Civil Engineering

  1. Study Program Description
    Civil Engineering is a field of engineering that studies planning/design, development, manufacturing, management/management, and conservation which includes road infrastructure, building structures, bridges, dams, airports, seaports, and various other public facilities. The branch of civil engineering consists of building structures, geotechnical, construction management, hydrology/irrigation, and transportation. The Undira Civil Engineering Study Program is targeted to produce engineering graduates who are intelligent and able to design and analyze elements and systems in the field of civil engineering using analytical, computational, and/or experimental basic tools and have the attitude, understand and be aware of professional and ethical responsibilities, and superior character in accordance with the challenges of the profession and the environment of service.
    The Civil Engineering Branch consists of;
    • Building Structure
    • Geotechnics
    • Construction Management
    • Hydrology/Waterwork
    • Transportation
  2. Study Program Vision and Mission
    Vision
    “To become a trusted and professional study program with a global perspective, to meet the needs of the industrial world and entrepreneurship based on science and technology in civil engineering by 2030.”
    Mission
    • Organizing teaching, research, and community service in the field of civil engineering that are quality, reliable and professional.
    • Developing students' abilities and skills through various activities to meet the needs of industry and entrepreneurship on an ongoing basis in the field of civil engineering.
    • Providing facilities and infrastructure to support the teaching and learning process in the field of civil engineering based on the latest technology that is appropriate to exceed the quality standards of National Higher Education.
    • Implementing effective and efficient study program management through a harmonious and productive work environment.
    • Building synergistic cooperation and relationships with all stakeholders in the field of civil engineering.
  3. Study Program Objectives
    • Producing graduates who are intelligent, noble, ethical, competent, and highly competitive and able to develop science and technology in civil engineering, both at national and global levels.
    • Producing superior research and innovations that encourage the development of science and technology in civil engineering on a national and global scale.
    • Producing community service as a result of educational and research activities in the field of civil engineering in order to help empower the community to be able to solve problems intelligently, independently and sustainably.
    • Realizing the independence of study programs that are adaptive, creative, proactive, and qualified to the demands of technological developments that have an impact on the realization of good university governance.
  4. Study Program Target
    • Improved academic quality and competency of graduates as reflected in the accuracy of study completion, cumulative achievement index and long waiting period.
    • Absorption of all graduates in the world of work and industry.
    • The research results of the Civil Engineering Study Program are utilized in the community.
    • An increase in the number of researches produced by the Civil Engineering Study Program.
    • An increase in the number of scientific works of lecturers and/or students published in national and/or international accredited journals.
    • An increase in the number of community service activities carried out by the Civil Engineering Study Program.
    • Increasing stakeholder trust in the Civil Engineering Study Program.
    • Increasing number of study program enthusiasts.
    • Improved the quality of the study program management information system.
    • Improved welfare of lecturers and study program education staff.
    • The implementation of a study program management system that is credible, accountable, transparent, responsible, and fair.
    • The achievement of improving the quality and quantity of infrastructure for the implementation of Tridharma in the study program.
    • Achieving a proportional ratio of the number of lecturers and students of the study program. The quality of the management and implementation of PD-Dikti reporting every semester.
  5. Why Choose Civil Engineering Study Program?
    a. Profile of Graduates of Civil Engineering Study Program.
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    Graduate Profile
    Description of Graduate Profile
    1
    Planning Expert
    Able to conduct in-depth studies related to phenomena in the field of civil engineering in an effort to explore knowledge. Able to carry out activities in a team or individually to solve problems related to civil engineering. Able to publish findings and work results both as a team and individually.
    2
    Implementing Expert
    Able to identify problems in the field of civil engineering and make solutions to these problems. Able to analyze design calculations based on applicable analytical standards. Able to perform job cost analysis. Able to visualize the results of the design in accordance with engineering rules.
    3
    Researcher
    Able to conduct in-depth studies related to phenomena in the field of civil engineering in an effort to explore knowledge. Able to carry out activities in a team or individually to solve problems related to civil engineering. Able to publish findings and work results both as a team and individually.
    4
    Academics
    Have the ability to convey knowledge, analyze and examine problems, have quality, based on scientific principles, procedures and ethics in order to produce solutions, ideas and manage lifelong self-learning in the field of Civil Engineering and be able to publish findings and results of work both in a team as well as individuals.
    5
    Entrepreneur/Technopreneur
    Have the ability to adapt, work together, build and develop networks, think creatively, be creative, contribute, innovate and have a technopreneur spirit in applying science and technology to social life and be able to play a role as a global citizen with a global perspective and create new jobs independently

    b. Civil Engineering Job Prospects
    1. Geotechnical Engineer
    2. Fire Engineer
    3. CAD Technician
    4. Structural Engineer
    5. Transport Engineer
    6. Rail Systems Engineer
    7. Water Resource Engineer
    8. Surveyors
    9. Construction Engineer
    10. Coastal Engineer
    11. Design Engineer
    12. Commissioning Engineer
    13. Site Engineer
    1. Highway Engineer
    2. Traffic Engineer
    3. Civil Estimator
    4. Project Engineer
    5. Project Manager
    6. Quality Control Engineer
    7. Construction Consultant
    8. Entrepreneur
    9. TNI
    10. PNS
    11. Teacher / Lecturer
    12. SOEs
  6. Mechanical Engineering Study Program Curriculum
    IMPLEMENTATION OF STUDENTS' LEARNING RIGHTS FOLLOWING MBKM
    MBKM Implementation Model

    The MBKM curriculum design model for study programs at universities is as follows:
    • students are given the facility to take courses in their own study program, for a minimum of 4 semesters or equivalent to 84 credits or more and a maximum of 11 semesters.
    • The courses taken in the study program itself are core courses that must be taken as discipline courses in the study program which will directly support the achievement of the main profile of the study program and or other required courses.
    • Students are given the facility to be able to take courses in other study programs within or outside the faculties at the University, for one semester or the equivalent of 20 credits.
    • The courses taken in other study programs as referred to in point 3 are intended in addition to supporting the fulfillment of learning outcomes and profiles of study program graduates, as well as to provide expansion or enrichment of student competencies according to their future needs, interests and talents.
    • Students are given facilities between 1 to 2 semesters or equivalent to 20 to 40 credits to take courses in the same study program or different study programs outside the University and or carry out other activities outside of Higher Education which will be described separately.< /li>
    • The courses taken in the same study program and different study programs as referred to in point 5, are intended to strengthen understanding of scientific disciplines and support the fulfillment of learning outcomes in the profile of graduate study programs, as well as to provide an expansion of the competencies that students want to have.< /li>
    • Activities outside of tertiary institutions are aimed at gaining deepening of competence and gaining a more real learning experience in society, business, industry and employment.
    • Schematically the design of curriculum implementation to fulfill student rights is developed at the university.
The list of distribution of courses in the semester of the Civil Engineering Study Program is shown in the table; (Attached)

 
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