Electrical Engineering
Universitas Dian Nusantara / Academic Program / Faculty of Engineering and Informatics / Electrical Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Universitas Dian Nusantara / Academic Program / Faculty of Engineering and Informatics / Electrical Engineering
Faculty of Engineering and Informatics
Study Program Description
Electrical Engineering is one of the fields of engineering science that studies electrical phenomena that occur in a network system. The electrical phenomenon in question occurs due to the interaction of electrons in an element. This interaction can cause changes in voltage, current, or electric power. The utilization of this electrical phenomenon is widely studied in the Electrical Engineering Study Program. Therefore, what is learned is not only about the concept of electricity, but also the use, design, development of technology, to its application in everyday life.
The curriculum in the Undira Electrical Engineering Study Program - S1 provides a total of 144 credits spread over 51 courses that can be taken for 8 semesters (4 years). In the third year (semester 6) students are given the opportunity to choose one of the three specializations/concentrations offered. The three concentrations offered are:
  • Telecommunication Engineering
    To study electrical phenomena that occur in telecommunications networks which have the main purpose of transmitting information signals from the sender (transmitter) to the receiver (receiver) within a certain distance.
  • Electronics
    Learning electrical phenomena that occur in electronic circuits resulting from interactions between electronic components.
  • Electrical Power Engineering
    Studying electrical phenomena that occur in strong current power grid systems, from generation, distribution, to consumption of electric power.
Knowledge and expertise that can be obtained from the Electrical Engineering Study Program include: understanding in the application of mathematics and physics, the ability to design a system, the ability to experiment, the ability to perform analysis, and the ability to solve problems in the field of engineering engineering.
The Electrical Engineering Study Program is managed by 8 experienced lecturers who all have a National Lecturer Identification Number (NIDN) with master's (S2) and doctoral (S3) qualifications who already have academic positions.

  1. Study Program Vision and Mission
    Vision
    “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 telecommunications, electronics, and electric power engineering by 2030”
    Mission
    • Organizing teaching, research, and community service in the fields of telecommunications, electronics, and electric power 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 fields of telecommunications engineering, electronics, and electrical power engineering.
    • Provide facilities and infrastructure to support teaching and learning processes in the field of telecommunications, electronics, and electrical power 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 cooperation and synergistic relationships with all stakeholders in the electrical sector.
  2. Study Program Objectives
    • Producing graduates who are intelligent, noble, ethical, competent, and highly competitive and able to develop science and technology in the fields of telecommunications engineering, electronics, and electric power engineering, both at national and global levels.
    • Producing superior research and innovations that encourage the development of science and technology in the fields of telecommunications engineering, electronics, and electric power engineering on a national and global scale.
    • Producing community service as a result of educational and research activities in the fields of telecommunications engineering, electronics, and electrical power 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.
  3. Study Program Target
    • The creation of a conducive academic atmosphere is 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 Higher Education National Standard.
    • The realization of synergistic cooperation with various stakeholders in improving the quality of the activities of the Tridharma of Higher Education.
  4. Values (VIP)
    • Visionary: able to innovate and see far ahead without being limited by space and time, able to read potential and synergize it, and have the right strategy and able to provide motivation.
    • Integrity: Honest, responsible, and consistent in all actions to achieve goals.
    • Professional: Work in accordance with the protocols, rules, ethics, and regulations that apply in the field he is in.
  5. Why Choose the Electrical Engineering Study Program?
    • Electrical Engineering graduates are needed in almost all industry lines to handle various electrical problems.
    • The current world trend is towards electrification with the aim of energy efficiency through the use of new and renewable energy.
    • The development of telecommunications technology from year to year continues to increase both in terms of services and infrastructure.
    • The Industrial Age 4.0 encourages the use of increasingly sophisticated automated devices and robotics technology.
    • The potential for broad research topics that open up research opportunities to get updates in the field of engineering.
  6. Electrical Engineering Study Program Curriculum
    The curriculum of the Electrical 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 Electrical Engineering Study Program is called the 2022 curriculum and MBKM (Independent Learning and Independent Campus).
    The Independent Learning Campus Independent Curriculum (MBKM) is carried out in semesters 5, 6 and 7 which can be chosen or taken by giving students the freedom to study according to their wishes in developing competencies outside their field of study. The implementation of the MBKM is as follows:


    Distribution Table of Courses Per Semester
    2022 Curriculum (Regular)

    Semester 1
    • Rangkaian Listrik 1
      Electric Circuit 1
    • Pancasila Pancasila
      (National Ideology)
    • Bahasa Indonesia
      Indonesian Language
    • Matematika 1
      Mathematics 1
    • Fisika 1
      Physics 1
    • Gambar Teknik
      Engineering Drawing
    • Kalkulus 1
      Calculus 1
    Semester 2
    • Dasar Elektronika
      Basic Electronics
    • Pendidikan Karakter
      Character Building
    • Kewirausahaan 1
      Entrepreneurship 1
    • Fisika 2
      Physics 2
    • Matematika 2
      Mathematics 2
    • Rangkaian Listrik 2
      Electric Circuit 2
    • Kalkulus 2
      Calculus 2
    Semester 3
    • Rangkaian Logika
      Logic Circuit
    • Kewirausahaan 2
      Entrepreneurship 2
    • Pendidikan Agama
      Religion Education
    • Teori Medan
      Field Theory
    • Bahasa Inggris 1
      English 1
    • Pengantar Komputer & IT
      Introduction to Computer & IT
    • Kalkulus 3
      Calculus 3
    Semester 4
    • Dasar Tenaga Elektrik
      Basic Electric Power
    • Dasar Telekomunikasi
      Basic Telecommunication
    • Rangkaian Elektronika
      Electronics Circuit
    • Bahasa Inggris 2
      English 2
    • Kewarganegaraan
      Citizenship
    • Instalasi Listrik
      Electrical Installation
    • KTeori dan Analisis Sistem Linier
      Linear System Analysis and Theory
    Semester 5
    • Transduser
      Transducer
    • Probabilitas dan Statistika
      Probability and Statistics
    • Mikrokontroller
      Microcontroller
    • Dasar Sistem Kontrol
      Basic Control System
    • Pengetahuan Besaran Elektrik
      Electrical Unit Science
    • Organisasi & Arsitektur Komputer
      Computer Architecture and Organization
    • Elektronika Analog
      Analog Electronics
    Konsentrasi Teknik Telekomunikasi
    Semester 6
    • Elektronika Telekomunikasi
      Telecommunication Electronics
    • Komunikasi Digital
      Digital Communication
    • Sistem Pemrosesan Sinyal
      Signal Processing System
    • Teknik Penyambungan
      Splicing Techniques
    • Antenna dan Propagasi
      Antenna and Propagation
    • Metode Penelitian
      Research Methods
    • Kerja Praktek
      Internship
    Semester 7
    • Sistem Jaringan & Telekomunikasi
      Telecommunications and Network System
    • Pengolahan Sinyal Digital
      Digital Signal Processing
    • Kinerja Sistem Telekomunikasi
      Telecommunication System Performance
    • Teknik Radio dan Televisi
      Radio and Television Engineering
    • Teknik Gelombang Mikro
      Microwave Engineering
    • Teknologi Informasi dan Multimedia
      Multimedia and Information Technology
    • Selular
      Cellular
    Semester 8
    • Sistem Jaringan Telekomunikasi Lanjut
      Advanced Telecommunications Network System
    • Tugas Akhir Skripsi
      Final Project
    Electronics Concentration
    Semester 6
    • Elektronika Telekomunikasi
      Telecommunication Electronics
    • Komunikasi Digital
      Digital Communication
    • Sistem Pemrosesan Sinyal
      Signal Processing System
    • Elektronika Optik
      Optical Electronics
    • Perancangan Rangkaian Terintegrasi
      Integrated Circuit Design
    • Metode Penelitian
      Research Methods
    • Kerja Praktek
      Internship
    Semester 7
    • Sistem Fabrikasi Mikroelektronik
      Microelectronic Fabrication System
    • Pengolahan Sinyal Digital
      Digital Signal Processing
    • Teknologi Informasi dan Multimedia
      Multimedia and Information Technology
    • Instrumentasi Elektronika
      Electronics Instrumentation
    • Teknik Radio dan Televisi
      Radio and Television Engineering
    • Komponen Elektronika Industri
      Industrial Electronics Components
    • Pengolahan Citra
      Image Processing
    Semester 8
    • Elektronika Medis
      Medical Electronics
    • Tugas Akhir Skripsi
      Final Project
    Electric Power Concentration
    Semester 6
    • Analisis Sistem Tenaga
      Power System Analysis
    • Sistem Pembangkit
      Power Generation System
    • Mesin Elektrik
      Electric Machine
    • Teknik Tegangan Tinggi
      High Voltage Engineering
    • Distribusi Daya Elektrik
      Electric Power Distribution
    • Metode Penelitian
      Research Methods
    • Kerja Praktek
      Internship
    Semester 7
    • Teori Gardu Induk
      Substation Theory
    • Elektronika Daya
      Power Electronics
    • Transmisi Daya Elektrik
      Electric Power Transmission
    • Transformator
      Transformator
    • Teknologi Informasi dan Multimedia
      Multimedia and Information Technology
    • Proteksi Tenaga Elektrik
      Electric Power Protection
    • Teknik Otomasi Sistem Tenaga
      Automatic Power System Engineering
    Semester 8
    • Energi Alternatif
      Alternative Energy
    • Tugas Akhir Skripsi
      Final Project

    The Independent Learning Campus Independent Curriculum (MBKM) is carried out in semesters 5, 6 and 7 which can be chosen or taken by giving students the freedom to study according to their wishes in developing competencies outside their field of study. The implementation of the MBKM is as follows:
    1. In Semester 5, MBKM is carried out as many as 20 credits in one semester, namely studying outside the study program in the original university.
    2. In Semester 6, MBKM is carried out (20 - 40 credits) in one or two semesters according to the study program or outside the study program outside the original university.
    3. In Semester 7, MBKM is carried out (20 - 40 credits) in one or two semesters outside of the original university, with the 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
  7. Contact Person / Email
    Erfiana Wahyuningsih : 085694558185, email : [email protected]
  8. YouTube Electrical Engineering Study Program      : https://youtu.be/TvtYk7Ul-r8
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