MASTER OF INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING

Course Objectives:

Producing graduates with strong business vision, leadership and interpersonal skills, as well as competence in implementing continuous improvement strategies, including the strategy of quality improvement and cost efficiency.

 

Outcomes:

  • Graduating from this program will be having capabilities in evaluating and designing work systems that are productive, efficient, healthy, and safe.
  • Being able to design a reliable operation process, with quality products and services

Concentrations:

  • Productivity and Quality Engineering
  • Supply Chain Systems

Information:

  • Entry┬áRequirements: S1 / D4 all fields of study
  • Load and Study Period: 39 Credits in 4 Semesters
  • Graduate Degree: Master of Management (MM)
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Core Subject

Operation System Engineering

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Understanding the scope of operating systems / manufacturing production and services in the global business.
  • Able to apply concepts and techniques used to increase operational excellence.
  • Able to design and operate the operating system that is efficient, effective, and productive.
  • Being able to design products that are competitive
  • Being able to find solutions continuous improvement of operations.
  • Being able to take advantage of one of the software for the modelling and simulation of the operating system

Lecturers:

  • Sawarni Hasibuan
  • Hermawan Taher

Industrial Strategy and Competitiveness

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Equip participants with a framework of strategic thinking with the principles and best practices that are instrumental in running the company to do the move in the market in order to achieve sustainable competitive advantage.

Lecturers:

  • Dana Santoso Saroso
  • Erry Rimawan

Productivity Improvement Strategy

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • After taking this course students are expected to understand the importance of improving the performance and competitiveness of the company, understand the concepts of the Toyota Production System and lean manufacturing, as well as be able to apply methodologies / techniques of system improvement work.

 

  • Students are expected to be able to:
  1. Understand the principles of the Toyota Production System and lean manufacturing,
  2. Evaluate and measure the performance of a working system,
  3. Implement a continuous improvement methodology utilizing value stream mapping and lean manufacturing techniques other

Lecturers:

  • Hardianto Iridiastadi
  • Hernadewita

Resource Planning

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Able to describe the resources and the functional areas of business as well as how these processes integrated
  • Able to describe how information systems can be integrated resource assist functions and business processes
  • Being able to provide an understanding of how the interaction of resources can help organizations to obtain accurate and current data in enterprise systems.

Lecturers:

  • Hasbullah
  • Hendra Adiyatna
  • Bonivasius Prasetya Ichtiarto

Industrial Research and Professional Communication

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Students are expected to submit a research proposal, which includes a detailed background, the principal problem, literature review, methodology and implementation of the study. Also expected to understand the basics of oral presentation techniques.

Lecturer:

  • Lien Herliani Kusumah

Leadership and Teamwork

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Understand the basics of good leadership and teamwork.
  • Improving the ability to improve and build teamwork Leadership Skill reliable.
  • Develop attitudes and skills needed to build a productive team collaboration and high performance.
  • Understand the importance of having a strong and build teamwork in delivering successful individuals, groups, and 3organizations.
  • Ability to lead and motivate his team members pushed into an honest, disciplined, loyal, have integrity, do the improvement and innovation, in order to achieve success and the target company.

Lecturers:

  • Choesnul Jaqin
  • Raden Mohammad Sugengriadi

Industrial Engineering Seminar

Credit Unit : 2
Competency:

  • Students can complete a thesis statement in accordance with a predetermined schedule (on time)

Lecturers:

  • Hardianto Iridiastadi
  • Zulfa Fitri Ikatrinasari

Thesis

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

 

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Basic Engineering

  • Engineering Productivity and Quality

Quality Improvement and Six Sigma

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Provides an understanding of the principles of management and improvement of quality of products and services.
  • Develop concepts and techniques used to increase product excellence and service quality improvement.
  • Improve the ability of planning, control and improvement of repair operations, designing, and quality control.
  • Improve the ability to use tools in solving quality issues.

Lecturers:

  • Mohammad Hamsal
  • Humiras Hardi Purba
  • Hernadewita

Total Productive Maintenance

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Understanding the concepts of system maintenance, especially in the industrialized world.
  • Planning the implementation of Total Productive Maintenance.
  • Implement Total Productive Maintenance implementation activities.
  • Processing, display, and analyze the results of the implementation of Total Productive Maintenance activity.
  • Write a report on the implementation of Total Productive Maintenance,
  • Presenting the results of the implementation of Total Productive Maintenance in the presence of top management.

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Performance Management

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Describe the functional areas of Performance Management, ranging from the use of resources, internal processes, and outputs of the organization, both financial and non-financial.

Lecturers:

  • Zulfa Fitri Ikatrinasari
  • Sawarni Hasibuan

Cases in Quality Management

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

  • Students are capable of in terms of: understanding the implementation and application management operations management, productivity, quality, and supply chain management in preparation for the preparation of the final work

Lecturers:

  • Mohammad Hamsal
  • Humiras Hardi Purba
  • Humiras Hardi Purba
  • Bonivasius Prasetya Ichtiarto

  • Supply Chain Systems

Supply Chain System Design

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

 

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Logistics and Transportation System Design

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

 

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Procurement Strategy

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

 

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Cases in Supply Chain

Credit Unit : 3
Competency:

 

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