The Undergraduate Curriculum

Undergraduate Program Curriculum Structure

The implementation of the academic program in Department of Metallurgical Engineering follows the curriculum structure of the 2013. The curriculum structure of undergraduate program described per semester as shown in the following table. Basically the field of study given in the curriculum after going through the Joint Preparatory Stage (year I) covers the areas of expertise of Minerals Processing, Process metallurgy, and Physical Metallurgy. The course is in accordance with the laboratory supportability available in the department.

NOCOURSE CODECOURSE NAMECREDITNOCOURSE CODECOURSE NAMECREDIT

1st SEMESTER

2nd SEMESTER

1

MA1101

Mathematics IA

4

1

MA1201

Mathematics IIA

4

2

FI1101

Elementary Physics IA

4

2

FI1201

Elementary Physics IIA

4

3

KI1101

Basic Chemistry IA

3

3

KI1201

Basic Chemistry IIA

3

4

KU1101

Introduction to Engineering Design I

2

4

KU1201

Introduction to Engineering Design II

2

5

KU1011

Introduction to Language: Scientific Writing

2

5

KU1072

Introduction to Information Technology B

2

6

KU1164

Introduction to Mineral Resources and Energy

2

6

KU102X
(KU1021/1022/1023)

English

2

77

KU1001

Sports

2

TOTAL

17 CREDITS

TOTAL

19 CREDITS

TOTAL CREDIT YEAR 136 CREDITS

3rd SEMESTER

4th SEMESTER

1

MG2111

Unit Operation in Metallurgy

3

1

MG2211

Numerical Method

2

2

MG2112

Metallurgical Thermodynamics

3

2

MG2212

Metallurgical Transport Phenomena

3

3

MG2113

Applied Mathematics

3

3

MG2213

Mineral Processing

4

4

MG2114

Strength of Materials

3

4

MG2214

Metallurgical Kinetics

3

5

TA2101

Crystallography and Mineralogy

3

5

MG2215

Calculation in Metallurgical Process

4

6

EP2274

Electrical Power Engineering

2

6

MG2216

Physical Metallurgy

4

7

KI2142

Physical Chemistry

3

7
TOTAL

20 CREDITS

TOTAL

20 CREDITS

TOTAL CREDIT YEAR 240 CREDITS

5th SEMESTER

6th SEMESTER

1

MG3111

Pyrometallurgy

3

1

MG3211

Materials Characterization

3

2

MG3112

Fuel and Furnaces

2

2

MG3212

Flotation

3

3

MG3113

Phase Tranformation and Heat Treatment

4

3

MG3213

Metallurgy of Iron and Steel

3

4

MG3114

Beneficiation of Industrial Minerals

2

4

MG3214

Hydro-electrometallurgy

3

5

TI3004

Engineering Economics

2

5

MG3215

Metal Casting

3

6

MR4004

Industrial Engineering Management

2

6

MG3216

Metal and Corrosion Prevention

3

7

KU2071

Pancasila and Civic Education

2

7

MG3090

Industrial Training

1

TOTAL

17 CREDITS

TOTAL

19 CREDITS

TOTAL CREDITS YEAR 336 CREDITS

7th SEMESTER

8th SEMESTER

1

MG4111

Metallurgy of Metal Forming

3

1

MG4090

Final Project

6

2

MG4112

SHE in Metallurgical Industry

3

2

MG4211

Coal Preparation and Utilization

3

33

KU206X

Religion and Ethics

2

TOTAL

6 CREDITS

TOTAL

11 CREDITS

TOTAL CREDIT YEAR 417 CREDITS
Elective Courses

CREDITS

1Elective Courses

8

2External Elective Courses

7

TOTAL CREDIT144 CREDITS

Elective Courses

NOCOURSE CODECOURSE NAMECREDIT

1

MG3011

General Metallurgy*

2

2

MG3017

Mineral Processing*

3

3

MG4012

Biohydrometallurgy & Bioremedition

2

4

MG4013

Biocorrosion & Biodeterioration

2

5

MG4014

Fracture Mechanics

2

6

MG4015

Powder Metallurgy

2

7

MG4016

Failure Analysis

2

8

MG4017

Design and Experimental Analysis

3

9

MG4018

Metallurgical Process Control

2

10

MG4019

Metallurgy of Rare Metals

3

11

MG4020

Welding Metallurgy

2

12

MG4021

Ceramic Engineering

2

13

MG4114

Mineral Processing Plant Design

3

14

MG4115

Extractive Plant Design

3

15

MG4116

Alloy Design

3

*) For non-metallurgical students

Note: For undergraduate programs, the minimum credits is 144 with the conditions set by the department.