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AE2100 Introduction to Aerospace Engineering
Code AE2100
Name Introduction to Aerospace Engineering
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Credit 2
Syllabus This course gives an introduction to Aerospace Engineering, which covers the historical review, types of flying vehicles, aerospace environments, as well as the introduction to the science and technology of Aeronautics (Aerodynamics, Propulsion, Structures and Materials, Flight Mechanics, Aircraft Design and Production), the introduction to the science and technology of Astronautics (Launch Vehicles, Rockets, Satellites, Orbital Mechanics, and Interplanetary Missions), and the introduction to the science and technology of Aviation (Basic Systems, Airworthiness, Transportation System, Maintenance, and Airport System)
AE2101 Engineering Mathematics
Code AE2101
Name Engineering Mathematics
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Credit 3
Syllabus This course discusses theory of matrices and ordinary differential equations with applications in physics and engineering. Topics covered: linear transformation and matrices, orthogonal operators, system of linear equations, Gauss-Jordan elimination methods, Gauss-Seidel methods, determinant, Cramers’s rule, LU decomposition, characteristic polynomials, eigenvalues and eigenvectors, symmetric and skew symmetric matrix, matrix diagonalization, orthogonal operators 1st order Ordinary Differential Equation (ODE), 2nd order ODE, higher order ODE, and system of linear ODE.
AE2102 Thermal Engineering
Code AE2102
Name Thermal Engineering
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Credit 4
Syllabus This courses discusses state and thermodynamic properties, property of "simple compressible substance", equation of state, work and heat, thermodynamic process, first law of thermodynamics for closed and open systems, enthalpy, application of the first law, Carnot cycle, heat pumps and air cycle, the second law of thermodynamics , entropy, thermodynamic relations, cycle: Otto, Diesel, and Brayton, introduction to heat transfer, steady conduction, unsteady conduction, free and forced convection, and radiation.
AE2103 Kinematics and Dynamics
Code AE2103
Name Kinematics and Dynamics
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Credit 3
Syllabus This course introduces the basic principles of rigid body dynamics, including the motion (kinematics) and its relationship to the forces as a cause or a result of the motion (kinetic). The motion is reviewed in a variety of coordinate systems according to the problem at hand. The relationship between motion and forces obtained from the equations of motion, which is derived using Newton's law directly, the application of energy method, and impulse-momentum principle. The discussion carried out in stages, starting from the system of particles to rigid bodies in 2D space.
AE2130 Aircraft Materials and Manufacturing Methods I
Code AE2130
Name Aircraft Materials and Manufacturing Methods I
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Credit 3
Syllabus This course discuss the relationship between the internal structures of metals with their mechanical properties. The types of metal failure i.e. fracture, fatigue, creep, and corrosion are introduced. The basic principle of strengthening of metals is introduced together with the application of the principle to the steel, aluminum, titanium, and super alloys. Some manufacturing methods and types of joint used in aircraft structure are discussed briefly. This course also discuss some considerations in material and manufacturing method selection to fit a design process.
AE3100 Mechanical Vibrations
Code AE3100
Name Mechanical Vibrations
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Credit 3
Syllabus This lecture discusses the oscillation or vibration of a mechanical system. The discussion includes free vibration of a linear single degree of freedom (SDOF) system, free vibration equation of motion, natural frequency, initial condition, and damping effect. The forced vibration of SDOF, forced vibration equation of motion, response to harmonic motion, damping effect, and response to non-harmonic motion. The system of two degree of freedom representing the multi degree of freedom (MDOF) system is discussed to represent a more general system, the concept of vibrational mode is introduced here. Furthermore, vibration on a continuous system as a basic of structural dynamics analysis is introduced. At the end of the lecture, the static and dynamic aeroelasticity phenomenon will be introduced.
AE3110 Aerodynamics I
Code AE3110
Name Aerodynamics I
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Credit 3
Syllabus This course contains the materials about subsonic to hypersonic compressible flows including flow physical phenomena, governing equations of imviscid compressible flow, 1D and 2D compressible flow model, and its application in the design of nozzle, intake, and supersonic airfoil. The detail discussion is begun with thermodynamic review and review of conservation equation for inviscid flow (conservation mass, momentum, and energy); One-dimensional and quasi-one dimensional isentropic flows; One-dimensional non-isentropic flow (normal shockwave, Reyleigh flow, and Fanno flow); Two-dimensional non-isentropic flow (oblique shockwave and expansion waves Prandtl-Meyer); Unsteady wave motion; Potential flow equation; Linearized potential flow; Theory of thin airfoil for subsonic and supersonic; Characteristic method; Design of supersonic nozzle, intake, and supersonic airfoil; Transonic flow on airfoil and wing; Hypersonic flow.
AE3120 Aircraft Aerodynamics and Flight Performances
Code AE3120
Name Aircraft Aerodynamics and Flight Performances
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Credit 4
Syllabus The course covers the semi-empirical methods to obtain aerodynamics characteristics of airfoil, wing, and aircraft. This course also discusses the effects of various flight conditions (e.g. Reynolds and Mach numbers) and flight configurations (e.g. flap deflections and landing gear extension) to the aerodynamic characteristics. Then, this course also provides methods to predict the flight performance of an aircraft along its flight path from take-off, climb, cruise, glide, turn flight and landing, from the obtained aerodynamic characteristics.
AE3130 Lightweight Structure Analysis
Code AE3130
Name Lightweight Structure Analysis
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Credit 3
Syllabus This lecture discusses about modeling and analysis of aircraft structures which also can be applied to the other lightweight structure. The students will learn how to model an aircraft structure with some main load acting on it. That modeling process will develop students’ ability in carrying out an initial steps in analysis process. This course also discusses about concept and procedure of stress analysis on a semi-monocoque structure due to shear force, torsion, bending moment, or internal pressure to estimate the structure’s ability in transferring load. Basics of structural failure, fatigue and fracture mechanics, buckling, and aeroelasticity are given to complement the knowledge in doing the analysis process. Individual assignments are given to enhance the understanding of the material given.
AE3140 Airworthiness Certification
Code AE3140
Name Airworthiness Certification
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Credit 3
Syllabus This course gives an overview of the operational procedure of aircraft; the factors and practices supporting the aviation safety in the design, development, production and certification process; and the operating procedures that need to be met by the operators and the operating environtment for the safety of flight. Regulations (CASR Parts 21, 121, 145, 65) and organization of airworthiness authority are comprehensively covered. Furthermore it is explained some fundamental concept of ARP 4754A. The course is delivered with case studies in design, development, manufacturing, operation and maintenance of aircraft to give a practical application to the students.
AE3141 Aircraft Systems
Code AE3141
Name Aircraft Systems
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Credit 3
Syllabus The course explains all aircraft systems, except avionc equipments. For each aircraft system it will be discussed the functional requirements, including the environmental operating conditions, regulatory and user requirements, system mechanisms, component mechanisms, and energy requirements. At the beginning of the lecture it will be discussed shortly the design process and general regulation requirements of aircraft systems. The systems to discussed are the Environmental Control, Ice Protection, Bleed Air, Fuel, Flight Control, Hydraulics, Landing Gear, Electrical Power, and Instrumentations. The variation in design and technology being used are also covered, especially for the new aircraft.
AE4000 Aspect of Sustained Environment
Code AE4000
Name Aspect of Sustained Environment
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Credit 2
Syllabus The course will cover environmental aspects related to aviation industry activities, i.e. natural environment (atmosphere, gravitation, electromagnetic and inertial) and created environment (sound/noise, radio waves, infrared). The impact of aviation activities to the environment will be discussed: Atmospheric pollution, Noise, vibration, Waste, Water use and soil, excessive energy use. The aviation security and safety, including work safety will also be discussed. The course will be conducted as lectures covering the subjects and discussion of real cases, accompanied by group assignments discussing contemporary issues. The safety issues will discuss the human and system factors behind an aircraft accidents or accidents in working environment. In the lecture also discussed the role of aerospace technology to create environmentally friendly technologies, both in aircraft technology, airports, air transportation management, and outside the aerospace field.
AE4015 Computational Aerodynamics
Code AE4015
Name Computational Aerodynamics
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Credit 3
Syllabus This course presents the basics and techniques of CFD in aerodynamic computation. The basic CFD includes fundamental principles of flow motion, flow models and flow governing equations as well as boundary conditions, turbulent flow, mathematical behaviours of partial differential equations, discretization approaches: finite difference, finite volume and finite element, spatial and temporal discretization techniques, explicit and implicit schemes, numerical stability analysis, transformation of physical domain to computational domain. Pre-processing: initial definition of simulation, geometry, topology, mesh and its quality, techniques of geometry and structured mesh generation, Computational processing: physics model and numerical scheme, physical and numerical parameters and numerical controls, Numerical schemes for solving elliptic, parabolic and hyperbolic partial differential equation differential equations partial, turbulence modelling and selection of turbulent model and numerical code development techniques. Post processing: data processing and result presentation, validation.
AE4020 Flight Communication, Navigation, and Surveillance
Code AE4020
Name Flight Communication, Navigation, and Surveillance
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Credit 2
Syllabus The course gives introduction to electronic systems utilised in modern aircraft covering communication, navigation, and surveillance system (CNS).
AE4025 Flight Simulation Engineering
Code AE4025
Name Flight Simulation Engineering
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Credit 3
Syllabus In this course, various aspects of aircraft flight simulator are discussed. The topics comprise the historical review of the development, several applications, mathematical model of aircraft dynamics, navigation model, cockpit display, instructure station, and validation and qualification of aircraft flight simulators, and also the use of X-Plane for research and teaching purposes. In more details, the following topics will be covered: 1. Historical perspective of simulator development, 2. Components of a flight simulator, 3. Simulator types and purposes, 4. Mathematical model of aircraft motion, 5. Earth navigation model, 6. Aicraft cockpit display, 7. External environment visualization, 8. Instructor Station, 9. Simulator validation and qualification, 10. The use of X-Plane software for research and education, 11. Advanced simulator technologies and future development
AE4027 Avionic Systems
Code AE4027
Name Avionic Systems
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Credit 3
Syllabus The course gives introduction to development of aircraft systems in general and avionics systems in particular.
AE4035 FInite Elements Method
Code AE4035
Name FInite Elements Method
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Credit 3
Syllabus In this course, a basic concept of a computational method to calculate stress and deformation in a structure is introduced, starting from a review of basics of the theory of elasticity for axial bar, beam, membrane, plate and 3-D structure. Then, matrix method for solving structure problem is introduced, followed by concepts and procedures of finite element method for axial bar, beam, trusses and frame, and simple 2-D cases, starting from building element stiffness matrices, construction of global stiffness matrix, boundary conditions, solving linear algebra calculation, and result analysis. Beside lectures, students has to attend six modules of laboratory works and one group assignment for structural analysis of a simple real problem.
AL5103 Plants and Landscape Design
Code AL5103
Name Plants and Landscape Design
Degree Master
Faculty School of Architecture, Planning, and Policy Development
Credit 2
Syllabus This course is conducted to introduce local plants characteristics, as well as exploring their spatial and visual quality, which can be utilized as design elements in small scale and regional scale. In this course, the plants interaction between ecological functions and their advantages in landscape engineering is studied further.
AL6102 Professional Ethic
Code AL6102
Name Professional Ethic
Degree Master
Faculty School of Architecture, Planning, and Policy Development
Credit 2
Syllabus This course provides knowledge and broaden the horizons of students about the profession of landscape architects. The discussion will focus on professional ethics which regulates the relationship between landscape architects and related parties during the design and supervision process of a particular project . The discussion is complemented by examples of study cases in a day in a life of landscape architects with a variety of clients and types of projects.
AR2111 Architectural Appreciation
Code AR2111
Name Architectural Appreciation
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Architecture, Planning, and Policy Development
Credit 2
Syllabus This course introduces architectural vocabulary in observing and appreciating architectural objects visually, based on architectural design elements. The results of observations and appreciation can be explained based on physical, non-physical, and process factors that play a role in the realization of architecture, various stakeholders involved from develope the ideas to management, affordances of architecture physically, visually, socially , and psychological in meeting the expectations of the initiators and user needs, as well as state-of-the-art in architectural design. The process of visiting, observing and discussing architectural works is used to arouse understanding and appreciation of architecture and train students to familiarize in directly perceiving and experiencing architecture.
AR3111 Principles of Landscape Architecture
Code AR3111
Name Principles of Landscape Architecture
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Architecture, Planning, and Policy Development
Credit 2
Syllabus The objective of this course is to provide basic understanding of landscape architecture and elements that construct landscape architecture. This basic knowledge consists of history of landscape architecture, site and context and the meaning of landscape, representation and communication skill in landscape architecture. Contemporary issues and some approaches of landscape architecture in professional practice are given to enrich students’ perspectives, while individual and group exercises support the understanding of topics in discussion.
AR3112 Architectural Design Theory
Code AR3112
Name Architectural Design Theory
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Architecture, Planning, and Policy Development
Credit 2
Syllabus This course begins with explaining two types of design approaches: rational (reasoning) and intuitive (imagining), and how both approaches are in the design process. Through the study of various approaches, methods, and strategies from architects in designing, it is expected that students can develop ways of designing by combining rational and intuitive approaches, imagining and reasoning, glass boxes, and black boxes in the case of the design being carried out.
AR3112 Architectural Design Theory
Code AR3112
Name Architectural Design Theory
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Architecture, Planning, and Policy Development
Credit 2
Syllabus This course begins with explaining two types of design approaches: rational (reasoning) and intuitive (imagining), and how both approaches are in the design process. Through the study of various approaches, methods, and strategies from architects in designing, it is expected that students can develop ways of designing by combining rational and intuitive approaches, imagining and reasoning, glass boxes, and black boxes in the case of the design being carried out.
AR3121 Building Physics
Code AR3121
Name Building Physics
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Architecture, Planning, and Policy Development
Credit 2
Syllabus Three aspects of human comfort are discussed, namely thermal comfort, visual comfort and audial comfort and their 3 physical environment, namely thermal environment, visual environment and audial environment. Thermal comfort consists of introduction to climate, thermal comfort, thermal control through structural, air movement and mechanical control, SNI of Energy conservation. Visual comfort discusses about photometry, light sources, illumination calculation, SNI of Artificial Lighting and Daylighting. Audial comfort discusses about hearing process, decibel scale, room acoustics.On the topic of thermal environment discussed the concepts of thermal control in buildings that control heat gain and cooling buildings. On the topic of visual environments discussed the concepts of natural and artificial lighting. On the topic of acoustic environments discussed the concepts of room acoustics and environmental noise control
AR4111 Introduction to Urban Design
Code AR4111
Name Introduction to Urban Design
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Architecture, Planning, and Policy Development
Credit 2
Syllabus This course is explain the architecture of the city through experiencing the urban places, how cities are shaped and assembled, how economic generate urban activities and determined the urban functions, physical elements of the cities, and the role of urban design as discipline to guide urban development into better quality of built forms with responding the current issues in urban societies.
AR4111 Introduction to Urban Design
Code AR4111
Name Introduction to Urban Design
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Architecture, Planning, and Policy Development
Credit 2
Syllabus This course is explain the architecture of the city through experiencing the urban places, how cities are shaped and assembled, how economic generate urban activities and determined the urban functions, physical elements of the cities, and the role of urban design as discipline to guide urban development into better quality of built forms with responding the current issues in urban societies.
AR4112 Introduction to BIM in Architecture
Code AR4112
Name Introduction to BIM in Architecture
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Architecture, Planning, and Policy Development
Credit 2
Syllabus BIM is a new approach to design, construction and facility management. It is embedded into a single workflow that integrates information from various disciplines, integrates data of each drawing element to achieve better efficiency of design process and design development. In the scope of architectural design, BIM helps to assembly smart components of a system building in which could benefit for design a better buildings . Series of lecture, tutorial and exercise will be provided to help students gain depth understanding of BIM concept and apply appropriately to the concept and basic design into design development and cost estimation of whole building design
AR4122 Green Architecture
Code AR4122
Name Green Architecture
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Architecture, Planning, and Policy Development
Credit 2
Syllabus This lecture elaborates green architecture and its aspects, as well as the example of the aspects in architectural design practice. Also, students are given basic knowledge on environmental context of the site, building function and typology context to its energy used intensity, and the latest technologiesin green architecture.
AR4215 Placemaking and Social Experiment
Code AR4215
Name Placemaking and Social Experiment
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Architecture, Planning, and Policy Development
Credit 2
Syllabus This course teaches students how to comprehend placemaking theory and approaches that can be applied to the development of streets, neighborhoods, and other public spaces. According to predetermined topics, stu- dents will acquire knowledge emergent placemaking areas of engagement prac- tice and how they are related to various user activities. In addition, how to plan and implement placemaking and branding in a social experiment is covered in this course. The location and topic of the social experiment activity have been determined in this course, and the student's task is to determine the details and implementation of the activity, as well as to analyze and critique the social experiment's success and failure. Topics include (1) Pedestrians and cyclists (2) Senior citizens (3) Children (4) Public users (5) Members of marginalized groups (6) Cultural communities.
AR5122 Architectural Modelling
Code AR5122
Name Architectural Modelling
Degree Master
Faculty School of Architecture, Planning, and Policy Development
Credit 3
Syllabus This course aims to present insight and integrative knowledge on the theory of computation on architectural design process, understanding on software workflows ranged from form generator software to rapid prototyping.
BA3109 Design of Integrated Farming
Code BA3109
Name Design of Integrated Farming
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Life Sciences and Technology
Credit 3
Syllabus In conducting this course students are given knowledge and attachments regarding the basic concepts and approaches to integrated agricultural activities. Plant interactions in intercropping, interplanting, sequence cropping, mixed farming, and management. In addition, it is also conveyed about the planning of integrated agricultural systems, commodity selection criteria in integrated agriculture, principles of integrating components in integrated agriculture, management of plant nutrition, management and utilization of agricultural waste and energy flows in integrated farming systems, crop management, agriculture mix, integration of plants / livestock / fish, main categories and classifications in integrated farming systems, integrated agricultural design in the management of irrigated and rainfed lowland rice, mixed gardens and dry land, hilly / highland areas in sustainability.
BA4110 Planning and Farm land evaluation
Code BA4110
Name Planning and Farm land evaluation
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Life Sciences and Technology
Credit 2
Syllabus Planning and evaluation of land suitability are closely related to the characteristics found in land for certain uses. In this course, the characteristics of land resources, land use, interpretation of land characteristics, interpretation of land quality, methods and approaches in land evaluation, land evaluation procedures, land survey problems, and land evaluation are discussed. In addition, land suitability classifications, nature, and scope are also discussed, planning at various levels, and planning approaches. In the scope of the discussion on land use, it also discusses the nature and scope, planning at various levels, and the planning process and approaches, results of land use plans, and land use planning steps
BA4111 Principle of Precision Farming
Code BA4111
Name Principle of Precision Farming
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Life Sciences and Technology
Credit 2
Syllabus This course equips students with insight into the development of technology as well as elements of precision agriculture that include: the introduction of the role of precision agriculture, geographical concepts, the role of geographic information systems, data collection, remote sensing systems, thematic and spatial mapping, surface analysis, variable rate application, decision making and economic analysis in precision agriculture.
BA4113 E-Business for Agricultural Product
Code BA4113
Name E-Business for Agricultural Product
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Life Sciences and Technology
Credit 2
Syllabus This course is an interdisciplinary topic that covers business and technology that provides the basis for Agricultural Engineering students in the application and management of the construction of agricultural product e-business systems. E-business courses learn the basic principles and development of e-business systems for agricultural products, various opportunities, problems and risks in the world of e-business, and their application in real conditions.
BE4102 Bioproduct Engineering
Code BE4102
Name Bioproduct Engineering
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Life Sciences and Technology
Credit 2
Syllabus Explaining about definition of product technology, (new) Product design methodology, materials and properties, product testing, production technology, and Product economics; Business plan, product costing, and IPR.
BE4109 Biorefinery Systems
Code BE4109
Name Biorefinery Systems
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Life Sciences and Technology
Credit 3
Syllabus This course introduces the biorefinery concept to optimize the utilize raw materials, minimize the waste and maximize the beneficial products by using sustainable processes. This course includes biomass classification and characterization, basic principles in feedstock treatment processing, and bioconversion technology to produce variety of application. Raw materials classification explains about the renewability, and the sources, while the characterization includes the compositions, water content, and other thermochemical properties. Raw material preliminary processing includes size reduction, fractionation and separation technology, and extraction. In conversion processes, the explanation includes physical, biological, chemical, thermal, and hybrid conversion. Then, the mechanism of integration of all processes will be elaborated further in final session. The student will have opportunity to present a case study about biorefinery applications from several resources according to the agreement made in introduction meeting. The presentation includes raw material, preliminary processing, conversion, and the integration of all processes according to biorefinery concept.
BI3108 Marine Ecology
Code BI3108
Name Marine Ecology
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Life Sciences and Technology
Credit 3
Syllabus Marine ecology through the exploration of major ecological processes and interactions, characteristics of different systems within the marine environment, and change due to impacts of human activity. Understanding of concepts and terminology related to marine/coastal ecosystems; important ecological processes (primary production, secondary production, microbial production, decomposition, species interactions etc.); marine/coastal ecosystem types (e.g., estuaries, coral reefs, mangroves, seagrass meadows, open ocean, deep sea and seabeds); biodiversity and role of various biota in the ecosystem; ecological value and potential use of marine/coastal ecosystem; sustainable management and conservation; conditions in Indonesia. Course includes a field trip to conduct observations and data collection in a marine/coastal environment.
BI3109 Plant Biotechnology
Code BI3109
Name Plant Biotechnology
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Life Sciences and Technology
Credit 2
Syllabus This course encourages students to further comprehend the basic principal of biotechnology and its application in plants improvement to solve food, energy, health, and environmental problems. The students will learn the connectedness of physiology, cellular, molecular, and engineering concepts in plant biotechnology. The topics are: Introduction and theoretical background in plant biotechnology; Principles of plant tissue culture techniques; Application of in vitro culture for micropropagation and secondary metabolites production; in vitro cloning; Plant cell and tissue engineering; Application of molecular biology in horticulture; Proteomics in agriculture; Epigenetic mechanisms in plants; RNAi application for plants improvement; Micro RNA in plants: biogenesis, function, and applications; Plants gene bank for ex-situ conservation of genetic resources.
BI4102 Bioconservation
Code BI4102
Name Bioconservation
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Life Sciences and Technology
Credit 3
Syllabus Basic concepts of conservation, global biodiversity, islands biodiversity, conservation in population and system levels, conservation unit management, social and cultural aspects, economical aspect, law aspect, political aspect and public policies, financing and conservation institutes.
BI4103 Immunology
Code BI4103
Name Immunology
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Life Sciences and Technology
Credit 2
Syllabus Study about immunity: introduction; innate immunity; antibody; MHC/TCR; development of B lymphocyte; development of T lymphocyte; T-cell mediated immunity; humoral immunity; mucosal immune system; integration between innate and adaptive immune system; vaccination; failure and defective of immune system
BI4107 Methodology in Biomedical Analysis
Code BI4107
Name Methodology in Biomedical Analysis
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Life Sciences and Technology
Credit 2
Syllabus This course prepares students with the basic methodology generally required in the analysis of research topics in the field of biomedical science. MAB will discuss commonly used histological methods, including methods of paraffin, a method for preparation of intact, TEM, SEM, immunohistochemistry and immunocytochemistry. In addition to learning the basic principles of these methods, students make histology slide objects with paraffin method. Students will also be introduced to the basic methods related to molecular biology to support research in the field of biomedical science. Methods related to molecular biology including the detection of proteins and nucleic acids, and recombinant DNA techniques such as cloning and DNA manipulation. Students will also be provided with a method to create transgenic animals.
BI4109 Stem Cell Biology
Code BI4109
Name Stem Cell Biology
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Life Sciences and Technology
Credit 2
Syllabus Pluripotency & Self-Renewal, Differentiation, Reprogramming, Regeneration & Transdifferentiation; Stem cell niche, Extracellular mechanisms, Intracellular regulatory mechanisms; Stem cells in development and maintenance; Differentiation of Specialized Cell Types, Cell-cell signaling maintains stem cells and influences differentiation of specialized cells, Biological Applications of Stem Cells; Cells of the inner cell mass, Mechanisms promoting pluripotency of ICM cells; Adult Neural Stem Cell Niche of the V-SVZ, Adult Intestinal Stem Cell Niche, Stem Cells Fueling the Diverse Cell Lineages in Adult Blood; The Mesenchymal Stem Cell: Supporting a Variety of Adult Tissues; Stem cells can be used for medial purposes and cite specific examples; Defects in stem cell behavior can lead to medical problems; Complex molecular, cellular, and genetic techniques used to investigate stem cell biology; Current limitations of stem cell biology applications and areas of active research.
BI4110 Insect Biology and Management
Code BI4110
Name Insect Biology and Management
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Life Sciences and Technology
Credit 2
Syllabus 12 weeks lectures covers : Introduction; Anatomy and Morphology of Insects (Head, Thorax, Abdomen), Function and Physiology of Insects (Digestion, Respiration, Circulation, Excretion, Reproduction, Nervous, Movement, Thermoregulation); Integument of Insects; Classification of Insects; Ecology of Insects; Beneficial Insects; Insect Pests; Management of Beneficial Insect and Insect Pests; Conventional Insecticides; IPM. 2 weeks covers : Task and Presentation 2 weeks covers : Mid Semester Test and Final Semester Test
BI4111 Plant Specialized Metabolism
Code BI4111
Name Plant Specialized Metabolism
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Life Sciences and Technology
Credit 2
Syllabus This course covers biochemical processes specific to plant secondary metabolism; classification and biosynthesis of alkaloids, terpenoids, and phenolics; secretory/specialized structures, metabolic engineering using biotechnological approaches such as application of synthetic biology and heterologous host; gene discovery; new chemical entities; gene editing; biological function such as pigments and scents; herbs, medicinal and aromatic plants; essential oils; and their diverse human application.
BM3106 Mycology
Code BM3106
Name Mycology
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Life Sciences and Technology
Credit 2
Syllabus This lecture teaches about non-fungi, the scope of true fungi includes : filamentous and unicelullar fungi, Chrytridiomycota, Zygomycota, Glomeromycota, Basidiomycota, Ascomycota, Deuteromycota, the important values of fungi, biological scieces of fungi, the utilization of fungi, the negative infleunces of fungi and the future potential of fungi for human life.
BM3107 Fungal Technology
Code BM3107
Name Fungal Technology
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Life Sciences and Technology
Credit 2
Syllabus The scope of this subject include: Fungal isolation and purification technique, Fungal cultivation and preservation technique, innoculum preparation and enumeration (quantification), technique for mycelium biomass production, technique for mushroom biomass production, technique for fungal biomass extraction, biological control technique using fungi agents, technique on mycorrhizae, techniques on myco-remediation
BM4106 Current Topics of Microbiology
Code BM4106
Name Current Topics of Microbiology
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Life Sciences and Technology
Credit 2
Syllabus Historical development of industrial microbiology, industrial processes and product in food and beverages; health care product; microbial enzyme; fuel and mining; industrial chemical and application of industrial microbiology (guest lecturer)
BM4107 Biosecurity of Bioproduct
Code BM4107
Name Biosecurity of Bioproduct
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Life Sciences and Technology
Credit 2
Syllabus In this course the following topics will be given: understanding the role of microorganisms, physics, and chemistry on food damage; Understanding the differences in the main sources and identifying secondary sources of contamination, understanding intrinsic and extrinsic factors in foods that affect microbial growth, the importance of sanitation; challenges in the protection of bioproducts, the purpose of pasteurization, the main key in food preservation, and the main chemical methods in the protection of bioproducts; understanding conditions related to risk analysis, explaining the stage of risk analysis, explaining the different stages of risk analysis on microbial and hazardous material contamination, explaining risk management; understanding of the upstream-downstream perspective in security management, a key strategy in reducing innate pathogens; procedures for regulating the safety of cosmetic and medicinal products.
BM4108 Biofilm and Corrosion
Code BM4108
Name Biofilm and Corrosion
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Life Sciences and Technology
Credit 2
Syllabus In this subject will be given: understanding of the role of bacteria in biofilm formation and its characterization; understanding of the role of bacteria and biofilms in bio-corrosion processes and interactions that occur; understanding of the mechanism of corrosion caused by bacteria, the bio-fouling process which also involves the role of bacteria, biological monitoring and prevention methods by chemically, physically, and biologically; and bio-corrosion phenomena that occur in the oil industry, and the aquatic system in freshwater and marine/brackish.
BM4109 Microbiology of Aquaculture
Code BM4109
Name Microbiology of Aquaculture
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Life Sciences and Technology
Credit 2
Syllabus This course covers general microbial aspects in aquaculture production, specifically related to microbial interaction and its role in aquaculture production, including microbe-microbe interaction, microbial-animal interaction (shrimp and fish); microbes (bacteria, virus and parasite) as disease agents in freshwater and marine aquaculture production; as well as microbial management and manipulation on aquaculture system and on aquaculture animal as alternative for nutrition, water quality and disease control strategies, including the development and use of probiotics, prebiotics, and synbiotics, the use of close aquaculture system (Recirculating Aquaculture System/RAS, Zero-Water Discharge system, and hybrid RAS-ZWD system), and biofloc technology.
BW3103 Forest Protection Security Techniques
Code BW3103
Name Forest Protection Security Techniques
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Life Sciences and Technology
Credit 2
Syllabus This course is about the scope of forest protection, understanding the basic principles of forest protection, the human role in the protection of forests, the causal factors of forest disturbance and forest destruction mechanism by confounding factors of biotic and abiotic groups, methods and control techniques, the types of interference forest security, forest security methods and techniques.
BW3104 Tree Improvement
Code BW3104
Name Tree Improvement
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Life Sciences and Technology
Credit 2
Syllabus In this course, students study the meaning and scope of tree breeding, the relationship between tree breeding and other sciences, as well as the role and interests of tree breeding in forest development and solving problems in forest development and studying tree variations and sources of variation in individual units and populations as well as their benefits for forest development and engineering. Study the value of genetic variation and understand the levels and patterns of variation within populations and between populations. Study the selection methods used in tree breeding. Learn the application of plus tree scoring/scoring as a cross parent. Studying forest tree mating systems, design of breeding populations, and evaluating the results of forest tree genetic tests. Looking at genetic markers (conventional and modern) in selection for tree breeding population material. Studying tree genetic engineering for forest tree breeding population development schemes. Designing tree breeding populations as well as creating forest tree crosses. Get to know the products of forest tree breeding. Applying the science of tree breeding in solving forest development problems.
BW4004 Forestry Sociology
Code BW4004
Name Forestry Sociology
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Life Sciences and Technology
Credit 2
Syllabus Introduction, Social interactions and social processes in the management of forest resources, Social structure and stratification in the management of forest resources, Social Norms and Values, Institutional management of forest resources, Social capital in managing forest resources, Socialization and communication in the context of forestry development counseling, social change , Community participation in sustainable forestry development, case studies based on social activities in forest resource management.
BW4103 Ecosystem Services Management
Code BW4103
Name Ecosystem Services Management
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Life Sciences and Technology
Credit 2
Syllabus This course explains the understanding and characteristics of ecosystem services, types of ecosystem services, forest ecosystems, providers of ecosystem services, users of ecosystem services, spatial analysis of ecosystem services, assessment of ecosystem services, design of payment mechanisms for ecosystem services, negotiation of providers and users of ecosystem services, institutional management of ecosystem services , monitoring and evaluating the management of ecosystem services, management policies for ecosystem services, and the preparation of plans for management of regional ecosystem services.
DK3105 Visual Storytelling
Code DK3105
Name Visual Storytelling
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Art and Design
Credit 3
Syllabus Visual Storytelling introduces knowlegde on time-based media and to develop storytelling through collaboration of visual aspects to communicate/deliver ideas through static time-based media. Visual storytelling focuses on the storyboarding abilities and close collaboration between visual language, text, audio and time.
DK3111 Motion Graphic
Code DK3111
Name Motion Graphic
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Art and Design
Credit 3
Syllabus Implementation of the continuation of basic conventional (static) graphics becomes dynamic graphics by utilizing visual technology and exploration of space and time.
DK4101 Graphic Design Perspective
Code DK4101
Name Graphic Design Perspective
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Art and Design
Credit 3
Syllabus In this comprehensive course provides an understanding and proficiency in growing and changing of graphic design from decade to decade, through technology and cultural aspect. Understanding and give insight the field of graphic design and the problem on praxis. Understanding the semantics aspect on visual Communication. Understanding how to use visual rhetorics on graphic design. Understanding Criticizing the final artworks in many medium of graphic design.
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)
DK4117 Comic
Code DK4117
Name Comic
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Art and Design
Credit 3
Syllabus Comics provides a basic principle in comic and sequential art media, from creative ideas, storytelling, storyboarding, character design and visualisation techniques, knowledge on Western and Eastern visual language and the possibilities of the development of the comics medium. The students are introduced to various kinds of comics through lectures, analytical method and workshop.
FA2011 Food Safety Analysis
Code FA2011
Name Food Safety Analysis
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Pharmacy
Credit 2
Syllabus The course covers introduction: change of paradigm in food: from enough food to optimum food, differences of food and drug in term of benefit and work mechanism of its nutritious component and active pharmaceutical ingredients, food supplement, substances used as food supplement, functional food, example of functional food; risk analysis: risk analysis concept in food safety evaluation, application of risk analysis in safety evaluation of food additive, contaminant, supplement; food additive: terminology and classification, technological function, establishment of maximum level; food contaminant: type, sources and formation, toxicity, establishment of maximum level; regulation and standard of food and food product: Codex standard, national regulation and standard, regional regulation and standard; analysis of nutrition: determination of general parameters, determination of fat, protein and carbohydrate, calculation of calorie values based on determination of fat, protein and carbohydrate; analysis of food additives: analysis of preservative, sweetener, antioxidant, food colorant, analysis of contaminants: determination of acrylamide, mycotoxin, heavy metals and MCPD; foodborne disease: cause and phatogenesis; food microbial indicator and safety: analysis of microbial hazard; hazard analysis and critical control point: history, prerequisite, principle, application; food protection: type of food protection
FA4036 Crystallography
Code FA4036
Name Crystallography
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Pharmacy
Credit 2
Syllabus Manufacturing problems are facing by Indonesian and global pharmaceutical industries , amorphous and crystalline properties of API, crystalization-habits-epitaxy effect, polymorphism-hydratomorph-solvatomorph, monotropy and enantiotropy, thermodynamic properties of crystal, Bravais crystal lattices, ideal crystal-crystal defect, polymorphic transformation, transformation kinetics, heat and tribomechanical treatment, binary system without mixed crystal, binary system with mixed crystals, co-crystal (super molecule), phase of diagram, qualitative and quantitative powder X ray diffraction, Raman spectroscopy, NMR, polarization microscope, scanning electron microscope , contact method, thermal analysis-DSC-DTA-TGA-Hot Stage, and data interpretation
FI3121 Photonics Theory and Applications
Code FI3121
Name Photonics Theory and Applications
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences
Credit 2
Syllabus This course is offered to provide students with background knowledge on optics and photonics as well as its applications in optical/photonic devices and systems. Topics covered in this course are : Brief review of geometrical optics and transfer matrix method; Fourier optics and applications; Wave propagation in isotropic medium, Wave propagation and mode simulation using Finite Difference Time Domain (FDTD) and semi-emprical method by expansion method; Evanescent wave and surface plasmon resonance; Light absorption, emission and scattering; Spontaneous and stimulated emission as well as laser principles; Propagation of light in layered media and Photonic Crystals; Imaging and spectroscopy systems
FI4005 Scientific Communication
Code FI4005
Name Scientific Communication
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences
Credit 3
Syllabus This course concerns with scientific communication; such as technical Writing of scientific journal or poster and oral Presentation. Students learn how to choose a research topic, searching literature, preparing draft, revising the draft, finalizing scientific papers and posters. For Oral Presentation, students learn about technique of effective communication, the use of supporting media, time management, and how to respond questions
FI4005 Scientific Communication
Code FI4005
Name Scientific Communication
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences
Credit 3
Syllabus This course concerns with scientific communication; such as technical Writing of scientific journal or poster and oral Presentation. Students learn how to choose a research topic, searching literature, preparing draft, revising the draft, finalizing scientific papers and posters. For Oral Presentation, students learn about technique of effective communication, the use of supporting media, time management, and how to respond questions
FI4121 Synthesis and Physical Properties of Materials as well as their Functionalizations
Code FI4121
Name Synthesis and Physical Properties of Materials as well as their Functionalizations
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences
Credit 3
Syllabus This course is offered to equipped students with knowledge of the synthesis method of soft materials and the underlying physics and chemistry principless. The participants will be also introduced to physical properties of matter as well as their functionalization for advanced technology applications. The topics of this lecture are: methods of synthesizing soft materials, phenomenological models of physical properties such as: heat and electric conduction properties, magnetic properties and optical properties; and the method of characterization.
FK4042 Medical Nutrition Therapy
Code FK4042
Name Medical Nutrition Therapy
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Pharmacy
Credit 2
Syllabus Introduction, General considerations: nutrition, nutrient, science nutrition; basic component of nutrition; digestion process: absorption, transport, and metabolism of nutrient; nutrition for various ages level; nutrition for health and fitness; food pyramides; food energy and its measurement, nutrient-nutrient, nutrient-drug interaction; anti nutritive, nutrient toxicity and pathology, food allergy and intolerance, eating disorders, nutrition for therapy various systems disorder.
FK4043 Pharmacovigilance
Code FK4043
Name Pharmacovigilance
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Pharmacy
Credit 2
Syllabus Origin and definitions of pharmacovigilance, scope and purposes of pharmacovigilance, development of pharmacovigilance, adverse drug reactions, the concept of safety, causation, preclinical studies, human volunteed studies, clinical trials, postmarketing surveillance, systematic reviews and meta-analysis, risk management process, signal detection, evaluation and investigation, taking action, communication, legislation and guidelines, regulatory pharmacovigilance systems, obligations of pharmaceutical companies, risk management planning, world health organization, council for the organization of medical sciences, international conference onharmonization, stakeholders and their perspectives, ethical principles, ethical safeguards in relation to safety, transparency, conflicts of interests, application of pharmacovigilance in clinical settings.
FK4046 Digital Clinical Pharmacy
Code FK4046
Name Digital Clinical Pharmacy
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Pharmacy
Credit 2
Syllabus This course covers: pharmaceutical care and the role of pharmacists in the digital era; how digital technology is used in patient-oriented healthcare, especially in pharmaceutical care; the power of mobile health technology in solving problems in healthcare and pharmaceutical care; and the future of healthcare, including the role of artificial intelligence (AI) in healthcare.
FK4047 Disaster Mitigation in Pharmacy
Code FK4047
Name Disaster Mitigation in Pharmacy
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Pharmacy
Credit 2
Syllabus Explanation of fielding of disaster and mitigation, disaster cycle, disaster stages, concept of disaster risk management in health perspective, volunteer and ethic of volunteer, hospital disaster plan, Identification of disaster victim, Hazard assessment, vulnerability analysis, risk assessment, and rapid health assessment, role of pharmacist and pharmacy organization in disaster management, Medicine Management in disaster, emergency disaster, disaster management in disability population, case study of disaster management.
GD2002 Introduction to Geographic Information System
Code GD2002
Name Introduction to Geographic Information System
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Earth Sciences and Technology
Credit 2
Syllabus Coordinate and Projection System, Maps, GIS Concept, Raster and Vector, Environmental Information System, Spatial Thinking, Development of Simple GIS, Planning and Management of Spatial Data, Multiscale Grid System
GD2003 Introduction to Mapping
Code GD2003
Name Introduction to Mapping
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Earth Sciences and Technology
Credit 3
Syllabus Map and Function of Map; Geographic Object Position and Coordinate System; Horizontal and Vertical Positioning; Horizontal Positioning Methods; Angle and Distance Measurement; Vertical Positioning Method; Profile; Large-Scale Mapping; Area and Volume Calculation; Map and Image Interpretation; Planning Map; Stake-Out; Review Position and Positioning
GD2105 IntroductionofSpatial System
Code GD2105
Name IntroductionofSpatial System
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Earth Sciences and Technology
Credit 2
Syllabus Digital Data Representation, Approximation and Error, Interpolation, Numerical Methods, MATLAB Programming
GD4101 Geographic Information System
Code GD4101
Name Geographic Information System
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Earth Sciences and Technology
Credit 3
Syllabus Basic concept of geospastial data, GIS Concepts, data structure, spatial analysis, GIS modelling
GD4102 Cadastre System
Code GD4102
Name Cadastre System
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Earth Sciences and Technology
Credit 4
Syllabus Cadastral definition, types, classification, history and development of cadastre and land registration, land administration, cadastral systems used in the world, the development of cadastral systems and the benefits for urban as well as rural areas a feasibility study into increasing cadastre, adjudication, special problems and system progressive in land registration, survey and mapping Cadastral, land information systems, institutional
GD4103 Environmental Geography
Code GD4103
Name Environmental Geography
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Earth Sciences and Technology
Credit 2
Syllabus Students can understand the human impact on the environment (pollution, flood, erosion, danlainnya), the dynamics of spatial changes and trends and global change, environmental risk analysis Homeland (threat, exposure, vulnerability, adaptive capacity) and utilization of geospatial data for process modeling environment SIG. Process modeling environment with GIS: water balance, erosion, climate change, eco-regional planning, land use, and adaptation strategies and sustainability.
GD4104 Environmental Remote Sensing
Code GD4104
Name Environmental Remote Sensing
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Earth Sciences and Technology
Credit 3
Syllabus Introduction to the concept of remote sensing fundamentals, basic knowledge of the principles and applications of remote sensing, digital image interpretation techniques, and applications of remote sensing in the extraction of environmental information.
GD4107 Capita Selecta
Code GD4107
Name Capita Selecta
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Earth Sciences and Technology
Credit 3
Syllabus This course provides an advanced and contemporary overview of relevant contemporary issues in the field of geodesy and geomatics. This is intended to expose students to recent technology developments and to understand the future challenge.
GD4205 Maritime Boundaries
Code GD4205
Name Maritime Boundaries
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Earth Sciences and Technology
Credit 3
Syllabus Concept of baseline, international and nationa maritime zone characteristics, national and international maritime boundaries determination, marine cadastre, case study for maritime boundaries and marine cadastre
IL2103 Introduction of Environmental Infrastructure
Code IL2103
Name Introduction of Environmental Infrastructure
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Credit 2
Syllabus This course provides material related to the introduction of various types of infrastructure which are included in Environmental Infrastructure Engineering which will be studied further during lectures in RIL Study Programs, including infrastructure related to processing clean water, waste water, drainage and solid waste.
KL2106 Physical Oceanography
Code KL2106
Name Physical Oceanography
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Credit 2
Syllabus The courses are divided into two parts. First part studies the Descriptive of Physical Oceanography. In the second part, the course provides students with basic theory of Dynamical Oceanography. The course starts with ocean dimension and main characteristics of sea water; salinity, temperature, and density. Then the student was introduced with basic theory and application of Ocean Circulation. The students were courage to understand the hypothesis of Ocean Conveyor Belt and its impact to Global Warming. The course provides the student with general introduction about wave, tide, coastal, and estuary.
KL2106 Physical Oceanography
Code KL2106
Name Physical Oceanography
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Credit 2
Syllabus The courses are divided into two parts. First part studies the Descriptive of Physical Oceanography. In the second part, the course provides students with basic theory of Dynamical Oceanography. The course starts with ocean dimension and main characteristics of sea water; salinity, temperature, and density. Then the student was introduced with basic theory and application of Ocean Circulation. The students were courage to understand the hypothesis of Ocean Conveyor Belt and its impact to Global Warming. The course provides the student with general introduction about wave, tide, coastal, and estuary.
KL4100 Ocean Environment
Code KL4100
Name Ocean Environment
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Credit 2
Syllabus The course introduces knowledge about Ocean Environment, Ocean Polutant, Diffusion and Advection Equation, as well as ocean pollutant cases such as oil spill, ship/boat accident in navigation (example big tanker ship), protection of oil spill in ship navigation, Legal aspect, regulation etc. Application of hydrodynamics and water quality modeling. Presentation and discussion of latest ocean environmental issues (oil spill, coral reef, dredging/reclamation, tailing disposal, global warming, produced water, etc.).
KU4090 Modul Nusantara
Code KU4090
Name Modul Nusantara
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Art and Design
Credit 4
Syllabus -
KU4090 Modul Nusantara
Code KU4090
Name Modul Nusantara
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Art and Design
Credit 4
Syllabus -
KU4090 Modul Nusantara
Code KU4090
Name Modul Nusantara
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Art and Design
Credit 4
Syllabus -
KU4090 Modul Nusantara
Code KU4090
Name Modul Nusantara
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Art and Design
Credit 4
Syllabus -
KU4090 Modul Nusantara
Code KU4090
Name Modul Nusantara
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Art and Design
Credit 4
Syllabus -
KU4090 Modul Nusantara
Code KU4090
Name Modul Nusantara
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Art and Design
Credit 4
Syllabus -
KU4090 Modul Nusantara
Code KU4090
Name Modul Nusantara
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Art and Design
Credit 4
Syllabus -
KU4090 Modul Nusantara
Code KU4090
Name Modul Nusantara
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Art and Design
Credit 4
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KU4090 Modul Nusantara
Code KU4090
Name Modul Nusantara
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Art and Design
Credit 4
Syllabus -
KU4090 Modul Nusantara
Code KU4090
Name Modul Nusantara
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Art and Design
Credit 4
Syllabus -
KU4090 Modul Nusantara
Code KU4090
Name Modul Nusantara
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Art and Design
Credit 4
Syllabus -
KU4090 Modul Nusantara
Code KU4090
Name Modul Nusantara
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Art and Design
Credit 4
Syllabus -
KU4090 Modul Nusantara
Code KU4090
Name Modul Nusantara
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Art and Design
Credit 4
Syllabus -
KU4090 Modul Nusantara
Code KU4090
Name Modul Nusantara
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Art and Design
Credit 4
Syllabus -
KU4095 Entrepreneurship
Code KU4095
Name Entrepreneurship
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Art and Design
Credit 2
Syllabus Students learn business motivation, Indonesian and world entrepreneurs, cooperatives, company legal entity, innovation and creativity, business and business feasibility studies, business financing, franchise, design and product packaging, export, marketing of products and services, marketing training.
KU4183 Sociology of Industry
Code KU4183
Name Sociology of Industry
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Art and Design
Credit 2
Syllabus Students are given introductory material and scope of sociology, social processes, culture and society, concept of socio-industry, industry and analytical framework of sociology, technological implication approach, social relations in the production process, industrial production and role of labor, social relations in the workplace, industry and stratification, approach to behavior of workers in the workplace, socio-technological system and organizational choices, attitudes of workers in their employment.
KU4184 Anthropology
Code KU4184
Name Anthropology
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Art and Design
Credit 2
Syllabus Students learn concept of anthropology, cultural concepts, perspectives of anthropological theories, cultural materialism, structuralism, and cognition, culture and personality, culture and language, anthropology of knowledge, anthropology of technology, science, technology and culture.
MB2002 Business Communication and Negotiation
Code MB2002
Name Business Communication and Negotiation
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus This course introduces students to basic theories or concepts and skills related to business communication. The first phase of the course (prior to the midterm exam) is directed towards understanding communication events, while the second phase of the course (post the midterm exam) is directed towards learning various communication skills in a more focused and practical way in companies. In today’s personal and professional world, communication is one of the most vital skills to develop. The effectiveness in communicating ideas, feelings, instructions, and thoughts are key to success, especially in business. Business Communication is designed to introduce skills and practices that will help: communicate and develop communication strategy in business and for clients/stakeholders. This course will explore how to communicate in written and oral form and practice some of the fundamentals of business writing, email, business letters, and discuss how to be persuasive and engaging in these writings. Additionally, the course will explore social media management for business including managing crisis, media management and corporate communication
MB2002 Business Communication and Negotiation
Code MB2002
Name Business Communication and Negotiation
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus This course introduces students to basic theories or concepts and skills related to business communication. The first phase of the course (prior to the midterm exam) is directed towards understanding communication events, while the second phase of the course (post the midterm exam) is directed towards learning various communication skills in a more focused and practical way in companies. In today’s personal and professional world, communication is one of the most vital skills to develop. The effectiveness in communicating ideas, feelings, instructions, and thoughts are key to success, especially in business. Business Communication is designed to introduce skills and practices that will help: communicate and develop communication strategy in business and for clients/stakeholders. This course will explore how to communicate in written and oral form and practice some of the fundamentals of business writing, email, business letters, and discuss how to be persuasive and engaging in these writings. Additionally, the course will explore social media management for business including managing crisis, media management and corporate communication
MB2101 Integrated Business Experience
Code MB2101
Name Integrated Business Experience
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 6
Syllabus The Integrative Business Experience (IBE) at SBM-ITB intends to provide students an opportunity to create, plan, and manage a small business enterprise. Thought this course, students will also experience in cultivating and reinforcing the sense of corporate responsibility (by generating profits) and ethical responsibility (by using the profit to support a non-profit service project). As a concern of social awareness and not only business awareness, we want to encourage students’ sense of individual responsibility to the community by requiring personal involvement with the selected charity project. This course is designed to provide student real experience in doing business as well as integrating management functions that they receive during their study. Aligning with SBM- ITB vision and mission, this subject will provide complex skills for students related to Leadership, problem solving, teamwork. It is also will increase their managerial ability with ethical and social responsibility.
MB2104 Economics
Code MB2104
Name Economics
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 4
Syllabus The course is intended to provide students with knowledge and coherent understanding of the basic theoretical concepts and analytical tools of microeconomics including understand how market and price mechanism work, demand and supply, elasticity, consumer theory, theory of the firm and theory of the industry, as well as macroeconomics including the aggregate supply – aggregate demand model, money market, inflation, economic growth, fiscal and monetary economic policy, international trade and finance policy. The intended skill outcomes are effective learning, thinking and problem solving by applying micro and macroeconomic analysis tools; analytical skills needed to present and defend economic arguments and effective written presentation of economic arguments.
MB2106 International Business Law & Ethics
Code MB2106
Name International Business Law & Ethics
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 2
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. International Business Ethics and Law introduces students to basic ethical and legal perspectives and related cases that are expected to provide the basic motivation to promote ethical and legal global business practices. Moreover, it is expected that students become aware of the complexity of business activities and are willing to take a more holistic approach in initiating and implementing business initiatives and transactions. The course is compulsory for students of the international program of the Bachelor of Management SBM ITB.
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.
MB3132 Strategic Management
Code MB3132
Name Strategic Management
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 4
Syllabus This course will provide students with concepts and theories of previous preceding courses, such as Marketing Management, Financial Management, Operations Management, Organizational Behavior, and Financial Management. This course will focus on specific problems in industries, both manufacturing and services, from which the problems will be solved by the concepts and theories of Strategic Management. Students will also get a hands-on experience by doing a semester-long project to apply concepts in simple business setting.
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.
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.
MB4018 Compensation Management & Employee Performance
Code MB4018
Name Compensation Management & Employee Performance
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 4
Syllabus This elective course will discuss various topics related to performance management and compensation systems. Regarding performance management, students will be given theories related to the factors that can affect performance at both the individual and group level as well as how a good performance management system is. In terms of the compensation system, students will be given a theory about good compensation criteria, types of compensation, and how to calculate the basic salary. To improve students' understanding and abilities about the given topic, this lecture will use various activities in the teaching process such as lectures, discussions, simulations, games, watching movies, and presentations. Students will also be given project-based assignments to give students the ability to evaluate and design performance management and compensation systems. In this lecture, students will also reflect on their experiences in working in groups to improve their ability to work together and understand their strengths and weaknesses.
MB4019 Creativity and Innovation
Code MB4019
Name Creativity and Innovation
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus Creativity and Innovation is a course that gives the knowledge and skill related to creative thinking and innovation attempt. Through this course, students of Bachelor Management will learn about the available tools for creativity and how to create an innovative ideas and business model. After they learn about the theory, the students will try to create a business or product idea including its innovative business model.
MB4021 Enterprise Resources Planning
Code MB4021
Name Enterprise Resources Planning
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus Decision makers are able to see a large picture of the situation and come out with several alternatives of performance improvement. In addition, the company becomes able to collaborate with their upstream suppliers and downstream partners not just in transaction process but also in decision-making process. Supply chain management (SCM) is a field of operations management, which mostly takes the advantage of ERP. It can be seen that ERP is an enabler to realize potential promises of SCM to companies
MB4023 Supply Chain Management
Code MB4023
Name Supply Chain Management
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 4
Syllabus This course not only discuss the theory of supply chain management, but also give computation skill to students to solve problem in supply chain management using a certain methodology. Thus, this course learning methods will consist of lecturing, simulation, and also discussion on supply chain management issue.
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.
MB4030 International Transportation Logistics
Code MB4030
Name International Transportation Logistics
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus International logistics deals with goods transactions involving parties in two or more nations. The word logistics was originally used for military applications but today covers commercial activities as well. Goods move through channels, as do orders, payments, and documents. The course will discuss these three channels and how they are integrated. In addition, it will discuss intermediaries and how they ensure that the channels function relatively smoothly. International logistics must take into account difference in cultures, currency, and transportation systems. According to most accounts, this makes international logistics more difficult than domestic logistics. The relationships between and among many logistical activities are not standardized; they still are determined on a case-by-case basis.
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.
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.
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.
MB4055 Project Management
Code MB4055
Name Project Management
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus This subject consisted of human project management and organization to achieve corporate vision /mission especially consultant and contractor companies. The materials are designed so that students are able to plan, manage and coordinate, as well as evaluate human resources. This subject introduces also the foundation of knowledge, skills and characters relate to project management and organization, as well as the functions human resources. Not only theory but also practical method to run the company.Course activities are designed to plan, manage, coordinate and evaluate the project resources within the organization that include strategic project management activities, organizational design and organizational culture, Project Management Concept , Project Planning, Project Organization, Need Identification, Types of Contract, Planning the Project, Controling the Project, Scheduling, PM Procurement
MB5101 Management Thought and Research
Code MB5101
Name Management Thought and Research
Degree Master
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus As a scientific discipline, management has a long history in which any scholar in this area should be aware of. The development of management thoughts has emerged as a response to contextual problems in its own era. In this regard, contexts refer to economy, social, politics, and technology. Each school of management thought has its own unique foundation and consequences. Therefore, a sound understanding of the history of management thought is expected to inspire any scholar in developing his or her research which is relevant and contextual with the Indonesian condition in the era of globalised world. In this course, the history of management thought is organized into six main topics, namely: 1. The School of Classical Management Thought 2. The School of Bahavioural Management Thought 3. The School of Systems Management Thought 4. The School of Contingency Management Thought 5. The School of East Management Thought 6. Contemporary Issues in Business & Management
MB5102 Quantitative Research Methodology
Code MB5102
Name Quantitative Research Methodology
Degree Master
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus This course is intended to expose students with concepts of quantitative research methodology. These concepts include science and research, research paradigms, ethics, research design, and report writing. Various quantitative methods, i.e, multivariate statistics, machine learning are to be learnt by the students. The long-term goal of this course is to enable students to conduct independent research and report the results through report/master thesis.
MB5103 Qualitative Research Methodology
Code MB5103
Name Qualitative Research Methodology
Degree Master
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus Social science researchers who rely largely on quantitative research methods conduct research in ways similar to their counterparts in natural science. They believe that it is possible for them to separate their research object from its context and depend heavily on experiments and statistical correlations. By contrast, social science researchers who rely largely on qualitative research methods believe that social phenomena are complex and strongly context-dependent. To understand social phenomena found in business and management, social science researchers cannot detach such phenomena from their natural (real-world) settings/ contexts. When conducting qualitative research method researchers try to understand and interpret the phenomena they witness by searching for explanations of the phenomena being observed. Their task is to find the logic, arrangement, and explicit/ implicit rules of social phenomena. The research methods employed in qualitative research potentially enable researchers to provide in-depth and detailed descriptions of phenomena. Nevertheless, quantitative and qualitative research rarely stand alone and are often combined in any particular piece of research This module consists of eight major topics with the following order: Fundamental principles of Qualitative Research, Qualitative Research Design, Qualitative Research Method, Combining different research methods, Research Ethics, Data Collection, Data Analysis, and Writing your qualitative research.
MB5104 Digital Technology in Business
Code MB5104
Name Digital Technology in Business
Degree Master
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 2
Syllabus This course introduces students to key information technology and information systems concepts from a business perspective. Information technology and systems are crucial in every discipline of business and commerce. Today, information technology and systems are used by business for communicating with, and supporting, customers, and they underpin business functions ranging from marketing, human resource, accounting, and finance. Students will learn the role of information technology and systems in business, and how these can be leveraged to create and sustain competitive advantage.
MB5106 Advanced Economics
Code MB5106
Name Advanced Economics
Degree Master
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 2
Syllabus This course covers many aspects related to fixed income securities and derivatives, including product features, valuation model, and transaction mechanism. In the first half of the semester, we focused on fixed income securities, i.e. product features, valuation, risk analysis, and the portfolio management. Whereas the derivative products such as forwards, futures, swaps, and options will be discussed in the second half of semester
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.
MG3011 General Metallurgy
Code MG3011
Name General Metallurgy
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Mining and Petroleum Engineering
Credit 2
Syllabus Parameters influence to the development of processing of mining products (such as ores, industrial minerals, and coal) in the world, the background and the utilizations of the processing products. Principles and prospect of the processing of industrial minerals, ores, coal in Indonesia, and the demand and market of the final products.
MG4012 Biohidrometallurgy & Bioremediation
Code MG4012
Name Biohidrometallurgy & Bioremediation
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Mining and Petroleum Engineering
Credit 2
Syllabus Principles and practices of biohydrometallurgy and bioremediation of metallurgy and mining wastes, mycoremediation, phytoremediation, rhizoremediation, electrobioremediation, biostimulation, bioaugmentation, types of ores, sulfide minerals, oxide minerals, redox potential, free energy changes, petroleum hydrocarbon, toxic organic matter, potentially toxic metals, radioactive materials, bacteria, archaea, eukarya, fungi, chemolithoautotrophs, chemoorganotrophs, bioleaching microbial communities, mechanisms of microbially mediated transformations of metals, mechanisms of sulfide mineral dissolution, bioleaching mechanisms, factors influencing bioleaching and bioremediation, types of bioremediation and bioremediation technologies, work plan for bioremediation project, environmental laws and regulations linked to monitoring program for bioremediation, bioleaching kinetics, bioleaching techniques for both laboratory investigations and industrial applications, bioleaching in metal recovery from mine wastes, contaminated sediments, electronic wastes, fly ashes, and battery wastes, biohydrometallurgy and bioremediation case studies, laboratory experiments, oral presentation and scientific writing based on reviewing journal articles listed in the bibliography (group).
MG4013 Biocorrosion & Biodeterioration
Code MG4013
Name Biocorrosion & Biodeterioration
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Mining and Petroleum Engineering
Credit 2
Syllabus Types of biodeterioration, biocorrosion components, economic losses caused by biocorrosion and biodeterioration, microbes and their role in biocorrosion and biodeterioration, biofilms and biofouling, biofilm-corrosion product interactions, materials susceptible to biocorrosion and biodeterioration, systems vulnerable to biocorrosion and biodeterioration, physico-mechanical factors and their effects on biocorrosion, impact of alloying elements to susceptibility of biocorrosion, mechanisms of biocorrosion and biodeterioration,, methods and techniques for the study of biocorrosion and biodeterioration by using light microscopy, epifluorescence microscopy, confocal laser scanning microscopy, atomic force microscopy, electron microscopy, pit morphology, mineralogical analysis, and equipment such as XRD, ED-XRF, SEM-EDS, TEM-EDS, FTIR, strategies to prevent or mitigate biocorrosion, corrosion control using beneficial biofilms, the control of biodeterioration, practical cases of biocorrosion of carbon steel in anaerobic environments and biocorrosion by iron-oxidizing bacteria in aerobic environments, laboratory experiments, oral presentation and scientific writing based on reviewing journal articles listed in the bibliography (group).
MG4023 Metallurgical Industry Policy
Code MG4023
Name Metallurgical Industry Policy
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Mining and Petroleum Engineering
Credit 2
Syllabus This course focuses on legal aspect in developing the industry for processing and utilizing mineral and coal resources, metals and their alloys. Management of metallurgical industry should be in line with government rules and laws which are related to industrial sector. This course consist of: various rules and laws, management concept based on good industrial practices, type of operation, overlapping rules and laws, and tax system. An example of metallurgical industry policy from other country will be discussed as well as actual problem occurred in metallurgical industry sector
MG4024 Computational Methods for Alloy Design
Code MG4024
Name Computational Methods for Alloy Design
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Mining and Petroleum Engineering
Credit 2
Syllabus This course focuses on the evaluation of alloys properties in atomic as well as microscopic scale through computer simulation, knowledge about the basic concept of alloys and its properties, how an alloy can be developed so that it can be useful in new technologies and developments using computer based alloy designing. The course will familiarize students with a variety of software tools in computational alloys design and scientific computing by prioritizing the physical principles underlying the software to confer an understanding of their applicability and limitations. This course will provide hands‐on experience with popular computational materials science and engineering software through a series of assignments / practice on energy calculations and electronic structures (Quantum Espresso), 3-dimensional visualization of crystal and electronic structures (VESTA), molecular simulation (LAMMPS) and calculations of phase diagram (CALPHAD). Students can also develop proficiency in programming language scripting and data analysis and visualization in MATLAB.
MK2002 Customer Insight and Business Model (P)
Code MK2002
Name Customer Insight and Business Model (P)
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 4
Syllabus This course covers designing visible system for describes how an organization creates, delivers and captures value. Students will analysis business planning and understanding this process through business model. This course will assist the students to understand the range of business model in many industries and to create appropriate route to the market. It will consider the relationship that the originator of the creative idea has to the production, distribution and the customer and uncover this relationship to “reward”. This course will introduce the student to a range of business modelling tools, and provide insight into the characteristics of successful entrepreneurs and enterprises.
MK2103 Accounting for Business
Code MK2103
Name Accounting for Business
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus This course provides knowledge and understanding of financial accounting. The introduction focuses on the design and development of information provision systems for external accountability and internal decision making of organizational entities. This course puts more emphasis on the concepts and application of accounting principles that are available theoretically and practically. Accounting as an information system will be discussed using a system development approach from a simple (manual) to a sophisticated (computerized) accounting system, which includes accounting data processing techniques (identifies, records, and communicates), accounting equations, journals, ledgers, worksheet as the basis for preparing the financial statements of a business entity.
MK2104 Marketing for Technopreneurship
Code MK2104
Name Marketing for Technopreneurship
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus Marketing starts with understanding consumer needs and wants, determining which target markets the organization can serve best, and developing a compelling value proposition by which the organization can attract and grow valued consumers. Then, more than just making a sale, today’s marketers want to engage customers and build deep customer relationships that make their brands a meaningful part of consumers’ conversations and lives. In this digital age, to go along with their tried-and-true traditional marketing methods, marketers have a dazzling set of new online, mobile, and social media tools for engaging customers anytime, anyplace to jointly shape brand conversations, experiences, and community. In this course, students will learn to do these things well, so they will reap the rewards in terms of market share, profits, and customer equity in their journey in technopreneurship
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.
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.
MK3018 Technology Learning for Entrepreneurship
Code MK3018
Name Technology Learning for Entrepreneurship
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus -
MK3021 Product Development
Code MK3021
Name Product Development
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus This course is designed focus on the new product development process which is key to the success of any companies. The course will expose students to (a) creative techniques for idea generation, (b) fine-tuning these ideas to develop products and services that meet specific consumer needs, and (c) testing the feasibility of these ideas. The course uses lectures, cases, and outside speakers. Moreover, the course includes a project wherein student teams need to use the creativity techniques covered in this class to come up with new product ideas and perform a concept test to evaluate their feasibility. To achieve course objectives we will use a combination of lectures, case discussion, and lesson learned from guest lecture.
MK3035 Brand Development and Management
Code MK3035
Name Brand Development and Management
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus Brand building requires an understanding of the sources of equity, value and differentiation of our products and businesses. Brands are built through tangible elements as well as intangible associations. This courses explores the process and practice of brand development through: 1) understanding role of a brand in a business; 2) identification of business/product concept through brand value and differentiations; 3) developing tangible and intangible brand elements and associations; 4) practice in designing effective brand communication strategies
MK3101 Entrepreneurial Finance
Code MK3101
Name Entrepreneurial Finance
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus MK3101 Entrepreneurial Finance is a mandatory course for students enroll in Bachelor Entrepreneurship Program with the objectives to give the knowledge and skills to manage financial aspect of start up companies and develop the business to increase the value of the company. This course will include the following subject: entrepreneurial spectrum related with financial management, financial reports and its analysis, framework assessment to determine the healthiness of new small business, cash flow management, valuation of start up business and raising capital for the new business.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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
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
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
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
MM6025 Contemporary Human Capital Management
Code MM6025
Name Contemporary Human Capital Management
Degree Master
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus In today’s digital era, companies will need to rewrite the rules of people management. The new rules will cover among others the following Human Capital Policy and Practices: 1. Agile organization 2. Reinvented Performance Management System 3. Agile Talent 4. HR Technology to support Administrative Expert e.g. in the area of people analytics, recruitment/selection by using Gamification and Machine Learning. 5. Workforce of the Future e.g. Alternative Workforce, Augmented Workforce. 6. Reinventing Jobs. 7. Digital Culture. Those knowledge will be needed to support the rewriting the future of human capital management to support organization in digital era.
MM6026 Business Leadership
Code MM6026
Name Business Leadership
Degree Master
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus This course will discuss the knowledge and understanding of effective leadership and leadership. It is hoped that in each meeting there will be discussions on related topics and bring up practical insights for business practice. This course prepares leaders to understand the potential of themselves and others, and prepares high-performing teams. This course also prepares to become a more flexible leader who can mobilize others by being able to immerse themselves in leadership challenges, self-assessment, and feedback from team members and coworkers. This course will discuss Leadership Practice and Agile Organizations
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.
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
MM6035 Investment Project Analysis
Code MM6035
Name Investment Project Analysis
Degree Master
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus This course is combining the theory and practice of Financial Management. This is a “hands-on” course, with extensive use of computers and spreadsheets. Its general objective is to develop spreadsheet and management skills for creating computer-based models for analyzing a variety of decision problems facing today’s financial managers and professionals. Students will be taught how to build a Financial Model by using the spreadsheet, calculate the capital budgeting of a project, several methods of company valuation, and risk analysis.
MM6037 Consumer Behavior
Code MM6037
Name Consumer Behavior
Degree Master
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus A baby is born into the world carrying hundreds of thousands of genes on chromosomes from their parents with many possible combinations, has the sex and is equipped with a human mind which is an extraordinary gift as an information processing machine that since then has been ready to receive information from whoever and from various sources. It is also equipped with means of Learning, memory storage, perception and attitudes. During his life, from infancy to adulthood he receives various influences from the environment in which he lives (geographic location and conditions, economic, political and other conditions) such as culture, religion, social class, and social groups, families and experiences various things as he interacts with the environment. When the baby becomes teen and a human being who has gender as a member of a certain society and community that has a personality and self-concept. In addition, in their brains, they are also equipped with decision-making tools that are able to make decisions, say yes or no, buy or don't buy, whether based on rational judgment or just being tempted at times by visual beauty or a sweet smell or sound like that. of every offer that is proposed by the environment or even the decision making is done without thinking at all because the brain is already an auto pilot. Consumer behavior: the study of individuals, groups, or organizations and the processes they use to select, secure, use, and dispose of products, services, experiences, or ideas to meet the needs and impacts of these processes on consumers and society. Consumer behavior is interdisciplinary; which are based on concepts and theories about humans that have been developed by scientists, philosophers & researchers in various disciplines such as psychology, sociology, social psychology, cultural anthropology, and economics. Consumer behavior: the study of individuals, groups, or organizations and the processes they use to select, secure, use, and dispose of products, services, experiences, or ideas to meet the needs and impacts of these processes on consumers and society. Consumer behavior is interdisciplinary; which is based on concepts and theories about the ones that scientists, philosophers & researchers have developed in such a variety disciplines such as psychology, sociology, social psychology, cultural anthropology, and economics. 1. The basic concept of marketing states that the company exists to meet consumer needs. This need can only be met insofar as marketers understand the people who will use the products and services they are trying to sell, and that they are performing better than competitors. 2. Consumer response is the final test of whether a marketing strategy will work. Thus, knowledge of consumers must be incorporated into every aspect of a successful marketing plan 3. Data about consumers helps organizations define markets and identify threats and opportunities to a brand The objectives of the Consumer Behavior class are:  To obtain a framework for analyzing business problems that often occur due to misunderstanding of consumer behavior  To study and use consumer behavior theory in marketing  To show how consumer behavior can be used to evaluate alternative marketing strategies  To learn analytical tools (Experiential Exercises) that can be used to investigate consumer behavior and guide the decision making of a marketing manager The objectives of the Consumer Behavior class are: 1. To prepare marketers with the knowledge and skills necessary to carry out a detailed consumer analysis 2. Obtain a framework for analyzing business problems that often occur due to a lack of understanding of consumer behavior 3. To learn analytical tools (experiential exercises) that can be used to investigate consumer behavior and guide the decision making of a marketing manager
MM6037 Consumer Behavior
Code MM6037
Name Consumer Behavior
Degree Master
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus A baby is born into the world carrying hundreds of thousands of genes on chromosomes from their parents with many possible combinations, has the sex and is equipped with a human mind which is an extraordinary gift as an information processing machine that since then has been ready to receive information from whoever and from various sources. It is also equipped with means of Learning, memory storage, perception and attitudes. During his life, from infancy to adulthood he receives various influences from the environment in which he lives (geographic location and conditions, economic, political and other conditions) such as culture, religion, social class, and social groups, families and experiences various things as he interacts with the environment. When the baby becomes teen and a human being who has gender as a member of a certain society and community that has a personality and self-concept. In addition, in their brains, they are also equipped with decision-making tools that are able to make decisions, say yes or no, buy or don't buy, whether based on rational judgment or just being tempted at times by visual beauty or a sweet smell or sound like that. of every offer that is proposed by the environment or even the decision making is done without thinking at all because the brain is already an auto pilot. Consumer behavior: the study of individuals, groups, or organizations and the processes they use to select, secure, use, and dispose of products, services, experiences, or ideas to meet the needs and impacts of these processes on consumers and society. Consumer behavior is interdisciplinary; which are based on concepts and theories about humans that have been developed by scientists, philosophers & researchers in various disciplines such as psychology, sociology, social psychology, cultural anthropology, and economics. Consumer behavior: the study of individuals, groups, or organizations and the processes they use to select, secure, use, and dispose of products, services, experiences, or ideas to meet the needs and impacts of these processes on consumers and society. Consumer behavior is interdisciplinary; which is based on concepts and theories about the ones that scientists, philosophers & researchers have developed in such a variety disciplines such as psychology, sociology, social psychology, cultural anthropology, and economics. 1. The basic concept of marketing states that the company exists to meet consumer needs. This need can only be met insofar as marketers understand the people who will use the products and services they are trying to sell, and that they are performing better than competitors. 2. Consumer response is the final test of whether a marketing strategy will work. Thus, knowledge of consumers must be incorporated into every aspect of a successful marketing plan 3. Data about consumers helps organizations define markets and identify threats and opportunities to a brand The objectives of the Consumer Behavior class are:  To obtain a framework for analyzing business problems that often occur due to misunderstanding of consumer behavior  To study and use consumer behavior theory in marketing  To show how consumer behavior can be used to evaluate alternative marketing strategies  To learn analytical tools (Experiential Exercises) that can be used to investigate consumer behavior and guide the decision making of a marketing manager The objectives of the Consumer Behavior class are: 1. To prepare marketers with the knowledge and skills necessary to carry out a detailed consumer analysis 2. Obtain a framework for analyzing business problems that often occur due to a lack of understanding of consumer behavior 3. To learn analytical tools (experiential exercises) that can be used to investigate consumer behavior and guide the decision making of a marketing manager
MM6038 Branding and Marketing Communication
Code MM6038
Name Branding and Marketing Communication
Degree Master
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus The Branding and Marketing Communication courses aim to develop knowledge and skills in the field of brand management. Brand management activities include brand creation, brand positioning, brand development, and strategy to increase brand value from time to time. The basic concepts include: 1. The basic concept of brand 2. The concept of brand equity and brand value 3. Brand value chain concept 4. The concept of brand equity dynamics 5. Brand positioning concept 6. Measurement of brand equity and brand value 7. Marketing communication for brand development 8. Brand management over time Lectures are delivered through a combination of classroom teaching by the lecturer, discussion of learning materials, individual and group assignments, and case discussions. For the latter, the lecturer uses business cases from different contexts to strengthen students' understanding of the application of the concepts above. In addition to the practical materials, the lecturer also uses articles from scientific journals to enrich students' knowledge with the latest concepts and theories. In addition, the lecturer also invites guest lecturers from practitioners in Indonesia to provide practical examples of the application of the concept of brand development in domestic companies.
MM6041 Corporate Performance Management
Code MM6041
Name Corporate Performance Management
Degree Master
Faculty School of Business and Management
Credit 3
Syllabus The Jargon ’you can’t manage what you can’t measure’ has been long time used as reference among executives of companies in responding global business competition. However, a lot of companies are currently still lack of capabilities in designing a performance management system contextually to their condition at current competition. Most of them tried to adopt various performance management frameworks such as the Balanced Scorecard (Harvard), The Performance Prism (Cambridge), the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award (Department of Trade-USA), the Key Performance Indicator Manual (Department of Industry - Australia), the ISO-series, the Six Sigma, and many others without fully understanding of the essence of those frameworks. The Corporate Performance Management course is designed to equip students with concepts and techniques to design performance management system contextual to the company’s needs.
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.
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.
MS1100 Introduction to Mechanical, Material and Aerospace Engineering
Code MS1100
Name Introduction to Mechanical, Material and Aerospace Engineering
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Credit 1
Syllabus Body of knowledge of mechanical engineering, material engineering, and aerospace engineering are introduced to the students. The course includes: Mechanical Engineering: Engineering design & Structure, Dynamics & Control, Thermo-fluids & Heat Transfer, Material & Manufacture; Material Engineering: Metals, Ceramics, Polymers, Composites, and Natural Materials; Aerospace Engineering: Lighweight structure, Flight Physics, Aircraft Operation & Maintenance. This introductory course is delivered by classical lectures by the academic staffs as well as guest lectures from various industry, e.g. manufacturing, energy, process, aerospace.
MS2100 Introduction to Mechanical Engineering
Code MS2100
Name Introduction to Mechanical Engineering
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Credit 2
Syllabus Introduction to mechanical, production engineering and energy field that will be studied as the part of mechanical engineering curricullum and it will be taught as popular lecture in order to give initial knowledge and to motivate students. The material will be divided as 3 main sub topics, i.e.: mechanical and mechanical design, manufacturing and production engineering, energy and its utilization. The lecture will be presented in audio and visual, oral presentation and structured tasks. Paralel with the lecture in the class, there is a programming class as a practicum, in order to improve and preserve the programming skill of students.
MS2101 Mechanical Drawing
Code MS2101
Name Mechanical Drawing
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Credit 2
Syllabus This course is an extension of Engineering Drawing. In this course, the following aspects of mechanical drawing are discussed: mechanical element drawing simplification, Assembly drawing, Detail drawing, Fit and tolerance, Dimensioning and Geometric tolerance, Machining symbol and roughness of surface, Welding symbol, Solid 3D modelling, and 2D technical drawing according to ISO standard. In this course, the students are also trained in a CAD laboratory assignment through Problem Based Learning (PBL), by re-drawing an actual mechanical components, starting with dismantling, sketching, solid 3D modelling, and 2D technical drawing according to ISO standard. After taking this course, the students are expexted to have an understanding anf able to demonstrate their ability in producing both solid 3D model and 2D technical drawings according to ISO standard.
MS2102 Introduction to Engineering Analysis
Code MS2102
Name Introduction to Engineering Analysis
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Credit 3
Syllabus The course will cover the basics of mathematical techniques in Mechanical Engineering application. After completing the course, the student should obtain the basic understanding and skill to solve the engineering problems using mathematics, especially in relation with vector space, matrix, the application of integral and differential, complex number, ordinary differential equations, differential equation system, the application of Laplace transforms, Fourier series and transform, and the introduction to partial differential equations.
MS2110 Mechanics and Strength of Materials
Code MS2110
Name Mechanics and Strength of Materials
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Credit 3
Syllabus This course gives basic knowledge and skill to calculate stresses due to loads. It covers stress-strain concept; tensile test phenomenon; deformation and stress due to axial loading; stress and angle of twist due to torsion; stresses due to bending moment; stresses due to shear force; statically indeterminate structures; stresses due to combined loadings; stress transformation (using Mohr’s circle); deflection of the beam; and buckling phenomenon.
MS2111 Kinematics and Dynamics of Machinery
Code MS2111
Name Kinematics and Dynamics of Machinery
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Credit 4
Syllabus Introduction to kinematics and mechanism. Kinematics degree of freedom, kinematics diagram, instantaneous pole velocity, Kennedy theorem, transmission ratio, graphical method of velocity analysis (velocity polygon), graphical method of acceleration analysis, complex numbers method. The dynamics of machinery discusses forces in mechanisms, includes static force analysis (free body diagram method, transmission ratio and translation radius method), dynamic forces, kinetostatics, unbalance, balancing of rotating machineries, balancing of reciprocating machineries, and application of gyroscope and flywheel.
MS2120 Basic of Engineering Thermodynamics
Code MS2120
Name Basic of Engineering Thermodynamics
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Credit 3
Syllabus This course deals with basic concepts of thermodynamics and their applications in the analysis of simple thermodynamic systems. The class covers the following topics: unit system, definition and basic concepts of thermodynamics, energy and the first law, properties of simple compressible pure substance, ideal gas, incompressible substance, energy analysis of mass and control volume, entropy and the second law, and their application on general mechanical engineering simple thermodynamic systems. After taking this class students are expected to be competent in applying thermodynamics in modeling and analyzing simple thermodynamic systems.
MS2140 Engineering Materials
Code MS2140
Name Engineering Materials
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Credit 2
Syllabus The role of engineering materials in mechanical engineering, classification of materials, the main different between metal, polymer, and ceramics. Material properties : physical, chemical, mechanical, and technology (weldability, formability, castability). Mechanical testing method and testing standards : tension, hardness, impact, creep. Chemical analysis method. Measurement of themal conductivity. Crustallography structure of metals. Introduction to binary phase diagram : interpretation, phases, equilibrium reactions (peritectic, eutectic, peritectoid, eutectoid). Introduction to strengthening mechanisms in metals : alloying, strain hardening, precipitation hardening, dispersion hardening, martensite strengthening. Metallic materials, properties and international standards : plain carbon steel, alloy steel, cast iron, stainless steels, aluminum alloys, copper alloys, nickel alloys. Ceramics materials propertiesand applications : clay, porcelain, cements, abrasive ceramic, refractory ceramics, tempered glass. Polymeric materials and properties and applications : thermoplastic, thermosetting, elastomer. Thermoplastic materials properties and applications : PVC, flexyglass (PMMA), Nylon.Thermosetting material properties and applications : epoxy resin, amino resin. Elastomer material properties and applications : natural rubber, synthetic rubber. Polymer composite materials : fiber materials, matrix material. Introduction to corrosion : corrosion principle,example of corrosion : uniform corrosion, galvanic corrosion, CO2 gas corrosion, stress corrosion cracking, microbial corrosion.
MS3100 Engineering Measurement
Code MS3100
Name Engineering Measurement
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Credit 2
Syllabus This course deals with measurement techniques ranging from the basic principles, sensors, up until data acquisition. Coverage includes definition/terminologies, calibration, standars, static and dynamic signal analysis, data representation in the frequency domain, sampling theorem and aliasing, digital data acquisition, dynamic response of instruments, step response of first and second order systems, statistical analysis, measurement of temperature, strain, flow, pressure, velocity, and displacement.
MS3110 Basic of Mechanical Vibration
Code MS3110
Name Basic of Mechanical Vibration
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Credit 2
Syllabus This course lays the foundation in mechanical vibration by discussing the theory and some relevant engineering applications. The coverage includes classification of vibration, single degree of freedom (d.o.f.) undamped free vibration, damped vibration, single d.o.f. forced vibration, resonance, vibration sensors, and two d.o.f vibration systems.
MS3111 Mechanical Engineering Design
Code MS3111
Name Mechanical Engineering Design
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Credit 3
Syllabus As a continuation of MS 2210 Basic Design of Mechanical Elements, this course introduce the classification, application and further discusses some other mechanical elements with regard to selection and sizing. The coverage includes gears (gear system, gear geometry, spur gear, helical gear, bevel gear, and worm gears), brakes (disc and drum), friction clutches; Flexible transmission (chain and belt). Design procedure based on an international standard, such as American Gear Manufacturer’s Association (AGMA), is also introduced through design practise
MS3120 Basic Heat Transfer
Code MS3120
Name Basic Heat Transfer
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Credit 3
Syllabus This course provides the fundamentals of heat transfer and its application to simple heat transfer systems. The material covered includes: heat transfer analysis methodology, thermal material properties, conduction, single-phase convection, radiation and heat exchangers. The basics of conduction discussed include steady-state one-dimensional conduction, conduction with heat generation, heat transfer on fins, two-dimensional conduction, and transient conduction. Basics of convection include boundary layers, laminar and turbulent flows, similarity, Reynolds analogy, convection equations for simple geometries for forced and free convections. The basics of radiation discussed include the processes and properties of radiation, as well as the radiation exchange between various surfaces for black body. After taking this course, students are expected to be able to understand various modes of heat transfer and be able to carry out simple heat transfer analysis.
MS3121 Fluid Mechanics
Code MS3121
Name Fluid Mechanics
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Credit 2
Syllabus This course deals with a more advanced topics in fluid mechanics and its applications as continuation of Basic Fluid Mechanics. The course covers: boundary layer theory, potential flow, compressible flow analysis (covering ideal gas, Mach number, isentropic and non-isentropic flow, and shock wave), and turbo machineries. After taking this course students are competent in applying engineering fluid mechanics in soving various real/viscous and/or compressible fluid flow problems for engineering applications.
MS3130 Manufacturing Process
Code MS3130
Name Manufacturing Process
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Credit 4
Syllabus This course learns about various manufacturing processes and forms basic skills in the operation of standard machine tools and manufacturing processes. Included in this course: introduction to manufacturing, metal processing, casting and related processes, metal forming and sheet metal working, conventional and non-conventional machining. In addition, students have to perform laboratory assignments in which they would operate standard machines such as lathe, planning, milling, grinding, and learn how to use electric resistance welding equipment, arc (SMAW) welding equipment, and sand casting.
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.
MS4102 Mechanical Maintenance
Code MS4102
Name Mechanical Maintenance
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Credit 3
Syllabus This compulsory course forms basic understanding of maintenance engineering. Coverage includes, among others, classification of maintenance, maintenance management and organization, Weibull diagram (bath-tub curve), repair complexity and critical path method, inventory, total productive maintenance, reliability centered maintenance, new paradigms in maintenance, vibration based predictive maintenance, and diagnostic tools.
MS4103 Mechatronics
Code MS4103
Name Mechatronics
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Credit 2
Syllabus This course will discuss programming method in mechatronic system that includes: • IC • Relay • PLC • Microcontroler Additionally, this course will also discuss about sensor as follows: • Position sensori: limit switch, inductive, capacitive, optic, LVDT • Velocity sensor: hall sensor, encoder • Acceleration sensor: akselerometer Actuator: • Electric motors: 3phase motor, DC Motor, Step motor • Hydraulic and pneumatic
MS4120 Mechanical Installation System
Code MS4120
Name Mechanical Installation System
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Credit 3
Syllabus Industry always have a main facility related to the product and the supporting facility to . Mechanical installation is one of the facility which always available in all industry, either as main or supporting facility. Mechancial Installation System course compile some of Mechanical Engineering knowledge such as Thermodynamics, Fluid Mechanics, Heat Transfer, Machine Element, and Energy COnversion System. Tho course main objective is to apply the knowledge as basic to deseign the mechanical installation in an industry. Mechanical installation included in the course consist of: piping system, compressed air installation, heating ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC), fire protection system, and material transportation system.
MT4001 Experimental Design
Code MT4001
Name Experimental Design
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Credit 3
Syllabus Basic introduction on experimental design and it’s objectives; Basic statistics : probability, parameters, statistics, external reference distribution, normal distribution, t-distribution, randomization, blocking; Comparing two entities : Significance test, confidence interval; Comparing more than two entities : anova, diagnostic checking, randomized blocks, latin square, graeco-latin square, hyper-graeco-latin square; Factorial Design at two level : Class project
MT4004 Aspects of Sustainability in Materials Technology
Code MT4004
Name Aspects of Sustainability in Materials Technology
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Credit 2
Syllabus Thermodynamic and transport properties of aqueous and nonaqueous electrolytes, electrode/electrolyte interface, kinetics of electrode processes; Electrochemical characterization: d.c. techniques (controlled potential, controlled current) and a.c. techniques (voltametry and impedance spectroscopy); Applications: electrowinning, electrorefining, electroplating, and electrosynthesis, electrochemical power sources (batteries and fuel cells).
PK5104 The Dynamics of Tourism Development
Code PK5104
Name The Dynamics of Tourism Development
Degree Master
Faculty School of Architecture, Planning, and Policy Development
Credit 2
Syllabus The subject of the Dynamics of Tourism Development is an elective course with a lecture scheme in the form of material presentation, scientific literature review, practice and weight. The lecture material is the trend of global tourism development and Indonesianness. Topic-tropics related to planning, policies, applications etc. are currently developing. Participants in this course are Post-graduate program students in the Tourism Planning Masters Study Program, SAPPK, ITB. The implementation of this lecture is intended to be a vehicle for learning and understanding the dynamics of the development of the tourism industry on a macro and micro scale.
PK6002 Pro-poor Tourism
Code PK6002
Name Pro-poor Tourism
Degree Master
Faculty School of Architecture, Planning, and Policy Development
Credit 2
Syllabus This lecture gives a briefing to the students understanding of the linkages between tourism and poverty alleviation. Begins with understanding the concept of PPT, explore the tourism development strategy that is more oriented to poverty reduction in the theoretical sphere up with examples of its application. Lectures will contain the following material: - How can poverty be studied as an academic discourse - Tourism and poverty - Methods of evaluation for the development of tourism to alleviate poverty - A variety of benchmarks that can be used for the role of tourism in poverty alleviation - Strategy and the principles of tourism development for poverty alleviation - Tourism and informal sector - Ecotourism and eco-enterprise relation to poverty alleviation - Tourism in rural areas and poverty alleviation - Best and bad practices in the operation of the development of tourism to alleviate poverty
PK6103 Tourism Destination Marketing
Code PK6103
Name Tourism Destination Marketing
Degree Master
Faculty School of Architecture, Planning, and Policy Development
Credit 2
Syllabus This lecture explains the meaning of tourism destinations, and the characteristics of its components, as well as the concepts, the fundamentals and the stages in the marketing planning of tourism destinations as a whole. Analysis of the situation described to determine the competitive advantage of a destination including an understanding of the characteristics of market segments separately and then formulate positioning target tourism market and tourism destinations. Mix strategy which consist of product strategy, distribution strategy, pricing strategy and promotional strategy will be described in order to understand more fully the steps in the marketing of tourism destinations.
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.
PL3002 Special Topics in Planning I
Code PL3002
Name Special Topics in Planning I
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 Department of Regional and City 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.
PL3011 Land Development
Code PL3011
Name Land Development
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Architecture, Planning, and Policy Development
Credit 2
Syllabus This course tries to give well understanding about activity in spatial planning implementation, especially in terms of land utilization, including theories and mechanism of land development process, nevertheless current issues and related stakeholders. This course is a further knowledge from land use plan which basically is a planning tool in the spatial planning process. So, this course is the continuation and cannot be separated from land use planning course.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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
PL5101 Planning Analytical Methods
Code PL5101
Name Planning Analytical Methods
Degree Master
Faculty School of Architecture, Planning, and Policy Development
Credit 2
Syllabus To study Quantitative Analytical Method in planning through a review of statistical analysis method, demographic analytical method, transportation analytical method, optimation, and decision analytical method; to study qualitative analytical method in planning through the method of collecting, analyzing, and qualitative data analysis, and the method to maintain the validity and reliability of the qualitative analysis.
PL5101 Planning Analytical Methods
Code PL5101
Name Planning Analytical Methods
Degree Master
Faculty School of Architecture, Planning, and Policy Development
Credit 2
Syllabus To study Quantitative Analytical Method in planning through a review of statistical analysis method, demographic analytical method, transportation analytical method, optimation, and decision analytical method; to study qualitative analytical method in planning through the method of collecting, analyzing, and qualitative data analysis, and the method to maintain the validity and reliability of the qualitative analysis.
PL5102 Environment and Resources
Code PL5102
Name Environment and Resources
Degree Master
Faculty School of Architecture, Planning, and Policy Development
Credit 3
Syllabus The syllabus contains five modules. The first module contains the introduction to the approach in which environmentalism is defined as biocentrism and anthropocentrism, and its derivatives. The concept of ecology in the environment that need to be considered is the climax, maturity, steady state and some concepts of entropy, energy and energy cycle. The second module consists of an understanding of the environment in planning and in the economy, as well as its interpretation in several major sectors such as agriculture, mining and energy, and in conservation. The third module delivered a new interpretation in which environmental issues are seen as inter country / global issues and urban issues. The fourth module emphasizes the notion of the environment and the needs of planning, that is oriented to the hierarchy and to the pro market. The fifth module is about the community and the environment, that is, when community groups involved in environmental issues and learn various orientations towards the issues.
PL5121 Regional Development
Code PL5121
Name Regional Development
Degree Master
Faculty School of Architecture, Planning, and Policy Development
Credit 2
Syllabus This basic course of regional planning discusses concepts, theory, and general issues in regional development. This course also discuss the process and product of regional planning in Indonesia. After finishing this course, students are except to understand the basic essence and concept of regional planning; understand the characteristic of a region; understand issues in regional development in Indonesia and process in developing a regional plan as required in Regional Planning Studio on the next semester.
PL5131 Infrastructure and Transportation System
Code PL5131
Name Infrastructure and Transportation System
Degree Master
Faculty School of Architecture, Planning, and Policy Development
Credit 2
Syllabus Elaborating characteristic of infrastructure, the linkage components in the infrastructure system, and the basic concepts of infrastructure planning: scope, context dan phase analysis. Survey methods and data analysis. Concepts and methods of infrastructure system performance analysis. Identify infrastructure problems. Formulation of objectives and goals. Alternative formulation of the planning scheme. Infrastructure planning policy analysis. Identification and quantification methods of the impact. Basic concept of infrastructure demand forecasting, planning alternative evaluation methods.
PL5151 Disaster Mitigation and Adaptation to Climate Change
Code PL5151
Name Disaster Mitigation and Adaptation to Climate Change
Degree Master
Faculty School of Architecture, Planning, and Policy Development
Credit 2
Syllabus This course provides an introduction and fundamental concepts, theories and practices related to disaster mitigation and climate change adaptation in urban and regional planning scholarship. Explanation of terms and use of the concept of hazard, vulnerability and risk. Further discussion of the concept of disaster management, understanding of mitigation, preparedness, risk reduction and climate change adaptation. In this lecture will also discuss the concept and types of hazards commonly experienced by Indonesia and other countries in Asia, both geological as earthquakes, tsunamis, volcanic eruptions and related or caused by climate change, such as floods, landslides and drought. The discussion will focus on vulnerabilities related to the physical, economic and social that contribute to the loss and damage caused by geological and hydro-meteorological. Lectures will also provide the basic concepts in the analysis of the risks posed by disasters and climate change. Furthermore, recent case studies on disasters in Indonesia and in other countries relevant to Indonesia will be given.
PL6005 Research Paper Writing
Code PL6005
Name Research Paper Writing
Degree Master
Faculty School of Architecture, Planning, and Policy Development
Credit 2
Syllabus Lecture material covers the nature, substance, process, techniques and issues in writing, presentation, and publishing scientific papers
PL6107 Advanced Planning Theory
Code PL6107
Name Advanced Planning Theory
Degree Master
Faculty School of Architecture, Planning, and Policy Development
Credit 2
Syllabus This course explains what it is planning in the introduction. Also explained why planning is needed and what to do with the public interest. The next discussions are about who are the planner and what are the possibilities of their role in the society. Then, the meaning of planning in social changes, such as in the social reform, social learning and social mobility, and its influence in policy analysis. Planning practices are reviewed from institutional and cultural perspectives. Discussion of the planning evaluation wil associated with rational and ethical approach. This course also discusses ethical issues for planners in performing their duties
PL6107 Advanced Planning Theory
Code PL6107
Name Advanced Planning Theory
Degree Master
Faculty School of Architecture, Planning, and Policy Development
Credit 2
Syllabus This course explains what it is planning in the introduction. Also explained why planning is needed and what to do with the public interest. The next discussions are about who are the planner and what are the possibilities of their role in the society. Then, the meaning of planning in social changes, such as in the social reform, social learning and social mobility, and its influence in policy analysis. Planning practices are reviewed from institutional and cultural perspectives. Discussion of the planning evaluation wil associated with rational and ethical approach. This course also discusses ethical issues for planners in performing their duties
PP4105 Post-Harvest Handling System Horticultural Products
Code PP4105
Name Post-Harvest Handling System Horticultural Products
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Life Sciences and Technology
Credit 3
Syllabus This course studying the system of post-harvest handling of horticultural products include factors that affect the quality of the start of agronomy, harvest, postharvest, packaging, transportation to retailing. In the post-harvest process will be discussed temperature control technology, mechanical damage, pests and diseases. Operational wards packing (packing houses) and operational good handling practices
PP4107 Drying and Preserving Technology Forest Products
Code PP4107
Name Drying and Preserving Technology Forest Products
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Life Sciences and Technology
Credit 2
Syllabus This course study the improvement of product quality through drying and curing processes for timber and non-timber products. Some things learned are: Introduction: definition, scope, benefits, objectives, and basic concepts of drying and preservation of forest products; The properties associated with the wood drying techniques; The principle of drying of forest products; Drying method; Defects due to drying; Deterioration by biological factors; The properties related to the wood preservation techniques; Preservatives; Preservation method is simple; Preservation methods vacuum press; Special preservation methods: rattan and bamboo and Evaluation of the quality of preservation.
PP4108 Post-Harvest Processing Timber Forest Products
Code PP4108
Name Post-Harvest Processing Timber Forest Products
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Life Sciences and Technology
Credit 2
Syllabus This course examines the processing of wood both solid wood and composite wood as well as various problems. Some of the material presented is; Definition, Scope and Basic Concepts of Timber Forest Product Processing; Sawmill; Woodworking; Wood gluing technology; Laminated wood; Plywood and Laminated Veneer Lumber (LVL); Particle board;
PP4109 Post-Harvest Handling System Products Plantation Crops
Code PP4109
Name Post-Harvest Handling System Products Plantation Crops
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Life Sciences and Technology
Credit 3
Syllabus This courses discusses about postharvest physiology of agricultural product: plantation, livestock,; basic of posharvest handling that include definition and scope postharvest handling; harvested technique; posharvest handling technique that include physicochemical characteristic of product and postharvest handling system that include machine equipment; postharvest pest and disease control; principal of food preservative and processing; packaging, storage, and transportation; standardization and quality control of agricultural product.
PP4110 Production and Processing of Seaweed
Code PP4110
Name Production and Processing of Seaweed
Degree Bachelor
Faculty School of Life Sciences and Technology
Credit 2
Syllabus This course covers several aspects related with cultivation and product processing in aquaculture industry especially for seaweed. The main topics include production and optimization techniques for seaweed in many cultivation methods; harvesting and distribution techniques and solving problem related to it, explanation of standard quality for seaweed product; processing and packaging techniques for seaweed product; also storage technique for seaweed product.
RK6112 Urban Design Control
Code RK6112
Name Urban Design Control
Degree Master
Faculty School of Architecture, Planning, and Policy Development
Credit 2
Syllabus This course provides approaches as well as technical, legal and administrative procedures to prepare control instruments in urban development (development control) in general, and urban design (design control) in particular, with references to Indonesian and other countries’ cases. The course covers administrative, legal and technical context of urban development and design control; urban development control; urban design control; techniques to prepare urban design control; and consideration in theimplementation of technical and administrative procedures of development and design control instruments. The course material may be used to accompany urban design plan produced in Urban Conservation and Urban Design Studio III.
RK6113 Special Thopics II
Code RK6113
Name Special Thopics II
Degree Master
Faculty School of Architecture, Planning, and Policy Development
Credit 2
Syllabus This course discusses the phenomenon of urbanism from an architectural perspective. This lecture provides an overview of the architecture of the city, the basic theories about a city (urban place) from the perspective of social construction, and various cases of urbanism and architecture's role in it.
SA5032 Hydraulics and Sediment Transport
Code SA5032
Name Hydraulics and Sediment Transport
Degree Master
Faculty Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Credit 3
Syllabus •The basic principle of the flow in the closed and open channels, the energy and water jumps, lasting behavior in open channel flow that is both uniform and non-uniform, the flow changed gradually, abruptly changing the flow, the flow through the spillway sill and •Parameter planning of buildings, especially buildings river hydraulics •Basic principles of sediment and sediment transport and its influence on the shape of the riverbed and its equilibrium •The basic concept of hydraulic modeling, especially in the flow behavior in the river
SA5033 Advanced Hydrology
Code SA5033
Name Advanced Hydrology
Degree Master
Faculty Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Credit 3
Syllabus Hydrologic cycle, water balance, evapotranspiration, infiltration (Horton, Green and Ampt method), rainfall analysis, statistical applications hydrology, rainfall runoff, hydrograph, dependable flow (NRECA), river and reservoir routing, and steady groundwater dewatering, land erosion, USLE /MUSLE model, meteorological and hydrological drought, weather modification.
SA6021 System Analysis and Decision Making
Code SA6021
Name System Analysis and Decision Making
Degree Master
Faculty Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Credit 3
Syllabus •Simulation & optimization principles, application of Linear Programming & Non- Linear Programming (LP & NLP) for water resources development, water allocation, budget allocation strategy, reservoir allocation, etc. •Structured decision process, partly- and un-structured decision process, economic based feasibility of project, MCDA (Multi Criterion Decision Analysis), DSS (Decision Support System), SISDA information system, PAI. •Conflict management on water resources, trade-off analysis.
SI2101 Introduction to Civil Engineering Materials
Code SI2101
Name Introduction to Civil Engineering Materials
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Credit 3
Syllabus This lecture provides an introduction to various types of civil construction materials, such as concrete, steel and wood. Properties of concrete raw materials; the nature of fresh concrete and hard concrete: slump, workability, setting, shrinkage, creep, compressive strength, flexural strength, tensile strength; mix design, concrete treatment. The process of steel structure manufacturing, steel mechanical behavior, steel quality, ductility, hardness, fracture, fatigue, residual stress, corrosion, standardization of steel products, and mechanical testing of steel materials. The behavior of wood materials and other building material is also discussed, such as material for pavement.
SI2103 Engineering Mathematics
Code SI2103
Name Engineering Mathematics
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Credit 3
Syllabus This course gives understanding to the students about the basics of elementary linear algebra, vector calculus, multivariable calculus, ordinary differential equations, and partial differential equations with Fourier series solution. The orientation of this course is on the efficiency of mathematical methods that are supported by the concepts and reasoning in formulating and solving problems of civil engineering and other practical problems. The first part of this course consists of systems of linear equations, matrices, determinants, vectors, multivariable calculus, double and triple integrals. The second part consists of first and second order ordinary differential equations, numerical method solution of first order ordinary differential equations, description of periodic functions of Fourier series, Fourier series and their usage for solving partial differential equation.
SI2131 Fluid Mechanics and Hidraulics
Code SI2131
Name Fluid Mechanics and Hidraulics
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Credit 3
Syllabus Fluid properties, fluid statics, the analysis of flow in closed channels (pipes), uniform flow, gradually varied flow and rapidly varied flow, calculating the dimensions of the channel.
SI2141 Introduction to Transportation Engineering
Code SI2141
Name Introduction to Transportation Engineering
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Credit 3
Syllabus Transportation and activity system, transportation system evolution, modal characteristics and operation, transportation technology, transportation networks, transportation planning, traffic safety, environmental impacts, speed-flow-density relationship, traffic management, highway capacity, intersection capacity, assigment and field survey.
SI3111 Structural Analysis I
Code SI3111
Name Structural Analysis I
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Credit 3
Syllabus This course offers comprehension and ability in structural deformation analysis and calculation of support reactions as well as internal forces for statically indeterminate structures, limited to structures with bar elements (trusses, beams, frames). Methods for analysis focus on classical methods suitable for application without computer programs.
SI3112 Concrete Structures
Code SI3112
Name Concrete Structures
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Credit 3
Syllabus -
SI3141 Geometric and Design of Highway
Code SI3141
Name Geometric and Design of Highway
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Credit 2
Syllabus Geometric design course includes the selection of routes, geometric design, and road drainage and road furniture. Geometric design of roads covering the elements of geometric and influential factors in the design. Design of geometric elements include horizontal alignment, vertical alignment, and cross section of the road, calculation of road work (cut and fill) and application of Indonesia standards as well as the consideration of safety on the roads and the environment. Factors that affect the design include sight distance, design vehicle, weather conditions and driver behavior. Road drainage includes runoff and debit calculation, side ditch open channel design. Road furniture generally include traffic signs, markings and other street fixtures like fences, noise.
SI4001 Civil Engineering Independent Study
Code SI4001
Name Civil Engineering Independent Study
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Credit 2
Syllabus ...
SI4112 Advanced Concrete Structures
Code SI4112
Name Advanced Concrete Structures
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Credit 3
Syllabus -
SI4142 Pavement Structure and Material Engineering
Code SI4142
Name Pavement Structure and Material Engineering
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Credit 3
Syllabus This course gives an illustration about pavement material alternatives followed by development of material characteristic definition and its tests type. This definition becomes basis to get pavement type alternatives at optimum condition.
SI4151 Engineering Economics
Code SI4151
Name Engineering Economics
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Credit 3
Syllabus -
SI5231 Numerical Methods dan Finite Element
Code SI5231
Name Numerical Methods dan Finite Element
Degree Master
Faculty Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Credit 3
Syllabus -
SK5001 Advanced Numerical Analysis
Code SK5001
Name Advanced Numerical Analysis
Degree Master
Faculty Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences
Credit 3
Syllabus This course includes numerical methods for systems of linear and non-linear equations, numerical optimization, ordinary and partial diferential equations. The students will study direct method for solving systems of linear equations, iterative method for systems of linear equations, eigen values approximation, and systems of non-linear equations. Numerical optimization for single or multi variables without constrains and non-linear least square. The last topic is numerical methods for ordinary and partial differential equation which include initial and boundary values problems for ordinary differential equation, finite difference method for linear and non-linear differential equation, and introduction to finite element method.
SK5002 Algorithm and Software Design
Code SK5002
Name Algorithm and Software Design
Degree Master
Faculty Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences
Credit 2
Syllabus Introduction : scope of courses,topic description, introduction to algorithm, Programming Algorithm: develop a program way of thinking, program performance, fundamental of algorithm, symbolic, function and parsing parameter, recursive algorithm, Optimization algorithm : Bellman algorithm, short algorithm, efficiency, Djisktra algorithm and its application, Genetic algorithm nad its application, Program Design : classical, water fallm quick programming, prototyping, system definition, data flow, context diagram, DFD, ERD, data base concept, Object oriented design: Unified Model Language, actors, use-case diagram, activation diagram, break down problem, interaction diagram, class diagram, swim lane, collaboration diagram, case study.
SK5003 Programming in Science
Code SK5003
Name Programming in Science
Degree Master
Faculty Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences
Credit 2
Syllabus This course is designed to provide a basic understanding of programming languages to students, especially students who have no programming basics. The programming language that will be used in this lecture is Python. In addition, this lecture will also apply the Python programming language to model a system in solving problems in the field of science.
SK5004 Network and Parallel Data Processing
Code SK5004
Name Network and Parallel Data Processing
Degree Master
Faculty Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences
Credit 2
Syllabus In this course basic understanding of parallel processing application and parallel system development is introduced. In addition architecture integration, algorithm, and parallel programming language will be introduced to figure out design and implementation of parallel processing/application. The discussed topics include parallel computation and machine, problems which potential for parallel computation, distributed memory, synchronization and data sharing, and parallel processor performance. Some real problem from various science and engineering fields which need parallel computation will also be discussed.
SP5106 Public Finance
Code SP5106
Name Public Finance
Degree Master
Faculty School of Architecture, Planning, and Policy Development
Credit 2
Syllabus The main objective of this course is to enable students to design an efficient and valid public sector financing scheme. To achieve that, students should first understand the discourse and rationale behind public financing and how to assess and achieve efficiency and optimum performance. Then, students should also comprehend the instruments for public finance and its legal frameworks. Comprehension on those topics are then applied in case studies of public financing evaluation and design.
SP6007 Project Management for Development
Code SP6007
Name Project Management for Development
Degree Master
Faculty School of Architecture, Planning, and Policy Development
Credit 2
Syllabus This course gives an insight into the characteristics of the production process, technology and procurement in the construction industry as well as the behavior of the construction industry in developing countries. The behavior of the construction industry and highly differentiated consequences diversity patterns of procurement and financing. Furthermore, students are invited to know the behavior of the response of housing demand and supply is the industry\'s behavior in response to demand and its impact on the economy.
SR5001 Methodology Of Art Research II
Code SR5001
Name Methodology Of Art Research II
Degree Master
Faculty Faculty of Art and Design
Credit 3
Syllabus This course will deepen the knowledge to the students about the process of research in the field of visual arts. Purpose classes to provide insight to students about research planning, execution, and analysis processes in research. Lectures focus on students' ability in understanding the use of various scientific approaches in the study of visual arts (interdisciplinary).
SR5003 Art project Proposal II
Code SR5003
Name Art project Proposal II
Degree Master
Faculty Faculty of Art and Design
Credit 2
Syllabus Art Project Proposal Writing II contains lectures that emphasize student discussion about the intentions of the art making as well as project work plan that ends with a academic proposal writing, proposals must reflect, background, identification of issues, ideas, concepts, theories and approaches the reference artists and vision presentation and bibliography.
SR5101 Aesthetics III
Code SR5101
Name Aesthetics III
Degree Master
Faculty Faculty of Art and Design
Credit 3
Syllabus A comprehensive study on the meaning and definition of art, from philosophy of aesthetics until empirical aesthetics also discusses an actual themes of aesthetics in classical, modern and contemporary periods.
SR5102 Science Art History I
Code SR5102
Name Science Art History I
Degree Master
Faculty Faculty of Art and Design
Credit 2
Syllabus Provides an understanding of art history. Determining factors in the study of art history. Intrinsic and extrinsic approaches in art history. Scholarly tradition in art history. And its relation to the history of Indonesian modern art.
SR5103 Curatorial Studies II
Code SR5103
Name Curatorial Studies II
Degree Master
Faculty Faculty of Art and Design
Credit 2
Syllabus Students are expected to understand the concepts and practice of fundamental theoretical repertoire kekuratoran institutional and independent art, history and developments in Indonesia and internationally. As an area studies, curatorial studies allows students to see the development of art history through the practice of mediation as well as the reception of works of art, particularly through the various contexts of exhibition.
SR5104 Art. Critics III
Code SR5104
Name Art. Critics III
Degree Master
Faculty Faculty of Art and Design
Credit 2
Syllabus A study of art criticism in Indonesian art scene and the world, The methodology of art criticism; Description, Formal Analysis, Interpretation, Evaluation (Judgement) and learn major aesthetics theories. Furthermore, every students practice writing art criticism in varieties medium of conventional and non-conventional works (Video, Performance, Installation, etc.)
SR5105 Semiotics II
Code SR5105
Name Semiotics II
Degree Master
Faculty Faculty of Art and Design
Credit 2
Syllabus Semiotics is the study of signs. A signs is defined as anything that can stand for or represent something. Semiotics is fundamental to the processes of communication and the production of meaning. This course provides semiotic theories and practices useful for critical thinking. Students will develop an understanding of semiotics and its application to the analysis of communication and meaning
SR5106 Contemporary Art.
Code SR5106
Name Contemporary Art.
Degree Master
Faculty Faculty of Art and Design
Credit 2
Syllabus Students understand the contemporary art in relation to modern art, postmodern and contemporary phenomena involving cutting-edge art and a global system of production and consumption of contemporary art (Biennale, the Triennial and the art market).
SR6002 Research Of Art. II
Code SR6002
Name Research Of Art. II
Degree Master
Faculty Faculty of Art and Design
Credit 3
Syllabus Research comprehension into a variety techniques of data collection to study art by explaining the advantage and disadvantage values of each technique. Providing basic theory of data processing and writing techniques to expalain data in accordance with scientific principles and to offer practical guidlines for conducting research analysis of writing project or thesis.
SR6003 Art Management III
Code SR6003
Name Art Management III
Degree Master
Faculty Faculty of Art and Design
Credit 3
Syllabus Students are expected to be able to practice and apply concepts in art and cultural management, especially in relation to the profesional management of financial and organizational resources in visual art, both in private business and gevernment policy sectors . This course will also be directed to students' direct engagement in different models of management in different type of art exhibitions and spaces (art fair, biennale, museums, galleries, art space, and artist initiative).
SR6101 Visual Language
Code SR6101
Name Visual Language
Degree Master
Faculty Faculty of Art and Design
Credit 2
Syllabus This course provides a conceptual and theoretical understanding of the various aspects of; mapping the tradition visual language, language concepts, elements, principles, form, structure, category codes, and trends. The basic concepts of visual language that are relevant to the field of art and design from the aspect of the concept, theory and methodology. The emphasis lecture is on the development of the phenomenon of cutting-edge visual language, includes the phenomena of imagery, imagery, unconsciousness, narrative visual, visualization, representation, virtual reality, perception, media, ideology, subjectivity, case studies and simulations.
SR6103 Sociology Of Art II
Code SR6103
Name Sociology Of Art II
Degree Master
Faculty Faculty of Art and Design
Credit 2
Syllabus This course contains sociology of art studies and research analysis that explains the parameter of art works, artists and art world from the point of view of social issues, appreciation, art infrastructure, social and capital flows, paradigm shift of art value system in the modern-postmodern society. Student could deepen studies of various art practices such as critical phenomena in the context of globalism.
SR6104 Psychology of Art II
Code SR6104
Name Psychology of Art II
Degree Master
Faculty Faculty of Art and Design
Credit 2
Syllabus This course will take an interdisciplinary approach and explore what draws us to the aesthetics of visual arts. It will expose students to a number of psychological theories both current and historical across multiple domains. These interpretations will include readings from psychoanalysis, personality development, and social psychology. Students will also be provided with the theories of art appreciation, as well as the basics of art therapy practices, both individually and in groups.
TA5103 Ore mineral genesis
Code TA5103
Name Ore mineral genesis
Degree Master
Faculty Faculty of Mining and Petroleum Engineering
Credit 2
Syllabus The course mainly discussion about genetic process of ore mineral deposit including physical and chemical properties of ore bearing fluids, concentration process, control of deposition, geologic control (petrology, stratigraphy and structure of geology). Also, discussion about occurrences of ore deposit on the earth including geometry and morphology of ore body, grade distribution, and characteristics of physical, chemical and mineralogy. The commodities will focused to ore deposits which occur in Indonesia.
TK4030 Industrial Electrochemical Technology
Code TK4030
Name Industrial Electrochemical Technology
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Industrial Technology
Credit 3
Syllabus Fundamentals : Conventions, Terminology, Fundamental Equations, Factors affecting rates, Mass Transfer, electrochemical Cells. Thermodynamics : Potential - free energy, Temperature and pressure effects, Equilibrium Constant, Nernst equation, Pourbaix diagram. Kinetics : Electrical Double Layer, Polarization, Butler - Volmer equation. Ionic Mass Transfer : Mass transfer laws, Concentration Overpotential, Limiting Current. Electrochemical Measurements : Tafel, Linear Polarization, Cyclic Voltammetry, Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy. Electrochemical engineering : Electrochemical Processes, Current efficiency, space time yield, energy yield and consumption, Cell design. Electrochemical Process Industries : Water electrolysis for Hydrogen production, Hypochlorite production from seawater, Heavy metals recovery from waste water.
TK4034 Petroleum Refining Processes
Code TK4034
Name Petroleum Refining Processes
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Industrial Technology
Credit 3
Syllabus This course dealing with important factors in petroleum. Topicscover ; Petroleum: hydrocarbon and non-hydrocarbon compositions, classification and types of petroleum; petroleum-derived products for fuel, petrochemical feedstock, etc.; primary refinery processes: atmospheric and vacuum distillation; The Secondary refinery processes: thermal, catalytic, and hydrocracking, catalytic reforming and hydroreforming, hydrogenation, isomerization, alklylation, polymerisation; lubricating oil technology; final treatment technologies.
TK4037 Environmental Biotechnology B
Code TK4037
Name Environmental Biotechnology B
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Industrial Technology
Credit 3
Syllabus This course dealing with biological waste treatment technology. Topics cover: Introduction; characterization of wastewater; fundamentals of biological processes; aerobic wastewater treatment: i.e. activated sludge; biofilters; nitrogen wastewater treatment via nitrification and denitrification; biological phosphorus removal; anaerobic wastewater treatment; soil bioremediation and biological air pollution controls.
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.
TK4054 Water Treatment and Conservation Technology
Code TK4054
Name Water Treatment and Conservation Technology
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Industrial Technology
Credit 3
Syllabus 1. Water phenomena (trait, quality standard, scarcity, and water pollution) 2. WWTP and the development (state of the art, latest & emerging technology) 3. Membrane in water treatment 4. Water industry (pure water, bottled water, home purifier, refill water, water-derived product, health issue regarding water)
TK5010 Industrial Electrochemistry
Code TK5010
Name Industrial Electrochemistry
Degree Master
Faculty Faculty of Industrial Technology
Credit 3
Syllabus Fundamentals : Conventions, Terminology, Fundamental Equations, Factors affecting rates, Mass Transfer, electrochemical Cells. Thermodynamics : Potential - free energy, Temperature and pressure effects, Equilibrium Constant, Nernst equation, Pourbaix diagram. Kinetics : Electrical Double Layer, Polarization, Butler - Volmer equation. Ionic Mass Transfer : Mass transfer laws, Concentration Overpotential, Limiting Current. Electrochemical Measurements : Tafel, Linear Polarization, Cyclic Voltammetry, Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy. Electrochemical engineering : Electrochemical Processes, Current efficiency, space time yield, energy yield and consumption, Cell design. Electrochemical Process Industries : Water electrolysis for Hydrogen production, Hypochlorite production from seawater, Heavy metals recovery from waste water.
TK5042 Water ProcessingTechnology
Code TK5042
Name Water ProcessingTechnology
Degree Master
Faculty Faculty of Industrial Technology
Credit 3
Syllabus 1. Water phenomena (trait, quality standard, scarcity, and water pollution) 2. WWTP and the development (state of the art, latest & emerging technology) 3. Membrane in water treatment 4. Water industry (pure water, bottled water, home purifier, refill water, water-derived product, health issue regarding water)
TK5043 Selected Topics on Waste Processing
Code TK5043
Name Selected Topics on Waste Processing
Degree Master
Faculty Faculty of Industrial Technology
Credit 3
Syllabus Contemporary issues in waste management & processing; selected topics on waste processing technology, in accordance to recent technological developments.
TK5060 Vegetable Fat and Oil Processing Technology
Code TK5060
Name Vegetable Fat and Oil Processing Technology
Degree Master
Faculty Faculty of Industrial Technology
Credit 3
Syllabus Fat and oil industri in international and Indonesia, triglycerides systematic naming, chemistry of vegetable oil, physical and chemical paramater measurement in vegetable oil, oil seeds and source crops, process production of palm oil,coconut oil, soybean oil, refinery of vegetable oil, fractionation methods, hydrogenation, margarine production, cacao fat production, interisterifiication, hidrolisis and alkohoholisis, fatty alcohol uses and production, down stream of oleochemical product, vegetable oil product design.
TK5064 Petroleum & Natural Gas Processing
Code TK5064
Name Petroleum & Natural Gas Processing
Degree Master
Faculty Faculty of Industrial Technology
Credit 3
Syllabus Petroleum processing technology. Primary and secondary processing. Separation and purification. Distillation, absorption and adsorption. Hydrotreating. Cracking. Isomerization. Natural gas processing technology Separation and refrigeration. Storage.
TL2101 Fluid Mechanics I
Code TL2101
Name Fluid Mechanics I
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Credit 3
Syllabus Definition and characteristics of fluid, the various of fluid that are related to Environmental Engineering. The concept of fluid flow under pressure, fluid properties, the law of conservation of mass and flow under pressure momentum, the concept of flow that can not be compressed and compressible flow through a pipe, the equaion of Bernaulli’s energy, hydrostatic pressure, laminar flow, turbulent flow, loss of pressure due to shear stress and dimension , branch of the streams, and pipelines, Hardy-Cross method, the impact of changes in water pressure and flow of energy in a closed channel system, flow measuring devices of close channels. And the examples of calculations in Environmental Engineering applications.
TL2102 Environmental Statistic
Code TL2102
Name Environmental Statistic
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Credit 2
Syllabus In this lecture will be given the knowledge of descriptive analysis: presentation of data, frequency distribution, the central value and dispersion, moments and Cartesian, sampling and sampling distribution. Probability: the elements of set theory, random variables, probability distributions, the distribution model empirically. Estimation and Hypothesis: ways to estimate, hypothesis testing, variance test, normality test, contingency table analysis. Regression and correlation: time-series analysis, the basic formula of linear regression, analysis of variance, the coefficient of determination. Demographic analysis: rate and ratio, mortality and morbidity.
TL2103 Engineering Mathematics
Code TL2103
Name Engineering Mathematics
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Credit 3
Syllabus Definition, aims and objectives and general description of Environmental Engineering Mathematics. A basic understanding of linear algebra, matrix algebra, linear transformations, systems of applying linear equations, differential equations, applying impact analysis.And calculations in the Environmental Engineering operation.
TL2104 Environmental Chemistry
Code TL2104
Name Environmental Chemistry
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Credit 3
Syllabus The background of themodynamics, basic principal of environmental chemistry such as chemical reaction, oxidation-reduction, hidrolysis, photolysis, gas’ laws. Chemical-Physics of thermodynamicsal basic, basic of chemical kinetics. Chemical equilibrium such as acid-base reaction, forming the complex compound, solubility of salts, acidity and alkalinity, equilibrium of carbondioxide un water, Fe, Mn, and water hardness. The basic principle of Environmental Organic Chemistry: classification, nomenclature, COD, BOD, carbohydrates, proteins, fats, pesticides, detergents, solvents of dyes, xenobiotics compounds. Atmospheric chemistry composition, photochemical smog, acid rain fenomena, green house gases, soil composition, cation excharge capacity of soil.
TL2105 Environmental Health
Code TL2105
Name Environmental Health
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Credit 3
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.
TL2105 Environmental Health
Code TL2105
Name Environmental Health
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Credit 3
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.
TL3101 Physics and Chemical Treatment
Code TL3101
Name Physics and Chemical Treatment
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Credit 3
Syllabus Physical and chemical processes in water treatment and wastewater, solid and gas is used, for example: gravity, compression, centrifugation, filtration, adsorption, absorption, flotation, volatilization, gas transfer, stripping gas, ion exchange, membrane processes, reverse osmosis, coagulation, disinfection, neutralization and others.
TL3102 Biological Process Engineering
Code TL3102
Name Biological Process Engineering
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Credit 2
Syllabus Definition, purpose and objective of Process Engineering Biological Waste Water Treatment; an overview of the basics of microbiology; the role of enzymes in bioprocess; mass balance in bioprocess; aerobic and anaerobic processes; suspended growth bioreactor; growth bioreactor was attached; modeling in a bioreactor; the use of genetically engineered microorganisms.
TL3103 Environmental Laboratory
Code TL3103
Name Environmental Laboratory
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Credit 3
Syllabus Sampling method and sample preservation methods, physical and chemical analysis of water, and air and waste and solid waste such as: characteristics of water, waste water, air and solid waste, organic compounds in the effluent, dissolved oxygen, BOD, COD, nitrogen , phospate, heavy metals, grease, phenol , coagulation and flocculation, determination of sludge content and sludge volume index, basics of analysis of solid waste, and air pollution, introduction to advance analysis equipment
TL3104 Hazardous Material Management
Code TL3104
Name Hazardous Material Management
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Credit 2
Syllabus This lecture provides knowledge about the definition and types of hazardous materials and regulations, which include PP B3 waste and industrial waste regulations. These lectures also provide knowledge about the identification and characterization of hazardous and toxic substances according to the version Indonesia and other country versions. Given also the knowledge of the concept of hazardous material management, which includes the concept of cradle-to-grave: generators, transporters, processors, monitoring, and life cycle. The concept of processing of materials, including corrosive, reactive ekplosif, toxic, draft reduction, recycling, processing, and destruction, through a clean process.
TL3105 Water Supply Engineering
Code TL3105
Name Water Supply Engineering
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Credit 3
Syllabus The role of water in life, fleeting aspect of quantity and quality of water, the principal component in the drinking water supply system, the projections / estimates of water needs. Water quality, water quality treatment, the projected water demand estimates, the components of the water supply system, the type, shape the appearance and properties of raw water, building design, raw water extraction, transmission line design, the design of the distribution system. Sample calculations in operation TL.
TL3106 Soil Contamination
Code TL3106
Name Soil Contamination
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Credit 2
Syllabus This course describes the basic knowledge about soil pollution cause by several sources such as domestic, industrial, and agriculture wastes. In this course also discuss the chemical characteristic of the pollutant and remediation methods for contaminated soil
TL3107 Occupational Health
Code TL3107
Name Occupational Health
Degree Bachelor
Faculty Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Credit 2
Syllabus Introduction and basic principles of industrial hygiene; The history of industrial revolution and its impacts on human health ans safety; Identification, evaluation and control of hazards factors in the work environment (physical: noise, ionizing and non-ionizing radiation, temperature, pressure; chemicals: solvents, dust; biology: fungi, bacteria, etc., and ergonomics); Work related diseases and disorders caused by working environment such as silicosis, dermatitis, MSDs, caisson disease etc.; Understand the term of standards such as TLV, TWA, ceiling, heat stress index, etc.; Instruments to measure the hazards; and introduction to management of health and safety system.
TM6099 Thesis
Code TM6099
Name Thesis
Degree Master
Faculty Faculty of Mining and Petroleum Engineering
Credit 6
Syllabus Research under more than one supervisor
TR5003 Traffic and Movement
Code TR5003
Name Traffic and Movement
Degree Master
Faculty School of Architecture, Planning, and Policy Development
Credit 2
Syllabus Elaborating basic concepts of the traffic in general. Characteristics of Pepople and Vehicles, Traffic Charactheristics (Flow), Capacity, L.O.S (level service, geometric, signs,traffic control, traffic management, traffic safety, survey, and special assignment. Quantitative technique analysis of traffic conditions performance and level of traffic services. Introduction to traffic engineering aspects and review to the economics and management of transportation. For air transport particularly able to apply the air transport traffic concept in the air traffic control analysis.
TR5005 Transportation Finance
Code TR5005
Name Transportation Finance
Degree Master
Faculty School of Architecture, Planning, and Policy Development
Credit 2
Syllabus This course examines financial sources for a transportation procurement, which came from public, private and both sector, also a policy related to the transportation finance. The objective of the study is to get the students understood the principal and financial policy in transportation, also the latest ways which can be implemented to financing transport sector. This course provides a comprehension dealing with project evaluation in the domain of transportation. Begin with the types of evaluation, evaluation approaches, evaluation objectives and criteria, knowledge on various project evaluation methods kind of evaluation and some considerable details which is used especially in making a cost benefit analysis, and the decision that has to be made. In the end of semester, the students also perform a real case of transportation project evaluation.