Informatics

COURSE DESCRIPTION FOR THE BACHELOR OF COMPUTER SCIENCE

INFORMATICS DEPARTMENT, FACULTY COMPUTER SCIENCE

Semester

1st
2nd
3rd
4th
5th
6th
7th
8th
1st

NO COURSE NAME CREDIT MINIMUM GRADE  LECTURERS COMPETENCY
1 Calculus 3  C Drs. Achmad Kodar, MT., M.Kom Students are expected to resolve the problems in calculus, which includes the topic of derivatives, differential functions, trigonometric functions differential, partial differential, integral particular integrals with trigonometric substitution, integrals of rational functions, integral double and triple integrals.
2 Basic Computer Security 3  C Desi Ramayanti, ST., MT. Basic Computer Security Course provides material materials related to the basic security that must be owned by a user for data and information owned can be safe 
3 Religion 2 Dr. Andi Andriansyah, M.Eng Students can explain their religious concepts. and able to make it as a source of values and guidelines as well as a foundation of thinking and behaving in applying science and profession under their control and become “intellectual capital” that faithful and devoted to Allah, Islamic morals and personality.
4

Statistics and Probability

3

 C

Dr. Eliyani, MT

Students are expected to understand and be able to solve various problems in statistics and probability, which covers the topics of data measures of central tendency, measures of dispersion of data, skewness, kurtosis, index numbers, analysis of simple linear regression and correlation, multiple regressions and non-linear, periodic data analysis, theory probability, probability distributions, interval estimation, hypothesis testing and non-parametric statistics.

5

English 1

3

 C

Dr. Lisa C Masengi, M.Si

Students are able to understand reading comprehension, vocabulary and structure as well as to make sentences using vocabularies and structure learned.

6

Database Systems

3

 C

 Dr. Mujiono Sadikin, MT

Being able to define preventive query processing and database security.

7

Algorithm and Programming (LAB)

3

 C

Handrie Noprison, ST., M.Kom.

Able to solve simple problems using simple algorithms and programming. Able to distinguish the shape and structure of writing algorithms include flowcharts, pseudo code, of runs, selection, looping. Able to explain and apply the concept of modular programming in a simple program.

 

Credits

20

 

 

 

2nd

NO COURSE NAME CREDIT MINIMUM GRADE  LECTURERS COMPETENCY
1 Data Structure 3  C Anis Cherid, MTI Able to solve simple and complex problems using programming algorithms and data structures appropriate to use the problem-solving algorithm. Students are able to understand the concepts and definitions and distinguish various types of data and data structures.
2 Programming for Algorithm & Data Structure (Lab work) 3  C Dr. Yaya Sudarya, M.Kom Being able to create complex programs based on defined specifications and debugging of programs that have logic errors, in C / C + +. Able to solve simple and complex problems using programming algorithms and data structures appropriate to use the problem-solving algorithm. Being «le to create complex programs that use complex data structures, based on defined specifications and debugging of programs that have logic errors, in C / C + + using Turbo C + + IDE 4.5.
3 Linear Algebra 3 C Drs. Achmad Kodar, MT Understand a matrix as a linear transformations relative to a basis of a vector space and become competent in solving linear equations, performing matrix algebra, calculating determinants, and finding eigenvalues and eigenvectors.
4 CCNA R&S I 3 C Andi Nugroho, ST.,M.Kom
  • Exploring the Network
  • Configuring a Network Operating System
  • Network Protocols and Communications
  • Ethernet

5

Computer Architecture  and Organization 3 C Dr. Harwikarya, MT Students are expected to understand and explain the various concepts related to architecture and organization of computer hardware, especially with regard to the concept of evolution and performance of the computer, system bus, internal and external memory, computer arithmetic, instruction sets, input / output unit, pipelining, cache memory, multiprocessor and RISC and CISC concepts.

6

English 2 3 C Dra. Lisa C Masengi. M.Si  Students are advanced to understand reading comprehension, vocabulary and structure as well as to make sentences using vocabularies and structure learned.

7

Database Systems Design 3 C Dr. Mujiono Sadikin, MT Students are able to analyze and design the appropriate database based design techniques are tailored to the needs of the organization.

 

Credits

21

 

 

 

3rd

NO COURSE NAME CREDIT MINIMUM GRADE  LECTURERS COMPETENCY
1 Indonesian Language 2 B Dwi Septian An introduction to learn Indonesian language, sentence components, verbs, nouns, and Indonesian language structures
2 Programming P/L SQL 3 C Dr. Sabar Rudianto Students are expected to create a database using the medium of a particular DBMS, such as Oracle or MySQL.
3 Operating Systems 3 C Joko Adiyanto, M.InSys Students are able to explain the concepts and functions of the system operation, designing or modifying the operating system, the operating system can select an alternative according to your needs and can implement the application’s development is based on an existing operating system.
4 Object Oriented Analysis 3 C Anis Cherid, ST.,MT Capable of Analyzing and Designing Systems with the object approach and using the UML version 2.0.

5

Web Programming 3 C Anis Cherid, ST.,Kom Students are able to create static web pages using HTML and JavaScript tags. Making Personal Website or E-Commerce. Basic Introduction to JavaScript and JavaScript. If logical operators and statements. Repetition statements. Creating Functions. Using Array. Creating Objects and Object Interaction with HTML. Using Objects And Objects Default Browser.

6

Software Engineering 3 C Dr. Yaya Sudarya, MT Software Engineering Course is a course that teaches and applies various methodologies, techniques and workflows and tools needed to transform the problem statement into a system design modelling and Programming.

7

Advance Algorithm 3 C Arif Rifai, ST.,MTI Understand the principles of algorithm in programming. Becoming familiar with the developer tools used in Android and iOS application development.

8

Cryptography and Steganography 3 C Dr. Harwikarya MT Introduction to Computer security implementation, understanding about encryption, decryption. Cryptography is a science of computer security in text documents, steganography is a science of computer security in image documents.

 

Credits

23

 

 

 

4th

NO COURSE NAME CREDIT MINIMUM GRADE  LECTURERS COMPETENCY
1 Entrepreneurship 3 C Pandit Sumawinata, MBA Subject covers the internal aspects of human resources in terms of concepts, mental attitudes, motivation and entrepreneurial thinking.  Students understand the skills in the areas of business such as marketing, production, finance, human resources, financial accounting, organization and management and business ethics in developing a good business plan that is based on talent and skill based vocational owned or industry trends.
2 Object Oriented Programming 3 C Joko Adiyanto MSisInf Understand the principles of object Oriented Programming, in means of developing or implementing object oriented modelling using Unified Modelling Language (UML).
3 Web Enterprise Programming 3 C Leonard Goeirmanto, ST, M.Sc Students are able to create responsive web pages PHP or JAVA. Making Personal Website or E-Commerce. Basic Introduction to Java Framework, such as Glassfish or PHP Web Services.
4 Capita Selecta 3 C Ardiansyah, ST.,MTI Understand the principles of writing an academic paper including formating, structuring the text as well as the rules of effective and clear argumentation.

5

Practical of Network Operating Systems

(Departments Compulsory Course Network Specialist)

3 C   Becoming aware of the trends and issues related to computer, network, and web security and acquire the investigative and technical skills required by security officers to deal with these threats.

6

CCNA R&S II

(Departments Compulsory Course Network Specialist)

3 C Andi Nugroho, ST, M.Kom

Network, Application and Transport Layer

IP Addressing

Subnetting IP Networks

Build a Small Network

7

CCNA R&S III

(Departments Compulsory Course Network Specialist)

3 C Yudhiansyah Ahmadin, MTI The CCNA R & S 3 discusses the devices on layer 2 (Swich) and layer 3 (Router), and discusses dynamic routing protocols EIGRP and OSPF on a network

5

Rapid Application Development

(Departments Compulsory Course Data Solution Specialist)

3 C   Development of Information System that using methodologies in order to have fast implementation. Quick Analysis and Design, Prototyping and implementation becomes part of Rapid Application Development, also discussion of tools that used in development.

6

Introduction to Database Administrator

(Departments Compulsory Course Data Solution Specialist)

3 C Arif Rifai Dwiyanto, ST, MTI Database administration is a practical course that includes Installation, configuration and tuning a database, administering servers and server groups, managing and optimizing schema, tables, indexes, and views, creating logins, configuring permissions, assigning roles and performing other essential security tasks .

7

Data Warehouse/OLAP

(Departments Compulsory Course Data Solution Specialist)

3 C Dr. Mujiono ,MT This course focuses on Data Warehouse (DW) & OLAP and its application for the following purposes: Business Intelligence & Strategic Decision Making. Learner topics include user req gathering, DW architecture, DW dimensional modeling design, DW database physical design, extraction strategy, transformation and loading for BI and DSS  

 

Credits

21

 

 

 

5th

NO COURSE NAME CREDIT MINIMUM GRADE  LECTURERS COMPETENCY
1 Entrepreneurship 2 3 C    
2 Neural Networks Artificial Intelligence 3 C    
3 Introduction to Cloud Computing 3 C Afiyati, S.Si.,MT The rapid development of Cloud Computing offers the shared use of resources on computer networks, servers, storage, software, and applications. This technology provides a wide range of distributed and parallel services remotely and can run on multiple devices. Technological collaboration used from the information process is outsourced up to the external use of the data center.
4 Mobile Programming Android  (Lab) 3 C    

5

CCNA R&S 4 (Lab)

(Departments Compulsory Course Network Specialist)

3 C Dr. Ida Nuraida, MT In CCNA R & S 4 is about the WAN both from point to point protocol (ppp) and security in the network with ACL, in addition to the current material has been updated namely added BGP module and BGP configuration, as well as security in vlan attack, DHCP attack and other network security so that students are provided with reality in the world of security and network today.

6

Server Configuration and Multi Server

(Departments Compulsory Course Network Specialist)

3 C Andi Nugroho, ST.,MTI Server Configuration and Multi Server, study about practical course to configure Server and Multi Server. The subjects range from Web Server, Database Server, Network Configuration, File and email Server, Virtualization, Version Control System, etc.

7

Computer Network Security(Lab)

(Departments Compulsory Course Network Specialist)

3 C    

5

Introduction to Disaster Recovery Plan and Business Continuity Plan

(Departments Compulsory Course Data Solution Specialist)

3 C Leonard Goeirmanto, ST, M.Sc This course provides an understanding of disaster recovery plans and possible backup plans after a disaster of a system. Potential impact of system threats, Protection procedures and system recovery planning, 6Roles and responsibilities of disaster prevention and recover, and Documentation of disaster prevention and disaster recovery system will be discuss further.

6

Project Management

(Departments Compulsory Course Data Solution Specialist)

3 C Wahyu Hari Haji, S.Kom.,M.Kom This course provides students with knowledge and skills about software project management: components, methodologies, tools, risks, and resources to keep in mind. Students gain a structured understanding of the overall software development process, with a better understanding of the main phases of the project, the specific notation and specifications of the development tools used. 

7

Introduction to Data Mining

(Departments Compulsory Course Data Solution Specialist)

3 C Dr. Devi Fitrianah, MT Introduction to Data Mining Course contains of materials on data and data processing techniques to obtain patterns that can utilize to provide solutions in the daily problems. Four methods to study are, Association, Classification, Clustering, and Time Series with various algorithm.

 

Credits

21

 

 

 

6th

NO COURSE NAME CREDIT MINIMUM GRADE  LECTURERS COMPETENCY
1 Entrepreneurship 3 3 C    
2 Civics 2 B    
3 Smart Web Programming(Lab) 3 C Abdi Wahab, S.Kom., MT Smart Web is course that teach about how the introduction to smart web technolog using semantic web, ontology, and tools. 
4 Research Methodology for Information Technology 3 B Dr. Devi Fitrianah, MT Research Methodology discuss about how research will be conduct with various methods, review literature to gain innovation or contribution in certain topics, plagiarism awareness, Data Processing, Research ethics and research documentation. 

5

Multimedia System 3 C Anis Cherid, SE.,M.TI The main purpose of this course is to equip with various capabilities in building multimedia system through understanding the concept of sub-system of preparation. Lectures will begin with the provision of knowledge about the basics of Multimedia, such as definitions, types of multimedia, applications, including the initial description of the material to be provided during the lecture. Furthermore, students will be provided with knowledge of the general description of the production process of multimedia content, including the types of resources required, whether software, hardware. students are introduced to the types of multimedia data compression and its formats, whether for text, sound, audio / music, 4static images and moving images using applications that are commonly used in the industrial world. 

6

IT Governance 3 C Ariansyah, ST.,MTI IT Governance course provide knowledge and ability to students about IT Governance and other knowledge related. The subjects are as follows: Basic Concept of IT G, Components of IT G, IT G Framework and also case study, implementation and assesment IT G in the organization.

7

Network Administrator Security System

(DCC Network Specialist)

3 C Darmawan Wicaksono, MET This course evaluate network security in defensif modes so student have the abality in network administration security system. 

8

Advance Data Mining

(DCC Data Solution Specialist)

3 C Arif Rifai, ST.,MT Advance Data Mining contains material to applied and develop data mining technique in order to make solutions about problems that exist in day-to-day life. 

 

Credits

21

 

 

 

7th

NO COURSE NAME CREDIT MINIMUM GRADE  LECTURERS COMPETENCY
1 UMB Ethics 2 B    
2 Pancasila 2 B    
3 Internship 3 C Ardiansyah, ST.,MTI This Job Training subject requires students to undertake apprenticeships in companies / industries in which the work areas are done is related to the field of IT work as the implementation of lecture material that has been studied and train ability communicate and coordinate in field work.
4 2D/3D Modelling* 3 C    

5

English 3 *

(Optional)

3 C    

6

Information Retrieval *

(Optional)

3 C

Dr. Sabar Rudiarto, M.Kom

This course studies procedures and methods for rediscovering stored information from relevant sources or collection of sources of information sought or required. With the action of indexing, searching, recalling. Students will learn text data processing techniques to rediscover information on text-shaped data. Lecture courses cover preliminary processing, feature extraction, calculation of text similarity level according to query input, and display search results. Advanced discussion is the technique of relevance feedback, classification and clustering of text to help users in search. Students will design, analyze and apply methods of information retrieval systems on real issues either independently or teamwork. 

7

Enterprise Resource Planning (Lab) *

(Optional)

3 C Leonard Goeirmanto, ST, M.Sc The lecturing courses on enterprise resources planning, ERP technology used in detail, development in the business world, ERP products on the world market and products used in the Indonesian market. Know the SAP product as one form of ERP, understand the modules used by the SAP system. Understand the relationship between the modules in SAP system.

8

Image Processing 

(DOC Data Solution Specialist)

3 C Drs. Achmad Kodar, MT This course of image processing discusses various concepts and techniques of image processing, tools used and implementation of image processing in the form of applications.

9

Machine Learning

(DOC Data Solution Specialist)

3 C    

10

VOIP Network *

(DOC Network Specialist)

3 C    

11

Parallel and Distributed Computing

(DOC Network Specialist)

3 C    

 

Credits

12/34

 

 

 

8th

NO COURSE NAME CREDIT MINIMUM GRADE  LECTURERS COMPETENCY
1 Thesis 6 B Ardiansyah, ST.,MTI Students are able to apply the systematic writing, research methodology and problem analysis in the final assignment and present a report presentation in front of an audience with national and international references
2

Mobile Programming IOS (Lab) *

(Optional)

3 C    

 

Credits

6