Undergraduate Courses

BACHELOR OF CIVIL ENGINEERING

Course Objectives:

The course objectives in the Bachelor of Civil Engineering programs are to educate graduates with a Civil engineering knowledge in a scope of planning, implementation, monitoring, and management of civil infrastructure works

 
Outcomes:

The graduates will be able to work or doing their own business in the field of planning, design, construction and maintenance of engineering building and other civil engineering products.

 
Available Programs:

University Partners for Credit Transfer Program:

  • University of Malaya, Malaysia
  • Chienkuo Technology University, Taiwan
  • Sungkyunkwan University, South Korea
  • Wuhan University of Technology, China

Core Subjects

Soil Improvement Methods

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

 

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Mapping and GIS

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Students can understand the concept mapping and the development of technology-related instruments, and can apply them in the field of civil engineering.

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Mechanics of Material

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Students can calculate the placement and reaction force-fields within the beam structured certain static portal, and calculate the forces rod certain static truss structure.

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Drawing/Structure Engineering

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Students understand how to read and draw building construction.

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Soil Mechanics

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Students understand the theory of soil mechanics and able to apply them to solve the problems of soil and civil engineering construction. Able to make estimates and prediction of the right of soil conditions on the ground.

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Geometric Path Planning

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Students learn the aspects of planning, understand the basic concept of horizontal and vertical alignment and able to plan the geometric path.

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Soil Mechanics 2

Credit Unit : 3
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Construction Materials Technology

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Students can explain the characteristics / properties of the physical properties and mechanical properties of construction materials in the planning, implementation and supervision in the application in question – an issue in the field of civil engineering.

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Engineering Foundation 1

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Students are able to give consideration in choosing the type of foundation to be used on certain soil conditions.
  • The student can explain important parameters in plotting shallow foundations.
  • The student understands the theory of carrying capacity underlying shallow foundation planning.
  • The student can calculate the limit carrying capacity using the general carrying capacity.
  • The student can calculate the carrying capacity of the limit by considering the influence of the groundwater level.
  • The student understands the concept of the net carrying capacity of the net limit and the safety factor, in order to be able to use it to determine the carrying capacity of the permit.
  • The student can calculate the carrying capacity for layered soil conditions.
  • The student can calculate the carrying capacity based on the data obtained from the field investigation (SPT, CPT).
  • The student can calculate the elastic decrease on a shallow foundation.
  • The student can calculate the decrease of consolidation on a shallow foundation.

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Structural Analysis 1

Credit Unit : 3

Competency:

  • Students have knowledge of the concept of deformation analysis of certain static structures and methods of static analysis of indefinite static.

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Steel Structures 1

Credit Unit : 2
Competency:

  • Students are able to design a frame structure with a simple easel steel material consisting of the design tensile, compressive and flexural beam (gording), as well as designing the connection and the appliance connector bolts, rivets and welding with allowable methods Stress Design (ASD).

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Road Pavement Planning

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Students have knowledge of the concept of pavement design and can design flexible pavement mixture, can calculate the thickness of flexible and rigid pavement construction and pavement maintenance system knows.

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Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulics

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Students are able to apply knowledge of fluid and hydraulics mechanics to solve problems in planning of pipelines, open drains and other water structures and can plan channel dimensions.

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Engineering Foundation 2

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Students can understand the various types of foundations in (plaster, pole and kaison) and able to understand the mechanism of work in order to plan the fundasi

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Concrete Structures 1

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Students are able to analyze and design elements of reinforced concrete structures subjected to flexible loads, both in terms of strength and comfort and understand the way of detailing the reinforcement of these elements in accordance with the applicable Standards.

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Implementation Methods and Equipment

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

 

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Engineering Hydrology

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Students can understand the basic concept of hydrological engineering in conjunction with Civil Engineering especially in water-building planning.

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Structural Analysis 2

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Students are able to analyze the structure by using matrix method, understand the basic ways of making computer program for structural analysis, and can interpret the output of structural analysis package programs.

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Wood Structure

Credit Unit: 3
Competency:

  • Students are able to design a frame structure with a simple easel wood material consisting of the design tensile, compressive and flexural beam (gording), as well as designing some type of connection and the appliance connector bolts and nails with allowable methods Stress Design (ASD)

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Concrete Structures 2

Credit Unit: 3
Competency:

  • Student can understand the basic theory of element characteristics subjected to tap & flex (column) Reinforced Concrete, able to analyze and plot column of Reinforced Concrete Structure based on theories and applicable Standards / Rules.

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Structural Dynamics and Earthquake

Credit Unit: 3
Competency:

  • Providing knowledge to the students about the concept of earthquake resistant structures.

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Irrigation & Water Building

Credit Unit: 3
Competency:

  • Students can understand the concept of irrigation planning and are able to design the needs of irrigation water and design other complementary water structures for irrigation.

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Construction Management

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Students understand and can explain each construction project management unit according to the Project Management Institute.

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Transport Engineering (P)

Credit Unit: 3
Competency:

  • Students are able to design a signaled intersection and are able to design a road service level performance in a defined area

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Environmental Engineering

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Understanding the impact of construction projects on the environment and the management and monitoring techniques

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Design Studio 1

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Students are able to design a 4-floor building or a bridge span of 20 m or urban street (geometric, pavement, LL control) in a specified region.

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Estimated Project Cost

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Students can understand the basic concept of Project Cost Estimation in conjunction with the concept of Economic Engineering in the world of construction

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Construction Quality Management System

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Students are able to convey the basic concept of quality assurance system in an integrated and sustainable way, ranging from planning, implementation and control as well as quality improvement both at industry level, company and at project construction level.

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Design Studio 2

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • The students have the ability to create shop drawing by using Auto CAD.
  • The student has the ability in determining the Implementation Method, and Technical Specification.
  • Students have the ability to create Work Breakdown Structure, Cost Breakdown Structure.
  • The student has the ability to calculate Quantity of Works.
  • Students have the ability to compose a Bill of Quantity.
  • The student has the ability to calculate the duration of each work item.
  • Students have the ability to create a Unit Price Analysis of each job.
  • The student has the ability to calculate the Budget Plan.
  • Students have the ability to plan and schedule projects using network planning.
  • Students have the ability to create Barchart, Curve-S and Histogram needs Source Day

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Legal Aspects Of Development

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Students know the laws and regulations related to building activities or construction project activities, able to arrange construction contracts, understand the concept of claims management and construction contracts, and the concept of dispute resolution and professional ethics engineer.

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Basic Undergraduate Courses

Computer Application

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Fundamentals of computer programming with real-world engineering examples using an imperative programming language. Topics include variables, data types, statements, control structures, functions, parameter passing mechanisms, expressions, data structures, files, pointers, storage allocation, elementary searching and sorting, recursion, encapsulation, modularity, incremental development, testing, and debugging.

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Math 1

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Students can understand the concept of function and are able to apply integral differential applications in the civil engineering field.

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Statics

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Students can analyze determinate structures (simple and compound   beams, frames, and trusses) : reaction forces, formulate and draw inner-forces (normal, shear, and bending moment) diagrams, include influence lines for beams and trusses.

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Basic Physics

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Basic Physics course gives a basic understanding of scientific principles and the basic measurements that will support scientific understanding of Civil Engineering.
  • Basic Physics course gives a basic understanding of the mechanics that will support the understanding of other subjects in the Civil Engineering Program

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Civics

Credit Unit : 2
Competency:

  • Students are able to understand about the urgency of civic education in college, the state and the system of government in several countries and in Indonesia, the national identity, the meaning of democracy, develop democratic attitudes, rights and obligations of citizens, sensitive to the problems and implementation of the existing rule of environment’s law, human rights, geography, population and environment in Indonesia, the concept of National Resilience in solving the problems that arise in society, understand the relationship between state and religion and its problems, recognize the model of regional autonomy and the principles of good governance.

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Statistics/Probability

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Students able to understand the notion of function, presentation and data processing, and also understand the statistical model in data analysis.

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Math 2

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Can calculate matrix operations, solving simultaneous equations for applications in civil engineering.

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Pancasila (Indonesian Ideology)

Credit Unit : 3
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Ethics

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Awareness of the role and responsibilities of Professional Engineers in society with respect to the environment, ethics, equity, public and worker safety and health considerations. Introduction to technical and other forms of work term and/or work experience report preparation, understanding national and international placement standards, WorkSafeBC standards, engineering logbooks. Development of effective interview techniques, skill assessment and analysis, career management and development. Preparation of resumés and cover letters.

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English 1

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Intended for students developing fluency and proficiency in written and spoken English. Provides intensive practice in building well-constructed sentences and paragraphs, while building fluency and preparing students for longer written assignments.

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Math 3

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Students can calculate the differential equations of the ordo 1 and ordo 2 and understand its application in civil engineering.

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Computer Programming

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Students can understand the programming related to Civil Engineering.

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Entrepreneurship 1

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Finance, accounting, auditing, taxation, marketing, market research; organizational psychology, personnel selection; engineering economy, equivalent uniform annual cash flow, present worth, cost benefit ratio.

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English 2

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Introduction to the reading and writing skills needed to meet the expectations of university-level academic study. Emphasis is on building proficiency in academic reading and writing through extensive practice.

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Indonesian Language

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Searching and referencing methods used in dealing with scientific and technical literature and on the characteristics of effective technical and scientific style. The emphasis throughout will be on clarity, precision, and consistency. Students will acquire practical experience in the writing of short technical documents such as memoranda, letters and abstracts, longer forms such as reports, papers, and theses, and instructional forms such as manuals, brochures, and specifications.

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Internship

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • After following this Job Training activity students are expected to be able to explain the problems that are often encountered in the industry related to a certain field or concentration, and then able to formulate a research problem completed for the final project / thesis.

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Research Method

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Able to analyze the relationship between the factors in research.
  • Able to formulate, design and carry out research in civil engineering field.
  • Able to think logically and structured.
  • Able to understand and process data and information from various sources.
  • Able to eliminate the results of research.
  • Able to communicate, partner and synergize with others (community)

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Final Project

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • After following the lecture courses, the students are expected to conduct research and make reporting up to the dissemination of the results of conducted research.

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Religion

Credit Unit : 2
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Electives Subjects

English 3

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Students are able to communicate in English ( Orally and in writing) in common business contexts and comprehend business-related reading materials.

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Steel Structures 2

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Students can Understand the mechanical properties of steel materials for the application of civil structures and the basis of design strength, stiffness, and stability of steel structures.
  • Students can understand the concept of planning ASD and LRFD
  • Students can understand and can apply structural steel structure planning to buckling and stability
  • Students can apply LRFD planning to the design

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Entrepreneurship 2

Credit Unit : 3
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Entrepreneurship 3

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Students are able to manage the well business in the field of science, make bankable financial statements, provide added value to the product and increase the amount of revenue significantly.

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English 4

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Students are able to communicate in English ( Orally and in writing) in common business contexts and comprehend business-related reading materials / Business Plan.

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Public Transport System

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Students are able to Provide knowledge of general ankutan system, capacity and service level characteristics, strategic evolution & service hierarchy concept, peren. Infrastructure & operations, intermodality terminal and infrastructure, AU tariff system, possible AU development & upgrading system.

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Prestressed Concrete

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Students are able to Design prestressing concrete for simple beam structure (Simple Beam).

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Economic Engineering

Credit Unit : 3
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Planning and Project Control

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Students are able to explain, understand and plan, scheduling and controlling construction projects.

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Airport

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Students can design airports, terminals along with passenger transport systems and freight plumbing and aircraft runways along with pavement layer layers.

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Railway

Credit Unit : 3
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Civil Engineering Software Applications

Credit Unit : 3
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Planning of Water Resources

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Students have knowledge of basic concepts in water resources development planning.

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Transportation Infrastructure

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Students are knowledgeable about the design of road infrastructure, traffic and capacity, can calculate the capacity of the infrastructure manually or with the software supporting the operation of transportation.

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Harbor

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Students can know the nature of sea and beach, configuration of seaports and beaches. Sea port layout and able to plan the breakwater and equipment for its operation.

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