Syarat Kelulusan

Untuk menyelesaikan Program Sarjana di Program Studi Teknik Elektro UII dan lulusan dengan gelar Sarjana Teknik (S.T.), mahasiswa harus memenuhi beberapa persyaratan berikut:

  1. Telah menyelesaikan jumlah Satuan Kredit Semester (SKS) sejumlah 144 SKS, dimana dalam SKS tersebut telah termasuk SKS mata  kuliah wajib (129 SKS) dan SKS mata kuliah pilihan (minimal 15 SKS) yang pada umumnya dapat diselesaikan dalam kurun waktu 8 semester, dan
  2. Telah menyesaikan 60 SKS kegiatan Non-Akademik/Ekstrakurikuler sesuai dengan aturan UII yang berlaku.

Struktur Mata Kuliah

Kategori Mata Kuliah :

  • Mata Kuliah Sains / Basic Science course – 32 SKS (22,2%)
  • Mata Kuliah Teknik Elektro Inti/dasar / Electrical Engineering Core Course – 38 SKS (26,4%)
  • Mata Kuliah Teknik Elektro Lanjutan / Electrical Engineering Depth course – 26 SKS (18,1%)
  • Mata Kuliah Teknik Elektro dan Keluasannya / Electrical Engineering Breadth course – 15 SKS (10,4%)
  • Mata Kuliah Umum – 33 SKS (22,9%)

Mata Kuliah per Semester

Kegiatan Non-Akademik

Wajib

  • Studi Kedalaman tentang Nilai-nilai Keislaman (20 SKP)
  • Pengembangan Diri Quran’i (20 SKP)
  • Pelatihan untuk Pengembangan Diri (5 SKP)
  • Pelatihan Kepemimpinan dan Dakwah Islamiyah (5 SKP)
  • Gerbang Cendekia Elektro (3.5 SKP)

SKP = Satuan Kredit Partisipasi

Pilihan (Diinisiasi oleh Mahasiswa)

Khusus untuk kegiatan yang dilakukan berdasarkan inisiatif mahasiswa, silahkan merujuk pada “Peraturan dan Pedoman Pembinaan Kemahasiswaan UII”.

COURSE SYLLABUS

Course Identity

Course Name: Physics I
Course Code: STE113
Credit: 4
Course Method: Theory/Class and Tutorial
Department: Electrical Engineering
Level: Undergraduate
Semester: 1st
Prerequisite: -

Course Content

Magnitude and unit, important number, motion kinematics : straight motion ; regular straight motion; irregular straight motion, Dynamics motion : Newton’s law; pulley, power and energy : potential and kinetic energy, fluid

Supported Student Outcome

  1. Students are able to apply mathematics, natural sciences and/or material sciences, and information technology knowledge to acquire comprehensive understanding of electrical engineering principles (SO1)
  2. Students are able to demonstrate an understanding of the integrative principles of Islamic values in the expertise (SO15)

Course Learning Outcome

  1. Students are able to use quantities, units, and important number that are in accordance with International Standards (LO1)
  2. Students are able to apply kinematics and dynamics motion concepts to solve problems (LO2)
  3. Students are able to solve problems related to fluid in the field of physics (LO3)
  4. Students are able to calculate the power, work, and energy of an object (LO4)
  5. Students are able to apply the concepts of kinematics and dynamics of motion to the Islamic values (LO5)

SO-LO Mapping

  SO1 SO15
LO1 H  
LO2 H  
LO3 H  
LO4 H  
LO5   M

H: High, M: Medium

Reference

  1. K. Douglas. Oxford Studies in Philosophy of Science : Causations and Its Basis in Fundamental Physics. UK: Oxford University, 2013.
  2. B. Wolfgang, D. W. Gary. University Physics: With Modern Physics Volume 1. India: McGraw-Hill , 2011.
  3. D. Halliday, R. Resnick, J. Walker. Fundamental of Physics, 10th Edition. India: John Wiley & Sons, 2007.

COURSE SYLLABUS

Course Identity

Course Name : Introduction to Engineering Principle
Course Code : STE114
Credit : 3
Course Method : Theory/Class and Simulation
Department : Electrical Engineering
Level : Undergraduate
Semester : 1st
Prerequisite : -

Course Content

Engineering and Reverse Engineering Concept, Engineering Contributions, Long-life learning in Engineering, Electrical Engineering field compared with others, Engineering Math and Drawing, Soft skills: teamwork, oral and written communication, Engineering Ethics.

Supported Student Outcome

  1. Students are able to work within the multi-disciplines and multi-ethnic team. (SO4)
  2. Students are able to identify, to formulate, to analyze and to solve electrical engineering problems in the integrative approach. (SO5)
  3. Students are able to be responsible to society and to conduct professional ethics in providing electrical engineering solutions. (SO6)
  4. Students are able to communicate effectively both in oral and written (SO7)
  5. Students are able to have comprehensive knowledge of the impact of electrical engineering implementation in the economy, environment, and socio-cultural aspects. (SO8)
  6. Students are able to conduct long-life learning and to access information on the latest issues in electrical engineering and its related fields. (SO9)
  7. Students are able to plan, to complete and to evaluate task within a given framework. (SO11)
  8. Students are able to perform contributive roles to develop society. (SO16)
  9. Students are able to disseminate ideas and innovations of expertise in society. (SO18)

Course Learning Outcome

  1. Students are able to use the engineering concept to solve electrical engineering problems within a team and also report it with oral and written. (LO1)
  2. Students are able to model an engineering problem and convey the message clearly (LO2)
  3. Students understand the engineering, reverse engineering, and the contribution of engineering as well. (LO3)

SO-LO Mapping

SO4 SO5 SO6 SO7 SO8 SO9 SO11 SO16 SO18
LO1 H H H H M M
LO2 M
LO3 M H

H: High, M: Medium

Reference

  1. D. Dowling, R. Hadgart, A. Caerw, T. McCarthy, D. Hargreaves, & C. Bailie, Engineering your future: an Australasian Guide, John Willey and Sons, Australia, 2016
  2. P. Kosky, R. Balmer, W. Keat, & G. Wise, Exploring Engineering, Academic Press, Canada, 2010

COURSE SYLLABUS

Course Identity

Course Name: Physics II
Course Code: STE215
Credit: 4
Course Method: Theory/Class and Tutorial
Department: Electrical Engineering
Level: Undergraduate
Semester: 2nd
Prerequisite: -

Course Content

Oscillation and Mechanical Waves, thermodynamics, static electricity, voltage source, material resistivity, capasitor structure, inductance, capacitance

Supported Student Outcome

  1. Students are able to apply mathematics, natural sciences and/or material sciences, and information technology knowledge to acquire comprehensive understanding of electrical engineering principles (SO1)
  2. Students are able to demonstrate an understanding of the integrative principles of Islamic values in the expertise (SO15)

Course Learning Outcome

  1. Students are able to solve problems related to oscillations and mechanical waves (LO1)
  2. Students are able to solve problems related to thermodynamics (LO2)
  3. Students are able to solve problems related to magnetism and electricity (LO3)
  4. Students are able to apply the concepts of electric physics and thermodynamics to the Islamic values (LO4)

SO-LO Mapping

  SO1 SO15
LO1 H  
LO2 H  
LO3 H  
LO4   M

H: High, M: Medium

Reference

  1. K.Douglas. Oxford Studies in Philosophy of Science: Causations and Its Basis in Fundamental Physics. UK: Oxford University, 2013.
  2. P.K., Nug.  Basic and Applied Thermodynamics, Second Edition. India: Tata McGraw Hill Education Private Limited, 2010.
  3. H.J. Pain.  The Physics Of Vibrations And Waves, 6th Edition. India: John Wiley & Sons, 2005.

 

COURSE SYLLABUS

Course Identity

Course Name                    : Introduction to Electrical Engineering
Course Code                      : STE217
Credit                                  : 3
Course Method                 : Theory/Class, Software Simulation, and Laboratory Work
Department                       : Electrical Engineering
Level                                    : Undergraduate
Semester                            : 2nd
Prerequisite                       : -

Course Content

Benefits of electrical engineering for society, basic concepts of electricity (units, current and voltage, conductors and isolators, basic electric components), DC circuits and basic analysis, AC circuits (sinusoid signals and impedances).

Supported Student Outcome

  1. Students are able to identify, to formulate, to analyze and to solve electrical engineering problems in integrative approach (SO5)
  2. Students are able to be responsible to the society and to conduct professional ethics in providing electrical engineering solutions (SO6)
  3. Students are able to have comprehensive knowledge on the impact of electrical engineering implementation in economy, environment and socio-cultural aspects (SO8)
  4. Students are able to demonstrate an understanding of the integrative principles of Islamic values in the expertise (SO15)
  5. Students are able to perform contributive roles to develop society (SO16)

Course Learning Outcome

  1. Students are able to explain basic concepts of electricity (LO1)
  2. Students are able to analyze DC circuits (LO2)
  3. Students are able to explain AC circuits (LO3)
  4. Students are able to explain the implementation of electrical engineering in society with consideration of economic, environment, and socio-culture impacts and fulfillment of professional ethics (LO4)

SO-LO Mapping

  SO5 SO6 SO8 SO15 SO16
LO1 H
LO2 H
LO3 H
LO4 M H H M

H: High, M: Medium

Reference

COURSE SYLLABUS

Course Identity

Course Name : Electric Circuit
Course Code : STE321
Credit : 5
Course Method : Theory/Class and Laboratory Work
Department : Electrical Engineering
Level : Undergraduate
Semester : 3rd
Prerequisite : Introduction to Electrical Engineering; Physics 2

Course Content

Energy-storage element, transient on first and second order DC circuits, steady-state AC circuits, circuit’s frequency response, resonant circuits, two-port network model.

Supported Student Outcome

  1. Students are able to apply mathematics, natural sciences and/or material sciences, and information technology knowledge to acquire a comprehensive understanding of electrical engineering principles (SO1)
  2. Students are able to design and conduct experiments and to analyze and interpret data for supporting technical appraisal (SO2)
  3. Students are able to identify, to formulate, to analyze and to solve electrical engineering problems in integrative approach (SO5)
  4. Students are able to communicate effectively both in oral and written (SO7)

Course Learning Outcome

  1. Students are able to calculate the complete response of the DC circuit (LO1)
  2. Students are able to perform steady-state analysis of AC circuit (LO2)
  3. Students are able to model circuits with a two-port circuit model (LO3)
  4. Students are able to perform experiments of circuits at steady-state and transient (LO4)

SO-LO Mapping

SO1 SO2 SO5 SO7
LO1 H
LO2 H
LO3 H
LO4 H M

H: High, M: Medium

Reference

  1. J.A. Svoboda and R.C. Dorf. Introduction to Electric Circuits 9th Edition. Hoboken, NJ: John Willey & Son, Inc., 2014.
  2. C. K. Alexander and M. N. O. Sadiku. Fundamentals of Electric Circuits 5th Edition. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill, 2013.

COURSE SYLLABUS

Course Identity

Course Name : Power System Operation and Control
Course Code : STE942
Credit : 3
Course Method : Theory/Class and Software Simulation
Department : Electrical Engineering
Level : Undergraduate
Semester : 7th / 8th (elective)
Prerequisite : Electrical Power System

Course Content

Economic dispatch, power system security, power system steady-state stability, power system transient stability, load frequency control, automatic voltage regulator.

Supported Student Outcome

  1. Students are able to communicate effectively both in oral and written (SO7)
  2. Students are able to conduct life-long learning and to access information on the latest issues in electrical engineering and its related fields (SO9)
  3. Students are able to demonstrate an understanding of the integrative principles of Islamic values in the expertise (SO15)

Course Learning Outcome

  1. Students are able to apply the optimization principle in power system (LO1)
  2. Students are able to analyze the contingency effect on power system security (LO2)
  3. Students are able to analyze power system stability upon disturbance occurrence (LO3)
  4. Students are able to apply closed-loop control in the power system (LO4)

SO-LO Mapping

SO7 SO9 SO15
LO1 M H H
LO2 M H
LO3 M H
LO4 M H

H: High, M: Medium

Reference

  1. A. J. Wood, B. F. Wollenberg, and G. B. Sheble. Power Generation, Operation, and Control 3rd Ed. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2014.
  2. J. D. Glover, M. S. Sarma, & T. J. Overbye, Power System Analysis and Design (SI) 5th Ed., Stamford, CT: Cengage Learning, 2012.
  3. H. Saadat, Power System Analysis 3rd Ed., Milwaukee, WI: PSA Publishing, 2011.
  4. J. Machowski, J. W. Bialek, and J. R. Bumby. Power System Dynamics: Stability and Control 2nd Ed. Chicester, UK: John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., 2008.

COURSE SYLLABUS

Course Identity

Course Name: Medical Signal Processing
Course Code: STE969
Credit: 3
Course Method: Theory/Class and Simulation
Department: Electrical Engineering
Level: Undergraduate
Semester: 7th / 8th
Prerequisite: Digital Signal Processing

Course Content

Introduction to medical signal processing, Review of digital signal processing, ECG and HRV features extractions, EEG and its features extractions, auscultation and features extractions.

Supported Student Outcome

  1. Students are able to design and conduct experiments and to analyze and interpret data for supporting the technical appraisal. (SO2)
  2. Students are able to work within the multi-disciplines and multi-ethnics team. (SO4)
  3. Students are able to communicate effectively both in oral and written (SO7)
  4. Students are able to conduct long-life learning and to access information on the latest issues in electrical engineering and its related fields. (SO9)
  5. Students are able to demonstrate an understanding of the integrative principles of Islamic values in their expertise. (SO15)

Course Learning Outcome

  1. Students are able to develop a software/function to analyze the medical signals in teamwork with different backgrounds. (LO1)
  2. Students are able to use current technologies to find and obtain new information related to the biomedical algorithm processes efficiently. (LO2)
  3. Students are able to explain the advantages of the physiological/biological system on human as one of God’s gift. (LO3)
  4. Students are able to write a report of medical signal processing works and present the results according to the scientific aspects. (LO4)

SO-LO Mapping

  SO2 SO4 SO7 SO9 SO15
LO1 H H      
LO2       M  
LO3         M
LO4 H   H    

H: High, M: Medium

Reference

  1. M. Rangayyan, Biomedical Signal Analysis, Mississauga, CA: John Wiley & Sons, 2015.
  2. Bruce Eugene N., Biomedical Signal Processing and Signal Modeling, Mississauga, CA: John Wiley & Sons, 2001.