Education System

Education System

The Environmental Engineering Study Program, FALTL, Trisakti University aims to produce graduates who have technical knowledge and expertise in dealing with environmental problems in a systematic and integrated manner, based on mastery of knowledge in the fields of engineering, planning and environmental management, to ensure that the development carried out does not damage the environment. The curriculum currently applied refers to the Indonesian National Qualifications Framework (KKNI) which is based on Outcome Based Education (OBE), which reflects the learning outcomes obtained by a person from education, training, work experience and independent learning.

TITLE

Engineering Bachelor (ST)

PROGRAM SPECIFICATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING STUDY PROGRAM 

The Environmental Engineering Study Program accepts prospective students from high school graduates in science, or from technical vocational schools. Students must complete 144 credits by taking a full-time program of 8 semesters (4 years) to obtain a Bachelor of Engineering (ST) degree.

GRADUATE PROFILE

As an environmental engineer capable of being designer, researcher, academician on environmental infrastructure;  environmental management; health, safety and environment (HSE) management; and hazardous waste management

EXPECTED LEARNING OUTCOMES

  1. Able to apply mathematics, natural sciences, ecology, information technology and engineering sciences to gain a thorough understanding of engineering principles.
  2. Able to apply theoretical concepts of engineering sciences, engineering principles, and engineering design for environmental problem analysis and environmental management system design.
  3. Able to apply the latest methods, skills and technical tools to formulate, analyze and solve environmental engineering problems.
  4. Able to communicate effectively through oral, written, and technical drawings as well as interact and collaborate in multidisciplinary and cross-cultural teams.
  5. Able to carry out and design laboratory and field research as well as analyze and interpret data to strengthen technical assessments.
  6. Able to design components, systems and/or processes in the field of Environmental Engineering in accordance with technical standards, application, reliability, and sustainability to meet the expected needs within realistic limits, taking into account economic, social, health and public safety aspects, sustainability and to identify and/or utilize the potential of local and national resources with global insight.
  7. Able to be responsible and comply with professional ethics in solving environmental engineering problems.
  8. Able to demonstrate religious, socio-cultural responsibilities as well as to the state and nation.
  9. Able to carry out lifelong learning, including knowledge related to relevant contemporary issues.

The Expected Learning Outcomes (ELO) above are in line with the University’s Vision and Mission and are prepared based on the KKNI, Bakerma-TL and input from stakeholders.

Expected Learning Outcomes – Knowledge

  1. theoretical concepts of natural science, environmental science, and applications of engineering mathematics in general;
  2. theoretical concepts of engineering sciences, engineering principles, and engineering designs needed for environmental problem analysis and environmental management system design, namely community protection from a dangerous environment, environmental protection, environmental conservation, or restoration environment;
  3. principles, methodologies and techniques for designing environmental management systems with an integrated systems approach;
  4. concepts and principles of environmental conservation;
  5. concepts and principles of occupational safety and health in the laboratory and in the field;
  6. current principles and issues in economics and socio-culture in general;
  7. general concepts, principles and techniques of communication for specific purposes; and insight into the latest technological developments in the field of environmental engineering.

Expected Learning Outcomes – General Skills 

  1. able to apply logical, critical, systematic, and innovative thinking in the context of the development or implementation of science and technology that pays attention to and applies humanities values ​​in accordance with their field of expertise;
  2. able to demonstrate independent, quality, and measurable performance;
  3. able to examine the implications of the development or implementation of science and technology that pays attention to and applies humanities values ​​according to their expertise based on scientific principles, procedures and ethics in order to produce solutions, ideas, designs or art criticisms;
  4. able to compile a scientific description of the results of the studies mentioned above in the form of a thesis or final project report, and upload it on the university’s website;
  5. able to make appropriate decisions in the context of solving problems in their area of ​​expertise, based on the results of analysis of information and data;
  6. able to maintain and develop a network with supervisors, colleagues, peers both inside and outside the institution;
  7. able to be responsible for the achievement of group work results and to supervise and evaluate the completion of work assigned to workers under their responsibility;
  8. able to carry out the process of self-evaluation of the work group under their responsibility, and able to manage learning independently; and
  9. able to document, store, secure, and retrieve data to ensure validity and prevent plagiarism.