Discipline Criteria for Engineering Programs

Discipline Criteria for Engineering Programs

Available engineering discipline criteria:

  • Agricultural and/or Bio-Systems Engineering in Bachelor Programs
  • Agro-Industrial and Similarly-named Engineering Programs
  • Chemical, Biochemical, and Similarly-named Engineering Programs
  • Civil and Similarly-named Engineering Programs
  • Earth and Energy Engineering Programs
  • Electrical, Computer, Communications, Telecommunication and Similarly-named Engineering Programs
  • Engineering Physics and Similarly-named Engineering Programs
  • Environmental and Similarly-named Engineering Programs
  • Geodetics, Geomatics, and Similarly-named Engineering Programs
  • Industrial and Similarly-named Engineering Programs
  • Materials, Metallurgical and Similarly-named Engineering Programs
  • Mechanical and Similarly-named Engineering Programs
  • Nuclear and Similarly-named Engineering Programs
  • Ocean and Similarly-named Engineering Programs
  • General Engineering Programs

Download the criteria document for engineering programs here.


 

Discipline Criteria for Agricultural and/or Bio-Systems Engineering in Bachelor Programs

Lead Society:

  • Badan Kejuruan Teknik Pertanian Persatuan Insinyur Indonesia (BKTP PII) – PII Chapter for Agricultural Engineers

These Discipline Criteria apply to bachelor programs that include “agricultural engineering”, “bio-system engineering,” “bio-production engineering”, and similar modifiers in their titles.

Curriculum

The curriculum shall provide fundamental knowledge of engineering principles, agriculture and/or biosystem related sciences and ability to apply them to analyze, interpret, identify alternative solutions, and implement experiments for enhancing the performance agricultural systems or solution of common problems in agriculture and/or biosystem.

The learning and educational process articulating in the curriculum must be conducted in such a way to ensure that the graduates have sufficient knowledge, skill and attitude in the process to identify, analyze, formulate, design, use and control of machinery, structure and systems to solve engineering problems as required in the production of plant and animal, processing and handling the agricultural and/or biological materials.

The curriculum content that be considered as “educational components of mathematics, natural sciences and technologies” appropriate to the field shall include systematic subject clusters related with mathematics and natural sciences (focusing on multiple subjects such as, physics, chemistry, biology, or geography), and area of agricultural meteorology, irrigation, drainage and reclamation engineering (agricultural civil and environmental engineering), and/or area of agricultural machinery & automation, and/or area of agricultural work system and safety, and/or area of agricultural/biological production system, and/or area of agriculture/biological and environment information.

To conduct the learning and educational process the program shall be considered as “to provide a sufficient number of faculty members able to realize the curriculum with applicable educational methods and to improve the educational result of the program, and shall provide the faculty with institutional support.”

 


Discipline Criteria for Agro-Industrial and Similarly-named Engineering Programs

Lead Societies:

  • Badan Kejuruan Industri Pertanian Persatuan Insinyur Indonesia (BKIP PII) – PII Chapter for Agro-Industrial Engineers
  • Forum Komunikasi Program Studi Industri Pertanian Indonesia (FKPSIP) –

These Discipline Criteria apply to engineering programs that include “agro-industrial” and similar modifiers in their titles

Curriculum

The curriculum prepares graduates with ability to design, develop, implement, control, evaluate, and improve the system performance of sustainable agro-industry, through an integrated approach of transformation process, system engineering, industrial management, and environmental aspects to increase the added value of agricultural/bio-based resources and their derivatives.

Faculty

Faculty members are required to have a combined expertise in the aspects of transformation, systems engineering, industrial management, and environment for developing sustainable and integrated agro-industrial system.

 


Discipline Criteria for Chemical, Biochemical, and Similarly-named Engineering Programs

Lead Societies:

  • Asosiasi Pendidikan Tinggi Teknik Kimia Indonesia (APTEKINDO) – Association of Indonesian Higher Education Programs in Chemical Engineering
  • Badan Kejuruan Kimia Persatuan Insinyur Indonesia (BKK PII) – PII Chapter for Chemical Engineers

These Discipline Criteria apply to engineering programs that include “chemical”, “biochemical”, “bioprocess“, “bioenergy”, and similar modifiers in their titles.

Curriculum

The curriculum shall provide a firm grasp in basic sciences which include chemistry and chemistry-related sciences, physics, and/or biology with some reference to local context as appropriate to the objectives of the Program. The curriculum must include the engineering application of these basic sciences to the design, analysis, and control of chemical, physical, and/or biological processes and the design and development of products, including the economics and hazards associated with these processes and products.

The learning process articulating this curriculum must be conducted in such a way to ensure that the graduates have sufficient knowledge, skills, and attitude in the process design, analysis, and control, and product design and development. The learning process must also enable students to apply research-based knowledge and research methods to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems.

 


Discipline Criteria for Civil and Similarly-named Engineering Programs

Lead Society:

  • Badan Kejuruan Teknik Sipil Persatuan Insinyur Indonesia (BKTS PII) – PII Chapter for Civil Engineers

These Discipline Criteria apply to bachelor programs that include “civil engineering” and similar modifiers in their titles.

Curriculum

The program shall prepare graduates to be proficient in applied mathematics and natural sciences relevant to civil engineering, in a minimum of three recognized major civil engineering areas (namely structural, project management, geotechnical, water resources, environmental, and transportation), in conducting civil engineering experiments and analyzing and interpreting the resulting data, and in designing and integrating all professional components of the curriculum. The program shall also prepare graduates to explain basic concepts in management, business, public policy, and leadership, and explain the importance of ethics and professional licensure.

Faculty

Faculty members teaching courses on design should have either certification of professional engineer or qualification through experience in engineering design and practices.

 


Discipline Criteria for Earth and Energy Engineering Programs

Lead Societies:

  • Badan Kejuruan Teknik Kebumian dan Energi PII – PII Chapter for Earth and Energy Engineers
  • Ikatan Ahli Geologi Indonesia – Association of Geological Experts Indonesia
  • Himpunan Ahli Geofisika Indonesia – Association of Geophysical Experts Indonesia

Curriculum

The program shall prepare graduates to be proficient in applied mathematics and natural sciences relevant to earth and energy engineering, such as geological engineering, geophysical engineering, or other scope related to earth and energy engineering mapping, in conducting earth and energy engineering data acquisition, data processing and interpretation for experiments and research toward design and planning of engineering or exploration purpose, in which it integrates all professional components in the curriculum. The program shall also prepare graduates to explain basic concepts in management, business, public policy, and leadership, and explain the importance of ethics and professional licensure.

Faculty

Faculty members teaching courses should have either certification in related earth and energy engineering profession, or professional engineer or qualification through experience in engineering practice.

 


Discipline Criteria for Electrical, Computer, Communications, Telecommunication and Similarly-named Engineering Programs

Lead Societies:

  • Forum Pendidikan Tinggi Teknik Elektro Indonesia (FORTEI) – Indonesian Forum for Higher Education in Electrical Engineering
  • Badan Kejuruan Elektro Persatuan Insinyur Indonesia (BKE PII) – PII Chapter for Electrical Engineers

These Discipline Criteria apply to engineering programs that include “electrical”, “electronic(s),” “computer,” “communication(s),” “telecommunication(s),” or similar modifiers in their titles.

Curriculum

The curriculum specifies subject areas appropriate to engineering and must include:

a. one year of a combination of university level mathematics and basic sciences (one with experimental experience) appropriate to the discipline.

b. one and one-half years of engineering topics, i.e. engineering sciences and engineering design, appropriate to the title of the program.

Students must be prepared for engineering practice through a curriculum culminating in a major design experience based on the knowledge and skills acquired in earlier course work to meet desired needs within realistic constraints.

The structure of the curriculum must provide both breadth and depth across the range of engineering topics implied by the title of the program.

The curriculum must include probability and statistics, with applications appropriate to the program name; mathematics through differential and integral calculus; basic sciences and engineering topics (including computing science) necessary to analyze and design complex electrical/electronic devices or systems containing hardware and/or software components.

The curriculum for programs containing the modifier “electrical,” “electronic(s),” “communication(s),” or “telecommunication(s)” in the title must include advanced mathematics, such as differential equations, linear algebra, and complex variables.

The curriculum for programs containing the modifier “computer” in the title must include discrete mathematics.

The curriculum for programs containing the modifier “communication(s)” or “telecommunication(s)” in the title must include topics in communication systems.

The curriculum for programs containing the modifier “telecommunication(s)” must include design and operation of telecommunication networks for services such as but not limited to voice, data, image, and video transport.

 


Discipline Criteria for Engineering Physics and Similarly-named Engineering Programs

Lead Society:

  • Badan Kejuruan Teknik Fisika Persatuan Insinyur Indonesia (BKTF PII) – PII Chapter for Engineering Physics

These Discipline Criteria apply to bachelor programs that include “engineering physics” and similar modifiers in their titles.

Curriculum

The program must prepare graduates to engage in the development of the forefront of technology, such as and not limited to, instrumentation & control, built environment and energy systems, material design and processing, renewable energy

The curriculum must provide strong fundamentals on mathematics, physics, engineering sciences and engineering design. The curriculum should cover the capability to thrive in professional and industry sectors, such as engineering economics, project management and core competences of the forefront technology.

Faculty

The program shall demonstrate that those faculty members teaching courses that are primarily design in content are qualified to teach the subject matter by virtue of education and experience or professional licensure.

 


Discipline Criteria for Environmental and Similarly-named Engineering Programs

Lead Societies:

  • Badan Kejuruan Teknik Lingkungan Persatuan Insinyur Indonesia (BKTL PII) – PII Chapter for Environmental Engineers
  • Ikatan Ahli Teknik Penyehatan dan Lingkungan Indonesia (IATPI) – Indonesian Association of Experts in Sanitation and Environmental Engineering
  • Badan Kerja Sama Perguruan Penyelenggara Pendidikan Tinggi Teknik Lingkungan (BAKERMA-TL) – Association of Higher Education Programs in Environmental Engineering

These Discipline Criteria apply to engineering programs that include “environmental” and similar modifiers in their titles.

Curriculum

The curriculum must prepare graduates to apply knowledge of mathematics and basic sciences; introductory level knowledge of environmental issues associated with air, land, and water systems and associated environmental health impacts; conduct laboratory experiments and analyze and interpret the resulting data in more than one major environmental engineering focus area, (e.g., air, water, land, environmental health); performing design of environmental engineering systems; understanding in advanced principles and practice relevant to the program objectives. The curriculum must prepare graduates to understand concepts of professional practice, project management, and the roles and responsibilities of public institutions and private organizations pertaining to environmental policy and regulations.

Faculty

The program must demonstrate that a majority of those faculty teaching courses that are primarily design in content are qualified to teach the subject matter by virtue of professional licensure, board certification in environmental engineering, or by education and equivalent design experience.

 


Discipline Criteria for Geodetics, Geomatics, and Similarly-named Engineering Programs

Lead Society:

  • Forum Ketua Jurusan dan Program Studi Teknik Geodesi-Geomatika se-Indonesia – Indonesian Forum for Higher Education in Geodetic-Geomatics Engineering

These Discipline Criteria apply to engineering programs that include “surveying,” “geodetic”, “geomatics”, and similar modifiers in their titles.

Curriculum

The curriculum must prepare graduates to apply knowledge of mathematics, natural sciences and statistics in Geodetics/Geomatics engineering field, complete task related to spatial data acquisition using modern measurement tools, perform geospatial data processing using industry-standard software, and also perform standard analysis and design in at least one of the recognized technical specialties within surveying/geodetics/geomatics technology, include boundary and/or land surveying, geographic and/or land information systems, engineering project surveying, photogrammetry, remote sensing, mapping and geodesy, and other related areas.

Faculty

The program must demonstrate that a majority of those faculty members are qualified to teach engineering courses by education, equivalent design experience or board certification of a surveyor professional/geomatics engineering.

 


Discipline Criteria for Industrial and Similarly-named Engineering Programs

Lead Societies:

  • Badan Kerja Sama Penyelenggara Pendidikan Tinggi Teknik Industri Indonesia (BKSTI) – Indonesian Association of Higher Education in Industrial Engineering
  • Badan Kejuruan Teknik Industri Persatuan Insinyur Indonesia (BKTI PII) – PII Chapter for Industrial Engineers

Curriculum

The program shall prepare graduates to be proficient in design, improve, and implement integrated systems that include people, materials, equipment, energy and information. To meet these needs, the curriculum must provide adequate knowledge about the application of mathematics, statistics and probabilistic theory as well as analysis and design engineering as well as knowledge with regard to social sciences. The education program should ensure the provision of an integrated system design experiences to students. The curriculum must include in depth instruction to accomplish the integration of systems using appropriate analytical, computational and experimental practices.

Faculty

Faculty members must understand the professional practice and maintain currency in their respective professional areas. Faculty members must be responsible and able to make the definition, evaluation, implementation and improvement on the achievement of Learning Outcomes in the framework of an continuous improvement of the study program.

 


Discipline Criteria for Materials, Metallurgical and Similarly-named Engineering Programs

Lead Societies:

  • Badan Kejuruan Teknik Material Persatuan Insinyur Indonesia – PII Chapter for Material Engineers
  • Badan Kejuruan Teknik Metalurgi Persatuan Insinyur Indonesia – PII Chapter for Metallurgical Engineers

These Discipline Criteria apply to engineering programs including “materials,” “metallurgical,” “ceramics,” “glass”, “polymer,” “biomaterials,” and similar modifiers in their titles.

Curriculum

The curriculum must prepare graduates to apply advanced science (such as chemistry, biology and physics), computational techniques and engineering principles to materials systems implied by the program modifier, e.g., ceramics, metals, polymers, biomaterials, composite materials; to integrate the understanding of the scientific and engineering principles underlying the four major elements of the field: structure, properties, processing, and performance related to material systems appropriate to the field; to apply and integrate knowledge from each of the above four elements of the field using experimental, computational and statistical methods to solve materials problems including selection and design consistent with the program educational objectives.

Faculty

The faculty expertise for the professional area must encompass the four major elements of the field.

 


Discipline Criteria for Mechanical and Similarly-named Engineering Programs

Lead Societies:

  • Badan Kerjasama Teknik Mesin Seluruh Indonesia (BKSTM) – Indonesian Association of Higher Education in Mechanical Engineering
  • Badan Kejuruan Mesin Persatuan Insinyur Indonesia (BKM PII) – PII Chapter for Mechanical Engineers

These Discipline Criteria apply to all engineering programs that include “mechanical” or similar modifiers in their titles.

Curriculum

The curriculum must require students to apply basic sciences, mathematics (including multivariate calculus and differential equations) and principles of engineering sciences; to model, analyze, design, and apply physical systems, components or processes; and prepare students to work professionally in either thermal or mechanical systems.

Faculty

Faculty members teaching courses on design should have either certification of professional engineer or qualification through experience in engineering design and practices.

 


Discipline Criteria for Nuclear and Similarly-named Engineering Programs

Lead Society:

Himpunan Masyarakat Nuklir Indonesia (HIMNI) – Indonesian Association for Nuclear Society

These Discipline Criteria apply to engineering program that include “nuclear”, “radiological”, “radiation”, or similar modifiers in their titles.

Curriculum

The curriculum shall provide strong fundamentals on advanced mathematics, science, engineering science and engineering design related to the objectives of the program. The curriculum must include the application of atomic and nuclear physics, and the transport of radiation and its interaction with matter, for nuclear power generation, medical, industrial, and agricultural areas; to perform nuclear engineering design; to measure nuclear and radiation processes. The program shall ensure that the curriculum must comply with international and national nuclear regulations by emphasizing the requirements for nuclear safety, non-destructive inspection, security and safeguards.

Faculty

The program must demonstrate that faculty members are qualified to teach nuclear engineering courses by education, equivalent design experience or board certification of a professional engineer depending on the program needs.

 


Discipline Criteria for Ocean and Similarly-named Engineering Programs

Lead Societies:

  • Himpunan Ahli Pengelola Pesisir Indonesia (HAPPI) – Indonesian Association of Experts in Coastal Management
  • Himpunan Ahli Teknik Hidraulik Indonesia (HATHI) – Indonesian Association of Experts in Hydraulics Engineering

These Discipline Criteria apply to engineering programs that include “coastal”, “ocean”, “marine”, “naval architecture”, or similar modifiers in their titles.

Curriculum

The curriculum must prepare graduates to have the knowledge and the skills to apply the principles of fluid and solid mechanics, dynamics, hydrostatics, hydrodynamics, probability and applied statistics, oceanography, and water waves, to engineering problems and to work in groups to perform engineering design at the system level, integrating multiple technical areas and addressing design optimization.

Faculty

Program faculty must have responsibility and sufficient authority to define, revised, implement, and achieve the program objectives

 


Discipline Criteria for General Engineering Programs

Lead Society:

Persatuan Insinyur Indonesia (PII) – The Institute of Engineers Indonesia

These criteria is applicable only for programs having no available Discipline Criteria and wish to be evaluated solely by the Common Criteria.

Curriculum

No additional requirement beyond those required by the Common Criteria

Faculty

No additional requirement beyond those required by the Common Criteria