Module Handbook
Module Name: 
Matrix Algebra 
Module Level: 
Bachelor 
Abbreviation,
if applicable: 
MAL202 
Subheading, if applicable: 
 
Courses included in
the module, if applicable: 
 
Semester/term: 
3th / Second
Year 
Module coordinator(s): 
Dra. Utami Dyah Purwati, M.Si., 
Lecturer(s): 
Dra. Utami Dyah Purwati, M.Si. 
Language: 
Bahasa Indonesia 
Classification within the curriculum 

Teaching format / class hours per week during semester: 
2 hours lectures (50 min / hour) 
Workload: 
2 hours lectures, 2 hour structural
activities, 2 hours individual
study, 13 week per semester, and total
117 hours per semester
3.9 ECTS 
Credit Points: 
2 
Requirements: 
 
Learning goals/competencies: 
General Competence (Knowledge) After following matrix algebra class,
students are expected to use the elementary operation to examine the
character of the matrix Specific
Competence: 1. Describe the basic character of the matrix. 2. Determine the type of a matrix. 3. Determine the matrix norms that have been given. 4. Explain the character of positive definite matrix. 5. Explain the character
of partition matrix. 6. Determine
the Jordan’s form of a given matrix. 7. Determine the form of exponential
matrix that have been given. 8.
Determine the singular value decomposition of a given matrix. 
Content: 
Matrx notation, algebra operation, elementary row operation, character of matrix. Determinant, rank, inverse, eigen values and eigen vectors and their character on the types of matrix. Orthogonal matrix and positive
definite matrix. Patition matrix and
their character. Polynomial matrix, differentiation and integration matrix. Jordan form and singular value decomposition. 
Soft skill Attribute 
Active, honesty and discipline 
Study/exam achievements: 
Students are considered to be competent and pass if at least get 40 of maximum mark of the exams (UTS and UAS), structured activity
(group discussion). Final
score (NA) is calculated as follow: 15% assignment + 25% Quiz + 30% UTS + 30% UAS 

Final
index is defined as follow: A : 75 – 100 AB : 70  74.99 B :
65  69.99 BC :
60  64.99 C :
55  59.99 D :
40  54.99 E :
0  39.99 
Forms of Media: 
Slides and LCD projectors, whiteboards 
Learning Methods 
Lecture, assessments
and group discussion 
Literature: 
1.
Abadir, Karim M. dan Magnus, Jan R, 2005, Matrix 2. Anton, Howard,
2000, DasarDasar Aljabar
Linear Jilid 2, Edisi
7, [3] Jacob, Bill, 1990,
Linear Algebra, W.H.Freeman and Co, New York 
Notes: 
