## Course Syllabus

**MATHEMATICS 1**

CODE : PMT301

CREDITS : 3

SEMESTER : 1

PREREQUISITE : -

SUB- PREQUISITE : -

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

Students are able to understand and demonstrate competency in drawing functional graphs, determine the value functions, calculate the limits and determine the continuity of functions, determine implicit and explicit differentials (problems of optimization). Students are able to demonstrate performance that is independent, structured and of quality. Students are able to apply principles of basic mathematics 1 to simplify problems in the field. Students are able to show a sense of responsibility towards individual assignments

**COURSE MATERIALS**

- Mathematical principles and the natural sciences
- Engineering principles in problem solving
- Mathematical engineering for engineering expertise and facility construction designs.

**LEARNING METHOD**

Lecture, practices, and discussion.

**REFERENCES**

a. Purcell, E.J., Dale, V. (2003).

*Kalkulus jilid 1. Edisi*8. Erlangga.

b. Soemartojo, N. (1985).

*Kalkulus Dasar. Lembaga Penerbit Fakultas Ekonomi. Universitas Indonesia*.

**CIVIL ENGINEERING CONSTRUCTION SYSTEM**

CODE : PUS201

CREDITS : 2

SEMESTER : 1

PREREQUISITE : -

SUB-PREQUISITE : -

**COURSE DESCRIPTION**

This course deals with the systems for building structures in order to create a standing structure that balances with elements such as the interchange (plotted or not plotted), traffic flow of the housing area, knowledge of the elements of building construction (foundation, building frame, flooring, roofing, stairways, sanitation), bridges (above and below ground), river construction, water discharge, general nature and intensity of rains, problems of de-watering (drying up) during construction, river flow (open flow channel, cross section channels that are rectangular, trapezium, and circular), designing simple flow load, designing simple dimensional view of utility drainage channel area and the environmental aspects in building structures.

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

Students are able to understand construction engineering relating to water constructions, transportation construction, building structures and the basic designing aspects of civil engineering for housing areas. Students are able to apply logical, critical, systematic, and innovative thinking in the context of developing or implementing their knowledge related to their area of expertise. Students are able to identify the sources of problem through the process of investigation and analysis of data. Students are able to demonstrate a responsible attitude of their expertise.

**COURSE MATERIALS**

Implementation of science, technology based on principles, systems and scientific ethics.

**LEARNING METHOD**

Problem-based Learning (PBL)

**REFERENCES**

Sutarman, E., (2013).

*Konsep dan Aplikasi Pengantar Teknik Sipil. Andi*.

**STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS 1**

CODE : PAS301

CREDITS : 3

SEMESTER : 1

PREREQUISITE : -

SUB-PREQUISITE : -

**COURSE DESCRIPTION**

This course covers the meaning, concepts, and rules that must be complied with in mechanical engineering, load, couple moment, actions and reactions, results, static equilibrium, dynamic, stable and unstable, understanding the law of equilibrium, statical principles, description and organization of stress, polygon columns/polar drawings, analytic and graph methods to understand and calculate truss frame, definite and indefinite staticity, internal and external, analytic and graphic methods such as point of equibiliriun, Culman, Ritter, and Cremona methods, understanding and calculation of definite and indefinite statics in beam structures, analytic and graphic of reactions, stress in crossed and normal moment; understand and calculate portal staticity, analytic and graphic reactions, stress during normal and crossed moments.

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

Students are able to understand assumptions in mechanical engineering, calculate stress in moment and static movements on structures of beam, portal, and frames both analytically and graphically. Students master the concepts for application in analysis. Students are able to apply logical thinking in solving more complex problems. Students are able to apply mechanical engineering principles to more complex problems. Students demonstrate a responsible attitude towards completion of assigned tasks.

**COURSE MATERIALS**

a. Sources of engineering problems in engineering.

b. Interpretation of data analysis and information based on engineering principles.

**LEARNING METHOD**

Lecture, practices and assignments.

**REFERENCES**

a. Shedd, T.C., Vawter, J (1959). Theory of Simple Structure, 2nd Edition. John Wiley & Sons, New York.

b. Timoshenko, S.P., Young, D.H. (1965). Theory of Structures, 2nd Edition. McGraw Hill.

c. Wirjomartono, S. (1969).

*Mekanika Teknik Konstruksi Statis Tertentu. Jajasan Penerbit FIP – IKIP*. Jogyakarta.

**LAND-SURVEYING SCIENCE**

CODE : PUT201

CREDITS : 2

SEMESTER : 1

PREREQUISITE : -

SUB-PREQUISITE : -

**COURSE DESCRIPTION**

This course provides an understanding of the concepts in land-surveying science, equipment for land surveying, coordinate system, azimuth calculation, mapping of boundary, mapping of topography, measurements in mapping, calculation of size and volume of excavations and landslides, and conduct field surveys.

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

Students are able to understand concepts of coordinate system and using it for calculation and are able to calculate the excavaton work and landslides based on the measurements of the site. Students master the principles to be applied in the field. Students are able to demonstrate performance that is independent, of quality and structured. Students are able to apply principles of land surveying to complete work on-site. Students demonstrate a responsible attitude towards assignments given.

**COURSE MATERIALS**

a. Theory of Engineering Sciences

b. Engineering principles

c. Analyis and Engineering

d. Analysis and

*constructon designs of facilities and infrastructures.*

**LEARNING METHOD**

Lecture and practicum.

**REFERENCES**

a. Benton, A.R., Taetz, P.J. (1991). Elements of Plane Surveying. McGraw-Hill.

b. Wolf, P.R., Brinker, R.C. (1994). Elementary Surveying, 6th Edition. International Textbook Company.

c. Roberts, J. (1995). Construction Surveying, Layout, and Dimension Control. Delmar.

**PHYSICS**

CODE : IFI201

CREDITS : 2

SEMESTER : 1

PREREQUISITE : -

SUB-PREQUISITE : -

**COURSE DESCRIPTION**

This course deals with waves, acoustics, lighting (illumination in buildings), heat (heat transfer), energy impulse and momentum, centrifugal and centripetal force.

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

Students understand the basics of mechanics and mechanical waves so that they can apply them to simple problems related to the area of civil engineering expertise. Students demonstrate responsibility and independence to his efforts in his expertise. Students master the science concepts in their application to engineering problems. Students demonstrate performance that is independent, of quality and structured. Students demonstrate the application of natural science and engineering principles in solving complex engineering problems.

**COURSE MATERIALS**

The Natural Science Concepts

**LEARNING METHOD**

Lecture, practices, assignments and discussions.

**REFERENCES**

a. Halliday, D., Resnick, R. & Walker, J., (2004). Fundamentals of Physics, 7 th Edition. John Wiley & Son.

b. Tippler, P.A., (1991). Physics for Scientists and Engineers, Worth Publisher.

**COURSE IN BASIC HUMANITIES**

CODE : PUD201

CREDITS : 2

SEMESTER : 1

PREREQUISITE : -

SUB-PREQUISITE : -

**COURSE DESCRIPTION**

This course in Basic Humanities is a science that studies the results of human culture on values/norms, life styles in society and the physical transformation of works from the communities. From this knowledge, the students are made aware of and understand the local (Indonesian culture) wisdom, and are able to develop it as a basis to improve the quality of the environment and the welfare of communities, and how to take advantage of local wisdom to facilitate development through aspects of institutions, ethics, and construction management.

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

Students are able to express their understanding of the values in local wisdom and cultures in order to explain and visualize the physically form for housing, forms of construction, construction structures, details and others from traditional housing. Students are able to apply their knowledge of the humanities into human values. Students are able to appreciate the diversity of cultures in Indonesia.

**COURSE MATERIALS**

Qualities of living in a Society, Nation, and State and the progress of civilization based on

*Pancasila*.

**LEARNING METHOD**

Problem Based Learning (PBL)

*.*

**REFERENCES**

a. Arya Ronald , Dr. Ir. (2005).

*Bambu Dalam Desain Arsitektur. Workshop Teknnologi Struktur Bambu.*Yogyakarta.

*b.*(1994).

*Konstruksi atap bangunan tradisional Indonesia. Departemen Pendidikan dan Kebudayaan Universitas Indonesia Depok.”*

c.

*(1*993).

*Arsitektur Tradisional Tanah Toraja. Departemen Pendidikan dan Kebudayaan.*Jakarta.

d. Morisco, Arya Ronald , Dr. Ir. (1999).

*Rekayasa Bambu. Nafiri Offset*. Yogyakarta.

e. Suwandoyo Sidiq. (1996).

*Pemanfaat Kayu Untuk Bangunan Rumah*. Workshop on Timber Engeneering Low Cost Housing. Bandung.

f. Suwarno Wirjomartono, Ir (1968).

*Konstruksi Kayu Jilid I. Yayasan Penerbitan FIP – IKKIP*. Yogyakarta.

g. Sumalyo, Yulianto. (2001).

*Struktur Dalam Arsitektur Rumah Adat Tanah Toraja. Makalah Dalam Rapat Penyusuna Pedoman Pemugaran Dan Konversi Bangunan.*Jakarta.

h. Syafwandi. (1993).

*Arsitektur Tradisional Tanah Toraja. Proyek Penelitian Pengkajian Dan Pembinaan Nilai-Nilai Budaya*.

i. Sigit Wijaksono. (2000).

*Pemanfaatan Bambu sebagai Bahan Bangunan. laporan Teknis Berkala Binus*

**COMPUTER PROGRAMMING**

CODE : PPK201

CREDITS : S

SEMESTER : 1

PREREQUISITE : -

SUB-PREQUISITE : -

SUB-PREQUISITE : Mathematics 1

**COURSE DESCRIPTION**

This course covers materials in Visual Basic 6 (VB6) programming language, basics of programming, flow chart of making a program, creating a simple calculation model for civil engineering.

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

Students are introduced to one of the programming languages and are able to create a simple program that can be used for civil engineering calculations. Students demonstrate responsibility and independence to their efforts and their expertise. Students know the latest and newest developments in technology. Students apply logical, critical, systematic, and innovative thinking in the context of developing or implementing technology in their area of expertise. Students are able to make use of planning tools to solve complex problems.

**COURSE MATERIALS**

Communication Techniques and The Latest in Technology.

**LEARNING METHOD**

Lecture, practicum.

**REFERENCES**

a. Kusrianto Adi.(2010).

*Mengaplikasikan Formula dan Fungsi Exel 2007 untuk Menyelesaikan Pekerjaan Sehari-hari. PT Elex Media Komputindo*Kompas Gramedia. Jakarta.

b. Kusrianto Adi. (xxx).

*Shortcut-Shortcut Unggulan MS Office Word,Exel dan PowerPoint 2007. PT Elex Media Komputindo Kompas Gramedia.*Jakarta.

**BUILDING MATERIALS**

CODE : PBB201

CREDITS : 2

SEMESTER : 1

PREREQUISITE : -

SUB-PREQUISITE : -

**COURSE DESCRIPTION**

This course consists of classifications of natural rocks used for construction, introduction to sand, pebbles, coral and broken gravels, coals, bricks, interblocks/paving blocks, the different types of semen processes to make steel for construction, types and characteristics of tin and steel, corrosion and its prevention. It also deals with mechanical, physical and chemical nature of timber as a building materials, methods and uses of drying and preservation of timber, uses of timber waste and various types of products made from low quality timber. There is also a discussion on the types and processes of producing plastic, their characteristics and their uses in construction projects. It also deal with the different types of roofing, flooring and glass materials for constructions and the latest building materials such as light concrete for wall, gypsum, glassblock, marble, granite and others.

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

Students are able to understand and have knowledge of the origins, the processes, the characteristics and rules that must be complied with in construction materials so that students are able to know the uses of materials in planning and construction. Students are able to master and apply the principles in the field. Students are able to demonstrate performance that is independent, of quality and structured. Students are able to apply the sciences of land surveying to complete work in the field. Students are able to demonstrate responsibility towards given assignments.

**COURSE MATERIALS**

Principles and technical engineering (including policy, norms, standards, guidelines and manuals)

**LEARNING METHOD**

Lecture and practicum

**REFERENCES**

a. Krdiyono Tjokrodimulyo, ME. (1992).

*Bahan Bangunan. Universitas Gajah Mada.*Yogyakarta.

b. Marlan, Sugijamto.(1975).

*Logam Sebagai Bahan Bangunan. Lembaga Penyelidikan Masalah Bangunan.*Bandung.

c. Moh. Anas Aly, (2001).

*Mengenal Teknik Konstruksi Interblok. Yayasan Pengembang Teknologi dan Manajemen*. Jakarta.

d. R. Sagel, P. Kole dan Gideon Kusuma. (1993).

*Pedoman Pengerjaan Beton Berdasarkan SKSNI T-15-1991-03.*Erlangga. Jakarta.

e. S.M. Ritonga. (1969).

*Bahan Bangunan. Lembaga Penyelidikan Masalah Bangunan.*Bandung.

**DRAWING CIVIL ENGINEERING STRUCTURES**

CODE : PMB402

CREDITS : 3

SEMESTER : 2

PREREQUISITE : -

SUB-PREQUISITE : -

**COURSE DESCRIPTION**

This course introduces the techniques in drawings for civil engineering constructions, the projections, the elements of low-rise building construction such as foundation, wall, doors/windows, flooring, skyline, stairs, floor templates and roofing plans.

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

Students are introduced to the elements in civil engineering construction, are able to read construction drawings and are able to operate AutoCAD. Students are also able to apply AutoCAD in drawing maps, views, a section view of a foundation and roof plan and including the details for the building components. Students are to demonstrate performance that are independent, of quality and structured. Students are able to select tools for designining. Students are able to demonstrate responsibility towards given assignments.

**COURSE MATERIALS**

Applying science and technology based on principles, systems and scientific ethics, and descriptions of results from scientific researches.

**LEARNING METHOD**

Lecture, practices and discussion.

**REFERENCES**

a. Roy, C., Roger, G. (2007). Building Construction Handbook. Printedand Bound in Great Britain.

b. Frick, H. (1993).

*Ilmu Konstruksi Bangunan 1 & 2. Kanisius*. Yogyakarta.

c. Benny, P. (1996).

*Konstruksi Bangunan Gedung bertingkat rendah. Universitas Atmajaya.*Yogyakarta.

d. Mikael, S., SmitDev Community. (2011). Mastering AutoCAD. PT. Alex Media Komputindo. Jakarta.

e. Mikael, S. (2010), 123

*Langkah Cepat Menguasai*AUTOCAD 2D. Smitr Dev.Com & Andi. Jakarta.

**MAtHematiCS 2**

CODE : PMT202

CREDITS : 3

SEMESTER : 2

PREREQUISITE : Mathematics 1

SUB-PREQUISITE : -

**COURSE DESCRIPTION**

This course deals with indefinite integrals such as integral concepts, trigonometry substitutions, partial integrals, rational function integrals and definite integrals such as size, volume, arc length of curve, moment, center of gravity, and moment of inertia

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

Students are able to understand and solve definite integrals including calculating size, volume of spheres, arc length of a curve, area of a sphere, moment, center point of a mass and moment of inertia. Students are able to demonstrate performance that are independent, of quality and structured. Students are able to apply mathematical principles to simplify problems faced in the field.

**COURSE MATERIALS**

a. Principles of mathematics and the natural sciences.

b. Engineering principles to solve problems

c. Mathematical engineering for engineering and designing infrastructure constructions.

**LEARNING METHOD**

Lecture, practices, and discussion.

**REFERENCES**

a. Purcell, E.J., Dale, V. (2003).

*Kalkulus jilid 1.*

*Edisi 8. Erlangga.*

b. Soemartojo, N. (1985).

*Kalkulus Dasar. Lembaga Penerbit Fakultas Ekonomi. Universitas Indonesia*.

c. Ayres,F., Mendelson, E. (2002).

*Kalkulus. Erlangga.*Jakarta.

**STRUCTUAL ANALYSIS**

**2**

CODE : PAS302

CREDITS : 3

SEMESTER : 2

PREREQUISITE : Structural Analysis 1

SUB-PREQUISITE : -

**COURSE DESCRIPTION**

This course provides an understanding of the role of the influence line and how to calculate its static determinate structure in beams, horizontal beams, portals and frames in rectangle and normal style, or the load point for concentrated load and uniformly distributed load, and to calculate the center of gravity, load line of beam cross-section, moment of inertia, moment of inertia for rectangle and cyclinder.

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

Students are able to understand and calculate the influence line on beams, static determinant for portal, beams and frames, and are able to determine the load property of a rectangle. Students are able to demonstrate responsibility and independence in their performance and expertise. Students master the theoretrical concepts of engineering sciences and engineering principles. Students are able to apply logical, critical, systematic and innovative thinking in the context of developing or implementing science in this area of expertise. Students are able to identify the sources of problems in structural engineering, geotechnical engineering and other expertise.

**COURSE MATERIALS**

Sources of engineering problems in engineering and interpretation of data and information analysis based on engineering principles.

**LEARNING METHOD**

Lecture, practices and assignments.

**REFERENCES**

a. Timoshenko, S.P., Young, D.H. (1965). Theory of Structures, 2ndEdition. McGraw Hill.

b. Wirjomartono, S. (1969).

*Mekanika Teknik Konstruksi Statis Tertentu. Jajasan Penerbit FIP – IKIP.*Jogyakarta.

c. Timoshenko, S (1983). Strength of Materials. Dover Publications. New York.

**MATERIALS TECHNOLOGY**

CODE : PST302

CREDITS : 2

SEMESTER : 2

PREREQUISITE : Building Materials

SUB-PREQUISITE : -

**COURSE DESCRIPTION**

This course consists of an introduction to concrete technology, materials for making concrete, rules/standards for concrete, creation of concrete mix, learning about concrete, mixing, transportation, density, maintainence, testing strength and bend of concrete, evaluating compressive strength and slump test of concrete, maintainence and repairs of concrete structures, nature of steel fibre reinforced concrete and materials for its formation, and tensile strength and cold tensile test for reinforced steel beams, evaluation of steel beam testings.

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

Students are able to understand the aspects of materials in concrete and steel and the composition for making concrete materials from natural materials or other materials to increase concrete strength, and are able to design mixed concrete and to understand the processes of tensile testing of steel materials. Students master the scientific concepts and apply them in the expertise of engineering. Students are able to demonstrate performance that is independent, of quality and structured. Students are able to apply their knowledge of natural sciences and engineering principles to solve complex problems in engineering.

**COURSE MATERIALS**

Communication in techniques and the newest and latest in technology.

**LEARNING METHOD**

Lecture and practicum

**REFERENCES**

a.

*Peraturan Beton Bertulang Indonesia*1971

b. Nevile, A.M., (1985) Properties Concrete, Fourth Edition, Longman Scientific and Technical, London.

c. Nevile, A.M., Brooks, J.J., (1987) Concrete Technology, Longman Scientific and Technical, London.

d. Patton, W.J., (1976). Contraction Materials, Englewood Cliff New Jersey.

**STATISTICS AND PROBABILITIES**

CODE : PUM201

CREDITS : 2

SEMESTER : 2

PREREQUISITE : -

SUB-PREQUISITE : -

**COURSE DESCRIPTION**

This course consists of the theory of probabilities and the role it plays in engineering, the basic concepts of probabilities (events and probabilities, set theory of elements, mathematical probabilities), analytic model of random phenomina (random variables, important distribution of probabilities, double random variables), functions of mixed variables (reduced distribution of possibilities, moment of function mixed variables), interpretation of parameters from observation data, determining emphirically distribution models (theoretical probability), validity test of assumed distribution; regression and co-relations analysis; Bayes approaches, elements guaranteeing sampling quality.

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

Students are able to apply the concepts of statistics and probabilities in engineering planning and in engineering designs. Students are able to show independence and responsibility in their work and area of expertise. Students master principles in the application of mathematical engineering in solving more complex problems. Students apply logical, critical, systematic and innovative thinking in the context of developing science. Students are able to apply mathematical principles for expertise of structural and geotechnical engineering and other areas of expertise of engineering.

**COURSE MATERIALS**

a. Principles of mathematics and the natural sciences.

b. Engineering principles to solve problems

c. Mathematical engineering and the expertise of engineering and construction design engineering for infrastructures.

**LEARNING METHOD**

Problem Based Learning(PBL)

**REFERENCES**

a. Ang, A H-S & Tang W.H. (1987).

*Konsep-konsep Probabilitas dalam Perencanaan dan Perancangan Rekayasa.*

b. Benjamin, JR & Cornell C.A.(1970). Prabability, Statistic and Decision for Civil Engineers Mc. Graw Hill, Inc. New York.

c. Walpole, R.E & Myers R.H. (1986).

*Ilmu Peluang dan Statitika untuk Insinyur dan Ilmuwan. Penerbit ITB.*Bandung.

**FOUNDATION IN TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING**

CODE : PTT201

CREDITS : 2

SEMESTER : 2

PREREQUISITE : -

SUB-PREQUISITE : -

**COURSE DESCRIPTION**

This course deals with the history of the development of transportation, technology in transportation, facilities and infrastructures for transportation, land transportation modes (roads, rails), air transportation modes, continuous transportation mode, factors in the operations of transportation, transportation planning and national transportation system.

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

Students are able to understand system and the transportation systems, relationship between land planning use and transportation, accessibility, the relationship between land use intensity, accessibility and mobility, system of activity, service system, movement system and institutions, and simple model of demand and supply relationship, freight forwarding concepts. Students are able to demonstrate performance that is independent, of quality and structured. Students master the scientific concepts and apply them in the expertise in engineering. Students are able to demonstrate performance that is independent, of quality and structured. Students are able to apply their knowledge of the natural sciences and engineering principles to solve complex problems in engineering.

**COURSE MATERIALS**

a. Theories of engineering sciences

b. Engineering principles

c. Analysis and engineering

d. Analysis and facilities and infrastructure construction designs

**LEARNING METHOD**

Problem Based Learning(PBL)

**REFERENCES**

a. AASHTO. (1994). A Policy on Geometric Design of Highways and Street, American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials. Washington D.C.

b. Basuki Heru. (1985).

*Merancang dan Merencanakan Lapangan Terbang, Penerbit Alumni.*Bandung.

c.

*Departemen Perhubungan. (1994). Sistem Transportasi Nasional. draft 6. Dep.*

*Hub. Jakarta*.

*d.*

*Departemen Perhubungan.(1995). Sistem Transportasi Nasional-Jaringan Transportasi Nasional. draft 2. Dep. Hub. Jakarta.*

**WRITING TECHNIQUES AND PRESENTATION**

CODE : PUI201

CREDITS : 2

SEMESTER : 2

PREREQUISITE : -

SUB-PREQUISITE : -

**COURSE DESCRIPTION**

This course consists of interest, topics, questions, problems, definition of the problem, a general model for problem-solving, science and research, scientific methods, bibliography, formulation of a problem, scientific reports and types of scientific reports, and written communication. It also discusses the writer’s rights, obligations and responsibilities, writing tools, format for ease of discussion, a mastery of words, sentences, paragraphs and styles in writing. It also provides information on the support systems such as the intricacies of tables, reference system, ethics for quoting references, documentation of sources of references, scientific paper planning, anatomy of the title for scientific paper and sub-titles, abstracts and summary, key words, introduction of a scientific paper, methodology, presentation of data or results, conclusion, aknowledgement, references and biblilography. It also includes techniques for presentation, attention curve, using pictures to deliver a message, targets of presentation, slides, preparation for presentation, factors during presentation.

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

Students are able to apply writing techniques in writing papers for journals and for presentation as part of their final assignment or for seminars. Students are able to demonstrate responsibility and independence in their area of expertise towards given assignments. Students know about communication and the development of latest technology. Students are able to organize and describe the results of scientific work as a final assignment report. Students are able to conduct research that includes the identification, formulation and analysis in geotechnical and transportation engineeering, facilities and infrastructures construction designs.

**COURSE MATERIALS**

Desriptive writing of scientific results.

**LEARNING METHOD**

Problem Based Learning(PBL)

**REFERENCES**

- Burns, R.B. (2000). Introduction to Research Methods, Long
- Khotari, C.R. (1998). Research Methodology, Wishwa Prakashan, New Delhi
- Rifai, M.A. (2005),
*Pegangan Gaya Penulisan,Penyuntinga**n dan Penerbitan*, GadjahMada University Press - Sastrowijoto, S. (2005), The Ethics of Writing Manuscripts, Workshop: International Scientific Writing , LEMLIT UGM
- Suhendro, B. (2005), How to Write Scientific/Technical Paper for International Journal Publication, Workshop: International Scientific Writing, LEMLIT UGM
- Tontowi, A.D. (2005). International Journal, Workshop International Scientific Writing, LEMLIT UGM.
- VanGundy, A.B. (1988). Techniques of Structured Problem Solving, Van Nostrand Reinhold Company Inc., New York.

*PANCASILA***-STATE IDEOLOGY EDUCATION**

CODE : UPA200

CREDITS : 2

SEMESTER : 2

PREREQUISITE : -

SUB-PREQUISITE : -

**COURSE DESCRIPTION**

This course deals with an understanding of

*Pancasila*as a constitutional jurisdiction, principles and object of discussion. It also discusses

*Pancasila*as a context of the struggle for the nation, as a system of philosophy describing the identity of a nation and the aspects of ontology, epistemology and its axiology. It also discusses its basis in ethics and its implementation in nation building, the consistenency of

*das sollen*and

*das sein*and

*Pancasilia*as an ideology and context in government.

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

Students are able to apply consistently and consciously the values of

*Pancasila*and have an awareness of its role in a nation and state. Students contribute to improving the quality of life in a society, nation and country and the progress of a civil society based on

*Pancasila.*Students master the principles and current issues in economics, social and ecology problems. Students are able to discuss its implications in the development of science and technology that focus on the application of humanitarian values based on principles, systems and scientific ethics. Students are able to demonstrate performance that is independent, of quality and structured.

**COURSE MATERIALS**

a. Believe in The Almighty God

b. Religious attitude

c. Principles and current economic, social and ecological issues.

d. Norms of humanity based on religion, moral and ethics.

**LEARNING METHOD**

Problem Based Learning (PBL)

**REFERENCES**

a. Dikti, (2006).

*Materi Kursus Dosen Pendidikan Pancasila dan Kewarganegaraan di Perguruan Tinggi.*

b. Kaelan, (2004).

*Pendidikan Pancasila. Paradigma,*Yogyakarta.

c. Kaelan, (2006).

*Filsafat Pancasila.*Yogyakarta.

d. Sutrisno, S., (2006).

*Filsafat Pancasila dan Ideologi Pancasila. Andi*. Yogyakarta.

e. Soekarno, (2006).

*Filsafat Pancasila. Media Pressindo.*Yogyakarta.

f. Soekarno, (2006).

*Pancasila Sebagai Dasar Negara*.

g.

*Undang-Undang Dasar Tahun*1945

**MAtHematiCS 3**

CODE : PMT303

CREDITS : 3

SEMESTER : 3

PREREQUISITE : Mathematics 1 and Mathematics 2

SUB-PREQUISITE : -

**COURSE DESCRIPTION**

This course deals in double or more variable functions and its partial derivatives, double integrals and its transformation into polar coordinates; triple integrals and transformation in cylinder and sphere coordinates, application of double integrals to determine the mass, center of gravity, and moment of inertia, matrix, inverse of a matrix, multiple matrix, linear simultaneous equation (Cramer, Gauss), Eigen value problem.

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

Students are able to understand the functions of two variables or double integrals and transformation in polar coordinates, triple integrals in cyclinder and sphere coordinates, matrix, inverse of a matrix, linear simultaneous equation, eigen problem and their application in civil engineering. Students demonstrate independence and responsibility towards assignments in his expertise. Students understand the principles in applying mathematical engineering to solve civil engineering problems. Students are able to demonstrate performance that is independent, of quality and structured. Students are able to apply mathematical principles in solving problems related to structural engineering, geotechnical engineering and other areas of expertise in engineering.

**COURSE MATERIALS**

a. Principles of mathematics and the natural sciences.

b. Engineering principles to solve problems

c. Mathematical engineering and the expertise of engineering and infrastructure construction designs.

**LEARNING METHOD**

Problem Based Learning (PBL)

**REFERENCES**

a. Kreyszig, Erwin. (2010). Advanced Engineering Mathematics, 8th Edition, John Wiley and Sons.

b. Purcell, E.J. (1989) (terjemahan T.N. Susila, dkk). Kalkulus dan Geometri Analitik Jilid 2, Jakarta: Erlangga.

**STRUCTURAL STEEL I**

CODE : PSJ201

CREDITS : 2

SEMESTER : 3

PREREQUISITE : Structural Analysis 1 and 2

SUB-PREQUISITE : -

**COURSE DESCRIPTION**

This course discusses the types, types of profile, the physical properties in mechanical steel, its ultimate strength concept, nominal strength, ASD and LRFD, load, pull structure, pin, and welded joints

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

Students are able to understand the uniqueness and weakness of steel structures, are able to plan and to calculate structures using ASD and LRFD concepts for stressed or pull components, and are able to calculate the joint capacity using pins and welding methods. Students are able to demonstrate responsibility and independence of expertise in assignments. Students master the theoretical concepts of engineering sciences and engineering principles in designs. Students apply logical, critical, systematic, and innovative thinking in the context of development or implementation of sciences. Students are able to identify the source of problems, analyze, and interpret data and information based on engineering principles

**COURSE MATERIALS**

a. Theories of engineering sciences

b. Engineering Principles

c. Analysis and Engineering

e. Analysis and construction designs of facilities and infrastructures, engineering principles to solve problems.

**LEARNING METHOD**

Problem Based Learning(PBL)

**REFERENCES**

a. ASCE/SEI 7-10. Minimum Design Loads For Buildings and Other Structures.

b. Aghayere, A.O., Vigil, J., (2009). Structural Steel Design ; A Practice-Oriented Approach, Pearson.

c. Salmon, C.G., Johnson, J.E., (1995). Steel Structures Design and Behavior Emphasizing Load and Resistance Factor Design, Fourth Edition, HarperCollins, New York.

**SOIL MECHANICs**

CODE : PGT401

CREDITS : 4

SEMESTER : 3

PREQUISITE : -

SUB-PREQUISITE : -

**COURSE DESCRIPTION**

This course provides an understanding of soil and its formation process, its basic properties and soil classification, underground water flow, determining soil compaction and

*California Bearing Ratio*(CBR) values, calculating the size and timing of soil subsistence and calculating shear stress. It also includes practices to conduct specific gravity (Gs) test, index test, soil size analysis, Atterberg limit, compression and CBR, consolidation, unconfined compression test (UCT) and triaxial UU, CU, and CD

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

Students are able to understand the concept of soil formation, the theory of soil mechanics, are able to differentiate between organic and anorganic soil, are able to classify soil, calculate soil subsistence and shear stress in order to apply this to solve problems related to sub-surface soil structures. Students will develop the skills to use laboratory tools and have the experience of obtaining laboratory data which will be used to calculate sub-surface soil structures. Students are able to demonstrate responsibility and independence of their expertise in assignments. Students master the principles of geotechnical engineering. Students are able to make decisions that are appropriate in the context of solving problems. Students are able to summarize alternativee solutions for geotechnical engineering problems.

**COURSE MATERIALS**

a. Theories of engineering sciences

b. Engineering Principles

c. Analysis and Engineering

d. Analysis and construction designs of facilities and infrastructures, engineering principles to solve problems.

**LEARNING METHOD**

Problem Based Learning(PBL)

**R**

**EFERENCES**

a. Das, B.M., (2007). Fundamentals of Geotechnical Engineering, Third Edition, Madrid, Spain.

b. Holtz, R.D., Kovacs, W.D., (1981). An Introduction to Geotechnical Engineering, Prentice-Hall International, Inc, London.

c. Lambe, T.W., Whitman, R.V., (1969). Soil Mechanics, John Wiley and Sons, Inc, United States of America.

**FLUID MECHANICS AND**

**HYDROLOGY**

CODE : PAF401

CREDITS : 4

SEMESTER : 3

PREQUISITE : Physics

SUB-PREQUISITE : -

**COURSE DESCRIPTION**

This course discusses the current principles and formula for fluid that is stationary and in motion, open and close channel flows and their applicaton in civil engineering.

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

Student are introduced to the current principles and formula for fluid that are stationary or in motion, close channel flow and open channel flow and are able to apply them in civil engineering. Students are able to demonstrate responsibility and independence towards given assignments. Students master the engineering sciences and engineering principles. Students apply logical, critical, systematic and innovative thinking in the context of developing science and technology in their expertise. Students are able to identify the sources of engineering problems in hydrotechnical engineering.

**COURSE MATERIALS**

a. Theories of engineering sciences

b. Engineering principles

c. Analysis and engineering

d. Analysis and construction designs of facilities and infrastructure

e. Engineering principles to solve problems

**LEARNING METHOD**

Problem Based Learning(PBL)

**REFERENCES**

a. Chow Ven Te. (1985).

*Hidrolika Saluran Terbuka (Terjemahan).*

*Erlangga,*Indonesia.

b. Triamodjo Bambang. (1996).

*Hidraulika I. Beta Offset, UGM.*Yogyakarta.

**TRAFFIC ENGINEERING**

CODE : PT201

CREDITS : 2

SEMESTER : 3

PREREQUISITE : -

SUB-PREQUISITE : -

**COURSE DESCRIPTION**

This course consists of road users’ behavior, behaviors of vehicles, and characteristics of traffic flow variations, definition and relationship between speed, direction and congestion, road capacity and level of road service, planning and installing traffic lights, traffic queue theory, regional traffic weaving planning, regional traffic junction planning; barrier free system.

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

Students are able to understand the road users’ behavior, behavior of vehicles and characteristics of traffic flow variations, speed, direction and congestion, capacity, level of road service, road capacity, traffic lights planning, traffic queue theory and weaving traffic flow, ramp junction, free flow system. Students are able to demonstrate responsibility and independence towards given assignments. Students master the principles and techniques of transportation engineerring. Students are able to make appropriate decision in the context of problem solving. Students are able to formulate alternative solutions for problems of transportation engineering.

**COURSE MATERIALS**

a. Theories of engineering sciences

b. Engineering Principles

c. Analysis and Engineering

d. Analysis and construction designs of facilities and infrastructure

e. Engineering principles to solve problems

**LEARNING METHOD**

Problem Based Learning(PBL)

**REFERENCES**

a. Bina Marga. (1979).

*Manual Kapasitas Jalan Indonesia*. Jakarta

b. (1990). Highway Capacity Manual. Transportation Research Board. Washington DC

**MECHANICS OF MATERIALS**

CODE : PMB303

CREDITS : 3

SEMESTER : 3

PREREQUISITE : Structural Analysis 1 and 2

SUB-PREQUISITE : -

**COURSE DESCRIPTION**

This course discusses the basic concepts of the mechanics of materials, internal, and external force equilibrium, structural behavior and internal and external force moment in concrete and steel, calculate tension, maximum compression on a cross section of a beam due to columns under centric and eccentric load, calculate stress in beam due to bending moment, calculate maximum deflection of beam using conjugation method, unit load, and differential equation.

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

Students are able to understand the concepts and calculate the tension and compression on a cross-section of a concrete or steel beam, are able to calculate and design a crossed section of a beam due to load and force, and are able to calculate deflection on beam due to external force. Students are able to demonstrate responsibility and independence towards given assignments. Students master the thoeretical concepts of engineering sciences and engineering principles. Students apply logical, critical, systematic and innovative thinking in the context of developing or implementing science. Students are able to identify the sources of the problem, conduct an analysis and interpret the data and information based on engineering principles.

**COURSE MATERIALS**

a. Sources of enginerring problems in the engineering expertise

**b.**Analysis and interpretation of data and information based on engineering principles.

**LEARNING METHOD**

Problem Based Learning(PBL)

**REFERENCES**

a. Hibbeler, R.C., (2011). Mechanics of Material, eighth edition. Prentice Hall.

b. Gere, J.M., (2009). Mechanics of Materials, seventh edition. Cengage Learning.

**REINFORCED CONCRETE STRUCTURES I**

CODE : PSB201

CREDITS : 2

SEMESTER : 3

PREREQUISITE : Structural Analysis 1 and 2

SUB-PREQUISITE : -

**COURSE DESCRIPTION**

This course provides an understanding of concrete structures, the calculation for designing concrete structures using the theory of boundary strength on beams, columns or plates with single pin, due to the combination of dead and live load on beams.

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

Students are able to understand the general concept of reinforced concrete structures through their structural elements of either their characteristics or strength in concrete. Students are able to design reinforced beam, column and plate based on strength limit, based on their calculation. Students are able to demonstrate responsibility and independence towards given assignments. Students master the theoretical concepts of engineering sciences and engineering principles. Students apply logical, critical, systematic, and innovative thinking in the context of developing or implementing science. Students are able to identify the sources of the problem, conduct an analysis and interpret the data and information based on engineering principles.

**COURSE MATERIALS**

a. Mathematical principles and the natural sciences

b. Engineering principles in problem solving

c. Sources of engineering problems in the engineering expertise

**d.**Analysis and interpretation of data and information based on engineering principles.

**LEARNING METHOD**

Problem Based Learning(PBL)

**REFERENCES**

a. MacGregor, J.G, Wight, J.K (2004) Reinforced Concrete – Mechanics and Design 4th Edition, Prentice Hall.

b. SNI 2847:2013 –

*Persyaratan Beton Struktural untuk Bangunan Gedung*.

**STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS 3**

CODE : PAS304

CREDITS : 3

SEMESTER : 4

PREREQUISITE : Structural Analysis 1 & 2, Mechanics of Materials 1

SUB-PREQUISITE : -

**COURSE DESCRIPTION**

This course deals with an understanding of structural analysis and how to calculate the static indeterminate structure in beam, portal or frame, calculate the deformation on beams, fixed portals and moveable portals due to sea pressure using Clapeyron method and Slope deflection method, calculate deflection and primary bending moment of continuous beams, fixed portals and moveable portals using Cross method.

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

Students are able to understand, calculate, and draw values of bending moments on static indeterminate structures in beams, fixed portals, moveable portals and frames, and to determine the deflection on those structures due to external force. Students are able to demonstrate responsibility and independence towards given assignments. Students master the theoretical concepts of engineering sciences and engineering principles. Students apply logical, critical, systematic and innovative thinking in the context of developing or implementing science. Students are able to identify the sources of the problem, conduct an analysis and interpret the data and information based on engineering principles.

**COURSE MATERIALS**

a. Sources of engineering problems in the engineering expertise

b. Analysis and interpretation of data and information based on engineering principles.

**LEARNING METHOD**

Problem Based Learning(PBL)

**REFERENCES**

a. Wang, C.K., (1969). Statically Indeterminate Structures. Mc Graw Hill Kogakusha Ltd.

b. Hibbeler, R.C., (2011). Structural Analysis. Pearson Education.

**REINFORCED CONCRETE STRUCTURES II**

CODE : PSB404

CREDITS : 2

SEMESTER : 4

PREREQUISITE : Reinforced Concrete Structures 1

SUB-PREQUISITE : -

**COURSE DESCRIPTION**

This course discusses reinforced concrete slab structures, concept for designing one-way slab and two-way slab, concept of load and reinforcement on slab and the procedure for designing shear wall.

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

Students are able to calculate and design one-way slab and two-way slab using shear moment coefficient method or the combination of slab load using direct method. Students are able to design reinforced earthquake-proof joints between beam and column. Students are able to demonstrate responsibility and independence towards given assignments in areas of their expertise. Students master the theoretical concepts of engineering sciences and engineering principles. Students apply logical, critical, systematic and innovative thinking in the context of developing or implementing science. Students are able to identify the sources of the problem, conduct an analysis and interpret the data and information based on engineering principles.

**COURSE MATERIALS**

a. Mathematical principles and the natural sciences

b. Engineering principles in problem solving

c. Sources of engineering problems in the engineering expertise

**d.**Analysis and interpretation of data and information based on engineering principles.

**LEARNING METHOD**

Problem Based Learning(PBL)

**REFERENCES**

a. ICCSAFE (2012). IBC Structural/Seismic Design Manual Volume 3 : Examples for Concrete Buildings.

b. MacGregor, J.G, Wight, J.K (2004) Reinforced Concrete – Mechanics and Design 4th Edition, Prentice Hall.

c. PCA Notes on ACI 318-11 Building Code

d. SNI 2847:2013 –

*Persyaratan Beton Struktural untuk Bangunan Gedung*.

e. SNI 1726:2012

*Tata Cara Perencanaan Ketahanan Gempa untuk Struktur Bangunan Gedung dan Non Gedung*

**STRUCTURAL STEEL II**

CODE : PSJ304

CREDITS : 2

SEMESTER : 4

PREREQUISITE : Structural Steel 1

SUB-PREQUISITE : -

**COURSE DESCRIPTION**

a. This course discusses the planning for structural steel using LRFD concept which includes 2-way bend beams, torque load on behavior of beam, stress and strain on behavior of materials, and combined bending and axial loads on beam and column structures.

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

Students are able to plan and calculate structural steel complete with beam flexibility of load combinations, and to plan beam column structures from steel and from composite materials. Students are able to demonstrate a responsible and independent attitude towards given assignments in their area of expertise. Students master the theoretical concepts of engineering sciences and engineering principles. Students apply logical, critical, systematic and innovative thinking in the context of developing or implementing science. Students are able to identify the sources of the problem, conduct an analysis and interpret the data and information based on engineering principles.

**COURSE MATERIALS**

a. Mathematical principles and the natural sciences

b. Engineering principles in problem solving

c. Sources of engineering problems in the engineering expertise

d. Analysis and interpretation of data and information based on engineering principles.

**LEARNING METHOD**

Problem Based Learning (PBL)

**REFERENCES**

a. ASCE/SEI 7-10. Minimum Design Loads For Buildings and Other Structures.

b. Aghayere, A.O., Vigil, J., (2009). Structural Steel Design ; A Practice-Oriented Approach, Pearson.

c. Salmon, C.G., Johnson, J.E., (1995). Steel Structures Design and Behavior Emphasizing Load and Resistance Factor Design, Fourth Edition, HarperCollins, New York.

**FOUNDATION dESIGN**

**1**

CODE : PGP304

CREDITS : 3

SEMESTER : 4

PREREQUISITE : Soil Mechanics

SUB-PREQUISITE : -

**COURSE DESCRIPTION**

This course deals with on-site soil testing, the earth samples collecting process, calculate the lateral earth force, calculate the bearing capacity, and plannings for shallow foundation, stability analysis of soil retention walls, slope stability and calculate the land subsistence caused by foundation block.

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

Students are able to understand the types and purposes of on-site soil testing, able to analyze the carrying capacity and the safety for shallow foundation, stability of soil retention walls and slopes, able to analyze subsistence due to foundation block. Students are able to demonstrate responsibility and independence towards given assignments in their area of expertise. Students master the theoretical concepts of engineering sciences and engineering principles. Students are able to make decisions appropriate to the context in solving problems in their expertise. Students are able to formulate alternative solutions in geotechnical engineering.

**COURSE MATERIALS**

a. Mathematical principles and the natural sciences

b. Engineering principles in problem solving

c. Sources of engineering problems in the engineering expertise

**d.**Analysis and interpretation of data and information based on engineering principles.

**LEARNING METHOD**

Problem Based Learning (PBL)

**REFERENCES**

a. Bowles, J.E., (1997). Foundation Analysis and Design, 5th Edition, McGraw-Hill.

b. Coduto, D.P., (2001). Foundation design Principles and Practices, 2nd Edition, Prentice Hall.

c. Huntington, W.C., (1957). Earth Pressures and Retaining Walls, John Wiley & Sons, New York.

**HIDROLOGY**

CODE : PAH201

CREDITS : 2

SEMESTER : 4

PREREQUISITE : Statistics and Probabilities

SUB-PREQUISITE : -

**COURSE DESCRIPTION**

This course discusses the hydrologic circles and their components such as DAS, river channel flow, rainfall, evaporation, infiltration and methods to collect and organize/use of river flow data and rainfall data, and preventions, calculate channel flow planning for portable water, hydropower, irrigation and flood discharge planning using methods appropriate to the observation of data from river channel flow and its length, quantity or none at all.

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

Students are able to use data from river channel flow and rainfall and to calculate with different hydrologic methods and in accordance with available data of river flow and rainfall data, for the purpose of planning the dimensions of construction for water. Students are able to demonstrate responsibility and independence towards given assignments in their area of expertise. Students master the theoretical concepts of engineering sciences and engineering principles. Students are able to make decisions appropriate to the context in solving problems in their expertise. Students are able to formulate alternative solutions in hydrotechnical engineering.

**COURSE MATERIALS**

a. Mathematical principles and the natural sciences

b. Engineering principles in problem solving

c. Sources of engineering problems in the engineering expertise

**d.**Analysis and interpretation of data and information based on engineering principles.

**LEARNING METHOD**

Problem Based Learning (PBL)

**REFERENCES**

a. C.D. Soemarto (1995).

*Hidrologi Teknik. Edisi kedua Erlangga,*Jakarta.

b. Sriharto , B.R. (1995).

*Hidrologi Terapan, Edisi ke-3 KMTS UGM,*Yogyakarta.

c. E.M. Wilson (1993).

*Hidrologi Teknik.*

*Edisi ke 4 (terjemahan) ITB*Bandung.

**PROJECT AND CONSTRUCTION manaGemenT (**

*MP*

*&*

*K***)**

CODE : PMK301

CREDITS : 3

SEMESTER : 4

PREREQUISITE : -

SUB-PREQUISITE : -

**COURSE DESCRIPTION**

This course provides an understanding of the meaning and concept of management, construction project, construction project resources, construction project management and construction project with its success indicators such as cost, quality, timing, and contract management.

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

Students are able to understand the meaning, concept and functions of management. Students are able to understand the implementation of those functions and the successful management of a project and that of construction project and its life cycle, the stakeholders and the key for its success. Students are familiar with the tools and methods used for construction project management including information system management. Students master the principles, techniques, concept and management principles applicable to project and construction. Students are able to identify sources of management problems in construction project engineering. Students demonstrate responsible and independent attitude towards assignments and area of expertise.

**COURSE MATERIALS**

a. Principles and technical engineering (including policy, norms, standards, guidelines and manuals).

b. Principles and current economic, social, and ecological issues.

**LEARNING METHOD**

Problem Based Learning (PBL)

**REFERENCES**

a.

*Undang-Undang No 18 Tahun 1999 tentang Jasa Konstruksi*.

b. Henderson, C. (2008). Project Management for Construction, Fundamental Concepts for Owner, Engineers, Architects, & Builders. Carnegi Melon University, Pittsburgh.

c. Logawa, G. (2007).

*Bunga Rampai Manajemen Proyek Konstruksi*. UniversitasTrisakti, Jakarta.

d. Sekarsari, J.T. (2014).

*Sistem Informasi Manajemen Teori dan Konsep Aplikasi pada Sektor Konstruksi,*Jakarta.

e. Wibowo, Agung, Kartono., (2008).

*Manajemen Konstruksi. UNISSULA dan UNDIP*, Semarang.

**matrix AND NUMERICAL METHOD**

CODE : PUM206

CREDITS : 3

oSEMESTER : 4

PREREQUISITE : Mathematics 1 and 2

SUB-PREQUISITE : -

**COURSE DESCRIPTION**

This course introduces second-order, third-order and homogenous or non-homogenous partial differential equation, meaning of matrix, types of matrix, matrix addition and multiplication, matrix transpose, determinants and inverse of a matrix using adjoint method, system of linear equation using Cramer method, adjoint and Gauss elimination method, eigen value and eigen vector, numerical concept, definition of errors, error rounding, error deducting, error propagation, total numerical error, numerical non-linear equation with Regula Fasli & Bisection method, alliteration, Secan, Newton-Raphson method, interpolation concept, numerical differentia and numerical integrations.

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

Students are able to understand and calculate differential equation, matrix operations, value and eigen vector, numerical equation, interpolation and numerical integration which can be later applied to expertise in technical engineering. Students demonstrate responsible and independent attitude towards assignments and area of expertise. Students master the concepts of mathematical engineering and apply it in more complex civil engineering problems. Students are able to demonstrate independent, quality and structured performance. Students are able to apply mathematical principles to solve problems from various expertise in engineering.

**COURSE MATERIALS**

a. Mathematical principles and the natural sciences

b. Engineering principles in problem solving

c. Mathematical engineering for the engineering field and facility construction design.

**LEARNING METHOD**

Problem Based Learning (PBL)

**R**

**EFERENCES**

a. Chapra, S. C., Canale, R.P., (2010). Numerical Methods for Engineers, Sixth Edition. McGraw-Hill.

b. Tobias, M.J. (2011). Matrices in Engineering Problems. Morgan & Claypool.

**MATRIX STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS**

CODE : PST305

CREDITS : 3

SEMESTER : 5

PREREQUISITE : Structural Analysis 1, 2 and 3

SUB-PREQUISITE : -

**COURSE DESCRIPTION**

This course provides an understanding of outer force, stress and strain relationship, calculate change of form and flexibility formation in flexibility matrix method and use them for calculations; calculate the relationship on change of form, strain, stress and force using stiffness matrix method

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

Students are able to calculate static indeterminate structure in wood portal using level-2 matrix method, flexibility matrix method and stiffness matrix method. Students are able to make decisions that are appropriate in the context of solving problems in their expertise. Students are able to formulate alternative solutions for problems in the expertise of hydrotechnical engineering.

**COURSE MATERIALS**

a. Mathematical principles and the natural sciences

b. Engineering principles in problem solving

c. Sources of engineering problems in the engineering expertise

**d.**Analysis and interpretation of data and information based on engineering principles.

**LEARNING METHOD**

Problem Based Learning (PBL)

**REFERENCES**

a. Ghali A.M Neville. (xxx). Structural Analysis A Unified Classical And Matrix Approach. Chapman and Hall.

b. J.M.Gere & Weaver. (xxx). Analysis of Framed Structures. Van Nos trand Company Inc.

c. M.Daniel Vanderbilt. (xxx). Matrix Structural Analysis. Quantum Publisher Inc.

**FOUNDATION DESIGN**

**2**

CODE : PGP205

CREDITS : 2

SEMESTER : 5

PREREQUISITE : Soil Engineering, Foundation Design 1

SUB-PREQUISITE : -

**COURSE DESCRIPTION**

This course provides an introduction and the designing of shallow foundation and deep foundation, calculation of bearing capacity for foundations, load bearing capacity on pole foundation and load bearing capacity of pole groups, including designing plaster analysis, and anchoring techniques

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

Students are able to understand the types of foundation and to design shallow foundation and deep foundation and rate of work plan. Students are able to analyze the lateral force of the load bearing capacity on foundation pole groups and single pole. Students demonstrate responsible and independent attitude towards their work in their area of expertise. Students master the theoretical concepts of engineering sciences and engineering design principles. Students are able to make decisions appropriate in the context of solving problems in their expertise. Students are able to formulate alternative solutions for problems in geotechnical engineering.

**COURSE MATERIALS**

a. Mathematical principles and the natural sciences

b. Engineering principles in problem solving

c. Sources of engineering problems in the engineering expertise

**d.**Analysis and interpretation of data and information based on engineering principles.

**LEARNING METHOD**

Problem Based Learning (PBL)

**REFERENCES**

a. Bowles, J.E., (1997). Foundation Analysis and Design, 5th Edition, McGraw-Hill.

b. Coduto, D.P., (2001). Foundation design Principles and Practices, 2nd Edition, Prentice Hall.

**PROJECT AND CONSTRUCTION COST MANAGEMENT**

CODE : PMK302

CREDITS : 3

SEMESTER : 5

PREREQUISITE : Project and Construction Management

SUB-PREQUISITE : -

**COURSE DESCRIPTION**

This course provides the basics of technical economics, investment, economic analysis, technical evaluation (benefit cost ratio, break-even analysis, sensitivity analysis), budget planning for construction project, tender process and construction project contract.

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

Students are able to know the basic principles of technical economics and its connection with construction project, are able to conduct a simple economic analysis of various investment alternatives and to understand the procuring process (tender and project contract), able to make construction project budget planning for construction service providers. Students know the tools and methods that are used for managing project construction including information system management. Students master the principles, technical concepts and management principles for their application to projects and construction. Students are able to identify the sources of problems in project construction engineering management for buildings and other building structures. Students are able to demonstrate performance that is independent, of quality and structured in their area of expertise.

**COURSE MATERIALS**

Decisions that are appropriate in the context of problem solving

**LEARNING METHOD**

Lecture, practices, and discussion.

**REFERENCES**

a. Marsudi Joyowiyono, FX., (1993),

*Ekonomi Teknik 1 dan 2. Badan Penerbit Pekerjaan Umum,*Jakarta.

b. Newnan, Donald G., (1990). Engineering Economic Analysis. Binarupa Aksara.

c. Blank, Leland T., (1989). Engineering Economy. Mc.Graw Hill.

d. B.N. Dutta, Prof. BECE.,B.Sc.(Hons.), A.M.I.E. (Ind. ). Estimating and Costing in Civil Engineering. USB Pulishers’ Distributor Ltd. New Delhi.

e. HM, Agung W, H.Kartono W., ( 2008).

*Rencana Anggaran Biaya*.

**METHOD for CONSTRUCTION IMPLEMENTATION**

CODE : PMP251

CREDITS : 2

SEMESTER : 5

PREREQUISITE : -

SUB-PREQUISITE : -

**COURSE DESCRIPTION**

This course consists of construction project using heavy equipment, transportation of materials and fleet for mechanical earth moving project, use of multi activity chart (MAC), rotation of scaffolding for repetitive work in construction project, calculating formwork, calculating formwork plate, beams, columns and walls (conventional method), patent formwork, permanent formwork.

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

Students are able to calculate the rotation time, the average production and the costs needed for heavy equipment in construction projects, able to make MAC for drilling, able to design the cycle and able to calculate the quantity of materials needed for conventional formwork, know how to do patent formwork and permanent formwork, able to classify methods for general and specialized construction work. Students know the tools and methods used in construction project management including information system management. Students master the principles and technical concepts, and management concepts and their application for project and construction. Students are able to identify the source of problems in construction project engineering management for buildings and other structures. Students are able to demonstrate performance that is independent, of quality and structured in their area of expertise.

**COURSE MATERIALS**

a. Principles and technical engineering (including policy, norms, standards, guides and manuals

**b.**Principles and current economic, social, and ecological issues.

**LEARNING METHOD**

Problem Based Learning (PBL)

**REFERENCES**

a. F. Wigbout Ing., (1992).

*Buku pedoman tentang bekisting (kotak cetak). Penerbit Erlangga.*Jakarta.

b. Roy Chudley. (1999). Advanced Construction Technology, third edition.

c. Gunawan Logawa. (2007).

*Bunga Rampai Manajemen Proyek Konstruksi.*

*Penerbit Universitas Trisakti.*Jakarta.

**EARTHQUAKE ENGINEERING**

CODE : PSG201

CREDITS : 2

SEMESTER : 5

PREREQUISITE : Structural Analysis 1, 2 and 3

SUB-PREQUISITE : -

**COURSE DESCRIPTION**

This course introduces seismology (earthquake, movements, seismic waves), the basics of dynamic structures, theory of vibration, simultaneous movements because of earthquake, spectra response, MDOF analysis system with shear building method, earthquake map of Indonesia, calculate the shear base, shear rate and overturning moment due to lateral force using equivalent static analysis method.

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

Students are able to understand seismology (occurence of earthquakes, movements, energy waves), the basics of dynamic structures, theory of vibration, producing spectra response, understand earthquake safety rules, earthquake map of Indonesia, able to use MDOF system and shear building method for analysis, to calculate base shear, shear rate and overturning moment due to lateral force by using equivalent static analysis method. Student demonstrate responsibility and independence for work in their area of expertise. Students master the theoretical concepts of engineering sciences and engineering design principles. Students are able to make decisions that are appropriate in the context of problem solving in their expertise. Students are able to formulate alternative solutions for problems in structural engineering.

**COURSE MATERIALS**

a. Mathematical principles and the natural sciences

b. Engineering principles in problem solving

c. Sources of engineering problems in the engineering expertise

**d.**Analysis and interpretation of data and information based on engineering principles.

**LEARNING METHOD**

Problem Based Learning (PBL)

**REFERENCES**

a. SNI 1726:2012.

*Tata Cara Perencanaan Ketahanan Gempa untuk Bangunan Gedung*

b. Wakabayashi, Minoru., (1985). Design of Earthquake-resistant Buildings

c. V. Berg, Glen., (1989).Elements of Structural Dynamics, Prentice Hall

d. A Primer, Anil K. Chopra, EERI .,(1981). Dynamic of Structures

e. Mario Paz, Chapman & Hall.,(1994). International Handbook of Earthquake Engineering - Codes, Programs and Examples.

**PRESTRESSED CONCRETE STRUCTURES**

CODE : PSB203

CREDITS : 2

SEMESTER : 5

PREREQUISITE : Reinforced Concrete Structures 1 and 2

SUB-PREQUISITE : -

**COURSE DESCRIPTION**

This course consists of an introduction to prestressed concrete materials, and the calculation for the planning and the analysis of components due to bending and shear load in prestressed structures, in continuous presstressed concrete beams, and the calculation for the planning and analysis for simple precast concrete.

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

Students understand the concepts of prestressed concrete, and are able to calculate the planning for prestressed concrete structures due to forces placed on them. Students demonstrate responsibility and independence for assignments in their area of expertise. Students master the theoretical concepts of engineering sciences and engineering design principles. Students are able to make decisions that are appropriate in the context of problem solving in their expertise. Students are able to formulate alternative solutions for problems in structural engineering.

**COURSE MATERIALS**

a. Mathematical principles and the natural sciences

b. Engineering principles in problem solving

c. Sources of engineering problems in the engineering expertise

**d.**Analysis and interpretation of data and information based on engineering principles.

**LEARNING METHOD**

Problem Based Learning (PBL)

**REFERENCES**

a. American Concrete Institute (2011): Building Code Requirements for Structural Concrete (ACI 318-2011)

b. Lin, T.Y., Burns, N.H.,(1981): Design of Prestressed Concrete Structures, third edition. John Wiley & Sons, New York.

c. PCI Design Handbook (2004). Precast and Prestressed Concrete, sixth edition.

**PORT STRUCTURES**

CODE : PTP205

CREDITS : 2

SEMESTER : 5

PREREQUISITE : Foundation in Transportation Engineering,

Structural Analysis 3

SUB-PREQUISITE : -

**COURSE DESCRIPTION**

This course deals with the definition and the concepts for port planning, types, sizes and traffic volume of ships, designing the layout for a port and its facilities, the master plan for a port, plan for fender system and the analysis of effects of mooring ships on port structures and the operations of a port.

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

# Students are expected to understand the definition of port, types and traffic volume of ships and are able to design the port layout complete with its facilities (such as docks, fender, breakwater etc). Students are also expected to understand the system in port operations (such as the use of equipment for containers, the global growth of freight transport, the development of the hinterland and the national shipping network). Students demonstrate responsibility and independence for working in their area of expertise. Students master the theoretical concepts of hydrotechnical engineering for analyzing problems in infrastructures. Students are able to make decisions that are appropriate in the context of problem solving in their expertise. Students are able to formulate alternative solutions for problems in hydrotechnical engineering.

**COURSE MATERIALS**

a. Mathematical principles and the natural sciences

b. Engineering principles in problem solving

c. Sources of engineering problems in the engineering expertise

**d.**Analysis and interpretation of data and information based on engineering principles.

**LEARNING METHOD**

Problem Based Learning (PBL)

**REFERENCES**

a. A.D,Quinn.,(1972). Design and Construction of Port and Marine Structure, Mc Grow Hill, New York.

b. UNCTAD,(1983). A Handbook for Planners in Development Countries, United Nation, New York.

c. OCDI, (1991). Technical Standard For Port and Harbour Facilities.

d. Sinker P.T,Gregory. , (2004). Port Engineering, Planning, Construction, Maintenance and Security.

e. Suwandi,Saputro., (2005).

*Perancangan Teknis Dermaga.*

f. Direktorat Pelabuhan dan Pengerukan, DITJEN HUBLA. (2005).

*Pedoman Teknis Pemilihan dan Penetapan Lokasi Pelabuhan di Indonesia.*Jakarta.

g. Direktorat Pelabuhan dan Pengerukan, DITJEN HUBLA. (2006).

*PedomanTeknis Rencana Induk Pelabuhan.*Jakarta.

**DRAINAGE**

CODE : PAP205

CREDITS : 2

SEMESTER : 5

PREREQUISITE : Fluid & Hydraulic Mechanics and Hydrology

SUB-PREQUISITE : -

**COURSE DESCRIPTION**

This course provides the general definitions for drainage system, the relationship between drainage, the development of regions and the population growth, drainage system that is environmentally-friendly (ecodrain), the stages in drainage planning (master plan, feasibility study and design details), hydrology and hydrological engineering analysis related to drainage planning, water recharge building and folder areas, and the management of city drainage.

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

Students are able to understand the general definitions related to city drainage system, the drainage planning stages, the management of a city’s drainage, and are able to design a city drainage network that is environmental friendly. Students demonstrate responsibility and independence for working in their area of expertise. Students master hydrotechnical engineering techniques to analyze the problems of infrastructures. Students are able to make decisions that are appropriate in the context of problem solving in their expertise. Students are able to formulate alternative solutions for problems in hydrotechnical engineering.

**COURSE MATERIALS**

a. Mathematical principles and the natural sciences

b. Engineering principles in problem solving

c. Sources of engineering problems in the engineering expertise

**d.**Analysis and interpretation of data and information based on engineering principles.

**LEARNING METHOD**

Problem Based Learning (PBL)

**REFERENCES**

a. Suripin., (2004).

*Sistem Drainase Perkotaan Yang Berkelanjutan.*Andi, Yogyakarta.

b. Hindarko., (2000).

*Drainase Perkotaan. Edisi kedua, ES-HA.*

c. SNI (1990).

*Tata Cara Perencanaan Umum Drainase Perkotaan. Departemen Pekerjaan Umum.*Jakarta.

d. SNI (1990).

*Tata Cara Perencanaan Teknik Sumur Resapan Air Hujan Untuk Lahan Pekarangan.*

*Departemen Pekerjaan Umum*. Jakarta

e. SIN (1990).

*Spesifikasi Sumur Resapan Air Hujan Untuk Lahan Pekarangan. Departemen Pekerjaan Umum.*Jakarta.

f. SNI (1994).

*Tata Cara Perencanaan Drainase Permukaan Jalan.*

*Dewan Standarisasi Nasional.*Jakarta.

g. Soekrasno., (2008).

*Drainase Perkotaan (Diktat Kuliah).*Jakarta.

**STREET GEOMETRY**

CODE : PTJ205

CREDITS : 2

SEMESTER : 5

PREREQUISITE : Foundation in Transportation Engineering

SUB-PREQUISITE : -

**COURSE DESCRIPTION**

This course deals with the basics of designing street geometry form, safety and comfort features, their roles and employment opportunities in the development and maintainence, the parameters for street geometry planning, and the parameters for horizontal alignment and vertical alignment planning.

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

Students understand the concepts of road geometry planning, are able to use parameters that are needed for planning, and are able to design a road geometry based on actual field data including planning design for vertical and horizontal alignment. Students master principles and transportation engineering techniques. Students demonstrates independent, quality and structured performance. Students are able to formulate alternative solutions for problems in transportation engineering and to take into considerations economic, health, public safety, cultural, social and environmental factors.

**COURSE MATERIALS**

a. Mathematical principles and the natural sciences

b. Engineering principles in problem solving

c. Sources of engineering problems in the engineering expertis

d. Analysis and interpretation of data and information based on engineering principles.

**LEARNING METHOD**

Problem Based Learning (PBL)

**REFERENCES**

a. Sukirman, S., (1999).

*Dasar-dasar Perencanaan Geometri Jalan. Nova,*Bandung.

b. (1997).

*Tata Cara Perencanaan Geometri Jalan Antar Kota. Departemen Pekerjaan Umum,*Jakarta.

**CONSTRUCTION PROJECT PLANNING AND CONTROL TECHNIQUES**

CODE : PMT206

CREDITS : 2

SEMESTER : 6

PREREQUISITE : Project and Construction Management, Project

and Construction Cost Management

SUB-PREQUISITE : -

**COURSE DESCRIPTION**

This course discusses the meaning, functions, and factors that influence a construction project, provides an understanding of time estimate to control a project, and understanding the concepts of critical durations in a construction project.

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

Students are able to know the work stages for each of a construction project, are able to decide on the duration of work for each stage of construction, are able to determine the critical duration of a construction project. Students demonstrate responsibility and independence for work in their area of expertise. Students master the basic policy and guidelines in building construction. Students are able to make decision that is appropriate in the context of problem solving in his expertise. Students are able to conduct research through identification and analysis of construction engineering problems encountered.

**COURSE MATERIALS**

Logical, critical, systematic and innovative thinking in the context of development and implementation of science and technology.

**LEARNING METHOD**

Problem Based Learning (PBL)

**REFERENCES**

a. Mubarak, S., (2010). Construction Project Scheduling and Control. John Wiley & Sons.

b. Patrick, C., (2003). Construction Project Planning and Scheduling. Prentice Hall.

c. Lewis, J.P., (2010). Project Planning, Scheduling and Control. The University of Iowa.

**IRRIGATION ENGINEERING**

CODE : PAB306

CREDITS : 3

SEMESTER : 6

PREREQUISITE : Fluid & Hydraulic Mechanics and Hydrology

SUB-PREQUISITE : -

**COURSE DESCRIPTION**

This course deals with the history of irrigation and its development, the efforts by governments in irrigation, the planning and construction stages for irrigation in regions (plotting, nomenclature, sea level elevation, needs for irrigated water, construction related to irrigation and weir planning), and the problems related to irrigation and field condition.

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

Students are able to understand the basic techniques for irrigation, irrigation systems in Indonesia, the planning stages for a region’s irrigation system, weir system, planning of main channel flow to plot distribution system and its management and maintainence, and are able to identify problems directly related to irrigation and field conditions. Students demonstrate responsibility and independence for work in their area of expertise. Students master the principles and techniques for water construction engineering. Students are able to demonstrate performance that are independent, of quality and structured. Students are able to identify the source of engineering problems through observation, interpretation of data analysis and engineering principles.

**COURSE MATERIALS**

a. Mathematical principles and the natural sciences

b. Engineering principles in problem solving

c. Sources of engineering problems in the engineering expertise

**d.**Analysis and interpretation of data and information based on engineering principles.

**LEARNING METHOD**

Problem Based Learning (PBL)

**REFERENCES**

a. Departemen Pekerjaan Umum., (1986).

*Standar Perencanaan Irigasi KP-01.*Jakarta.

b. Departemen Pekerjaan Umum., (1986).

*Standar Perencanaan Irigasi KP-02.*Jakarta

c. Departemen Pekerjaan Umum., (1986).

*Standar Perencanaan Irigasi KP-03*. Jakarta

d. Departemen Pekerjaan Umum., (1986).

*Standar Perencanaan Irigasi KP-04.*Jakarta

e. Sih Andayani.

*Diktat Kuliah Irigasi dan Bangunan Air Jilid I*

*.*

**AIRPORT DESIGN**

CODE : PTU201

CREDITS : 2

SEMESTER : 6

PREREQUISITE : Foundation in Transportation Engineering

SUB-PREQUISITE : -

**COURSE DESCRIPTION**

This course deals in the basics, characteristics, elements in planning of an airport, the flight network system, the classification and planning of runways, the concept and terminal operations, the stages for planning of an airport, the planning for hardening of structures and the capacity of runway, apron and taxiway, and the maintainence and management of airport facilities.

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

Students are able to understand the basics and characteristics of an airport, the planning of airport system and its runways, the plotting and capacity including the hardening of runway structures, the planning concept and operations for a passenger terminal, the flight navigational equipment and flight network, and the operations, management and maintainence of airport facilities. Students demonstrate responsibility and independence for work in their area of expertise. Students know the latest development in technology. Students are able to make decisions that are appropriate in the context of problem solving in their expertise. Students are able to formulate alternative solutions for problems in transportation engineering.

**COURSE MATERIALS**

a. Mathematical principles and the natural sciences

b. Engineering principles in problem solving

c. Sources of engineering problems in the engineering expertise

**d.**Analysis and interpretation of data and information based on engineering principles.

**LEARNING METHOD**

Problem Based Learning (PBL)

**REFERENCES**

a. Horronjeff, Robert. (1994). Planning and Design of Airport.

b. Ashford, Norman Paul H. Wright. (1979). Airport Engineering.

c. ICAO Annex 14, Aerodrome. (1999). International Standard and Recommended Practices.

d. Neufvill, Richard de Amadeo Odoni. (2003). Airport System Planning, Design and Management.Mc Graw Hill

**WOOD STRUCTURES**

CODE : PSK201

CREDITS : 2

SEMESTER : 6

PREREQUISITE : Structural Analysis 1 and 2

SUB-PREQUISITE : -

**COURSE DESCRIPTION**

This course deals with the physical characteristics of wood, flexible strength, drag and shear, designing and calculating the resist load on wooden beams, planning the bend and stress components on wood structures, designing and calculating the joints on wood (nails and bolts as connectors).

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

Students are able to understand the physical characteristics, the flexible strength, drag, shear in wood, and are able to calculate the resist load on wood beams, and the bend and stress components on wood beams. Students are also able to design types of joints for woods (using nails and bolts as connectors). Students demonstrate responsibility and independence for work in their area of expertise. Students master the theoretical concepts of engineering sciences and engineering principles in designs. Students are able to make decisions that are appropriate in the context of problem solving in their expertise. Students are able to formulate alternative solutions for problems in structural engineering.

**COURSE MATERIALS**

a. Mathematical principles and the natural sciences

b. Engineering principles in problem solving

c. Sources of engineering problems in the engineering expertise

**d.**Analysis and interpretation of data and information based on engineering principles.

**LEARNING METHOD**

Problem Based Learning (PBL)

**REFERENCES**

a. Awaludin,Ali., (2005). Dasar- dasar Perencanaan Sambungan Kayu (mengacu pada SNI-5, 2002). Biro penerbit KMTS FT UGM, Yogyakarta

b. Breyer DE, Fridley KJ, Cobeen KE, Pollock DG.,( 2007). Design of Wood Structures ASD/LRFD. McGrawHill

c. Suryoatmono, B., (2009). Soal-jawab Struktur Kayu LRFD. Fakultas Teknik Jurusan Teknik Sipil Universitas Katolik Parahyangan.

d. SNI (Standar Nasional Indonesia).,( 2002). Tata cara perencanaan konstruksi kayu Indonesia. Badan Standar nasional BSN

e. P.E ,Robert J Hoyle jr., (1973). Wood Technology in the design of Structures. third edition. Mountain Press Publishing Company.

f. Felix Yap, Ir. (1964).

*Konstruksi kayu. Penerbit Dhiwantara.*Bandung.

g. Anonim.,( 2005). National Design Specification (NDS) for Wood Construction ASD/LRFD. American Forest & Paper Association, Inc.

**WATER RESOURCES ENGINEERING**

CODE : PAD201

CREDITS : 2

SEMESTER : 6

PREREQUISITE : Fluid & Hydraulic Mechanics and Hydrology

SUB-PREQUISITE : -

**COURSE DESCRIPTION**

This course deals with the methods of recognizing and having a comprehensive understanding of water resources problems, and designing an intergrated and sustainable system for water resources.

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

Students know and understand comprehensively the problems of water resources and that they are able to design a water resources system that is integrated and sustainable. Students demonstrate responsibility and independence for work in their area of expertise. Students master principles and techniques in hydrotechnical engineering.

**COURSE MATERIALS**

a. Mathematical principles and the natural sciences

b. Engineering principles in problem solving

c. Sources of engineering problems in the engineering expertise

**d.**Analysis and interpretation of data and information based on engineering principles.

**LEARNING METHOD**

Problem Based Learning (PBL)

**REFERENCES**

a. Franzini., Linsey. Water Resources Engineering

b. Sosrodarsono, S. Perbaikan dan Pengaturan Sungai

c. Kuifer, E. Water Resources Project Economics

d. Undang-undang Lingkungan No.23 Tahun 1997

**RAILWAY PLANNING**

CODE : PTR206

CREDITS : 2

SEMESTER : 6

PREREQUISITE : Structural Analysis 1 and 2

SUB-PREQUISITE : -

**COURSE DESCRIPTION**

This course deals with a general definition related to trains (map of rail planning in Indonesia, classification, types of locomotives), rail standards, load system, geometry and cross section of rail track, open space and space for railway construction, traffic capacity, rail details planning (rail structures, tethering structures, rail pads, whistle and drainage system for railways).

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

Students understand the general definitions related to trains (map of rail planning in Indonesia, classification, types of locomotives), rail standards, load system, geometry and cross section of rail track, open space and space for railway construction, traffic capacity, and rail details planning (rail structures, tethering structures, rail pads, whistle and railway drainage system). Students demonstrate responsibility and independence for work in their area of expertise. Students know of the latest development in technology. Students are able to demonstrate performance that are independent, of quality and structured. Students are able to formulate alternative solutions for problems in transportation engineering through the observation of the economic, public safety, social and environmental factors.

**COURSE MATERIALS**

a. Mathematical principles and the natural sciences

b. Engineering principles in problem solving

c. Sources of engineering problems in the engineering expertise

**d.**Analysis and interpretation of data and information based on engineering principles.

**LEARNING METHOD**

Problem Based Learning (PBL)

**REFERENCES**

a. Anonim.,(1986).

*Perencanaan Konstruksi Jalan Rel (Peraturan Dinas No.10) Perusahaan Jawatan Kereta Api.*

b. Anonim., (2006).

*Standar Teknis Perkeretaapian Indonesia. Departemen Perhubungan. Direktorat Jendral Perkeretaapian*.

*c.*Anonim.,(2007).

*Undang–Undang Republik Indonesia No.23 Tahun 2007 tentang Perkeretaapian Departemen Perhubungan. Direktorat Jenderal Perkeretaapian*

*.*

**ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE**

CODE : PAR201

CREDITS : 2

SEMESTER : 6

PREREQUISITE : Hidrology

SUB-PREQUISITE : -

**COURSE DESCRIPTION**

This course deals with the definition and conditions of raw water and portable water and the distribution of water resources, the water management system (portable water, industrial waste water, domestic waste water), the causes and handling of flooding, sustainability development, and the analysis of environmental management & monitoring plan (

*RKL*and

*RPL)*.

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

Students are to understand the criteria of water, distribution system and its management, are able to understand the causes and handling of flooding and the concept of sustainability in development, and are able to understand the impacts of development on the environment. Students demonstrate responsibility and independence for work in their area of expertise. Students master principles and current general issues in economy, social, and ecology. Students are able to demonstrate performance that is independent, of quality and structured. Students are able to conduct research in identifying, formulating, and analyzing problems.

**COURSE MATERIALS**

Implementation of science and technology based on scientific norms, rules, and ethics.

**LEARNING METHOD**

Problem Based Learning (PBL)

**REFERENCES**

*a.*

*UU RI No. 4/1982 tentang Ketentuan-Ketentuan Pokok Pengelolaan Lingkungan Hidup*

*b.*

*PP RI No. 27/1999 tentang Analisis Mengenai Dampak Lingkungan*

c. Salim Emil, Prof.,(1996).

*Pembangunan Berwawasan Lingkungan Hidup.LP3ES.*Jakarta

d. Salim Emil, Prof., (1995).

*Lingkungan Hidup dan Pembangunan.*Mutiara Sumber Widya. Jakarta

e. Suratmo, Gunawan., (1992).

*Analisis Dampak Lingkungan*

*.*Gajah Mada University Press. Yogyakarta.

**PAVEMENT HARDENING**

CODE : T306

CREDITS : 2

SEMESTER : 6

PREREQUISITE : Soil Mechanics

SUB-PREQUISITE : -

**COURSE DESCRIPTION**

This course introduces the planning concept for the form and strength of pavement hardening, and discusses the rigidity and flexibility of pavement structures.

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

Students are able to understand the concepts of pavement hardening and are able to calculate using either rigid hardening or flexible hardening. Students demonstrate responsibility and independence for work in their area of expertise. Students master principles and technical transportation engineering. Students are able to demonstrate performance that is independent, of quality, and structured. Students are able to formulate alternative solutions for engineering problems in transportation engineering.

**COURSE MATERIALS**

Research that includes indentification, formulation, and analysis of engineering problems in transportation engineering.

**LEARNING METHOD**

Problem Based Learning (PBL)

**REFERENCES**

a. Sudarsono, D.U. (1992).

*Berbagai Macam Metode Perhitungan Tebal Lapisan-lapisan Konstruksi Perkerasan Jalan yang Lentur (Flexible) Pada Jalan Raya & Jalan Kerja.*Yayasan Badan Penerbit PU, Jakarta.

b. Standar Nasional Indonesia, SNI 1732-1989-F. (1987).

*Tata Cara Perencanaan Tebal Perkerasan Lentur Jalan Raya dengan Analisa Komponen. Dewan Standarisasi Nasional-DSN,*Jakarta.

c. Suryawan, A. (2005).

*Perkerasan Jalan Beton Semen Portland (Rigid Pavement).*Beta, Jogjakarta.

**RESEARCH METHODOLOGY**

CODE : PUB262

CREDITS : 2

SEMESTER : 6

PREREQUISITE : Writing Techniques and Presentation

SUB-PREQUISITE : -

**COURSE DESCRIPTION**

This course provides an understanding of research, types of research, techniques to narrow down the problems for the topic, research review, bibiliograhpy, and research methodology.

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

Students are able to understand the concepts of research with all its required stages so that it results in a paper that is not only good but of quality. Students demonstrate responsibility and independence in their assignments of their expertise. Students have knowledge of communication techniques and current developments in technology

**COURSE MATERIALS**

A descriptive paper on scientific/technical findings

**LEARNING METHOD**

Problem Based Learning (PBL)

**REFERENCES**

a. Burn, R.B., (2000). Introduction to Research Method, Long

b. Suhendro, B., (2000). How to Write Scientific/Technical Paper for International Journal Publication. Workshop International Scientific Writing, LEMLIT UGM.

**ENTERPRENEURSHIP in CIVIL ENGINEERING**

CODE : PTJ207

CREDITS : 2

SEMESTER : 7

PREREQUISITE : -

SUB-PREQUISITE : -

**COURSE DESCRIPTION**

This course discusses the philosophy of entrepreneurship, a sense of leadership in managing a business independently, an understanding of the characteristics of being entrepreneur-minded, an understanding of being an entrepreneur in civil engineering.

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

Students have an understanding of the concept of entrepreneurship and is able to see opportunities that can be developed in the civil engineering industries. Students are able to internalize the spirit of independence, challenges, and entrepreneurship. Students master the principles and current general in economic, social, and ecological issues. Students are able to demonstrate performance that is independent, of quality, and structured. Students are able to select the appropriate resources for problem solving.

**COURSE MATERIALS**

a. Social sensitivity and concern for the community and environment.

b. Living in a community and country.

c. Independence, challenges, and entrepreneurship.

d. Responsible and independent attitude towards work

**LEARNING METHOD**

Problem Based Learning (PBL)

**REFERENCES**

a. Anwar, M.H.M. (2014).

*Pengantar Kewirausahaan Teori dan Aplikasi.*Kencana.

b. Basrowi., (2014).

*Kewirausahaan untuk Perguruan Tinggi.*Ghalia Indonesia.

c. Salman, L. (2014).

*Kewirausahaan Teori, Praktik, dan Kasus-kasus, Edisi 2.*Salemba.

**DESIGNING CIVIL ENGINEERING STRUCTURES**

CODE : PAT407

CREDITS : 4

SEMESTER : 7

PREREQUISITE : Drainage, Reinforced Concrete Structure 1 and 2 Street Geometry and Pavement Hardening

SUB-PREQUISITE : -

**COURSE DESCRIPTION**

This course deals with the various academic activities that facilitate students to design civil engineering structures to be integrated for an area, with the guidance of a team of lecturers with expertise in structural, transportation, water, construction management, and geotechnical engineering.

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

Students are able to design civil engineering structures integrated for an area in accordance with existing regulations, with the guidance from a team of lecturers with expertise in structural construction, geotechnical, water, transportation engineering. Students are also able to design the preparations needed for its implementation including a budget plan with the specifications for a tender document. Students demonstrate responsibility and independence for work in their area of expertise. Students master the theoretical concepts of engineering sciences and engineering designing principles. Students are able to make decisions that are appropriate in the context of problem solving in their expertise. Students are able to formulate alternative solutions for problems in structural engineering, geotechnical engineering, water resources engineering, transportation engineering and construction management engineering.

**COURSE MATERIALS**

a. Sources of engineering problems in the engineering expertise

**b.**Analysis and interpretation of data and information based on engineering principles.

**LEARNING METHOD**

Problem Based Learning (PBL)

**REFERENCES**

*a.*

*Kumpulan Peraturan-Peraturan Bangunan Umum Indonesia dan Luar Negeri*

**RELIGIOUS EDUCATION, ISLAM**

CODE : UAG201

CREDITS : 2

SEMESTER : 7

PREREQUISITE : -

SUB-PREQUISITE : -

**COURSE DESCRIPTION**

This course deals with the relationship between man and religion, the position of humans in the world, an understanding of Islam as a religion, the fundamentals of Islam, and the understanding of morality as a human being.

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

Students have a good understanding about Islam. Students believe in The Almighty God, and are able to demonstrate a religious attitude. Students are able to carry out their given assignments well and honestly. Students are able to demonstrate performance that is independent, of quality, and structured. Students are able to apply religious principles in solving more complex problems in the expertise area of civil engineering.

**COURSE MATERIALS**

a. Believe in God, The Almighty.

b. Human values based on religion, morality and ethics.

c. Quality of living and a civil society reflecting the ideals of

*Pancasila*in its community, nation and country.

d. Diversity of cultures, views, religions and beliefs.

**LEARNING METHOD**

Problem Based Learning (PBL)

**REFERENCES**

*a.**Al-Quran*

*dan terjemaharelnnya dan tafsir*

**CITIZENSHIP AND “**

*KADEHAM”*CODE : UKD202

CREDITS : 2

SEMESTER : 7

PREREQUISITE :

*Pancasila*

SUB-PREQUISITE : -

**COURSE DESCRIPTION**

This course provides an understanding of citizenship, purpose, juridical basis and also an understanding of education in citizenship and K

*adeham (*an Indonesian accronym for aspects of nation, democracy and human rights), aspects of

*Kadeham*, civil society, national insight, constitutional democracy, implementation of democracy, human rights, gross violation of human rights juridically, national identity, influence of globalization, system of constitution, constitutional reforms, rights and responsibilities of a citizen, country’s defence, geopolitics and geostrategy.

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

Students are able to become either a professional or a scientist possessing a sense of nationalism and love for the country, a civil democracy, an understanding of the concept of human rights and have an awareness of nationalism and citizenship, and are responsible and have moral standards in the application of their scientific knowledge. Students have the role of being citizens who are proud of their nation and their state. Students master the principles and current economic, social, and ecological issues. Student are able to demonstrate performance that is independent, of quality, and structured.

**COURSE MATERIALS**

a. Human values based on religion, morality and ethics.

b. Social sensitivity and concern for the community and environment.

c. Living in a community and country.

d. Independence, challenges and entrepreneurship.

e. Responsible and independent attitude towards work

**LEARNING METHOD**

Problem Based Learning (PBL)

**REFERENCES**

a. Kaelan, (2004).

*Pendidikan Kewarganegaraan.*Paradigma, Yogyakarta.

b. Prayitno, (2009).

*Kadeham.*UniversitasTrisakti, Jakarta.

*c.*

*Undang-undang No. 12 Tahun 2006 tentang Hak dan Kewajiban Warga Negara*

*d.*

*Undang-undang No. 39 Tahun 1999 tentang Hak Asasi Manusia*

*e.*

*Undang-undang No. 26 Tahun 2000 tentang Pengadilan Hak Asasi Manusia*

*f.*

*Undang-undang Dasar Tahun 1945 hasil amandemen*

**PRACTICUM**

CODE : PUK281

CREDITS : 2

SEMESTER : 8

PREREQUISITE : - Have accumulated 84 credits

SUB-PREQUISITE : -

**COURSE DESCRIPTION**

Practicum is the actual work that is done by students for a construction project. The project can be construction of a building, bridge, main road, or water facility.

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

Students are able to organize a descriptive paper on scientific findings of a study based on field observation at a construction job and in the form of a work report practicum. Students are able to make decisions that are appropriate in the context of problem solving encountered in the field. Students are able to maintain and develop their network with advisors, colleagues or peers inside and outside the institution.

**COURSE MATERIALS**

a. Descriptive scientific findings of a study

b. Decisions that are appropriate in the context of problem solving

c. Maintain and develop peer network

**LEARNING METHOD**

Problem Based Learning (PBL)

**REFERENCES**

*a.*

*Buku Petunjuk Penyusunan Kerja Praktik, Teknik Sipil Universitas Trisakti.*

**FINAL ASSIGNMENT**

CODE : PUT408

CREDITS : 4

SEMESTER : 8

PREREQUISITE : Have accumulated 128 credits with

*IPK*≥ 2.00 without D and E grades

SUB-PREQUISITE : -

**COURSE DESCRIPTION**

The final assignment is writing a scientific paper, which is the result of a study or research that discusses a problem based on a field of study and to conform to existing rules and guidelines. This assignment will be written and organized by the student with the guidance of an advisor.

**LEARNING OBJECTIVES**

Students are able to organize a descriptive paper analyzing the findings from a scientific/technical studay/research in the area of engineering expertise related to the student’s interest. Students are able to make decisions that are appropriate in the context of solving problems encountered in the field. Students are able to maintain and develop their network with advisors, colleagues, and peers both inside and outside of the institution.

**COURSE MATERIALS**

a. Descriptive scientific results of a study

b. Decisions that are appropriate in the context of problem solving

c. Maintain and develop peer network

**LEARNING METHOD**

Problem Based Learning (PBL)

**REFERENCES**

*a.*

*Buku Petunjuk Penyusunan Tugas Akhir, Teknik Sipil Universitas Trisakti.*