Curriculum

The Computer Engineering curriculum is developed based on the IEEE-ACM international curriculum as well as the APTIKOM national curriculum. Both are curricula developed by professional engineers and educators in their fields who are members of a professional association. With reference to the two curriculums above, the curriculum used by the computer engineering study program can produce graduates who are able to answer local and global challenges.

The curriculum structure of the computer engineering program consists of five parts. The first part is the
mathematics and basic science consisting of 32 credits, the second part is engineering science consisting of 31 credits, the third part is engineering design consisting of 63 credits, the fourth part is the major design consistingof 6 credits and the last is the university courses consisting of 14 credits. Enrichment 3 + 1 program is in the third part of curriculum structure that is in engineering design. In this part, students are expected to be able to design a computer system that can provide real solutions related to problems that exist in the area of computer engineering in the area of research, industry, community development and entrepreneurship.