Curriculum Summary

The main characteristic of the 2019 Curriculum is competency-based learning or outcome based education (OBE). In a competency-based curriculum, the starting point of the curriculum is to formulate the achievements that graduates must achieve or better known as graduate profiles. This graduate profile is then described in more detail in the graduate learning outcomes (CPL). For this reason, every course given must support the achievement of this CPL. Each subject has a CPMK (course learning outcomes) which correlates with CPL.

The main objectives of the 2019 Curriculum are in line with the objectives of the Undergraduate Electrical Engineering Study Program, namely producing qualified graduates in the field of electrical engineering, transferring knowledge (transfer of knowledge) to students, producing innovations in the field of electrical engineering, and producing new technologies that provide solutions to problems there is to improve community welfare to gain excellence in community service. In determining the CPL in the 2019 curriculum, the guidelines from FORTEI, IABEE and ABET have been considered. The main competencies are achieved from mastery of basic subjects, laboratory and field practice, research, and subject mastery of concepts in each of the Specialization Areas. The study program must carry out all components related to main competencies.

Profile of Graduates and CPL

To produce quality graduates, the Electrical Engineering Study Program establishes a profile of graduates who are expected to become independent professionals. In order for the resulting graduates to have competitiveness in the world of work, the Electrical Engineering Study Program conforms to the competency standards of graduates stated in the graduate profile and graduate learning outcomes (CPL). Graduate profiles are often referred to as educational objective (PEO) programs, while graduate learning outcomes (CPL) are often referred to as program outcomes (PO). The profile of the graduates of the Electrical Engineering Study Program at UNS includes three important aspects:

1. Graduates of the Electrical Engineering study program UNS have superior competencies in the field of Electrical Engineering.

2. A graduate of the Electrical Engineering study program at UNS promotes professionalism and has a superior work ethic

3. Graduates of the Electrical Engineering study program UNS are able to communicate well and have leadership characteristics

This graduate profile is then broken down in more detail into the ten graduate learning outcomes (Capaian Pembelajaran Lulusan CPL, Ind). Table 2 shows the relationship between graduate profiles and CPL. Graduates of the Electrical Engineering Study Program UNS can choose the path they are interested in, including becoming professional engineers, academics, management, researchers and technopreneurs.

Code Short Description CPL Description
CPL01 Proficient in engineering Able to apply knowledge of mathematics, natural and / or material sciences, information technology and engineering to gain a thorough understanding of the principles of electrical engineering.
CPL02 Able to Design Able to design components, systems and / or processes to meet expected needs within realistic boundaries in the field of Electrical engineering.
CPL03 Experiment and data analysis Able to design and carry out laboratory and / or field experiments and analyze and interpret data to strengthen technical judgments.
CPL04 Troubleshooting Able to identify, formulate, analyze and solve electrical engineering problems.
CPL05 Mastering the methods and tools Able to apply modern electrical engineering methods, skills and tools needed for engineering practice.
CPL06 Communication Able to communicate effectively both orally and in writing.
CPL07 Project management Able to plan, complete and evaluate tasks within existing boundaries.
CPL08 Able to cooperate Able to work in cross-disciplinary and cross-cultural teams.
CPL09 Having ethics and professionalism Able to be responsible to society and comply with professional ethics in solving electrical engineering problems.
CPL10 Lifelong learning Able to understand the need for lifelong learning, including access to knowledge related to relevant current issues.

Course Summary

Semester 1
Code Subjects Credits Prerequisite Co-requisite
EE0101-19 Calculus I 3    
EE0102-19 Basic Physics I 3
EE0103-19 Descrete Mathematics and Logic 3  
EE0104-19 Linear Algebra 3  
EE0105-19 Chemistry 2
EE0106-19 Philosophy of science 2
EE0107-19 Basic Programming and Laboratory 3
EE0108-19 Electrical Engineering Student Orientaion 1
Total 20
Semester 2
Code Subjects Credits Prerequisite Co-requisite
EE0201-19 Calculus II 3 EE0101-19
EE0202-19 Basic Physics II 3 EE0102-19
EE0203-19 Basic Physics Laboratory 1 EE0102-19 EE0202-19
EE0204-19 Probability and Statistics 3
EE0205-19 Electrical Circuit I 2 EE0202-19
EE0206-19 Computer Architecturer and Organization 2
EE0207-19 Digital System 2 EE0103-19
EE0208-19 Creative Project I 1 EE0108-19
EE0209-19 Fundamental Electronic Laboratory I 1 EE0205-19
EE0210-19 Digital System Laboratory 1 EE0207-19
Total 19
Semester 3
Code Subjects Credits Prerequisite Co-requisite
EE0301-19 Numerical Methods 3
EE0302-19 Engineering Mathematics I 3 EE0201-19
EE0303-19 Electromagnetic Field 3 EE0201-19, EE0202-19
EE0304-19 Fundamental of Electronic 2 EE0205-19
EE0305-19 Electrical Circuit II 2 EE0205-19
EE0306-19 Signal and System 2 EE0201-19, EE0205-19
EE0307-19 Fundamental of Electrical Drives 2 EE0205-19 EE0303-19
EE0308-19 Creative Project II 1 EE0208-19
EE0309-19 Fundamental Electronic Laboratory II 1 EE0209-19 EE0304-19, EE0306-19
Total 19
Semester 4
Code Subjects Credits Prerequisite Co-requisite
EE0401-19 Engineering Mathematics II 3 EE0201-19
EE0402-19 Instrumentation 2 EE0304-19 EE0403-19
EE0403-19 Analog Electronics 2 EE0304-19, EE0305-19
EE0404-19 Fundamental of Telecommunication 2 EE0204-19, EE0303-19, EE0306-19
EE0405-19 Electrical Power Systems 2 EE0305-19, EE0307-19
EE0406-19 Control System 3 EE0305-19, EE0306-19 EE0402-19
EE0407-19 Microprocessors 2 EE0206-19
EE0408-19 Creative Project III 1 EE0308-19
EE0409-19 Electronics Laboratory 1 EE0304-19 EE0403-19
EE0410-19 Electrical Power Systems Laboratory 1 EE0305-19
Total 19
Semester 5
Code Subjects Credits Prerequisite Co-requisite
EE0501-19 Telecommunication Data Communication and Networks 2 EE0404-19
EE0502-19 Mechatronic 2 EE0406-19  
EE0503-19 Telecommunication Laboratory 1 EE0404-19 EE0501-19
EE0504-19 Control System Laboratory 1 EE0406-19
EE0505-19 Creative Project IV 1 EE0408-19
EE- Specialization Compulsory Course 13
Total 20
Semester 6
Code Subjects Credits Prerequisite Co-requisite
EE0601-19 Professional Practice 2
EE0602-19 Renewable Energy 2 EE0202-19
EE0603-19 Pancasila Education 2
EE0604-19 Capstone Design 2
EE- Specialization Compulsory Course 12
  Total 20  
Semester 7
Code Subjects Credits Prerequisite Co-requisite
EE0701-19 Final Project Proposal 2 EE0706-19
EE0702-19 Artificial Intellegence 2 EE0107-19
EE0703-19 Religion and Ethics 2
EE0704-19 Civic Education 2
EE0705-19 Entrepreneurship 2
EE0706-19 Industrial Management 2 EE0408-19
EE-Elective Course 6
  Total 18  
Semester 8
Code Subjects Credits Prerequisite Co-requisite
EE0801-19 Final Project 4 EE0701-19
EE0802-19 Community Service 2
  EE-Elective Course 3    
  Total 9  
Electrical Power Engineering
Semester 5
Code Subjects Credits Prerequisite Co-requisite
EE1501-19 Electricity Generation 3 EE0405-19
EE1502-19 Tranmition and Distribution 3 EE0405-19
EE1503-19 Power System Analysis 3 EE0405-19
EE1504-19 Advance Electrical Drives 2 EE0307-19, EE0405-19
EE1505-19 Power System Equipment 2 EE0405-19
  Total 13  
Semester 6
Code Subjects Credits Prerequisite Co-requisite
EE1601-19 Protection System 3 EE0307-19, EE0405-19
EE1602-19 Power Electronics 3 EE0403-19, EE0405-19, EE0407-19
EE1603-19 Instalation Systems 3 EE0405-19
EE1604-19 Power System Elective Topics 3 EE0307-19, EE0405-19
  Total 12  
Control and Mechatronics
Semester 5
Code Subjects Credits Prerequisite Co-requisite
EE2501-19 Automation and PLC 3 EE0402-19, EE0406-19 EE0502-19
EE2502-19 Robotics System 2 EE0406-19, EE0407-19 EE0502-19
EE2503-19 Pneumatic and Hidraulic 3 EE0402-19
EE2504-19 Microprocessor Based System 2 EE0407-19
EE2505-19 Advance Control System 3 EE0406-19 EE0502-19
  Total 13  
Semester 6
Code Subjects Credits Prerequisite Co-requisite
EE2601-19 Smart Vehicle 3 EE0406-19, EE0503-19 EE0503-19
EE2602-19 Energy Control System 3 EE0405-19
EE2603-19 Integration System 3 EE0402-19
EE2604-19 Control System and Mechatronic Elective Topics 3
  Total 12  
Computer Engineering and Telecommunications
Semester 5
Code Subjects Credits Prerequisite Co-requisite
EE3501-19 Propagation and Athena 3 EE0303-19
EE3502-19 Pheriperal and Embbeded System 3 EE0407-19
EE3503-19 Digital Signal Processing 3 EE0306-19
EE3504-19 Algoritm and Data Structures 2 EE0103-19
EE3505-19 Information System 2 EE0103-19
  Total 13  
Semester 6
Code Subjects Credits Prerequisite Co-requisite
EE3601-19 Advance Telecommunication 3 EE0303-19
EE3602-19 Digital System Design 3 EE3502-19
EE3603-19 Advance Programming 3 EE0103-19, EE0107-19
EE3604-19 Telecommunication and Computer System Elective Topics 3
  Total 12  
Elective courses
Code Subjects Credits Prerequisite
EE4001-19 Power System Operation 3 EE0405-19
EE4002-19 Power System Dynamics and Stability 3 EE0405-19
EE4003-19 Design of Industrial Power Distribution Systems 3 EE0405-19
EE4004-19 Power System Reliability 3 EE0405-19
EE4005-19 Smart Grid 3 EE0405-19
EE4006-19 Transportation Technology and Electric Vehicles 3 EE0405-19
EE4007-19 Power Quality 3 EE0405-19
EE4008-19 Image Processing 3 EE0401-19
EE4009-19 Microprocessor Based System 3 EE0501-19
EE4010-19 Big Data and Analytics 3 EE0501-19
EE4011-19 Mobile Communication Systems 3 EE0404-19
EE4012-19 Satelite Communication System 3 EE0404-19
EE4013-19 Remote Sensing 3 EE0404-19
EE4014-19 MEMS 3 EE0403-19
EE4015-19 Project Management 3 EE0505-19
EE4016-19 Occupational Health and Safety Management 3 EE0505-19
EE4017-19 Machine Learning 3 EE0401-19
EE4018-19 Fiber-Optic Communication 3 EE0404-19
EE4019-19 Micro and Nano Devices 3 EE0403-19
EE4020-19 Microelectronics 3 EE0403-19
EE4021-19 Biomedical Instrumentation 3 EE0402-19
EE4022-19 Adaptive Control System 3 EE0406-19
EE4023-19 Neuro-Fuzzy Control System 3 EE0406-19
EE4024-19 Digital Control System 3 EE0406-19
EE4025-19 Decision Support System 3 EE0401-19
EE4026-19 Smart Computing in the Electric Power System 3 EE0405-19
EE4027-19 Design of Renewable Energy 3 EE0405-19
EE4028-19 Mobile Application Development 3 EE0501-19
EE4029-19 Energy Design and Management 3 EE0405-19
EE4030-19 Energy Storage System 3 EE0405-19

Complete information regarding the curriculum can be seen in the Academic Handbook