Institut Teknologi Bandung

Student Exchange Program

AL5200 Landscape Planning Studio
Code AL5200
Name Landscape Planning Studio
Degree Master
Faculty School of Architecture, Planning, and Policy Development
Credit 4
Syllabus Case studies on regional scale will be choosen as object of study which contain problems in various aspects, such as social, economic, environmental aspects, as well as policy aspects that contributes to decision making in the design process. The selected cases varies from rural to urban transition, urban periphery, ex-mining landscape design and many more. The studying process is conducted through several activities, such as literature study, surveys, discussions, and workshops. Environmental Impact Analysis is introduced as a context. On this stage, natural resources management is being introduced to be taken into account.
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AL5200 Landscape Planning Studio
Code AL5200
Name Landscape Planning Studio
Degree Master
Faculty School of Architecture, Planning, and Policy Development
Credit 4
Syllabus Case studies on regional scale will be choosen as object of study which contain problems in various aspects, such as social, economic, environmental aspects, as well as policy aspects that contributes to decision making in the design process. The selected cases varies from rural to urban transition, urban periphery, ex-mining landscape design and many more. The studying process is conducted through several activities, such as literature study, surveys, discussions, and workshops. Environmental Impact Analysis is introduced as a context. On this stage, natural resources management is being introduced to be taken into account.
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BA4207 Agricultural Entomology
Code BA4207
Name Agricultural Entomology
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Life Sciences and Technology
Credit 2
Syllabus Introduction; Head, Thorax, and Abdomen; Life and Movements of Insects ; Reproduction and Development of Insects; Classification of Insects; Social Insects; Insects and Their Environment; Beneficial Insects; Harmful Insects; Principles and Strategies of Insect Control; Selected Topics : Agricultural Insects, Urban Insects, Medical Insects, Forensic Insects
Language EN
BA4211 Big Data in Agriculture
Code BA4211
Name Big Data in Agriculture
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Life Sciences and Technology
Credit 2
Syllabus This lecture equips students with programming skills to process information from various open databases on an international level in agriculture. This expertise includes data preparation, planning, and modeling to presentation and reporting of information, using statistical methods and processing of relevant databases.
Language EN
BE3206 Phytoremediation
Code BE3206
Name Phytoremediation
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Life Sciences and Technology
Credit 3
Syllabus Physiology of plant uptake: the plant transport system, root uptake and translocation of pollutants, plant uptake by vapor, whole plant uptake, behavior of pollutants in plants: partitioning and degradation. Plant species for phytoremediaton and their characteristics including lower and higher plants; aquatic, wetland and terrestrial plants. Methods for phytoremediations: using water hyacinth, emergent plant, submerged plant, duckweed, and constructed wetland method. Indicators for successful phytoremediation: physicals, chemicals and biological. Characteristics of pollutants especially heavy metals and organic pollutants in the environment. Plant and microorganism interaction in waste-remediation.
Language EN
BE4106 Topics in Bioindustry
Code BE4106
Name Topics in Bioindustry
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Life Sciences and Technology
Credit 3
Syllabus This course provides exposure on recent development of biondustry delivered by 5 guest speakers from biondustry including entrepreneur/industrialist every 2 weeks for 2 hours. Students are required to write a summary on the deliverd topic for further presentation and discussion the week after. Students are encouragd to be proactive during in class discussion (student centered learning). Students are divided into several groups to work on a case study. Students are required to carry out a literature review from Scopus indexed journals to choose a topic related to a preliminary design of bioproduction system using local resources. At the end of the course, students are required to submit a written report and present the case study.
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BE4203 Biomass Energy Technology
Code BE4203
Name Biomass Energy Technology
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Life Sciences and Technology
Credit 3
Syllabus This course discusses the technology of energy production and biomass-based fuels. Students are given an introduction to the energy mix in Indonesia along with the potential of biomass and an introduction to biomass processing technology as an energy source. Comparison of biomass with other fossil fuels. Energy crops and biomass resources. The chemical basis of biomass as a source of energy (cellulose, hemicellulose, lignin lipids, and carbohydrates). Biomass-based solid fuels: Fuel woods, torrefaction and carbonization. Thermochemical conversion for biomass energy: Gasification and the Fischer–Tropsch process, Pyrolysis and fast-pyrolysis, Hydrothermal Liquefaction (HTL). Production process of bioethanol, acetone-butanol-ethanol, glycerol, isopropanol, and butanediol. Production of biomethane and hydrogen. Production of oleochemicals based on vegetable oils and microalgae, as well as production of biodiesel based on Fatty Acid Methyl Ester and Fatty Acid Alkyl Ether. The concept and application of microbial-based bioelectrogenesis. Drop-in key chemicals platform, Liquid biomass fuel upgrading, Next generation biofuels: Hybrid Thermo-bio-chemical conversion. Combined Heat and Power Generation (CHP), Biomass derived transportation fuels. Integration of biomass-based energy in the energy mix.
Language EN
BE4207 Genetic Engineering
Code BE4207
Name Genetic Engineering
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Life Sciences and Technology
Credit 2
Syllabus Concepts and techniques of genetic engineering in organisms (prokaryotes, yeast cells, plants/mammal cells), required methods: use of enzymes in the DNA modification, PCR, sequencing, introduction to vector and cloning strategies, gene transfer into cellular organisms, changing gene expression and protein, analysis method, and basic bioinformatics. In addition, application of genetic engineering for bioengineering, especially in bioindustry.
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BI3205 Molecular Phylogenetics
Code BI3205
Name Molecular Phylogenetics
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Life Sciences and Technology
Credit 2
Syllabus Molecular phylogenetics is related to phylogenetics basics: phylogenetics definition, rooted and unrooted trees, gen and species phylogeny, form of tree representation, molecular markers; phylogenetics tree construction methods and program; Phylogenetic tree construction methods and programs : multiple sequence alignment, UPGMA methods, distance methods, maximum parsimony methods, maximum likelihood methods, statistical test; hylogenetics programs : Clustal program, kodeltest PAUP, Phylip and MrBayesian program, treeview.
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BI3206 Soil Ecology
Code BI3206
Name Soil Ecology
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Life Sciences and Technology
Credit 3
Syllabus The soil environment and related ecological concepts; diversity of soil biota (macro and mesofauna; soil microorganisms: fungi, bacteria, Archea); organism interaction (commensalism, mutualism) and soil processes (decomposition, biogeochemical cycles & nutrient cycling); relationship between plant and soil communities; trophic interaction; soil biological characteristics related to soil physical-chemical conditions.
Language EN
BI4202 Landscape Ecology
Code BI4202
Name Landscape Ecology
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Life Sciences and Technology
Credit 3
Syllabus History, definition and scope of landscape ecology; concept of scale and grain; key processes forming spatial heterogeniety (physical templates, biotic interactions and disturbances; models for representing landscape structure (patch-corridor-matrix)¸implication of size and shape of landscape element on organism, matter and energy dynamics; landscape metrics; spatial processes creating landscape dynamics; remote sensing as tool for analysing landscape structure and dynamics, application of landscape ecology for managing landscape.
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BI4203 Management of Tropical Marine and Coastal Ecosystems
Code BI4203
Name Management of Tropical Marine and Coastal Ecosystems
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Life Sciences and Technology
Credit 3
Syllabus Management of tropical marine & coastal environments, particularly in Indonesia; bioresources; coastal ecosystem types (mangroves, seagrass meadows, coral reefs) and their ecosystem services; coastal defence; utilization of coastal resources, marine fisheries and aquaculture; concept of management and spatial management; relevant laws, regulations and policies related to coastal/marine management; sustainable management based on ecological, economic, and sociocultural principles; integrated coastal zone management (ICZM); methodology in the analysis, planning, monitoring, and evaluation in management; comprehensive case study in coastal management conducted through group assignments, field work (collection of primary and secondary data) and class discussions/presentations.
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BI4206 Ethnobotany
Code BI4206
Name Ethnobotany
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Life Sciences and Technology
Credit 2
Syllabus History and development of ethnobotany, basic knowledge supporting ethnobotany, traditional knowledge of ethnobotany, methods used in ethnobotany, plant utililisation in traditional people, plant and human interaction, ethnobotany application.
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BI4211 Genomics and Proteomics
Code BI4211
Name Genomics and Proteomics
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Life Sciences and Technology
Credit 2
Syllabus This lecture introduces basic concept, analysis and application of 1) genomics, transcriptomics and proteomics study 2) Multi omics study
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BI4213 Introduction to Protein Engineering
Code BI4213
Name Introduction to Protein Engineering
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Life Sciences and Technology
Credit 2
Syllabus The covered topics in this course are: (i) A review on concepts of protein structural and function from biological and chemical prespectives; (ii) Advances on protein engineering; (iii) Strategies in designing novel proteins; (iv) Directed Evolution and deep sequencing for protein engineering; (v) Expression strategies and sites in protein engineering; (vi) Bioinformatic analysis in protein engineering; (vii) Analysis of engineered proteins, and (viii) Applications of protein engineering in plant based induustries, food and therapeutic industries.
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BM2205 Studium Generale of Microbiology
Code BM2205
Name Studium Generale of Microbiology
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Life Sciences and Technology
Credit 2
Syllabus In this lecture will be given insight related to prospects and professional ethics in the field of microbiology; the types of professionalism introduced by experts in their fields include: HSE and Biosecurity (Consultants), technocrats, researchers, QA and QC, entrepreneurship, content creator (Art design, Broadcaster, Youtuber, Comic artists). The lecture ended with an assignment that facilitated student interest in the microbiology professions as well as the professional approach to society.
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BM3206 Methagenomics
Code BM3206
Name Methagenomics
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Life Sciences and Technology
Credit 2
Syllabus Environmental genomicsist revolutionizing our understanding of microbes from the environment to human health, towards a holistic view of ecosystems or“One-Health”. At its core are new molecular methods called metagenomics to sequence DNA directly from an environmental sample, thus capturing the whole microbial community and bypassing culture. Modern (Next-Gen) sequencing technologies offer vast new datasets of short sequence reads representing these microbial communities, however many hurdles exist in interpreting data with high species complexity andspecialized software for microbial metagenomic analyses. This course focuses on the science of metagenomics towards understanding (1) questions that environmental ‘omicscan address, (2) approaches for metagenomic sequencing and analysis, and (3) how genes, pathways, and environmental context are translated into ecosystem-level knowledge. This course alternates between lectures on bioinformatics methods in metagenomics, and tutorial in a computational approach for answering biological questions.
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BM3207 Microbiomics
Code BM3207
Name Microbiomics
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Life Sciences and Technology
Credit 2
Syllabus Students would study fundamentals of micobiomics, including its analytical tools of 16S rRNA, metagenomics and metatranscriptomics. They would be provided with examples of microbiome interaction in human, focusing on health and diets; in animals focusing on shrimp, insect and ruminantia; in environment focusing in soil and water. Students would also learn about current research in microbiomics, and its social and policy implication.
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BM3208 Bacteriophage
Code BM3208
Name Bacteriophage
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Life Sciences and Technology
Credit 2
Syllabus The history of bacteriophage development, including structure and classification of bacteriophage resulting some generally or completely identified bacteriophages such as T4, T1, P-like pjage, and giant phage. Lytic and lysogenic life cycle of bacteriophage, and gene regulation in each cycle. Cultivation techniques of bacteriophage including various media, hosts, and methods used during analysis. Introduction of phage in marine environment, using cyanobacteria as its host. Role of bacteriophage in food industry, health, and as therapeutic yet controlling agent. Also, the development of bacteriophage as current knowledge interest.
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BM4105 Management of Microbiology Laboratory
Code BM4105
Name Management of Microbiology Laboratory
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Life Sciences and Technology
Credit 2
Syllabus This course provides knowledge on people's access, access to hazardous chemicals, access to harmful microbial agents, chemical storage management, microbial storage management, case presentations about storage, SOP and work instructions development, operating systems and tool maintenance, case studies of audit, Introduction to audit, building audit and documents, HR Audit and case studies, GLP, GMP, ISO
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BM4203 Diagnostic Microbiology
Code BM4203
Name Diagnostic Microbiology
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Life Sciences and Technology
Credit 2
Syllabus Pada kuliah ini, mahasiswa diharapkan dapat memiliki pengetahuan dan memahami perkembangan teknik-teknik diagnostik dan aplikasi klinisnya. Di dalamnya meliputi pengetahuan tentang teknik yang menggunakan kultur, teknik secara molekular seperti PCR, Reverse transcriptase PCR, Quantitative PCR dan Real Time PCR, TMA, Branched PCR serta Microarray DNA, juga teknik yang berhubungan dengan protein dan immunologi seperti Microarray protein dan ELISA. Pengetahuan ini akan diaplikasikan pada pemecahan problem yang berhubungan dengan deteksi patogen tertentu, sehingga mahasiswa akan memiliki gambaran bagaimana mendeteksi suatu patogen dengan pengetahuan teknik diagnostik yang telah diperoleh sebelumnya. In this lecture, students will be introduced with diagnostic techniques and their clinical applications. This lecture will include knowledge about diagnostic techniques using culture, molecular techniques such as PCR, Reverse transcriptase PCR, Quantitative PCR and Real Time PCR, TMA, Branched PCR, Microarray DNA and also some techniques related to protein identification and immunology such as Microarray protein dan ELISA. These knowledge will be applied in problem solving to detect certain pathogen, thus students will have some description about how to detect with diagnostic techniques that they've already gained.
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BM4207 Application of Microbial Pathognesis in Biotechnology
Code BM4207
Name Application of Microbial Pathognesis in Biotechnology
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Life Sciences and Technology
Credit 2
Syllabus This lecture will be started with the introduction which includes the connection between microbial pathogenesis with product development for prophylaxis or theurapeutic agents. The topics will include anti virulence, anti bacterial resistance, virulence based product, vaccine development and diagnostic kit
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BT5215 Stem Cell Application and Regenerative Medicine
Code BT5215
Name Stem Cell Application and Regenerative Medicine
Degree Master
Faculty School of Life Sciences and Technology
Credit 2
Syllabus This lecture describe the principles of stem cell biology, what factors play roles in stem cell differentiation , dedifferentiation and pluripotency. Students will also learn the epigenetic regulation in stem cell in pluripotent stage and the epigenetic change during differentiation. Concept of stem cell niche, including cancer stem cell niche. Adults stem cells will be discussed such as neural stem cell, adult intestinal, hematopoietic and mesechymal stem cells. iPs will be discussed especially iPs research in the world. Several case regarding regulation of stem cell in breast cancer, colorectal cancer and the role of NANOG in cancer development. Biomarker development in cancer, adult progenitor stem cell for diabetes. The application of stem cell in tissue engineering. The ethical regulation in stem cell and regenerative medicine.
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BT5216 Infection and Immunity
Code BT5216
Name Infection and Immunity
Degree Master
Faculty School of Life Sciences and Technology
Credit 3
Syllabus Introduction, virus, bacteria, fungi, parasite, innate immune system, immunity in gastrointestinal tract, adaptive immune system development, adaptive immune system, T cell role in immune system, antibody role in immune system, immunopathology, assigenment and presentation
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BW4209 Forest Restoration
Code BW4209
Name Forest Restoration
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Life Sciences and Technology
Credit 2
Syllabus This course discusses the reasons for understanding restoration and reclamation; principles of forest restoration (succession, dispersal, predation, germination, establisment, role of fire), principles of post-mining land reclamation in forest land, design of planting techniques in forest restoration activities, design of planting techniques in post-mining forest land reclamation activities, monitoring and evaluation; case study of restoration and reclamation practices
Language EN
DI3004 Review of Traditional Interior Design
Code DI3004
Name Review of Traditional Interior Design
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Art and Design
Credit 2
Syllabus Melalui mata kuliah ini diharapkan mahasiswa memahami keragaman potensi nilai-nilai tradisional Nusantara yang dimiliki bangsa Indonesia yang terkandung pada bangunan tradisionalnya. Dengan pengetahuan yang dimiliki ini diharapkan dapat membangkitkan minat kelulusan untuk meneliti lebih jauh bila sebagai akademisi atau bila sebagai seorang praktisi mampu merevitalisasikannya pada tindakan praktika perancangan desain interior modern. Didalam proses perkuliahan akan dibahas berbagai jenis bangunan tradisional menyangkut sosial kultural masyarakat pendukungnya, pemikiran simbolis mitologisnya, arsitektur, ruang interior, ornamen dan sistem konstruksi bangunannya, melalui perkuliahan oleh dosen pengampu, seminar oleh masing-masing kelompok dimana masing-masing kelompok membawa topik permasalahan bangunan tradisional yang berbeda.
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DK4109 Visual Culture
Code DK4109
Name Visual Culture
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Art and Design
Credit 3
Syllabus Visual culture of archipelago is a theoretical discourse to enrich the knowledge and insight of visual language study from visual study on (visual) cultural products of Archipelago. Emphasizing the insight and knowledge on visual communication design based on multi angle, time, and space (STP) elaborated by children’s drawing, prehistoric, and traditional cultures which are different from modern visual communication design based on one time, one angle, and one space (NPM)
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GL2012 Structural Geology
Code GL2012
Name Structural Geology
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Earth Sciences and Technology
Credit 3
Syllabus Structural Geology discuss about form and architecture crust Earth and processes formation. Geology Structure discuss the basic process deformation at rock , understanding strain , stress and force in tectonic deformation , recognize elements geological structure such as fractures , faults , folds , foliation , parts and lineation and do one another in tectonic processes.
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GL3023 Geology of Bandung Basin
Code GL3023
Name Geology of Bandung Basin
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Earth Sciences and Technology
Credit 2
Syllabus The lecture gives the knowledge of geological condition of Bandung Basin which bounded by Upstream Citarum River Basin; the distribution of rocks and geological structures, geological evolution and development, main geological processes and its implication and aplication to the regional development di Bandung Basin, since ancient times, up to now and its projection to the future. The lecture presentates the pre-Quaternary geological condition and along the Quaternary with all aspects such as processes and developments of volcanoes, stratigraphy, geological structures, the forming and drying up of Ancient Bandung Lake, up to the recent problems in hydrogeology and environmental geology, as well as human development since past times up to now, including geoarchaeology.
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GL3024 Geotourism
Code GL3024
Name Geotourism
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Earth Sciences and Technology
Credit 2
Syllabus Tourism Geology gives the knowledge concerning how to develop geological aspects in tourism. It learns the geological potency for geotourism, problems and constraint, as well as what kind of geological features to become assets and promotes as tourism potencies: tourism in common senses, meaning and understanding of geotourism, the problems, development and constrain of geotourism destination. It gives how to develop and arrange geotourism planning, tours, tracks and packages, including how to develop geopark, geotrack and revitalitation of tourism destination by geological information and interpretation, promotion and its distribution. Finally some study cases of geotourism in developed and undeveloped tour destination.
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GL3053 Sedimentology and Stratigraphy
Code GL3053
Name Sedimentology and Stratigraphy
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Earth Sciences and Technology
Credit 3
Syllabus Sedimentology and Stratitigrafi provide the notion of genesis rock sediment, and relationship in space and time. Genesis rock sediment begins from the introduction granules, mechanism sedimentation, the relationship between grain and structure sediment up the formation of a layer rock. Next interpretation environment precipitation based on facies. Relationships of rock sediment in space and time described in correlation stratigraphy, where previous described about understanding the process stratigraphy: transgression, regression, facies, unconformity-hiatus. Nomenclature unit stratigraphy will given A short, but unit lithostratigrafi given in deep up the smallest unit ie layers commensurate with the unit reservoir. Potential ekonomic in rock sediment will described in form of maps stratigraphic in general a map subsurface and in relation with hydrocarbons. Analogy use maps this stratigraphy also can be applied to content other fluid such as water or mineral content like gold.
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GL3203 Geology of Indonesia
Code GL3203
Name Geology of Indonesia
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Earth Sciences and Technology
Credit 2
Syllabus Knowledge more regional (macro) on tectonic, structural and the influence to process sedimentation Indonesian region. The concept continent Micro (zone) which amalgamated be Sundaland. Configuration terranes with megasheares / sutures. The discussion covers framework tectonic structures and stratigraphy (general), frame basins influenced tectonics , patterns sharpness (stress patterns), geological features, order tectonic & stratigraphic differ between islands Indonesia.
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GL3204 Field Geology
Code GL3204
Name Field Geology
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Earth Sciences and Technology
Credit 3
Syllabus This lecture presents field-lecture to implement the obtained geological knowledge by doing direct observation on geological data at field. The field-lecture consists of standard field geological method such as morphological analysis, outcrop observation, sampling, make some geological section, stratigraphic measurement, analysis on structural geology, and geological mapping including report. Until now, the lecture is realized in LIPI Field Geological Campus in Karangsambung (Central Java).
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GL3241 Volcanology
Code GL3241
Name Volcanology
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Earth Sciences and Technology
Credit 2
Syllabus The lecture examines the tectonic position of volacnoes, their eruption, classification, magmatic formation, chemical and pyshical aspects, heatflow, hazards mitigation, volcanostratigraphic, and survey methods in the fields. The lecture also explains the relationship of volcanoes with geothermal, mineralization, and the aspects of human lifes included agriculture, tourisms, etc.
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GL4023 Geological Hazard Analysis
Code GL4023
Name Geological Hazard Analysis
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Earth Sciences and Technology
Credit 2
Syllabus This course presents a basic knowledge and understanding on the analyses of geological hazards, such as earthquake, tsunami, volcanic eruption, landslide and subsidence. Emphasis will be placed on the importance of understanding of geological hazard characteristics, including its distributions, mechanisms, occurrences, magnitude/intensity and damage consequences. The course also gives fundamental methods for investigation, mapping and monitoring of geological hazards.
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II1101 Computing and Society
Code II1101
Name Computing and Society
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Electrical Engineering and Informatics
Credit 2
Syllabus In this course, the students are taught on the topics of advancements in computer systems, and their roles in society. The students are also trained to design computer-based solutions to solve real world problems. To support the design process, students will be taught about design thinking, entrepreneurial mindset and soft skill techniques to enhance their teamwork. Students will be given an understanding of the importance of critical thinking, creativity, and empathy in defining customer needs and translating them into product specifications, and how to make objective decisions regarding product development.
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II2220 IST Resource Management
Code II2220
Name IST Resource Management
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Electrical Engineering and Informatics
Credit 3
Syllabus organization governance, IT governance and information governance for organization information system and technology resource management. The course also discusses IST resource management cycle, IST resource management organization, processes, and risk management
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II2220 IST Resource Management
Code II2220
Name IST Resource Management
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Electrical Engineering and Informatics
Credit 3
Syllabus organization governance, IT governance and information governance for organization information system and technology resource management. The course also discusses IST resource management cycle, IST resource management organization, processes, and risk management
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II2220 IST Resource Management
Code II2220
Name IST Resource Management
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Electrical Engineering and Informatics
Credit 3
Syllabus organization governance, IT governance and information governance for organization information system and technology resource management. The course also discusses IST resource management cycle, IST resource management organization, processes, and risk management
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II2221 IST Project Management
Code II2221
Name IST Project Management
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Electrical Engineering and Informatics
Credit 3
Syllabus Introduction to PM, PM Framework, Project Life Cycle and Organization, PM Process, PM Knowledge Area: Integration Management, PM Knowledge Area: Scope Management, PM Knowledge Area: Time and Cost Management, PM Knowledge Area: Quality Management, PM Knowledge Area: HR Management, PM Knowledge Area: Communication, Risk and Procurement Management, Case Study and Assignment
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II2221 IST Project Management
Code II2221
Name IST Project Management
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Electrical Engineering and Informatics
Credit 3
Syllabus Introduction to PM, PM Framework, Project Life Cycle and Organization, PM Process, PM Knowledge Area: Integration Management, PM Knowledge Area: Scope Management, PM Knowledge Area: Time and Cost Management, PM Knowledge Area: Quality Management, PM Knowledge Area: HR Management, PM Knowledge Area: Communication, Risk and Procurement Management, Case Study and Assignment
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II2221 IST Project Management
Code II2221
Name IST Project Management
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Electrical Engineering and Informatics
Credit 3
Syllabus Introduction to PM, PM Framework, Project Life Cycle and Organization, PM Process, PM Knowledge Area: Integration Management, PM Knowledge Area: Scope Management, PM Knowledge Area: Time and Cost Management, PM Knowledge Area: Quality Management, PM Knowledge Area: HR Management, PM Knowledge Area: Communication, Risk and Procurement Management, Case Study and Assignment
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II2230 Computer Network
Code II2230
Name Computer Network
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Electrical Engineering and Informatics
Credit 3
Syllabus understanding of computer networks that covers physical layer, datalink layer, network layer, transport layer, and application. Network QoS, security and multimedia services.
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II2230 Computer Network
Code II2230
Name Computer Network
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Electrical Engineering and Informatics
Credit 3
Syllabus understanding of computer networks that covers physical layer, datalink layer, network layer, transport layer, and application. Network QoS, security and multimedia services.
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II2230 Computer Network
Code II2230
Name Computer Network
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Electrical Engineering and Informatics
Credit 3
Syllabus understanding of computer networks that covers physical layer, datalink layer, network layer, transport layer, and application. Network QoS, security and multimedia services.
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II2240 System Requirement Analisys
Code II2240
Name System Requirement Analisys
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Electrical Engineering and Informatics
Credit 3
Syllabus Introduction to system requirement analysis, stakeholder, system development process, requirements foundation, process modeling, analysis model, state transition diagram, Unified Modeling Language, requirements risk management, and requirements value management.
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II2240 System Requirement Analisys
Code II2240
Name System Requirement Analisys
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Electrical Engineering and Informatics
Credit 3
Syllabus Introduction to system requirement analysis, stakeholder, system development process, requirements foundation, process modeling, analysis model, state transition diagram, Unified Modeling Language, requirements risk management, and requirements value management.
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II2240 System Requirement Analisys
Code II2240
Name System Requirement Analisys
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Electrical Engineering and Informatics
Credit 3
Syllabus Introduction to system requirement analysis, stakeholder, system development process, requirements foundation, process modeling, analysis model, state transition diagram, Unified Modeling Language, requirements risk management, and requirements value management.
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II2250 Database Management
Code II2250
Name Database Management
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Electrical Engineering and Informatics
Credit 2
Syllabus 1) Data storage and file structure 2) Database performance tuning 3) Indexing and hashing 4) Query processing and optimization 5) Database programming 6) Transcation 7) Concurrency control 8) Recovery system 9) Database integrity 10) Database security 11) Database system architecture.
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II2250 Database Management
Code II2250
Name Database Management
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Electrical Engineering and Informatics
Credit 2
Syllabus 1) Data storage and file structure 2) Database performance tuning 3) Indexing and hashing 4) Query processing and optimization 5) Database programming 6) Transcation 7) Concurrency control 8) Recovery system 9) Database integrity 10) Database security 11) Database system architecture.
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II2250 Database Management
Code II2250
Name Database Management
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Electrical Engineering and Informatics
Credit 2
Syllabus 1) Data storage and file structure 2) Database performance tuning 3) Indexing and hashing 4) Query processing and optimization 5) Database programming 6) Transcation 7) Concurrency control 8) Recovery system 9) Database integrity 10) Database security 11) Database system architecture.
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II2260 Embedded Systems
Code II2260
Name Embedded Systems
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Electrical Engineering and Informatics
Credit 3
Syllabus This course is divided into two parts. First part describe hardware organization and software architecture of embedded systems. The hardware includes microcontroller, Input/Output, interfacing, DAC/ADC, communications. The software includes programming environment of embedded systems, I/O and communication programming, interrupt and timer, RTOS. The second part describe development of embedded system to solve IST problems. It includes problem identification, requirement analysis, define the alternative of solutions, define system specifications, system design and implementation, testing and debugging.
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II2260 Embedded Systems
Code II2260
Name Embedded Systems
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Electrical Engineering and Informatics
Credit 3
Syllabus This course is divided into two parts. First part describe hardware organization and software architecture of embedded systems. The hardware includes microcontroller, Input/Output, interfacing, DAC/ADC, communications. The software includes programming environment of embedded systems, I/O and communication programming, interrupt and timer, RTOS. The second part describe development of embedded system to solve IST problems. It includes problem identification, requirement analysis, define the alternative of solutions, define system specifications, system design and implementation, testing and debugging.
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II2260 Embedded Systems
Code II2260
Name Embedded Systems
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Electrical Engineering and Informatics
Credit 3
Syllabus This course is divided into two parts. First part describe hardware organization and software architecture of embedded systems. The hardware includes microcontroller, Input/Output, interfacing, DAC/ADC, communications. The software includes programming environment of embedded systems, I/O and communication programming, interrupt and timer, RTOS. The second part describe development of embedded system to solve IST problems. It includes problem identification, requirement analysis, define the alternative of solutions, define system specifications, system design and implementation, testing and debugging.
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II3220 Enterprise Architecture
Code II3220
Name Enterprise Architecture
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Electrical Engineering and Informatics
Credit 3
Syllabus Enterprise Architecture Frameworks, Component Architectures, Interorganizational Architectures, Processes for Developing Enterprise Architecture, Architecture Change Management, Implementing Enterprise Architecture, Enterprise Architecture and Management Controls, Information Systems Strategy, Strategic Alignment, Impact of Information Systems on Organizational Structure and Processes,Information Systems Planning, Role of IT in Defining and Shaping Competition, Financing and Evaluating the Performance of IT Investments and Operations (BoK ACM)
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II3220 Enterprise Architecture
Code II3220
Name Enterprise Architecture
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Electrical Engineering and Informatics
Credit 3
Syllabus Enterprise Architecture Frameworks, Component Architectures, Interorganizational Architectures, Processes for Developing Enterprise Architecture, Architecture Change Management, Implementing Enterprise Architecture, Enterprise Architecture and Management Controls, Information Systems Strategy, Strategic Alignment, Impact of Information Systems on Organizational Structure and Processes,Information Systems Planning, Role of IT in Defining and Shaping Competition, Financing and Evaluating the Performance of IT Investments and Operations (BoK ACM)
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II3220 Enterprise Architecture
Code II3220
Name Enterprise Architecture
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Electrical Engineering and Informatics
Credit 3
Syllabus Enterprise Architecture Frameworks, Component Architectures, Interorganizational Architectures, Processes for Developing Enterprise Architecture, Architecture Change Management, Implementing Enterprise Architecture, Enterprise Architecture and Management Controls, Information Systems Strategy, Strategic Alignment, Impact of Information Systems on Organizational Structure and Processes,Information Systems Planning, Role of IT in Defining and Shaping Competition, Financing and Evaluating the Performance of IT Investments and Operations (BoK ACM)
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II3230 Information Security
Code II3230
Name Information Security
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Electrical Engineering and Informatics
Credit 3
Syllabus This course is intended to help students gain fundamental and comprehensive understanding of information security. We will focus on an overview of major information security issues, technologies, and approaches. Students who successfully complete this course will have a concept and knowledge of security properties, concerns, policies, models, cryptography, PKI, firewalls, security evaluation, and real life security cases. Students will also have handson experience in selected information security technologies through lab sessions.
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II3230 Information Security
Code II3230
Name Information Security
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Electrical Engineering and Informatics
Credit 3
Syllabus This course is intended to help students gain fundamental and comprehensive understanding of information security. We will focus on an overview of major information security issues, technologies, and approaches. Students who successfully complete this course will have a concept and knowledge of security properties, concerns, policies, models, cryptography, PKI, firewalls, security evaluation, and real life security cases. Students will also have handson experience in selected information security technologies through lab sessions.
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II3230 Information Security
Code II3230
Name Information Security
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Electrical Engineering and Informatics
Credit 3
Syllabus This course is intended to help students gain fundamental and comprehensive understanding of information security. We will focus on an overview of major information security issues, technologies, and approaches. Students who successfully complete this course will have a concept and knowledge of security properties, concerns, policies, models, cryptography, PKI, firewalls, security evaluation, and real life security cases. Students will also have handson experience in selected information security technologies through lab sessions.
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II3240 IST Engineering (System Engineering)
Code II3240
Name IST Engineering (System Engineering)
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Electrical Engineering and Informatics
Credit 3
Syllabus The principles, framework and process engineering of IST. The course also provides cases and tasks to students to conduct case studies of IST engineering during the lectures take place, so that students have the IST engineering skills.
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II3240 IST Engineering (System Engineering)
Code II3240
Name IST Engineering (System Engineering)
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Electrical Engineering and Informatics
Credit 3
Syllabus The principles, framework and process engineering of IST. The course also provides cases and tasks to students to conduct case studies of IST engineering during the lectures take place, so that students have the IST engineering skills.
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II3240 IST Engineering (System Engineering)
Code II3240
Name IST Engineering (System Engineering)
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Electrical Engineering and Informatics
Credit 3
Syllabus The principles, framework and process engineering of IST. The course also provides cases and tasks to students to conduct case studies of IST engineering during the lectures take place, so that students have the IST engineering skills.
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II3260 Mobile Platform & Application Development
Code II3260
Name Mobile Platform & Application Development
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Electrical Engineering and Informatics
Credit 3
Syllabus 1. Web System & Mobile Technologies 2. Web System Information Architecture 3. Web System & Mobile Digital Media 4. Web System & Mobile Development 5. Web System & Mobile Vulnerabilities 6. Social Software
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II3260 Mobile Platform & Application Development
Code II3260
Name Mobile Platform & Application Development
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Electrical Engineering and Informatics
Credit 3
Syllabus 1. Web System & Mobile Technologies 2. Web System Information Architecture 3. Web System & Mobile Digital Media 4. Web System & Mobile Development 5. Web System & Mobile Vulnerabilities 6. Social Software
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II3260 Mobile Platform & Application Development
Code II3260
Name Mobile Platform & Application Development
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Electrical Engineering and Informatics
Credit 3
Syllabus 1. Web System & Mobile Technologies 2. Web System Information Architecture 3. Web System & Mobile Digital Media 4. Web System & Mobile Development 5. Web System & Mobile Vulnerabilities 6. Social Software
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II4031 Cryptography and Coding
Code II4031
Name Cryptography and Coding
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Electrical Engineering and Informatics
Credit 2
Syllabus 1. Cryptography and data security 2. Encryption protocol 3. Hashing 4. Digital signature 5. Public Key Infrastructure 6. Encryption standards
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II4035 Intelligent System
Code II4035
Name Intelligent System
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Electrical Engineering and Informatics
Credit 2
Syllabus course introduction, classification, training models, artificial neural network, convolutional neural networks, recurrent neural network
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II4038 Cloud Computing
Code II4038
Name Cloud Computing
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Electrical Engineering and Informatics
Credit 2
Syllabus Prinsip komputasi Awan Cloud Computing Node Cloud Storage Cloud Database Cloud Networking Load Balancing & Scaling Cloud Application Architecture Kubernetes
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II4039 Product Management
Code II4039
Name Product Management
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Electrical Engineering and Informatics
Credit 2
Syllabus product management introduction, product planning, product requirements development, minimum viable product
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II4051 Multimedia System Engineering
Code II4051
Name Multimedia System Engineering
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Electrical Engineering and Informatics
Credit 2
Syllabus This course is intended to give knowledge and understanding on multimedia fundamental: 1. Multimedia system, architecture, and components, multimedia system requirement identification; 2. Multimedia data representation includes graphics, image, audio, and video; 3. Multimedia authoring tools and multimedia devices, and Input/Output; 4. Multimedia compression; 5. Multimedia communication. This course also discusses system engineering methodology for designing and developing multimedia system. Moreover, this course discusses modern multimedia tools and standards: embedded system and its operating system, computing platform and application.
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II4062 Data Warehouse & Business Intelligence
Code II4062
Name Data Warehouse & Business Intelligence
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Electrical Engineering and Informatics
Credit 2
Syllabus basic concepts, the role of business intelligence in decision making, business intelligence components, datawarehouse concepts, multidimentional data, datawarehouse logic design, OLAP
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IL2204 Environmental Health
Code IL2204
Name Environmental Health
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Credit 2
Syllabus This subject gives definition about environmental health as a basic to improve public health through environment engineering efforts. This also contains terms healthy, health, public health, human interaction with environment and the effects of it (water, air, soil, biosphere, and sosiosphere borne deseases). The principles of environment management will be discussed as the efforts to prevent deseases.
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IL3202 Wastewater Management System
Code IL3202
Name Wastewater Management System
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Credit 3
Syllabus Role of Environmental Technology Appropriate in improving public health, able to analyse the ability of society and to plan appropriate technology, can design three PAB, and three sanitary facilities with due regard to the terms of its implementation, M&O, as well as all non-technical aspects that support it, and can explain technology reuse resources
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IL4202 Appropriate Sanitation Technology
Code IL4202
Name Appropriate Sanitation Technology
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Credit 3
Syllabus This subject gives understanding about Appropriate Technology in Infrastructure Saniattion, the measurement of public financial capacity, institutional aspect, financial management, participation, health, health education, wells and pumps, rain water reservoir, gravitationalwater distribution, ventilated pit latrine, septictank selection of technologies, stabilization ponds, reuse.
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IL4208 Vector Control
Code IL4208
Name Vector Control
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Credit 2
Syllabus Identification of vector and rodent, vectors habitat, type of deseases transmitted by vectors, surveillance method, identification evaluation, and control vectors, rodent monitoring and controlling, arthropoda characteristics and life cycle, mosquito, fly, cockroach, lice and mite, and rodent identification, monitoring and controlling.
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IL4209 Sustainable Sanitation
Code IL4209
Name Sustainable Sanitation
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Credit 2
Syllabus In accordance with the mandate of SDGs 2030, access to safe and sustainable drinking water and domestic wastewater management is the goal of development. This course provides an understanding of the challenges faced and alternative strategies that can be taken in planning, implementing and managing sustainable sanitation programs (including drinking water, domestic wastewater, and solid waste). This course also includes indicators of sustainable sanitation which include the environment and natural resources, technology and operations, finance and economics, social culture and institutions. In this lecture, there was also insight into important issues in sustainability, including the linkages between sanitation, nutrition, and agriculture, Water Safety Plan and Sanitation Safety Plan, information and communication technology innovations in monitoring and billing systems.
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KR2206 Aesthetics of Nusantara
Code KR2206
Name Aesthetics of Nusantara
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Art and Design
Credit 2
Syllabus This course provides knowledge of forms (visual/visible forms) as aesthetic forms and their relations as related to the principles, characteristics, terminologies, and expressions as outward forms (styles) and their ‘inner’ values (significant). This course also provides knowledge of about the philosophy and development of particular craft artifacts in Nusantara.
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KR3217 Indonesian Traditional Textile
Code KR3217
Name Indonesian Traditional Textile
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Art and Design
Credit 2
Syllabus Pemahaman suatu kebudayaan yang tersirat dalam kain Indonesia sehingga kain tersebut mempunyai makna filosofis, fungsi dan nilai jual yang tinggi. Kekayaan budaya Indonesia dapat dilihat dari keragaman kain tradisional Indonesia yang tersebar di seluruh pelosok Indonesia sehingga Indonesia sangat dikenal di dunia akan kain tradisionalnya.
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KU3025 Independent Study / Project B
Code KU3025
Name Independent Study / Project B
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Industrial Technology
Credit 2
Syllabus -
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KU3025 Independent Study / Project B
Code KU3025
Name Independent Study / Project B
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Life Sciences and Technology
Credit 2
Syllabus -
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MB2201 Technology and Operation Management
Code MB2201
Name Technology and Operation Management
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 4
Syllabus This course provides an introduction to the concepts and a general management perspective of the role of technology and operations management (TOM) in companies in both manufacturing and service industries. It offers a broad survey of the concepts and techniques involved in designing and managing operations. Students explore the role of operations in building the competitive strength of the firm and in fulfilling the firm’s goal of creating value and delivering customer satisfaction. Focus is on the leading decisions Operations Managers must make within the wider corporate and industry context, from initial product and process design to inventory and quality management, maintenance and development over time. Excel and application software are used extensively to develop quantitative OM analyses.
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MB2202 Human Capital Management
Code MB2202
Name Human Capital Management
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 4
Syllabus Human capital is vitally important for an organization’s success because it is the stock of competencies, knowledge, social and personality attributes, including creativity, embodied in the ability to perform labor so as to produce economic value. Human resource management activities such as recruiting, training, appraising, compensating and developing employees are part of every manager’s job that should be done to ensure that the company employs the right people at the right place and at the right time. It is the reason why managing human capital becoming more and more important in as part of strategic management for companies.
Language EN
MB2204 International Trade and Finance
Code MB2204
Name International Trade and Finance
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus Multinational firms must have proper strategy to deal with global uncertainty related to the international trade and finance activities. For this reason, a various of international trade and finance knowledge and instruments will be delivered in this course i.e., international trade and capital flows, international financial market, exchange rate, foreign direct investment (FDI), country risk analysis, letter of credit, arbitrage, hedging, and international capital budgeting. Students are expected to learn how to understand the concept of international trade and finance, and how these instruments of international trade and finance implemented by multinational firms will be important in sustaining multinational firms’ operation and profits in dealing with the global uncertainty.
Language EN
MB3004 Enterpreneurial Leadership for Business Growth
Code MB3004
Name Enterpreneurial Leadership for Business Growth
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 2
Syllabus The need for improved soft skills in business management is now widely recognized. This course supplements traditional business management education by providing tools for executives to improve their competencies (including soft skills) as an effective entrepreneurial leader. The objective of this course is to improve the soft skills of the participants, related to leadership, communication, practicing opportunistic mindset (spend most of the time with customers/clients, innovate things and managing cash flow), and team work.
Language EN
MB3231 International Business
Code MB3231
Name International Business
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 4
Syllabus This course can open the student's point of view about the international market. Students can see the opportunity in the international market when the domestic market has been saturated. At the same time, they will develop their management knowledge in the international business level. There are significant differences in how the foreign country runs its business due to influence from political, culture, legal and economical of the country. The student will able to create the product that suitable with the international market, expand the supply chain into the global supply chain level and suggest the fit pricing strategy for the international market which consider the tax, tariff and transportation cost. In the end, students can suggest the entry strategy to the foreign market, such as joint venture, foreign direct investment, merges and acquisition.
Language EN
MB3232 The Anthropology of Organization
Code MB3232
Name The Anthropology of Organization
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus This course aims to improve students’ ability to analyze comprehensively the operations of an organization or a unit within an organization using the method of ethnographic investigation. At the end of the course all students will submit a 5000-word report on their individual research. The Anthropology of Organizations being a capstone course for final year students is intended to bring together much of the knowledge and skills and desired attitudes taught in courses in the first and second years for practical application in a small research project. In particular this option requires students to think critically, creatively and constructively about issues such as the principles of management, the structure of organizations, the role of various units (sales, marketing, customer service, etc.) within an organization, innovation and research, holistic thinking, corporate responsibility (internal and external), and business communication. It requires students to be aware of all these issues and their ethical dimensions while they are doing fieldwork research on site into the operations of a local organization- a business or, for example, an NGO, a government office, a law firm, school or a university department.
Language EN
MB4011 Business Intelligence and Analytics
Code MB4011
Name Business Intelligence and Analytics
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 4
Syllabus Responding to the increasing digitalization of business and the importance of utilizing large-sized data, this course provides practical knowledge and skills related to how to design, extract, and utilize large data sizes for decision making purposes in business and management contexts. Using an intelligence system framework and business analytics, the topics of data modeling, data warehousing, descriptive, predictive, and predictive analytics will be discussed and trained through a series of practicums, exams, and a final project.
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MB4015 Corporate Finance
Code MB4015
Name Corporate Finance
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 4
Syllabus This course extends corporate finance concepts introduced in Financial Management unit to advance the knowledge and understanding of corporate financial decision making. Further, this course will prepare students to do research in corporate finance related topics. This course will equip students with applied tools and skills as well as the empirical study required to accomplish their final projects. Therefore, this course is a capstone unit for students with finance concentration. Topics include valuation for startup, relative valuation, real option, dividend policy, agency theory and corporate governance, initial public offerings, international corporate finance, mergers and acquisitions, leasing, financial distress and corporate social responsibility. This course aims to provide students with a comprehensive knowledge of finance topics and current related issues. This comprehensive knowledge will equip students in pursuing career in finance or in areas such as consulting or strategic planning where they will need to understand the financial policies in a company.
Language EN
MB4017 Digital Human Capital Management
Code MB4017
Name Digital Human Capital Management
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus The evolution of people management (e.g. from Personnel to Human Resource, Human Capital to a Strategic Human Resource/Capital) is a seminal process. Particularly in the stage of Strategic Human Resource/Capital Management, due to the fast-paced strategic environmental changes brings organizations to find the appropriate fit between people management and the business needs. Within the last 10 years (2005-2015), the volatility, uncertainty, complexity, and ambiguity (VUCA) world has led the business entities to find the right fit of how they have to manage people. Strategic shifts in the environment of businesses (Georg Vielmetter and Yvonne Sell: Leadership 2030: The Six Megatrends You Need to Understand to Lead Your Company into the Future, Amacom, 2014): ● Globalization 2.0, where the dominant flow of economic influence shifting from west to east ● Environmental crisis, critical natural resources grow scarce and climate change more threatening ● Individualization and value pluralism, customers and employees expect attention to their individual needs, dismissing the concept of loyalty ● The digital era, young digital natives conflate working and personal lives and demand unprecedented transparency ● Demographic change, a rapidly aging population sparks full-scale battles for talent ● Technological convergence, nanotechnology and biotechnology merge, creating a massive wave of technological advances. There are more pressures to the way how do companies manage their people. In principle, in order to put people (employees) committed and contribute in the middle of all those pressures, HR Professionals as where as the HR systems/practices have to be adjusted. This module is designed for the undergraduate students who would like to develop themselves to understand the “contemporary” management to manage people. Moreover, undergraduate who are belong to the millennials generations will need the sense of these pressures and its consequences to managing people, because they will soon become the leaders/managers of the near future business entities. Contemporary in the sense that the HR systems, policies, philosophies, practices deviate from the traditional HR systems, philosophies, policies and practices.
Language EN
MB4020 Management of Technology
Code MB4020
Name Management of Technology
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 4
Syllabus The lecture provides an introduction to the concept in management of technology, including a broad understanding of how technologies are deployed, their impact and their strategic importance. The course uses cases, readings and exercises to understand the issues involved in management of technology, such as disruptive technology, some challenges on technology innovation, future technology, etc. People are naturally creative. They create technologies for lifestyle betterment. Lifestyle betterment is achieved through technological innovation. Therefore, technological innovations enable competitive human development. This lecture helps students to understand the basic concepts of technology management and its role in business competition and wealth creation.
Language EN
MB4022 Operations Excellent Strategy
Code MB4022
Name Operations Excellent Strategy
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 4
Syllabus This course introduces and exposes students with the basic concepts of building and sustaining competitive advantage through operations. In other words, we adopt the view that operations function has a strategic role for any company’s future sustainability. The contents of this course are divided into two major decision categories: structural and infrastructural. Structural decisions include capacity, sourcing and vertical integration, facilities, and information and process technology. Infrastructural decisions are about systems and policies, including resources allocation and capital budgeting systems, human resource systems, work planning and control systems, quality systems, measurement and reward systems, product and process development systems, and organization. It should be noted here, however, that some of these infrastructural decisions will not be covered in this course and they may be learned more comprehensively in other elective course(s).
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MB4024 New Product Development
Code MB4024
Name New Product Development
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus This course is designed with focus on the process of developing new products or services which exists in every organization (industry, retailing, government, etc.) and the factors that influence success and failure at each stage of development. It is crucial for companies to keep up with changes and trends in the market to ensure their success as consumer needs and wants continuously change. Companies should respond to these changes through their products and services to fulfill particular consumer needs. New product development is an essential for all businesses to exist and survive for any length of time. Every product has a life cycle, of which it will eventually reach the end of a product life cycle. Thus every business needs to innovate continuously either to stay ahead of the competition, by offering new product (or service) to market. Companies have become increasingly dependent on new product development as a source of innovation and profitability. A high percentage of sales and profits of any business organization are directly tied to the successful introduction of new products and services. Unfortunately, the failure rate of these introductions is high because of the lack of understanding of the process.
Language EN
MB4025 Intercultural Communication and Conflict Management
Code MB4025
Name Intercultural Communication and Conflict Management
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 4
Syllabus Conflicts around the world (not only in the context of business and management but also in society in general) happen as a result of various types of diversity among people. With the technology that connects people, the world that becomes increasingly borderless not only provides opportunities for people to work together but also facilitates conflicts. Therefore, it becomes important for us to be aware of diversity of any kind and think of techniques to communicate especially in managing conflicts. Intercultural Communication and Conflict Management at the undergraduate level introduces participants to interactional dynamics that occur between and among people coming from various cultural and identity backgrounds. Dealing with such dynamics requires awareness and sensitivity of oneself as an integral part various socio-cultural webs, diversity of communication phenomena that occurs between oneself and others and among people in general, and strategies on managing conflicts that occur as a result of that diversity. As an elective, this course is especially directed at students who in their future career wish to deal with people coming from various cultural and identity backgrounds or those who plan to work or study in another country or culture.
Language EN
MB4026 Entrepreneurial Finance
Code MB4026
Name Entrepreneurial Finance
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus Before going public, companies like Facebook and LinkedIn relied on venture capital financing to grow. This course teaches the necessary tools entrepreneurs to find alternative funding for their start-up and evaluate these early-stage companies.
Language EN
MB4027 Servicescape Marketing
Code MB4027
Name Servicescape Marketing
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus SERVICESCAPE can be said in other words, namely building retail space to bring together Products / Brands with customers. Of course, the appearance of the space, for each brand, will vary depending on the company's vision and mission that customers, partners and competitors want to perceive. However, the appearance of a room is a note and the desire that customers expect to be served in a representative room. Servicescape in the view of marketing is played as a strategy to convince the public and the market, as the identity of a brand that is different from other similar brands.
Language EN
MB4028 Industry 4.0 and Digitalisation
Code MB4028
Name Industry 4.0 and Digitalisation
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus The world is at the onset of automated decision making and processes with the advancement of the Fourth Industrial Revolution (IR4). Innovation in information technology infrastructure and algorithm has resulted in immense improvements in computational power and enhanced capabilities in connecting the dots in an increasingly networked society. Digital platforms in the Cloud provides a perfect repository and computing power for inventing new artificial intelligent algorithms to analyse data and derive knowledge. This data and knowledge are the engine to operationalize use of cyber physical systems. This course provides a comprehensive coverage on, among others, the role of data, manufacturing systems, various Industry 4.0 technologies, applications, business model and case studies. In particular, we also draw input from researchers and practitioners on what are the opportunities and challenges brought about by Industry 4.0, and how organisations can be better prepared to harvest the benefits of this latest industrial revolution.
Language EN
MB4029 Food Supply Chain Management and Logistics
Code MB4029
Name Food Supply Chain Management and Logistics
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus Food is a very important part of human life and it has changed rapidly in the past decade. The movement of people for work and migration has led to a demand for food products from across the globe and retailers are keen to oblige. The style of retail environments, the technology advancements in tracking, operations management and packaging have made it possible to import a food item from any part of the world at the right quality specifications. The only reason for the supply chain being this complicated is to save on operating costs, but this also brings more risks into the chain. This course try to analyze state of the art of food supply chain and logistics research and define the contribution to the topics.
Language EN
MB4031 Critical Thinking, Logic and Complexity
Code MB4031
Name Critical Thinking, Logic and Complexity
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus Decision makers at all levels are required to manage the consequences of every complexity day. They have to deal with problems that arise unexpectedly, cause uncertainty, characterized by interconnectivity, and spread across traditional boundaries. This course will provide critical, logical and complex thinking skills using an all-systems thinking approach.
Language EN
MB4032 Hospitality and Tourism Marketing
Code MB4032
Name Hospitality and Tourism Marketing
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus The development of the internet and digital technologies has radically affected the global information system and has resulted in significant changes in the tourism industry. Organic travel experiences shared on the digital platforms have become the predominant information sources that tourists refer to; which influence tourists’ decision making. Hospitality services and destination image are some significant factors in the decision to visit; therefore, it is very crucial to build effective marketing campaigns to increase its competitive advantage. In addition, considering the tremendous impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic on global tourism in 2020, it is critical to boost up the recovery of the hospitality and tourism industry by building positive destination images, reconstructing the hospitality and tourism systems, strengthening domestic tourisms and improving tourists’ optimism on travelling again to revitalise the national economic growth.
Language EN
MB4041 Modelling and Simulation for Decision Analysis
Code MB4041
Name Modelling and Simulation for Decision Analysis
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus To make a decision, comprehensive understanding of the business processes, complete and organized information and data, and understanding of the impacts of any course of actions are needed. This course develop student’s ability to build models using Microsoft Excel as a tool. By creating a model of the business processes, the relevant information can be sorted and organized, the interactions that occur between business entities can be structured and the consequences that will arise as a result of various scenarios can be analyzed. With the ability to create a model in the future, the students are expected to be able to make robust and accountable decisions
Language EN
MB4042 Capital Market
Code MB4042
Name Capital Market
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus Capital market course provides an in-depth discussion of fundamental principles and practical aspects related to equity securities such as stocks, bond, mutual funds, indexes, and derivatives. This course is not only exposed the students to some important theories on capital markets butalsotogivefirsthandexperiencesininvestinginIndonesia’scapital market. The main objectives will focus on developing students’ skills, knowledge and attitude toward capital market practices.
Language EN
MB4044 Financial Planning
Code MB4044
Name Financial Planning
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus This lecture studies how to identify financial problems faced by a person and their financial needs according to the allocation of funds they have. Starting from the material dreams into goals, the scope of financial planning, education funds, insurance, pension funds, investment products, personal tax planning, and wealth distribution
Language EN
MB4045 Investment Management
Code MB4045
Name Investment Management
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus This course discusses the following topics: 1. Introduction to Investment Management 2. Money-Time Relationship and Equivalence 3. Applications of Money-Time Relationship 4. Depreciation and Income Taxes 5. Replacement Analysis 6. Analyzing Public Projects 7. Probabilistic Risk Analysis 8. Investment Project Feasibility Analysis
Language EN
MB4046 Islamic Banking
Code MB4046
Name Islamic Banking
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus This course discusses the following topics: 1. The background and reason for the birth of Islamic Banking System 2. The Development of Islamic Banking System 3. The Basic of Banking System 4. Fiqh Mu'amala 5. Funding Products 6. Financing Products 7. Islamic Insurance 8. Islamic Pawning 9. Critical and Comparative Analysis
Language EN
MB4047 Business Risk and Venture Capital
Code MB4047
Name Business Risk and Venture Capital
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus In doing business, we always face various risks that can occur from the early stages of the business and up to the established business. Risk can occur anywhere and anytime in every stage of the business process. Starting from forming a business entity, finding sources of funds, investment partners, production, marketing and sales of products. Risk cannot be removed / ignored. However, risks can be mitigated to prevent large business losses. Business risk is also an opportunity for profit. The higher the business risk, the greater the operating profit that will be obtained. New businesses / start-up always faces capital constraints, thus opening opportunities for capital owners to invest in new businesses / businesses. Investors who fund new entrepreneurs are known as venture capitalist. New entrepreneurs always find it difficult to get bank loans because banks ask for various loan conditions such as collateral, the company's performance must have booked a business profit that can pay the principal and interest of the loan. As an investor / venture capitalist who provides venture capital funds, they will study the business risks that will be faced by new entrepreneurs. Therefore, students must understand and be able to manage business risks by identifying risks, analyzing risks, calculating and mapping risks, mitigating risks and monitoring and reporting risks that have a large potential loss. This lecture is above other courses at SBM because the material content of every process in business must be understood and analyzed where all business risks must be identified, measured and managed properly and how to find sources of funds with collaboration between funds from business owners / founders and investors as venture capitalist. Therefore, to gain a comprehensive and in-depth understanding of business risk, knowledge of entrepreneurship, marketing, financial management, managerial accounting, financial accounting, technology, operations management, human capital management is required to be integrated in managing business and business risks. This course will build a solid pillar for the understanding of managing risk and risk awareness that is essential to developing a professional company in manner of Good Corporate Covernance, Risk and Compliance.
Language EN
MB4048 Emotional Branding
Code MB4048
Name Emotional Branding
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus Currently, competition for the sale of various products and services in conventional markets and the internet is very tight. The level of public or consumer trust is the main capital in building a brand. Emotionally, the presence of a brand will involve the level of taste of its consumers, where if the same goal is achieved between the performance of the brand and the needs of its consumers, it will strengthen the presence of a brand in the eyes of its consumers. . In this case the brand owner must be able to build a communication strategy that is honest and reliable, there is no gimmick that can mislead consumers. The reason is, the level of trust obtained by the brand owner will make it an invaluable asset for the existence of a product that carries a brand so that it can survive in the market.In addition to combating losses from risk exposure we must understand clearly the importance and key roles that financial institutions play in our lives and careers. These institutions are the principal means that we all draw upon to make payments for the goods and services we wish to buy. They are the vehicles through which we raise liquidity when emergency needs for cash arise. They are the principal repositories for our savings as we prepare for future spending and future financial challenges. They are the primary suppliers of credit which fuels spending and results in the creation of more jobs. These financial firms we will be studying are the principal sources for insurance protection and the purveyor of hedges to help us protect the value of the assets we hold and the income we receive. Finally, the financial-service providers we target in this course are major vehicles through which government economic policy (including monetary policy carried out by central banks) struggles in an attempt to stabilize the economy, avoid serious inflation, and reduce unemployment. To be successful in our study we must learn about the key differences between one type of financial-service provider and another, and about the management principles and practices that can be used to help strengthen these firms, offering better service to the public. At the end of the course, students are expected to understand the principles of sound financial management and the best practices for today’s financial firms and financial-service industries.
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MB4049 Retail Management
Code MB4049
Name Retail Management
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 4
Syllabus Retail Management is the continuation of marketing, especially in the field of channeling and or sales. Since SBM didn’t offer Sales Management, this course serves also as a Sales Management course. This course will equipp students who wants to start her or his own business as well as starting their career in fast moving goods. Students who enroll in this course will understand the nature of retail and how to deal with retailers.
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MB4053 Corporate Social Responsibility
Code MB4053
Name Corporate Social Responsibility
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus This lecture is given to answer the question of empathy as a businessman to the general public. An entrepreneur is basically not only mere profit financially, but also must try to gain social order of business being operated obtain permission from the local community around the company. Therefore, this course provides a deeper understanding of the community and how a company adapts itself to the social life of the community Recently, corporate has to apply responsibility for family of employee and also for the community around the company. This phenomenon called as Corporate Social Responsibility or Corporate social responsibility is the continuing commitment by business to contribute to economic development while improving the quality of life of the workforce and their families as well as of the community and society at large. Corporate Social Responsibility has to be applied as a need by company for continuing their activities and earn social benefit from community and the employee.
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MB4054 Quality Management
Code MB4054
Name Quality Management
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus This course is meant to explain the concept of quality in general, management and quality improvement in an organization to improve production of products and services which also increases the organization competence which is the prequest of the the globalization and trade libralization era. Only companies with quality management systems can compete in this era. This course is designed for the executives student and aims to develop the skills and competence required as follow : 1. Have thorough understanding of Total Quality Management in Theory and Practice 2. Equip students with concepts and techniques to design Quality Managemnet Initiatives contextual to the company’s needs 3. Knowledge and understanding to increase company’s quality management system by identifying and analyzing the areas that require improvement.
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MB4057 Service Marketing
Code MB4057
Name Service Marketing
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus This course will provide students with concepts from services marketing as a supplement from Principles of Marketing Course. This course will focus on specific problems in service industry settings and familiarize students with strategies to solve them. Concepts will be illustrated with using cases and examples. Students will also get a hands-on experience by doing a semester-long project to apply concepts in simple business setting.
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MB5105 Financial Statement Analysis
Code MB5105
Name Financial Statement Analysis
Degree Master
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 2
Syllabus Advanced Economics is concerned with the concept and the application of economic principles and methodologies for the decision-making process of the individual, business, firm, government that operates under risk and uncertainty, and its consequences. This course is an intermediate level, somehow more rigorous than the basic economic course. This course will emphasize both on the microeconomics and macroeconomics aspects. On the microeconomics side, it will built form the concept of supply and demand, producer theory, competition and information economics. On the macroeconomics side it will discuss on the growth, unemployment, inflation and how government and central banks deal with that. At the end of the semester it will discuss on how international economy affects local economy through trading and exchange rates.
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MB5201 Practice in Data Analytics
Code MB5201
Name Practice in Data Analytics
Degree Master
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus The essential focus of this course is to build an understanding and practicing of data analytics that consists of descrptive, predictive, and prescriptive analytics. You’ll also discover how to think data-analytically, and fully appreciate how data science methods can support business decision-making.
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MB5201 Practice in Data Analytics
Code MB5201
Name Practice in Data Analytics
Degree Master
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus The essential focus of this course is to build an understanding and practicing of data analytics that consists of descrptive, predictive, and prescriptive analytics. You’ll also discover how to think data-analytically, and fully appreciate how data science methods can support business decision-making.
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MB5202 Academic Writing
Code MB5202
Name Academic Writing
Degree Master
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 2
Syllabus This course mainly will be individual work supervised by the thesis advisor(s) with some guided technical academic writing lectures to develop student’s skill in conducting literature review, finding research gaps, and choosing the proper research methodology. Closely working with Thesis advisor, the courses will be started by saturating students with all relevant references related to their thesis topics, then followed by scheduled guided lecture of how to develop literature review and research proposal. At the end, students are required to submit report as the form of research proposal that will be used as the part of their thesis and working paper for publication.
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MB5203 Corporate Finance and Portfolio Management
Code MB5203
Name Corporate Finance and Portfolio Management
Degree Master
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 4
Syllabus Corporate Finance and Investment Portfolio Analysis course acts as a complement and supplement of Quantitative Research Methodology, Advanced Economics and Financial Statement Analysis courses. This course would cover topics such as cash budget, capital budgeting, financial planning, cost of capital, capital structure, finance in digital era, and other selected topics. In addition, this course also discusses decision-making topics regarding portfolio investment strategies. Regarding asset portfolios, the discussion will cover assets in the form of stocks, bonds, and derivatives. Optimization techniques will also be discussed in lectures to solve problems related to portfolio optimization in both static and dynamic environments. By understanding the basics in corporate finance and investment portfolio strategy as well as related empirical research, students could fill the gap or extend the literature for further research.
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MB6001 Strategic Value Innovation
Code MB6001
Name Strategic Value Innovation
Degree Master
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus The goal of the course is to learn the fundamentals of how to manage organizations strategically. Strategic management of organizations is a complex undertaking which starts with the central question: why are some firms more profitable than others? The course will require students to examine this question by integrating knowledge from prior business courses, while simultaneously learning and applying new strategic management concepts, principles, frameworks and methodologies. In this lecture, things that distinguish high growth companies are also studied compared to other similar companies.
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MB6003 Advanced Consumer Behaviour
Code MB6003
Name Advanced Consumer Behaviour
Degree Master
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus Consumer behavior is one of the most interesting and important aspects of marketing management. All decisions involved in developing an affective marketing mix for a product or service rely thorough knowledge of the consumers who comprise the target market. Understanding the behavior of consumer can help marketers anticipate reactions to changes in the marketing mix or determine when new products are likely to be adopted. Application of behavior science theory and research to the consumption behavior of individuals in society: 1. Examines the consumer decision process and the effect on consumer decision making of external environmental influences (culture, subculture, social class, reference groups, family, and personal influences) and of internal psychological influences (personality and lifestyle, learning, motives, perception, and beliefs and attitudes). 2. Understanding current theoretical and methodological approaches to various aspects of consumer behavior, as well as Advancing this knowledge by developing testable hypotheses and theoretical perspectives that build on the current knowledge base.
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MB6007 Science Based Policy
Code MB6007
Name Science Based Policy
Degree Master
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus The essential focus of this course is to develop the capability to use scientific approaches in terms of modeling to explore and to explain the process of policy making. The analytical and systematic approaches will be discussed in detail in this course through examples and cases. Hands on activity will be conducted in this course to develop deep understanding for the student.
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MB6008 Confrontation and Collaboration Analysis
Code MB6008
Name Confrontation and Collaboration Analysis
Degree Master
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus In dealing with conflict, many people has limitation to see clearly the real form of conflict, since naturally, human has only partial incomplete information, especially in a dispute. Moreover, influence of emotion usually worsen the situation. In this course, students will study how to develop a framework for understanding and managing conflict. Consequence of interaction among conflicting parties is discussed, along with the role of emotion that shifts preference. The phenomenon about some better situation that are not choosen is also studied as well as cooperation among dispute parties.
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MB6013 Sustainable Transportation and Logistics
Code MB6013
Name Sustainable Transportation and Logistics
Degree Master
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus This course presents core knowledge related to the areas of Transportation, Logistics and Distribution (TLD) management within supply chain operations. It provides deep insight into the key functional areas and complex activities required with moving goods through the supply chain from supplier to the end customer. This course also presents climate change, energy transition, digitization and technology disruption that are rapidly creating new expectations for the TLD industry. Particular focus will include global transportation, automated logistics (such as the autonomous ports, truck platooning, and self-organization), sustainable logistics flows, ICT, and data-driven logistics.
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MB6017 Knowledge Management and Learning Organization
Code MB6017
Name Knowledge Management and Learning Organization
Degree Master
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus Knowledge is fast becoming the most important capital an organization can retain as it has the capacity to ensure corporate longevity and success sustainability by encouraging flexible and adaptable organization that rapidly implements product and/or service improvement in anticipation of the marketplace change. Knowledge is an intangible capital, yet providing a learning environment that encourages experimentation that is measured with discipline and procedures necessary for optimizing this process has the capacity to change the competitive position of any organization. Many CEOs will agree that their most competitive advantage is their “brain-ware” or their “human capital”. Knowledge Management (KM) is the process of creating value from an organization’s intangible capital. KM creates, deploys or transforms knowledge from individual brainware to organizational actions that can improve the competitive position of a company, and give it a marketplace advantage. KM is a process of sourcing, deploying and using knowledge capital for better work performance. KM is a key success factor for corporate competitiveness. Knowledge workers motivated to learn coupled with a positive attitude, and spirit to share and improve his/her knowledge, are seeds to develop a Knowledge-based Organization. Change management is the transformation vehicle that encourages open experimentation and supports trust and learning culture as a learning organization foundation; and change people's habit and attitude, to become knowledge workers. People are the agents of change in any organization, and a strategy is nothing more than an empty vision until successfully implemented by people. The success of the change process depends on communication, sharing knowledge, and the capacity to implement innovative ideas. Knowledge for understanding and reasoning, and the utilization of change management skills become the building blocks of successful value creation and implementation.
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MB6018 People Analytics
Code MB6018
Name People Analytics
Degree Master
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus The era of Big Data related to the Digital era in the context of Industry 4.0 requires analysis and decision-making quickly and comprehensively. In human capital management, employee or person analysis must be supported by data from any application and source. This module is designed for graduate students with master and doctoral degrees in science management at SBM who would like to develop knowledge and understand more of the HCM in the Digital Era. The analysis is associated with the model and the ability to analyze data using statistical methods. The development of big data with 4V (velocity, volume, veracity and variety) allows analysis using descriptive, predictive and prescriptive references used both from journals and other sources related to People Analytics.
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MB6019 Special Topics in Management
Code MB6019
Name Special Topics in Management
Degree Master
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus This course examines special topics from a number of management areas. The course will provide the student exposure to deeper issues in areas of management such as marketing, production, human capital management, entrepreneurship, and strategic management. In addition, the course examines strategic issues such as technology management and sustainability. The coverage of topics will be based on students’ research interests. This course examines a range of important theories in the management field. The basic elements of these theories will be discussed. Ways in which these theories are invoked and operationalized in empirical and conceptual studies will also be discussed. A strong emphasis will be placed on linking these theories to the various research topics in management.
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MK2105 Human Capital and Organization for Technopreneurship
Code MK2105
Name Human Capital and Organization for Technopreneurship
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus This subject consisted of human capital resource management and organization to achieve corporate vision /mission especially entrepreneurial companies. The materials are designed so that students are able to plan, manage and coordinate, as well as evaluate human resources This subject introduces the foundation of knowledge, skills and characters relate to human resource management and organization, as well as the functions or tasks in human resources management so that corporate vision /mission can be achieved. Not only theory but also practical method to run the company, especially the new company as well as its development. Course activities are designed to plan, manage, coordinate and evaluate the human resources within the organization that include strategic human resources management activities, organizational design and organizational culture, job analysis, standard operating procedures, human resource planning, recruitment, selection, training and employee development, performance appraisal (including career development), safety and health, organizational change management and conflict management.
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MK2201 Market Research
Code MK2201
Name Market Research
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus In this course, the learning methods are as follows: The general lecturing which will be performed interactively to give the students a chance to contribute to the discussion. Discussion on several case studies can make the students have an experience of solving real-life business problems that happen in the past. After several lecturing sessions, students will be asked to do marketing research exercises starting with exploratory research (qualitative research) such as FGD, observation, etc. Then they are asked to perform quantitative research starting from designing a questionnaire, conducting a survey, and compiling data. In between, they will be trained to operate statistical software such as SPSS. Students then practice to do data analysis and make a statistical inference in which they can give recommendations for the marketing research problem. During the course, guest lecturers will be invited to share their experience in conducting marketing research in their company.
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MK2203 Decision Making and Negotiation for Technopreneurship
Code MK2203
Name Decision Making and Negotiation for Technopreneurship
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus We all make decisions of varying importance every day, so the idea that decision making can be rather sophisticated art may at first seem strange. However, studies have shown that most people are much poorer at decision making than they think. An understanding of what decision making involves, together with a few effective techniques, will help produce better decisions. Many people define decision making as a choice of the best alternative among available alternatives. However, the definition can not five a complete figure of decision making in reality. First, in order to make a decision, a decision maker should define "what is the objective based on his/her values". This step is very important, because when we understand clearly our objectives, it provides us opportunities to generate alternatives creatively. Then, if a decision maker has had a clear definition of the problem, the next activities at the problem modelling in order to choose the best alternative. A manager is a decision maker who has the main responsibility to set "What is the problem" or "What to do", and the "Choice of the best alternative". However in a situation that involves more than one decision maker, each of them has different values that makes decision making become more complex. In this situation, decision maker need to manage a negotiation (communication of the interests) process among stakeholders to achieve the goal. This course will comprise two core topics, single decision making and negotiation. The first topic will be provided at the first half of the semester and the later will be provided at the end of half semester.
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MK2204 Production System and Technology
Code MK2204
Name Production System and Technology
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus The main goal of this course is to learn how to deliver a firm’s goods and services in the most effective manner. A great deal of focus is on efficiency and effectiveness of processes. At the fundamental level, it deals with getting the day-to-day work do. This course is an introduction to the concepts, principles, problems, and practices of operations management. Emphasis is on managerial processes for effective operations in both goods-producing and service-rendering organization. This course provides a general introduction to production system and technology (PST), or the production and delivery of goods and services. Students will learn to observe and analyze an organization from a systems or process-perspective and apply the concept in their business. From this lens, students will learn to design, operate, and improve the systems that deliver goods and services through OM tools such as process flow diagrams, lean management, and decision trees. Ultimately, this course aims to familiarize students with the major operational issues that confront managers, and provide them with the basic language, concepts, insights, and analytical tools to deal with these issues.
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MK3014 Creative and Cultural Entrepreneurship
Code MK3014
Name Creative and Cultural Entrepreneurship
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus This course is very useful for the entrepreneur in the creative field where they can learn to understand the business environment and trends around the creative and cultural industries, creative organization learning set, how to organize copyright, how creative strategies to get into this industry.
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MK3016 Social Entrepreneurship
Code MK3016
Name Social Entrepreneurship
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus Social entrepreneurship basically is a group of people who have solidarity, whether mechanic or organic. Working together and empathy is the core of this business.
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MK3030 Collaboration and Co-Creation for Entrepreneurship
Code MK3030
Name Collaboration and Co-Creation for Entrepreneurship
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus Start-up founders are often formed as a cross-functional team to manage initiatives related to product innovation. The assumption is that (a) a successful and creative product must reflect the integration of many existing talents and ideas, therefore the innovation process will require integration among the people who own it, and (b) when people with multiple-talents is placed in the team, they will interact, nurture ideas, and collaborate to produce new creative products and ideas. Although teams at start-ups are relatively easy to form, in fact encouraging collaboration among the founders has proven difficult in practice. Some teams are able to achieve high levels of collaboration resulting in innovation, but others simply imitate and create competition and conflict in start-up organizations.
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MK3031 Creative Problem Solving
Code MK3031
Name Creative Problem Solving
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus The essence of TSI is to encourage highly creative thinking about the nature of any problem situation before a decision is taken about the character of the main difficulties to be addressed. Once that decision has been taken, then TSI will steer the decision makers towards the type of system methodology most appropriate for dealing with the kind of difficulties identified as being most significant.
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MK3104 Sustainability Business
Code MK3104
Name Sustainability Business
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 2
Syllabus The three competency that will be deliver to students during this course will be distribute in four focus class content, as below 1. Environmental awareness Students are invited to explore and to understand the current environmental issues, renew their insight and positioning them self as a global community’s member. So take active participation to protect the environment 2. Sustainability concept and Green Economy, Provide students with insight o sustainable development, SDGs, why and how the parameter of sustainability work. 3. Sustainability and Business Issues Student will introduce the implication of sustainable development to business sectors particularly its challenging toward global market and the trend of today business respond it 4. Business strategy toward sustainability Students will provide a skill and tools how to drive a business to be a sustainable business
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MM5001 Marketing Management
Code MM5001
Name Marketing Management
Degree Master
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus Marketing plays an important role to convey customer to pay attention, engage, buy, use, and keep experiencing the product. With the advancement of technology and the rise of digital media, marketing channel, communication, and experience become more complex. This course discuss the basic concept of marketing from the concept of value and importance of value as the foundation in marketing; customer decision making process; techniques in segmenting-targeting-positioning; choosing the right channels and right pricing based on the value; the utilization of various communication strategies to create engagement and improving customer experiences; branding; the implications of global marketing operations and ethics in marketing. This courses also discuss several contemporary issue in marketing management, such as: luxury branding, social media marketing metrics and word of mouth, etc.
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MM5002 Operations and Supply Chain Management
Code MM5002
Name Operations and Supply Chain Management
Degree Master
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus The main goal of operations management is to delivering a firm’s goods and services in the most effective manner. A great deal of focus is on efficiency and effectiveness of processes. At the fundamental level, it deals with getting the day-to-day work done quickly, efficiently, without errors, and at low cost. And this is a critical responsibility of every manager. Therefore, for those who want to be a great manager, this course is provided to you.
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MM5003 Organizational Behaviour and Managing People
Code MM5003
Name Organizational Behaviour and Managing People
Degree Master
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus This course was designed to provide MBA with an outstanding perspective about Basic Organizational Behavior, and with a great perspective to manage people especially to improve individual performance – group performance and finally company or organization performance. Understanding OB becomes the basis for developing how an organization manages its human resources in an effort to create the best individual performance which ultimately provides good performance for the organization
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MM5004 Financial Report and Control
Code MM5004
Name Financial Report and Control
Degree Master
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 2
Syllabus Financial accounting is the means by which a firm’s transactions are recorded, compiled, and narrated to the reader, the end result which conveys the company’s financial condition. Financial accounting has also evolved in a new and exciting direction in which the accounting standards of individual countries are at present being harmonized with International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS). According to PricewaterhouseCoopers Indonesia, although this process is still ongoing worldwide, Ikatan Akuntan Indonesia has in fact adopted IFRS in its rulings such that many of the Pernyataan Standar Akuntansi Keuangan used today are already based on IFRS. Likewise, US Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (US GAAP) have made headways towards adhering to IFRS. The textbooks used for this coursework covers these interesting topics, and more therein. Managerial accounting, on the other hand, is focused on the internal as opposed to the external user of accounting information. In order to make sound decisions, managers must have the most accurate data at their fingertips, and must incorporate them in a final analysis that is both relevant and comprehensive; managerial accounting encompasses the methods that are applied to arrive at this end result. With regard to your coursework, I encourage you to peruse of your reading material before coming to class. This will enable you to be up and running on the topics covered, so that you may make a positive contribution to the class. I would also remind you that attendance is a significant factor in the rigorous involvement of your learning experience. For this reason, attendance is tied to your grade. More specifically, you have a required minimum attendance of 80%; otherwise, you will be downgraded. Lastly, please note that your classwork as well as your exams will be done on Excel, so please have it ready at your fingertips. I look forward to our class sessions together. Thank you.
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MM5005 Economic and Business Landscape Analysis
Code MM5005
Name Economic and Business Landscape Analysis
Degree Master
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus This course will provide the knowledge and skills on how to do decision making with the consideration of macroeconomics and microeconomics. Consideration of macroeconomics include: economic cycle and growth, national income accounting, AS/AD Model, Multiplier Model, Money Market Model, Fiscal and Monetary Policy, Digital economy, and challenges of developing countries. Consideration of microeconomics will include: supply and demand, elasticities, production and cost analysis, cost curve, market structure and game theory.
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MM5006 Financial Management & Policy
Code MM5006
Name Financial Management & Policy
Degree Master
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus MM 5006 Financial Management is a mandatory course for students enroll in MBA Program. Lectures on Financial Management provide knowledge and practical experiences in managing financial decision making in corporations and small business. Students are expected to know and apply the ethical corporate finance decision making in real business situations. This course focuses on the role of and how the financial manager maximize the value of the firm through four most important financial decision making: 1) investment (capital budgeting); 2) financing (capital structure); 3) payout (dividend) policy; and 4) working capital (current assets and current liabilities) management. Special topics on finance such as merger & acquisition or other contemporary topics also will be further explored and discussed.
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MM5007 Strategic Decision Making and Negotiation
Code MM5007
Name Strategic Decision Making and Negotiation
Degree Master
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus The essential focus of this course is to build an understanding of decision-making and negotiation processes. The course provides guidelines for effective decision making that avoid common mistakes and hidden traps, allowing students to develop insights and understanding about the nature of decision-making and negotiation, through an introduction to a range of relevant ideas, issues and frameworks that will allow for the development of competencies to improve their problem solving and decision making processes. This course will also prepare students with knowledge and skills required to negotiate and create win-win situations and to resolve conflicts amicably for all.
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MM5008 Business Ethics, Law and Sustainability
Code MM5008
Name Business Ethics, Law and Sustainability
Degree Master
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus Business activities are inherently related to profit maximization. However, this nature has given rise to countless issues, including (but not limited to) issues related to the proper treatment of people such as employees, consumers and customers or the general public (whether they are intrinsically regarded as parties whose basic rights matter or are narrowly treated as instruments or tools to achieve the goal, with their rights violated), issues related to the integrity of business transactions (whether such transactions are legitimate, honest, or transparent), and issues related to the protection of the environment (whether the environment is harmed or preserved through and as a result of business activities), among others. Business Ethics, Law, and Sustainability introduces MBA students to basic ethical and legal perspectives and related cases that are expected to provide the basic motivation to promote sustainability in and through business activities. Moreover, it is expected that students become aware of the complexity of business activities and are willing to take a more holistic approach, through the lenses of business ethics, law, and sustainability combined, in initiating and implementing business processes and transactions. The course is compulsory for MBA students of SBM ITB.
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MM5009 Strategic Management and Agile Enterprise
Code MM5009
Name Strategic Management and Agile Enterprise
Degree Master
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus The goal of the course is to learn the fundamentals of how to manage organizations strategically. Strategic management of organizations is a complex undertaking which starts with the central question: why are some firms more profitable than others? The course will require students to examine this question by integrating knowledge from prior business courses, while simultaneously learning and applying new strategic management concepts, principles, frameworks and methodologies.
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MM5010 Management of Innovation, Technology and Entrepreneurship
Code MM5010
Name Management of Innovation, Technology and Entrepreneurship
Degree Master
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus
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MM6023 Consulting Management
Code MM6023
Name Consulting Management
Degree Master
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus This course examines special topics from a number of management areas. The course will provide the student exposures to deeper issues in areas of management such as marketing, production, human capital management, entrepreneurship, and strategic management. In addition, the course examines strategic issues such as technology management and sustainability. Coverage of topics will be based on students’ research interests. This course examines a range of important theories in the management field. The basic elements of these theories will be discussed. Ways in which these theories are invoked and operationalized in empirical and conceptual studies will also be discussed. A strong emphasis will be placed on linking these theories to the various research topics in management.
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MM6024 Managing Employee Performance: Engagement and Remuneration
Code MM6024
Name Managing Employee Performance: Engagement and Remuneration
Degree Master
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus The organizations with highly engaged employees will produce extraordinary performance including higher profitability, productivity, customer satisfaction and decreased turnover. While the benefits of improving employee engagement are evident, even with this understanding, many leaders are not clear about the performance management strategies that lead to success. When employees and managers understand the why behind what they are doing, there is typically more buy-in and engagement in the process. Your high performing employees will most certainly be on board with creating and achieving goals that help the organization reach its fullest potential.
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MM6032 Capital Market Analysis
Code MM6032
Name Capital Market Analysis
Degree Master
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus Capital market analysis course provides an in-depth discussion of fundamental principles and practical aspects related to equity securities such as stocks, bond, mutual funds, indexes, and derivatives. This course is not only exposed the students to some important theories on capital markets but also to give first hand experiences in investing in Indonesia’s capital market. The main objectives will focus on developing students’ skills, knowledge and attitude toward capital market practices.
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MM6033 Corporate Risk Management
Code MM6033
Name Corporate Risk Management
Degree Master
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus Risks occur starting from the initial business phase and it continues to evolve as long as the business is still running with other forms of risk; from the establishment of funding, investment stage and the production/services of asset utilization to generate income, sales which utilize credit and receivable, business process, people, technology and many things. This subject includes every process in the business must be clearly described and analyzed as all business risks must be identified, measured and well managed as well as how to seek an source of fund with a collaboration between fund-owner (venture capitalists) and business founder/business operator (i.e. students) in profit sharing as well as risk sharing
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MM6036 Digital Marketing
Code MM6036
Name Digital Marketing
Degree Master
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus This lecture provides an overview of approaches to digital marketing measurement and analysis, and offers an understanding of how to integrate digital media so that it can inform strategic directions. Digital marketing will provide hands-on experience applying analytical tools and techniques to real-world marketing problems. This lecture will also teach how to create predictive models using analytical tools, recommend ROI optimization strategies from data collected through attribution and A / B modeling and multivariate experiments. And this lecture will also learn how analytical-based marketing is used to increase ROI.
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MM6040 International Marketing Management
Code MM6040
Name International Marketing Management
Degree Master
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus This course is designed to give a good understanding of how marketers develop and implement marketing strategies and programs to meet the needs of their customers, while achieving their business objectives in Asia context. The major objectives of this course are to provide a solid foundation for applying the concepts and theories of marketing and to develop knowledge and skills in the managerial aspects of marketing. The course will emphasize the following key elements: • Strategic Analysis of the Ever-changing Landscape: Issues of focal concern include analysis of political, technical, and cultural changes. • The Marketing Model: This model is about how to analyze the outlook for the future business landscape, design business architecture and balance customers, people and shareholder value scorecard. • The Enterprise Model: This model emphasizes on vision, personality, and activity of organization.
Language EN
MM6042 Supply Chain Design
Code MM6042
Name Supply Chain Design
Degree Master
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus Fierce competition in today’s global markets, the introduction of products with shorter life cycles, and the heightened expectation of customers have forced business enterprises to invest in, and focus attention on their supply chain. Together with continuing advances in communication and transportation technologies, has motivated the continuous evolution of the supply chain and of the techniques to manage it effectively. This course presents and discusses concepts, insights, practical tools, and decision support systems important for the effective design and management of the supply chain.
Language EN
MM6049 Service Science
Code MM6049
Name Service Science
Degree Master
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus Service science is a new, interdisciplinary field that combines management science, social science, business, computer and engineering which is needed for individuals and organizations . The goal of service science is to develop productivity, quality and innovation in the service sector for application in business, academic and government. In order to learn service science, we need to understand in holistic view and systemic about service from a variety of different perspectives, a different mindset (logic, i.e., service and good dominant logic), why is important and interesting to study the nature of service science, service ecosystem, digital transformation, definition and a theory also the concept of service value and value co-creation of service. Furthermore we need a method (tools) for analyzing, modeling and optimizing in a systematic and systemic about service. Modeling may be used for modeling a service and how to increase and create service innovation. This course covers several aspects of service science including service systems, modeling, innovation.
Language EN
MM6053 Product Development Management
Code MM6053
Name Product Development Management
Degree Master
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus This course provides students with an in-depth understanding of new product development using a management framework. It focuses on how to create value and growth through product development in new and existing markets. Students will explore the concepts, methods and tools on how to organize and manage product development process with the objective to better control cost and risk, examine the process of developing new products and many of the new product management issues faced by companies. Plenty of case studies will be discussed to help students to better understand the successes and failures in innovation and new product development, ultimately, to improve the chance of success.
Language EN
MS2060 Thermal Engineering and Fluid Mechanics
Code MS2060
Name Thermal Engineering and Fluid Mechanics
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Credit 3
Syllabus Explained in this course are the integration of thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, and heat transfers in the form of their basic concepts and principal applications in thermal system engineering. In this integration, the critical subjects are explained as fundamental concept to comprehend and analyze the thermal systems engineering: engineering notation and units, thermal properties of materials, concept of energy and system, mass and energy balance analysis, cycle analysis in thermodynamics, heat transfer mode and calculations, and fluid static and dynamics, especially in internal and external flow of simple fluids.
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MS2200 Statistics
Code MS2200
Name Statistics
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Credit 2
Syllabus In this course students learn about the basics of statistics and probability, including the types of distribution, comparative analysis of measurement data, and the correlation of two variables.
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MS2201 Numerical Analysis
Code MS2201
Name Numerical Analysis
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Credit 2
Syllabus This course deals with the numerical solution to mathematical problems. Course description includes approximation and round-off errors, truncation error and Taylor series, roots finding of equation, optimization, curve fitting using regression and interpolation, matrix and linear algebra, numerical integration and differentiation, ordinary and partial differential equations. The choice of the right method for an engineering problem determines the success of the solution from a numerical aspect. With sufficient numerical insight and good algorithms, the ability of students to complete the tasks of their advanced courses will be easier by using a computer. Program codes based on numerical methods can be easily developed.
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MS2202 System Dynamics
Code MS2202
Name System Dynamics
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Credit 2
Syllabus This course lays the basic of system dynamics. It starts with the basic terminology, continued with linear models (input-output model), modeling of rigid-body mechanical systems, solution method for dynamic models (Laplace transform, response types and stability, etc.), spring and damper elements in mechanical systems, block diagrams and state-variable models, electrical and electro-mechanical systems, fluid and thermal systems, response of first and second order systems.
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MS2203 Electric Motors and Drives
Code MS2203
Name Electric Motors and Drives
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Credit 3
Syllabus This course contains basic knowledge of electricity. In this subject, students are introduced to measurements of voltage, current and dynamic voltage using an oscilloscope. Furthermore, students are invited to understand the DC power supply and DC motors and its characteristics as well. Then, students will be introduced to household electricity (single phase), industrial electricity (three phase), 1 phase & 3 phase AC induction motors and their control circuit. In addition, other types of motors that are widely used in industries such as stepper motors, brushless AC motors are also presented. Finally, students are encouraged to understand the electrical system in the automotive.
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MS2210 Basic Design of Machine Elements
Code MS2210
Name Basic Design of Machine Elements
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Credit 3
Syllabus This course discusses a basic theory and its practise on the design of various mechanical components, starting from the application, basic theory, element selection, dimensioning based on a specific design requirement. First, the student will be given a review on mechanical design process, stress analysis, failure theory (static and fatigue), safety factor and introduction and application of various mechanical elements. Then, as a main subject, the disscusses the selection, and sizing to satisfy a certain requirement on: shaft and its accesories (keys, spline, pin, press fit, shrink fit, coupling), joints (bolted, riveted, and welded joints), bearings (roller bearing, bearing housing, journal bearing), and springs (coil and leaf springs). Design procedure based on an international standard, such as ISO, is also introduced through practise. After taking this course, the students are expected to be have sufficient understanding on the design of various machine components and able to demonstrate to design them based on specific design requirements.
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MS2220 Basic Fluid Mechanics
Code MS2220
Name Basic Fluid Mechanics
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Credit 3
Syllabus This course lays the basic of fluid mechanics and its applications. Coverage includes continuum hypothesis, properties of fluids, fluid statics (including fluid in moving rigid container), fluid kinematics, basic laws of fluid flow (differential and integral forms of continuity equation, Euler, Bernoulli, Cauchy, Navier-Stokes equations, Reynolds transport theorem, linear momentum, angular momentum, energy equation), introduction to main non dimensional parameters (for dimensional analysis), internal flows, external flow characteristics,concept and analysis of lift and drag. After taking this course, students understand basic concepts of fluid mechanics and are competent in analyzing simple fluid mechanic systems.
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MS2240 Structure and Properties of Materials
Code MS2240
Name Structure and Properties of Materials
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Credit 2
Syllabus This class is the continuation of MS2140, Engineering Materials, and it deals with more advanced topics on engineering materials. The syllabus covers properties of engineering materials and their relations to microstructure, deformation of metals, polymers, and ceramics, effects of loading (tension, creep, impact, and dynamic) to materials, and embrittlement due to environmental or service conditions.
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MS3080 Engineering Materials and its selection
Code MS3080
Name Engineering Materials and its selection
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Credit 3
Syllabus This course deals with material selection and its utilization in design stages, including optimization. Topics covered include materials classification in engineering purpose, review of materials properties in association with its structure and processing, basics of materials selection, materials selection case studies, processes and process selection. Process selection case studies with cost optimization, materials selection with multiple constraints and objectives, selection of materials and shape, materials and the environment, materials and industrial design..
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MS3200 Basic Phenomenon on Mechanical Engineeering
Code MS3200
Name Basic Phenomenon on Mechanical Engineeering
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Credit 1
Syllabus This laboratory class is intended to review and reinforce student understanding of basic concepts in strength of materials, dynamics, thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, heat transfer, control, and measurement techniques. Among the modules are continuous beam, buckling, free and forced vibrations, gyroscope, governor, heat conduction, forced convection, stress and strain measurement using electrical strain gages, journal bearing, head loss in internal flow, heating or calorific value measurement, and vapor enthalpy and quality measurements.
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MS3201 Introduction to Control Systems
Code MS3201
Name Introduction to Control Systems
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Credit 3
Syllabus This class discusses the basic of control theory and its applications. The syllabus includes examples of control application in our daily life and in the industry, on-off controller, proportional control, PID controller, mathematical model of control systems, block diagram formulation and simplifications, system stability, transient and steady state response, root locus analysis, Bode, Nyquist, and Nichols diagrams, and compesation design.
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MS3202 Basics of Mechatronics
Code MS3202
Name Basics of Mechatronics
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Credit 2
Syllabus This course discusses the fundamental of semiconductor devices including diode, LED, zener, transistors, and operational amplifiers. Furthermore, this course also discuses number systems, Boolean algebra, and logic circuits.
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MS3220 Thermal Engineering
Code MS3220
Name Thermal Engineering
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Credit 3
Syllabus This course is the continuation of the Engineering Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer course. In associated with thermodynamics, the syllabus of the course includes: exergy, vapor power system, gas power, refrigeration and heat pump, thermodynamic equation of state for simple compressible substance, non-reacting ideal gas mixture, psychrometrics, reacting mixture and combustion; while in associated with heat transfer, this course includes: forced and free convection with various geometric configurations, characteristics of real surface radiation, gray surfaces, gray surface radiation exchanges, radiation in closed systems, shielding radiation , reradiating surfaces, multimode heat transfer, radiation in participant media, as well as boiling and condensation heat transfer.
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MS3221 Energy Conversion System
Code MS3221
Name Energy Conversion System
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Credit 3
Syllabus The concepts and principles of energy conversion sytems are introduced and studied, including power generation systems (steam cycle, combustion gas turbine, internal combustion engines, and hydro) and refrigeration systems (vapor compression and absorbtion). The student will learn about 1) system performances, 2) technologies of the systems including the components and subsystems involved, 3) heat and mass balance, and 4) basic concept of combustion.
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MS3230 Industrial Metrology
Code MS3230
Name Industrial Metrology
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Credit 3
Syllabus This course learns about the basic of geometrical measurement in relation to manufacturing. The scope includes classification and principles of geometrical measurement, definition of accuracy, precision, resolution, statistical analysis, linear (length) measurement, angle, flatness, metrology of thread, gears, roundness, geometric inaccuracies, quality control technology, basic of probability, qualitative and quantitative control charts, and sampling method.
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MS3231 Quality Control
Code MS3231
Name Quality Control
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Credit 2
Syllabus In this course students learn the philosophy and basic concepts of quality improvement, statistical process-based control methods, process capability and measurement of measurement system capabilities.
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MS4001 Special Topics in Mechanical Engineering
Code MS4001
Name Special Topics in Mechanical Engineering
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Credit 3
Syllabus The main purpose of this course is to build the specific proficiency in the field of Mechanical Engineering. The following are the specific objectives of the course : • Give the opportunity for expertise from industry or other university, • Build the basic qualification in the field of Mechanical Engineering, • Give the basic knowledge for the accomplishment of Final Project or Thesis.
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MS4013 Internal Combustion Engines
Code MS4013
Name Internal Combustion Engines
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Credit 3
Syllabus The course is intended to give basic proficiency to connect field experience and modules in class of fuel engine. Furthermore, student can give integrated solution based on all mechanical engineering knowledge to solve industry or society problems. Briefly, the modules of this course are: otto and diesel cycle, effect of design and operation to performance and fuel usage, review about thermodynamic and fluid mechanic, combustion process, heat transfer, friction, power loss, the effect of power loss, efficiency, exhaust gas emission, operation characteristics of various fuel engine, and development tendency of otto and diesel engine.
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MS4014 Gas Turbines
Code MS4014
Name Gas Turbines
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Credit 3
Syllabus The course is an extension course of Energy Conversion II. The aim of this course is to give brief exposure on gas turbine, start from inlet, compressor, combustion chamber, turbine, and outlet. The discussion will be about system introduction and qualitative analysis. In the end of the corse, the output is the student who can solve the disturbance of gas turbine performance not the student who can design the gas turbine. Briefly, the modules of this course are: 1. Properties and characteristics of gas turbine for automotive, ship, and aircraft industry, 2. Major design and component of gas turbine (inlet, compressor, combustion chamber, turbine, nozel, and outlet), 3. Various type of motor (turbojet, turbofan, turboprop, and turboshaft), motor installation, operation region and limitations, 4. Fuel, lubrication, combustion, exhaust gas, 5. Effort to increase power and efficiency, reducing sound, exhaust gas, dimension, and weight, 6. Installation and pondation of gas turbine, operation, and maintenance, 7. Topics of research and development, 8. Designing and experimenting in order to increase quality, safety, and reliability, 9. Reducing fuel consumption, environmental friendly, reducing cost.
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MS4015 Heat Exchanger
Code MS4015
Name Heat Exchanger
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Credit 3
Syllabus This course gives a brief exposure about thermal aspect, material construction, and production. Class activity should mention real application in industry. In the end of semester, students are expected to do group’s assignment. The group’s assignment is to analyse a running heat exchanger in industry. Presentation in front of class is required to achive other objective of this class, to be able working and discussing in group. Briefly, the modules of this course are: definition and application of heat exchanger, classification of heat exchanger, characteristics of Heat Exchanger, type of heat exchanger and selecting heat exchanger, description of various heat excahnger such as double pipe, shell and tube, plate-fin, plate-frame, air cooled, boiler, evaporator, condenser, and water cooling tower, calculation of heat transfer capacity, overall heat coefficient, area of heat transfer, pressure drop, efectivity, Heat Exchanger standard, and design of heat exchanger.
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MS4032 Finite Element Analysis
Code MS4032
Name Finite Element Analysis
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Credit 3
Syllabus This course discusses one of analyses that used finite element method to solve the problem in solid mechanic, vibration and heat transfer. This course covers simple one-dimensional element: spring, truss, beam and frame, two-dimensional element: Constant Strain Triangle (CST) dan Linear Strain Triangle (LST), Isoparametric Elements; until three-dimensional element: tetrahedral, hexahedral, etc. Covers modeling, mathematical formulation, and computer implementation for the problem in solid mechanic, vibration and heat transfer.
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MS4033 Machine Tools in Industrial Process
Code MS4033
Name Machine Tools in Industrial Process
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Credit 3
Syllabus This lecture deals with various machine tools commonly used in industrial process. Several industrial process such as palm oil industry, cement industry, coffee industry, chocolate industry, and biofuel industry are introduced comprehensively. On palm oil industry, discussion is initiated from harvesting process of fruit bunch, sterilization, filtering, to producing palm oil. the discussion is also estended with recovery proess required for waste of palm oil production process. Various main machine tools required for palm oil production is explained in detail. On cement industry, the dicsussion is emphasized on cement production process that effective and efficient. biofuel, coffee, and chocolate industries is also explained briefly. Beside that, the emphasized is also conducted for several industrial process tools such as drying machince and compacting machine. On this lecture, students is also required to write a report of industrial process and given a chance to present their report.
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MS4036 Risk Based Inspection
Code MS4036
Name Risk Based Inspection
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Credit 3
Syllabus This course disscuses the safety procedure and risk calculation of some mechanical equipment based on API RP 580 and API RP 581. Included in this course are the explanation and calculation about Probability of Failure (PoF) and Consequences of Failure (CoF) and differences, relationship, and other things related between those the present the risk value in risk matrix. This course also discusses the deterioration mechanism, failure modes and the consequences, and risk mitigation. After taking this course, students are expected to have the ability in calculating and analyzing risk of mechanical equipment operated in the industry both using qualitative and quantitative approach and also have the obedient and responsibility values to the safety procedure applied.
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MS4056 Numerical Control of Machine-Tool System
Code MS4056
Name Numerical Control of Machine-Tool System
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Credit 3
Syllabus This course learns about introduction to Numerical Control of Machine-Tool System. Numerical control, popularly known a the NC, is very commonly used in the machine tools. Numerical control is defined as the form of programmable automation, in which the process id controlled by the number, letters, and symbols. This course will discusses about basic component of NC system, computer aided manufacturing (CAM), open loop and closed loop systems, drives and control, machine control unit, squential controllers, programmable logic controllers (PLC), and programming with basic function.
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MS4100 Engineering Product Prototyping
Code MS4100
Name Engineering Product Prototyping
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Credit 2
Syllabus This course is an extended course of Engineering Product Design. In the end of the semester, the students are expected to make detailed design. The output of detailed design is prototype of the design. This project is the integration of basic consideration of design, detailed technical drawing, and product drawing.
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MS4101 Sustainability Aspects in Mechanical Engineering
Code MS4101
Name Sustainability Aspects in Mechanical Engineering
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Credit 2
Syllabus Introduce to environmental global issue especially which related to mechanical engineering profession, rules and regulation in some range area of national,regional, and international. In addition, topic related to introduction of Sustainable Development Goals will also be given in this class. Discuss about environmental effect related to biological, physical,social, and cultural due to general mechanical engineering activities such as design, production, operation, and scrapping, and effort for environmental conservation in mechanical engineering activities.
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MS4200 Engineering Management and Business
Code MS4200
Name Engineering Management and Business
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Credit 2
Syllabus This course learns about an introduction to all stages that need to be followed in order to develop an idea into reality in the industry, taking into account all related aspects and cost. The syllabus also includes an introduction to entrepreneurship. The instructors come from the industry, as well as from the mechanical engineering department.
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PL2001 Principles of Economics and Innovation
Code PL2001
Name Principles of Economics and Innovation
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Architecture, Planning, and Policy Development
Credit 2
Syllabus This lecture is to deepen understanding of economics if students feel they lack an understanding of economics from economics and space courses. This course is an addition to material from space economics in the digital age.
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PL3001 Disaster Aspect in Planning
Code PL3001
Name Disaster Aspect in Planning
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Architecture, Planning, and Policy Development
Credit 2
Syllabus This course assesses and looks at various disaster aspects such as potential type of disasters, types of vulnerability, and types of regional and city sustainabilities that should assessed their level of risks, and how to reduce the level of risk in regional and city planning, structurally and non-structurally.
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PL3001 Disaster Aspect in Planning
Code PL3001
Name Disaster Aspect in Planning
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Architecture, Planning, and Policy Development
Credit 2
Syllabus This course assesses and looks at various disaster aspects such as potential type of disasters, types of vulnerability, and types of regional and city sustainabilities that should assessed their level of risks, and how to reduce the level of risk in regional and city planning, structurally and non-structurally.
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PL3006 Special Topic in Planning II
Code PL3006
Name Special Topic in Planning II
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Architecture, Planning, and Policy Development
Credit 2
Syllabus This course deliver additional knowledge and/or skill on a particular topic related to regional and city planning to enhance the knowledge and/or skill of a graduate of the Undergraduate Program of Urban and Regional Planning. The offered topic should be considered recent, on-going debated, or significant. Each topic should discuss, among others, basic theories, concept, policy, techniques, cases, and/or precedents related to the topic being offered.
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PL3009 Planning Information System
Code PL3009
Name Planning Information System
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Architecture, Planning, and Policy Development
Credit 2
Syllabus This course will consist of knowledge about information system (framework of information system, basic requirements, hadware and sotware interfaces, etc) for planning process. The principles of information system, from the importance of data/information, characteristics and position of data/information in spatial dimension and time, management aspects, as well as many kinds of data/information for different type of spatial planning will be introduce in this course. At the end of course, the student should have the capabilty for thinking in systematic framefork along the planning process. Recent development in ICT for helping the anaysis in planning process (GIS, Data Base Managemnt, etc) will be introduce, so the student can take the benefit of those development and implement it in planning process and development.
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PL3031 Infrastructure and Transportation Economics
Code PL3031
Name Infrastructure and Transportation Economics
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Architecture, Planning, and Policy Development
Credit 2
Syllabus This class provides an understanding of the principles and economic theory of infrastructure and transportation. The approach is demand side and supply side analysis.Students will also be introduced to the management and policy aspects in the context of regional and city planning.
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PL4001 Introduction to Tourism Planning
Code PL4001
Name Introduction to Tourism Planning
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Architecture, Planning, and Policy Development
Credit 2
Syllabus This course provides students with the skills and knowledge necessary to plan, develop, and manage tourism site in an environmentally and socially responsible manner. The course provide students with broad understanding of tourism planning and its role in local, state, national, and global economic and social development. The course emphasizes the application of planning and marketing tools, environmental, social and economic science theories and methods to the planning and development of tourism resources.
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PL4001 Introduction to Tourism Planning
Code PL4001
Name Introduction to Tourism Planning
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Architecture, Planning, and Policy Development
Credit 2
Syllabus This course provides students with the skills and knowledge necessary to plan, develop, and manage tourism site in an environmentally and socially responsible manner. The course provide students with broad understanding of tourism planning and its role in local, state, national, and global economic and social development. The course emphasizes the application of planning and marketing tools, environmental, social and economic science theories and methods to the planning and development of tourism resources.
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PL4002 Coastal Area Development
Code PL4002
Name Coastal Area Development
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Architecture, Planning, and Policy Development
Credit 2
Syllabus This course discusses basic theories and practices of integrated coastal area development with the concept of sustainable development which are derived from various case studies both in Indonesia and abroad. In addition, the course will emphasize on the development of planning information system, integrated with a broader system of regional and urban planning system.
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PL4002 Coastal Area Development
Code PL4002
Name Coastal Area Development
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Architecture, Planning, and Policy Development
Credit 2
Syllabus This course discusses basic theories and practices of integrated coastal area development with the concept of sustainable development which are derived from various case studies both in Indonesia and abroad. In addition, the course will emphasize on the development of planning information system, integrated with a broader system of regional and urban planning system.
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PL4004 Participatory Planning
Code PL4004
Name Participatory Planning
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Architecture, Planning, and Policy Development
Credit 2
Syllabus Participatory planning in the context of public planning, concept and methods of participatory planning, its evaluation and assessment, best practices of participatory planning in Indonesia and other countries.
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PL4004 Participatory Planning
Code PL4004
Name Participatory Planning
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Architecture, Planning, and Policy Development
Credit 2
Syllabus Participatory planning in the context of public planning, concept and methods of participatory planning, its evaluation and assessment, best practices of participatory planning in Indonesia and other countries.
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PL4007 City & Regional Innovation System
Code PL4007
Name City & Regional Innovation System
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Architecture, Planning, and Policy Development
Credit 2
Syllabus This course describes an understanding on innovation system covering: elements of innovation and their relation, the role of innovation in encouraging urban and regional development, factors and required condition to establish and manage an innovation system, and examples of strong-innovative based cities. In addition, this course explain diffusion of innovation covering: the meaning of diffusion and its elements, process of innovation and its diffusion, decision making process of innovation, attributes of innovation and their rate of adoption, innovation and adopter categories, diffusion networks, the role of change agent.
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PL4008 Seminar in Futuristic Studies
Code PL4008
Name Seminar in Futuristic Studies
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Architecture, Planning, and Policy Development
Credit 2
Syllabus This course is a seminar where students are actively participating as a group as well as individuals in presenting a topic as well as sub topics based on their choosing and agreements in the beginning of the course, to be presented in the entire semester. The first four lectures would cover aspects of futuristic studies. Then students would be devided into 4-6 groups to write and present a group-paper presented in 3 meetings. And then, indovidual students would write and present their own sub-topics beeing discussed in the semester, presented up to the end of semester respectively. Students would actively grade the presentations of their fellow students, groupwise as well as individually.
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PL4009 Professional experience, research and humanitarian projects
Code PL4009
Name Professional experience, research and humanitarian projects
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Architecture, Planning, and Policy Development
Credit 3
Syllabus This course provides opportunities for students to be actively involved in various research activities, community service and professional (projects) activities related to the scientific/ professional field of Regional and Urban Planning, as well as humanitarian projects, which organized by Undergraduate/Post Graduate Programs (PWK), Faculties (SAPPK), ITB or other institutions outside ITB. This program is designed to improve academic knowledge, professional attitude and student experience in implementing various PWK sciences in research activities and practice in the field. Some of the activities that can be followed include: (1) internships (outside the compulsory courses “Kerja Praktik”); (2) research/research activities carried out by a research institute, study center, or university; (3) Community service carried out by certain lecturers/institutions or student groups/organizations; (4) State Defense (Bela Negara) Activities or structured coaching and facilitated by institution to develop student personality based on Pancasila values; (5) Various Humanitarian Projects such as disaster volunteers, covid 19 volunteers, teaching activities in villages/schools, building activities or projects in areas/villages/regions that require assistance, and various other activities. These various activities are carried out at the initiative of students/institutional collaborations and partners outside of the curricular according to the approval or recommendation of the Head of PWK Program or Dean of SAPPD.
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PL4012 Urban Revitalization and New Town Planning
Code PL4012
Name Urban Revitalization and New Town Planning
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Architecture, Planning, and Policy Development
Credit 2
Syllabus The effort to alleviate urban development problems in every part of the world has three alternatives. First, is to develop existing town in line with the existing and future need. Second, is to extend such urban growth and development using available land, horizontally. Third, is to develop new town to reduce the attraction of inner city development. This lecture will study the phenomenon and characteristic of urban area and its development; the essence and consideration in revitalizing urban area through urban renewal and redevelopment planning and the effort to alleviate large city development through new town development based on specific function such as supporting new town and self sufficient new town. This course will study phenomena and characteristics of city and its development; the essence and consideration to revitalize city through urban redevelopment program and the effort to solve development of large cities by developing and planning a new town that is based on its typology as a supporting new town or a self-sufficient new town.
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PL4012 Urban Revitalization and New Town Planning
Code PL4012
Name Urban Revitalization and New Town Planning
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Architecture, Planning, and Policy Development
Credit 2
Syllabus The effort to alleviate urban development problems in every part of the world has three alternatives. First, is to develop existing town in line with the existing and future need. Second, is to extend such urban growth and development using available land, horizontally. Third, is to develop new town to reduce the attraction of inner city development. This lecture will study the phenomenon and characteristic of urban area and its development; the essence and consideration in revitalizing urban area through urban renewal and redevelopment planning and the effort to alleviate large city development through new town development based on specific function such as supporting new town and self sufficient new town. This course will study phenomena and characteristics of city and its development; the essence and consideration to revitalize city through urban redevelopment program and the effort to solve development of large cities by developing and planning a new town that is based on its typology as a supporting new town or a self-sufficient new town.
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PL4031 Transportation Institution
Code PL4031
Name Transportation Institution
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Architecture, Planning, and Policy Development
Credit 2
Syllabus The contents covers the teview on institutions theory with focus on institutional constraints against the efectivity of transport plan implementation; introduction of transport institution analytical methods: game theory, institution economy, regulations theory, psychological aspect of public policy, and institutions in sociology. In the end, students must write a paper in the topic of transport plan implementation problem, which would be analysed tfrom institutional point of view.
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PL4031 Transportation Institution
Code PL4031
Name Transportation Institution
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Architecture, Planning, and Policy Development
Credit 2
Syllabus The contents covers the teview on institutions theory with focus on institutional constraints against the efectivity of transport plan implementation; introduction of transport institution analytical methods: game theory, institution economy, regulations theory, psychological aspect of public policy, and institutions in sociology. In the end, students must write a paper in the topic of transport plan implementation problem, which would be analysed tfrom institutional point of view.
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PL4041 Introduction to Urban Finance
Code PL4041
Name Introduction to Urban Finance
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Architecture, Planning, and Policy Development
Credit 2
Syllabus Urban finance analysis examines the consequences of government/subnational government policy and the dynamics of fiscal policy among subnational governments on subnational economy and the welfare and interests of sub-national residents. More specifically, urban finance analysis concerns the consequences of urban government policy to efficiency and equity issues in open sub-national economy and spatial dynamics. The course consists of two main parts: subnational government finance analysis and urban finance analysis of subnational governments in a metropolitan region
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PL4041 Introduction to Urban Finance
Code PL4041
Name Introduction to Urban Finance
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Architecture, Planning, and Policy Development
Credit 2
Syllabus Urban finance analysis examines the consequences of government/subnational government policy and the dynamics of fiscal policy among subnational governments on subnational economy and the welfare and interests of sub-national residents. More specifically, urban finance analysis concerns the consequences of urban government policy to efficiency and equity issues in open sub-national economy and spatial dynamics. The course consists of two main parts: subnational government finance analysis and urban finance analysis of subnational governments in a metropolitan region
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PL4042 Planning and Politics
Code PL4042
Name Planning and Politics
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Architecture, Planning, and Policy Development
Credit 2
Syllabus This course consists of several modules, namely 1) the relationship between planning and politics as well as the interpretation of power, 2) the essence of politics in democratic life, especially the differences between western and Indonesia; 3) politics as part of a rational plan, 4) in the capacity of power plan, 5) political research methods in planning, 6) on planning, politics and corruption, 7) reinterpretation of political planning after a series of it
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PL4042 Planning and Politics
Code PL4042
Name Planning and Politics
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Architecture, Planning, and Policy Development
Credit 2
Syllabus This course consists of several modules, namely 1) the relationship between planning and politics as well as the interpretation of power, 2) the essence of politics in democratic life, especially the differences between western and Indonesia; 3) politics as part of a rational plan, 4) in the capacity of power plan, 5) political research methods in planning, 6) on planning, politics and corruption, 7) reinterpretation of political planning after a series of it
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PP4202 Post-Harvest Molecular Biotechnology
Code PP4202
Name Post-Harvest Molecular Biotechnology
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Life Sciences and Technology
Credit 2
Syllabus Includes Molecular Biology for Post-Harvest Technology. Application of molecular biology techniques to investigate the post-harvest physiology and biochemistry in genetic and enzyme levels. Such as gene expression and function of proteins, gene regulation during the harvest, the invasion by pathogens and environmental stress, including the development of genetically plants using genetic engineering technology for a longer shelf life, the development of plant quality, and increase plants resistance to pests.
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PP4204 Green Marketing
Code PP4204
Name Green Marketing
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Life Sciences and Technology
Credit 2
Syllabus Applying marketing principles to understand customers’ expectations about environmental and social impacts; environmentally-friendly product strategies; green branding; social marketing; cause-related marketing; the role of marketing in social innovation and entrepreneurship; eco-labeling; fair trade, organic, and environmental certifications
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PP4205 Production and Processing of Fish and Shellfish
Code PP4205
Name Production and Processing of Fish and Shellfish
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Life Sciences and Technology
Credit 2
Syllabus This course includes the aspects related with production and processing methods of shrimp, fish, and shellfish. The main topics include production techniques and optimization of shrimp, fish and shellfish production in various cultivation methods; control of disease in shrimp, fish and shellfish to minimize the failure of cultivation; techniques for harvesting and distributing (transporting) shrimp, fish and shellfish in aquaculture activities and their problems; explanation of the quality standards of shrimp, fish and shellfish products; processing techniques and preservation of shrimp, fish and shellfish products with related technology.
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PP4206 Bionanocomposite Technology
Code PP4206
Name Bionanocomposite Technology
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Life Sciences and Technology
Credit 2
Syllabus Silabus Lengkap Mata kuliah ini membahas tentang: serat lignoselulosa, proses pembuatan produk komposit berbasis serat lignoselulosa, sintesis dan karakterisasi nanoselulosa dari berbagai sumber bahan terbarukan, proses pengolahan dan aplikasi polimer nanokomposit berbasis nanoselulosa
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SA2201 Engineering Mathematics II
Code SA2201
Name Engineering Mathematics II
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Credit 3
Syllabus Ordinary Differential Equations, Separable Differential Equations, Exact Differential Equations, Integration Factors, First Order Linear Differential Equations, Second Order Homogeneous Linear Differential Equations, Homogeneous Equations with Constant Cioefficients, Application on Free Oscillation Moved String, Euler-Cauchy Equations, Second Order Non-Homogen Linear Differential Equations, The Solution of Non-Homogen Equations with Undetermined Coefficients,Application on Oscillation Moved String, The Solution of Non-Homogen Equations withthe Method of Variation of Parameters, Computer Arithmetics, Fixed Point Iteration Method, Newton Rhapson Method, Secant Method, Linear and Quadratic Interpolations, Newton's Difference Interpolation, Spline Interpolation, Numerical Integration and Differentiation, Dolittle Method, Crout Method, Cholesky Method, Modified Cholesky Method, Euler Method, Heun Method, Runge Kutta Method, Taylor Series Method, Mathematical Modelling in Water Resources Engineering, Finite Difference Method, Application Steps of Finite Difference Method, The Application of FDM on 1D and 2D Cases of Water Resources Field.
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SA2202 Hydraulics
Code SA2202
Name Hydraulics
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Credit 3
Syllabus TBF
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SA2204 Engineering Geology for Water Resources
Code SA2204
Name Engineering Geology for Water Resources
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Credit 2
Syllabus tbf
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SA2206 Mapping and Geographic Information System
Code SA2206
Name Mapping and Geographic Information System
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Credit 3
Syllabus •Mapping: definition, classification, component, scale; •Horizontal Positioning: principles, control point network, methods (triangulation, trilateration, polygon, intersection, resection: cassini, collins); •Detail Surveys: polar, rectangular bearing, tachimetry; •Horizontal Datum; •Reference and Frame Coordinate System: geocentric, topocentric; •Coordinate System: cartesian, geodetic, projection ( UTM: zone, meridian central); •Vertical Datum: mean seal level, ellipsoid; •Vertical Positioning: control points, leveling measuring, elevation contour generating, longitudinal and cross section; •Global Positioning: GNSS; •Area and Volume Calculation for cut and fill; •Stake-out or Setting-out: illustration of reservoir benchmarking, etc; •Introduction: Satellite Imagery Data; •Map Scale in Planning and Design: analog and digital version; •GIS: definiton, component, input data (topographic/ line map, aerial photo map) ilustration of GIS Aplication, data format (vector & raster), differences between digital map and GIS; •Digital Surface Model (DSM), Digital Terain Model (DTM), Digital Elevation Model (DEM), DEM or SRTM data download; •GIS software introduction and georeferencing; •Flow Accumulation and Flow direction of Watershed Map; • Schematic of a river& sub-river network in a watershed; A Watershed Delineation with GIS software; •The Watershed and sub-watershed generating; •Remote sensing and DEM, DTM and DSM Analysis; •Polygon Thiessen spatial analysis of a watershed plan; •Isohyet and Isopluvial Map; •Land Subsidence Rate Map and DEM; •Raster Spatial Analysis; Model Builder Introduction; Major Assignment: Flood-Inundation Maping
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SA3213 River, Lowland, and Lake Ecosystem
Code SA3213
Name River, Lowland, and Lake Ecosystem
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Credit 2
Syllabus Functions and benefits of the lake and the polder system in an area of ​​the development, utilization and system polder lakes in a drainage system or in a broader context, namely water resources systems.
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SR2007 Art Paper Technique
Code SR2007
Name Art Paper Technique
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Art and Design
Credit 3
Syllabus Basic knowledge about art paper, understanding the background of art paper, how to make / recycle paper, the character of the paper and aesthetic element of art paper, so that students are able to make paper and can develop the art paper as an alternative media in their work to support the field of professional study.
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SR2202 Drawing IV
Code SR2202
Name Drawing IV
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Art and Design
Credit 3
Syllabus This lecture teaches the practice of expressive drawing techniques in the sense of observations to the external stimuli ranging from human figures to natural surrounds, such as; portrait, anatomy, gesture and landscape motifs. Improve skill student with live model drawing and complexity documentary landscape practices on various dry medium technique and materials. The objective to increase student skill level from basic drawing to personal expression motives.
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SR3201 History of Indonesian Art I
Code SR3201
Name History of Indonesian Art I
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Art and Design
Credit 2
Syllabus -
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SR3203 Aesthetics II
Code SR3203
Name Aesthetics II
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Art and Design
Credit 2
Syllabus -
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SR3206 Art Photography
Code SR3206
Name Art Photography
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Art and Design
Credit 3
Syllabus Pelajaran ini memberikan pengetahuan tentang seluk beluk fotografi, baik dari sudut teknis maupun sebagai sarana kreatifitas dalam bidang kesenirupaan, khususnya seni grafis. Sudah sejak lama sarana fotografi punya kaitan erat dengan seni grafis, terutama dalam pembuatan etsa (foto etching) dan cetak saring (silc screen)
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TK4027 Coal Chemistry & Technology
Code TK4027
Name Coal Chemistry & Technology
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Industrial Technology
Credit 3
Syllabus This course dealing with coal processing and utilization. Topics cover : petrography; pyrolysis: basic theories, product distribution; gasification: kinetics, mechanism, catalysis, reactor design, industrial scale processes; liquefaction: process routes (direct and indirect), mechanism and kinetics of direct liquefaction, industrial scale processes; combustion: principles, types of combustion, combustion technology.
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TK4031 Corrosion Prevention Technology
Code TK4031
Name Corrosion Prevention Technology
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Industrial Technology
Credit 3
Syllabus Corrosion Electrochemistry : Basic laws of electrochemistry, Electrochemical Instrumentations, Thermodynamics (Potentials, Nernst equation, Pourbaix diagrams), Kinetics (Kinetics under polarization, Concentration polarization, Ohmic overpotential). Corrosive Environments : Atmospheric, Natural Water, Seawater, Soils, Concrete, Microbiological. Corrosion Forms : General corrosion, Pitting corrosion, Crevice corrosion, Galvanic corrosion, Selective Leaching, Erosion corrosion, Environmental Cracking, Intergranular corrosion. Corrosion Preventions : Materials Selection (Steels, Aluminum, Copper, Stainless Steels), Coatings (Metallic coatings, Inorganic coatings, Organic coatings), Inhibitors (Passivating inhibitor, Cathodic inhibitor, Organic inhibitor, Precipitation inhibitor, Vapour Phase Inhibitor, Inhibition Mechanism, Inhibitor for Oil & Gas), Cathodic Protection (Impressed Current, Sacrificial Anodes).
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TK4032 Sustainable Process Technology
Code TK4032
Name Sustainable Process Technology
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Industrial Technology
Credit 3
Syllabus Materials provided in the form of sustainable technologies, GHG emissions and GHG protocol
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TK4036 Gas Processing Technology B
Code TK4036
Name Gas Processing Technology B
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Industrial Technology
Credit 3
Syllabus This course dealing with natural gas. Topics cover ; Natural gas cleaning techniques: desulfurisation, carbon dioxide, condensate, and light hydrocarbon removal processes; natural gas transportation; natural gas specifications; thermodynamic fundamentals of gas refrigeration and liquefaction; LNG and LPG processing systems; LNG regasification; storage of liquefied gases; presentations based on scientific papers on gas processing technologies.
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TK4038 Process Industry Product
Code TK4038
Name Process Industry Product
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Industrial Technology
Credit 3
Syllabus . This lecture provides knowledge & understanding of various chemical products of process industries. Products discussed include commodity and formulation products, fossil and renewable materials based products, synthetic and natural products. The material for each type of product includes application, raw material, manufacturing process, and market. The related Indonesian natural resource is also part of the material to increase the understanding of students on the natural potential of the archipelago.
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TK4039 Elective course in Chemical Engineering
Code TK4039
Name Elective course in Chemical Engineering
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Industrial Technology
Credit 3
Syllabus TK4039 course material provides an understanding of the basic principles of photoelectrochemistry and photocatalysis, conversion of solar energy into electricity, photoelectrochemical cells, Schottky-junctions, conversion of light energy into chemistry, understanding the role of photovoltaics, metal co-catalysts, kinetics, and catalytic active sites in photoelectrochemical processes. and photocatalysis, characteristics of catalysts appropriate for photoelectrochemical and photocatalytic processes, reviewing the differences between thermally initiated and light-assisted catalytic processes, thermodynamic stability and corrosion occurring on semiconductor surfaces, photoelectrochemical and photocatalytic applications including for wastewater treatment, carbon dioxide conversion into more valuable compounds, splitting water to produce hydrogen, etc. The development of photoelectrochemical and photocatalytic technology in various countries includes the future perspective of developing this technology in Indonesia. The learning method uses problem-based learning and inquiry-based learning models that can be carried out online, offline, or blended. As an evaluation material, the exam is held twice, namely the mid-semester exam (UTS) and the final semester exam (UAS), assignments, and group presentations. Exams are conducted online using the Google Classroom platform and their work is monitored on the Microsoft Teams platform. In addition, there are also quizzes and homework given to students.
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TK4040 Process Intensification Technology
Code TK4040
Name Process Intensification Technology
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Industrial Technology
Credit 3
Syllabus understanding intensification, the benefits of intensification, intensification techniques, examples of intensification
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TK4073 Polymer Processing Technology B
Code TK4073
Name Polymer Processing Technology B
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Industrial Technology
Credit 3
Syllabus This course dealing with important factors in polymer technology. Topics cover : Polymer processing: plastic technology, fibre technology, elastomer technology; flow properties; polymerisation reactor; extrusion, calendering, milling, molding, mixing processes.
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TK5007 Coal Processing Technology
Code TK5007
Name Coal Processing Technology
Degree Master
Faculty Faculty of Industrial Technology
Credit 3
Syllabus This course dealing with coal processing and utilization. Topics cover : petrography; pyrolysis: basic theories, product distribution; gasification: kinetics, mechanism, catalysis, reactor design, industrial scale processes; liquefaction: process routes (direct and indirect), mechanism and kinetics of direct liquefaction, industrial scale processes; combustion: principles, types of combustion, combustion technology.
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TK5014 Sustainable Chemical Process Systems
Code TK5014
Name Sustainable Chemical Process Systems
Degree Master
Faculty Faculty of Industrial Technology
Credit 3
Syllabus This lecture provides an introduction to the history and concepts of sustainable development, environmental compliance and chemical processes, DC. Regarding ways to design environmentally friendly chemical processes and calculations, calculate emissions in the industry, calculate the GHG of the food industry, as well as initial issues regarding sustainable processes in the chemical industry.
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TK5022 Stadium Generale of Chemical Product Design
Code TK5022
Name Stadium Generale of Chemical Product Design
Degree Master
Faculty Faculty of Industrial Technology
Credit 3
Syllabus This lecture deals with explains the methodology of chemical engineering for development of new products, so called holistic Chemical Product Design. It covers expands the scope of chemical engineering design to encompass both process design and product design. The lectures follows the conventional methodology from Cussler and Moggridge, starting with a four-step procedure for chemical product design- needs, ideas, selection, and manufacture- l. The course then utilizes several case studies of product design in order to introduce the concepts of specialty chemicals, micro- and macrostructured products and devices for chemical changes. and then discussing some industrial examples. The lecture concludes with a brief review of economic, risk management issues and product design encountered in current industry.
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TK5024 Process Intensification
Code TK5024
Name Process Intensification
Degree Master
Faculty Faculty of Industrial Technology
Credit 3
Syllabus Chemical processes intensification includes batch reactors, dynamic reactors and modeling, as well as micro-reactors.
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TK5046 LNG & LPG Processing Technology
Code TK5046
Name LNG & LPG Processing Technology
Degree Master
Faculty Faculty of Industrial Technology
Credit 3
Syllabus LNG & LPG processing; Physical properties, heating value flammability P-T critical constant P-H diagram CH4 & C3H8; LNG & LPG news; Explanation of Non Technical Technical Factors; Refrigeration Propoan & CO2, Isentropi, Isentalpi
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TK5061 Advanced Chemical Engineering Statistics
Code TK5061
Name Advanced Chemical Engineering Statistics
Degree Master
Faculty Faculty of Industrial Technology
Credit 3
Syllabus Data descriptors & the concept of variability. Construction & interpretation of process control charts. Measurement system performance study. Process capability analysis. Objectives & basic concepts of experimentation. Full factorial & fractional factorial experimental designs. Non-linear experiments for respons optimization. Progressive experimentation strategy. Simplex & non-simplex mixture experimental designs.
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TL6071 Capita Selecta
Code TL6071
Name Capita Selecta
Degree Master
Faculty Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Credit 2
Syllabus Aerosol particles exist around us in shape and size are very diverse. Aerosols also have a negative impact on eye health and the environment. In this lecture material presented will cover important aspects of aerosols, aerosol behavior, aerosol properties, the movement of particles, particle size distribution, particle acceleration in the air, Diffusion and motion brown, filtration and particle coagulation process.
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