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.
The Department of Physics provides various academic services to students, including:
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:
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)
Description of Program Educational Objectives (PEO) of Bachelor of Physics reformulated based on the KKNI standards at Department of Physics – ITS Surabaya
Program Learning Outcome (PLO)
Description of Program Learning Outcome (PLOs) Bachelor of Physics reformulated based on the KKNI standards at Department of Physics – ITS Surabaya
Note: KKNI Criteria: S = Attitude; KU = General Skills; P = Knowledge; KK = Specific Skills
They require students to show understanding of and/or skill in the following areas: