About D3 Electronic Engineering
Initially, the Bangka Blitung State Manufacturing Polytechnic was in the form of an academy, namely the “Polman Timah” Technical Academy which was established through a deed of establishment Number 17 dated January 31, 1994 and signed by a notary Drs Andy A. Agus, SH. This establishment was accompanied by the Decree of the Minister of Education and Culture 068/D/O/1994 dated July 16, 1994 for the Department of Mechanical Engineering and the Department of Design Drawing Engineering. It was only on February 12, 1998, that the Electronic Engineering Study Program was established based on the Decree of the Director General of Higher Education, Ministry of Education and Culture of the Republic of Indonesia Number 23/DIKTI/Kep/1998. Based on the Decree, on July 13, 1999, the Technical Academy "Polman Timah" was changed to the Tin Manufacturing Polytechnic based on the Decree of the Minister of Education and Culture Number 112/D/O/1999.
The Tin Manufacturing Polytechnic was changed to the Bangka Belitung State Manufacturing Polytechnic through the Minister of National Education Regulation number 25 of 2010 dated 18 October 2010 concerning the Establishment, Organization and Work Procedure of the Bangka Belitung State Manufacturing Polytechnic.
Based on the Ministerial Regulation, the operational permit for the Electronic Engineering Study Program (20-401), Mechanical Design Engineering (21-409) and Mechanical Maintenance and Repair Engineering (22-304) is valid until 18 October 2012. The Electronic Engineering Study Program has accreditation status with the title “B” in accordance with the Decree of BAN PT Number 086/SK/BAN-PT/Ak-XII/Dpl-III/II/2013 and will expire on February 21, 2018. In 2015, the Electronics Engineering Study Program evaluated and revision of the curriculum that has been used since 2011. This evaluation and revision process follows the regulations and guidelines from DIKTI and SISDIKNAS. The series of processes for making this curriculum document include, among others, the Vision and Mission of the Study Program, Graduate Profiles, Learning Outcomes, Study Materials, Course Networks, to Semester Teaching Plans (RPS) and Lecture Program Units (SAP).
Becoming a superior Electronics Engineering Study Program in the field of industrial automation and instrumentation that is able to compete, at the national and international levels.
- Organizing education effectively and efficiently to produce intermediate experts in the field of industrial automation and instrumentation who are able to work well and can be accepted by the labor market in the manufacturing industry, both nationally and internationally.
- Organizing research activities in the field of electronic technology and industrial automation systems in accordance with the needs of industry and society.
- Carry out community service activities by developing appropriate technology through the development and utilization of science and technology.
OBJECTIVES AND OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY PROGRAM
|No||Study Program Objectives||Study Program Target|
|1||Produce graduates with level 5 qualifications who are competent in the field of industrial automation and instrumentation with an attitude of piety to God Almighty and virtuous||Involving practitioner lecturers in the teaching and learning process|
|Improving the quality of graduates by providing competency certificates from related institutions|
|2||Produce works or innovative products in the field of electrical/electronic technology||Increase the number of joint scientific works between students and lecturers|
|Increase collaboration between students and lecturers in conducting research|
|3||Contribute to the application of science and technology in the field of electronics, the results of which can be utilized by industry and society||Increase collaboration between students and lecturers in the implementation of service|
|Increasing the number of joint products between students and lecturers that can be adopted by industry and society|
|Code||Graduate Profile||Description of Graduate Profile|
|PL-1||Industrial automation and control systems technician||As a skilled worker who is able to complete work in the field of electronics/electronics, especially those related to the analysis and design of automatic control systems|
|PL-2||Industrial control and automation system operator||As a skilled worker capable of supervising and repairing electrical/electronic systems in the IDUKA world|
|PL-3||Design of control systems and mechatronics||As a skilled person capable of designing and implementing control systems in mechatronics and robotics|
|PL-4||Technology entrepreneur||As a business actor who can develop technology-based businesses in the electrical/electronics sector|