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Industrial Engineering and Management - Doctoral Program

Academic Programs

PEO & SO

Curriculum

Academic Requirement

Double Degree Programs

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Program Educational Objectives
  1. Graduates have the competence to work in various industrial sectors and are able to apply and develop various knowledge and techniques of Industrial Engineering.
  2. Graduates have the ability to become independent researchers and make a significant contribution in the development of the field of industrial engineering.
  3. Graduates have readiness to carry out further learning processes both academically and professionally oriented.
  4. Graduates have the ability to play an important role in various organizations.
Students Outcome
  1. Have the ability to apply mathematical, scientific, and engineering knowledge in the area of ​​Industrial Engineering and Management.
  2. Having the ability to conduct experiments, as well as analyzing and interpreting data.
  3. Having the ability to design systems, systems, or processes that consist of people, materials, equipment, information, and energy to meet needs in constraints.
  4. Having the ability to play a role in a multidisciplinary and cross-cultural group.
  5. Have the ability to identify, formulate, and solve problems in Industrial Engineering.
  6. Having an understanding of professional responsibilities and ethics.
  7. Have the ability to communicate effectively.
  8. Have an understanding of the impact of Industrial Engineering and Management solutions in a global, economic, environmental and social context.
  9. Having an understanding of the needs and ability to continue learning.
  10. Has knowledge of contemporary issues relevant to the field of Industrial Engineering and Management
  11. Ability to use modern techniques, expertise and tools in Industrial Engineering
    practices.
  12. Able to conduct research on industrial discipline and management independently
    and wisely.
  13. Able to renew engineering and industrial management by providing original contributions
  14. Able to effectively transfer the technical knowledge and industrial management to the surrounding scientific community
Study Overview

In line with the Master’s Program, the Doctoral Program in Industrial Engineering and Management consist of five specializations including:  

  • Manufacturing System
    The scientific field of industrial engineering that focuses on elemental improvement in performance, quality and safety human. Physical, psychophysical, and sociological characteristics of humans studied together with the design principles and standardize the system to get the design intended.
  • Ergonomics and Performance Engineering
    Industrial engineering field that has scope on designing, repairing, implementing and operating the system manufacturing and production network systems that have activity transforms consumer needs into product design and then fabricating and assembling become a product that is in accordance with consumer demand, guaranteed quality, has competitive prices and the right delivery time.
  • Industrial Management
    Industrial engineering field that has scope on organizational aspects and business processes of companies both products and services based on resource management and data, information
    and knowledge. Scientific studies include analysis, design, improvement and innovation in organizational management and business processes integrally with the aim of increasing efficiency and productivity.Enterprise Information System.
  • Enterprise Information System
    Industrial engineering field that has scope on developing designs and improving integration enterprise system using information technology and aspects of decision making in activities design and repair, integration and enterprise operations.
  • Industrial System and Supply Chain
    Industrial engineering field that has scope design, repair, installation and operation of the system integral at the macro level where the relationships between companies in the industrial sector become the object of study.

Education for Doctoral Program in TMI is held in a period of 3 (three) years or 6 (six) semesters with a load of 40 (forty) credits. From all these credits, it can be described as follows:  

  • As many as 3 (three) credits is a doctoral program qualification exam in the form of an initial research proposal containing the research topics to be carried out by doctoral candidates.
    Defining the research topic is accompanied by a literature study to explain the position of the research topic to be conducted.
  • As many as 3 (three) credits are research proposals for doctoral candidates who explain in more detail the research problems, research objectives and expected outputs, comprehensive research positions, and a description of the research plan to be carried out.
  • As many as 23 (twenty three) credits are a burden for conducting research and writing a dissertation for 4 (four) semesters.
  • While the remaining 8 (eight) credits in the form of compulsory subjects and 3 (three) credits of elective courses are suggested to be taken by the guidance team related to research conducted by doctoral candidates.
Courses Detail

 

Compulsory Courses   
Semester 1
NUMBERCOURSE CODECOURSE NAMECREDIT
1TI7001Philosophy of Science2
2TI7002Research Methodology3
3TI7003System Methodology and Modeling3
4TI7090Qualification Examination3
Total = 11 Credit Hours
Semester 2
NUMBERCOURSE CODECOURSE NAMECREDIT
1TI7091Proposal Writing3
2TI7092Advanced Topics TMI3
Total = 6 Credit Hours
Total Credit in The 1st Year = 17 Credit Hours
Semester 3
NUMBERCOURSE CODECOURSE NAMECREDIT
1TI8090Progress Seminar I5
Total = 5 Credit Hours
Semester 4
NUMBERCOURSE CODECOURSE NAMECREDIT
1TI8091Progress Seminar II5
Total = 5 Credit Hours
Total Credit in The 2nd Year = 27 Credit Hours
Semester 3
NUMBERCOURSE CODECOURSE NAMECREDIT
1TI9090Progress Seminar III5
Total = 5 Credit Hours
Semester 4
NUMBERCOURSE CODECOURSE NAMECREDIT
1TI9091Progress Seminar IV5
2TI9099Dissertation Examination3
Total = 5 Credit Hours
Total Credit in The 3rd Year = 40 Credit Hours
Elective Courses within IE Study Program
NUMBERCOURSE CODECOURSE NAMECREDIT
1TI6005Human Factor Research Design3
2TI6006Simulation System3
3TI6007Advanced Statistical Data Analysis3
4TI6008Performance Improvement Strategy3
5TI6009Occupational Physiology3
6TI6010Human Factor System Design3
7TI6011Regulation and Policy Analysis2
8TI6012Business System Development2
9TI6013Work Psychology3
10TI6015Design of Work Environment3
11TI6016Human Information Processing3
12TI6017Organizational Development3
13TI6018Industrial Robotics3
14TI6019Econometrics3
15TI6020Manufacturing Optimal Control3
16TI6021Scheduling Theory3
17TI6022Reliability and Risk Engineering3
18TI6023Management of Modern SMEs3
19TI6024Information System Strategic Design3
20TI6025Industrial Economics3
21TI6026System Theory and Methodology3
22TI6027Business Intelligence3
23TI6028Global Logistic System3
24TI6029Analysis and Design of Supply Chain System3
25TI6030Industrial Policy Analysis3
26TI6031System Engineering Management3
27TI6032Service Quality3
28TI6033Facility Design3
29TI6034Production Planning and Control System3
30TI6035Quality Planning and Control3
31TI6036Leadership3
32TI6037Enterprise Modeling3

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