understanding for calculating PROGRAM 1. Ship design tion of moment inertia. Process: Design Requirements. Plan Steer- Syllabus : ing: Dynamic Stability: Theory of Stationary Introduction: History. propulsion system. ship stability for master and mates. Theory of Ship Motion. neering 2000.J.C. David Watson. Vo l k e r B e r t r a m . and thin.02 tures. Heinemann. analysis of ship struc- 6. Heinemann. Analysis of stress and strain fields. inclining test. Gillmer.C. 2. E. Basic ship ENEE600031 Theory.. M. FTUI. 2001. Requirement :Introduction to Marine Engi- ENME600004 neering BASIC THERMODYNAMICS (4 SKS) References : Refer to Page 132 1. Manual Autocad dan Maxsurf 12. chinery Foil shape.Beams Deflection II: Static. Basic Ship Theory.C. Ship Specifications. Yong Bai. Biro Klasifikasi Indonesia and dynamic satability calculation 5.C. Dr. Procedures. Applications and Limitations. Hidrodinamika kapal I & NUMERICAL COMPUTATION II. P r a c t i c a l s h i p Requirement :Introduction to Marine Engi- hydrodynamics. clutches. Butterworth and bending moment. Butterworth. Ship stability notes 1. Lloyd’s Register Rules and Regulations Syllabus: LinesPlan calculation and methodology.1998 Stress and strain torsion(torque) and calcula- 3. Butterworth. Static Stability: Cal- SHIP MACHINERY 1 (2 SKS) culation of hydrostatic curves and cross curves. Propulsion 1. Tupper E. T. longitudinal and transverse strength of ships. 2001 Course Objective : 3.Schneekluth. Introduction to Marine & example. 2. Metasentra.C. axial force..3rd edition Butterworth. 5. Definition of Ship Machin- and Non-Stationary on a Ship Motion. Butterworth SHIP BUILDING THEORY (3 SKS) Heinemann. 1975. ship Understanding Concept Design of Ships Ma- launching. Requirement :- Introduction to Main Propulsion Systems: Pro- References: pulsion System Design Concepts. 4. concept of fatigue. Calcula- ery. Tupper E. shear force for Efficiency and Economy. Practical Ship Design. 1998 4. 2001 profile and plate selection calcultaion. Course Objective : docking. Ship Design Impact loading. Calculation of reaction Heinemann. Wave Theory. Naval Architecture Examples Provide and understanding about hydrostatic and theory. Elsevier Science. Marine Structural Design. Tupper E. D A Taylor. Classification and Regu- lations statutory Rules. shafts. System. dan W. energy method. Plant Selection Propulsion. Heinemann.A. 1998. Introduction cross-beam and diagrams. References : 4. Transmission Systems: Type of Transmission Butterworth. Butterworth diagrams. UNDERGRADUATE Heinemann. 2003. Charles Griffin & Co. 2001 5. V. Butterworth transversal and longintudinal constructions. bearings.B Brain. Ship Machinery Requirements. Ship hydrostatics and stability.1996 Heinemann. US Naval column.2006 System Selection. Dr C B Barrass. Engineering. A.

engine propeller matching. McGraw-Hill. turbo charger. engine compo- ENMR 6 0 0006 nent. cooling Course Objective : system. Te a c h Yo u r s e l f N a v a l Syllabus : Architecture. ENMR 6 0 0008 pump impeller. mulas and practical for forced convection and ENMR 6 0 0010 heat transfer. Course Objective : Requirement :. Pelton turbine. Gas Carrier DESIGN ASSIGNMENT 1 (2 SKS) Ship Construction: Doors and Windows. parameters. J. Ship Construction. fuel system. and shape of ship. M. frensial flow analysis. Requirement :Ships Machinery 1 PROGRAM petence to design ship structures References : Syllabus : 1. Syllabus : Requirement : Ship Strength Design Analysis (owner requirement based).. ballast systems. Holman.finding Butterworth-Heinemann. 5th edition.one-dimensional KINEMATICS and DYNAMICS (4 SKS) steady state. Engineering. trim. compressed air systems. Press. Prentice Hall general plan sketch(GA). Engine supporting system: starting sys- SHIP CONSTRUCTION (4 SKS) tem. Heat Transfer. Fluid Flow Machines. initial assessment 3.supporting system (auxil- Syllabus : iary motor).heat FLUID AND PIPING SYSTEM OF SHIP (4 SKS) exchangers. Signifi cant Ships. mestic systems. stability. initial finding: Displacement.A Talahatu. and Corrosion Prevention. UNDERGRADUATE construction on the ship sstructure and com. fuel system. Govinda. Piping systems SHIP MACHINERY 2 (2 SKS) on ships and marine construction. RINA tion of fluid flow. Boundary Layer. Lloyd’s Register Rules and Regulations arise. Teori Merancang Kapal. tanks. ENMR 6 0 0009 tion: Construction of Tankers. 4 and 2 stroke teory. lubrication system. Basic prinsiple of Diesel engine: combustion cooling system. Laminar and turbulent flow. TERMOFLUIDS (4 SKS) Requirement :Ship vizualisation and Model- Course Objective : ling Provide and understanding about termofluids References : system of ship 1. extinguish system. Losses ENME600008 in Fluid Flow. pipe fittings. experimen- Provide knowledge and understanding types of tal of diesel engine performance. The English Universities Principles of FluidDynamics: Pressure distribu. type of Course Objective : pipe material. Heat Transfer. def. piping sys- References : tem. B . Convection principles. hull 4. auxiliary system. 2011 power driven. lubrication system. tribology and systems. McGraw. diesel engine performance. tanker loading and unloading types of engine. Fire Course Objective : Protection. do- concept.1996 Bulk head and girder. 2. systems. B a x t e r. 1. deck. drag and lift FTUI 1998. Cabin Construction: Construction Undestanding of ship design procedures and of loading and unloading Equipments. watertight bulkhead positioning for ENMR 6 0 0007 passenger ships. Positive displacement of fluid engines. bilga systems.natural convection System. Introduction to Marine Bottom Structure: Ship hull and section system. fire cooling system of ships engine. hydrolic Hill system. Engine rating. and practically on the Ship Construction 1. free and unloading space esti- mates. D. valves. D A Taylor. J. Merchant Ship Construction. air piping system. Viscous flow.P. integral flow analysis. standards and methods of drawing tioning system. empirical for.pneumatic power systems. Eyres. Stedi dimensional conduction Refer to Page state. Experimen- tal of water piping system. Syllabus : 2. of calculation CSA(Curve of Sectional Area). force for floating and moving objects. D. Coaming and super structure: fore peak and after peak construc. linesplan skecth and monitong 2. References : study literature. Undestanding concept and types of air condi. Taylor. Understanding types of fluid system. main dimension. Biro Klasifikasi Indonesia payload and unloading space. 151 Requirement : Termofluid . sea-chest. Painting monitoring.

RINA Resistance predictions with Model Test. layout. voltage drop generator. R. P. supporting system layout. P. References : equirement :Ship Building Theory 1. Anthony F. E.1993 Syllabus : Ship dispalcement methode. Resistance and Propulsion UNDERGRADUATE 5th Edition.2009 the working principle ofAC Motor. John Bird. 1983 4. Marine Diesel Engines. John Pyne. determine lines SHIP RESISTANCE AND PROPULSION (3 SKS) plan. profile and bulkhead plan. Mc. of the application on ship. Requirement :. Ships. 2004 Thermodynamics of Turbomachinery. FTUI Friction: Thrust reduction. IBS Course Objective : 2.K. combustion engine.Keith Escoe. A. Esposito. Calculation of Propeller Design with Form Data and Wagen- 152 ingenGraphs. ship maintenance design. in Bad Weather: The principle of Hydrofoil Ship. turbine. Requirement :Ship Machinery 2 tal Sequential circuit. Pounder’s Marine Diesel of AC electrical circuits. S . . Types of MDC. working principle of Engines and Gas Turbines. safety plan Syllabus : Requirement :Design Assignment 1 Ship force. Lohmann & Stolterfoht 5. Gokarn. Dave Ger r. Nigel Calde r. The Marine Electronical & supporting ships design system Electronics Bible. Electronics Simple References : Plan. navigate and using model devices election. tal Systems. Electrical & Electronic Principle Undesrtanding calculation and monitoring of and Technology. Aa. Pergamon Press. 4. Heinemann.. 2003 of Ships. Ghos e. Gallin. 4th 2. J. Marine Boiler and Steam Engineering: types of and application of electrical and electronic boiler. Ship Resistance Comparative Law. 2nd Edition Schaum’s Outline Series. generator no-load and Elsevier. Sv. Electric propulsion McGraw-Hill. 2006 and PTO. Ship resistance 1998. B. PLC. 2001 3. combustion system chamber. Ships and Their Propulsion Newnes Butterworth-Heinemann. Introduction 3. Doug Woodyard. design of air Provide and understanding to calcutaion of condirtioning system. compressor.2003 3. coefficient of propulsion. determine main ENMR 6 0 0012 dimension and coefficient. steam turbine. Giles. PROGRAM Edition. 2005 McGraw-Hill Professional. Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulics. R. The Propeller Handbook. pressure 1. ships resistance and propulsion teoritically communication devices election. Wake 2. John C Payne. Various kinds 2. Digital Combinational circuit. 1994 SHIP MACHINERY 3 (4 SKS) Course Objective : ENMR 6 0 0011 Students understanding and about principle ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS SYSTEM OF work of boiler. Digi.A Talahatu. Teach Yourself Naval Architecture. Electrical Technology. 2006 1. A. Elsevier Inc. Harvald. Mollan d. Performance analysis of Syllabus : Gas Turbine. Fluid Power Dynamics.2008 under load. Parallel generator. L . F l u i d M e c h a n i c s a n d Propulsion. Engineering Reference Book. main section Course Objective : plan. Jhon Bird. M. The English Universities Press. SHIPS 1 (2 SKS) engine room layout. MAC operation: principle of generator. operation. main motor Semiconductors: Electronic Components. basic theory of DC circuit: basic theory 1. Hughes. Basic Ship 2. hydrostatic calculation. 1999 System. Digi. ENMR 6 0 0013 Graw-Hill. Course Objective : Syllabus : Undesrtanding work principle. 3. Signifi cant resistance: Air resistance. Engine Room Lay Out: ergonomic Basic of electronics: Passive Components: aspect on engine room layout. Fluid Power with Application. Effect of Ship Shape. Teori Merancang Kapal.V. R.operation of the MDC. gas turbine. Prentice Hall. References : Frictional resistance:wave resistance. Butterworth- DC motors. The Maritime of MAC. Mobley. Piping and Pipeline References : Assesment Guide. C. D i x o n . ENMR 6 0 0014 References : DESIGN ASSIGNMENT 2 (2 SKS) 1. Baxter.

DESIGN ASSIGNMET 3 (4 SKS) 2. John Pyne. Oil Separator Equip- Functions of Manual Maintenance. Ship Maintenance : A ship engine design Quantitative Approach. lateral and longitudinal in ship ing. Burrill. D. 3. Introduction to Markov and Monte windows and doors. Dynamics of Machinery. Technology of ship repairing.C. Parts List ment: Pumps and System Installation.1998. The Marine Electronical & Dynamics. Engineering Mechanics. systems. Experimental measurement control. et. 2001. simple Anchoring and mooring equipment supplies. system Network Modelling. Water-tight System. Jhon Bird. Inspection. 1996 Syllabus : Engine and tools selection (auxilary engine). Design of Ship Engine Room Layout. Butterworth Heinemann.Instruments for UMS classification Vol-2. proportional plus integral plus derivative propulsion system. John Bird.Ltd. computer East Coast Institution of Engineers and simulations and laboratory-scale models. In- Shipbuilders. D. Shields S.Mc-Graw-Hill. Application of mathematical model- of vibration ing to determine the performance of control Requirement :Kinematics and Dynamics system. Public Review: Communications. 1. Introduction to automation systems engineer- sional vibration. Dynamics. ENMR 6 0 0019 MIR Publisher. Equipment ShipSteering. Holowenko. Detailed drawings. Inventory: The Role of Engine Builders Tips 2. Introduction to Marine andTools: Spare-Parts. damp. North control in shipbuilding applications. Network Modelling loading and unloading equipment. Syllabus : vibrations with two degrees of freedom.1995. Theory of Vibration with 2.Maintenance Strategy. Ship vibration: simple methods order I and order II: Introduction to process of estimating critical frequencies. References : 1.John References : Wiley. Electrical & Electronic Principle application. 2001 Understanding of calculation and monitoring 3.4th Requirement :Electrical and Electronics Sys- eds. Electronics Bible. IBS 4. 1935 troduction of hydraulic and pneumatic control 2. Maintenance of Butterworth Heinemann. system. Witherby & Co. E. Firefighting Equipment: Economic and Reliability. Wiley New York.1972. and Stock.1976. Meriam & Kraige. tor. shipbuilding ing. tem of Ships 1 3. 1996 References : 1. Repair. H. McGeorge. Requirement :Ship Machinery 3 nance: Maintenance Document Preparation. Taylor. William T. Prentice Hall India.Thomson. Discrete Markov Chains and Safety Equipment: Equipment Navigation and Markov Continuous Process. IMARES.reliability Syllabus : Fundamental Review of the concept. Hughes. John C Payne. and principle Syllabus : work of ship equipment and technology. Beer & Johnston. Marine Auxiliary Machinery. and Technology.2003 5.1993 ENMR 6 0 0016 ENMR 6 0 0018 SHIP MAINTENANCE (2 SKS) SHIP MACHINERY 4 (4 SKS) Course Objective : Course Objective : Able to maintain dan control engine system Understanding theory. Engineering. Ventilation Equipment: Carlo Simulation. Preparation of Schedule Mainte. forced vibrations.A. Benkovsky. transmis- 153 . Introduction to reliability system. L. transient vibrations.ENMR 6 0 0015 ENMR 6 0 0017 SHIP VIBRATION (2 SKS) ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC SYSTEM OF Course Objective : SHIPS 2 (2 SKS) Understanding of engine vibration system and Course Objective : vibration source detection Understanding the principles engineering and UNDERGRADUATE Syllabus : automation and control applications in the PROGRAM Engine vibration system: free vibration. Piero Caridis.Mechanics for Engineer. electrical load balance.al. Requirement : .. Engine Room Maintenance. Electrical Technology. Response system signalsI and OrderII: References : Analysis of transient response of the system 1. and Course Objective : Maintenance of Ship Structures.

Inclining experiment. fire extinguishing system. Teori Merancang Kapal. Refer to Page 430 ducting system design. Signifi cant Refer to Page 137 Ships. Marine Refrigeration and Refer to Page 429 Air Conditioning. technical MARITIME LAW AND REGULATION (4 SKS) specifications and troubleshooting. 5. steering system. B. Butterworth-Heinemann. ISO stan. Inspection. Benkovsky. 2001 SPECIAL SHIP PROJECT (4 SKS) 3. heating system design. Hull survey. Cornell Maritime Press.A Talahatu. Design System Reply: FireSystem Design: De. Machinery Installations survey. selection and survey. Domestic Fresh Water Quantitative Approach. 2001 3. 2001 ENME800613 ENMR 6 0 0021 WELDING ENGINEERING (4 SKS) SURVEY AND INSPECTION OF SHIP Refer to Page 430 (2 SKS) Course Objective : ENME800102 Understanding types of class survey. Bilga system design and Engine 1. M. MIR Publisher. ship piping systems for engine and Statutory survey. Electri- PROGRAM layout of the marine cable. Diagrams Psikrometri. IMARES. Biro Klasifikasi Indonesia System Design: the design of loading and un. et. 2005 ENME800612 2. system design of ENME800617 air conditioning and refrigeration. Refer to Page 430 dards and the Class Requirement : . approval and ship operation Construction of a propeller and propeller Syllabus : maching. UNDERGRADUATE design one-line diagram of electrical &Wiring Requirement : Diagram instalasi including lighting vessels and References : equipment. ENME800615 TEM OF SHIP (4 SKS) MARINE AND OFFSHORE STRUCTURE (4 SKS) Course Objective : Refer to Page 429 Understanding of air conditioning system on the ship ENME800616 Syllabus : SEA TRANSPORT AND PORT MANAGEMENT Basic principles of refrigeration and air con. The English Universities Press. sion system. FTUI 1998. Witherby Design: Design of Engine Cooling System: Air & Co. Ship Electrical Load Analysis: Calculation and selection of the number and ENME 6 00025 capacity of Genset & Shore Connection: the CAPITA SELECTA calculation and selection of battery capacity. Air Conditioning Engineering. ventilation system design. Repair. Ship Maintenance : A Pressure System Design. hull. D. Lloyd’s Register Rules and Regulations loading systems. and sign of Fuel System: Engine Lubrication System Maintenance of Ship Structures. Larsen. ENME800611 References : SHIP PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT (4 SKS) 1.. RINA 2. Refer to Page 430 Butterworth-Heinemann. Piero Caridis. Shields S. calculation. N. James Harbach. 2. Loadline survey. Refer to Page 137 List Equipment Code Requirement :Design Assignment 2 ENMR 600022 References : INTERNSHIP 1. ELECTIVE COURSES FROM MASTER PROGRAM ENMR 6 0 0020 AIR CONDITIONING AND REFRIGERATION SYS. Technology of ship repairing. statutory ENERGY OPTIMIZATION SYSTEM (4 SKS) 154 Refer to Page 416 . 1996 System Design Air & Sea. Seatrial procedure. Class survey. reduction gear and shafting. Baxter. (4 SKS) ditioning processes.Ltd. Sanitary Disposal 4.. Damage ventilation system. Room Bilga System(Oily-Water BilgeSystem).al. Marine Air Conditioning Plant. Jones W.P. load analysis and cal & Genset survey. Teach Yourself Naval Architecture.

12. Study Duration Designed for 4 years Type of Semester Number of Semester Number of weeks / semester Regular 8 17 Short (optional) 3 8 11. design. Awarding Institution Universitas Indonesia Double Degree: Universitas Indonesia and partner university 2. Entry High school /equivalent. Teaching Institution Universitas Indonesia Double Degree: Universitas Indonesia and partner university 3. systematic. International 5. Programme Tittle Undergraduate Program in Electrical Engineering 4. Language(s) of Instruction Bahasa Indonesia and English 8. Graduate Profiles: Bachelor of engineering who is able to design in electric engineering field based on technological advancement in accordance with professional ethics. 10. and combine energy engineering and electrical power engineering • Able to implement electrical power phenomenon • Able to identify electric power system and power electronic component needs • Able to implement renewable and conventional energy conversion • Able to use microcontroller in electrical engineering problems • Able to implement entrepreunership concept 155 .Eng) 6.5.accredited AUN-QA 7. and practical solution supported with appropiate methods. Parallel. analyze.T) and Bachelor of Engineer- ing (B. Class Regular. Study Scheme (Full Time / Part Full Time Time) 9. • Propose logical. UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Program Specification UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM 1. or D3 / Polytechnique / equivalent. Requirements AND pass the entrance exam. Final Award Sarjana Teknik (S. • Able to analyze general and specific problems in electrical engineering field • Able to follow recent developments in electronics and photonics field • Able to design various electronic and photonic circuits and devices and micro electro mechanical systems • Able to characterize and integrate electronic circuits and devices • Able to follow and implement telecommunication engineering advancement • Able to design various sub systems of radio wave communication system • Able to design communication network system • Able to evaluate communication system performance on different media • Able to evaluate various processes of information signal processing • Able to follow and implement recent advancement of control system methods • Able to implement real time control algorithm design • Able to analyze system transient response and stability • Able to model control system based on physical system and experimental data • Able to follow energy and electrical engineerin/g advancement • Able to plan.T) Double Degree: Sarjana Teknik (S. Accreditation / Recognition BAN-PT: A .4. Expected Learning Outcomes: • Able to design software or hardware and always follow technological advancement.

and state 13 Classification of Subjects No. Some of them are involved in power engineer- ing. telecommunica- tion and other related inductries. Undergradu. program manager. Total Credit Hours to Graduate 144 SKS Career Prospects The graduates of this program have been em- ployed in various inductrial companies within one month (in average) after the graduation. • Able to analyze various electric power engineering sets • Able to use probability sciences and stochastic process to support engineering science • Able to analyze simple electrical circuits by utilizing electrical basic components • Able to calculate electrical and magnetical field and electromagnetic wave parameters • Able to analyze system and signal in frequency and time domain PROGRAM • Able to use control system as supporting science in advance technology field • Able to analyze analog and digital electronic circuit by utilizing electronic basic components UNDERGRADUATE • Able to implement mathematic.89 % iii Core Subjects 62 40. Project Total 144 100 % 14. na- tion. creative. electronic. and statistic basic principal in electrical engineering problem solving • Able to think critical. process engineer.58 % v Internship. and innovative and has intellectual curosity to solve problems at level of individual and group • Able to utilize communication information technology • Able to identify variety entrepreneurial effort characterized by innovation and independence based on ethics • Able to use spoken and written language in Indonesian and English language well to support aca- demic and non academic activites • Able to give alternative problem solutions to any problem that arise in environment. proj- ect manager. 156 . society. instru- mentation engineer.5 % ii Basic Engineering Subjects 20 13. technical manager and profes- sional lecturers. oil & gas. 8 5.06 % iv Elective Subjects 21 14. IT. Classification Credit Hours (SKS) Percentage i University General Subjects 18 12. Some occupation or job titles that are suit- able for this program are electrical engineer. Seminar. control engineer. Some of graduates were even employed before the graduation. 12. physic.56 % ate Thesis.

2 Able to analyze general and specific problems in electrical engineering field Electronics Engineering Telecommunication Engineering Control Engineering Electrical Power Engineering Able to follow and implement Able to follow and implement recent Able to follow energy and electrical engineering Able to follow recent developments in telecommunication engineering advancement advancement electronics and photonics field advancement of control system methods Able to design various sub systems of radio wave Able to plan. physic.3. Learning Outcomes Flow Diagram Bachelor of engineering who is able to design in electric engineering field based on technological advancement in accordance with professional ethics [2. 11] 1 Able to design software or hardware and always follow technological advancement Propose logical. society. systematic. design. analyze. and to solve problems at level of individual information technology by innovation and independence support academic and non academic activites and group based on ethics state UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM 157 . and Able to identify variety Able to give alternative problem Able to use spoken and written language in innovative and has intellectual curosity Able to utilize communication entrepreneurial effort characterized solutions to any problem that arise Indonesian and English language well to in environment. and combine energy communication system Able to implement real time control engineering and electrical power engineering Able to design various electronic and algorithm design photonic circuits and devices and micro Able to design communication network system electro mechanical systems Able to analyze system transient Able to Able to evaluate communication system response and stability Able to Able to identify implement performance on different media implement electric power system renewable and electrical Able to characterize and integrate and power electronic conventional power electronic circuits and devices Able to evaluate various processes of information Able to model control system based on component needs energy phenomenon signal processing physical system and experimental data conversion Able to use Able to calculate Able to use control Able to analyze analog Able to Able to analyze Able to analyze Able to analyze simple Able to analyze microcontroller in electrical and system as and digital electronic implement various electric various electric electrical circuits by system and signal electrical magnetical field and supporting science circuit by utilizing entrepreuners power engineering power engineering utilizing electrical in frequency and in advance electronic basic engineering electromagnetic wave hip concept sets sets basic components time domain problems parameters technology field components Able to implement mathematic. nation.10. and statistic basic principal in electrical engineering problem solving Able to think critical. and practical solution supported with appropiate methods[1. creative.8].

Safety and Sports/Arts Environment . UNDERGRADUATE 158 PROGRAM Flow Diagram of Subjects 1st Semester 2nd Semester 3rd Semester 4th Semester 5th Semester 6th Semester 7th Semester 8th Semester Basic Physics 1 Basic Physics 2 Electrical Materials M Telecommunication Engineering M Engineering Engineering Telecommunication Calculus Linier Algebra Engineering Mathematics 1 Mathematics 2 Laboratory Fundamental of M Electrical Power Electrical Electrical Electric Circuit Engineering Measurements Engineering Electrical Power Electrical Electric Circuit Electromagnetic Engineering Measurements Seminar Final Project Laboratory Laboratory Laboratory Probability and M M Elective Elective Stochastic process M Majoring Majoring Majoring Subjects Subjects Subjects Electronic Devices Electronic Circuits Electronic Circuits Laboratory M Legend Signals and Algorithm and Systems Control System s M Programming University General Subjects Basic Engineering Subjects Control System s Laboratory Core Subjects Microprocessor Majoring Subjects Introduction to M Basic Computer and Digital System Microcontroller Elective Subjects Microprocessor Introduction to Basic Computer and Digital System Laboratory Microcontroller Laboratory Laboratory Integrated Integrated Numerical Engineering Character Character Internship Computation Enterpreneurship Building Subject A Building Subject B English Religion Health.

Kerja ENGE600008 Health. Keselamatan. Safety and Environment dan Lindung Lingkungan (K3LL) ENEE600001 Pengantar Sistem Dijital Introduction to Digital System 2 ENEE600002 Praktikum Pengantar Sistem 1 Introduction to Digital System Laboratory Dijital Subtotal 18 Semester 2 2nd Semester UIGE600001 MPK Terintegrasi A Integrated Character Building Subject A 6 UIGE600005-9 Agama Religious Studies 2 UIGE600003 Olah Raga/ Seni Sports/Arts 1 ENGE600002 Aljabar Linier Linier Algebra 4 ENGE600003 Fisika Dasar 1 Basic Physics 1 4 ENEE600003 Dasar Teknik Elektro Fundamental of Electrical Engineering 3 Subtotal 20 Semester 3 3rd Semester ENGE600004 Fisika Dasar 2 Basic Physics 2 4 ENEE600004 Rangkaian Listrik Electric Circuit 3 ENEE600005 Praktikum Rangkaian Listrik Electric Circuit Laboratory 1 ENEE600006 Matematika Teknik 1 Engineering Mathematics 1 3 ENEE600007 Divais Elektronika Electronic Devices 2 ENEE600008 Dasar Komputer Basic Computer 3 ENEE600009 Praktikum Dasar Komputer Basic Computer Laboratory 1 Subtotal 17 Semester 4 4th Semester ENEE600010 Probabilitas dan Proses Stokastik Probability and Stochastic Process 3 ENEE600011 Matematika Teknik 2 Engineering Mathematics 2 3 ENEE600012 Rangkaian Elektronika Electronic Circuits 3 ENEE600013 Praktikum Rangkaian Elektronika Electronic Circuits Laboratory 1 ENEE600014 Elektromagnetika Electromagnetic 3 ENEE600015 Sinyal and Sistem Signals and Systems 3 ENEE600016 Material Teknik Listrik Electrical Materials 2 Subtotal 18 159 .Course Structure of Undergraduate Programme in Electrical Engineering (Regular / Parallel) Table 1 Courses of the 2012 Curriculum KODE MATA KULIAH SUBJECT SKS UNDERGRADUATE Semester 1 1st Semester PROGRAM UIGE600004 MPK Terintegrasi B Integrated Character Building Subject B 6 UIGE600002 Bahasa Inggris English 3 ENGE600001 Kalkulus Calculus 4 2 Kesehatan.

PROGRAM UNDERGRADUATE Semester 5 5th Semester ENEE600031 Komputasi Numerik Numerical Computation 2 ENEE600017 Teknik Tenaga Listrik Electrical Power Engineering 3 ENEE600018 Praktikum Teknik Tenaga Listrik Electrical Power Engineering Laboratory 1 ENEE600019 Sistem Kendali Control Systems 3 ENEE600020 Praktikum Sistem Kendali Control Systems Laboratory 1 ENEE600021 Mikroprosesor and Mikrokontroler Microprocessor and Microcontroller 4 ENEE600022 Praktikum Mikroprosesor dan Microprocessor and Microcontroller Labora. 1 Mikrokontroler tory Subtotal 15 Semester 6 6th Semester ENEE600023 Kerja Praktek Internship 2 ENEE600024 Teknik Telekomunikasi Telecommunication Engineering 3 ENEE600025 Praktikum Teknik Telekomunikasi Telecommunication Engineering Laboratory 1 ENEE600026 Algoritma and Pemrograman Algorithm and Programming 3 ENEE600027 Pengukuran Besaran Listrik Electrical Measurements 2 ENEE600028 Praktikum Pengukuran Besaran 1 Electrical Measurements Laboratory Listrik Peminatan Kelompok Ilmu Majoring 6 Subtotal 18 Semester 7 7th Semester ENEE600029 Seminar Seminar 2 ENCE601023 Rekayasa dan Kewirausahaan Engineering Entrepreneurship 2 Pilihan Elective 6 Peminatan Kelompok Ilmu Majoring 9 Subtotal 19 Semester 8 8th Semester ENEE600030 Skripsi Final Project 4 Pilihan Elective 9 Peminatan Kelompok Ilmu Majoring 6 Subtotal 19 Total 144 160 .

Table 2. Majoring Course PEMINATAN KELOMPOK ILMU TELEKOMUNIKASI MAJOR TELECOMMUNICATION ENGINEERING   UNDERGRADUATE KODE MATA AJARAN SUBJECT SKS PROGRAM   Semester 6 6th Semester   ENEE600023 Kerja Praktek Internship 2 ENEE600024 Teknik Telekomunikasi Telecommunication Engineering 3 Praktikum Teknik Telekomu- ENEE600025 nikasi Telecommunication Engineering Laboratory 1 ENEE600026 Algoritma dan Pemrograman Algorithm and Programming 3 ENEE600027 Pengukuran Besaran Listrik Electrical Measurements 2 ENEE600028 Praktikum Pengukuran Besaran Electrical Measurements Laboratory 1 Listrik Komunikasi Multimedia Pita ENEE600101 Lebar Broadband Multimedia Communications 3 ENEE600102 Jaringan Komunikasi Communication Networks 3 Subtotal 18   Semester 7 7th Semester   ENEE600029 Seminar Seminar 2 ENCE601023 Rekayasa and kewirausahaan Engineering Entrepreneurship 2   Pilihan Elective 6 ENEE600103 Teori Coding dan Aplikasi Coding and Modulation Techniques 3 ENEE600104 Antena dan Propagasi Antennas and Propagation 3 ENEE600105 Komunikasi Optik Optical Communications 3 Subtotal 19   Semester 8 8th Semester    ENEE600030 Skripsi Final Project 4   Pilihan Elective 9 ENEE600106 Komunikasi Nirkabel Wireless Communication 3 ENEE600107 Divais Sistem Komunikasi Communication System Device 3 Subtotal 19 PEMINATAN KELOMPOK ILMU TENAGA LISTRIK MAJOR ELECTRICAL POWER ENGINEERING   KODE MATA AJARAN SUBJECT SKS   Semester 6 6 Semester th   ENEE600023 Kerja Praktek Internship 2 ENEE600024 Teknik Telekomunikasi Telecommunication Engineering 3 Praktikum Teknik Telekomu- ENEE600025 nikasi Telecommunication Engineering Laboratory 1 ENEE600026 Algoritma dan Pemrograman Algorithm and Programming 3 161 .

ENEE600027 Pengukuran Besaran Listrik Electrical Measurements 2 ENEE600028 Praktikum Pengukuran Besaran Electrical Measurements Laboratory 1 Listrik Elektronika Daya dan Prak- PROGRAM ENEE600201 tikum Power Electronics and Laboratory 3 UNDERGRADUATE Manajemen dan Ekonomi ENEE600202 Teknik Engineering Economy and Management 3 Subtotal 18   Semester 7 7th Semester   ENEE600029 Seminar Seminar 2 ENCE601023 Rekayasa dan kewirausahaan Engineering Entrepreneurship 2   Pilihan Elective 6 ENEE600203 Sistem Tenaga Listrik dan Electric Power Systems and Laboratory 3 Praktikum ENEE600204 Konversi Tenaga Listrik Electric Energy Conversion 3 ENEE600205 Teknik Tegangan dan Arus High Voltage and Current Engineering and 3 Tinggi dan Praktikum Laboratory Subtotal 19   Semester 8 8th Semester    ENEE600030 Skripsi Final Project 4   Pilihan Elective 9 ENEE600206 Distribusi dan Transmisi Electric Power Transmission and Distribution 3 Tenaga Listrik ENEE600207 Proteksi Sistem Listrik Electric Power System Protection 3 Subtotal 19 MAJOR ELECTRICAL ELECTRONICS ENGINEER- PEMINATAN KELOMPOK ILMU ELEKTRONIKA   ING KODE MATA AJARAN SUBJECT SKS   Semester 6 6 Semester th   ENEE600023 Kerja Praktek Internship 2 ENEE600024 Teknik Telekomunikasi Telecommunication Engineering 3 Praktikum Teknik Telekomu- Telecommunication Engineering Laboratory ENEE600025 nikasi 1 ENEE600026 Algoritma dan Pemrograman Algorithm and Programming 3 ENEE600027 Pengukuran Besaran Listrik Electrical Measurements 2 ENEE600028 Praktikum Pengukuran Besaran Electrical Measurements Laboratory 1 Listrik ENEE600301 Desain CMOS Analog CMOS Analog Design 3 Teknologi Proses dan Prak- ENEE600302 tikum Processing Technology and Laboratory 3 Subtotal 18 162 .

  Semester 7 7th Semester   ENEE600029 Seminar Seminar 2 ENCE601023 Rekayasa dan kewirausahaan Engineering Entrepreneurship 2 UNDERGRADUATE   Pilihan Elective 6 PROGRAM Divais Fotonik dan Praktikum ENEE600303 Photonic Devices and Optional Laboratory 3 Pilihan ENEE600304 VLSI VLSI 3 ENEE600305 Dasar Nanoelektronika Fundamental of Nanoelectronics 3 Subtotal 19   Semester 8 8th Semester    ENEE600030 Skripsi Final Project 4   Pilihan Elective 9 ENEE600306 Sel Surya Solar Cell 3 ENEE600307 MEMS dan Sensor Mikro MEMS and Microsensors 3 Subtotal 19 PEMINATAN KELOMPOK ILMU KENDALI MAJOR ELECTRICAL CONTROL ENGINEERING   KODE MATA AJARAN SUBJECT SKS   Semester 6 6th Semester   ENEE600023 Kerja Praktek Internship 2 ENEE600024 Teknik Telekomunikasi Telecommunication Engineering 3 Praktikum Teknik Telekomu- ENEE600025 nikasi Telecommunication Engineering Laboratory 1 ENEE600026 Algoritma dan Pemrograman Algorithm and Programming 3 ENEE600027 Pengukuran Besaran Listrik Electrical Measurements 2 ENEE600028 Praktikum Pengukuran Besaran Electrical Measurements Laboratory 1 Listrik ENEE600401 Sistem Kendali Dijital Digital Control Systems 3 ENEE600402 Sistem Kendali Proses Process Control Systems 3 Subtotal 18   Semester 7 7th Semester   ENEE600029 Seminar Seminar 2 ENCE601023 Rekayasa dan kewirausahaan Engineering Entrepreneurship 2   Pilihan Elective 6 ENEE600403 Robotika Robotics 3 Sistem Kendali Penggerak ENEE600404 Elektrik Electric Drive Control Systems 3 Pemodelan dan Identifikasi ENEE600405 Sistem Modeling and System Identification 3 Subtotal 19 163 .

While in 5th year. In Universitas Indonesia. students are able to choose the fast track subjects in S2 semester 1 and 2 as the electives. 164 . this program has been in its 2nd year of implementation. In the 4th year of their study (7th and 8th semes- ter). Elective Course Odd Semester KODE MATA AJARAN SUBJECT SKS ENEE601108 Topik Khusus (Telekomunikasi 1) Special Course (Telecommunications 1) 3 ENEE601208 Kualitas Daya Sistem Tenaga Listrik Electrical Power System Quality 3 ENEE601308 Rekayasa Optik dan Praktikum Optical Engineering and Laboratory 3 Adaptive and Predictive Control Sys- ENEE601408 Sistem Kendali Prediktif dan Adaptif 3 tems Even Semester ENEE601109 Topik Khusus (Telekomunikasi 2) Special Course (Telecommunications 2) 3 ENEE601209 Utilisasi Tenaga Listrik Electric Power Utilization 3 ENEE601210 Topik Khusus (Tenaga Listrik) Special Course (Electrical Power) 3 ENEE601309 Perancangan RFIC RFIC Design 3 ENEE601410 Topik Khusus (Kendali) Special Course (Control) 3 ENEE601109 Topik Khusus (Telekomunikasi 2) Special Course (Telecommunications 2) 3 Fast-Track (S1 and S2) Program This program integrates the S1 and S2 for 5 years. To complete both S1 and S2 program in Fast Track Program. students can concentrate on completing S2 subjects and ends with the thesis. especially in the Department of Electrical Engineering. students should attain 170 SKS in 5 years.   Semester 8 8th Semester    ENEE600030 Skripsi Final Project 4   Pilihan Elective 9 PROGRAM ENEE600406 Mekatronika Mechatronics 3 UNDERGRADUATE ENEE600407 Sistem Berbasis Pengetahuan Knowledge Based System 3 Subtotal 19 Table 3. for the academic year 2012/2013. instead of 144 SKS for S1 and 41 SKS for S2 in regular program.

Wireless Communication (3) Communication System Device (3) Total CREDIT (19) Total CREDIT (9) Total CREDIT for Fast-track Program (19) Applied Mathematics (3) Digital Signal Processing (3) Wireless Medical Engineering (3) 3 3. Advanced RF Engineering (3) Pre-Thesis (3) Total CREDIT (15) Total CREDIT for Fast-track Program (14) Modeling and System Engineering (3) 4 Thesis (8) 4. Coding and Modulation Tech- niques (3) Antenna and Propagation (3) Optical Communications (3) Total CREDIT (19) Total CREDIT (6) Total CREDIT for Fast-track Program (19) Advanced Communication Systems (3) Elective (9) Optical Communication Networks (3) Advanced Antenna (3) 8 2 Final Project (4) 2. Electric Power Systems and Labo- ratory (3) Electric Energy Conversion (3) High Voltage and Current Engi- neering and Laboratory (3) Total CREDIT (19) Total CREDIT (6) 165 Total CREDIT for Fast-track Program (19) . Semes- UNDERGRADUATE No Courses (CREDIT) Courses (CREDIT) ter ter PROGRAM Advanced Mobile Broadband System Elective (6) (3) Radar Systems (3) Seminar (2) 7 Engineering Entrepreneurship (2) 1 1. Semes- No Courses (CREDIT) Courses (CREDIT) ter ter Power Generation Operation and Elective (6) Control (3) Electrical Power System Quality (3) Seminar (2) 7 Engineering Entrepreneurship (2) 1 1.Fast-Track (S1 and S2) Electrical Engineering Program Curriculum MAJOR TELECOMMUNICATION ENGINEERING Curriculum S1 Curriculum S2 Semes. Total CREDIT (11) Total CREDIT for Fast-track Program (11) MAJORING ELECTRICAL POWER ENGINEERING Curriculum S1 Curriculum S2 Semes.

Semes- No Courses (CREDIT) Courses (CREDIT) ter ter Electronics Physics (3) Elective (6) Photonic Devices (3) Seminar (2) Engineering Entrepreneurship (2) 7 Photonic Devices and Optional 1 1. Elective (3) Pre-Thesis (3) Total CREDIT (15) Total CREDIT for Fast-track Program (15) Modeling and System Engineering (3) 4 Thesis (8) 4. Laboratory (3) VLSI (3) Fundamental of Nanoelectron- ics (3) Total CREDIT (19) Total CREDIT (6) Total CREDIT for Fast-track Program (19) Solid State Device (3) Elective (9) Heterostructure Devices (3) Applied Microelectronics (3) 8 2 Final Project (4) 2. Energy Management and Economics (3) PROGRAM Elective (9) Industrial Power Electronics (3) UNDERGRADUATE Elective (3) 8 2 Final Project (4) 2. Electric Power Transmission and Distribution (3) Electric Power System Protection (3) Total CREDIT (19) Total CREDIT (9) Total CREDIT for Fast-track Program (19) Applied Mathematics (3) New and Renewable Energy (3) Electrical Power System Planning (3) 3 3. Total CREDIT (11) Total CREDIT for Fast-track Program (11) MAJORING ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING Curriculum S1 Curriculum S2 Semes. Solar Cell (3) MEMS and Microsensors (3) Total CREDIT (19) Total CREDIT (9) Total CREDIT for Fast-track Program (19) 166 .

Applied Mathematics (3) Integrated Circuit Theory (3) UNDERGRADUATE Elective (3) 3 3. Final Project (4) Mechatronics (3) Knowledge Based System (3) Total CREDIT (19) Total CREDIT (9) Total CREDIT for Fast-track Program (19) Applied Mathematics (3) Multivariable Control Systems (3) Model Predictive Control (3) 3 3. Total CREDIT (11) Total CREDIT for Fast-track Program (11) MAJORING CONTROL ENGINEERING Curriculum S1 Curriculum S2 No Semes. PROGRAM Elective (3) Pre-Thesis (3) Total CREDIT (15) Total CREDIT for Fast-track Program (14) Modeling and System Engineering (3) 4 Thesis (8) 4. Elective (3) Pre-Thesis (3) Total CREDIT (15) Total CREDIT for Fast-track Program (15) Modeling and System Engineering (3) 4 Thesis (8) 4. Semes- Courses (CREDIT) Courses (CREDIT) ter ter Analog and Digital Control (3) Elective (6) Measurement and Process Control (3) Seminar (2) Engineering Entrepreneurship (2) 7 Robotics (3) 1 1. Electric Drive Control Systems (3) Modeling and System Identifica- tion (3) Total CREDIT (19) Total CREDIT (6) Total CREDIT for Fast-track Program (19) Intelligent Robotics (3) Elective (9) Adaptive and Optimal Control (3) Elective (3) 8 2 2. Total CREDIT (11) Total CREDIT for Fast-track Program (11) 167 .

1 ENEE610015 Signals and Systems 3 neering Laboratory  ENEE610024 Telecommunication 3 ENEE610027 Electrical Measurements 2 Engineering  ENEE610025 Telecommunication 1 ENEE610028 Electrical Measurements 1 Engineering Laboratory Laboratory   Subtotal 18 Subtotal 19 Year 3 Semester 5 UI Year 3 Semester 6 UI CODE Subject Credit CODE Subject Credit  ENEE610031 Numerical Computation 2 ENEE610023 Internship 2 UIGE610004 Integrated Character 6  ENEE610019 Control Systems 3 Building Subject B (So- cial & Humanities)  ENEE610020 Control Systems Labo. Course Structure of Undergraduate Programme in Electrical Engineering (International) Year 1 Semester 1 UI Year 1 Semester 2 UI CODE Subject Credit CODE Subject Credit  ENGE610003 Basic Physics 1 4 ENGE610004 Basic Physics 2 4 PROGRAM  UIGE610002 Academic Writing 3 ENEE610016 Electrical Materials 2 UNDERGRADUATE  UIGE610003 Sports/Arts 1 ENGE610002 Linear Algebra 4  ENGE610001 Calculus 4 ENEE610007 Electronic Devices 2 Health. ENEE610307 MEMS and Microsensor 3 tory UIGE610001 Integrated Character 6 ENEE610204 Electric Energy Conver. 1 UIGE610005-9 Religion 2 ratory  ENEE610021 Microprocessor and 4 ENEE610401 Digital Control Systems 3 Microcontroller  ENEE610022 Microprocessor and 1 Microcontroller Labora. 3  ENEE610026 3 ming tic Process Engineering Mathemat-  ENEE610004 Electric Circuit 3 ENEE610011 3 ics 2 Electric Circuit Labora-  ENEE610005 1 ENEE610012 Electronic Circuits 3 tory Engineering Mathemat. 1 Introduction to Digital puter Engineering System Laboratory Laboratory       Subtotal 18 Subtotal 18   Year 2 Semester 3 UI Year 2 Semester 4 UI CODE Subject Credit CODE Subject Credit Algorithm and Program. 2  ENEE610001 3 System puter Engineering  ENEE610002 1 ENCE610004 Introduction to Com. Tehnology & Health) 168 ENEE610103 Coding and Modulation 3  ENEE610201 Power Electronic 3 Techniques   Subtotal 20 Subtotal 22 . ENEE610010 Probability and Stochas. ENEE610003 Fundamental of Electri. 3 Building Subject A sion (Science. Safety & Envi. 3  ENGE610008 2 ronment cal Engineering Introduction to Digital ENCE610003 Introduction to Com. Electronic Circuits  ENEE610006 3 ENEE610013 1 ics 1 Laboratory Electrical Power Engi-  ENEE610017 3 ENEE610014 Electromagnetic 3 neering  ENEE610018 Electrical Power Engi.

The 2012 curriculum will be applied starting from Term I of Academic Year 2012/2013 (August 2012) and will end at Term II of Academic Year 2016/2017. the following applies: • For students who have passed the compulsory course. They stil have the same name and same credit load. where the 2012 curriculum for the 2nd. the 2012 curriculum for the 1st. • AND. and 7th semesters will be implemented in full for all Bachelor Programs in Faculty of Engineering Universitas Indonesia. Starting in Term I of academic year 2012/2013. they can include the credits as calculated compulsory courses’ credits in order to complete the 144 credits require- ment for completion of the Bachelor Program. Students who have not yet passed the compulsory courses in the 2008 curriculum are re- quired to take the same or equal courses from the 2012 curriculum. 3   tems  ENEE610206 Electric Power Trans. If a course from the 2008 curriculum is no longer available and there is no equal or substitute course listed within the 2012 curriculum. For courses integration. 3. 6th. 5. once the 2012 curriculum is applied. 3 mission and Distribu. • For students who have not yet passed the compulsory courses. 5th. means: students must pass both courses from the 2008 curriculum. only courses contained within the 2012 cur- riculum will be available. 7. students must take an equal or substitute course from the 2012 curriculum. If a compulsory course from the 2008 curriculum is modified into an elective course in the 2012 curriculum. 4. and 8th semesters will be imple- mented in full for all Bachelor Programs in Faculty of Engineering Universitas Indonesia. 2 ENEE610305 Fundamental of Nano 3 neurship Electronics  ENEE610303 Photonic Devices and 3 ENEE610105 Optical Communications 3 Optional Laboratory  ENEE610102 Communication Net. 169 . they may take elec- tive courses or new compulsory courses from the 2012 curriculum to complete the 144 credits requirement for completion of the Bachelor Program. they can include the cradit of the courses as calculated compulsory course within the 144 credits requirement for completion of the Bachelor Program. If students fail in either one of these courses. means: if students have passed one of the courses from the 2008 curriculum. 4th. 6. Basically. while the courses within the 2008 curriculum will no longer be available. the courses do not change. The same will be applied for Term II of academic year 2012/2013. 2. Students can refer to the below equivalance table to look for equal courses. If courses from the 2008 curriculum are not listed in the table.   tion   Subtotal 16 Subtotal 13 Transition Policy from the 2008 to the 2012 Curricullum Bachelor Program of Faculty of Engineering Universitas Indonesia 1. They may take elective course to cover the shortage of credits. academic year 2012/2013. the following policy applies: • OR. There will be a one year transition period. they are no longer required to take the course from the 2012 curriculum. 3 ENEE610405 Modelling and System 3 works Identification  ENEE610402 Process Control Sys.   Year 4 Semester 7 UI Year 4 Semester 8 UI CODE Subject Credit CODE Subject Credit UNDERGRADUATE  ENEE610029 Seminar 2 ENEE610030 Final Project 4 PROGRAM  ENCE611023 Engineering Entrepre. the following policy applies: • For students who have passed the compulsory courses. 3rd.

Tabel Course Equivalence for S1 Electrical Engineering Program Kurikulum 2008 Kurikulum 2012 Nama mata kuliah SKS Nama mata kuliah SKS MPKT 6 MPKT A 6 . they may take an equal or substitute course or a new compulsory course from the 2012 curricu- lum. if taken as a repeat course or newly taken course. New compulsory courses from the 2012 curriculum can be considered as elective courses for students of class 2010 and above. The required minimum number of credits for completion of the bachelor program is 144 credits. 11. MPKT B 6 Dasar Teknik Elektro 4 Dasar Teknik Elektro 3 . with the following composition: 120 credits of compulsory courses and a minimum of 24 credits for elective courses. Shortage of credits due to the change of curriculum can be compensated by taking elective courses or new compulsory courses from the 2012 cur- riculum. On a special ocassion. During the transition period (academic year 2012/2013). If there is a change in the number of credit load for a course. Same or equal courses with different credit load. Pengantar Sistem Dijital 2 Praktikum Pengantar Sistem . courses which availability are modified from Term I to Term II (and vice versa) in the 2012 curricu- lum will be available for both semesters or several parallel classes of these courses will be opened. Rekayasa dan Kewirausahaan 2 Pilihan (Semester 7) 3 Pilihan (Semester 7) 6 Peminatan Kelompok Ilmu Peminatan Kelompok Ilmu 12 9 (Semester 7) (Semester 7) Pilihan (Semester 8) 7 Pilihan (Semester 8) 9 170 . 9. 1 Dijital Pengantar Teknik Komputer 3 Dasar Komputer 3 Praktikum Pengantar Teknik Kom- 1 Praktikum Dasar Komputer 1 puter Rangkaian Listrik 4 Rangkaian Listrik 3 Divais Elektronika 4 Divais Elektronika 2 Statistik dan Probabilitas 3 Probabilitas & Proses Stokastik 3 Rangkaian Elektronika 4 Rangkaian Elektronika 3 Praktikum Rangkaian Elektronika 2 Praktikum Rangkaian Elektronika 1 Elektromagnetika 4 Elektromagnetika 3 Komputasi Numerik 4 Komputasi Numerik 2 Teknik Tenaga Listrik 4 Teknik Tenaga Listrik 3 Sistem Kendali 4 Sistem Kendali 3 Mikroprosesor dan Mikrokon- Mikroprosesor 4 4 troler Praktikum Mikroprosesor dan Praktikum Mikroprosesor 1 1 Mikrokontroler Teknik Telekomunikasi 4 Teknik Telekomunikasi 3 . 10. • For students who have not yet passed the compulsory course. the number of credit which will be calculated for completion of the Bachelor Program is the number of credit load ap- PROGRAM plied during the time the course was taken. will be listed with their new UNDERGRADUATE names and will be calculated in accordance to their new credit load (see below equiva- lence tables of courses). 8.

Transmission and 12 Propagation Electives / Minor 12 Subtotal 48 Subtotal 48 Year 4 Semester 7 (QUT) July Year 4 Semester 8 (QUT) Code Course Title Credit Code Course Title Credit ENB241 Software Systems Design 12 BEB801 Project 1 12 ENB301 Instrumentation and Control 12 ENB344 Industrial Electronics 12 ENB346 Digital Communications 12 ENB345 Advanced Design and 12 Professional Practice   Electives / Minor 12 Subtotal 36 Subtotal 48 Course Structure of Electrical Engineering at University of Queensland For July Intake Year 3 Semester 5 (UQ) July Year 3 Semester 6 (UQ) March Code Course Title Credit Code Course Title Credit MATH2010 Analysis of Ordinary 1 ENGG2800 Team Project 1 2 Differential Equation ELEC3002 Computational Techniques 2 STAT2201 Analysis of Engineering and 1 in Electrical Engineering Scientific Data Part B1 Introductory 2 Part B1 Introductory Elective 2 Elective Part B1 Introductory Elective 2 General Elective 2 General Elective 2 Subtotal 8 Subtotal 8 Year 4 Semester 7 (UQ) July Year 4 Semester 8 (UQ) Code Course Title Credit Code Course Title Credit ENGG4802 Thesis Project 4 ENGG4802 Thesis Project 4 ENGG3800 Team Project 2 2 Part B2 Advanced Elective 2 Part B2 Advanced Elective 2 Part B2 Advanced Elective 2 General Elective 2 General Elective 2 Subtotal 10 Subtotal 10 171 . UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM Course Structure of Electrical Engineering at QUT For July Intake Year 3 Semester 5 (QUT) July Year 3 Semester 6 (QUT) Feb Code Course Title Credit Code Course Title Credit ENB340 Power Systems and Machines 12 ENB244 Microprocessors and Digital 12 ENB342 Signals. 12 Systems forms ENB245 Introduction To Design and 12 MAB233 Engineering Mathematics 3 12 Professional Practice Electives / Minor 12 ENB343 Fields. Systems and Trans.

Introductory Electives Code Course Title Credit COMS3100 Introduction to Communications 2 CSSE3000 Digital System Design 2 ELEC3100 Fundamentals of Electromagnetic Fields & Waves 2 ELEC3300 Electrical Energy Conversion & Utilisation 2 ELEC3400 Electronic Circuits 2 ELEC3600 Signal & Image Processing I 2 METR3200 Introduction to Control Systems 2 B2 .Other Electives Code Course Title Credit MATH1050 Mathematical Foundations 2 172 .Advanced Electives Code Course Title Credit COMS4100 Digital Communications 2 COMS4103 Photonics 2 COMS4104 Microwave Subsystems & Antennas 2 CSSE4001 Computer System Design Project 2 ELEC4300 Power Systems Analysis 2 ELEC4400 Advanced Electronic & Power Electronics Design 2 ELEC4600 Signal & Image Processing II 2 METR4202 Advanced Control & Robotics 2 B3 . PROGRAM UNDERGRADUATE List of Electives at UQ (is called Part B Electives) B1 .Coverage Electives Code Course Title Credit COMP2303 Network & Operating Systems Principles 2 COMP2304 Programming for Engineering Systems 2 COMP4702 Machine Learning 2 COMS3200 Computer Networks I 2 CSSE2002 Programming in the Large 2 ELEC3401 Medical & Industrial Instrumentation 2 ELEC3601 Introduction to Image Formation 2 ELEC4302 Power System Protection 2 ELEC4320 Modern Asset Management and Condition Monitoring in Power System 2 ELEC4601 Medical Imaging 2 ENGG4000 Introduction to Systems Engineering 2 ENGG4800 Project Management 2 B4 .

5 Engineering Subtotal 100 Subtotal 100 Year 4 Semester 7 (Curtin) July Year 4 Semester 8 (Curtin) Code Course Title Credit Code Course Title Credit 12844 Engineering Project 25 12838 Engineering Project 25 12847 Data Communication and 25 308795 Communication Signal 25 Computer Networks Processing 12849 Mobile Radio Communica. UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM 308711 Electrical Power Engineering Stream Year 3 Semester 5 (Curtin) July Year 3 Semester 6 (Curtin) Feb Code Course Title Credit Code Course Title Credit 308784 Power Systems Protection 25 12831 Power Systems Analysis 25 11500 Electrical Machines 25 300786 Renewable Energy 25 12835 Power Electronics 25 Principles 307667 Engineering Project Manage. 12.5 tions Development Elective from List II 25 307675 Engineering Economics 12. Electrical Power Engineering) Elective List I (Curtin.5 308798 Control Systems 25 ment 12855 Embedded Systems 25 307664 Engineering Law 12. Course Structure of Electrical Engineering at Curtin University Curtin provides 3 streams to choose: (i) Electrical Power Engineering. There will be slight change in the structure of curriculum of the first 2 years at UI for students who are interested to continue to Curtin.5 Elective from List I 25 Subtotal 100 Subtotal 75 173 .5 & Distribution 307660 Engineering Sustainable 12.5 Elective from List II 25 Development Elective from List I 25 Subtotal 100 Subtotal 100 Elective List II (Curtin. (ii) Electronics and Communication Engineering. 12. 25 307660 Engineering Sustainable 12. (iii) Computer Engineering.5 Engineering Subtotal 100 Subtotal 100 Year 4 Semester 7 (Curtin) July Year 4 Semester 8 (Curtin) Code Course Title Credit Code Course Title Credit 12844 Engineering Project 25 12838 Engineering Project 25 308787 Instrumentation and Control 25 308785 Power Electronic and Drives 25 301302 Electric Power Transmission 25 307675 Engineering Economics 12. Electrical Power Engineering) Year 4 Semester 7 (Curtin) July Year 4 Semester 8 (Curtin) Feb Code Course Title Credit Code Course Title Credit 12861 Renewable Energy Systems 25 302915 Electric Utility Engineering 25 12834 Digital Signal Processing 25 12856 Microprocessors 25 308710 Electronic and Communications Engineering Stream Year 3 Semester 5 (Curtin) July Year 3 Semester 6 (Curtin) Feb Code Course Title Credit Code Course Title Credit 12845 Communications Engineering 25 10165 Communications 25 9415 Electronic Design 25 Engineering 12834 Digital Signal Processing 25 9414 Electronic Design 25 307667 Engineering Project Manage.5 308798 Control Systems 25 ment 12855 Embedded Systems 25 307664 Engineering Law 12.

25 neering 12845 Instrumentation and Control 25 174 .5 12838 Engineering Project 25 307667 Engineering Project Manage. 25 Propagation ing 12856 Microprocessors 25 308709 Computer Systems Engineering Stream Year 3 Semester 5 (Curtin) July Year 3 Semester 6 (Curtin) Feb Code Course Title Credit Code Course Title Credit 308791 Computer Systems Engineer. Electronic and Communications Eng.5 Development Elective 25 307675 Engineering Economics 12.) (Curtin.5 307664 Engineering Law 12. 25 308785 Power Electronics and 25 ror Control Coding Drives 308787 Instrumentation and Control 25 308796 Electromagnetic 25 308791 Computer Systems Engineer. PROGRAM UNDERGRADUATE Elective List II Elective List I (Curtin. 25 308798 Control Systems 25 neering 12855 Embedded Systems 25 12834 Digital Signal Processing 25 Engineering Subtotal 100 Subtotal 100 Year 4 Semester 7 (Curtin) July Year 4 Semester 8 (Curtin) Code Course Title Credit Code Course Title Credit 12844 Engineering Project 12. Computer Systems Engineering ) Year 4 Semester 7 (Curtin) July Code Course Title Credit 302497 Advanced Computer Engi. 25 308793 Theory of Computation 25 ment 301 12856 Microprocessors 25 12859 Computer Structures 25 307660 Engineering Sustainable 12. 25 308790 Foundations of Computer 25 ing Engineering 12847 Data Communication and 25 308792 Real Time Operating 25 Computer Networks Systems 308794 Embedded Software Engi.5 Subtotal 100 Subtotal 100 Elective List II (Curtin. Electronic and Communications Eng.) Year 4 Semester 7 (Curtin) July Year 4 Semester 8 (Curtin) Feb Code Course Title Credit Code Course Title Credit 308797 Information Theory and Er.

and Demultiplexer. OR Refer to Page 81 and NOT. D ENGE610001 and JK flip-flops: Ripple Counter. “Digital Design with CPLD Ap- plications and VHDL”. 4th Edition BASIC CHEMISTRY (International Edition). Prentice-Hall. 2004 ENGE600004 ENEE600002 BASIC PHYSICS 2 ENEE610002 4 SKS I N T R O D U C T I O N TO D I G I TA L S Y S T E M Refer to Page 81 LABORATORY 1 SKS ENGE600002 Learnig Objectives: the completion of the ENGE610002 subject. Prentice-Hall. Com- binational Logics with Multiplexers and Decoder: ENGE600001 Full Adder. WORK SAFETY.Description of Subjects UIGE600005-9 UIGE610005-9 UIGE600001 RELIGIOUS STUDIES UIGE610001 2 SKS MPKT A / INTEGRATED CHARACTER BUILDING A Refer to Page 80-81 UNDERGRADUATE 6 SKS PROGRAM Refer to Page 78 ENGE600008 ENGE610008 UIGE600004 HEALTH. implementation UIGE600003 and verification of digital logic circuits. Kime. 2007 Refer to Page 79 2. 2nd Edition. simulation and Refer to Page 78 implementation of integrated digital circuit using programmable logic devices. Digital Arithmetic (Half Adder.M. Multiple combinational switches. Syllabus: Boolean algebra and logic gates. binary memory unit: SR latch. Ring counter 4 SKS and BCD counter. Multiplexer. Encoder. ENGE610003 ISBN-13: 978-1401840303 BASIC PHYSICS 1 3. and Comparator. Delmar Cengage Learn- ENGE600003 ing. Flip-Flop and Counter. Full Adder. 1 SKS Syllabus: Introduction to logic gates AND. De- Refer to Page 79 coder. AND ENVIROMENT UIGE610004 2 SKS MPKT B / INTEGRATED CHARACTER BUILDING B Refer to Page 82 6 SKS Refer to Page 78 ENEE600001 ENEE610001 UIGE600002 INTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL SYSTEM ENGLISH 2 SKS UIGE610002 Learning Objectives: This courses is intended ACADEMIC WRITING to make students to understand various levels of digital system design and implementation either 3 SKS using simple logic gates to utilizing Programmable Refer to Page 78 Logic Devices. This course includes several laboratory practices in design. students are expected to be able LINEAR ALGEBRA to design a finite state machine and able to 4 SKS implement a simple digital circuit design. Robert Dueck. 2004.” Logic and Com- 4 SKS puter Design Fundamentals”. ISBN-10: 1401840302. “Digital Design”. Register and Serial/Parallel Operations. Register and CALCULUS Counter: Universal Shift register. Mano and C. VHDL. 3 rd Edition Refer to Page 79 (International Edition). M. Morris Mano. Tools UIGE610003 such as Xilinx and other digital circuit simulation SPORTS / ARTS software will be used. 175 . design. ENGE600010 Prerequisites: None ENGE610010 Text Books: 1. M.R.

Scott. Johnny R. complex Prerequisites: Calculus.. selection of 1. two port circuit. Hilburry. Cauchy integral and residue integration. depen. circuit. AC steady–state Electric Circuit Laboratory Workbook – High Volt- power. Johnson.. M. frequency. “Advanced Engineering Math- frequency. Laplace and Poisson. Wiley Publisher 2006 Fourier series review. Inc. active filter circuit. divergence. Johnson. Prentice Hall amp. dent sources and op. Johnson... students will be able to use complex Circuits”. equations. Morris Mano. dot electric circuit. resistif circuit. 1997 (Chapter 10-17) 3 SKS Learning Objectives: This courses is intended ENEE600005 to introduce electrical engineering students the ENEE610005 fundamental of electrical engineering. sinusoidal sources and phasor. Riedel. “Electric Circuit ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS 1 Analysis”. James W. ENEE610004 Syllabus: Complex numbers and functions. 2000 (Chapter 11-18) 2. magnetic coupled circuit. and use Laplace real integrals using complex functions. de Moiv’re theorem. AC steady–state analysis. energy stored element. 2. Cauchy-Riemann star and delta circuits. analysis method. Nilsson. Peter D. to use Cauchy integral method in the integral of ENEE600004 cartesius and polar coordinate. current source using : superposition network re- and are not assumed or required as prerequisite duction technique. complex tion. “Electric 2. three phase system power. Introduction to Digital System Laboratory Text Books: Workbook – Digital Laboratory 1. Syllabus: Balanced three phase circuit. second–order circuits. Riedel. vector operation. 1. students are expected to be able equipments. David E. to apply Cauchy tional Inc. 2nd Edition. AC steady state power. 6th Edition. Prentice Hall Interna- FUNDAMENTAL OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING tional. AC steady state analysis. Prerequisites: Fundamental of Electrical Engi- energy–storage elements. 3rd Edition. (Chapter 1-10) Riemann method in Laplace and Poisson equation. curl of complex function. 2007 tional Inc. sinusoidal sources and Text Books: phasors. analysis methods. 1997. Johnson. Erwin Kreyszig. Learning Objectives: : At the completion of cuits which are the base of electrical engineering this course. 3 SKS tional. amps. course. frequency of a electric circuit. neering. Prentice Hall Interna. Prentice-Hall. “Digital Design”. limit of complex functions. James W. 2000. first–order circuits. David E. dot and cross prod- 3 SKS uct. polar ELECTRIC CIRCUIT form. Susan A. (Chapter 1-9) Learning Objectives: At the completion of the 2. 4th Edition Circuits”. age And Electrical Measurement Laboratory Prerequisites: Calculus Text Books: ENEE600006 1. Prentice Hall Interna- PROGRAM (International Edition). source equations. Johnny R. Susan A. Thevenin Norton equivalent background. Prerequisites: None Prerequisites: Fundamental of Electrical Engi- Text Books: neering. At the ELECTRIC CIRCUIT LABORATORY completion of the subject. 3rd Edition. del. students are expected to be able to use analytic and harmonic function. John UNDERGRADUATE ENEE600003 L. complex integra- conductor. laplace transform circuit. Loop and node equations in sinusoidal Syllabus: Introduction. Peter D. Publisher 1999 first order circuit. circuit with fourier trans. “Electric Circuit ENEE610003 Analysis”. ematics”. 176 . resistive circuits. vector and Fourier transform also with its inverse in in 2-space and 3-space. Hilburry. 6th Edition. The method of analyzing the subjects to understand basic circuit and logic concept of are based on physical laws and mathematics electrical and eletronic. Scott. Learning Objectives: : At the completion of this gradient. second order circuit. Inc. “Advanced Modern Engineer- form. Prentice Hall Interna. functions in electric circuits. students will develop 3 SKS skills in designing and analyzing AC and DC cir. Nilsson. “Electric subject. calculate phase current. Laplace Text Books: transform. routinely required by engineering students which Syllabus: Analysis and design of DC voltage and are raised in limited and self contained manner. 9th Edition. dependent sources and op ing Mathematics”. and cross. Glyn James. Derivative. John ENEE610006 L.

Gauss. G. UK. Learning Objectives: At the completion of this course. De- 2. divergence and curl of covering Computers 2011: Living in a Digital vector. Fourier Technology in Action (TiA). del. ratio test. 1 SKS Prerequisites: Engineering Mathematics 1. students are expected to be able to ap- language. line and surface integral. introduction to basic computer Learning Objectives: At the completion of the network. R. Text Books: phisical electronics of semiconductor junction dan Basic Computer Laboratory Workbook – Digital MOS devices. and Z transform. Learning Objectives: Students are expected to Prerequisites: None be able to elaborate the probability and stochastic Text Books: concepts. to use Laplace. comparison test. Semiconductor devices. prob- 1994 ability transforms. Learning Objectives: At the completion of this Syllabus: Introduction to computer hardware UNDERGRADUATE course. and software. 2011 electromagnetic field. Vermaat. ENEE600008 entropy. NJ: Prentice Hall. Taylor and Maclaurin series. to determine the Prerequisites: Introduction to Digital System convergence of series. Kendall Martin. Wiley and Sons ger. and C.” Elsevier. 2007 test. to convert a function into Text Books: Taylor MacLaurint and Fourier series. definition of order. Course Technology. Guojun Lu. Sodini. Syllabus: Modelling microelectronic devices. students are expected to be able to for Distributed Multimedia Systems. relation of electrical behaviour to Laboratory internal physical process. Fourier and ENEE600009 Fourier series in complex form. rivative.” John explain computer either its utilization or dan. mathematical ex- and Circuits”. ENEE610010 lyze and design bipolar and field effect transistor. the use in ing. Upper electrical engineering problems in specific. also benefit of use 2. random variable 2. integral Edition.ENEE600007 identify any operation in computer peripheral. 3 SKS Physics-based models. Luis Correia. probability distribution function. and use for 1. T. Dis. PROBABILITY AND STOCHASTIC PROCESS Semiconductor physics. “Microelec. ENEE610011 Syllabus: Introduction to computer. gradient. Prerequisites: Introduction to Digital System basic microelectronic device analysis and design. flowchart. Pearson Education. introduction to C subject. basic programming. stochastic process concepts. 2006 design simple algorithm in flowchart and able to implement the algorithm in program by using ENEE600011 programming language. divergence Gauss and Stoke tured program in C language. function linearization. Shelly and Misty E. algorithm. students are expected to be able to 177 . ply Green theorem. pectation. Laplace. Raabe test. 5th and series type. Alan Evans. introduction ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS 2 to computer hardware. 3 SKS puter software. BASIC COMPUTER Prerequisites: None 3 SKS Text Books: Learning Objectives: At the completion of this 1. students are expected to be able to un. random walk. struc. spectrum. series test. and able to identify 3 SKS troubleshooting in computer network system. to computer network trouble shooting. root test.. “Microelectronic Devices and probability distributions. Prentice-Hall. Cengage Learn. introduction to com. program control in C language. 1996 Syllabus: Probability concepts. The course uses ENEE600010 incremental and large signal techniques to ana. Fourier BASIC COMPUTER LABORATORY and Z transform. Howe. Saddle River. C. Deitel And Deitel. “Mobile Broadband Multimedia of computer network includes internet. divergence World. Markov process. Mary Anne Poatsy. introduction PROGRAM derstand principle of electronic devices. able to Networks. Stoke. for line and surface integral. software or hardware. central limit theorem. New York. Gauss test. series 3. 2006 Syllabus: The use and operation of vector. C How to Program. Fonstad. NY: McGraw-Hill. cepts to solve engineering problems in general and tronics: An Integrated Approach”. and Green theorem. and understand the uses and limitations of various models. 2nd Edition. to use probability and stochastic con- 1. ENEE610007 able to design a simple program by using high ELECTRONIC DEVICES level programming language. mean square estimation. “Communication and Computing course. G. Gary B.

2005 2. Schafer. System functions. elektromagnetic wave. Text Books: windows. wave . able to analyze BJT application Learning Objectives: This course is intended to circuits : small-signal and large-signal models introduce students about the tools and techniques in electronic circuits and able to analyze FET for analyzing analog and digital signals. struction. 1. Laplace and Hilbert function. students are expected to be able to imple- ment Maxwell Law 1. and op amp John R. dielectric polarization. electric material classificaitions. two stages. students are expected Syllabus: Basic principles of diode. continuous time systems. JFET. and to identify atomic bond- ing in solid material. JFET. filter design. 2. char. Prentice Hall. dielectric Learning Objectives: At the completion of this polarization. able to design IRR and plications. one stage ampli. 2nd Edition. Syllabus: Static electric. common base. New Jersey. dielectric losses. able BJT common source. 2nd Edition John Wiley & Sons course. Ronald W. Transform and its properties. ENEE600016 fier. PROGRAM Publisher 1999 John Wiley. ties. “Advanced Modern Engineer. oscillator circuit. “Fundamental of Applied UNDERGRADUATE ENEE600012 Electromagnetics”. compound transistor stages. design of IIR and ENEE600013 FIR filters. Prentice Hall. 1. Fawwaz T Ulaby. Publisher. FIR filters of continuous systems. CMOS. Wentworth. Prentice Hall Publica- ENEE610012 tions. materials basic properties and explain atomic tronics Laboratory bonding concept. radiation. magnetic field. ENEE610013 Prerequisites: Engineering Mathematics 1 ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS LABORATORY Text Books: 1 SKS 1. Prentice Hall tromagnetics with Engineering Applications”. “Signals Learning Objectives: At the completion of this and System”. VMOS. its properties. op amp circuit. MOSFET depletion Syllabus: Fourier Transformation and its proper- and enhancement types. CMOS. theorem recon- and Circuit Theory 9th Edition”. Prerequisites: Engineering Mathematics 1 ematics” 9th Edition. Glyn James. FET applications. Hilbert Transformation. Z-Transformation and its properties. “Electronic Devices Discrete time signals. students are expected to be able to de. MOSFET. to be able to process and transform the signals FET. sampling signals into emitter and common collector circuits. 1998 Syllabus: Experiment determination of device characteristics. Oppenheim. Electric 2 SKS Circuits. ”Fundamentals of Elec- ing Mathematics”. ENEE610014 isolation materials. Current and voltage amplifier. USA. Boylestad R. Erwin Kreyszig. Learning Objectives: The course is intended to Text Books: make students to be able to identify electrical Electronic Circuits Laboratory Workbook – Elec. “Discrete-Time Signal Process- circuit. discrete time simulation of continuous systems. MESFET circuits. di- ENEE600014 electric losses. 2003 sign one stage. Simon Haykin And Barry Van Veen. diode circuits. Wiley Publisher 2006 Text Books: 2. 3. multi stages amplifier 2. FET. windows. 3 SKS and MESFET. Discrete Time Fourier Transformation and Prerequisites: Electronic Devices. 2006 System functions. 2001 ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS 3 SKS ENEE600015 Learning Objectives: At the completion of the ENEE610015 subject. Text Books: transmission. and circuit and multi vibrator. Alan V. multivibrator ENEE610016 circuit. solid atom. Buck. completion of the subject. transistor. and isolation damages. small signal and large signal model BJT. ing”. SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS acterize diode. Nashhelsky L. sampling. BJT ap. 3 SKS conspectus of bonding. and 4. ELECTROMAGNETIC Syllabus: Introduction to material properties. MOSFET. “Advanced Engineering Math. Electric Cir. electric mate- course. 2nd Edition. Maxwell equations. wave propaga- 178 tin. Stuart M. At the application circuits. wave properties in different mediums. Laplace cuits. oscillator. VMOS. discrete (Z transform). common to design simple filters. matching impedance. ELECTRICAL MATERIALS Prerequisites: Electronic Devices. into Fourier. students will be able to describe.

rial classifications : solid. Autotransformer. volt meter. solving to design microcontroler 8051 based embedded by using open loop and closed loop circuit test. speial and new topic of energy higher order system. Nyquist. 4th ENEE600017 Edition. students transformer. namic and MonteCarlo. and 1 SKS able to implement power and frequency control Learning Objectives: The laboratory is intended concept. 1. One and three pahase circuit (8 bits) using low level language and also able testing for Y & Δ. 2005 ENEE610017 2. or higher order system. Motor & generators DC. UI ENEE600019 PROGRAM Press. Root-locus. Chapman. Bode and electric ppower problem. learn the microprocessor and microcontroller Syllabus: Watt meter. system. data processing that is used in design. and dominant computational method. Computer witz. explain Routh-Hur- Syllabus: Binary computing system. trol components. System design with given speci- Prerequisites: Electric Circuit fications. amp meter and technology. After completing this course. voltage and reactive power control con. Power Transformer. Prerequisites: Signals and Systems Text Books: ENEE600018 Control System Laboratory Workbook . Syllabus: Continue system characteristic order Error and error reduction. and approximation for higher order. 2007 ENEE610019 CONTROL SYSTEMS ENEE600031 3 SKS ENEE610031 Learning Objectives: The course is intended NUMERICAL COMPUTATION to make students to sketch static or dynamic 3 SKS response of first. Stocastic and random. “Material Teknik Listrik”. cramic. Nise. ELECTRICAL POWER ENGINEERING LABORA- TORY ENEE600021 1 SKS ENEE610021 Learning Objectives: The laboratory is intended MICROPROCESSOR AND MICROCONTROLLER to introduce electric power basic concept to elec. Control design of coupled-tank control System Fundamentals”. Prentice Hall. Text Books: Prerequisites: Signals and Systems Text Books: 1. Katsuhiko Ogata. second. “Modern Control Engineer- ELECTRICAL POWER ENGINEERING ing” 4th Edition. J. Electrical Power Engineering Laboratory Workbook Prerequisites: Basic Physics 2 – Electric Power Energy Conversion Laboratory. power electronic and polar plots. Wiley. Engineering/Math. Text Books: Control system of pressure process rig 38–14 with S. McGraw-Hill Science/ apparatus PP-100 by using Bode diagram. 2001. 2002 3 SKS Learning Objectives: The course is intended to ENEE600020 make students to be able to identify basic concept ENEE610020 of electrical power system. performance. isolation Text Books: damage. Text Books: UNDERGRADUATE Rudy Setiabudy. Learning Objective: Able to solve problem with determine pole and zero system.Control ENEE610018 Laboratory. students includes DC or AC transformator. and creating Bode memory. in energy and electric power. use power system CONTROL SYSTEMS LABORATORY component in electric power system analysis. dy. N. “Control Systems Engineering”. and phenomenon. pole of higer order system. 4 SKS trical engineering students : motor and generator Learning Objectives: In this course. Reading of are expected to be able to program 16 bits and 32 3 phase circuit power either with balanced or bits Intel Microprocessor and 8051 Microcontroller unbalanced load. 2. Stability and Routh-Hurwitz criterion. diagram. Prerequisites: Electric Circuit isolation material : gas and liquid. continue system stability analysis methods. “Electric Machinery and Power root locus. to introduce control system concept to electrical cept. Syllabus: Energy and electric power problem Syllabus: Frequency response of first. Syllabus: Microprocessor: Introduction to Micro. system by using differential equations. linear Prerequisite: . power flow methods. Nyquist diagram. Basic con- control system. and polimer. TKA. and stability method engineering students : Analyze control system in electric power system. 179 . Algorithm and system efficiency. Modelling & solving of electric problem. second.

Laboratory. 4th Edition. Brey. IP. Muhammad Ali 1 SKS Mazidi. initiative & interest. and 1. and Interfacing. Channel Intel Microprocessor. students are expected 8051 Addressing Modes. John Wiley & 80186/80188. Line transmission. John Wiley & Sons Inc. Pentium. and queuing concepts. Programming. Second Edition. I/O Port Programming to be able to combine and implement their and Interfacing. ENEE600023 ing Modes. 2006 responsible person who can supervise students 2. “Microprocessor and Edition. Electronic Circuits. Assembly Programming and and modulation characteristics. Assembly Programming and Interfac. Pentium. Text Books: leadership. Basic Computer show professional conduct such as teamwork. 80386. 80186/80188.. Pentium III.. Programming the 8051 Microcontroller. students are expected to be able to tion of the subject. students are expected to be program the 16 bit and 32 bit Intel Microprocessor able to identify the telecommunication systems. 2 SKS PROGRAM Programming the Microprocessor. Syllabus: None Pentium Pro Processor. Address. UAS Project: De. students Learning Objectives: This course is designed to learn microprocessor and microcontroller give students a comprehensive understanding of technology in a practical way. 5th 1. 2006 Departement of Electrical Engineering. previously learned technical knowledge with Introduction to Embedded System Design using the new knowledge given by their supervisor. Roger L. 80286. 2008 Microcontroller Laboratory Modules” 2. Syllabus: Introduction to telecommunication. discipline. Selection of company or lab Systems. sig- Keypad. The internship III. 8051 Microcontroller Archi. and various com- simple Microcontroller 8051 based embedded munication systems in global. naling. Memory and Learning Objectives: In this course.. 2006 TELECOMMUNICATION ENGINEERING LABORA- 3. 80286. institution or lab which has a supervisor or a B. Arithmetic and Logic Instruction. Seventh Edition. Optical fiber Microprocessors 8086/8088. Telecommunica- Interfacing Microcontroller to LED. Pentium IV Architecture. improvement prospect. Freeman. Pentium IV Architecture. Second Edition. Pentium Prerequisites: Earned 90 SKS. PHI Inc. Prentice Hall. Switch. Muhammad Ali shall begin with administrative process in the Mazidi. responsible. Microprocessor Hardware Specification. Brey. Circuit & packet ing Microcontroller Stepper Motor. Barry. ENEE600025 and Interfacing. USA. Prentice Hall. USA. completing this course. institution or lab. 80386. ENEE610023 Data Movement Instruction. place is a electrical engineering related industry. Pentium II. Microprocessor Internal Architecture. 80486. “Telecommunication Sys- 2. tems Engineering”. related industry. Arithmetic and INTERNSHIP Logic Instruction. Internet. tion networks: basic telephony. Digital Laboratory. Pentium II. The 8051 Microcontroller and Embedded TORY Systems. The Intel Microprocessors 8086/8088. Sons Inc. 80486. 8051 Microcontroller Students are also expected to be able to Prerequisites: Basic Computer. commendable attitude/behavior. The Intel Microprocessors 8086/8088. 2006 Learning Objectives: This course is intended 180 to give the students experiences in conducting . PHI Inc. LCD. processor. and 8051 Microcontrollers and able to design telecommunication networks. After tecture. communication systems and application. After completing the telecommunication systems. “Communication Systems”. At the comple- this course. Seventh Edition. radio & Development of Assembly Language Program for microwave communication systems. velopment of Microcontroller Based Embedded Prerequisites: Engineering Mathematics 2 Systems 8051 Text Books: Text Books: 1. students will do internship work in a computer engineering UNDERGRADUATE I/O Interfacing. Programming. Barry. Syllabus: Assembly Programming for 8086/8088 Analog & digital communication system. The 8051 Microcontroller and Embedded on a daily basis. Program Control Instruction.. systems. Text Books: None ENEE600022 ENEE610022 ENEE600024 MICROPROCESSOR AND MICROCONTROLLER ENEE610024 LABORATORY TELECOMMUNICATION ENGINEERING 1 SKS 3 SKS Learning Objectives: : In this course. Simon Haykin. switching. ENEE610025 B. Microcontroller: Introduction to Microcontroller. Assembly Language Programming. 2004 Pentium Pro Processor. UTS Project: switched.

of DAS. ment. students are measurement. “Electronic Measure- wire cable. pulse modulation. Digital-to-Analog (DAC) the completion of the subject. Tondo & Bruce Leung. ADC selected technique. algorithm into programming language. stack and queue. 1997 theory element. speed