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Global Sanitation Curriculum

The modules are embedded into the existing courses of WSSIM ITB. The development of these modules is standardized so that the module materials can be deliver properly through the relevant subjects.

    WSSIM ITB Curriculum   Global Sanitation Curriculum
    1st semester    
1 IS5089 Research Methodology 3 Research Methods for Sanitation
2 IS5101 Urban Infrastructure Design 2  
         
3 IS5102 Environmental Infrastructure Based on Spatial Data 2  
4 IS5103 Water Policy and Environmental Economics 2  
         
5 IS5104 Solid Waste System Planning 2  
    2nd Semester    
1 IS5201 Water Supply System and Treatment 2  
2 IS5202 Wastewater System and Treatment 2 Introduction to Sanitation  
        Sanitation Systems and Services
        Sanitation Technology
        Analysis of Sanitation Flow
    Elective Course    
    3rd Semester    
1 IS6101 Design and Development of Infrastructure (Studio) 3 Leadership
        Teamwork Skills Development
        Sanitation Technology
2 IS6102 Project Management for Water and Sanitation Infrastructure 2 Project Management
    Elective Course    
    4th Semester    
1 IS6099 Seminar and Thesis 6 Research Theory and Practice
         
    Elective Course    
  IS5251 Sustainable Settlement Drainage System 2  
  IS5252 Community Based Development (*) 2 Behavior Change
  IS6151   Fecal Management (*) 2 Sanitation and Public Health
        Sanitation Technology
        Analysis of Sanitation Flow
  IS6152   Disaster Sanitation (*) 2 Emergency Sanitation
  IS5253   Assessment in the Sanitation Sector (*) 2 Sanitation Systems and Services    
        Sanitation and Public Health
  IS5254 Institutional and Financial Aspects in the Field of Sanitation (*) 2 Sanitation Financing  
        Sanitation Governance  
  IS6153 Advance Water Supply System and Treatment 2  

(*) elective course for WSSIM student but compulsory for GSGS student


The following is a syllabus for each course:

Course Code : IS5089 / 3 SKS
Course Name : Research Methodology/ Professional Ethics
Summary Syllabus : This course is a preliminary course as a provision for students to prepare their research and thesis. Includes the introduction of scientific research methods commonly used and several research methods that are often used especially in the field of clean water and sanitation accompanied by statistical data processing methods
Complete Syllabus : This course is a preliminary course as a provision for students to enter their research and thesis. Introduced methods of scientific research that are generally used, and several methods of research that are often used especially in the field of clean water and sanitation. This lecture introduces students to the basic concepts of scientific research as the basis for the preparation of proposals. In this lecture there are also the basics of using statistics in conducting research and disseminating research results in the form of scientific works, theses. In addition to assisting understanding of various concepts and important aspects of various spectrums of research, in this lecture students are also introduced to the format of the preparation of research proposals and thesis writing
Course Code : IS5101 / 2 SKS
Course Name : Urban Infrastructure Planning
Summary Syllabus : Understanding of the scope, planning process, analysis of policy strategies, institutions, funding, operations, are discussed comprehensively, especially those related to basic infrastructure in cities/ villages in Indonesia, such as water and sanitation.
Complete Syllabus : Settlement infrastructure and facilities are an important component seen from social, economic, physical, economic, technical and environmental functions. Understanding of the scope, planning process, analysis of policy strategies, institutions, funding, operations, are discussed comprehensively, especially those related to basic infrastructure in cities / villages in Indonesia, such as water and sanitation.
Course Code : IS5102 / 2 SKS
Course Name : Spatial Data-Based Environmental Infrastructure
Summary Syllabus : Students are expected to be able to understand Environmental infrastructure planning as a support for urban facilities and settlements that require a comprehensive approach between practical experience and selection of methods. Understanding GIS as a tool that can be used to bridge spatial understanding commonly used by practitioners with thematic understanding used in development planning.
Complete Syllabus : Environmental infrastructure planning as a support for urban facilities and settlements requires a comprehensive approach between practical experience and selection of methods. GIS is a tool that can be used to bridge spatial understanding commonly used by practitioners with thematic understanding used in development planning (e.g. statistics). Students are expected to be able to understand Environmental infrastructure planning as a support for urban facilities and settlements that require a comprehensive approach between practical experience and selection of methods. Understanding GIS as a tool that can be used to bridge spatial understanding commonly used by practitioners with thematic understanding used in development planning.
Course Code : IS5103 / 2 SKS
Course Name : Water Policy and Environmental Economics
Summary Syllabus : This course discusses knowledge that supports the development of sustainable water resources infrastructure including water, drainage, and drinking water development systems with an understanding of the characteristics of water resources (rain and discharge) that are random and stochastic
Complete Syllabus : In this course we will discuss knowledge that supports the development of sustainable water resources infrastructure including water, drainage, and drinking water development systems with an understanding of the characteristics of random and stochastic water (rain and discharge) resources. This course will also discuss the types of policies related to the management of water resources from upstream (recharge areas) to downstream (urban areas) so that the planned infrastructure in the upstream and downstream areas in a watershed can be integrated and sustainable.
Course Code : IS5104 / 2 SKS
Course Name : Solid Waste System Planning
Summary Syllabus : The concept of waste management and current related issues, waste management systems, waste management in semi-urban and riverbanks, the informal sector and the application of 3R, community participation, appropriate waste management technologies, and quality improvement of waste final processing sites and regional landfill planning. The lecture was held by prioritizing the search for problems directly in the field.
Complete Syllabus : The concept of waste management and current related issues, waste management systems, waste management in semi-urban and riverbanks, the informal sector and the application of 3R, community participation, appropriate waste management technologies, and quality improvement of waste final processing sites and regional landfill planning. The lecture was held by prioritizing the search for problems directly in the field. Lectures and references provided are used as references to clarify problems and provide direction for solving problems encountered. With a credit amount of 2 credits, the lecture is held 2 (two) hours per week. There are 2 (two) tasks given, carried out by each group divided at the beginning of the lecture. To complete report writing, they must search for data through surveys, interviews, measurements, and analysis of samples in the laboratory. Each assignment ends with a presentation in class according to the schedule that has been made before. There are 1 (one) guest lecturers from professionals who are specially invited to give lectures, to enrich students’ understanding of problems and solutions that can be used. Assessment is based on 3 main activities, namely the results of the execution of tasks consisting of Reports, Presentations, activeness of discussion in class, midterm (UTS) and final examination (UAS). Outcomes the subjects are expected to be able to evaluate students’ systems that are already running, then be able to find important points for improving the system, planning (planning), making outlines of waste management system design, then calculating financing, which is linked to the institutional aspects prevailing in Indonesia.
Course Code : IS6101 / 3 (2) SKS
Course Name : Water and Sanitation Infrastructure Planning (Studio)
Summary Syllabus : This course is an implementation of lecture materials related to clean water and sanitation that have been taken by students in the form of project assignments to evaluate and plan the management of clean water and sanitation infrastructure in the community by collecting key data in the field and applying in planning, both in the field of drinking water and sanitation in an integrated manner.
Complete Syllabus : This course is an implementation of lecture materials related to clean water and sanitation that have been taken by students in the form of project assignments to evaluate and plan the management of clean water and sanitation infrastructure in the community by collecting key data in the field and applying in planning, both in the field of drinking water and sanitation in an integrated manner.
Course Code : IS6102 / 2 SKS
Course Name : Project Management for Water and Sanitation Infrastructure
Summary Syllabus : Review and design views; phasing in the design process; limiting factor; project management techniques in environmental engineering buildings, especially in the field of clean water and sanitation
Complete Syllabus : Review and design views; phasing in the design process; limiting factor; project management techniques in environmental engineering buildings, especially in the field of clean water and sanitation The achievement of selected optimization of clean water and sanitation systems can be done using a linear program approach and dynamic programs. The application of these two methods is in solving various optimization problems related to environmental problems, especially in the field of clean water and sanitation.
Course Code : IS5201 / 2 SKS
Course Name : Water Supply Management
Summary Syllabus : This course will provide insight into the basic principles of a drinking water supply system that includes raw water sources, transmission, processing and distribution through classroom learning.
Complete Syllabus : This course will provide insight into the basic principles of a drinking water supply system that includes raw water sources, transmission, processing and distribution through classroom learning. These principles will be reviewed from the aspects of institutions, finance and feasibility. In addition, the basic calculations needed in planning for drinking water supply will be discussed briefly and supplemented with practical knowledge in the field through case studies, discussions and benchmarking
Course Code : IS5202 / 2 SKS
Course Name : Wastewater Management and Treatment System
Summary Syllabus : Introduction regarding domestic wastewater management, including general views of domestic wastewater management, conditions for wastewater management in developing countries, waste water treatment technology, and community involvement in wastewater management.
Complete Syllabus : Introduction regarding domestic wastewater management, including general views of domestic wastewater management, conditions for wastewater management in developing countries, waste water treatment technology, and community involvement in wastewater management.
Course Code : IS6099 / 6 (6) SKS
Course Name : Seminar & Thesis
Summary Syllabus : In this course students make scientific studies, make scientific writing, and present it in every progress of the Thesis and final session.
Complete Syllabus : Thesis is an academic requirement that must be completed by students at the end of their studies, in accordance with their fields of interest by applying it in the field of water and sanitation infrastructure management. In this course students make scientific studies, make scientific writing, and present it in every progress of the Thesis and final session.

Selected Course

Course Code : IS5251 / 2 SKS
Course Name : Sustainable Urban Drainage System
Summary Syllabus : Basic principles and settlement and urban drainage planning, development of sustainable / environmentally sound / eco drainage drainage systems, rainwater retaining technology and runoff water control, water runoff control technology with soil infiltration, financial aspects, community empowerment, ecology, and case studies
Complete Syllabus : Basic principles and settlement and urban drainage planning, development of sustainable / environmentally sound / eco drainage drainage systems, rainwater retaining technology and runoff water control, water runoff control technology with soil infiltration, financial aspects, community empowerment, ecology, and case studies
Course Code : IS5252 / 2 SKS
Course Name : Community Based Development
Summary Syllabus : This course provides an understanding of the understanding of the concept of community-based development model transformation; model concepts; and moral justification, understanding of community-based development concepts (domains in social life, economic and political exclusion, empowerment vs. dis empowerment, community capacity , leadership and change management, effective community organizations, collaboration, partners, social networks, institutions in community-based development, behavior change, and the program monitoring and evaluation techniques.
Complete Syllabus : In accordance with the mandate of SDGs 2030, access to safe and sustainable drinking water and domestic wastewater management is the goal of development. Household waste management is also one of the problems of basic sanitation infrastructure that must be addressed. One model of the provision of water and sanitation services is the community-based development approach. This course provides an understanding of the understanding of the concept of community-based development model transformation; model concepts; and moral justification, understanding of community-based development concepts (domains in social life, economic and political exclusion, empowerment vs. dis empowerment, community capacity , leadership and change management, effective community organizations, collaboration, partners, social networks, institutions in community-based development, behaviour change, and the program monitoring and evaluation techniques.
Course Code : IS5253 / 2 SKS
Course Name : Assessment in Sanitation Field
Summary Syllabus : Introduction of assessment methods in the field of sanitation, including assessment related to public health and assessment of waste water treatment services
Complete Syllabus : Introduction of assessment methods in the field of sanitation, including assessment related to public health and assessment of waste water treatment services
Course Code : IS5254 / 2 SKS
Course Name : Institutional and Financial Aspects in Sanitation Field
Summary Syllabus : This course will provide more comprehensive understanding of institutional and financial aspects in the field of sanitation. The lecture material is divided into several topics, namely (1) Water and Sanitation Governance and (2) Business Models and Financing in Water and Sanitation Management
Complete Syllabus : This course will provide more comprehensive understanding of institutional and financial aspects in the field of sanitation. The lecture material is divided into several topics, namely (1) Water and Sanitation Governance and (2) Business Models and Financing in Water and Sanitation Management. In addition, in this lecture students are required to be active in finding papers and / or case studies related to water and sanitation management and discuss them in groups.
Course Code : IS5255 / 2 SKS
Course Name : Solid Waste Infrastructure Management
Summary Syllabus : Waste management infrastructure is based on current relevant issues, waste management systems, waste management in semi-urban and urban areas, appropriate waste management technology, and improving the quality of waste final processing sites and regional landfill planning, as well as the implementation that according to national policy.
Complete Syllabus : Waste management infrastructure is based on current relevant issues, waste management systems, waste management in semi-urban and urban areas, appropriate waste management technology, and improving the quality of waste final processing sites and regional landfill planning, as well as the implementation that according to national policy . The lecture was carried out by prioritizing the search for problems directly in the field, by taking case studies of strategic solid waste infrastructure (both in the planning and operating stages). Lectures and references provided are used as references to clarify problems and provide direction for solving problems encountered. With a credit amount of 2 credits, the lecture is conducted 2 hours per week. There is 1 (one) task given, carried out by each group of students. To complete report writing, they must search data through surveys, such as interview observation, measurement, and sample analysis. Tasks will be evaluated for progress before mid exam, and scheduled to be presented in class according to the schedule at the end of the lecture. Assessment is based on 3 main activities, namely the results of the execution of tasks consisting of Reports, Presentations, activeness of discussion in class, midterm exam and final examination. Outcomes of the course are expected that students are able to analyze the management of solid waste infrastructure both in the planning or feasibility study and infrastructure stages, then are able to find important points for the improvement (optimization) of the management of the waste infrastructure, both technically and non-technical regulatory aspects that apply in Indonesia.
Course Code : IS6151 / 2 SKS
Course Name : Fecal Sludge Management
Summary Syllabus : This course provides learning related to fecal sludge management including an understanding of the importance of management of fecal sludge and transmission routes for the spread of diseases due to fecal sludge, understanding the characteristics of fecal sludge and processing of fecal sludge, evaluating fecal sludge treatment plants and developing fecal sludge management models.
Complete Syllabus : This course provides learning related to fecal sludge management including an understanding of the importance of management of fecal sludge and transmission routes for the spread of diseases due to fecal sludge, understanding the characteristics of fecal sludge and processing of fecal sludge, evaluating fecal sludge treatment plants and developing fecal sludge management models.
Course Code : IS6152 / 2 SKS
Course Name : Emergency Sanitation Management
Summary Syllabus : This course will provide a more comprehensive understanding of sanitation management in the area which is planned for disasters.
Complete Syllabus : This course will provide a more comprehensive understanding of sanitation management in the area which is planned for disasters. The lecture material is divided into several topics, namely (1) Introduction to WASH (Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene) in disaster and humanity, (2) Key actors (key parameters) and international legal frameworks that apply in disaster and humanity, (3 ) Relations between disaster and humanity, (4) Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene Cluster (5) Monitoring and evaluation in disaster and humanitarian sanitation systems, and (6) Assessment of needs in disaster sanitation systems.
Course Code : IS6153 / 2 SKS
Course Name : Advanced Water Treatment System
Summary Syllabus : This course will provide insight into the basic principles of a drinking water supply system that includes raw water sources, transmission, processing and distribution through classroom learning.
Complete Syllabus : This course will provide insight into the basic principles of a drinking water supply system that includes raw water sources, transmission, processing and distribution through classroom learning. These principles will be reviewed from the aspects of institutions, finance and feasibility. In addition, the basic calculations needed in planning for drinking water supply will be discussed briefly and supplemented with practical knowledge in the field through case studies, discussions and bench marking