The English Department was established in 1998 under the Faculty of Letters. In June 2014, the faculty changed its name into the Faculty of Language and Arts. The department was established as a response towards the growing needs of expertise in English language which also makes use of arts as a media of communication. The program was designed to produce graduates who possess oral and written competencies in English language, literature, and teaching. Students in this program can
choose one of the two concentrations offered: linguistics and literature.
Graduation from the program requires the completion of 144 credit hours during 3.5 to 4 years of study.
To develop an academic community competent in teaching, research, and community service in the field on language, literature, and culture in order to shape individuals based on Christian values.
- To provide quality and competitive education in the fields of language, culture, and arts.
- To conduct research and community service in the fields of language, culture, and arts.
- To develop the growth of students’ entrepreneurship skill using their English skills.
- To shape individuals who have high integrity for humanity and society.
- To establish networks with various stakeholders related to education, research, and community service in the fields of language, culture, and arts.
- To produce graduates who are competent in
a. communicating in foreign languages in oral and in written.
b. working as entrepreneur using English skills.
c. adapting in dynamic, creative, and competitive workplaces.
- To conduct research in language, culture, and arts and use the findings to support and develop the surrounding community.
- To serve community through community service activities related to language, culture, and arts.
- To increase job opportunities, research, and community service for students and lecturers through network with stakeholders.
Learning Outcomes and Competencies
The Faculty of Language and Arts
- Graduates are able to communicate In English orally or in written in both academic and non-academic settings.
- Graduates are able to analyze, evaluate, and synthesize salient issues and problems in language, culture, and arts.
- Graduates are able to analyze, evaluate, and synthesize the links between western multiculturalism and Indonesian or local culture) through their language competence.
- Graduates are able to adapt, initiate, think critically and analytically, act confidently, and become individuals who have integrity to: uphold honesty, respect pluralism and human rights in dynamic, creative, and competitive workplace.