Undergraduate Program

Undergraduade Program (S1)

The Civil Engineering Department is under the Faculty of Civil, Environmental, and Geo-Engineering (FTSLK) Ten November Institute of technology (ITS) Surabaya. Civil engineering had the vision to become the Centre of reference (Resource Center) in civil engineering in Indonesia which support the development of the marine industry and environmentally.

COURSE STRUCTURE
No. Code Course Title Credits
SEMESTER I
1 IG14-1101~5 Religious Education 2
2 SF14-1201 Basic Physic 3
3 SM14-1201 Calculus 1 3
4 RC14-1311 Statically-Determinate Structure 3
5 RC14-1312 Land Surveying 2
6 RC14-1313 Computer Programming and Application 2
7 IG14-1106 Nationality insight 3
Total Credits 18
SEMESTER II
1 SM14-1202 Calculus 2 3
2 IG14-1108 English 3
3 RC14-1321 Civil Engineering Drawing + Assignment 3
4 RC14-1322 Mechanics of Materials 3
5 RC14-1323 Concrete and Material Technology + Lab Work 4
6 RC14-1324 Construction Management 2
Total Credits 18
SEMESTER III
1 RC14-1331 Engineering Mathematics 2
2 RC14-1332 Statistic for Civil Engineering 2
3 RC14-1333 Statically Indeterminate Structure 3
4 RC14-1334 Concrete Structure 1 3
5 RC14-1335 Traffic Engineering 3
6 RC14-1336 Project Financial Feasibility Study + Assignment 3
7 RC14-1337 Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulics + Lab Work 4
Total Credits 20
SEMESTER IV
1 RC14-1341 Applied Engineering Mechanics 3
2 RC14-1342 Elements of Steel Structures 3
3 RC14-1343 Concrete Structure 2 2
4 RC14-1344 Soil Mechanics and Foundations 4
5 RC14-1345 Time and Cost Planning Of Construction Project 3
6 RC14-1346 Highway and Railway Geometrics 2
7 RC14-1347 Hydrology 3
Total Credits 20
SEMESTER V
1 RC14-1351 Software for Civil Engineering (CAD + Plaxis) 2
2 RC14-1352 Concrete Building Structures + Assignment 4
3 RC14-1353 Steel Building Structures + Assignment 4
4 RC14-1354 Embankment and Earth-Retaining Structures 4
5 RC14-1355 Transportation Planning and Modeling 2
6 RC14-1356 Drainage and Irrigation System and Structures 4
Total Credits 20
SEMESTER VI
1 IG14-1107 Scientific information technology and communication 3
2 RC14-1361 Modeling of System for Civil Engineering 2
3 RC14-1362 Bridge Engineering + Assignment 4
4 RC14-1363 Highway Pavement Design + Lab Work 3
5 RC14-1364 Water Building Construction Planning + Assignment 3
6 RC14-1365 Coastal and River Engineering 3
Total Credits 18
SEMESTER VII
1 RC14-1371 Practical Work/ Industrial Field Practice 2
2 IG14-1109 Technopreunership 3
3 RC14-1372 Construction Method and Equipment 3
4 RC14-1373 Airport Planning 2
5 RC14-1374 Harbor Planning 2
6 RC14-1375 Scientific Writing Method 2
Total Credits 14
SEMESTER VIII
1 RC14-1501 Final Project 6
2 Elective Courses 10
Total Credits 16

ELECTIVE COURSES

No. Code Course Title Credits

1

RC14-1401

Timber Structures 2

2

RC14-1402

Prestressed Concrete Structures 2

3

RC14-1403

Finite Element Method 3

4

RC14-1404

Ductile Steel Structures 3

5

RC14-1405

Long Span Bridge 2

6

RC14-1406

Structure Dynamics 3

7

RC14-1407

Small Dam and Hydro Power 2

8

RC14-1408

Water Resources Management 2

9

RC14-1409

Piping Network Planning 2

10

RC14-1410

Coastal and River Building Planning 2

11

RC14-1411

The Operation and Maintenance of Water Building 2

12

RC14-1412

Special Topics 2

13

RC14-1413

Time and Cost Optimization 2

14

RC14-1414

Procurement and Construction Project Contract 2

15

RC14-1415

Buidings Utility 2

16

RC14-1416

Maintenance of Civil Engineering Structures 2

17

RC14-1417

Engineering Geology 2

18

RC14-1418

Ground Improvement Method 2

19

RC14-1419

Foundations on Rocks 2

20

RC14-1420

Advanced Foundation Engineering 2

21

RC14-1421

Dynamics of Foundations 2

22

RC14-1422

Highway Economics 2

23

RC14-1423

Mass Transport and Transportation Facility 2

24

RC14-1424

Railway Engineering 2

Expected Learning Outcomes

Indonesia government has published Presidential Regulation No. 8/2012 about Indonesian National Qualification Framework (INQF) as a national guidance for the formulation of the graduates Expected Learning Outcomes (ELO). This gives an understanding that each student should possess the same standard of competence . An undergraduate program should set its learning outcomes so that  graduates must achieve at level 6 of INQF. According to this Regulation, ELO is ability that can be obtained from accumulated working experiences, knowledge, managerial abilities and attitudes.

The DCE ELO is formulated based on Graduates’ Profile which derived from vision and mission of ITS, Faculty and Department, INQF, Stakeholder and Alumni Input, and Benchmarking with Best Practice of National and International Universities. According to long discussion with DCE academic members, the DCE graduates’ profile defines as: “Produces engineering graduates who are able to work cooperatively in group to design environmentally sustainable Civil Engineering infrastructures, and to have enterpreneur skills, as well as to have enough knowledge to improve themselves based on the philosophy of lifelong learning.”

In addition to  core competencies that become a primary identifier of DCE graduates, it was also defined in ELO about supporting competence and specific competencies  in accordance with core competencies. Elements of competence in every subject may include grounding aspects of personality, mastery of knowledge and skills, ability to work, attitudes and behaviors in the work, and understanding the rules of life and society. The profile is derived from 4 main ELO with 12 sub-ELOs and expected to be possessed by graduates of DCE-ITS. Based on the ELO, DoS prepared the structure and content of the curriculum in order that the required competencies should be achieved.

Undergraduate/bachelor programme (2014-2019 DCE curriculum) is divided into 2 stages: 1. preparatory stage with load of 36 credits (conducted in 2 semesters), and 2. undergraduate stage with load of 108 credits (6 semesters). The total 144 credits of programme (48 subjects) consist of 45 compulsory subjects (132 credits) and 3 elective subjects (12 credits). The compulsory subjects consist of compulsory subjects in preparatory stage, major compulsory subjects including final projects and project works, and supporting/interdiscipline subjects. In preparatory stage, compulsory subjects include fundamental science and engineering subjects which support DCE curriculum, and soft skill subjects which are taught in all faculties based on institutional curriculum (ITS curriculum). In preparatory stage, the programme focuses on developing generic skills and knowledge. Thus, soft skill subjects are designated to prepare and equip the first year students with academic professional ethic and attitudes. The generic skill and knowledge of student is then strengthened in undergraduate stage by completing supporting subjects. Therefore, 34.7% of subjects in the programme is designed to develop generic skills and knowledge, while 65.3% of subjects is structured to develop specialised skill and knowledge (Major compulsory, elective courses and final projects).

Major compulsory subjects are categorized into 5 core modules, i.e., Structures, geotechnics, transportation, hydrotechnics and project management. While supporting/interdiscipline subjects are land surveying, computer programmeming and application, civil engineering drawing, engineering mathematics, statistic for civil engineering, system modeling for civil engineering. Minimum 3 out of 24 elective subjects can be taken by students start from semester 5 to support final project topic of interest (classification of elective subjects related to the final project topic). These elective courses allow students to attend classes in accordance with their needs to support their specialised skills and knowledge. The course structures in a bachelor programme is summarized in Table below.

An educational system is expressed by Semester Credit System (Sistem Kredit Semester – SKS), which is defined as a system of education with semester credit units (credits) to state  loads of students, lecturers, and programme implementations per week. One credit is defined as 50 minutes’ lecture, 50-100 minutes structured academic activities, and 50-100 minutes independent learning activities. Semester is a unit of time for teaching and learning activities, equal to 16 (sixteen) weeks of classes or other scheduled activities including evaluation. Summary of programme related to course credits and level of studies are presented in Table below.

SEMESTER I
1 IG14-1101~5 Religious Education 2
2 SF14-1201 Basic Physic 3
3 SM14-1201 Calculus 1 3
4 RC14-1311 Statically-Determinate Structure 3
5 RC14-1312 Land Surveying 2
6 RC14-1313 Computer Programming and Application 2
7 IG14-1106 Nationality insight 3
Total Credits 18
SEMESTER II
1 SM14-1202 Calculus 2 3
2 IG14-1108 English 3
3 RC14-1321 Civil Engineering Drawing + Assignment 3
4 RC14-1322 Mechanics of Materials 3
5 RC14-1323 Concrete and Material Technology + Lab Work 4
6 RC14-1324 Construction Management 2
Total Credits 18
SEMESTER III
1 RC14-1331 Engineering Mathematics 2
2 RC14-1332 Statistic for Civil Engineering 2
3 RC14-1333 Statically Indeterminate Structure 3
4 RC14-1334 Concrete Structure 1 3
5 RC14-1335 Traffic Engineering 3
6 RC14-1336 Project Financial Feasibility Study + Assignment 3
7 RC14-1337 Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulics + Lab Work 4
Total Credits 20
SEMESTER IV
1 RC14-1341 Applied Engineering Mechanics 3
2 RC14-1342 Elements of Steel Structures 3
3 RC14-1343 Concrete Structure 2 2
4 RC14-1344 Soil Mechanics and Foundations 4
5 RC14-1345 Time and Cost Planning Of Construction Project 3
6 RC14-1346 Highway and Railway Geometrics 2
7 RC14-1347 Hydrology 3
Total Credits 20
SEMESTER V
1 RC14-1351 Software for Civil Engineering (CAD + Plaxis) 2
2 RC14-1352 Concrete Building Structures + Assignment 4
3 RC14-1353 Steel Building Structures + Assignment 4
4 RC14-1354 Embankment and Earth-Retaining Structures 4
5 RC14-1355 Transportation Planning and Modeling 2
6 RC14-1356 Drainage and Irrigation System and Structures 4
Total Credits 20
SEMESTER VI
1 IG14-1107 Scientific information technology and communication 3
2 RC14-1361 Modeling of System for Civil Engineering 2
3 RC14-1362 Bridge Engineering + Assignment 4
4 RC14-1363 Highway Pavement Design + Lab Work 3
5 RC14-1364 Water Building Construction Planning + Assignment 3
6 RC14-1365 Coastal and River Engineering 3
Total Credits 18
SEMESTER VII
1 RC14-1371 Practical Work/ Industrial Field Practice 2
2 IG14-1109 Technopreunership 3
3 RC14-1372 Construction Method and Equipment 3
4 RC14-1373 Airport Planning 2
5 RC14-1374 Harbor Planning 2
6 RC14-1375 Scientific Writing Method 2
Total Credits 14
SEMESTER VIII
1 RC14-1501 Final Project 6
2 Elective Courses 10
Total Credits 16

ELECTIVE COURSES

No. Code Course Title Credits

1

RC14-1401

Timber Structures 2

2

RC14-1402

Prestressed Concrete Structures 2

3

RC14-1403

Finite Element Method 3

4

RC14-1404

Ductile Steel Structures 3

5

RC14-1405

Long Span Bridge 2

6

RC14-1406

Structure Dynamics 3

7

RC14-1407

Small Dam and Hydro Power 2

8

RC14-1408

Water Resources Management 2

9

RC14-1409

Piping Network Planning 2

10

RC14-1410

Coastal and River Building Planning 2

11

RC14-1411

The Operation and Maintenance of Water Building 2

12

RC14-1412

Special Topics 2

13

RC14-1413

Time and Cost Optimization 2

14

RC14-1414

Procurement and Construction Project Contract 2

15

RC14-1415

Buidings Utility 2

16

RC14-1416

Maintenance of Civil Engineering Structures 2

17

RC14-1417

Engineering Geology 2

18

RC14-1418

Ground Improvement Method 2

19

RC14-1419

Foundations on Rocks 2

20

RC14-1420

Advanced Foundation Engineering 2

21

RC14-1421

Dynamics of Foundations 2

22

RC14-1422

Highway Economics 2

23

RC14-1423

Mass Transport and Transportation Facility 2

24

RC14-1424

Railway Engineering 2