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Introduction

Introduction

Industrial Engineering is a branch of engineering that engages in the study of how to describe, evaluate, design, modify, control, and improve the performance of integrated systems of people, materials, and technology, viewed over time and within their relevant context. Industrial engineering is unique in its blend of fundamental topics in mathematics, physical and engineering sciences knowledge with the principles and methods of engineering analysis and design. This field identifies human being as central contributors to the inherent complexity of such systems. Globalization has opened up more doors for service industries worldwide, which leads to an increase demand for industrial engineers. The Industrial Engineering curriculum at BINUS UNIVERSITY is structured to adapt the movement of globalization and tailored to the needs of the globalized world. The study program emphasizes on the application of engineering fundamentals with a balanced treatment of theory, design, and experience. Computer applications are integrated throughout the curriculum. Industrial Engineering department allows flexibility to its students to study certain topics in breadth and depth by offering three tracks:  Supply Chain Engineering, Service Systems Engineering, and Manufacturing Systems. Some of the core courses require the students to not only having a full grasp of the theoretical aspects, but also on how to implement them in a time study analysis. The Industrial Engineering facilities are well-equipped in the areas of engineering graphics, industrial engineering systems design, and human performance. The laboratories are available for students to use during their study are but not limited to: Physics Lab, Manufacturing Process Lab, Technical Drawing Lab, Simulation Lab, Work Design and Ergonomics Lab. Catalog 2013 (PDF), Catalog 2014 (PDF), Catalog 2015 (PDF), Catalog 2016 (PDF)

Vision

The most prestigious and dynamic Industrial Engineering school in Indonesia by producing globally accepted graduates.

Mission

The  mission of Industrial Engineering Department is to contribute to the global community through the provision of world-class education by :
  1. Providing a solid educational experience through the diffusion and integration of knowledge of Industrial Engineering, and services to industries.
  2. Educating students from a diverse background in the fundamental skills, knowledge and practice of Industrial Engineering in order to prepare them for a position in global industries and continue for advanced degrees in Industrial Engineering or related disciplines
  3. Providing research and professional services to streamline and optimize operations which contribute to the enhancement of the quality of life
  4. Acknowledging all talents that positively contribute to the quality of life of Indonesians and the international community
 

Program Objective

The objectives of the program are:
  1. Utilize appropriate engineering design methods and tools that are principal to work beneficially within their professions & communities
  2. Possess effective teamwork and leadership skills and commit to the standard of profession and ethical practice
  3. Continuously develop oneself to meet the evolving demands and increasing responsibilities of a successful career, to benefit the organization and society
   

Student Outcomes

After completing the study, graduates are:
  1. Able to apply mathematics, science, and engineering principles to solve engineering problems in integrated systems (including human, material, tool, energy, and information).
  2. Able to find source of engineering problems in integrated systems through the process of investigation, analysis, data & information interpretation based on analytical, computational, and experimental approach.
  3. Able to conduct research that includes identification, formulation and analysis of engineering problems in integrated systems.
  4. Able to develop solutions for complex integrated systems that consider economical, public health & safety, cultural, social, and environmental factors.
  5. Able to design and control integrated systems in accordance to the technical standards, environment health and safety and considering performance and reliability, ease of implementation and sustainability, economy, social, and culture.
  6. Able to choose resources and utilize engineering design and analysis tools that are based on information technology, communication, and computation to conduct engineering activities.
  7. Able to design integrated systems, especially in the area of service and supply chain, based on systems design principles and methods.
 

Prospective Career of the Graduates

Industrial engineers are employed in manufacturing and service industries. The type of works industrial engineers are doing are but not limited to:
  1. Manufacturing Industry: Inventory Management, Logistics, Operation Management, Production Management, and Warehousing.
  2. Research and Development: Data Analysis, Environmental Protection and Preservation, and Human Factors Engineering.
  3. Service Industry: Client Management, Commercial Banking and Real Estate, Financial Consulting, Health Systems, and Human Resource Consulting.
  4. Business and Management: Business Strategy, Investment Banking, Management Analysis, Project Management, and Business Development.
  5. Education: Teaching and Research, consulting.
  6. Information Technology: Computer Integration, Database Design, Telecommunication, and Web Development.
 

 Course Structure for Binusian 2020

Sem Code Course Name SCU Total
1 CHAR6013 Character Building: Pancasila 2 20
SCIE6004 Physics I 4
SCIE6025 Chemistry 4
MATH6014 Calculus I 4
ENGR6004 Technical Drawing 2/2
English University Courses I
ENGL6128 English in Focus 2
ENGL6130 English for Business Presentation 2
2 CHAR6014 Character Building: Kewarganegaraan 2 21
SCIE6017 Biology 2
SCIE6005 Physics II 4/2
MATH6016 Calculus II 4
LANG6061 Indonesian 1
Economic Electives**
ECON6039 Managerial Economics 2
ACCT6125 Managerial Accounting 2
ECON6017 Economic Theory 2
ACCT6139 Financial Accounting 2
English University Courses II
ENGL6129 English Savvy 2
ENGL6131 English for Written Business Communication 2
3 CHAR6015 Character Building: Agama 2 20
MATH6004 Linear and Discrete Mathematics 4
MATH6019 Calculus III 4
ENTR6003 Entrepreneurship I 2
STAT6003 Probability Theory 2
Computer Science Electives**
COMP6178 Introduction to Programming 2/2
ISYS6123 Introduction to Database Systems 2/2
COMP6175 Object Oriented Programming 2/2
Engineering Electives**
CIVL6030 Environmental Engineering 2
CPEN6080 Electronic Devices 4/1
CPEN6079 Electric Circuit Theory 2/1
CPEN6099 Signal and System 4
CPEN6028 Actuators and Sensors 2
COMP6014 Introduction to Data Structure 2
CIVL6023 Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulics 4/1
CIVL6021 Statics 4/1
CIVL6022 Soil Mechanics 4/1
CIVL6025 Hydrology 2
4 ENTR6014 Entrepreneurship Business Project I 1 18
ISYE6041 Engineering Economy 2
ISYE6059 Human-Integrated Systems 2/2
ISYE6123 Deterministic Optimization* 3
STAT6084 Applied Statistics 3
ISYE6113 Leadership & Organizational Behavior* 2
ISYE6124 System Engineering & Analysis 3
5 STAT6096 Stochastic Processes 4 21
ISYE6125 Quality Engineering 3
ENTR6004 Entrepreneurship II 2
Supply Chain Engineering
Required Track Courses
ISYE6048 Supply Chain : Logistics 4
ISYE6114 Warehousing Management Systems 4
Elective Track Courses***
ISYE6055 E-Supply Chain Management* 2/2
ISYE6067 Global Supply Chain* 2
ISYE6056 Supply Chain Risk & Negotiation 4
ISYE6115 Transportation Modeling 2
Service Systems Engineering
Required Track Courses
ISYE6066 Human Interaction in Service Systems 2
ISYE6047 Decision Support System 4
MKTG6128 Market Research 2
Elective Track Courses***
ISYE6130 Project Management 2
ISYE6065 Dynamic Service Facility Design 2/2
ISYE6062 Financial Engineering* 4
Manufacturing Systems
Required Track Courses
ENGR6005 Mechanics of Materials 2
ISYE6061 Manufacturing Processes 4/2
Elective Track Courses***
ISYE6130 Project Management 2
ISYE6070 Facility Planning 2
ISYE6064 Sustainable Engineering Systems* 4
ISYE6116 Health and Safety Engineering 2
6 ENTR6015 Entrepreneurship Business Project II 1 15
ISYE6101 Production & Operation Analysis 4/2
ISYE6075 Systems Simulation 4
STAT6002 Research Methodology 2
Supply Chain Engineering
Elective Track Courses***
ISYE6055 E-Supply Chain Management* 2/2
ISYE6067 Global Supply Chain* 2
ISYE6056 Supply Chain Risk & Negotiation 4
ISYE6115 Transportation Modeling 2
Service Systems Engineering
Elective Track Courses***
ISYE6130 Project Management 2
ISYE6065 Dynamic Service Facility Design 2/2
ISYE6062 Financial Engineering* 4
Manufacturing Systems
Elective Track Courses***
ISYE6130 Project Management 2
ISYE6070 Facility Planning 2
ISYE6064 Sustainable Engineering Systems* 4
ISYE6116 Health and Safety Engineering 2
7 Enrichment Program I 15 15
8 Enrichment Program II 8 16
ISYE6120 Final Project 8
TOTAL CREDITS 146 SCU
*) This course is delivered in English **) Elective Courses
  • For 2nd Semester: Students choose 4 credits from Economic Elective course list
  • For 3rd Semester: Students choose 4 credits from Computer Science Elective course list
  • For 3rd Semester: Students choose 2 credits from Engineering Elective courses list
***) Elective Track Courses
  • For 5th Semester: Students choose 4 credits of elective track course based on preferred track
  • For 6h Semester: Students choose 2 credits of elective track course same with selected elective track courses on 5th semester
English University Courses: -) For 1st Semester : English University Courses I, student with score Binus University English Proficiency Test less than 500 will take English in Focus, and student with score test greater than or equal to 500 will take English for Business Presentation -) For 2nd Semester: English University Courses II, student with score Binus University English Proficiency Test less than 500 will take English Savvy, and student with score test greater than or equal to 500 will take English for Written Business Communication     Enrichment Program I (7th Semester) & Enrichment Program II (8th Semester): -) Student will take one of enrichment program tracks (off campus).   Enrichment Track Scheme
Track Semester 7 Semester 8
I RS ENTR CD SA *etc I RS ENTR CD SA *etc
1 v v
2 v v
3 v v
Notes: I               : Internship RS**       : Research ENTR     : Entrepreneurship CD**       : Community Development SA           : Study Abroad *etc         : Department specific needs   Notes:
  • Student can choose one of the available tracks
  • For Communication Development and Research Tracks must be approved by departement
   

Prerequisite for Binusian 2020

The Table of Prerequisite for Industrial Engineering (S1)
Subject Credits Sem Prerequisites Credits Sem
MATH6019 Calculus III 4 3 MATH6014 Calculus I 4 1
STAT6096 Stochastic Processes 4 5 STAT6003 Probability Theory 2 3
ISYE6101 Production & Operation Analysis 4/2 6 ISYE6123 Deterministic Optimization 3 4
ISYE6125 Quality Engineering 3 5 STAT6084 Applied Statistics* 3 4
Stream : Supply Chain Engineering
ISYE6048 Supply Chain : Logistics 4 5 ISYE6123 Deterministic Optimization* 3 4
Stream : Service System Engineering
ISYE6062 Financial Engineering 4 5 ISYE6123 Deterministic Optimization* 3 4
*) Industrial Engineering department and related lecturer will monitor the exam and grading collection to be first priority  

Quality Controlled Examination for Binusian 2020

Student should pass all of these quality controlled examination as listed below:
No. Code Course Name Minimum Grade
1 CHAR6013 Character Building: Pancasila B
2 ENTR6004 Entrepreneurship II C
3 ISYE6123 Deterministic Optimization* C
4 ISYE6059 Human-Integrated Systems C
5 ISYE6125 Quality Engineering* C
6 ISYE6101 Production & Operation Analysis C
Stream: Supply Chain Engineering
7 ISYE6048 Supply Chain : Logistics* C
8 ISYE6114 Warehousing Management Systems C
Stream: Service System Engineering
7 ISYE6066 Human Interaction in Service Systems* C
8 ISYE6047 Decision Support System C
Stream: Manufacturing System
7 ENGR6005 Mechanics of Materials C
8 ISYE6061 Manufacturing Process C
*) Tutorial & Multipaper  

Source : BINUS UNIVERSITY OFFICIAL CURRICULUM SITE


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