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Minor Programs

Industrial Engineering Management study program offers Minor Programs as minor area of study. Minor is a coherent sequences of courses taken in addition to the courses required for the primary program. Student has to take all specified 15 credits from industrial engineering management courses. Upon completion of minor requirements, students may propose to the corresponding chair of program to declare their minor area of study and will be recognized in their academic transcripts. The courses that students need to take are as follow:

 

Engineering Management Minor
COURSE CODECOURSE NAMECREDIT
MR2205Managerial Economics3
MR3001Marketing Research3
MR3002Management Technology3
MR3003Planning and Product Development3
MR4102Risk Analysis and Feasibility3
Total Credits = 15 Credit Hours

Program Educational Objectives
  1. Graduates will be competent to work in various industrial sectors by applying various industrial engineering management techniques and knowledge
  2. Graduates will be prepared to pursue advanced degrees in professional or academic oriented education
  3. Graduates will demonstrate abilities to play important roles at the operational or managerial level of various organizations
Students Outcome
  1. an ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering to industrial engineering management area
  2. an ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data
  3. an ability to design a system, component, or process which consists of people, materials, equipment, information, and energy to meet desired needs within realistic constraints
  4. an ability to function on multidisciplinary or cross-cultural team
  5. an ability to identify, formulate, and solve industrial engineering management problems
  6. an understanding of professional and ethical responsibility
  7. an ability to communicate effectively
  8. the broad education necessary to understand the impact of industrial engineering management solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context
  9. a recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning
  10. a knowledge of contemporary issues relevant to industrial engineering management
  11. an ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for industrial engineering management practice.
Study Overview

The Industrial Engineering Management Bachelor’s Programme is a four-year course. In each year, you will learn theory and practice to develop solution design.

  • THE FIRST YEAR
    At the beginning of the first year, the students are not directly placed in their chosen study program. The students must join the “Tahap Persiapan Bersama” (TPB) or the Joint Preparation Stage program to provide a foundation for science, art, and technology for new students. TPB has become the means for initial orientation of scientific attitudes and adaptation of learning process at ITB. At TPB, students are recorded as a faculty/school student. At the end of the first year, students will then be placed in their chosen study program. The placement process is carried out based on academic interests and achievements. In order for students not to feel wrong in choosing a study program, the faculty/ school will introduce the study program during TPB. The student will be given several opportunities to pick their study program’s interests. During the first year the students will lay a strong foundation in basic science, information technology, and engineering. For more information about TPB, please refer to ltpb.itb.ac.id website.
  • THE SECOND YEAR
    During the second year you will be introduced into statistics, economics, basic engineering, manufacturing process, and design practice.
  • THE THIRD YEAR
    The third year you will delve deeper into various subjects, such as marketing, business process and organizational design, project management, human factors engineering, information system, technology management, project management, and integrated design practice
  • THE FOURTH YEAR
    The fourth year consists of risk analysis, occupational health, safety, and environment, elective courses, integrated and multidisciplinary practice, and final project
Courses Detail
Compulsory Courses       
Semester 1
NUMBERCOURSE CODECOURSE NAMECREDIT
1MA1101Mathematics IA4
2FI1101Elementary Physics IA4
3KI1101Basic Chemistry IA3
4KU1101Introduction to Engineering and Design I2
5KU1011Scientific Writing in Bahasa Indonesia2
6KU1001Sports2
Total = 17 Credit Hours
Semester 2
NUMBERCOURSE CODECOURSE NAMECREDIT
1MA1201Mathematics IIA4
2FI1201Elementary Physics IIA4
3KI1201Basic Chemistry IIA3
4KU1201Introduction to Engineering and Design II2
5KU102XEnglish ( KU1021 / KU1022 / KU1023 )2
6KU1267Engineering Drawing2
7KU1072Introduction to Information Technology B2
Total = 19 Credit Hours
Total Credits in The 1st Year = 36 Credit Hours
Semester 3
NUMBERCOURSE CODECOURSE NAMECREDIT
1MR2101Introduction to Engineering Management2
2MR2102Statistics I2
3MR2103Industrial  Electronics2
4TI2003Cost Estimation3
5TI3004Engineering Economics2
6TK2081Elementary Thermodynamics B2
7MS2021Engineering Mechanics3
8MA2021Matrices and Vector Spaces3
Total = 19 Credit Hours
Semester 4
NUMBERCOURSE CODECOURSE NAMECREDIT
1MR2201Statistics II3
2MR2202Quantitative Method I2
3TI2204Manufacturing Process2
4MR2203Planning Theory and Methodology3
5MR2204Innovation System and Entrepreneurship3
6MR2205Managerial Economics3
7MR2001Engineering Management Practice 11
8MA2031Calculus III2
Total = 19 Credit Hours
Total Credits in The 2nd Year = 38 Credit Hours
Semester 5
NUMBERCOURSE CODECOURSE NAMECREDIT
1MR3101Quantitative Method II2
2MR3102Introduction to Human Factors Engineering3
3MR3001Marketing Research3
4MR3002Management Technology3
5MR3003Planning and Product Development3
6MR3103System Supply Chain2
7MR3004Engineering Management Practice 22
Total = 18 Credit Hours
Semester 6
NUMBERCOURSE CODECOURSE NAMECREDIT
1MR3201Business Process and Organization Design3
2MR3202Quality Engineering3
3MR3203Information Systems Planning3
4MR3005Project Management3
5MR3006Engineering Management Practice 32
Total = 14 Credit Hours
Total Credits in The 3rd Year = 32 Credit Hours
Semester 7
NUMBERCOURSE CODECOURSE NAMECREDIT
1MR4001Interdisciplinary Engineering Project2
2MR4090Engineering Management Internship2
3MR4101Occupational Health, Safety and Environment2
4MR4102Risk Analysis and Feasibility3
5MR4103Project Financing3
6MR4092Final Project I2
7MR4003Engineering Management Practice 41
Total = 15 Credit Hours
Semester 8
NUMBERCOURSE CODECOURSE NAMECREDIT
1MR4093Final Project II5
2KU206XReligion and Ethics ( KU2061 1 /KU20622 / KU2063KU2063 / KU2064 / KU2065KU2065 )2
3KU2071Pancasila and Civic Education2
Total = 9 Credit Hours
Total Credits in The 4th Year = 24 Credit Hours
Elective CoursesCredits
1Major Electives9
2Non-major Electives3
3Free Electives3
Total Credits = 145 Credit Hours
Elective Courses Offered by EM Study Program
NUMBERCOURSE CODECOURSE NAMECREDIT
1MR3005Project Management3
2MR4004Engineering Management2
3MR4104Market Intelligence3
4MR4105Technology Forecast3
5MR4106Value Engineering3
6MR4107Contract Management3
7MR4203Marketing Strategy3
8MR4204Decision Analysis2
9MR4205Procurement & Outsourcing3
10MR4206Kapita Selekta Manajemen Rekayasa3

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