The Electrical Engineering Study Program (PSTE) Faculty of Engineering (FT) Udayana University (Unud) is one of the total twelve (12) undergraduate, master, and doctoral study programs currently managed by the Faculty of Engineering Unud. PSTE was officially established in 1984 based on efforts to anticipate the rapid developments in the field of electrical engineering and the increasing need for graduates with skills in this field. The legal basis for the establishment of PSTE is the Decree of the Chancellor of Udayana University Number 612/PT.17/I.01.12/1984 which was followed by the issuance of the Decree of the Director General of Higher Education Number 65/DIKTI/KEP/88 regarding the official status of PSTE. Since then PSTE Unud has started accepting new students and first graduated in 1990. The number of active students (student body) of PSTE Unud at the end of the 2020/2021 academic year was 545 people.
PSTE has carried out an external quality assurance process on a regular basis. At the national level, currently PSTE has obtained UNGGUL Accreditation from BAN-PT, according to decision Number: 3144/SK/BAN-PT/AK-ISK/S/V/2022, after going through the conversion process of study program accreditation ratings. Previously, PSTE obtained an A (very good) accreditation in 2018 according to decision Number: 3082/SK/BAN-PT/Akred/S/XI/2018. In order to achieve international accreditation, PSTE has obtained Provisional Accreditation from IABEE on July 1 2019, with Certificate Number: 00044.P.
Since its establishment, Electrical Engineering is a department under the Faculty of Engineering, and then according to OTK Unud 2016 Electrical Engineering is a Study Program known as the Electrical Engineering Study Program (PSTE) which is managed directly by the Study Program Management Unit (UPPS) / Institution Study Program Manager (POI), namely the Faculty of Engineering. Currently PSTE runs the 2020 - 2025 curriculum which is a revision of the previous curriculum to accommodate input from the 2019 IABEE provisional accreditation evaluation, input from stakeholders, and the implementation of MBKM. The previous curriculum still refers to the KKNI Dikbud.
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