The Faculty of Engineering and Vocational has a role in facilitating all study programmes to develop curriculum through the provision of funds, facilities & infrastructure used in the process of preparing and developing curriculum. In the Faculty of Engineering and Vocational, curriculum development has become one of the most strategic programmes to improve the quality of graduates, also supporting a more conducive academic atmosphere, thereby increasing competitiveness at the national level.
The current curriculum in each department within the Faculty is the 2012 curriculum, the 2013 curriculum, and the IQF curriculum. Each curriculum is developed according to the year of the student generation.
The learning model used in the Faculty Programme is a learning model based on the PBL (Programme Base Learning), SCL (Student Center Learning) method, and the application of a competency-based curriculum. Coordination is always carried out between the management and the Department and Study Programme to ensure the maximal implementation of the learning process.
Faculties at Undiksha strive to create an academic atmosphere and strengthen academic behavior for all academicians. The management carried out several policies to improve the educational atmosphere in educational activities, such as leadership meetings with students (Student Communication Forum), limiting the number of supervisors, scientific autonomy, and academic pulpits to increase educational interaction between lecturers and students.
In creating an academic atmosphere, the manager emphasizes the importance of lectures with a semester credit system (credits) every semester in meetings between the master’s programme leaders and new students.
The faculty designed the curriculum to produce qualified human resources in Engineering and Vocational fields. Both educational and non-educational, using a semester credit system with a credit load of 146-148 credits, a study period of 4 years at the earliest for S1, a credit load of 118-120 credits, length of study 3 years for Diploma 3. In lectures, students are given insight into the education, teacher training, computer materials, electronics, and clothing and catering. Lectures are conducted face-to-face, covering theoretical activities in class and practical work in the laboratory, presentations, seminars, scientific papers, field practice, writing, and thesis examinations.