Study Programs

Department of Physics ITS has Bachelor/Undergraduate, Master, and Doctoral Programs

Learning Materials of the Department of Physics

Learning material provided in the Physics Department is very suitable with the objectives of the course because each course is equipped with Syllabus and RPS. The course syllabus consists of a description of the course, objectives of the course, bibliography, material and evaluation so that the material provided is always adjusted to the objectives of each course.


Structure and Range of Teaching Activities

Teaching and learning activities for 1 semester take place within 16 weeks including assignments, quizzes, presentations, practicums, midterm evaluations and final semester evaluations.


Academic Services

The Department of Physics provides various academic services to students, including:

  1. Providing guidance / assistance for courses that have been equipped with multimedia and on-line forms so that they can be widely accessed (Courses: Crystal Diffraction, Instrumentation Physics, Intelligent Instruments, Statistical Physics, and Introduction to Materials Physics).
  2. Facilitating Student Organizations that have divisions that focus on providing lecture material for courses with low graduation rates.
  3. Providing a library / reading room with a complete collection of books and journals.
  4. The Institute and Department of Physics determine the formation of guardian lecturers who actively provide academic services and guidance.
  5. Organizing guest lectures and seminars that are filled by professionals regularly every Monday.
  6. Encourage students and lecturers to actively play a role in communication forums between professional institutions in the field of Physics expertise and communication forums for Physics students.
  7. Establish active communication with alumni through alumni communication forums,
    make use of the Academic Management Information System managed by BAAK to support student academic services.
  8. Form a Student Consultation Team that actively provides academic guidance for student academic competition activities

Career information and guidance (COOP)

In order to provide guidance, career information, and current industry needs to students, the Department of Physics conducts several activities including:

  1. Facilitating Student Organizations that have divisions that focus on providing information on employment opportunities, practical work, and scholarships.
  2. Actively invite alumni and / or facilitate direct communication between professionals / industry with students through the guest lecture program.
  3. Actively plays a role in communication forums between professional institutions in the field of Physics expertise.
  4. Establish career information and guidance from alumni of the Department of Physics.
  5. Form a Student Consultation Team that actively provides career information and guidance.
  6. Guardian lecturers in addition to providing academic guidance also provide student career direction to obtain appropriate careers.
  7. The Institute also has a career counseling institution (SAC: Student Advisory Center) that organizes various training, and career exchanges.


Final Project / Thesis Guidance

Thesis guidance (or final assignment / Final Project) is conducted while students take Final Project / Thesis. Each student is guided by a supervisor and / or a co-supervisor lecturer. Students will be helped by the guidance of the final assignment carried out by the lecturer. So that the research and writing of the results of the research conducted will be more directed, effective, and efficient. The difficulties faced in doing thesis / Final Project will be identified and resolved quickly. The research conducted by students will be more directed in accordance with the track record of research by lecturers and research trees of the Department of Physics.

Program Educational Objectives (PEO) and Program Learning Outcomes (PLO)

Bachelor of Physics

  1. To produce obedient, ethical, and responsible Bachelors of Physics, that able to demonstrate leadership and cooperation in a globalized world.
  2. To produce Bachelors of Physics, who at the beginning of their careers become professionals as Educators, Researchers, Practitioners, and Entrepreneurs by using their skills and knowledge in the field of physics, which includes Theoretical Physics, Material Physics, Instrumentation Physics, Optoelectronics, Geophysics, and Medical Physics to be applied in the real world of work.
  3. To produce professional Bachelors of Physics, that able to communicate, written or oral, in teams or as citizens of the world using international languages.
  4. To produce Bachelors of Physics that able to develop themselves to always learn at any time through further studies, research, and other activities both domestically and abroad.
  1. able to apply logical, critical, systematic, and innovative thinking in the context of developing or implementing science and technology that takes into account the norms of religion, society, nation and state as well as scientific ethics in accordance with their field of expertise. [S]
  2. able to demonstrate independent and responsible performance in the application of science and technology in the analysis of information and data compiled for problem solving in the field of physics expertise. [S]
  3. able to perform management, leadership, and work together in a team in the capacity as a member or group leader and responsible for the achievement of teamwork. [KU]
  4. able to communicate and apply information technology to document, store, and secure data. [KU]
  5. able to develop themselves, long-life learning, and implement environmental insight and technology-based entrepreneurship. {KU}
  6. Able to apply the theoretical concepts of classical physics and modern physics in depth through identification of the physical properties of a physical system. [P]
  7. able to apply the principles and applications of mathematical physics, computational physics, and instrumentation in both how to operate physical instruments in general and analyse data and information from these instruments. [P]
  8. able to apply the principles, characteristics, functions, and relevant and updated technological applications in the field of physics and software applications. [P]
  9. able to formulate physical phenomena and problems and be able to make mathematical or physical modeling / simulations that fit the hypothesis based on the results of observations and experiments carried out. {KK}
  10. able to comprehensively solve physical problems with various alternative solutions and analyse existing physical systems and predict the potential application of physical behaviour in information technology in the context of scientific development and further implementation in the field of physics expertise. {KK}
  11. able to disseminate the results of problem (case) studies and physical behaviours based on standard scientific principles in oral and written communication in the form of reports or scientific works according to correct writing rules by understanding the plagiarism mechanism and publishing them at the national or international level. {KK}
  12. able to adapt, collaborate, create, contribute and innovate in applying science in social life and has a global insight in his role as a citizen of the world, as well as being able to use the international language. {KK}



KKNI Criteria:

S = Attitude

KU = General Skills

P = Knowledge

KK = Specific Skills

Master of Physics

  1. The graduates develop their professional careers in various fields of job position in the development and application of physics.
  2. They trust and respect of others among the team members.
  3. Researchers who can carry out independent research and can develop innovative and latest scientific works and/or pursuing their advanced degree.

They require students to show understanding of and/or skill in the following areas:

  1. Developing a positive and responsible attitude individually and collectively in law enforcement, ethics, community life and environmental sustainability.
  2. Developing logical, critical, systematic, and creative thinking through scientific research in science and technology according to the field of physics competence.
  3. Identifying the scientific field of physics as the research topics following the robust road map developed within inter- or multi-disciplinary science and technology.
  4. Mastering advanced physical concepts and their application to solving theoretical and experimental research problems based on the principles of the scientific method by analysing and processing data obtained in laboratories and nature.
  5. Identifying and implementing various special topics in physics using the analytical and computational approach or obtaining and processing the data through specific hardware and software.
  6. Implementing and updating sustainable physical knowledge by doing the appropriate research in many fields.
  7. Documenting, saving, arranging and presenting the research data based on scientific principle and ethics in the form of master thesis.
  8. Compiling and communicating the ideas and scientific argument to academic society or even public.