Study Program Description
Mechanical Engineering is a scientific field that studies the basic principles of physics for the analysis, design, manufacture, and maintenance of a mechanical system. After the industrial revolution in Europe, mechanical engineering began to develop as a science and increasingly developed along with the rapid development of physical science.
With the rapid development of this knowledge, the Mechanical Engineering study program, Faculty of Engineering and Informatics, Dian Nusantara University is one of the study programs that is quite in demand and much needed in the industrial world with a high level of competition because it has very wide job opportunities. This study program aims to produce graduates who have a strong basic knowledge of engineering so that they are able to design, manufacture, use, analyze, and manage machines and systems related to machinery.
The above achievements are obtained through knowledge that focuses on energy conversion, construction and design, material technology and material processing as well as manufacturing production process technology and automated systems by providing basic operational and managerial knowledge on system management and technology in industry.
The graduate profile of the Mechanical Engineering Study Program is expected to become a designer/designer in the field of mechanics and consultant, as a manager, as a researcher, as an academic, and as an entrepreneur.
Concentration or specialization in Mechanical Engineering Study Program :
- Energy Conversion
- Construction and Design
- Material Technology and Material Processing
- Manufacturing and Automation Production Process Technology
Mechanical Engineering Study Program is fronted by 9 permanent lecturers who have national lecturer identification numbers (NIDN) with master/S2 qualifications and have academic positions. Lecturers consist of teaching staff to head lectors and certified educators.
The length of study is 8 (eight) semesters or 4 (four) years.
Requirements to enter the Mechanical Engineering Study Program are graduates of SMA IPA/IPS, similar SMK, and D3 and accept transfer students.
Study Program Vision and Mission
“To become a trusted and professional study program with a global perspective, to meet the needs of industry and entrepreneurship based on science and technology in the fields of energy conversion, metallurgy and materials processing, machine construction, and manufacturing and production processes. automation by 2030”.
- Organizing teaching, research, and community service in the fields of energy conversion, metallurgy and material processing, machine construction, and manufacturing and automation production processes that are of high 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 fields of energy conversion, metallurgy and material processing, machine construction, and manufacturing and automation production processes.
- Provide facilities and infrastructure to support teaching and learning processes in the fields of energy conversion, metallurgy and material processing, machine construction, and manufacturing and automation production processes 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 cooperation and synergistic relationships with all stakeholders in the mechanical field.
Study Program Objectives
- Producing graduates who are smart, noble, ethical, competent, and highly competitive and able to develop science and technology in the fields of energy conversion, metallurgy and material processing, machine construction, and manufacturing and automation production processes, both at national and global levels .
- Producing superior research and innovation that drives the development of science and technology in the fields of energy conversion, metallurgy and material processing, machine construction, and manufacturing and automation production processes on a national and global scale;
- Producing community service as a result of educational and research activities in the fields of energy conversion, metallurgy and material processing, machine construction, and manufacturing and automation production processes 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.
Study Program Target
- The creation of a conducive academic atmosphere supported by the entire academic community
- Producing graduates in study programs who are able to work professionally and independently
- Availability of facilities and infrastructure in the implementation of the teaching and learning process
- The realization of a trusted governance system according to university standards guided by the national standards of Higher Education National
- The realization of synergistic collaboration with various stakeholders in improving the quality of the activities of the Tridharma of Higher Education
Why Choose Mechanical Engineering Study Program?
Based on experience that many graduates have devoted themselves and played a role in various fields in supporting national development, including in the field of energy generation, utilization, and conservation such as in Power Plants (PLTA, PLTG, PLTU, PLTGU, PLTD, etc.). ), design of heating systems, air conditioning/refrigeration systems, refrigeration, cryogenics, and the field of construction services and system management and technology in the automotive, construction, manufacturing and metal industries. In addition, a Mechanical Engineering graduate can also take part in the transportation sector of the automotive, oil and gas industries, heavy machinery, planning consultants, educational institutions, research institutions, and other industries as well as entrepreneurs/entrepreneurs in the mechanical and electrical fields.
Besides that, a lucrative salary in engineering is a special attraction, including mechanical engineering. This is one of the factors when most high school graduates will choose the desired major and one of the study programs/departments that offers many opportunities is mechanical engineering. This course is very promising because many companies are in need of mechanical engineers. With the qualifications you have, you will have no difficulty treading the world of work and have the opportunity to become an entrepreneur.
Mechanical Engineering Study Program Curriculum
The curriculum of the Mechanical Engineering Study Program is structured according to the needs of the industrial world which refers to applicable government regulations and is based on the KKNI, which combines competencies from aspects of hard skills and soft skills. The curriculum of the Mechanical Engineering Study Program is called the 2022 curriculum and MBKM (Independent Learning and Independent Campus).
Table Distribution of Courses Per Semester
Curriculum 2022 (MBKM Regular)
- Occupational Health and Safety (K3) (EL)
- Industrial Chemistry (SA)
- Math 1
- Physics 1 + Practical
- Indonesian (EL)
- Pancasila (EL)
- Technique Drawing + Practice
- Machine Drawing + CAD
- Creativity and Innovation (EL) (SA)
- Physics 2 + Practical
- Character Education (EL)
- Entrepreneurship 1 (EL)
- Mathematics Engineering 1
- Technical Materials + Practical. Material Test
- Mathematics Engineering 2
- Material and Process Selection
- Computers & Programmers. + Practice. (SA)
- Entrepreneurship 2 (EL)
- English 1 (EL)
- Religious Education (EL)
- Structural Statistics
- Pros. Manufacturing Production. + Practice. (SA)
- Machine Element 1
- Thermodynamics (EL)
- Statistics and Probability
- Citizenship (EL)
- English 2 (EL)
- Mechanics of Material Strength
- Kinematics and Dynamics of Machinery
- Machine Element 2 (SA)
- Fluid Mechanics (EL)
- Measurement Engineering & Instrumentation (EL)
- Methods and Numerical Analysis
- Electric Power Engineering + Practical (EL)
- Energy Conversion (EL) Machine
- Concept Design and Modeling (EL)
- Heat and Mass Transfer
- Metrology & Quality Control (EL)
- Research Methodology
- Mechanical Vibration (SA)
- Choice-1 Specialization
- Professional Ethics (EL)
- Practice Work
- Environmental Engineering and EIA (EL)
- Practice Achievements and Phenomena. Dsr Machine
- Control Systems & Mechatronics (EL) Engineering
- Choice-2 Specialization (SA)
- Choice-3 Specialization
- Manaj. HR and Hk. Labor (EL)
Elective Concentration/Specialization Courses
- Refrigeration System and Engineering
- Computing and Model Design (CFD)
- Energy Management and Audit
- Plumbing Engineering and Systems
- System and Techno. Fuel Motor
- Lifting Machine
- Finite Element Method
- Pneumatic and Hydraulic Systems
- Vehicle Engineering
- Construction Engineering
Metallurgy & Materials Processing
- Material Corrosion and Protection
- Welding Technique
- Ferrous Metallurgy
- Non-Ferrous Metallurgy
- Failure Analysis
Production Process Manufacturing & Automation
- Nano and Micro Process Technology
- Robotics and System Automation Prod. Manu.
- CAD/CAM and CNC Programming
- French. & Product Control
- Product Design
- Alternative and Renewable Energy
- Steam, Gas and Propulsion Systems
- Building Mechanical
- Thermal System Design Optimization
- Bio Energy
- Building Management
- Computing and Model Design (solid)
- Fault and fatigue mechanics
- Experimental Stress Analysis
- Advanced Material Strength Mechanics
Metallurgy & Materials Processing
- Metal Forming
- Material Damage Analysis
- Composite Systems and Technologies
- Welding Technology & Systems
- Powder Metallurgy
Production Process Manufacturing & Automation
- Factory Layout Planning
- Production Optimization
- Production Management
- Advanced Production Techniques
- Computerized Integrated Manufacturing System
The Independent Learning Campus Independent Curriculum (MBKM) is carried out in semesters 5, 6 and 7 which can be chosen or taken by giving freedom to students to study according to their wishes in developing competencies outside their field of study. The implementation of MBKM is as follows:
- In Semester 5, MBKM is carried out as many as 20 credits in one semester, namely studying outside the study program within the university.
- In Semester 6 MBKM is carried out as many as (20 to 40) credits in one or two semesters according to the study program or outside the study program outside the university.
- In Semester 7, MBKM is carried out as many as (20 to 40) credits in one or two semesters outside of tertiary institutions in the form of a choice of activities, including:
- Industrial Internships
- Student Exchange
- Teaching in Education Unit
- Research Activities
- Humanity Project
- Entrepreneurial Activities
- Independent Studies/Projects
- Building a Village/Real Work College
- Defend the Country
- Contact Person : Komarudin, ST, MT – 081317001963
- Email : [email protected]