Module Handbook
Module Name 
Boundary Value Problems 
Module Level 
Bachelor 
Abbreviation,
if applicable 
MAT305 
Subheading,
if applicable: 
 
Courses
included
in
the module, if applicable 
 
Semester/term 
5th / Third Year 
Module coordinator(s): 
Dr. Windarto, M.Si. 
Lecturer(s) 
Dr. Windarto, 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
78 hours per semester 2.6ECTS 
Credit Points 
2 
Requirements 
Partial
Differential Equations 
Learning
goals/competencies 
General Competence
(Knowledge) able to
implement boundary condition theory to solve linear partial differential
equations analytically or numerically. Specific Competence : 1. determine Fourier series of a bounded
periodic function. 2. solve a SturmLiouville
boundary value problem of a linear ordinary differential equation. 3. solve a boundary value problem of a
linear partial differential equation. 4. solve a second order differential
equation with boundary condition by using finite difference method. 5. solve a linear diffusion equation
with boundary condition by using finite difference method. 6. solve a linear transport equation equation with boundary condition by using finite
difference method. 7. solve a linear wave equation equation with boundary condition by using finite
difference method. 8. solve Laplace equation boundary
condition by using finite difference method. 
Content 
Fourier series, SturmLiouville
boundary value problem, boundary value problem in partial differential
equation, finite difference method for linear partial differential equation. 
Soft
skill attribute 
Disciplinary
and activity 
Study/exam achievements 
Students are considered pass if he/she has final score at least 40. The final
score (FS) is calculated as follow : 10%
softskill + 20% assignment + 20% quiz +
25% middle
term + 25% final term 

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 
LCD projectors
and whiteboards 
Learning Methods 
Lecture, question and answer 
References 
1.
R.A. Bernatz,
2010, Fourier Series and Numerical Methods for Partial Differential
Equations, John Willey & Sons, Inc. 2.
Boyce, W.E. and DiPrima, R.C., 1992, Elementary Differential Equation
and Boundary Value Problems, Fifth Edition, JohnWiley, New York. 3.
Zill,
Dennis G, 1982, A First Course in
Differential Equations with Applications, 2^{nd} Edition, Prindle, Weber & Schmid,
Boston. 4.
Richard Haberman,
1998, Elementary Applied Partial Differential Equations, 3^{rd}
Edition, Prentice Hall. 
Notes 
 