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Short Syllabus of Industrial Engineering (134) Curriculum

TI10T1 Concept of Technology (Compulsory, 2 SCU) Short Syllabus This course studies the development of technology and its impact to society. The study covers the definition and evolution of technology, technology and society, innovation, system and model, technology selection decision and social consideration, engineering, engineering design, engineering problem solving, human and social consideration in engineering design, and social problems. The course provides a concept on the exploitation of technology for the advancement of human kind and an introduction to the engineering discipline. Relation to Other Courses --References 1. Billington, D. P., 1996, The Innovators: the Engineering Pioneers Who Made America Modern, John Wiley & Sons. 2. Horeinstein, M.N., 2002, Design Concepts for Engineers, 2nd edition, Prentice Hall. TI1101 Introduction to Industrial Engineering (Compulsory, 3 SCU) Short Syllabus This course studies the definition of industrial engineering and the evolution of its approach in solving problem as well as discussing the manufacturing system which use as an object of the study. The study covers engineering, definition of industrial engineering, concept and scope of industrial engineering, evolution of industrial engineering approach, concept of manufacturing system, design of manufacturing system, operation and management of manufacturing system, industrial engineering education, profession and ethics. The course objective is to introduce the discipline and profession of industrial engineering. Relation to Other Courses --References 1. Turner, W.C., et. Al, 1993, Introduction to Industrial and System Engineering, Prentice Hall. 2. Hicks, P.E., 1994, Industrial Engineering and Management: a New Perspective, McGraw-Hill, Inc. 3. Eide, et. Al., 2002, Engineering Fundamental and Problem Solving, John Wiley & Sons.

TI1221 Basic Industrial Engineering Design (Compulsory, 3 SCU) Short Syllabus This course studies the method of documenting engineering product including all supporting information which can be used for industrial engineering design such as process planning, production planning, etc. The study covers introduction to design, design using CAD, geometric construction, sketching, lettering, lines, 3D drawing, orthographic projection, auxiliary views, dimensioning & tolerancing, tolerance and fit, assembly and exploded assembly model, thread, fastener, springs, Bill of Material, documentation and working drawing, parametric modelling. The course provides knowledge and basic skills for engineering drawing reading and production of Bill of Material of a product. This course involves CAD laboratory practices. Relation to Other Courses 1. TI1101 Introduction to Industrial Engineering, Prerequisited References 1. Planchard, D.C., & M.P. Planchard, 2001, Drawing and Detailing with Solidworks, SDC Publications 2. Bertoline, G.R., & E.N. Weibe, 2002, Technical Graphics Communication, McGraw-Hill Publishers. 3. Planchard, M.P., & D.C. Planchard, 2001, Solidworks 2001 Tutorial, SDC Publications. TI2111 Work System Design & Ergonomics (Compulsory, 4 SCU) Short Syllabus This course studies concept and method of designing a work system and ergonomic aspects of work system design. The study covers area of work system design, definition of ergonomics, work system analysis, work movement study, economic movement principles, work measurement using direct measurement and indirect measurement MTM I, II, II and MOST, work measurement using physiology, psychology, and biomechanics criteria, work measurement for indirect worker, influence of technology/automation on work system design. The course provides knowledge and skills for designing work system as a form of integrated system. This course involves project class in laboratory. Relation to Other Courses 1. TI1101 Introduction to Industrial Engineering, Prerequisited 2. TI2131 Probabilistic Theory, Co-requisited References 1. Barnes, 1998, Motion and Time Study, John Wiley & Sons. 2. Sutalaksana, I.Z., et. al, 1979, Teknik Tata Kerja, ITB.

3. Hamill, B.J., & P.M. Steele, 1973,Work Measurement in the Office, A Gower Press Work Book. TI2121 Manufacturing Process (Compulsory, 3 SCU) Short Syllabus This course studies the manufacturing technology and its basic working principles. The study covers basic modern manufacturing process, casting process, plastic forming process, metal forming process, metal plate forming process, machining process theory, tools technology, machining machine and operation, grinding process, welding process. The course provides comprehensive knowledge on manufacturing process, meteorological aspects and product quality and provides ability to produce a production process routing. Relation to Other Courses 1. MT204A Engineering Material, Prerequisited References 1. Kalpakjian, S., 1989, Manufacturing Engineering and Technology, Addison Wesley. 2. Groover, M.P., 1996, Fundamentals of Modern Manufacturing, Prentice Hall International. 3. DeGarmo, E.P., J.Black, &A. Kohser, 1998, Material and Process in Manufacturing, MacMillan. TI2131 Probabilistic Theory (Compulsory, 3 SCU) Short Syllabus This course studies the concept and theory of probabilistic and probabilistic distribution forms as a basic analysis of problem related to industrial engineering disicpline. The study covers introduction to statistics and probabilistic theory, definition of events and sample space, objective, empirical and subjective probability, random variable, probability density and mass function, joint probabilistic distribution for multiple random variable, marginal probability, conditional probability, Bayes and Chebysev Theorem, expectation and variance, theoretical discrete single variable probability distribution: binomial, hypergeometri, uniform, Poisson, theoretical continue single variable probability distribution: normal, exponential, gamma, lognormal, Weibull, moment generating function and random variable function transformation, sampling distribution, t distribution, chi-square distribution and F distribution as an introduction to inference statistics. The course provides analytical ability for solving integrated system problem and provides knowledge on probabilistic theory. Relation to Other Courses 1. MA1122 Calculus I, Prerequisited

2. MA1222 Calculus II, Prerequisited References 1. Evan, D.H., 1992, Probability and Its Applications for Engineers, ASQC Press & Marcel Dekker, Inc. 2. Feller, W., 1968, An Introduction to Probability Theory and Its Applications, John Wiley & Sons. 3. Ross, S.M, 1998, A First Course in Probability, Prentice-Hall International. TI2231 Operational Research I (Compulsory, 3 SCU) Short Syllabus This course studies the basic concept of model and modelling process as an approach for solving problem in a system and deterministic analytical problem solving method using linier programming method and its derivates. The study covers concept of model and modelling process, introduction to operational research, principle of optimization and the role of analytic solution for problem solving, linear programming: introduction, solution of linear programming using graphic method, tabular simplex method, determination of basic feasible solution and utilization of artificial variable for formulation of linear programming problem (including Big-M method and two-phases method), duality theory, dual simplex method, sensitivity analysis and parametric programming, matrix form simplex method, improved simplex method, algorithm for problem with restricted variable, decomposition algorithm, transportation problem, transhipment problem, and assignment problem: problem formulation and solution algorithm, goal programming and integer programming: formulation and its solution algorithms. The course provides ability in formulating problem in a mathematical model and ability in solving the model using deterministic analytical methods such as linear programming, transportation method, integer programming and goal programming. Relation to Other Courses 1. MA2132 Matrix and Vector Space, Prerequisited References 1. Bazara, M.S., & J.J. Jarvis, 1990, Linear Programming and Network Flows, John Wiley & Sons. 2. Hillier, F.S., & G.J. Lieberman, 1991, Introduction to Mathematical Programming, McGraw-Hill Publishing Co., Singapore. 3. Ravindran, A., D.T. Philip, & J.J. Solberg, 1987,Operations Research, John Wiley & Sons.

TI2232 Industrial Statistics (Compulsory, 3 SCU) Short Syllabus This course studies the theory of statistics and its application to solve problem in design, improvement and installation of integrated system. The study covers the role of inferential and descriptive statistics, introduction to inferential statistics, sampling theory, central limit theorem, sampling distribution, estimation process, point and interval estimation, basic of hypothesis test, process of hypothesis test including estimation of mean, variance, proportion, and goodness of fit test, regression analysis and correlation, variance analysis including block and observation analysis, one way classification, fixed/random effects models, two ways classification and introduction of experimental design, non-parametric statistics. The course provides ability in conducting hypothesis test, estimation process and provides basics knowledge in experimental design for solving problems in integrated system. Relation to Other Courses 1. MA2132 Matrix and Vector Space, Prerequisited 2. TI2131 Probabilistic Theory, Prerequisited References 1. Walpole, R.E., R.H. Myers, S.L. Myers, & K. Ye, 2002, Probability and Statistics for Engineers & Scientists, Prentice-Hall. 2. Bowker, A.H., & G.J. Lieberman, 1972, Engineering Statistics, Prentice Hall. 3. Box, G.E.P., G.W. Hunter, & J.S. Hunter, 1978, Statistics for Experimenters, John Wiley & Sons. TI2241 Computer and Programming Logic (Compulsory, 3 SCU) Short Syllabus This course studies the basic concept of computer organization and methods for computer programming. The study covers computer functional components, computer architecture, computer network: topology and types of computer network, the use of computer and network for supporting business: intra-organizational systems and inter-organizational systems, the use of procedural programming logic. The course provides knowledge on computer organization and skills on designing computer algorithm and computer program. A computer laboratory practice is required for this course. Relation to Other Courses 1. MA1122 Calculus I, Prerequisited 2. MA2131 Matrix and Vector Space, Prerequisited References 1. Kruse, R.L., 1994, Data Structures and Program Design, Prentice Hall. 2. Starkey, J.D., 1984, Fundamental Programming, West Publishing Company.

3. Heuring, V.P., & Harry F. Jordan, 1997, Computer Systems Design and Architecture, Prentice Hall International. TI2251 Industrial Psychology (Compulsory, 2 SCU) Short Syllabus This course studies the basic concept of psychology and human behaviour in an organization. The study covers definition of psychology, school of thought in psychology, research method and measurement in psychology, work meaning for a human and evolution of working in an industrial organization, individual differences. This course provides understanding of human behaviour in an industrial organization and its utilization for design, improvement, and installation of an integrated system. Relation to Other Courses 1. TI2111 Work System Design & Ergonomy, Prerequisited References 1. McCormick, E.J. & J. Tiffin, 1974, Industrial Psychology, Prentice Hall International. 2. Atkinson, R.L., et. al., 1983, Introduction to Psychology, Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Inc. 3. Best, J.B., 1989.Cognitive Psychology, West Publishing Company. TI3051 Engineering Economics (Compulsory, 2 SCU) Short Syllabus This course studies the basic concept of time value of money and methods for alternative and investment evaluation. The study covers definition and scope of engineering economics, cash flow, concept of time value of money, present equivalent value, annual value, internal rate of return, payback method, profitability index method, sensitivity analysis, depreciation, inflation and deflation, replacement analysis, tax analysis, public investment cost-benefit analysis. The course provides ability in conducting analysis and decision making for alternative selection or investment evaluation using economic criteria. Relation to Other Courses -References 1. Thuessen, G.J. & W.J. Fabricky, 2001, Engineering Economy, Prentice Hall, Inc. 2. Grant, E.L., W.G. Ireson & R.S. Leavenworth, 2000, Principles of Engineering Economy, John Wiley & Sons. 3. Newnan, D.G., 1998, Engineering Economy Analysis, Engineering Press, Inc.

TI3101 Industrial Engineering Design I (Compulsory, 2 SCU) Short Syllabus This is a laboratory practice course conducting in one semester and practicing the design of integrated system especially in product and process development system, and design of work system and production system. The practice covers market survey and product development, process planning, anthropometric and biomechanics measurement, works station design, work measurement, market forecasting, assembly line design, production planning and control. The course enhances the skills to design an integrated system. Relation to Other Courses 1. TI1221 Basic Industrial Engineering Design, Prerequisited 2. TI2111 Work System Design & Ergonomy, Prerequisited 3. TI2131 Probabilistic Theory, Prerequisited References: ---TI3121 Jig & Fixture Design (Compulsory, 2 SCU) Short Syllabus This course studies the basic concept of jig and fixture and the design process of jig and fixture in a manufacturing system. The study covers jig and fixtures type and functions, supporting principles, basic of clampings, basic construction principles, fixture design analytic formulation, clamping position and type determination, jig and fixture economics consideration, modular fixture system, fixture design for group technology, fixture design for gauging and inspection, fixture planning for CAD/CAM integration. The course provides comprehensive knowledge and basic skills on jig and fixture and dies design for machining and assembly process. This course involves a jig and fixture design project conducted in laboratory. Relation to Other Courses 1. MS2161 Engineering Mechanic, Prerequisited 2. TI1221 Basic Industrial Engineering Design, Prerequisited 3. TI2121 Manufacturing Process, Prerequisited References 1. Reid, D.T., 1991, Fundamentals of Tool Design, 3rd edition, Society of Manufacturing Engineers. 2. Pollack, H.W., 1998, Tool Design, Prentice Hall. 3. Rong, Y., & Y. Zhu, 1999, Computer Aided Fixture Design, Marcel Dekker, Inc.

TI3122 Production Planning & Control (Compulsory, 4 SCU) Short Syllabus This course studies the basic concept of production and manufacturing system and methods for production planning and control. The study covers definition of production and manufacturing, manufacturing system, production planning and control cycles, forecasting method, aggregate production planning, master production schedule, inventory control, material requirement planning, capacity planning, shop floor control and scheduling, Just In Time based production planning and control, Theory of Constraint, load oriented manufacturing system, project based production planning and control, supply chain planning and control, Enterprise Resource Planning. The course provides knowledge and skills in planning and controlling of a production system. Relation to Other Courses 1. TI1221 Basic Industrial Engineering Design, Prerequisited 2. TI2121 Manufacturing Process, Prerequisited 3. TI2231 Operational Research I, Prerequisited 4. TI2232 Industrial Statistics, Prerequisited References 1. Fogarthy, D.W., J.H. Blackstone, & T.R. Hoffmann, 1991, Production and Inventory Management, South Western Pub, Co. 2. Sipper & Bulfin Jr, 1997, Production Planning, Control and Integration, McGraw Hill. 3. Bedworth, D.D., & J.E. Bailey, 1987, Integrated Production Control System, John Wiley & Sons. TI3131 Operational Research II (Compulsory, 3 SCU) Short Syllabus This course studies stochastic analytic methods and network analysis for solving problems in industrial engineering. The study covers network analysis: terminology, formulation and optimal solution method using network simplex (shortest path, minimum spanning tree, maximum flow and minimum cost flow), dynamic programming: basic concept and solution, examples of problem solved using dynamic programming, Markov chain: introduction to stochastic process, Chapman-Kolmogorov equation, states classification on Markov chain, first passage time, steady state condition on Markov chain, continuous Markov chain, queuing theory and its application, decision making based on queuing model, game theory: formulation of zero-sum game, solution for simple game, game with mixed strategy, graphical procedure solution, simplex method solution. The course provides ability to solve problems using stochastic and network analysis method. Relation to Other Courses 1. TI2131 Probabilistic Theory, Prerequisited

2. TI2231 Operational Research I, Prerequisited References 1. Taha, H.A, 1997, Operations Research: An Introduction, Prentice Hall International. 2. Ravindran, A., & D.T. Philip, 1987, Operations Research, John Wiley & Sons. 3. Bazara, M.S., & J.J Jarvis, 1990,Linear Programming and Network Flows, John Wiley & Sons. TI3141 Database System (Compulsory, 2 SCU) Short Syllabus This course studies the basic concept of database and methods for designing database. The study covers basic of database, data base management system (DBMS), modelling method and design process of database, data definition, data manipulation and implementation of database system using SQL, issues related to utilization of database for improving business performance. The course provides knowledge and skill for designing database system in integrated system design and improvement. This course involves a database design project in laboratory. Relation to Other Courses 1. TI2241 Computer and Programming Logic, Prerequisited References 1. Date, C.J., 2002, An Introduction to Database Systems, Addison Wesley. 2. Ramakrishnan., R., & J. Gehrke, 2003, Database Management Systems, 3rd edition, McGraw Hill. 3. Elmasrsi, R., Shamkant B. Navathe, & Sham, 1998, Fundamental of Database Systems, 3rd edition, Addison Wesley. TI3151 Introduction to Economics (Compulsory, 2 SCU) Short Syllabus This course studies the basic concept of economics and macro-economy. The study covers definition, terminology and the scope of science of economy, utility, supply and demand, elasticity, production theory, cost of production, market structure, national income and production, consumption, investment and saving, banking institution and money, fiscal policy, international trade. The course provides understanding on organization behaviour in production process, goods and service exchange and consumption and economics principles. Relation to Other Courses 1. MA1122 Calculus I, Prerequisited 2. MA1222 Calculus II, Prerequisited

References 1. Lipsey, S., & Purvis, 1994, Economics, Harper International Edition. 2. Sukirno, S., 2000, Pengantar Teori Mikroekonomi, PT. Raja Grafindo Persada. 3. Sukirno, S., 2000, Pengantar Teori Makroekonomi, PT. Raja Grafindo Persada. TI3201 Industrial Engineering Design II (Compulsory, 2 SCU) Short Syllabus This is a laboratory practice course conducting in one semester and practicing the design of integrated system especially design of management system. The practice covers quality control, business process mapping, database system design, organization design, cost estimation, cost accounting system, decision making system design. The course enhances the skills to design an integrated system. Relation to Other Courses 1. TI3101 Industrial Engineering Design I, Prerequisited 2. TI3122 Production Planning & Control, Prerequisited 3. TI3221 Quality Control, Co-requisited 4. TI3241 Information System Analysis and Design, Co-requisited References ---TI3221 Quality Control (Compulsory, 3 SCU) Short Syllabus This course studies the concept of quality and methods which are used in quality control. The study covers concept of quality, quality management and assurance, product quality dimension, quality control principle of process and design, statistical process control, design of quality control chart and quality improvement through design by considering the concept development and its implementation. The course provides understanding in the importance of quality as a performance measurement of integrated system and skill for applying quality control methods. Relation to Other Courses 1. TI2131 Probability Theory, Prerequisited 2. TI2232 Industrial Statistics, Prerequisited References 1. Montgomery, D.C., 2005, Introduction to Statistical Quality Control, 5th edition, John Wiley & Sons. 2. Garvin, D.A, 1989, Managing Quality: Strategic and Competitive Edge, The Free Press.

TI3222 Production System Automation (Compulsory, 2 SCU) Short Syllabus This course studies the basic concept of automation and technology for realizing the automation and automation design. The study covers concept and basic model of automation system, industrial electric diagram, logic gate and electronic circuit, industrial control equipment, theory and basic of control system, data communication and local area network in a manufacturing system, programmable logic controller, numerical programming and control, hard and soft automation. The course provides knowledge and skill for designing production system automation. This course involves an automation design project conducting in laboratory. Relation to Other Courses 1. EL2116 Electric & Electronic Circuit, Prerequisited 2. TI2121 Manufacturing Process, Prerequisited References 1. Boucher, T.O., 1996, Computer Automation in Manufacturing, Chapman & Hall. 2. Petruzella, F.D., 1996, Industrial Electronics, McGraw Hill, Inc. 3. Asfahl, C.R., 1995, Robots and Manufacturing Automation, John Wiley & Sons. TI3241 Information System Analysis & Design (Compulsory, 3 SCU) Short Syllabus This course studies the basic concept of information system and its requirement for the operating system of an integrated system as well as its design method. The study covers information and information system and its role in controlling process and decision making process, methodology for information system development, system analysis, system requirement analysis, system design, standard architecture and information system implementation process. The course provides knowledge and skill for designing information system which employed for the operation of an integrated system. This course involves an information system design project in laboratory. Relation to Other Courses 1. TI2241 Computer and Programming Logic, Prerequisited 2. TI3141 Database System, Prerequisited 3. TI3252 Organization Design, Co-requisited References 1. Davis, G.B., & H.O. Margarethe, 1994, Management Information System: Conceptual Foundation, Structure and Development, McGraw-Hill Book, Co.

2. Fitz, G.J., & F.G. Andra, Fundamental of System Analysis Using Structure Approach. TI3252 Organization Design (Compulsory, 3 SCU) Short Syllabus This course studies the basic theory of organization and the methodology to design an organization. The study covers organization concept, design of organization structure including organigram, main job and function of operation activity. The course provides knowledge and skill for designing organization as one way of system integration. Relation to Other Courses 1. TI2251 Industrial Psychology, Prerequisited References 1. Gordon, J.A., 1995, Diagnostic Approach to Organizational Behavior, Ally and Bacon. 2. Dessler, G., Organization Theory: Integrating, Structure and Behavior, Prentice-Hall International, Inc. 3. Luthans, F., 1992, Organizational Behavior, McGraw-Hill Book Company. TI4051 Industrial Management (Compulsory, 2 SCU) Short Syllabus This course studies the basic concept management and the management cycle in an organization. The study covers definition of management, basic cycle of management, planning, organizing, controlling, business organization, engineering economic concept and investment, product development and innovation, business investment. The course provides basic knowledge of management and its role in improving organization performance. Relation to Other Courses -References 1. Siregar, Ali. B. & T.M.A. Ari Samadhi (eds), 1998, Pengantar Manajemen, Penerbit ITB.

TI4031 Internship (Compulsory, 2 SCU) Short Syllabus This course is an internship program in industry for 2 (two) months, follows by report writing and presentation seminar. The course provides real world working environment perspective and real experience of working in industry for the student. Relation to Other Courses 1. TI4141 Professional Communication, Co-requisited References -TI40Z1 Final Project (Compulsory, 5 SCU) Short Syllabus This course is a means for the student to show his/her ability to integrate all knowledge and skills acquired by designing or improving integrated system. The course provides mastery of problem identification, formulation and problem solution by devising method of problem solving which integrate all knowledge and skill acquired during the program. Relation to Other Courses 1. TI4141 Professional Communication, Prerequisited 2. TI4031 Internship, Prerequisited References -TI4121 Facility Lay Out Design (Compulsory, 3 SCU) Short Syllabus This course studies the theory of facility design and facility lay out design. The study covers scope of facility planning, facility lay out planning procedure, calculation of facility requirement, systematic lay out planning, non-production activity, production activity, computer aided layout design, selection evaluation and implementation, quantitative approach, group technology lay out, heuristics algorithm. The course provides knowledge on facility lay out and ability to design a facility lay out. This course involves a facility lay out design project. Relation to Other Courses 1. TI2111 Work System Design & Ergonomy, Prerequisited 2. TI2121 Manufacturing Process, Prerequisited 3. TI2231 Operational Research I, Prerequisited 4. TI3122 Production Planning & Control, Prerequisited

References 1. Tompkins, J.A., Y.A. White, E.H. Bozer, & Fraze, 1996, Facilities Planning, Wiley. 2. Francis, R.L., Leon F. McGinnis, Jr., & Joh, 1992, Facility Layout and Location, An Analytical Approach, Prentice-Hall. 3. Heragu, S., 1997, Facilities Design, PWS Publishing Company. TI4122 Flexible Manufacturing System (Elective, 3 SCU) Short Syllabus This course studies the concept and method of flexible manufacturing system planning and control. The study covers flexible manufacturing system technology, flexible manufacturing system component, flexible manufacturing system performance evaluation: analytical model, simulation model, flexible manufacturing system configuration planning: routing optimization, capacity optimization, tools optimization, flexible manufacturing system production planning and control: batching, set-up planning. The course provides ability to plan and control flexible manufacturing system. Relation to Other Courses 1. TI3131 Operational Research II, Prerequisited 2. TI3122 Production Planning & Control, Prerequisited References 1. Tempelmeier, H. & H. Kuhn, 1993, Flexible Manufacturing Systems: Decision Support for Design and Operation, John Wiley & Sons. 2. Maleki, A., 1991, Flexible Manufacturing System: the Technology and Management, Prentice Hall International. TI4131 Product Development System (Compulsory, 3 SCU) Short Syllabus This course studies the product development system including customer requirements identification process through market research and transformation of demand parameter into product design concept. The study covers the role of product development for the business success and position of product development within corporate, product development strategy and key success factors of a new product, concept and method for product development: marketing concept, product and process life cycle, product portfolio, product positioning, market assessment, learning curve, new product development process: opportunity analysis, design, trial, launching, and evaluation, creative approach in product development: attribute analysis, multidimensional analysis, morphology analysis, customer measurement process: perception analysis, customer preference, market share forecasting for a new product, product management function: maintenance of existing product (product key success factors, modification, preposition and product abolition, implementation and organization aspects), new product

development based on product portfolio: platform concept and product architecture, product development organization and project management of product development, information system for development and management of product, economic analysis of product development. The course provides knowledge on product development and ability to manage the product development process. This course involves a product design project. Relation to Other Courses 1. TI2111 Work System Design & Ergonomy, Prerequisited 2. TI3122 Production Planning & Control, Prerequisited References 1. Crawford, G.M., 1987, New Product Management, R.D. Irwin. 2. Yoram, J.W., 1982, Product Policy: Concept, Methods and Strategy, AddisonWesley. 3. Robert, R.R., 1981, Corporate Strategy and Product Innovation, The Free Press. TI4132 Stochastic Modelling (Elective, 3 SCU) Short Syllabus This course studies the stochastic modelling relevant to problem solving in the area of industrial engineering. The study covers probabilistic theory, random variable and distribution, mathematical modelling and stochastic process, Poisson process, renewal process, discrete Markov chain, continuous Markov chain, Markov renewal process, semi-Markov process, reliability model, maintenance, inventory and supply-chain. The course provides ability to the students for solving problems which have stochastic characteristics related to industrial engineering area. Relation to Other Courses 1. TI2131 Probabilistic Theory, Prerequisited 2. TI2232 Industrial Statistics, Prerequisited 3. TI3131 Operational Research II, Prerequisited References 1. Osaki, S., 1992, Applied Stochastic System Modeling, Springer Verlag. 2. Kulkarni, V.G., 1999, Modeling, Analysis, Design and Control of Stochastic Systems, Springer Verlag. 3. Ross, S., 1996, Stochastic Processes, 2nd edition, John Wiley & Sons.

TI4133 Value Engineering (Elective, 3 SCU) Short Syllabus This course studies the process of product design through to the production of the best value design. The study covers introduction to product design, design process, design method, design considerations, cost evaluation, basic concept of value engineering, value engineering and quality, value engineering and productivity, value engineering phase, value engineering process, cost-value analysis. The course provides knowledge on problem and organization of design process and value engineering and skill to apply methods in value engineering to improve the competitiveness of product/service. Relation to Other Courses 1. TI1221 Basic Industrial Engineering Design, Prerequisited 2. TI2111 Work System Design & Ergonomy, Prerequisited 3. TI2121 Manufacturing Process, Prerequisited References 1. Lawrence, D.M., 1988, Techniques of Value Analysis and Engineering, McGraw Hill. 2. George, E.D., 1991, Engineering Design: a Material and Processing Approach, MacGraw Hill. 3. Heller, D.E., 1988, Value Management, Value Engineering and Cost Reduction, Addison Wesley. TI4134 Logistics System (Elective, 3 SCU) Short Syllabus This course studies design, planning and controlling of logistic system. The study covers concept and framework of logistic system, structural aspect system analysis, functional aspect system analysis, design of logistic system, planning and controlling of logistic system. The course provides ability to design, plan and control a logistic system. Relation to Other Courses 1. TI2232 Industrial Statistics, Prerequisited 2. TI3122 Production Planning & Control, Prerequisited 3. TI3131 Operational Research II, Prerequisited References 1. Ballou, R.H., 1992, Business Logistics Management, Prentice Hall International. 2. Blanchard, B.S., 1998, Logistics Engineering and Management, 5th edition, Prentice Hall International. 3. Simchi-Levi, D., 2000, Design and Management of Supply Chain, MacGraw Hill.

TI4141 Professional Communication (Compulsory, 2 SCU) Short Syllabus This course studies the method for communicating the result of design and research professionally. The study covers fdamental of research and scientific writing, industrial engineering research, problem formulation, problem solving methodology framework, problem solving methodology, quantitative research design, concept and methodology of qualitative research, research validity and reliability, report writing, method for presentation, research proposal. The course provides ability to conduct a research and to communicate research result in writing as well as presentation format. This course outcome is a final project proposal which will be implemented in the following semester. Relation to Other Courses 1. TI1101 Introduction to Industrial Engineering, Prerequisited 2. TI2232 Industrial Statistics, Prerequisited References 1. Daellenbach, 1994, System and Decision Making: A Management Science Approach, John Wiley & Sons. 2. Sekaran, U., 1995, Research Method for Business, John Wiley & Sons. 3. Eide, et. al., 2002, Engineering Fundamental and Problem Solving, John Wilry & Sons. TI4151 Cost Analysis (Compulsory, 3 SCU) Short Syllabus This course studies the concept of cost and method for production costing and its accounting system for documentation process. The study covers accounting process, financial report, concept of cost, direct material cost, direct labour cost, indirect factory cost, order costing, process costing, by product and joint product, standard costing system and variance analysis, break event analysis. The course provides understanding on the cost accumulated during production and ability to do costing as well as its documentation in an accounting system. Relation to Other Courses 1. TI1101 Introduction to Industrial Engineering, Prerequisited 2. TI3151 Introduction to Economics, Prerequisited References 1. Horngren, C.T. & G. Foster, 1997, Cost Accounting: A Managerial Emphasis, Prentice-Hall International. 2. James, J., 2001, Managerial Accounting, John Wiley & Sons. 3. Gray, J. & D. Ricketts, 1982, Cost and Managerial Accounting, McGraw-Hill.

TI4152 Human Resource Management System (Elective, 3 SCU) Short Syllabus This course studies the basic concept of human resource management in a company and the design of its management system. The study covers strategy and planning of human resource management system, system development and implementation, human resource management system applications, direction for the human resource management system development. The course provides knowledge on human resource management and skills to design a human resource management system for manufacturing industry. Relation to Other Courses 1. TI2251 Industrial Psychology, Prerequisited References 1. Ceriello, V.R., 1991, Human Resource Management System: Strategies, Tactics and Techniques, Lexington Books. TI4153 Financial Management (Elective, 3 SCU) Short Syllabus This course studies the practices of financial management in a company. The study covers financial management overview, financial report analysis (statement of cash flow, financial ratio), capital market, time value money, risk & return, portfolio, stock & bond valuation, cost of capital, capital budgeting, operating leverage & financial leverage, capital structure, working capital management. The course provides knowledge on financial management of a company. Relation to Other Courses 1. TI3051 Engineering Economics, Prerequisited 2. TI4151 Cost Analysis, Prerequisited References 1. Braeley, R. & S. Meyers, 1986, Principles of Corporate Finance, McGraw Hill. 2. Brigham, E. & M.C. Ehrhardt, 2002, Financial Management: Theory & Practices, Thomas Lansing. 3. Gitman, L.J., 2000, Principles of Managerial Finance, Harper International Edition. TI4211 Industrial Ergonomics (Compulsory, 3 SCU) Short Syllabus This course studies the application of ergonomics principles in industrial world, both manufacturing industry as well as services industry. The study covers introduction and

application of ergonomy, display design, control design, panel lay out and control, anthropometry and work station, ergonomics application case study, climatic factors, noise and vibration, lighting system, work organization and application of ergonomics to small-medium industry. The course provides knowledge and skills to apply ergonomics principles in industry. Relation to Other Courses 1. TI2111 Work System Design & Ergonomics, Prerequisited References 1. Pulat, B.M., 1992, Fundamental of Industrial Ergonomics 2. Galer, I.A.R., 1987, Applied Ergonomics Handbook. TI4221 Total Quality Control (Elective, 3 SCU) Short Syllabus This course studies the basic concept of total quality control and available methods for its implementation in an organization. The study covers introduction to total quality control, check sheet, histogram, pareto diagram, cause-effect diagram, stratification, scatter diagram, control chart, eight steps for problem solving, manufacturing case study, service industry case study, education case study, total quality control implementation failure, new art on developing total quality control. The course provides knowledge on total quality control and how to use the methods for total quality control implementation. Relation to Other Courses 1. TI3221 Quality Control, Prerequisited References 1. Feigenbaum, A., 1983, Total Quality Control, McGraw Hill. 2. Ishikawa, K., 1976, Guide to Quality Control, APO. TI4231 Modelling and System Simulation (Compulsory, 3 SCU) Short Syllabus This course studies the modelling process and design of computer simulation model. The study covers concept of system simulation and its position among others problem solving approach, steps in simulation modelling, random number generator, random variable generator, simulation output analysis, simulation model verification and validation, system configuration comparison analysis, variance reduction technique, experiment design on simulation study and development of simulation scenario, material handling system modelling and service system modelling in simulation. The course provides knowledge on the development of simulation system model and ability to develop a simulation model for a given problem. This course involves a simulation model development project in laboratory.

Relation to Other Courses 1. TI2232 Industrial Statistics, Prerequisited 2. TI2241 Computer & Programming Logic, Prerequisited 3. TI3131 Operational Research II, Prerequisited References 1. Law, A.M., & W.D. Kelton, 2000, Simulation Modelling and Analysis, McGraw Hill, Singapore. 2. Harrel, C.R., et. al., 1995, System Improvement Using Simulation, 3rd edition, JMI Consulting Group and ProModel Corporation. 3. Harrel, C.R. & T. Kerim, 1995, Simulation Made Easy, A Managers Guide, IIE Press. TI4232 Experimental Design (Elective, 3 SCU) Short Syllabus This course studies various experimental designs for answering research hypothesis which required an experiment as its empirical proof. The study covers introduction to the role of statistics for research and experiment, completely randomized design experiment, randomized completely block design, factorial experiment, partial factorial experiment, response surface analysis and covariate analysis. The course provides knowledge on statistical techniques application in analyzing the effect of factors, interaction between factors to response and developing understanding in research or experiment result/ observation. Relation to Other Courses 1. TI2232 Industrial Statistics, Prerequisited References 1. Kuehl, R.O., 2000. Design of Experiments: Statistical Principles of Research Design and Analysis, 2nd edition, Duxbury Press. 2. Montgomery, D.C., 1997, Design and Analysis of Experiments, 4th edition, SQ Press. 3. Box, G.E.P., W.G. Hunter, & J.S. Hunter, 1978, Statistics for Experimenters, John Wiley & Sons. TI4233 Multivariate Analysis (Elective, 3 SCU) Short Syllabus This course studies various multivariate methods which can be used for solving industrial engineering problems. The study covers data analysis, principal component analysis, factor analysis, regression analysis, discriminant analysis, variance analysis, correlation analysis, cluster analysis, multidimensional scaling: SEM (Structural Equation

Modeling). The course provides skills to apply multivariate methods in solving industrial engineering problems. Relation to Other Courses 1. TI2232 Industrial Statistics, Prerequisited References 1. Sharma, Subash, 1996, Applied Multivariate Techniques, John Wiley & Sons. 2. Hair, Joseph F. et. al., 1998, Multivariate Data Analysis, 5th edition, International edition. Upper Saddle River, Prentice Hall International. TI4251 Entrepreneurship and Business Development (Compulsory, 3 SCU) Short Syllabus This course studies business design process including feasibility and entrepreneurship aspects which come along business initiation. The study covers business concept, stakeholders and business environment, business initiation, business plan, marketing plan, operation aspect, financial aspect, and business process improvement. The course provides knowledge and basic skills for designing and making business plan. Relation to Other Courses 1. TI3051 Engineering Economics, Prerequisited 2. TI4151 Cost Analysis, Prerequisited References 1. Lerner, J.J., 1986, Introduction to Business Organization and Management, McGraw Hill. 2. Coulter, M., 2001, Entrepreneurship in Action, Prentice Hall. 3. Jauch, L.K., 1998, Business Policy & Strategis Management, McGraw Hill. TI4252 Marketing Management (Elective, 3 SCU) Short Syllabus This course studies basic marketing concept and managing marketing function in an enterprise. The study covers marketing concept, marketing planning process, strategy design, tactics, marketing program and evaluation technique. The course provides basic skills for planning and controlling marketing activities. Relation to Other Courses 1. TI4131 Product Development System, Prerequisited 2. TI4251 Entrepreneurship and Business Development, Prerequisited

References 1. Kotler, P. & G. Amstrong, 1998, Marketing Management: Analyzing, Planning, Implementation and Control, Prentice Hall International. 2. Kotler, P. & g. Amstrong, 1998, Principles of Marketing, Prentice Hall, Inc. 3. Kurtz, D.L. & K.E. Clow, 1998, Services Marketing, John Wiley. TI4253 Leadership and Motivation Theory (Elective, 3 SCU) Short Syllabus This course studies leadership phenomena which become important whether in business or government sector. The study covers business context and contemporary public sector, human role in contemporary business, leadership importance, leadership meaning in contemporary business, historical review on leadership phenomena, cultural perspective on leadership, team development, leadership pattern, changing management and learning organization. The course provides knowledge and understanding in leadership phenomena. Relation to Other Courses 1. TI2251 Industrial Psychology, Prerequisited 2. TI3252 Organization Design, Prerequisited References 1. Grestner, C.R. & D.V. Day, 1994, Cross Cultural Comparison of Leadership Prototypes, The Leadership Quarterly. 2. Pfeffer, J., 1992, Managing with Power, Harvard Business School Press. 3. Yuki, G., 1998, Leadership in Organization, 3rd edition, Prentice Hall International. TI5051 Innovation Management (Elective, 3 SCU) Short Syllabus This course studies the concept of innovation and its importance in organization including the management process. The study covers technology innovation process, innovation in corporation/enterprise, innovation in research, innovation deployment in manufacturing industry, strategy of using innovation and developing new business, business existence and the creation of market seller. The course provides basic knowledge for managing innovation process in an organization. Relation to Other Courses 1. TI4251 Leadership and Motivation Theory, Prerequisited 2. TI2121 Manufacturing Process, Prerequisited

References 1. Martin, M.J., 1994, Managing Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Technology based Firm, John Wiley & Sons. 2. Ettlie, J.E., 2000, Managing Technology Innovation, John Wiley & Sons. TI5111 Work Biomechanics (Elective, 3 SCU) Short Syllabus This course studies the concept and basic theory in work biomechanics and its role in work system design. The study covers work biomechanics, biomechanics modeling in work position, manual work evaluation and classification, manual material handling, biomechanical review in product design. The course enhances student knowledge and skills in work system design particularly in work biomechanics aspects. Relation to Other Courses 1. TI2111 Work System Design and Ergonomics, Prerequisited References 1. Philips, 2000, Human Factors Engineering, John Wiley & Sons. 2. Hall, S.J., 1995, Basic Biomechanics, Mosby-Year Book, Inc. 3. Rodgers, et. al., 1986, Ergonomic Design for People at Work, Van Nostrand Reinhold. TI5121 Maintenance System (Elective, 3 SCU) Short Syllabus This course studies the basic theory in maintenance system and methods in maintenance system planning and control. The course covers excellent maintenance framework, system and management, maintenance, total predictive maintenance (TPM) and maintenance optimization model. This course provides knowledge and skills for planning and controlling maintenance system. Relation to Other Courses 1. TI2231 Operations Research I, Prerequisited 2. TI2232 Industrial Statistics, Prerequisited 3. TI3131 Operations Research II, Prerequisited References 1. Campbell, J.D., 2001, Maintenance Excellence (Optimizing Equipment LifeCycle Decision), Marcel Dekker. 2. Moubray, J., 1991, Reability-centred Maintenance, Butterworth-Heinmann. 3. Palmer, D., 1999, Maintenance Planning and Scheduling Handbook, McGraw Hill.

TI5122 Quality Engineering (Elective, 3 SCU) Short Syllabus This course studies product and performance measurement understanding, aspects in product design and its performance improvement. The study covers product and performance measurement, review in product design aspects, critical parameter, critical parameter case discussion, quality dimension, failure tree analysis (FTA), failure mode effect analyisis (FMEA), product evaluation case study. The course provides skills for students to recognize product and product performance measurement so they can evaluates product and makes analysis to improve product performance. Relation to Other Courses 1. TI2232 Industrial Statistics, Prerequisited 2. TI3221 Quality Control, Prerequisited References 1. Juran, J.M., 1992, Juran on Quality by Design, The Free Press. 2. Stamatis, D.H., 1994, Failure Mode and Effect Analysis, ASQC Press. 3. Taguchi, G., 1987, Quality Engineering, APO. TI5141 e-Business Design (Elective, 3 SCU) Short Syllabus This course studies the basic concept of e-business and e-business system design. The study covers introduction, e-business overview, e-business application, business to customer, business to business, technical infrastructure of e-business system, strategy of e-business development, supply chain management and e-business, risk management in e-business, e-business policy and its social effect. The course provides basic skills for designing e-business system. Relation to Other Courses 1. TI3241 Information System Analysis and Design, Prerequisited References 1. Afuah, A., & C.L. Tucci, 2002, Internet Business Models and Strategies, McGraw-Hill. 2. El Sawy, O.A., 2001, Redesigning Enterprise Processes for e-Business, McGraw Hill International Editions. 3. Weill, P. & Michael R. Vitale, 2001, Place to Space-Migrating to e-Business Models, Harvard Business School Press.

TI5142 Decision Support System (Elective, 3 SCU) Short Syllabus This course studies the concept of support in decision making and the design of decision support system (DSS). The study covers DSS and its main development component, mechanism of DSS, DSS development and implementation, DSS application for improving organization excellence. The course provides basic skills for developing and designing DSS. Relation to Other Courses 1. TI3141 Data Base System, Prerequisited 2. TI3241 Information System Analysis and Design, Prerequisited References 1. Turban, E. et. al., 2001, Decision Support System and Intelligent System, 6th edition, Prentice Hall International. 2. Mallach, E.G., 2000, Decision Support System and Data Warehouse System, McGraw Hill. 3. Sauter, V.L., 1997, Decision Support Systems: An Applied Managerial Approach, John Wiley and Sons. TI5211 Work Hygiene and Safety Technique (Elective, 3 SCU) Short Syllabus This course studies basic concept of work hygiene and safety and its techniques which are used in a company. The study covers definition and understanding of WorkHygiene and Safety, importance of Work Hygiene and Safety in a company, technique for designing a safe, hygiene and comfortable work system and Work Hygiene and Safety management, realization of Work Hygiene and Safety in a company, rules, regulation and Work Hygiene and Safety audit in a company. The course provides basic skills in developing Work Hygiene and Safety system in a company. Relation to Other Courses 1. TI2111 Work System Design and Ergonomics, Prerequisited References: 1. Kavianan, et. al, 1989, Occupational and Environmental Safety Engineering and management, Van Nostrand Reinhold. 2. Hammer, 1989, Occupational Safety Management and Engineering, Prentice Hall International. 3. Kumar, S., 1998, Advanced in Occupational Ergonomics and Safety, IOS Press.

TI5221 Computer Integrated Manufacturing System (Elective, 3 SCU) Short Syllabus This course studies the concept of integration in manufacturing system, the role of computer in integration and the development process of integrated manufacturing system. The study covers concept of computer integrated manufacturing system, integrated manufacturing system component and interaction between components, information technology for integrated manufacturing system, expert system for integrated manufacturing system, product and process design engineering, design automation, CAE, ERP, manufacturing process, manufacturing process support, machine monitoring and computer network, quality and productivity. The course provides knowledge on the development of computer integrated manufacturing system. Relation to Other Courses 1. TI3122 Production Planning and Control, Prerequisited 2. TI3222 Production System Automation, Prerequisited 3. TI3241 Information System Analysis and Design, Prerequisited References 1. Scheer, A.W., 1995, CIM: Towards the Factory of the Future, Springer-Verlag. 2. Rehg J.S. & H.W. Kraebber, 2000, Computer Integrated Manufacturing, Prentice Hall International. TI5222 Benchmarking and Performance Measurement (Elective, 3 SCU) Short Syllabus This course studies the concept of performance measurement in an organization, its measurement techniques and its application for managing a company. The study covers introduction, importance of performance measurement and control, basics of strategy, planning, information application for measuring performance, performance measurement system, performance evaluation, performance connection to market, balanced scorecard, risk management, implementation control. The course provides basic skills on measuring the company performance and its application for managing the company. Relation to Other Courses -References 1. Wetson, G.H., 1992, The Benchmarking Workbook Adopting Best Practice for Performance Improvement, Productivity Press. 2. Camp, R.C., 1998, Business Process Benchmarking: Finding and Implementing Best Practices, ASQC Press.

TI5231 Econometrics (Elective, 3 SCU) Short Syllabus This course studies the statistical techniques which are needed for analyzing and understanding empiric economical research. The study covers simple and multiple regression models and autocorrelation, instrumental variable, dynamic econometrics model, simultaneous equations model, time series econometrics and government economic policy analysis. After completing the course, students are expected to have skills on applying econometrical models for empirical economics research independently. Relation to Other Courses 1. MA2132 Matrix and Vector Space, Prerequisited 2. TI2232 Industrial Statistics, Prerequisited 3. TI12231 Operations Research I, Prerequisited References 1. Gujarati, D. N., 2002, Basic Econometric, 4th edition, McGraw Hill/Irwin. 2. Woolridge, J.M., 2003, Introductory Econometric, 2nd edition, South Western. TI5251 Project Management (Elective, 3 SCU) Short Syllabus This course studies the methods on project planning and controlling. The study covers project management definition and life cycle of a project, project organization structure and project management process, project planning and control: CPM method, PERT method, project team determination, financial planning, planning communication, documentation and project information system. The course provides skills on planning and controlling a work in the form of project. Relation to Other Courses 1. TI3122 Production Planning and Control, Prerequisited 2. TI3131 Operations Research II, Prerequisited References 1. Kerzner, H., 2001, Project Management: A Aystem Approach to Planning, Scheduling and Controlling, John Wiley & Sons, Inc. 2. Badiru, 1996, Project Management in Manufacturing and High Technology Operation, John Wiley & Sons. 3. Archibald, R., 1996, Managing High Technology Programs and Projects, John Wiley & Sons.

TI5252 Decision Analysis (Elective, 3 SCU) Short Syllabus This course studies the basic theory and methods on individual or group decision making. The study covers problem analysis, problem solving and decision making method, decision making meaning, decision problem, decision tree, sensitivity analysis, the information role on decision making, utility concept, preference, group decision making, Borda method, Delphi, NGT, AHP. The course equips the students ability with decision making techniques which can be used to assisst the design, improvement and operation of integrated system. Relation to Other Courses 1. TI2131 Probability Theory, Prerequisited References 1. Gass, S.I., 1985, Decision Making Model & Algorithm, John Wiley & Sons. 2. Zeleny, M., 1982, Multi Criteria Decision Making, McGraw Hill. 3. Hanken, A. F. G., 1982, Social System and Learning System, Martinus Nijhoff.