Program Sarjana

School of Electrical Engineering & Informatics offers five undergraduate programs as follows:

  1. Electrical Engineering
  2. Infornatics/Computer Science
  3. Electircal Power Engineering
  4. Telecommunication Engineering
  5. Information System & Technology

Undergraduate students must earn at least 144 credits within at most six years of study to be awarded with Bachelor of Science degree.  All new SEEI students must take the same prescribed courses during the freshman (first) year (a total of 36 credits). The freshman year courses cover college level mathematics, basic sciences, sports, scientific writing, information technology,  programming fundamental as well as introduction to circuit analysis. All freshman year courses must be completed with a minimum GPA of 2.0 and no grade of “E” within two years of study.

 

FRESHMAN YEAR

First Semester

No Code Subject Credit

1

MA1101

Mathematics IA

4

2

FI1101

Elementary Physics IA

4

3

KI1102

Basic Chemistry IB

2

4

KU1101

Introduction to Design and Engineering I

2

5

KU1072

Introduction to Information Technology B

2

6

KU102X

English

2

7

KU1001

Sports

2

Total

18

 

Second Semester

No Code Subject Credit

1

MA1201

Mathematics IIA

4

2

FI1201

Elementary Physics IIA

4

3

KI1202

Basic Chemistry IIB

2

4

KU1201

Introduction to Design and Engineering II

2

5

KU1011

Scientific Writing in Indonesian

2

6

EL1200

Introduction to Circuit Analysis

2

7

IF1210

Programming Fundamentals

2

Total

18


The remaining 108 credits can be completed within the next three years without “D” or “E” grade. The curriculum structures for all  undergraduate programs at SEEI are as follows:

Subject Classification

Credit Hours

EL

IF

EP

ET

II

Freshman year courses

36

ITB’s compulsory courses

8

Major Courses

72

69

77

78

77

Elective

17

20

12

11

12

Non Major Elective

3

Industrial Practice (internship/co-op)

2

Final Project /Capstone Design

6

Total Credit Hours

144

Programs:  EE=Electrical Engineering, IF=Informatics/Computer Science

EP=Electrical Power Engineering, ET=Telecommunication Engineering

II=Informatin System & Technology

The ITB’s compulsory courses consist of Religion & Ethics (2 credits) and Pancasila & Civic Education (2 credits) as well as environmental elective (2 credits) and management elective (2 credits). The detail curriculum structures (excluding the freshman year courses) for each study program are described in the corresponding program description chapter. 

All undergraduate students are required to take industrial practice in private or government sector for about 10 weeks during the short semester of the third year. The purpose of the training is to provide students with practical technical knowledge and to expose them to working environment in the industry. The curriculum also requires all senior (final year) students to do a research or design project related to their fields of study. This provides students an opportunity to apply the knowledge and skill acquired to solve a significant real world problem. Students must write a formal report and defend it in front of final project examiners.