Environmental Engineering and Management


General Profile

Environmental Engineering and Management Study Program


General Description​

The Environmental Engineering and Management Study Program aims to produce superior human resources in diploma program education in engineering and environmental management to support environmentally friendly sustainable development in Indonesia

Why Should
This Study Program?

By studying at the Environmental Engineering and Management Study Program, you can prepare intermediate experts in the environmental field who are skilled and professional in managing and monitoring environmental impacts in various development activities, including mining, plantations, industry, settlements, and others.

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Number of credits


Academic Education Program

Diploma 3                                                     


Bahasa Indonesia


3 Years


Ahli Madya (A.Md)


To become a study program that excels in diploma program education in engineering and environmental management to support environmentally friendly sustainable development in Indonesia.


  1. Prepare intermediate experts in the environmental field who are skilled and professional in the management and monitoring of environmental impacts in various development activities, including mining, plantations, industry, settlements, and others.
  2. As part of the IPB Vocational School, this study program is expected to be able to contribute to the development of relevant applied science and technology in the environmental field
  3. Participate in state development based on sustainable and environmentally friendly natural resource management for the benefit of present and future generations through the transformation of innovative applied science and technology and relevant community service

Learning Outcomes

Graduates of the Environmental Engineering and Management Study Program are expected to have expertise in accordance with their field

  1. Able to become an intermediate expert in the environmental field who is able to do work in the environmental field in agriculture, forestry, fisheries, animal husbandry, industry, mining, plantations, energy and so on in accordance with standards and application of environmental management and engineering work through the process of environmental data analysis and selection of appropriate methods, supported by abilities in the fields of information technology, entrepreneurship, and interpersonal skills.
  2. Mastering the theoretical concepts of management and environmental engineering in general and other relevant concepts to solve problems and/or work in the environmental field in agriculture, forestry, fisheries, animal husbandry, industry, mining, plantations, energy and so on.
  3. Able to work together and communicate effectively in a work group (team work) either in his position as a member and/or as leader of a work group, to complete work in the environmental field including documenting the results of work in the form of a written report.
  4. Able to evaluate and supervise the achievement of work results in the environmental field which is his responsibility both as a member and/or leader in a work group


The Environmental Engineering and Management Study Program consists of 114 credits which are divided into several courses including

1. Religious Education 2(2-0) ​

Discuss the understanding, appreciation and practice of the concept of a solid faith and religion; religion and religion in scientific disciplines; Religion, nation and state in supporting national development; mental attitude and the achievement of human life goals.

2. Pancasila and Citizenship Education 3(1-2)

Learn the meaning and importance of defending the country based on an understanding of Pancasila, the Preamble to the Constitution, the 1945 Constitution, Human Rights, Pancasila as an ethical system, Archipelago Insight, National Resilience, Regional Autonomy and Good Governance, in order to build the character of students who have awareness of defending the country in accordance with the goals of national education.

3. Bahasa Indonesia 3(2-1)

Learn the mastery and use of Indonesian well. Topics covered include EYD, sentence structure, effective and logical sentences, paragraphs, types of writing, scientific work, and oral presentation.

4. English 3(1-2)

Learn a series of skills to read and understand texts in English and improve vocabulary mastery at the intermediate level with reading topics that are appropriate for each skill program.

5. Physics 3(2-1)

Studying physical measurements and quantities, systems of units, vectors, straight motion, Newton’s laws, work and energy, the law of conservation of energy, momentum, harmonic motion, fluid thermodynamics, electrostatics, electrodynamics, direct current, alternating current, magnetic fields, waves and optics.

6. Biology 3(1-2)

Studying the basics of cell chemistry, cell organization, organ systems, and the relationship of organisms to their environment is given in a harmonious context. The topic of discussion is related to the role of biology in society, including biodiversity, breeding, biotechnology and its implications, environmental pollution.

7. Math 3(2-1)​

Studying clusters (definition, presentation, relationship, processing, cardinal numbers of compound groups); multiple groups, relationships and functions; statements (understanding, basic coupling, compound statements and truth values, validity of arguments, general and special statements; matrices (general forms, processing, types of matrices, determinants, inverse matrices); clusters of linear equations and answer vectors.

8. Environmental Legislation 2(1-1)

Studying environmental laws and regulations, for example on AMDAL, water pollution control, wastewater quality standards for various activities (industry, hotels, hospitals, oil), noise level standards, vibration level standards, odor levels standards, conservation of living natural resources and ecosystem etc.

9. Ecology 3(1-2)

Discusses the history and scope of ecology, principles and concepts of ecosystems, biogeochemical cycles, energy, energy balance, adaptation and evolution, limiting factors, organism level, population and community levels of terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems, biomes and life types, methods of ecological analysis, system hierarchies. ecology, natural resource management and pollution.

10. Computer Applications 3(1-2) ​

Learn the types of software, namely system software (operating systems and utilities) and their applications, introduction to computer components including processing, input, output, and storage equipment, computer network basics, computer and internet security, use of system software and applications for problem solving as well as local content materials according to the needs of each skill program.

11. Environmental Instrumentation 2(1-1)

Learn the methods of measuring environmental parameters using modern instrumentations such as spectroscopy, absorption, emission, fluorescence and others.

12. Soil Science 3(1-2) ​

Studying the notion of soil, mineral matter, organic matter, groundwater, soil air, soil profile and solum, soil profile formation, soil forming factors. Physical and morphological properties of soil, horizon, color, soil texture, structure, consistency, soil pores, soil temperature, soil drainage. Chemical properties and soil fertility, soil reactions, soil drainage, cation exchange capacity and soil colloids. Soil classification, soil survey, types of soil maps and their uses, evaluation of land capability, types of soil in Indonesia.

13. Basic and Environmental Microbiology 3(1-2)

Discusses the diversity of microorganisms, microorganisms and the environment, metabolism of organisms, the relationship between microorganisms, the relationship between microorganisms and other creatures, the role of microorganisms in environmental pollution, biotechnology approaches in controlling environmental pollution.

14. Social Dynamics and CSR 3(1-2)

Studying the orientation of community life values, community structure/dynamics, leadership in society; the relationship of cultural, economic and political patterns in urban and rural communities, social, political and cultural changes; issues of innovation delivery, adoption and adoption of innovations for innovation; participation in community development, community development policies, cases of LKMD, UDKP, PKK, KUD and KB; strategies and efforts to develop community knowledge in the environmental field; the company’s concern for the welfare of the community around the company.

15. Basic and Environmental Chemistry 3(1-2)

Learn the basic concepts of chemistry including the periodic system, chemical bonds, stoichiometry, solutions and colligative properties, chemical equilibrium, followed by basic knowledge of the properties, processes and effects of chemical substances in the water, soil and air environment.

16. Introduction to Agroindustry 2(2-0)

This course is designed and structured to lead students to an understanding of the world of agro-industry in a broad sense by discussing various topics related to agro-industry, including the notion of post-harvest and product processing, understanding of added value of agricultural products, processed forms of agricultural products, and forms of agricultural products. forms of processing agricultural products.

17. Entrepreneurship 3(1-2)

Learn knowledge about entrepreneurship starting from the understanding of entrepreneurship, the character of an entrepreneur, as well as insight into the behavior and abilities of an entrepreneur, and examples of its application according to the needs of the local content of each expertise program.

18. Climatology 3(1-2)

Studying the composition and layers of the earth’s atmosphere, solar radiation, intensity and duration of irradiation, quality of light and length of day, air pressure, wind, air temperature and soil temperature, water cycle: evaporation, clouds, rain and water balance, classification of climate and climate in Indonesia.

19. Soil and Water Conservation 3(1-2) ​

Discusses soil properties related to soil conservation and management such as: soil system, soil texture, structure, bulk density and porosity, soil aggregates, flocculation and dispersion. Groundwater and groundwater binding energy, water potential and water movement in soil, water availability, erosion forecasting and evaluation, soil and water preservation methods, conservation building design.

20. Hydrology 3(1-2)

Studying rain and rain data analysis, understanding and importance of infiltration, processes and factors affecting infiltration, surface runoff, analysis of river flow, groundwater, evaporation, transpiration, evapotranspiration, and irrigation.

21. Introduction to Environmental Economics 3(1-2)

Discusses the elements of consumer choice and the law of demand, the formation of market demand, the elements of producer choice and the law of industry-level supply, the interaction of supply and demand, imperfect competition and government policies, the application of microeconomic principles, output markets, labor markets, markets credit, financial markets, goals and microeconomic policies, macroeconomic models, stabilization policies and Indonesia’s position in the world economy.

22. Environmental Science 3(1-2)

Discusses basic environmental principles, global environmental problems, forest functions in soil and water conservation, water cycle, global warming, forest management, island geography theory, gene erosion, Vavilov center, biodiversity, water and air pollution, temperature inverse and greenhouse effect. , acid rain, ecolabeling, ISO 9000, ISO 14000, Rio de Janeiro Declaration, Indonesia’s position on environmental issues in the world, human views on the environment. At the end of the lecture, a field study is conducted so that students can see the environmental problems that exist in the field.

23. Basic Chemical Engineering 3(1-2) ​

Discusses the introduction to chemical engineering calculations; chemical and stoichiometric equations; mass balance without chemical reaction and with chemical reaction, without/with chemical reaction for recycle, bypass and purge processes; energy balance; combined mass and energy balances.

24. Air Quality 3(1-2)

Discusses air pollution, assessment of air pollution levels, measurement methods, laws and regulations regarding quality standards of air pollutant content, air control and management techniques, climate relations and air pollution.

25. Environmental Installation Design Engineering Drawings 3(1-2)

Learn an overview of the main tools of common drawing and other aids; technical drawing rules: paper size, scale, line code/symbol, applicable projections; basic understandings of general building construction: foundations, masonry (walls), concrete, construction and wood connections (roofs, doors, windows), floor plans and pieces thereof. Basic introduction to drawing with AutoCad software. General introduction to the drawings of drinking water treatment buildings which include layout, introduction to piping notation and its equipment, drawings of pipelines, sections and their isometry, various intake structures, pre-sedimentation, fast and slow mixers, sedimentation, filters, reservoirs and affixing structures. General introduction to the drawings of the wastewater treatment plant which includes layout, screen and communicator, grit chamber, pre-sedimentation, biological treatment units (activated sludge, trickling filter, oxidation ditch, and others). The drawings required for the drinking water distribution system and the drainage/drainage distribution system as well as the building equipment. Students are required to do assignments.

26. Unit Operations and Process Environment 3(1-2)

Discusses the unit operation of particle motion, physico-chemical properties of particles, particle distribution; precipitation and sedimentation; gravity, centrifugation and electrostatics. Mixing; flocculation and coagulation of particles, hydraulic mixing, mechanical mixing; flow in a granular medium. Absorption, adsorption, filtration, aeration, floatation. Gas transfer; oxygen transfer and ammonia stripping. Thermal operation; incineration, pyrolysis, wet oxidation. Dewatering, membrane technology. The Process Unit discusses the process of sorption, aeration, water softening, coagulation, flocculation, disinfection, removal of heavy metals, ion exchange, biological processes; biological decomposition; facultative aerobic-anaerobic processes, growth models in bioreactors, suspended growth reactor kinetics and adhesive growth, removal of metals by oxidation-reduction, precipitation, ion exchange processes, thermochemistry for combustion and drying, mass transfer.

27. Animal Ecology 3(1-2)

Discusses comparative environmental approaches, in-depth animal ecology principles, population pyramids, interactions between animals and the environment, life tables.

28. Conservation of Natural Resources and Environment 3(1-2)

Learn techniques for estimating wild plant and animal populations, analysis of habitat vegetation, materials and equipment, observation design, observation techniques, management of conservation areas (national parks, nature reserves, wildlife reserves).

29. Socio-Cultural Analysis Method 3(1-2)

Studying the scope of social research, social research typology, community theory, socio-cultural variables/indicators, research design, social participatory approaches in industrial activities, plantations, agriculture, mining and so on, socio-cultural analysis, forestry case analysis, mining case analysis.

30. AMDAL 3(1-2)

Study the background of the need for environmental management based on existing laws and regulations, implementation of AMDAL studies, administrative and technical procedures, preparation of ANDAL (Environmental Impact Analysis), RKL (Environmental Management Plan), RPL (Environmental Monitoring Plan) and UKL (Environmental Management Efforts) ) and UPL (Environmental Monitoring Efforts). Discussion of case studies on the preparation of ANDAL, RKL, RPL, UKL, UPL, from several activities that have an impact on the environment.

31. Professional Environmental Ethics 1 (1-0)

Learn the meaning and definition of ethics, profession, professionalism in work in the field of engineering and environmental management, code of ethics and intellectual property rights in the field of environmental management and engineering.

32. Bioremediation 3(1-2)

Discusses the definition and limitations of microorganisms that have the potential for bioremediation, biodegradation of environmental pollutant compounds, biomonitoring of pollutant toxicity, in situ and ex situ bioremediation technology.

33. Organic Farming 3(1-2)

Discuss the limits and definitions of organic agriculture, the types of organic waste used for land improvement; methods and techniques for using organic matter for land improvement; the process of decomposition and degradation of organic matter; monitoring and evaluation of organic agricultural products.

34. Environmental Audit and Ecolabelling 3(1-2) ​

Studying environmental audit policies, proper assessment systems, ecolabeling, environmental engineering aspects assessment methods, selection of raw materials and product cycles, production process evaluation methods, hazardous and toxic waste (B3) audits, formulations, reporting improvements, case studies.

35. Management of Conservation Areas and Ecotourism 3(1-2)

Discusses the definition and limits of conservation, conservation principles, natural resource conservation strategies, biodiversity preservation, wildlife management, environmental carrying capacity, evaluation of animal habitats, natural resource management and conservation issues in Indonesia.

36. OHS and OHSAS Management System 3(1-2)

Learn the basics, planning, implementing, auditing, and compiling OHS reports and OHS systems within the company.

37. Domestic and Industrial Waste Management and Utilization Technology 3(1-2)

Studying domestic and industrial waste treatment techniques related to environmental protection and preservation; Types of waste properties and benefits, air pollution control, solid waste control, liquid waste control, water management, equipment and factory sanitation; Various techniques for the utilization of agricultural industrial waste.

38. Environmental Sanitation and Toxicology 3(1-2)

Discusses various types of pollution that occur in the household, animal husbandry, industrial environment both in liquid, solid and air forms, how to overcome and utilize the waste.

39. Field Work Practice 3 (0-3)

Train students to explore environmental aspects and problems that exist in the field, which occur in companies, to add insight and gain practical experience in environmental management and monitoring activities and then summarize these results in a report. The duration of the field work practice is 2 months. When making a PKL report, students are guided by an academic supervisor as the main supervisor and field supervisor while working at the company where the PKL is located.

40. Seminar 1 (0-1)

Students are trained to be able to convey and express opinions about the results of field work practices systematically and clearly both orally and in writing. In addition, students are also trained to be able to respond to and answer questions related to the results of their field work practices and are trained to be able to receive input and feedback from seminar participants so that the final project report produced is better.

41. Final Report 2 (0-2)

Students carry out field work practices and write down their results under the guidance of lecturers determined by the Expertise Program Coordinator. Students present and defend final project reports in front of supervisors and examiners.


Tenaga Pendidik Program Studi Teknik dan Manajemen Lingkungan

Ivone Wulandari Budiharto, SSi.,MSi
Dr. Wonny Ahmad Ridwan, SE.,MM
Dimas Ardi Prasetya, ST.,MSi
Nurul Jannah, PhD
Miesriany Hidiya, STP.,MSi
Dr (Cand). Emil Wahdi, SSi.,MSi
Yudith Vega Paramitadevi, ST.,MSi
Septian Fauzi Dwi Saputra, STP.,MSi
Andini Tribuana Tunggadewi, SSi.,MSi

Address & Contact

BOGOR CAMPUS – Jl. Raya Pajajaran, Bogor City, West Java 16128

SUKABUMI CAMPUS – Jl. Sarasa No. 45, Babakan, Cibeureum District, Sukabumi City, West Java 43142