Graduate Profile

  1. Islamic personality: shows an attitude of taqwa to Almighty God , behaves honestly, disciplined, responsible, works smart, independent, and has an entrepreneurial spirit.
  2. Process engineer: mastering chemical science and technology and the supporting sciences for engineering processes, processing systems, and equipment design in chemical industry.
  3. Process manager: Able to work together in teams, and have a leadership attitude, be creative, innovative, think critically and communicate effectively.

Learning Outcomes of Graduates

Learning Outcomes of Graduate (CPL) refer to the Indonesian National Qualifications Framework (KKNI), National Higher Education Standards (SNPT), CPL of the Indonesian Chemical Engineering Higher Education Association (APTEKIM), and CPL Indonesian Accreditation Board for Engineering Education (IABEE). The formulation of the CPL also contains the capabilities needed in the Industrial Age 4.0 regarding data literacy, technological literacy and human literacy.

  1. CPL attitude of UII PSTK graduates:
  • Have an Islamic personality, fear the Almighty God and have Islamic behavior (honesty, discipline, responsibility, and smart work) in every role played, both in the chemical industry and the general public (CPL-1)
  • Have the ability to internalize the spirit of independence and entrepreneurship (CPL-2)
  • Have the ability to be responsible to society and comply with professional ethics in solving chemical engineering problems (CPL-3)
  1. CPL general skills of UII PSTK graduates:
  • Have the ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing (CPL-4)
  • Have the ability to plan, complete, and evaluate tasks within existing constraints (CPL-5)
  • Have the ability to work in cross-disciplinary and cross-cultural teams (CPL-6)
  1. CPL for special skills of UII PSTK graduates:
  • Have the ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, natural and / or material science, information technology, and engineering to gain a thorough understanding of the principles of chemical engineering (CPL-7)
  • Have the ability to identify, formulate, analyze and solve complex chemical engineering problems (CPL-8)
  • Have the ability to design chemical industry processes, processing systems and equipment to meet expected needs within realistic boundaries, for example legal, economic, environmental, social, political, health and safety, sustainability and to recognize and / or exploit potential resources local and national with a global perspective (CPL-9)
  • Have the ability to apply the methods, skills, and modern engineering tools needed for chemical engineering practice (CPL-10)
  • Have the ability to design and carry out laboratory and / or field experiments and analyze and interpret data to strengthen technical assessments (CPL-11)
  1. CPL knowledge of UII PSTK graduates:
  • Have the ability to understand the need for lifelong learning, including access to knowledge related to current relevant issues (CPL-12)


Practical Work

Practical Field Study (Practical Work) in Chemical Engineering Department UII is an activity where students conduct orientation and observation based on theory in textile industry or chemical industry. Students are expected to be able to describe the phenomena that exist in the process or equipment activities, and be able to synthesize between the observed facts, basic laws, theories, and engineering and find solutions when any of the problems occur.

To train the ability of problem solving that occur in the field, during the Practical Work, students will be given a special task. Special assignments can be given by the Practical Work supervisor or by the lecturer. The flow of Practical Work implementation can be seen in the picture below. For more complete information, see the Academic Guide, which can be downloaded at the following link. Whereas the instructions or format for making Practical Work reports can be downloaded at the following link.

Community Service Programme

Community service programme are held in the 7th semester. During the programme, students will directly live with village community over a period of one month. Students will share the knowledge they have gained in class or even solve social science problems. Thus, the knowledge will be upgraded into values, which will be very useful for them and the society. Some programmes that have already been organized are biogas programmes, plastic to energy conversion, and some derivative product processing based on natural resource (e.g., natural dyes, VCO, bio-oil, natural purificator, etc.).


  • Plant Pre-Design Task

The Plant Pre-Design Task is designed to test the students in understanding and applying the chemical engineering principal knowledge that has been received during the lecturing process. The plant pre-design final project will train the students with high reasoning and improvisation skills to be able comprehensively apply all the theories and skills of chemical engineering or textile engineering into a simple Pre-Factory Design (preliminary design). To put it more clearly, the flow of the implementation of the Pre-Factory Design Final Project can be seen in the picture below. For more complete information, see the Academic Guide, which can be downloaded at the following link. The instructions/format for making a Factory Pre-Design Report can be downloaded at the following link.

  • Research Project

Research Project in the Chemical Engineering Department is intended to train students to apply the theory and knowledge that has been obtained during college in laboratory. With research, students are expected to develop skills in conducting analysis, synthetics, analogies, generalizations, developing hypotheses, developing concepts, conducting experiments, and making decisions. To sum up, the flow of implementation of the Final Project Research can be seen in the picture below. For more complete information can also be seen in the Academic Guide, which can be downloaded at the following link. The instructions/format for making a Research Report can be downloaded at the following link.

  • Final Defence

The final defence (thesis exam) is the final examination that takes place in front of the Thesis Examination Team before students are awarded the Bachelor’s degree.

For more complete information, see the Academic Guide, which can be downloaded at the following link.

Comprehensive Examination

Comprehensive examinations are tests conducted to evaluate the students’ level of understanding in each course.

Requirements to take a comprehensive exam are as follows:

  • Students have carried out the Pre-Factory Design
  • Already Key-In Comprehension
Semester 1Islamic Religion
State Philosophy
Basic Chemistry
Organic Chemistry
Elementary Physics
Semester 2Islam for Scholar
Analytical Chemistry
Physical Chemistry
Linear Algebra
Introduction to Chemical Engineering
Mass and Energy Balances
Basic Chemistry and Organic Chemistry Lab Work
Semester 3Islam Rahmatan Lil Alamin
Citizenship Education
Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics
Chemical Engineering Mathematics
Fluid Mechanics and Particles
Chemical Reaction Engineering 1
Analytical Chemistry and Physical Chemistry Lab Work
Semester 4* Sharia Entrepreneurship
* Chemical Industry Processes
* Materials and Corrosion
Chemical Reaction Engineering 2
Mass and Heat Transfer Operation
Mathematical Modeling and Numerical Computation
Unit Operation Lab Work 1
Semester 5* Scientific Communication Skill
* Engineering Economics
* Statistics for Engineers
* Utilities
* Process Engineering Drawing
Transport Phenomena
Process Equipment Design
Unit Operation Lab Work 2
Research Methodology
Semester 6

Community Services
* Industrial Project Management
Multi-Stage Operation
Process Control
Bioprocess Technology
Elective Course 1
Semester 7* Waste Management and Industrial Safety
Process Simulation
Chemical Plant Design
Elective Course 2
Elective Course 3
Semester 8
Chemical Plant Design Project
Comprehensive Exam
Elective Course 4
Elective Courses – Cluster 1: Food and Drug TechnologyFood Technology
Functional Food Technology
Food Nanotechnology
Drying Technology
Active and Smart Packaging
Controlled Drug Release System
Elective Courses – Cluster 2: Energy and EnvironmentBiomass Energy Technology
Fuel Cell Technology
Energy Storage Technology and Management
Petroleum Technology
Energy from Waste
Clean and Renewable Energy
Green Chemistry for Sustainable Development
Elective Courses – Cluster 3: Material TechnologyBiomaterials Technology
Intelligent Material Technology
Nanomaterials Technology
Polymer Technology
Ceramic Technology

Elective Courses – Cluster 4: Simulation and OthersAdvanced Modeling and Simulation
Petroleum Processing Technology Simulation
Gas Purification Technology and Simulation
System Optimization
Advanced Adsorption
Industrial Internet of Things
Startup Business