Student Exchange Program

Code FI4005 LEC
Name Scientific Communication
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

Code FI3221 LEC
Name Material Characterizations
Faculty Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences
Credit 2
Syllabus This course is offered to equipped students with knowledge of materials characterization techniques such as imaging, scattering, spectroscopy. Topics covered in this course are : Introduction to quantitative quality criterion of materials; microscopy, scattering and spectroscopy techniques; qualitative analysis of SEM, TEM and AFM data; X-ray and Neutron imaging techniques; X-ray and Neutron diffraction techniques; vibrational spectroscopy (infrared and Raman); photoelectron spectroscopy (EDS, XPS, XAS)
Mata Kuliah Prasyarat
  • FI3102 Fisika Kuantum
    Latar belakang timbulnya teori kuantum; Konsep-konsep dasar teori kuantum; Persamaan Schrodinger; Formalisme operator; Momentum Sudut; Persoalan 3 Dimensi; Teori Gangguan Bebas Waktu; Atom Hidrogen Nyata; Atom Helium; Sistem Partikel Banyak.

  • Code SR3203 LEC
    Name Aesthetics II
    Faculty Faculty of Visual Art and Design
    Credit 2
    Syllabus -
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  • SR2103 Estetika I
    Pengetahuan tentang pengantar estetika serta berbagai konsep dasar, sejarah dan teori tentang seni agar mahasiswa mampu mengapresiasi karya-karya seni rupa.

  • Code DK4109 LEC
    Name Visual Culture
    Faculty Faculty of Visual 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)

    Code KR3242 LEC
    Name Batik
    Faculty Faculty of Visual Art and Design
    Credit 2
    Syllabus This course introduces theoretically and practically various knowledge of the batik textile production process, which is based on the Indonesian textile tradition. The understanding of batik consists of history, pattern (traditional and modern), and the process. In this lecture, textile production techniques with a batik process will be explained in detail and empirically. It is hoped that by understanding the batik process as a whole, students can produce decent batik motif designs. The learning process is carried out through lectures, basic practice and group discussions. Assessment will be made through assignments and exams in the middle and end of the semester.

    Code TK4036 LEC
    Name Gas Processing Technology B
    Faculty Faculty of Industrial Technology
    Credit 3
    Syllabus This course dealing with natural gas. Topics cover ; Natural gas cleaning techniques: desulfurisation, carbon dioxide, condensate, and light hydrocarbon removal processes; natural gas transportation; natural gas specifications; thermodynamic fundamentals of gas refrigeration and liquefaction; LNG and LPG processing systems; LNG regasification; storage of liquefied gases; presentations based on scientific papers on gas processing technologies.

    Code TK4052 LEC
    Name Solid State Bioreactor Technology
    Faculty Faculty of Industrial Technology
    Credit 3
    Syllabus This lecture gives an introduction and a preliminary understanding of the solid phase fermentation technology. Materials provided include other types of solid phase reactor, operating conditions and factors affecting fermentation, and aspects of design and modeling.

    Code TK5067 LEC
    Name Catalysts and Catalysis
    Faculty Faculty of Industrial Technology
    Credit 3
    Syllabus This course dealing with catalsyt. Topics cover : Introduction: industrial reactor types, fixed bed reactor; theoretical background: heterogeneous catalyst, heterogeneous catalytic reaction kinetics, transport phenomena; design and operation of reactors: modelling of fixed bed reactors, strategy and considerations in reactor design; evaluation of fixed bed reactor performance.

    Code TK5020 LEC
    Name Process Systems Analysis & Troubleshooting
    Faculty Faculty of Industrial Technology
    Credit 3
    Syllabus This course is dealing with trouble shooting systems in process industries. Topics cover : Classification of problems and troubleshooting definition; Whimbey-Lochhead practices; Kepner-Tregoe strategy; problem solution synthesis; process troubleshooting case studies.

    Code PG4021 LEC
    Name Chocolate Processing and Confectionary
    Faculty Faculty of Industrial Technology
    Credit 3
    Syllabus Topics covered in this course are history and taxonomy of cocoa, cocoa industry, techniques for improving cocoa quality, cocoa bean fermentation, drying and storage, cocoa selection, quality parameters, and processing, chocolate production and processing (mixing, clarification, conching, tempering, fat crystallisation, casting and moulding, cooling, demoulding, and packaging), chocolate ingredients, quality control, chocolate-based products and confectionary.

    Code PG4038 LEC
    Name Food Engineering Experimental Design
    Faculty Faculty of Industrial Technology
    Credit 3
    Syllabus General objectives & fundamental aspects of experimental studies. One-factor fully randomized experiment & the ANOVA concept. One-factor experiments with blocking. Full factorial experiments. Fractional factorial experiments. Applications of blocking & confounding in factorial designs. Response surface methods & non-linear experiments. Mixture experiments. .
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  • PG2202 Pengendalian Mutu Pangan
    Mata kuliah ini membelajarkan aspek statistika dalam pengendalian mutu pangan yang meliputi dasar statistika proses, pengambilan sampel, metode pengujian, dan penggunaan komputer dalam pengendalian proses dan mutu pangan, serta pengenalan rancangan percobaan statistik di bidang proses/penelitian pangan.

  • Code TK5070 LEC
    Name Advanced Bioprocess Technology
    Faculty Faculty of Industrial Technology
    Credit 3
    Syllabus This subject deepens the understanding on bioprocess technology in general. It covers definition and scope of bioprocess technology, basic biology on engineering perspective: microorganisms, cell structure and compositions, and cell nutritions; enzymatic processes; metabolic reaction and control; growth and its quantification; genetic and metabolic engineering; and engineering principles in bioprocess technology: bioreactor operation, biocatalyst selection, process scale up, control, as well as recovery and purification of bioproducts.

    Code TK4035 LEC
    Name Catalysts & Catalysis B
    Faculty Faculty of Industrial Technology
    Credit 3
    Syllabus This course dealing with catalsyt. Topics cover : Introduction: industrial reactor types, fixed bed reactor; theoretical background: heterogeneous catalyst, heterogeneous catalytic reaction kinetics, transport phenomena; design and operation of reactors: modelling of fixed bed reactors, strategy and considerations in reactor design; evaluation of fixed bed reactor performance.

    Code TK4027 LEC
    Name Coal Chemistry & Technology
    Faculty Faculty of Industrial Technology
    Credit 3
    Syllabus This course dealing with coal processing and utilization. Topics cover : petrography; pyrolysis: basic theories, product distribution; gasification: kinetics, mechanism, catalysis, reactor design, industrial scale processes; liquefaction: process routes (direct and indirect), mechanism and kinetics of direct liquefaction, industrial scale processes; combustion: principles, types of combustion, combustion technology.

    Code TK5007 LEC
    Name Coal Processing Technology
    Faculty Faculty of Industrial Technology
    Credit 3
    Syllabus This course dealing with coal processing and utilization. Topics cover : petrography; pyrolysis: basic theories, product distribution; gasification: kinetics, mechanism, catalysis, reactor design, industrial scale processes; liquefaction: process routes (direct and indirect), mechanism and kinetics of direct liquefaction, industrial scale processes; combustion: principles, types of combustion, combustion technology.

    Code TK5022 LEC
    Name Stadium Generale of Chemical Product Design
    Faculty Faculty of Industrial Technology
    Credit 3
    Syllabus This lecture deals with explains the methodology of chemical engineering for development of new products, so called holistic Chemical Product Design. It covers expands the scope of chemical engineering design to encompass both process design and product design. The lectures follows the conventional methodology from Cussler and Moggridge, starting with a four-step procedure for chemical product design- needs, ideas, selection, and manufacture- l. The course then utilizes several case studies of product design in order to introduce the concepts of specialty chemicals, micro- and macrostructured products and devices for chemical changes. and then discussing some industrial examples. The lecture concludes with a brief review of economic, risk management issues and product design encountered in current industry.

    Code TK5061 LEC
    Name Advanced Chemical Engineering Statistics
    Faculty Faculty of Industrial Technology
    Credit 3
    Syllabus Data descriptors & the concept of variability. Construction & interpretation of process control charts. Measurement system performance study. Process capability analysis. Objectives & basic concepts of experimentation. Full factorial & fractional factorial experimental designs. Non-linear experiments for respons optimization. Progressive experimentation strategy. Simplex & non-simplex mixture experimental designs.

    Code TK4009 LEC
    Name Industrial Bioprocesses
    Faculty Faculty of Industrial Technology
    Credit 3
    Syllabus Topics discussed: The introduction of types of industrial bioprocess; Case study in various industrial bioprocess; safety aspects in the bioprocess industry; environment aspects in the bioprocess industry; Scale up process

    Code TK4029 LEC
    Name Industrial Membrane Processes
    Faculty Faculty of Industrial Technology
    Credit 3
    Syllabus This course dealing with important factors in membrane technology. Topicscover : Membrane classification; materials for membrane synthesis; membrane characterization; transport phenomena in membranes; industrial membrane processes.

    Code TK4031 LEC
    Name Corrosion Prevention Technology
    Faculty Faculty of Industrial Technology
    Credit 3
    Syllabus Corrosion Electrochemistry : Basic laws of electrochemistry, Electrochemical Instrumentations, Thermodynamics (Potentials, Nernst equation, Pourbaix diagrams), Kinetics (Kinetics under polarization, Concentration polarization, Ohmic overpotential). Corrosive Environments : Atmospheric, Natural Water, Seawater, Soils, Concrete, Microbiological. Corrosion Forms : General corrosion, Pitting corrosion, Crevice corrosion, Galvanic corrosion, Selective Leaching, Erosion corrosion, Environmental Cracking, Intergranular corrosion. Corrosion Preventions : Materials Selection (Steels, Aluminum, Copper, Stainless Steels), Coatings (Metallic coatings, Inorganic coatings, Organic coatings), Inhibitors (Passivating inhibitor, Cathodic inhibitor, Organic inhibitor, Precipitation inhibitor, Vapour Phase Inhibitor, Inhibition Mechanism, Inhibitor for Oil & Gas), Cathodic Protection (Impressed Current, Sacrificial Anodes).

    Code TB4005 LEC
    Name Introduction to Renewable Electric Technology
    Faculty Faculty of Industrial Technology
    Credit 3
    Syllabus This course provides a comprehensive overview of the main types of geothermal renewable energy-including solar, thermal photovoltaics, bioenergy, water, tide, wind, waves, etc. It also describes the physical principles and the underlying technologies of renewable energy and assessing the environmental impact and future prospects of different energy sources. Discusses:  Solar thermal energy  Photovoltaic  Bioenergy  Hydroelectricity  wind turbines  wave power plant  Geothermal energy  The integration of renewable energy

    Code TK5048 LEC
    Name Selected Topics in Bioprocess Engineering
    Faculty Faculty of Industrial Technology
    Credit 3
    Syllabus This course dealing with bioprocess engineering. Topics cover : Review of one or more cases in Bioprocess Engineering such as MEOR, Bioinsectisides, Biosurfactant, Biodegradable Polymers, Antibiotics, Bioconversion and Biotrans-formation, Modelling and Simulation in Bioprocess Engineering.

    Code TK5046 LEC
    Name LNG & LPG Processing Technology
    Faculty Faculty of Industrial Technology
    Credit 3
    Syllabus LNG & LPG processing; Physical properties, heating value flammability P-T critical constant P-H diagram CH4 & C3H8; LNG & LPG news; Explanation of Non Technical Technical Factors; Refrigeration Propoan & CO2, Isentropi, Isentalpi

    Code PG4036 LEC
    Name Development and Evaluation of Food Business
    Faculty Faculty of Industrial Technology
    Credit 3
    Syllabus This course teaches about the development and evaluation of the food business.

    Code PG4040 LEC
    Name Food Fermentation Engineering
    Faculty Faculty of Industrial Technology
    Credit 3
    Syllabus This course presents an introduction and basic understanding on fermentation techniques for food production. The subjects covered are overview of foods produced by fermentation processes, basic fermentation, operation conditions and factors affecting fermentation, measuring fermentation process parameters, types of fermentation configurations: submerged fermentation and solid state fermentation, and process design.

    Code TK5065 LEC
    Name Corrosion & Energetic Electrochemistry
    Faculty Faculty of Industrial Technology
    Credit 3
    Syllabus Corrosion Electrochemistry : Basic laws of electrochemistry, Electrochemical Instrumentations, Thermodynamics (Potentials, Nernst equation, Pourbaix diagrams), Kinetics (Kinetics under polarization, Concentration polarization, Ohmic overpotential). Corrosive Environments : Atmospheric, Natural Water, Seawater, Soils, Concrete, Microbiological. Corrosion Forms : General corrosion, Pitting corrosion, Crevice corrosion, Galvanic corrosion, Selective Leaching, Erosion corrosion, Environmental Cracking, Intergranular corrosion. Corrosion Preventions : Materials Selection (Steels, Aluminum, Copper, Stainless Steels), Coatings (Metallic coatings, Inorganic coatings, Organic coatings), Inhibitors (Passivating inhibitor, Cathodic inhibitor, Organic inhibitor, Precipitation inhibitor, Vapour Phase Inhibitor, Inhibition Mechanism, Inhibitor for Oil & Gas), Cathodic Protection (Impressed Current, Sacrificial Anodes).

    Code TK4038 LEC
    Name Process Industry Product
    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.

    Code TK4026 LEC
    Name Particulate Processing Technology
    Faculty Faculty of Industrial Technology
    Credit 3
    Syllabus Topics provided include Solid processing industries, Characterization of particles, Solid processing operations including crystallyzation, grinding & crushing, screening, granulation, etc, as well as Population balance based modeling.

    Code TL3205 LEC
    Name Environmental Policy and Law
    Faculty Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering
    Credit 2
    Syllabus Concept of good governance and environmental management, concept of environmental policy, sources of environmental law, environmental law principles, environmental policy instruments, understanding Law Number 32 Year 2009 on the Environmental Protection and Management, legal aspects of environmental pollution, natural resources management and environmental degradation control, supervision and administrative sanctions, settlement of environmental disputes, criminal law enforcement, environmental policy evaluation.

    Code TL2204 LEC
    Name Hidrology and Hidrogeology
    Faculty Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering
    Credit 3
    Syllabus Hydrological cycle, role hydrooy in water resources, drainage, landfill, groundwater pollution,dividing line of morphology and geology, major hydrological variables, relationships rain - water discharge, rainfall data analysis, infiltration, evaporation, transpiration, and evapotranspiration, flow surface water, hydrograph characteristics, extreme values, groundwater flow, the concept of porosity, drainage of the aquifer depressed and not depressed, law of darcy, coefficient permeability of porous media,pumping test, groundwater exploration and exploitation
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  • TL2102 Statistika Lingkungan
    Pada kuliah ini akan diberikan pengetahuan mengenai analisis deskriptif : penyajiaan data, distribusi frekuensi, nilai sentral dan dispersi, momen dan kartesian, sampling dan distribusi sampling. Probabilitas : elemen teori himpunan, variabel acak, distribusi probabilitas, model distribusi secara empiris. Penaksiran dan hipotesis : cara-cara menaksir, pengujian hipotesis, uji variansi, uji normalitas, analisa table kontingensi. Regresi dan korelasi : analisis time-series, formulasi dasar regresi linier, analisis variansi, koefisien determinasi. Analisis kependudukan : rate dan ratio, mortalitas dan morbiditas.

  • MA1101 Matematika IA
    Sistem Bilangan Real, Pertaksamaan, Fungsi dan Limit, Turunan, Penggunaan Turunan, Integral, Penggunaan Integral dan Fungsi Transenden

  • MA1201 Matematika IIA
    Teknik Pengintegralan, Bentuk tak tentu dan Integral tak wajar, Deret Takhingga, Geometri di Bidang dan Ruang, Turunan di Rn , Integral Lipat Dua, Persamaan Diferensial Biasa.

  • Code TL3206 LEC
    Name Solid Waste Treatment
    Faculty Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering
    Credit 2
    Syllabus Proses terbentuknya limbah padat. Permasalahan, kendala, dan peluang dalam pengolahan limbah padat. Komposisi dan karakteristik limbah padat. Teknik pemilahan manual dan non-manual. Pengolahan buangan padat secara umum. Teori pengomposan dan teori insinerasi. Insinerator sampah kota. Teori biogasifikasi, pemanfaatan gasbio, pirolisis. Analisis limbah padat dihubungkan pada pemilihan pengolahan limbah padat.
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  • TL3103 Laboratorium Lingkungan
    Metode sampling, pengawetan sampel, analisa fisik dan kimia air, tanah dan udara dan limbah cair dan padat seperti : karakteristik, koagulasi dan flokulasi, lumpur dan SVI dasar-dasar analisis buangan padat dan pencemaran udara, pengenalan alat analisa yang lebih canggih.

  • Code TL4233 LEC
    Name Cleaner Production
    Faculty Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering
    Credit 2
    Syllabus End of pipe, definition technology clean, minimization waste, 3R, technological advantages clean

    Code TL3203 LEC
    Name Water Management
    Faculty Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering
    Credit 2
    Syllabus This course discusses about sustainable water resources management. Students are given an understanding of the main component of hydrological cycle where the characteristics of the hydrological component (P as rainfall, Q as discharge) are random and stochastic, and also about watershed system will be discussed as a basis for understanding water resources management and how to develop sustainable water resources infrastructure. The sustainable infrastructure that will be discussed consists of flood control infrastructure (drainage system) and also about drinking water supply system. This course also discusses water resources in terms of quality which depends on quantity where knowledge is also given about various interactions between parameters to understand phenomena and see trends that occur in the water environment
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  • TL2103 Matematika Rekayasa
    Pengertian dasar aljabar linier, aljabar matriks, transformasi linier, sistem persamaan linier terapan, persamaan diferensial, terapan analisis dampak.

  • TL2204 Hidrologi dan Hidrogeologi
    Hidrologi dan hidrogeologi dalam teknik lingkungan, hubungan hujan – debit air, analisa data hujan, infiltrasi, evaporasi, transpirasi, dan evapotranspirasi, aliran air permukaan, karakteristik hidrograf, nilai ekstrim, aliran air tanah, konsep porositas, pengaliran pada akifer tertekan dan tidak tertekan, hukum darcy, koefisien permeabilitas media porous, uji pompa, explorasi & exploitasi air tanah

  • Code TL2202 LEC
    Name Solid Waste Management
    Faculty Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering
    Credit 3
    Syllabus Introduction to municipal solid waste (MSW) management in Indonesia particularly, in developing countries in general, best practice and its problems, impact to public health and environment, and emerging issues; hierarchy approach regulated by Law 18/2008: concept of 3R (reduce, reuse, recycling) and MSW handling; sampling and analytical methods for composition and characteristics; technical aspect of storage, collection, transfer and transportation and its basic calculation; introduction to processing of MSW, composting, incineration, biogasification, and plasma gasification, and its comparison; introduction to technical aspect of landfillling for MSW, particularly open dumping and sanitary landfill issues; non-technical aspect of MSW management in Indonesia such as regulation, institution, and socio-economical constraints.

    Code SA3213 LEC
    Name River, Lowland, and Lake Ecosystem
    Faculty Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering
    Credit 2
    Syllabus Functions and benefits of the lake and the polder system in an area of ​​the development, utilization and system polder lakes in a drainage system or in a broader context, namely water resources systems.

    Code TL3201 LEC
    Name Air Pollution
    Faculty Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering
    Credit 3
    Syllabus Preliminary; system of air pollution; air quality management system and its components; units of air pollutant concentrations; Classification of air pollutants; source of origin; substances characteristic of air pollution; effects and impacts on humans and the environment; ambient air quality standards and emission; calculated the amount of emissions and inventory; meteorological aspects relating to the dispersion of pollutants, the theory of dispersion of pollutants and factors affecting; prediction of dispersion of pollutants; methods and standard procedures for monitoring and sampling of air; laboratory analysis; prevention; the introduction of prevention methods and techniques; equipment control gas and particulate air pollutants.
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  • TL3103 Laboratorium Lingkungan
    Metode sampling, pengawetan sampel, analisa fisik dan kimia air, tanah dan udara dan limbah cair dan padat seperti : karakteristik, koagulasi dan flokulasi, lumpur dan SVI dasar-dasar analisis buangan padat dan pencemaran udara, pengenalan alat analisa yang lebih canggih.

  • Code TL2205 LEC
    Name Environment Epidemiology
    Faculty Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering
    Credit 2
    Syllabus Epidemiology, epidemy, pandemy, endemic, determinan factors, multiple causation, generation of deseases and epidemy, agent, host, environment, transmissions, reservoir mechanism, controlling, prevention, reporting, basic research, global warming.

    Code TL2203 LEC
    Name Environmental Microbiology
    Faculty Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering
    Credit 3
    Syllabus The introduction of shape, reproduction, distribution, classification, function, microalgae, protozoa, viruses, impact of environmental biotic life, equipment method, interpretation data and application of objectives plan, the role of microbes in waste treatment, pollution control, quality control and safety, bioconvertion, detoxation, biomass production and bioaccumulation of compounds, and a whole of environmental processes.

    Code TL2201 LEC
    Name Fluid Mechanics II
    Faculty Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering
    Credit 3
    Syllabus Discuss the applications of fluid mechanics equations, the conservation of mass and energy of flow in open channel, uniform flow in an open channel flow, training and applying the formula of open channel formula in Environmental Engineering, for example in drainage planning, riolering, etc., discuss the application of open channel formula in some waterworks e.g. waterfall, flow measuring devices, syphon, introduces non uniform flow and critical flow and their field applications, also providing practicum in the laboratory.

    Code TL3202 LEC
    Name Sustainable Sewerage and Drainage
    Faculty Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering
    Credit 3
    Syllabus Terminology, components and the urgency of sewerage and drainage, sewerage system and rain water: separated, mixed, advantages and disadvantages of each distribution system. Classification of waste water either as a result of human activities and natural; the quantity of dirty water from domestic activities, commercial, industrial load both organic and hydraulic load; rational methods of both the intensity of the rain water quantity, as well as the return period of application distribution; wastewater collection systems planning, energy concepts in the channel, and a separate well-mixed system, system layout patterns, and types of conduits as well as technical specifications; Operation and maintenance of equipment and institutional channels as well as management of the sewerage system. Calculation and design of systems
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  • TL2101 Mekanika Fluida I
    Konsep fluida aliran di bawah tekanan, sifat fluida, hukum kekekalan massa dan momentul aliran dibawah tekanan, konsep aliran tidak dapat dimampatkan dan aliran dapat dimampatkan melalui pipa, pesamaan energi Bernaulli, tekanan hidrostatis, aliran laminar, turbulen, kehilangan tekanan akibat tekanan geser dan dimensi, aliran percabangan, dan jaringan pipa, metoda Hardy-Cross, dampak perubahan tekanan air dan debit terhadap sistem energi dalam aliran tertutup, alat-alat ukur aliran saluran tertutup.

  • TL2204 Hidrologi dan Hidrogeologi
    Hidrologi dan hidrogeologi dalam teknik lingkungan, hubungan hujan – debit air, analisa data hujan, infiltrasi, evaporasi, transpirasi, dan evapotranspirasi, aliran air permukaan, karakteristik hidrograf, nilai ekstrim, aliran air tanah, konsep porositas, pengaliran pada akifer tertekan dan tidak tertekan, hukum darcy, koefisien permeabilitas media porous, uji pompa, explorasi & exploitasi air tanah

  • Code TL2206 LEC
    Name Water Quality Management
    Faculty Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering
    Credit 2
    Syllabus This course describes gives basic knowledge on water quality management for multi clients/users. Water body consider in this class include river, stream, lake, and dam.
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  • TL2104 Kimia Lingkungan
    Prinsip-prinsip dasar kimia lingkungan seperti reaksi kimia, reduksi oksidasi, hidrolisis. Kimia-Fisika seperti dasar-dasar termodinamika, dasar-dasar kinetika kimia. Kesetimbangan kimia seperti reaksi asam-basa. Prinsip Dasar Kimia Organik Lingkungan : klasifikasi, nomenklatur, COD, BOD, karbohidrat, protein, lemak, pestisida, detergent, solvent bahan pelarut dyes, senyawa xenobiotika. Komposisi Kimia atmosfer , reaksi fotokimia dan komposisi kimia tanah .

  • Code TL3204 LEC
    Name Environmental Engineering Management
    Faculty Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering
    Credit 3
    Syllabus Definition of management; management functions; planning; organizing, coordinating and directing, implementing, controlling. Management techniques; time planning and resource optimization of resource allocation, decision-making techniques of management information systems.

    Code TA5216 LEC
    Name Coal Quality Analysis
    Faculty Faculty of Mining and Petroleum Engineering
    Credit 3
    Syllabus Course which advancing the students method of coal sample preparation and reduction in order to obtain representative sample. The course also trains students some analytical methods in characterizing physical and chemical properties which determine coal quality. The properties include proximate, ultimate, HGI, FSI, density, maceral and kerogen characteristics.

    Code TA6001 LEC
    Name Unconventional Hydrocarbon Resources
    Faculty Faculty of Mining and Petroleum Engineering
    Credit 2
    Syllabus Study about hydrocarbon resources which exploited unconventionally from organic-rich source rocks including shale and coal. Topics of cource will deal with genesis, exploration technique, resources estimation, and beneficiation. Additionally, the hydrocarbon is discussed not only as resources potential, but also as hazard potential and environmental issues.

    Code MG4012 LEC
    Name Biohidrometallurgy & Bioremediation
    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).

    Code MG4013 LEC
    Name Biocorrosion & Biodeterioration
    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).

    Code TA5010 LEC
    Name Introduction to Mining Engineering
    Faculty Faculty of Mining and Petroleum Engineering
    Credit 2
    Syllabus Explain the whole stages of mining which include prospecting (objectives, methods and techniques, equipment), exploration (targets, methods and techniques, equipment), mine development (feasibility study, construction), exploitation (system, methods, equipment, production system), processing (objectives, methods, equipment), and extraction (objectives, methods and equipment).

    Code PL3001 LEC
    Name Disaster Aspect in Planning
    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.

    Code PL4002 LEC
    Name Coastal Area Development
    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.

    Code PL4042 LEC
    Name Planning and Politics
    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

    Code PL4001 LEC
    Name Introduction to Tourism Planning
    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.

    Code PL4007 LEC
    Name City & Regional Innovation System
    Faculty School of Architecture, Planning, and Policy Development
    Credit 2
    Syllabus This course describes an understanding on innovation system covering: elements of innovation and their relation, the role of innovation in encouraging urban and regional development, factors and required condition to establish and manage an innovation system, and examples of strong-innovative based cities. In addition, this course explain diffusion of innovation covering: the meaning of diffusion and its elements, process of innovation and its diffusion, decision making process of innovation, attributes of innovation and their rate of adoption, innovation and adopter categories, diffusion networks, the role of change agent.

    Code PL4004 LEC
    Name Participatory Planning
    Faculty School of Architecture, Planning, and Policy Development
    Credit 2
    Syllabus Participatory planning in the context of public planning, concept and methods of participatory planning, its evaluation and assessment, best practices of participatory planning in Indonesia and other countries.

    Code PL4031 LEC
    Name Transportation Institution
    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.

    Code PL4041 LEC
    Name Introduction to Urban Finance
    Faculty School of Architecture, Planning, and Policy Development
    Credit 2
    Syllabus Urban finance analysis examines the consequences of government/subnational government policy and the dynamics of fiscal policy among subnational governments on subnational economy and the welfare and interests of sub-national residents. More specifically, urban finance analysis concerns the consequences of urban government policy to efficiency and equity issues in open sub-national economy and spatial dynamics. The course consists of two main parts: subnational government finance analysis and urban finance analysis of subnational governments in a metropolitan region

    Code MB4057 LEC
    Name Service Marketing
    Faculty School of Business and Management
    Credit 3
    Syllabus This course will focus on providing fundamental concepts and theories on marketing intangibles and services. The topics covered will provide a framework in building customer-focused management strategies, designing service delivery programs and formulating strategies for customer retention. Articles and case studies from services companies will be included to give practical insights. As more and more world economies move from commodities and consumables to services, understanding how to conceptualize intrangibles, qualify production and delivery, communicate with customers and control processes are important business tools.

    Code MK3101 LEC
    Name Business Risk Analysis
    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.

    Code MK4103 LEC
    Name Business Research Method
    Faculty School of Business and Management
    Credit 3
    Syllabus The Business Research Method course is designed to orient students with knowledge and skills in conducting applied research appropriately to the business issues met by organization supported by valid methodology, reliable data collecting, accurate analysis and meaningful interpretation, as well as professional communication of research results both written and oral with confidence to improve quality of decision making. Students will be equipped with certain tools such as analyzing the needs of business research, exploration of business research need, systematic research stages, capabilities in conducting survey, observation and experiment, primary and secondary data collecting, data analysis, and interpretation, composing research proposal and research report and presenting the results of research.

    Code MK2105 LEC
    Name Multivariate Statistics (P)
    Faculty School of Business and Management
    Credit 3
    Syllabus Multivariate Statistics designed to introduce students to various methods in multivariate analysis method and provide them with some practical experience in applying the methods and interpreting the results of analysis. The statistical software package will be used throughout the course. This course covers basic statistical data analysis with an emphasis on multivariate data analysis for business, marketing research, consumer behavior, finance and related disciplines. The course emphasized the design of a multivariate research project, the choice of a multivariate method, the testing of the fundamental assumptions underlying various multivariate methods, the validation of multivariate analysis, the important issues involved in evaluating the quality of a multivariate data analysis and interpretation of the results.

    Code MB3232 LEC
    Name Organizational Anthropology
    Faculty School of Business and Management
    Credit 4
    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. The Anthropology of Organizations being a capstone course 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 about issues such as the principles of management, the structure of organisations, 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 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.

    Code MB4020 LEC
    Name Management of Technology
    Faculty School of Business and Management
    Credit 4
    Syllabus The lecture provides an introduction to the concept in management of technology, including a broad understanding of how technologies are deployed, their impact and their strategic importance. The course uses cases, readings and exercises to understand the issues involved in management of technology, such as disruptive technology, some challenges on technology innovation, future technology, etc. People are naturally creative. They create technologies for lifestyle betterment. Lifestyle betterment is achieved through technological innovation. Therefore, technological innovations enable competitive human development. This lecture helps students to understand the basic concepts of technology management and its role in business competition and wealth creation.

    Code MB4024 LEC
    Name New Product Development
    Faculty School of Business and Management
    Credit 3
    Syllabus This course is designed with focus on the process of developing new products or services which exists in every organization (industry, retailing, government, etc.) and the factors that influence success and failure at each stage of development. It is crucial for companies to keep up with changes and trends in the market to ensure their success as consumer needs and wants continuously change. Companies should respond to these changes through their products and services to fulfill particular consumer needs. New product development is an essential for all businesses to exist and survive for any length of time. Every product has a life cycle, of which it will eventually reach the end of a product life cycle. Thus every business needs to innovate continuously either to stay ahead of the competition, by offering new product (or service) to market. Companies have become increasingly dependent on new product development as a source of innovation and profitability. A high percentage of sales and profits of any business organization are directly tied to the successful introduction of new products and services. Unfortunately, the failure rate of these introductions is high because of the lack of understanding of the process.

    Code MB4017 LEC
    Name Contemporary Human Resources Management
    Faculty School of Business and Management
    Credit 4
    Syllabus This course going to cover several topics: WHAT, WHY, HOW and WHEN we take actions by using CBHRM, SBHRM, and Talent Management; Relationship between HR Policy&Practices to CBHRM, SBHRM, and Talent Management; How to lead and manage the transformation from current HR Policy & Practices to CBHRM, SBHRM, and Talent Management. This course will be conducted by using lecturing method for explanatory purposes and will be very much emphasized as “student-centered” activities through discussion and presentation of case studies, while lecturer(s) are taking roles as facilitator(s). During the course, some reading materials will be assigned individually to students. Students have to submit their report on Reading Assignments of maximum two pages each, elaborate the key messages brought about including theirs own agreement or disagreement

    Code MB4022 LEC
    Name Operations Excellent Strategy
    Faculty School of Business and Management
    Credit 4
    Syllabus This course introduces and exposes students with the basic concepts of building and sustaining competitive advantage through operations. In other words, we adopt the view that operations function has a strategic role for any company’s future sustainability. The contents of this course are divided into two major decision categories: structural and infrastructural. Structural decisions include capacity, sourcing and vertical integration, facilities, and information and process technology. Infrastructural decisions are about systems and policies, including resources allocation and capital budgeting systems, human resource systems, work planning and control systems, quality systems, measurement and reward systems, product and process development systems, and organization. It should be noted here, however, that some of these infrastructural decisions will not be covered in this course and they may be learned more comprehensively in other elective course(s).

    Code MB4042 LEC
    Name Capital Market
    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 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.

    Code MM5002 LEC
    Name Accounting
    Faculty School of Business and Management
    Credit 2
    Syllabus This course provides insight and knowledge regarding accounting. It aims at teaching and developing the following competences to: • Introduce students with an overview of the financial reporting systems. • Create awareness among students of the need to understand accounting. • Build students’ skills that Information of Accounting can be used as an effective tool for communication, monitoring, and resource allocation, as well as evaluating economic conditions and making organizational decisions • Introduce students with an overview of the managerial accounting. • Develop the ability to analyze various costs in a company.

    Code MM5003 LEC
    Name Marketing Management
    Faculty School of Business and Management
    Credit 3
    Syllabus Marketing management is a function that connects the company to its customers by aligning company’s resources with customers’ needs and wants, so that the company is able to create value for customers. The goal of this course is to provide a fundamental understanding of marketing management processes as a part of a company’s efforts to create value for its customers. The learning goals of this program is to develop knowledge, skills, and sensitivity in business administration that are required to manage marketing processes needed for developing a company’s strategic planning.

    Code MM5004 LEC
    Name Operations Management
    Faculty School of Business and Management
    Credit 3
    Syllabus After completing this course, students are expected to be able to identify operations and supply chain management problems, seek opportunities for improvement, excellence, and development in a company. Student will be able to select and apply proper tools to solve these problems.

    Code MM5006 LEC
    Name Business Economics
    Faculty School of Business and Management
    Credit 3
    Syllabus Business Economics or Managerial Economics is concerned with the application of economic principles and methodologies to the decision making process of the business firm operating under conditions of risk and uncertainty. The course establishes important principles for business practice. Business practice is recognized and incorporated into the discipline of Managerial Economics. The course is concerned about the firm’s competitive strategy, rather than simply costs and revenues. The course will put into the context of real-world business decision problems, to demonstrate methods of identifying problems and finding solutions. This course provides and covers (1) a general introduction to Managerial Economics, (2) Microeconomics Theory and its Applications and (3) Macroeconomics Theory and its Applications.

    Code MM6032 LEC
    Name Consumer Behavior
    Faculty School of Business and Management
    Credit 3
    Syllabus After completing this course, students will be able to make better ethical customer based marketing strategy as follows: 1. A strong Knowledge and understanding about Indonesian’s Consumer behavior and Global Consumer 2. Making out a better customer based marketing strategy and decision making 3. An comprehending in Ethical marketing and consumer protection 4. Having Interpersonal skills, team work, customer relationship and marketing communication

    Code MM5005 LEC
    Name People in Organization
    Faculty School of Business and Management
    Credit 3
    Syllabus After completing this course, students will be able to: 1. understand the principles of organisational behavior and able to effectively manage people in organisation in line with business goals and objectives. 2. understand the role of people in the success of business organisation.

    Code MM5007 LEC
    Name Finance Management
    Faculty School of Business and Management
    Credit 3
    Syllabus This course will provide knowledge and skills toward decision making in four important decisions in corporate finance which are: investing decision, financing decision, dividend policy, and short term asset and liability management. All decisions should aim to maximizing shareholder wealth or maximizing company’s value.

    Code MM5009 LEC
    Name Decision Making and Negotiation
    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 guidance for effective decision making that avoid common mistakes and hidden traps, allowing students to develop insights and understanding about th