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Master Program is a linear continuation with Undergraduate Program or an interaction of several disciplines that formed in accordance with development of science or demands needs. Thus the master program graduates will have more ability, especially in terms of inventive in his field, perform the synthesis as well as conclusion of a research activity in addition to depth and breadth of knowledge mastery.

Master Program divided into two types, namely:

  1. Master Program oriented with the mastery and development of science, technology and art that gives emphasis on scientific capabilities and development of science. The program is a ladder to continue to pursue a doctoral program with such mastery of graduates who will go on to doctoral education must be already around of frontier science.
  2. Master Program oriented with the utilization of science, technology and art that gives emphasis on the ability of professions emphasis to build competence in professionalism.

A. Body of Knowledge

Currently the Environmental Engineering Master Program ITB as an engineering disciplines science more engaged in:

  1. Good water supply for the needs of human activity terms of the quality, quantity and continuity.
  2. Control over the possible spread of diseases and environmental health management, including occupational safety and health.
  3. Efforts to control pollution caused by waste the result of human activity, from the source of pollution to waste it is formed, for example through the approach of clean technologies (pollution prevention), or recycling of waste.
  4. Technology management and control (management) of wastewater, gas, and solids in pollution control efforts due to the media: soil, water (including ocean) and air, including the utilization and development of relevant biotechnology.
  5. Distribution of waste and discharges that occur, including rainwater, in order not to disturb the environment, and that can be handled well.
  6. Conservation of water resources that can be extended to natural resources.
  7. The management of the environment through the efforts of environmental management systems.
  8. Assessment of the negative impacts that may occur due to environmental pollution, including here both as a risk assessment approach to health risk assessment and ecological risk assessment.

B. Challenges

Challenges scientific field of Environmental Engineering in the future next with reference to various sources and literature as well as discussions with various stakeholders, especially the advisory board of Environmental Engineering ITB, include the following:

  1. Sustainability and sustainable development
  2. Climate change
  3. Globalization
  4. UN Millennium Development Goals (water, sanitation and public health)
  5. Energy and the environment and there is no longer energy versus environment
  6. Food safety and security
  7. Certification

C. Accreditation or Curriculum Standards Reference

Accrediting body followed by Environmental Engineering Program nationally organized independently by the National Accreditation Board of Higher Education (BAN PT) Indonesia. While internationally, accreditation body which is used as a reference and reference is the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET), based in United States. Organization profession to be followed national Association of Sanitary and Environmental Engineering Indonesia (IATPI) and internationally referenced are the American Association of Environmental Engineers (AAEE).

D. References

  1. Assessment Academic Senate of Institut Teknologi Bandung Number 10/SK/I1-SA/2012, about Dignity Education Institut Teknologi Bandung.
  2. ITB Rector Decree No. 284/SK/I1-A/PP/2012 on Guidelines for Curriculum 2008-2013 Bandung Institute of Technology.
  3. Decree of the Minister of National Education No. 323/U/2000 on Guidelines for Higher Education Curriculum Development and Assessment of Student Learning Outcomes.
  4. http://www.abet.org site that includes curriculum Environmental Engineering.

E. Educational Objectives and Outcomes Graduates

  • Educational Objectives

The Purpose of Environmental Engineering Master Program, basically refers to the objectives of educational programs master ITB. It should have more capabilities than graduate degree program, that is inventive in the field of environmental engineering, especially in developing the knowledge, skills and attitudes to foster innovative activities in a society that is based on the foundation strong scientific in the process of higher education, which is based on research. In making the decision, a graduate of a master’s in Environmental Engineering should be able to perform the synthesis as well as the conclusion of a research activity in addition to the depth and breadth mastery of science, so that the master’s program in Environmental Engineering are expected to:

  1. Delivers students as close as possible to the state of the art or frontier areas of science.
  2. Delivers students as close as possible to the demands of the expertise needed in the community.

The purpose of education-oriented Environmental Engineering Master Program in the mastery and development of science and technology are as follows:

  1. Ability to develop and design methods of research in the field of Environmental Engineering.
  2. Capable of analyzing, evaluating, synthesizing and interpreting the research data and conclusions of solving problems.
  3. Have the skills in using the instrument hardware and software that support the implementation of research in the field of Environmental Engineering.
  4. Able to work with ethical and multidisciplinary professionals to establish a comprehensive framework of thinking in developing science and technology in the scope of Environmental Engineering.
  • Outcomes Graduates

ABET appropriate criteria, student outcomes for Environmental Engineering master’s program are:

  1. “One year of academic study beyond the baccalaureate level,” and demonstration that “graduates have an ability to apply master’s level knowledge in a specialized area of engineering related to the program area“.
  2. Student outcomes are outcomes (a) through (k) in undergraduate degree (see curriculum Environmental Engineering Undergraduate Program of ITB) plus any additional outcomes that may be articulated by the program. Therefore, the outcomes must be consistent with the required additional “one year of academic study beyond the baccalaureate level” and a demonstration that “graduates have an ability to apply for master’s level knowledge in a specialized area of ​​engineering related to the program area”.
  3. A master’s level program is expected to use measurements that relate to the master’s level curriculum for the applicable outcomes in addition to measurements taken from the parts of the curriculum normally associated with a baccalaureate program (undergraduate program).

In accordance with Presidential Decree Number 82 of 2012 on the Indonesian National Qualifications Framework (KKNI), graduates of the master program have qualified at least equivalent to the level of 8, namely:

  1. Ability to develop knowledge, technology, and art in their field or professional practice through research, to produce innovative work and tested.
  2. Able to solve problems of science, technology and art in their field through inter or multidisciplinary approach.
  3. Ability to manage research and development that benefit the community and science and be able to receive national and international recognition.

Based on the above considerations, the outcomes of graduates (outcomes) Environmental Engineering Master Program to be achieved over the ability of undergraduate study program that includes:

  1. Development and application of science and technology in the field of environmental engineering through research and innovative work.
  2. Ability to solve problems related to environmental issues through a scientific approach to inter or multidisciplinary in areas related to the field of environmental engineering.
  3. Ability to communicate effectively, work in teams included lead professionally in public institutions, governments, and private national and international.

F. Curriculum Structure

1. Compulsory Course of Technology and Environmental Management

Number Codes Courses Credits
1. TL 5098 Research Method 3
2. TL 5214 Environmental Economics and Valuation 2
3. TL 5213 Environmental Modeling 2
4. TL 5204 Transport and Transformation of Pollutant in the Environment 2
5. TL 5112 Operational Research 2
6. TL 5111 Environmental System Conservation 3
7. TL 5103 Advanced Mathematics 2
8. TL 5102 Environmental Data Analysis 2
9. TL 5101 Fundamental of Environmental Engineering 2
10. TL 6099 Seminar & Thesis 6
Number Elective Courses Credits
1. Study Program 6
2. Other Study Program 0
3. Elective Free 4
Total Credits = 36 Credits

2. Compulsory Course of Control and Prevention of Pollution

Number Codes Courses Credits
1. TL 5098 Research Method 3
2. TL 5224 Waste Reuse & Recycle 2
3. TL 5223 Environmental Engineering Laboratory 2
4. TL 5204 Transport and Transformation of Pollutant in the Environment 2
5. TL 5122 Hazardous Waste Management 2
6. TL 5121 Process Engineering 3
7. TL 5103 Advanced Mathematics 2
8. TL 5102 Environmental Data Analysis 2
9. TL 5101 Fundamental of Environmental Engineering 2
10. TL 6099 Seminar & Thesis 6
Number Elective Courses Credits
1. Study Program 6
2. Other Study Program 0
3. Elective Free 4
Total Credits = 36 Credits

3. Compulsory Course of Safety and Environmental Health

Number Codes Courses Credits
1. TL 5098 Research Method 3
2. TL 6099 Seminar & Thesis 6
3. TL 5233 Environmental Toxicology 2
4. TL 5204 Transport and Transformation of Pollutant in the Environment 2
5. TL 5132 Industrial Waste Control 2
6. TL 5131 Industrial Hygiene 3
7. TL 5122 Hazardous Waste Management 2
8. TL 5102 Environmental Data Analysis 2
9. TL 5101 Fundamental of Environmental Engineering 2
10. TL 6137 Health Risk Analysis 2
Number Elective Courses Credits
1. Study Program 6
2. Other Study Program 0
3. Elective Free 4
Total Credits = 36 Credits

Elective Course of Environmental Engineering Master Program

Number Codes Courses Credits
1 TL 5122 Hazardous Waste Management 2
2 TL 5141 Environmental Impact and Assessment 2
3 TL 5142 Eco hydrology 2
4 TL 5143 Air Quality Management 2
5 TL 5144 Atmospheric Physic and Chemistry 2
6 TL 5151 Sustainable Water Engineering 2
7 TL 5152 Sewerage System 2
8 TL 5153 Waste to Energy 2
9 TL 5154 Non-Technical Aspect in Solid Waste Management 2
10 TL 5155 Urban Drainage System 2
11 TL 5180 Coastal Management 2
12 TL 5181 Radiation Safety 2
13 TL 5182 Noise Control 2
14 TL 5224 Waste Reuse & Recycle 2
15 TL 5233 Environmental Toxicology 2
16 TL 5234 Industrial Ventilation 2
17 TL 5235 Safety Engineering 2
18 TL 5245 Sustainable Water Management System 2
19 TL 5246 Toxic Air Pollution and Monitoring 2
20 TL 5247 Air Pollution Modeling 2
21 TL 5248 Environmental Management System 2
22 TL 5256 Advanced Water Treatment 2
23 TL 5257 Bioremediation Engineering & Application 2
24 TL 5258 Water Supply System 2
25 TL 5259 Advance Air Pollution Control 2
26 TL 5260 Design for Environment 2
27 TL 5283 Occupational Safety and Health Management System 2
28 TL 5284 Sustainable Settlement Drainage 2
29 TL 6136 Quality Management 2
30 TL 6180 Computation on Environmental System Management 2
31 TL 6181 Bio monitoring 2
32 TL 6182 Aquatic Toxicology 2
33 TL 6183 Capita Selecta 2
34 TL 6184 Environmental Biotechnology 2
35 TL 6185 Aerosol Technology 2
36 TL 6186 Soil & Ground Water Pollution 2
37 TL 6188 Emergency Response of Hazardous Materials in Industry 2
38 TL 6287 Occupational Toxicology 2

G. Academic Staff

  • Ahmad Soleh Setiawan, Dr. (University of Kyoto, Jepang)
  • Agus Jatnika Effendi, Ph.D. (University of Wales-Cardiff, Inggris)
  • Arief Sudradjat, Ph.D., (University Maryland, Amerika Serikat)
  • Arwin Sabar, Dr, (INP-Toulouse, Perancis), Prof.
  • Asep Sofyan Dr. (Toyohashi University of Technologi, Jepang)
  • Barti Setiani M, Dr. (L’Universite de Grenoble I-Grenoble, Perancis)
  • Benno Rahardyan, Dr. (Hokkaido University, Jepang)
  • Dwina Roosmini, Dr. (ITB, Indonesia)
  • Edwan Kardena, Ph.D. (University of Wales-Cardiff, Inggris)
  • Emenda Sembiring, Dr. (Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand)
  • Enri Damanhuri. Dr. (L’Universite de Paris VII-Lyon,Perancis), Prof.
  • Herto Dwi Ariesyady, Dr. (Hokkaido University, Jepang)
  • I Made Wahyu Widyarsana, Dr. ( ITB, Indonesia)
  • Indah Rachmatiah, Ph.D. (University of Newcastle Upon Tyne, Inggris)
  • Katharina Oginawati, Dr. (ITB, Indonesia)
  • Kania Dewi, Dr.Mont. (University of Loeben, Austria)
  • Marisa Handayani, Dr .Ing. (University of Karlsruhe, Jerman)
  • Mindriany Syafila, Dr. (UMIST, Inggris), Prof.
  • Mochammad Chaerul, Dr. (Okayama University, Jepang)
  • Mohammad Irsyad, MS (ITB, Indonesia)
  • Prayatni Suwondo, Dr. Ing. (TU Berlin, Jerman), Prof.
  • Priana Sudjono, Ph.D. (Saga University, Jepang)
  • Puji Lestari, Ph.D. (Illinois Institute of Technology, Amerika Serikat)
  • Qomarudin Helmy, Dr. (ITB, Indonesia)
  • Raden Driejana, Ph.D (The Manchester Metropolitan University,Inggris)
  • Suharyanto, M.Sc. (IHE Delft, Belanda)
  • Dr. (Okayama University, Jepang)
  • Suprihanto Notodarmojo, Ph.D. (Murdoch University, Australia), Prof.
  • Tri Padmi Damanhuri, Dr. (L’Universite de Paris VII-Lyon, Perancis)

H. Contact Address
Environmental Engineering Master Program,
Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Phone : +62 22 2502647
Fax. : +62 22 2530704
Email : tu@tl.itb.ac.id
Website : www.tl.itb.ac.id