Materials/fields of study The curriculum for the Bachelor of Electronics and Instrumentation Study Program refers toon the legal bases mentioned in the previous chapter. In addition to referring to government and university regulations, the Study Program specifically bases curriculum design on the specifications of the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society, IEEE Instrumentation and Measurement Society, and the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) which have been used internationally. In detail, the study material includes various things as follows:
- Study material related to attitudes, values, and language
- Study materials related to basic knowledge: Science, Mathematics
- Study material related to the knowledge needed to conduct research, apply electronics and instrumentation
- Main study material (core) Electronics and Instrumentation consist of:
- Basic sciences.
- Electronics and Embedded Systems.
- Signal and Control
- Computer Systems and Networks
- Smart System
- Algorithms, Programming and Software
Roadmaps shown in the Figure is a flow map for the Electronics and Instrumentation sector for the Bachelor level, equivalent to IQF level 6, which is made based on:
- Domain Topic (Topic Area),
- Scientific Domain,
- Field of Study/Area of Knowledge/Body of Knowledge.
Figure Roadmaps based on the scientific domain of Electronics and Instrumentation
Each study material is mapped into the distribution of courses arranged in this curriculum. An example of applying study materials is by displaying the mapping of courses based on study materials to learning outcomes.