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A. Body of Knowledge

To prepare graduates of Ocean Engineering Master Program competencies and able to compete in both national and international scale, Ocean Engineering Master of ITB provide supplies of science (body of knowledge) which includes the science of advanced mathematics, advanced ocean engineering and research ocean engineering that includes the principles of ocean as follows: waves, underwater acoustics, coastal protection, coastal structures, offshore structures, geo-mechanics ocean, harbor, ocean modeling, coastal management, ocean environmental control, and ocean energy. Structurally scientific field of Ocean Engineering Master Program is shown in Figure 6 below.

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Ocean Engineering Master Program is expected to create graduates who are able to master of  science to plunge into the world of work or higher education to follow through levels of mastery are more prominent on the analysis followed by the application level and synthesis. Differences in the level of scientific mastery of undergraduate and master levels of education are as follows:

Study

Program

Levels Mastery of Science
Knowledge Comprehension Application Analysis Synthesis Evaluation
Undergraduate X X X X    
Master X X X X

B. Challenges

Some challenges faced by Ocean Engineering Program in the next decade are as follows:

  1. Indonesia is a maritime country that has abundant ocean potential to be developed so that it requires human resources in the field of Ocean Engineering which include mastering technology based on infrastructure and the physical environment of the sea.
  2. The position of Indonesia which is the confluence of three tectonic plates that caused the Indonesian territory becomes prone to natural disasters such as earthquakes and tsunamis. It demanded the Indonesian people to continue to develop the science and technology to predict and prevent the adverse effects of disaster for community, one of which is done through the development of science and technology fields Ocean Engineering.
  3. The existence of the danger of ocean pollution due to the exploitation of ocean wealth that is not wise. Thus the necessary development of the ocean sector to do the planning and implementation of optimal utilization of ocean resources and sustainable manner.
  4. The oil and gas exploration activities in Indonesia are moving toward deep water that must be matched by progress in the field of building technology offshore.
  5. The need for increased energy and oil and gas production exceeded that required new sources of energy that can be developed from the use of the energy of ocean currents, wind and waves as an alternative energy source.
  6. The world trend is increasingly integrated with the entry into force of the free market that requires support of ocean transport system must be supported by ocean infrastructure.
  7. The emergence of global warming issues that cause many environmental problems including ocean environment that requires the support of the development of science and technology to reduce the field of Ocean Engineering, predict, and prevent the adverse effects arising as a result of the global warming on the ocean environment.

C. Accreditation or Curriculum Standards ReferenceOcean Engineering Program Curriculum refers to the criteria issued by International Accreditation Agency ABET (Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology) Inc., USA and a reference body of knowledge that issued by American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE).

D. References

Documents referenced in the preparation of Ocean Engineering Curriculum 2013 is as follows:

  1. Academic Senate SK ITB No. 11/SK/I1-SA/OT/2012 on Guidelines for Curriculum 2013-2018 ITB.
  2. Attachment ITB Rector Decree No. 284/SK/I1.A/PP/2012, dated December 7, 2012 on the Guidelines for Curriculum Development 2013-2018 Format ITB.
  3. The Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology Inc., USA, http://www.abet.org
  4. American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), “Body of Knowledge for the 21st Century”, 2nd edition, 2008.

In addition to the above reference documents, preparation of Ocean Engineering Curriculum 2013 also based on the input of stakeholders consisting of faculty, students, alumni, the graduates of ITB Ocean Engineering, and Industrial Advisory Board (IAB). Input is done to improve the quality of graduates Ocean Engineering Program, where every five years to evaluate the curriculum follows the curriculum evaluation ITB. Networking mechanism input from stakeholders conducted by the survey through questionnaires and meetings in a discussion forum. Crawl input from stakeholders to Ocean Engineering Master Program of performed in conjunction with input netting for Undergraduate Program. Some entries associated with the Master of which are input related to an increase in soft skills, including the ability discussions, presentations, and write in English, leadership, and creativity, as well as feedback on the addition of the course material and the addition of new courses that are a skill-up.

E. Educational Objectives and Outcomes Graduates

  • Educational Objectives

Educational Objectives of Ocean Engineering Master Program is to create graduates:

  1. Understand the philosophy of science and is ready to do research in the field of ocean engineering including underwater acoustics, protection of coastal and ocean environments, coastal structures, offshore structures, ports, ocean modeling, coastal management, ocean environmental control, and ocean energy.
  2. Working in a professional and ready to continue higher education in the field of Ocean Engineering.
  3. Behave politely, contributing to society, and ready to succeed in a variety of the world of work both nationally and internationally.
  • Outcomes Graduates

After studying in Ocean Engineering Master Program a graduate must have:

  1. The ability to apply the principles of fluid mechanics and solid, dynamic, hydrostatic, probability and applied statistics, oceanography, water waves, and underwater acoustics in ocean engineering research.
  2. The ability to analyze and draw conclusions (synthesis) of research activities in the field of ocean engineering.
  3. Ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as the ability to analyze and interpret data.
  4. Ability to analyze and make conclusions from an engineering problem.
  5. An understanding of professional responsibility and ethics.
  6. Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing.
  7. Education vast necessary to understand the impact of the solution of engineering problems in the context of global, economic, environmental, and social.
  8. An understanding of the need for the ability to engage in lifelong learning activities.
  9. Knowledge of the latest issues.
  10. Ability to use the techniques, skills, and the latest technical equipment needed to research.

F. Curriculum StructureCompulsory Courses

Num. Codes Courses Credits
1. KL 5098 Research Method 3
2. KL 5100 Advanced Engineering Analysis 3
3. KL 5101 Advanced Water Wave Mechanics 3
4. KL 5102 Marine Hydrodynamics 3
5. KL 5200 Advanced Random Waves 3
6. KL 5201 Advanced Underwater Acoustics 3
7. KL 6099 Research and Thesis 6
Num. Elective Courses Credits
1. Study Program 0
2. Other Study Program 0
3. Elective Free 0
Total Credits = 24 Credits

Elective Courses

Num. Codes Courses Credits
1. KL 5103 Advanced Marine Geo technics 3
2. KL 5110 Coastal Morphology 3
3. KL 5120 Dynamics of Offshore Structures 3
4. KL 5202 Risk and Reliability Analysis 3
5. KL 5203 Corrosion of Material for Marine Environment 3
6. KL 5221 Advanced Offshore Platforms 3
7. KL 6000 Special Topics in Ocean Engineering 3
8. KL 6100 Ocean Fluid Dynamics 3
9. KL 6200 Advanced Ocean Modeling 3

G. Academic Staff

  • Andojo Woerjanto, Ph.D. (University of Delaware, Amerika Serikat)
  • Hendra Achiari, Ph.D. (Yokohama National University, Jepang)
  • Hendriyawan, Dr. (Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Malaysia)
  • Irsan Soemantri Brodjonegoro, Ph.D. (University Rhode Island, Amerika Serikat)
  • Krisnaldi Idris, Ph.D. (Oregon State University, Amerika Serikat)
  • Muslim Muin, Ph.D. (University Rhode of Island, Amerika Serikat)
  • Paramashanti, Dr. (Nagoya University, Jepang)
  • Ricky Lukman Tawekal, Ph.D. (University of Michigan, Amerika Serikat)
  • Rildova, Ph.D. (Virginia Technology, Amerika Serikat)
  • Sri Murti Adiyastuti, Ph.D. (The University Of New South Wales, Australia)
  • Syawaluddin Hutahaean, Dr. (ITB, Indonesia)

H. Contact Address
Ocean Engineering Master Program,
Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Phone    : +62 22 2509117
Fax        : +62 22 2509117
Email     : magister-ocean@ocean.itb.ac.id
Website : www.ocean.itb.ac.id