Higher education in Electrical Engineering in Indonesia began with the ElectricalLaboratory at the Technische Hoogeschool te Bandoeng in 1942 and then continued in1944 with education Kikaika Denki (Electric & Machinery section) as part of theKogyo Daigaku. The Electrical Engineering education program began in 1947 asElectrical Engineering department.

The Electrical Engineering Program aims to produce graduates who have successful careers in their engineering professions or are capable of being admitted to and completing their graduate studies. Furthermore, our graduates are expected to be able to show pioneering and leadership in their respective communities. 

Career Prospects
Our program acknowledges that there are many professions to choose from. In general, we categorized them as system engineer, design engineer, production engineer, operation and maintenance, and management.Although the research profession has yet to develop in our society fully, we pay close attention to its developments. From these categories, we can derive a set of specific skills necessary to be acquired by our graduates. The skills required to develop these professions are analysis, synthesis, integration, implementation, and operation.

The Electrical Engineering Program obtained accreditation from the Accreditation Board for Engineering Technology (ABET) on October 1, 2009, and then received reaccreditation by ABET in 2015. The Electrical Engineering Program was officially announced as accredited by EAC ABET in 2016 without weaknesses, with an exemplary implementation of the capstone design. Finally, the Indonesian Accreditation Board for Engineering Education (IABEE) certified the Electrical Engineering Program in 2023. The Electrical Engineering Program received acknowledgment accreditation with “Unggul” honor from Lembaga Akreditasi Mandiri Program Studi Keteknikan (LAM Teknik) according to SK No. 0038/SK/LAM Teknik/PYT/IV/2023 signed on March 31, 2023, valid until March 31, 2028.

Research Topics
The Electrical Engineering Program’s curriculum emphasizes three aspects. First, it is built on fundamental solid basic science and math courses. These courses ensure our students are well-equipped with strong theoretical understanding and expected to have strong analytical skills. Students will be taught the core electrical engineering competencies and are introduced to the main topics in the scientific field of electrical engineering, which include electronics, control systems, computer engineering, basic power systems, and telecommunications. Students will have great chances to get familiar with the state-of-the-art topics in the electrical engineering field through depth elective courses, such as embedded systems and IoT, IC design, IC technology, intelligent control systems, and many more. Second, the Electrical Engineering Program provides the students with laboratory activities through the second and third years to strengthen the theoretical knowledge learned in the class. The laboratory activities follow IEEE standards that include modern tools and facilities, high-quality content, and proper organization. Third, the Electrical Engineering Program provides the students with engineering design experience to solve complex engineering problems through a capstone design course as the final project.

The capstone design course has been and will continually be optimized through continuous improvement over years of experience. As the name suggests, the capstone design course acts as the culmination of knowledge and engineering competencies to provide solutions to real complex engineering problems. Our industrial partners are significantly involved in organizing the capstone design course by providing real engineering problems and topics, co-supervising, and even providing chances for the students to work on their issues on-site. Our recent partners include Paragon, Qimtronics, Tritronics, and many industrial collaborators. 

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