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A. Body of Knowledge

Body of Knowledge (BoK) is a comprehensive concept that concerned of terminology and activities needed by a profession (profession associations). In this case BoK should be defined outcomes desired so that knowledges, skills and behavior needed by the profession can be realized. Bloom’s Taxonomy is usually used as the basis for the achievement baseline desired results.

Outcome of Environmental Engineering Profession (including Environmental Engineering Infrastructure) is divided into 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, lifelong learning, professional and ethical responsibilities.

Environmental Infrastructure Engineering Study Program is expected to answer the needs of the Unitary Republic of Indonesian human resources in the field of water and sanitation. This study program is as an engineering discipline that is more engaged in:

  1. Supply of clean water for human needs activities in the quality, quantity and continuity.
  2. Control pollution caused by liquid and solid wastes of human activities.
  3. Distribution of waste and discharges that occur, including rainwater and discharge solid (garbage), so as not to disturb the environment, and that can be handled well.
  4. Control over the possible spread of diseases and environmental health management, especially related to environmental sanitation.
  5. The ability to base an engineer in general, including the use of foreign languages​, drafting or technical documents, mastery of IT and applications that support specific competencies.

B. Challenges

Challenges ahead for environmental infrastructure engineering disciplines is basically the same with the science of environmental engineering. Only this study program will focus on the following:

  1. Repair and improvement of water supply systems and sanitation.
  2. The UN Millennium Development Goal (MDG 2015).
  3. The need for professionals in environmental infrastructure globally.

C. Accreditation or Curriculum Standards Reference

An accrediting board that is followed by the Environmental Infrastructure 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 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 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. Have a basic provision of knowledge and skills sufficient to be able to observe, identify and approach problem solving in the field of Environmental Engineering scientifically and resourceful;
  2. Ability to apply scientific Environmental Engineering and be able to face changes and follow the latest developments in the field;
  3. Have the social sensitivities and nationality as well as sensitivity to the environment in general.
  • 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’s 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 related with communication, public policy, public administration business, globalization, leadership, cooperation, behavior, lifelong learning, professional and ethical responsibilities.

F. Curriculum of Environmental Infrastructure Engineering Undergraduate Program

Compulsory Courses

3rd SEMESTER

4th SEMESTER

No.

Courses Code

Courses

Credits No.

Courses Code

Courses Credits
1 IL2101 Hydraulics I 3 1 KU206X Religion and Ethics 2
2 IL2102 Biostatistics 2 2 IL2205 Environmental Health 2
3 IL2103 Water Engineering and Construction 4 3 IL2201 Hydraulics II 3
4 SI2113 Knowledge Statics and Structures 3 4 IL2202 Water Chemistry 3
5 GD2003 Introduction to Mapping 3 5 IL2104 Hidrology 3
6 IL2203 Environmental Water 3 6 PL2231 Introduction to Urban and Regional Infrastructure 2
7 SI2223 Introduction to Soil Mechanics and Foundations 3
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 IL3103 Water and Solid Waste Laboratory 3 1 IL3201 Sewerage and Drainage 3
2 IL3104 Solid Waste Management System 3 2 IL3202 Plumbing and Instrumentation 3
3 IL3105 Water Supply System 3 3 IL3203 Wastewater Management Systems 3
4 IL3204 Community Participation 3 4 IL3101 Unit Operation 3
5 IL3102 Unit Process 3
Total = 12 Credits
Total = 15 Credits
Total Credits = 27 Credits
7th SEMESTER

8th SEMESTER

No.

Courses Code

Courses

Credits No.

Courses Code

Courses

Credits
1 IL4098 Field Work 2 1 IL4099 Seminar and Final Assesment 5
2 KU2071 Pancasila and Civic Education 2 2 IL4201 Project Planning 3
3 IL4103 Infrastructure Management 3 3 IL4102 Wastewater Treatment Plant Design 3
4 IL4104 Industrial Waste Treatment 3 4 IL4203 Rural Sanitation 3
5 IL4202 Solid Waste Design 3 5 IL4101 Water Treatment Plant Design 3
Total = 13 Credits
Total = 17 Credits
Total Credits = 30 Credits

Elevative Courses

No Courses Code Courses Credits
1 IL4097 Integrated Water Environment Management 2
2 IL4105 Post-Disaster Sanitation 2
3 IL4106 Coastal Area Sanitation 2
4 IL4107 Ground Water Modelling 2
5 IL4108 Ground Water Hydraulics 2
6 IL4109 Food Sanitation 2
7 IL4204 Public Sanitation 2
8 IL4205 Appropriate Sanitation Technology 2
9 IL4206 Public Knowledge 2
10 IL4207 Landfill Pre-planning 2
11 IL4208 Disease Vector Control 2

G. Academic Staff

  • Agus Jatnika Effendi, Ph.D. (University of Wales-Cardiff, Inggris)
  • Arief Sudradjat, Ph.D., (University Maryland , Amerika Serikat)
  • Barti Setiani M, Dr. (L’Universite de Grenoble I-Grenoble, Perancis)
  • 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)
  • James Nobelia Isnaniawardhana, MT. (ITB, Indonesia)
  • Katharina Oginawati, Dr. (ITB, Indonesia)
  • Mohammad Irsyad, MS (ITB, Indonesia)
  • Prayatni Suwondo, Dr. Ing. (TU Berlin, Jerman), Prof.
  • Qomarudin Helmy, Dr. (ITB, Indonesia)
  • Rofiq Iqbal, Dr. (Hokkaido University, Jepang)
  • Suprihanto Notodarmojo, Ph.D. (Murdoch University, Australia), Prof.
  • Tresna Dermawan Kunaefi, Dr. (L’Universite de Paris VII-Lyon, Perancis)
  • Tri Padmi Damanhuri, Dr. (L’Universite de Paris VII-Lyon, Perancis)
  • Yuniati, Ph.D. (Cornell University, Amerika Serikat)

H. Contact Address
Environmental Infrastructure Engineering Undergraduate Program
Labtek 1B 3rd floor ITB Kampus Jatinangor,
Jl. Raya Jatinangor KM. 20,75 – Sumedang
Phone      : +62 22-2502647
Fax         : +62 22-2530704
Email      : ril@ftsl.itb.ac.id
Website  : www.ril.itb.ac.id