S1 : Bachelor of Physics

S1 : Bachelor of Physics

Bachelor of Physics

Undergraduate Program (S1)

The vision is to be a centre for education, research, and physical advancement in technological applications in regional and international level.

The Missions:

  1. Improve employee performance by meeting minimum service standards for routine duties according to Standard Operating Procedures (SOP).
  2. Improve and empower management and internal strength.
  3. Support management in strengthening international networks and promotions.
  4. Develop and implement an innovative-progressive activity agenda that underlies ITS efforts to gain international recognition.

Description of Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs) – Bachelor of Physics (reformulated based on the KKNI standards at Department of Physics – ITS Surabaya)

 

PEO Description
PEO-1 Producing devout, ethical, and responsible individuals who are able to demonstrate leadership and cooperation in the global world
PEO-2 Producing graduates who at the beginning of their career become professionals as educators, researchers, practitioners, and entrepreneurs by using their skills and knowledge in the field of physics, which includes theoretical physics, advanced materials, instrumentation physics, optoelectronics and applied electromagnetics, geophysics, and biophysics and medical physics, to be applied in the real world of work
PEO-3 Producing professional individuals who are able to communicate in writing or orally in teams or as citizens of the world using international languages
PEO-4 Producing individuals who are able to develop themselves to always learn all the time through further studies, research, and other activities both at home country and abroad

Description of Programme Learning Outcome (PLOs) – Bachelor of Physics (reformulated based on the KKNI standards at Department of Physics – ITS Surabaya)

 

PLO Description
PLO-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]
PLO-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]
PLO-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]
PLO-4 able to communicate and apply information technology to document, store, and secure data. [KU]
PLO-5 able to develop themselves, long-life learning, and implement environmental insight and technology-based entrepreneurship. {KU}
PLO-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]
PLO-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]
PLO-8 able to apply the principles, characteristics, functions, and relevant and updated technological applications in the field of physics and software applications. [P]
PLO-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}
PLO-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}
PLO-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}
PLO-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}

Note: KKNI Criteria: S = Attitude; KU = General Skills; P = Knowledge; KK = Specific Skills

Matrix Correlation of PEOs dan PLOs Bachelor of Physics at Department of Physics, ITS – Surabaya

PEO-1 PEO-2 PEO-3 PEO-4
PLO-1 V
PLO-2 V
PLO-3 V
PLO-4 V
PLO-5 V
PLO-5 V
PLO-6 V
PLO-7 V
PLO-8 V
PLO-9 V
PLO-10 V
PLO-11 V
PLO-12 V V V

 

Matrix Correlation of PLO and Courses in Bachelor of Physics at Department of Physics, ITS – Surabaya

 

 

Matrix correlation between the elective courses that support the PLO

No Elective Courses Credits (SKS) PLO-1 PLO-2 PLO-3 PLO-4 PLO-5 PLO-6 PLO-7 PLO-8 PLO-9 PLO-10 PLO-11 PLO-12
SEMESTER VII
1 Metals 3 X
Ceramics 3 X X X
Polymers 3 X X X
2 Microcontroller and microprocessor 3 X X X
Building Physics 3 X X X X
3 Fibre Optics 3 X X X
Photonics 3 X
4 Geology 3 X X X
Seismology 3 X X X
Earth Electrical Exploration X X X X
5 Introduction to Particle Physics 2 X X X
Advanced Mathematical Physics 2 X X X
Introduction to Cosmology 3 X X X
6 Anatomy and Physiology 2 X X X X X
Medical Imaging Physics 2 X X X X X
Medical Instrumentation 2 X X X X X
Radiobiology 2 X X X X X
SEMESTER VIII
1 Composites 3 X X X X
Semiconductors 3 X X X X
Material Analysis Method X X X X X
2 Electro acoustic 3 X X X X
Instrumentation and Intelligent Control 3 X X X
Heat transfer 2 X X X
Industrial Instrumentation 3 X X X
3 Optical Computing 3 X X X
Digital Image Processing 3 X X X
Applied Electromagnetics 3 X X X
4 Seismic Exploration 3 X X X X
Earth Potential Field Exploration 3 X X X X
Rock Physics and Well Log Analysis 3 X X X X X
Inversion Model 3 X X X X X
5 Group Theory 2 X X X X
Relativistic Quantum Theory 2 X X X X
Special Topics on Quantum Physics 3 X X X X
6 Biophysics 2 X X X X X X
Radiotherapy 2 X X X X X X
Health Physics and Radiation Protection 2 X X X X X X

Note: Course classification based on specialized fields and laboratory: 1. Advanced Materials; 2. Instrumentation Physics; 3. Optoelectronics and Applied Electromagnetics; 4. Geophysics; 5. Theoretical Physics; and 6. Biophysics and Medical Physics.

Bachelor of Physics provides courses, with minimum 144 credits to accomplish, consist of:

Compulsory Courses = 122 credits

  • Enrichment Courses = 3 credits
  • Final Project = 6 credits

Selective/Optional Courses = 12 credits

 

Practical Works are required to support courses and Final Projects. There are several Physics-related fields students can choose:

Duration of study is 8 (eight) semesters or 4 (four) years. Students are required to accomplish TOEFL with minimum score at 477.

 

 

New student admissions for the BoP at DoP-ITS are carried out centrally at ITS using three admission systems, which are:

  1. The National Selection of State University Acceptance, or in Bahasa Indonesia it calls as Seleksi Nasional Masuk Perguruan Tinggi Negeri (SNMPTN), 
  2. Simultaneous Selection of State University Acceptance, or in Bahasa Indonesia it is better known as Seleksi Bersama Masuk Perguruan Tinggi Negeri (SBMPTN),
  3. Partnership by Recommendation from a firm Acceptance or by Independent Acceptance, or in Bahasa Indonesia it is known as Seleksi Kemitraan dan Mandiri (SKM).

 

The details of the quota for new students received through the SNMPTN, SBMPTN, and SKM pathways are 30%, 40%, and 30%, respectively, of the total capacity of the BoP at DoP-ITS. This is as stated in http://smits.its.ac.id/sarjana/

The selection of new students through the SNMPTN route is based on the scores obtained from semester 1 to semester 5 for applicants from senior high school graduates (In Indonesia we call them as Sekolah Menengah Atas (SMA) / Madrasah Aliyah (MA)) with a maximum study period of 3 years, or semester 1 to semester 7 for applicants from Vocational High School (in Indonesia we call it as Sekolah Menengah Kejuruan (SMK)) graduates with a maximum study period of 4 years. Each applicant is given the option to choose two universities where one of the selected universities must be in the same province as they were SMA or SMK, where they spend their studies. Applicants can choose up to a maximum of 2 study programs that can be selected for the same university. The order of the selected universities and study programs determines the priority options.

Admission of new students through the SBMPTN route is intended for graduates of Senior High School and / or Vocational High Schools up to the last 3 years from the date of graduation. Selection is carried out simultaneously using a written test which includes Basic Mathematics, English, Indonesian, Advanced Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Integrated Science. Students who pass the selection depend on the capacity of each study program.

The third admission route, the prospective students register at state universities with the Recommended Partnership Acceptance and Independent Program (SKM Program). The SKM Program is intended for graduates of Senior High School and / or Vocational High School who meet the requirements set by ITS and must be a representative of a firm, institution or government agency that has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) or Memorandum of Agreement (MoA)) with ITS.

The final selection method (The Bidik Misi Program), applicants who come from underprivileged backgrounds can apply for assistance for their school fees. The applications can be downloaded by logging into http://bidikmisi.dikti.go.id. The Bidik Misi Program is a program from the Indonesian government that provides scholarships to underprivileged students. The goal of this program is to fund student living expenses and tuition fees for 8 semesters.

While studying at ITS, the progress of ITS students is evaluated by the Bureau of Academic and Student Planning or in Indonesia better known as Biro Akademik, Kemahasiswaan dan Perencaan (BAKP) through the Academic Management Information System (Sistem Informasi Manajemen Akademik). / SIM Akademik). This system can be accessed 24 hours both from inside and outside the ITS campus via the internet with personal ID (https://akademik.its.ac.id/home.php). At the end of each semester, this Bureau sends a report on the evaluation results of student studies to parents / guardians.