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A. Body of Knowledge

Body of Knowledge (BoK) of Environmental Engineering Program expected to respond to these challenges based on the outcomes of three categories, i.e.:

  1. The fundamental outcome categories: related with the courses of mathematics, natural sciences, human and social sciences
  2. The technical outcome categories: related with instructional materials science , mechanics, experiment, problem recognition and solving, design, perspective of contemporary issues, risks and uncertainties, project management, an area associated with the field of environmental engineering.
  3. Category outcome professional: related with communication, public policy, business – public administration, globalization, leadership, cooperation, behavior, long life learning, professional and ethical responsibility.

Body of Knowledge (BoK) of Environmental Engineering Program as a discipline techniques more engaged in the field of:

  1. Supply of clean water for human needs activities in 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 activities, from the source of pollution to waste it is formed, for example through the approach of clean technologies (pollution prevention), or waste recycling.
  4. Technology management and control of wastewater, gas, and solids in pollution control efforts due to the media: soil, water (including marine) 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 risk assessment approach here as both a health risk assessment and ecological risk assessment.

B. Challenges

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

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

C. Accreditation or Curriculum Standards Reference

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

D. References

  1. Decree of Academic Senate Institut Teknologi Bandung, Number 10/SK/I1-SA/2012, about Dignity of Institut Teknologi Bandung;
  2. Decree of the Rector Institut Teknologi Bandung, Number 284/SK/I1-A/PP/2012, about Guidelines for curriculum development from 2008 to 2013 Institut Teknologi Bandung;
  3. Decree of the Minister of Education, Number 323/U/2000, about Guidelines for Higher Education Curriculum Development and Assessment of Student Learning Outcomes;
  4. http://www.abet.org site that includes curriculum of Environmental Engineering.

E. Educational Objectives and Outcomes Graduates

  • Educational Objectives

The curriculum of undergraduate Environmental Engineering arranged to produce graduates with the following profiles :

  1. Having basic engineering knowledge and skill to observe, identify, and understand environmental issues and to pursue higher education
  2. Demonstrating high capability in applying Environmental Engineering knowledge to deal with environmental problems in engineering profession.
  3. Keeping pace with development of environmental technology and having awareness in social dynamics related to the environmental issues.
  • Outcomes Graduates

Has been described above that in order to formulate BoK from Environmental Engineering Study Program, the achievements of the graduates categorized into three groups :

  1. The fundamental outcome categories : related with the courses of mathematics, natural sciences, human and social sciences.
  2. The technical outcome categories : related with instructional materials science, mechanics, experiment, problem recognition and solving, design, perspective of contemporary issues, risks and uncertainties, project management, an area associated with the field of environmental engineering.

Category outcome professional : related with related to communication , public policy , public administration business, globalization, leadership, cooperation, behavior, life long learning, professional and ethical responsibilities.

Below are  lists of  learning  outcomes that  are  used  to  determine  if  graduates of  our program have achieved the educational objectives in the curriculum Environmental Engineering ITB 2013 as listed in the previous section. The graduates of the bachelor program in Environmental Engineering will have:

  1. Scientific Expertise
    An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering.
  2. Experimental Skill
    An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.
  3. Design Abilities
    An ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability.
  4. Teamwork
    An ability to function on multidisciplinary teams
  5. Problem Solving
    An ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems.
  6. Professional Responsibility
    An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.
  7. Communication Skill
    An ability to communicate effectively.
  8. Understanding of Engineering Impact
    Broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context.
  9. Life-long Learning
    A recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning.
  10. Contemporary Issues
    A knowledge of contemporary issues.
  11. Technical Khow-how
    An ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.

F. Curriculum of Environmental Engineering Undergraduate Program

Compulsory Courses

3rd SEMESTER 4th SEMESTER
No. Courses Code Courses Credits No. Courses Code Courses Credits
1 TL2101 Fluid Mechanics I 3 1 TL2201 Fluid Mechanics II 3
2 TL2102 Environmental Statistic 2 2 TL2202 Environmental Chemistry 3
3 TL2103 Engineering Mathematics 3 3 TL2203 Environmental Microbiology 3
4 TL2104 Introduction to Environmental Engineering 3 4 TL2204 Hidrology and Hidrogeology 3
5 TL2105 Environmental Health 3 5 TL2205 Environment Epidemiology 2
6 SI2112 Knowledge Structure 2 6 SI2222 Introduction to Soil Mechanics 2
7 GD2002 Introduction to Geographic Information System 2 7 TL2206 Water Quality Management 2
Total = 18 Credits
Total = 18 Credits
Total Credits = 36 Credits
5th SEMESTER 6th SEMESTER
No. Courses Code Courses Credits No. Courses Code Courses Credits
1 TL3101 Physics and Chemical Treatment 3 1 KU206X Religion and Ethics 2
2 TL3102 Biological Process Engineering 2 2 TL3201 Air Pollution 3
3 TL3103 Environmental Laboratory 3 3 TL3202 Sustainable Sewerage and Drainage 3
4 TL3104 Solid Waste Management 3 4 TL3203 Water Management 2
5 TL3105 Water Supply Engineering 3 5 TL3204 Hazardous Material Management 2
6 TL3106 Soil Contamination 2 6 TL3205 Environmental Policy and Law 2
Total = 16 Credits
Total = 14 Credits
Total Credits = 30 Credits
7th SEMESTER 8th SEMESTER
No. Courses Code Courses Credits No. Courses Code Courses Credits
1 TL4098 Field Work 2 1 KU2071 Pancasila and Civic Education 2
2 TL4104 Environmental Engineering Management 3 2 TL4099 Seminar and Final Project 5
3 TL4101 Environmental Engineering Design I 4 3 TL4201 Environmental Impact Assessment 3
4 TL4102 Environmental Engineering Design II 4 4 TL4202 Project Planning 2
5 TL4103 Occupational Health 2
Total = 15 Credits
Total = 12 Credits
Total Credits = 27 Credits

Elevative Courses

No

Courses Code

Courses

Credits

1 TL4002 Environmental Engineering 3
2 TL4097 Topics in Environmental Engineering 2
3 TL4111 Plumbing and Pump 3
4 TL4121 Technical Aspect in Waste Recycling 2
5 TL4122 Air Pollution Monitoring 2
6 TL4123 Atmospheric Behaviour 2
7 TL4131 Infrastructure and Sanitation 2
8 TL4135 Environmental System Analysis 2
9 TL4136 Environmental Conservation Technology 2
10 TL4137 Air Pollution Control 2
11 TL4211 Industrial Waste Management 3
12 TL4212 Water Engineering and Construction 2
13 TL4213 Sludge Treatment 2
14 TL4231 Environmental Physic 2
15 TL4232 Environment Ecological Engineering 2
16 TL4233 Cleaner Technology 2
17 TL4234 Policy and Numerical Transformation 2
18 TL4235 Remediation Technique 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.
  • Haryo Satrio Tomo, MT. (ITB, Indonesia)
  • Herto Dwi Ariesyady, Dr. (Hokkaido University, Jepang)
  • I Made Wahyu Widyarsana, Dr. ( ITB, Indonesia)
  • Indah Rachmatiah, Ph.D. (University of Newcastle Upon Tyne, Inggris)
  • James Nobelia Isnaniawardhana, MT. (ITB, Indonesia)
  • Kania Dewi, Dr.Mont. (University of Loeben, Austria)
  • Katharina Oginawati, Dr. (ITB, Indonesia)
  • Marisa Handayani, Dr .Ing. (University of Karlsruhe, Jerman)
  • Mindriany Syafila, Dr. (UMIST, UK), Prof.
  • Mochammad Chaerul, Dr. (Okayama University, Jepang)
  • Mohammad Irsyad, MS (ITB, Indonesia)
  • Opy Kurniasari, Dr. (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)
  • Rofiq Iqbal, Dr. (Hokkaido University, Jepang)
  • Suharyanto, M.Sc. (IHE Delft, Belanda)
  • Dr. (Okayama University, Jepang)
  • Suprihanto Notodarmojo, Ph.D. (Murdoch University, Australia), Prof.
  • Tresna Dermawan Kunaefi, Dr. (L’Universite de Paris VII-Lyon, Perancis)
  • Yuniati, Ph.D. (Cornell University, Amerika Serikat)

H. Contact Address
Environmental Engineering Undergraduate Program,
Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Jl. Ganesha No. 10 Bandung 40132
Phone    : +62-22-2502647
Faks       : +62-22-2530704
E-mail    : tu@tl.itb.ac.id
Website  : http://www.tl.itb.ac.id