Bachelor Degree (S1)

In accordance with applicable regulations, the Bachelor Study Program is designed to be completed in 8 semesters (4 years) with a total load of 144 credits (semester credit units). The study period (for 8 semesters) is divided into 2 stages, namely the PREPARATION STAGE and UNDERGRADUATE STAGE. The preparatory phase includes semesters 1 and 2 with a total load of 36 credits, while the undergraduate stage covers semester 3 – 8 with a total load of 108 credits.

At the preparation stage, students are provided with general basic subjects, basic science courses, basic shipping subjects and basic economics. While at the undergraduate stage, students are provided with basic knowledge of marine transportation techniques and special subjects and expertise that are the main characteristics of the field of marine transportation.

Besides courses that are face-to-face in class, there are also courses that are Assignment and Practical in nature, as well as elective courses on Shipping, Ports, and Maritime Logistics.

In the preparation of the curriculum design for the period 2018-2023 the Study Program of Marine Transportation Engineering is based on Presidential Regulation (Perpres) No. 8 of 2012 concerning the KKNI (Kerangka Kualifikasi Nasional Indonesia), Minister of Research and Technology Regulation No. 44/2015 concerning the National Standards for Higher Education and Regulation of the Rector of ITS No. 18/2017 about Curriculum Evaluation Guidelines in the ITS environment. In addition, the preparation of the current curriculum is also a curriculum evaluation for the 2014-2019 period that has been developed comprehensively by considering the characteristics and body of knowledge of the Study Program and accommodating the results of the tracer study (tracking study).

Pyramid of Curriculum of Department of Marine Transportation Engineering

Details of the preparation of the Bachelor Study Program curriculum in the Department of Marine Transportation Engineering Learning Outcomes (CPL) can be seen HERE.

The structure of the courses in the 2018-2023 curriculum design, is based on the Rector’s Regulation ITS No. 18/2017. By referring to these regulations, the composition of the subject of the Bachelor of Marine Transportation Engineering Study Program with a total of 144 credits is as follows: