Kurikulum Baru 2012 (Deskripsi MK)

DESKRIPSI MATAKULIAH KURIKULUM 2012

UNG–101 Pendidikan Agama Islam (3 sks)

Mata kuliah yang menjadi bagian program MKDU ini bertujuan menjadikan ajaran agama islam sebagai sumber nilai dan pedoman yang mengantarkan mahasiswa dalam pengembangan profesi dan kepribadian islami sehingga mahasiswa menjadi insan yang beriman dan bertaqwa, berilmu dan berakhlak mulia. Matakuliah ini mencakup konsep ketuhanan dalam islam, hakekat manusia menurut islam, hukum hak asasi manusia dan demokrasi dalam islam, etika moral dan akhlak, ilmu pengetahuan dalam islam, kerukunan antar umat beragama, masyarakat madani dan kesejahteraan umat, kebudayaan Islam, serta sistem politik Islam.

UNG–102 Pendidikan Agama Kristen Protestan (3 sks)

Mata kuliah yang menjadi bagian program MKDU ini dimaksudkan untuk membantu mahasiswa untuk dapat bertumbuh dan membentuk diri pribadi seutuhnya sebagaimana manusia ciptaan baru dalam Yesus Kristus. Akan dikaji dan dibicarakan dalam mata kuliah ini antara lain: dasar-dasar agama Kristen, pengertian dunia dan manusia, dasar dan akibat, rencana keselamatan dan penggenapannya, iman dan pengabdian, serta tanggung jawab Kristen dalam dunia modern.

UNG 103 Pendidikan Agama Kristen Katholik (3 SKS):

Mata kuliah yang menjadi bagian program MKDU ini mengupayakan peningkatan pemahaman mahasiswa akan konsep dalam gereja, penghayatannya tentang misteri geraja, penggumulannya terhadap tugas gereja, serta kesadaran dan tanggung jawabnya sebagai anggota gereja. Dalam mata kuliah tak hanya paham gereja tentang struktur kepribadian manusia yang akan diungkapkan, akan tetapi juga pahamnya tentang masyarakat adil-makmur akan ikut dipaparkan dan dibahas. Pada akhirnya, para mahasiswa akan diajak menyusun filsafat hidup pribadi yang sesuai dengan paham penggereja dan masyarakat.

UNG 104 Pendidikan Agama Hindu (3 SKS):

Mata kuliah yang menjadi bagian program MKDU ini akan mengajak mahasiswa untuk memperdalam pemahaman dan penghayatan keagamaan yang mantab serta mempertebal keimanan dan mengandalkan kebaktian kepada Sang Hyang Widhi/Tuhan YME. Lewat pengalaman belajar dalam mata kuliah ini, para mahasiswa diharapkan akan menguasai pengertianpengertian mengenai sumber dan ruang agama hindu dan tatwa yang berorientasi pada azas spiritual namun pragmatis. Mahasiswa akan diharapkan akan juga mempelajari berbagai mas’alah kehidupan bermasyarakat dan bernegara serta dasar-dasar kepemimpinan menurut pandangan agama Hindu.

UNG 105 Pendidikan Agama Budha (3 sks):

Mata kuliah ini diacarakan secara khusus untuk membimbing mahasiswa untuk memahami, menghayati, dan mengamalkan Pancasila khususnya sila pertama, lewat dharma dan kebaktian guna mempertebal iman (soddha) dalam menjaga kelangsungan hidup agama, bangsa dan Negara Republik Indonesia yang berdasarkan Pancasila dan UUD 1945.

UNG 106 Pendidikan Agama Konghuchu (3 sks)

Mata kuliah ini mengutamakan peningkatan pemahaman mahasiswa akan konsep beriman dan konfusianisme, penggumulannya pada tugas dan kewajiban sebagai manusia, serta kesadarannya akan tugas dan tanggung jawabnya sebagai pengikut konfusius. Dalam Mata kuliah ini tak hanya paham agama tentang struktur kepribadian manusia saja yang akan diungkapkan, akan tetapi paham tentang masyarakat adil dan makmur akan ikut dipaparkan dan dibahas. Pada akhirnya, para mahasiswa akan diajak untuk menyususn filsafat pribadi yang sama dengan paham konfusionisme dan memasyarakat.

UNG-107 Kewirausahaan (3 sks)

Mata Kuliah Kewirausahaan bertujuan memberikan teori dan dasar-dasar dalam kewirausahaan, yang dapat membekali mahasiswa setelah lulus. Pembahahasan tentang bagaimana menjadi seorang wirausahawan, kendala dalam berwirausaha dan stretegi mengatasinya disampaikan dalam mata kuliah ini.

UNG-108 Pendidikan Kewarganegaraan (3 sks)

Pendidikan Kewarganegaraan bertujuan menghasilkan mahasiswa yang mampu mengembangkan kepribadian selaku warga negara yang berperan aktif dalam menegakkan demokrasi menuju masyarakat madani. Mata kuliah ini mencakup Wawasan Nusantara, Ketahanan Sosial, politik nasional dan strategi nasional, Politik dan Strategi Pertahanan Keamanan Nasional, serta Sistem Pertahanan Keamanan Rakyat Semesta (SISHANKAMRATA).

UNG-109 Bahasa Indonesia (3 sks)

Mata kuliah Bahasa Indonesia ini diarahkan pada pengembangan kemampuan mahasiswa untuk mengungkapkan ide secara baik dan benar baik secara lisan maupun dalam tulisan ilmiah. Oleh karena itu, mata kuliah ini membahas Bahasa Indonesia dalam tulisan ilmiah, EYD, jenis karangan, penalaran dalam kalimat, pilihan kata dan definisi, ringkasan dan resensi, penyusunan kalimat yang efektif, pengembangan paragaraf yang padu dan perencanaan serta penulisan karangan.

UNG-111 Kuliah Kerja Nyata (3 sks)

Mata kuliah ini merupakan suatu kegiatan praktek di lapangan dan diintegrasikan kedalam kegiatan-kegiatan dharma ketiga perguruan Tinggi, yaitu Dharma Pengabdian. Melalui mata kuliah ini para mahasiswa akan melatih diri untuk mengaplikasikan ilmu dan pengetahuan yang diperolehnya lewat pendidikan dan pengetahuan guna kepentingan membangun masyarakat. Melalui mata kuliah ini pula para mahasiswa akan belajar bekerja dan berkarya secara mandiri (secara individu maupun secara berkelompok) dalam rangka pemikiran interdisiplin untuk mengembangkan aspek kognisi, afeksi, dan psikomotor dirinya sebelum meninggalkan kampus sebagai sarjana.

SBE-101 Madurese Studies (2 sks)

Mata kuliah ini memberikan gambaran tentang kebudayaan Madura yang beraneka ragam. Pembahasan yang mendalam akan mengambil tema-tema tertentu dari unsur-unsur kebudayaan Madura. Mata kuliah ini hendak mendeskripsikan unsur-unsur kebudayaan Madura, sehingga mahasiswa dapat membahas masalah-masalah yang dihadapi suku Madura di tengah-tengah perubahan cepat yang sedang terjadi dalam abad ini.

SBE-102 French I (2 sks)

Students will have basic knowledge of communicating in a simple way of French both written and oral; be able to give knowledge of structure and vocabulary in French, as a source of English word formation process.

SBE-103 Japanese I (2 sks)

Students will have basic ability to communicate in a simple way using Japanese language, oral and written. They also acquire adequate understanding of linguistic knowledge about Japanese language structure, thereby enlarging their comprehension and advancing their sensitivity as a future linguist.

SBE-104 Arabic I (2 sks)

This course is aimed to give students the basic concept of Arabic language to support their studies on philology that has correlation with Arabic Malay scripts of which as a sustaining aspect to acquire better Indonesian literature.

SBE-105 Korean I (2 sks)

Students will have basic ability to communicate in a simple way using Korean language, oral and written. They also acquire adequate understanding of linguistic knowledge about Korean language structure, thereby enlarging their comprehension and advancing their sensitivity as a future linguist.

SBE-106 French II (2 sks)

This course is the developments of French I. Students are able to apply French structure and vocabulary, given in the previous semester, to communicate with other people, both oral and written.

SBE-107 Arabic II (2 sks)

The course is aimed to give extensive understanding of Arabic language; be familiar in applying Arabic structure and vocabulary given in the previous semester in communicating with other people, both oral and written.

SBE-108 Japanese II (2 sks)

Students will have extensive knowledge of Japanese language; be able to apply Japanese structure and vocabulary in communicating, both oral and written.

SBE-109 Korean II (2 sks)

The course is aimed to give extensive understanding of Korean language; be familiar in applying Korean structure and vocabulary given in the previous semester in communicating with other people, both oral and written.

SBE-110 Cross Cultural Understanding (2 sks)

Students will develop awareness of the close relationship between language and culture, gain insight into culture differences and the contribution of cross-cultural understanding to the learning of English as a foreign language. The course gives the definition of culture (and sub cultures); essential elements of culture; influence of cultural experience on social perception; rationale for understanding other cultures; major features of English speaking culture: way of life, social values, family values, personal relationships, attitude toward work, time, discipline etc, acceptable manners and conduct, facial expression and body gesture to communicate meaning (kinesics), subcultures (main stream, Black Americans, WASP).

SBE- 201 Introduction to English Literature (3 sks)

Students will have adequate knowledge of the basic facts about the literary genre in English literature and their stages of development, be acquainted with major movements and representatives authors and be motivated to enjoy and appreciate works of each genre.

SBE- 202 Introduction to General Linguistics (3 sks)

Students will have preliminary knowledge of the scientific study of language, as opposed to the traditional approaches to language study and major themes in linguistics. Students will also have adequate knowledge about overview of the nature of language, the various levels of linguistic structure (phonetics, morphology, syntax, semantics); language use (speech acts, pragmatics); different branches of linguistics (historical general, descriptive, comparative, contrastive, structural); traditional grammar.

SBE-203 Translation I (2 sks)

Students will acquire basic knowledge and understanding of the principles of translation, gain insight into the problem in the process of translation, and develop their skills in translating descriptive and expository texts from English into Indonesian. This course provides concepts and theories of translation: definition of translation, major issues in the process of translation: receptive, and productive phases; semantic analysis (grammatical and lexical), transfer from source to target language and reconstruction; referential and connotative meaning, translatability

SBE-204 Translation II (2 sks)

Students will develop skills in translating various texts as they already have acquired the theories in the previous semester. They are also introduced to oral translation activities. The course gives more comprehensive translation’s activities than the previous semester; be able to translate sophisticated texts on a certain text type (non-fiction and fiction prose, poetry, and drama) or in a certain field of interested knowledge. The course also provides students with practicing oral translation.

SBE-205 Interpreting (2 sks)

This course will be focused on the basic theories and practices  of consecutive and simultaneous interpreting. The students will be asked to choose a subject that interest them to be interpreted.

SBE-301 Prose (2 sks)

Students will have adequate knowledge of the general characteristics and development of English fiction, be familiar with the socio cultural backgrounds and themes of major works, and develop the ability to appreciate them. Students will also be provided with the types and forms of fictions; analysis of the elements: settings, plot, characterization, point of view, themes, tones, diction; novels and short stories based on thematic interest, literary merit.

SBE-302 Drama (2 sks)

Students will have adequate knowledge of the general characteristics and development of the drama, be familiar with the socio cultural background and themes of major works, and develop ability to appreciate them. This course gives students a brief survey of the history of drama: Greek comedy and tragedy, medieval drama, Elizabethan drama; developments in 18th-20th centuries in England; types of drama; analysis of the elements: story, action, dialogue, characters, plot, dramatic structure; selection of British plays based on thematic interest.

SBE-303 Poetry (2 sks)

Students will have adequate knowledge and understanding of the imaginative use of language for expressing ideas, feeling and attitudes, be acquainted with various types and forms of English poetry, and develop the ability to appreciate poems written in English. This course provides a brief survey of the origin of poetic expression, the function and purpose of poetry; characteristics of poetry: rhythm (verse pattern), use of imagery, figures of speech,; samples of various types of verse form: the ballad (traditional and modern), the sonnet, the ode, the elegy, various stanza forms, free verse,: approaches to writing a critical appreciation. Selection of actual work is based on thematic interest, literary merit, and students’ level of linguistic competence.

SBE-304 Phonology (2 sks)

Students will acquire an adequate knowledge of the sound systems of English, the skill of identifying and demonstrating the correct production of speech sounds, and the ability to use their knowledge and skill for pedagogic purposes. Students will be provided with knowledge of the production of speech; the speech mechanism; organs of speech; segmental phoneme: vowel, diphthong, consonant, phone, allophone; suprasegmental features: stress, rhythm, intonation, vowel harmony; assimilation, morphophonemic; phonetic and phonemic transcriptions of speech.

SBE-305 Morphology (2 sks)

Students will acquire adequate knowledge and understanding of the principles of morphemic analysis and be able to apply the principles in identifying, classifying, and describing English words. Students will be introduced to the concepts of morphemes and allomorphs as units of grammatical structure; models of description (item and arrangement, item and process); principles of morpheme identification, classification and distribution: bound vs. free morpheme, roots vs. stems, and roots vs. non-roots; inflections and words formation.

SBE-306 Syntax (2 sks)

Students will acquire adequate knowledge and understanding of various approaches to grammatical analysis of sentence structure and be able to develop their skills in analyzing English sentences. This course also provides students with knowledge of sentence construction, sentence types, constituency, and syntactic theories on the principles, procedures, and processes of constructing phrases, clauses, and sentences; traditional, structural and transformational approaches; parsing, IC analysis, TG, 5 syntactic signals for parts of speech, 4 syntactic structures, deep and surface structures, transformation and semantic features.

SBE-307 History of English Literature (2 sks)

Students will have knowledge of general definition and description about English literature; this course introduces poetry, prose and drama; describes history of English literature briefly; This course provides historical sketches of the periods of English literature (British and American) as preliminary background information: old English, middle English, Renaissance, Neoclassical, Romantic, Realistic, Modernist, Postmodernist (British); colonial, revolutionary, romantic, realistic, naturalistic and symbolistic, criticism and conformity, the conventional self (American); an overview of the characteristics of prevailing literary movements by periods a few specific examples of selected works as illustration highlighting the movement; a brief survey of literary and rhetorical devices.

SBE-308 History of English Language (2 sks)

Students will acquire the stages of English development from ancient history until present. This course will explore texts from several stages of English development with an emphasis on one certain text (non-fiction or fiction prose, poetry and drama) or in a certain acquired fields.

SBE-309 Discourse Analysis (2 sks)

Students will develop awareness of the complexity and multifunction of language and linguistics regularities in discourse and be able to analyze text in context, thereby helping them to use text more effectively. This class provides theoretical concepts: structural and functional approaches to language; language and context; language functions; discourse typology and discourse structure: speech situation, speech event, speech act; pragmatics; approaches to discourse skill.

SBE-310 Semiotics (2 sks)

This course aims at providing the students with the knowledge of semiotics and its application in literary study. The course covers the general history of semiotics, the principle of thoughts in semiotics and their applications in literary study.

SBE-311 Stylistics (2 sks)

This course is designed to make the students aware of the relationship between linguistic and literary studies, and provides examples of stylistic analyses in literary study.

SBE-501 Thesis (6 sks)

Students will be able to plan, conduct, and write research in the form of scientific writing. The students write their thesis under guidance of two supervisors.

SBE-111 Listening Comprehension I (2 sks)

Students will acquire the ability to comprehend English spoken at normal speech in every day situation. Identification of stretches of words/phrases, stress and intonation patterns, construction; practice and listening to recorded spoken text (monologues, dialogues, songs) on topic related to real life needs an interest of students such as, daily routines, holidays, direction, flight announcement, telephone messages, reservation of hotel accommodation, description (jobs/location of objects/people’s physical characteristics, etc) as a means of developing listening micro-skills: recognition, selection, short-term memory, inference.

SBE-112 Speaking I (4 sks)

Students will be able to engage confidently in conversation on every day matters using appropriate vocabulary and grammatical structures with emphasis on fluency and acceptable pronunciation stress and intonation. It also provides students with a variety of functions: conversational opening and closing, introduction (self and others), greeting, leave-taking, asking and telling time, asking and giving direction, and thanking and replying thanks, apologizing, giving compliments and replying compliments, describing objects, talking about personal data, etc. as well as topics that are personally relevant to the students in their social life.

SBE-113 Reading Comprehension I (2 sks)

Students will acquire the ability to understand narrative, descriptive, and expository types of text at approximately 5000-word level and be familiar with appropriate (reading) techniques for various reading purposes thereby fostering a lasting interest in reading. The course focuses on the micro skills of skimming, scanning, comprehending, main ideas, and inferencing: reading for the keys of a text, locating specific information in a text; distinguish main ideas from supporting details; deduce meaning and use of unfamiliar lexical items through contextual clues and word formation; identify the relation between parts of a texts through cohesive devices, reference, and logical connectors. Text topic cover a wide range of themes selected for their general appeal such as, tourism, sport events, health, environmental issues, population problems, biographical extracts, magazine articles, current news, etc

SBE-114 Writing I (4 sks)

Students will acquire the basic skills of writing simple paragraph with ease and a fairly high degree of language accuracy; awareness of the importance of lexical and grammatical mastery for purposes of self expressions. It emphasizes the ability to write well-formed sentences in well-organized short paragraphs of narrative, descriptive and expository types of texts; exercises on appropriate use of  cohesive devices, mark of punctuation, choice of word, major grammatical structures and sentence patterns. Topics should, as far as possible, be related to students’ own experiences, such as describing places of residence, responding to a penpal’s letter, describing habitual actions, narrating what happens, explaining a process, etc. The course gives intensive practice of efficient and effective use of monolingual and bilingual dictionaries; making use of genuine recurring errors in students’ composition for class discussion.

SBE- 115 Structure I (4 sks)

Students will acquire working knowledge of the basic grammatical structures of English and the ability to use them in context. Students will have the elements of clauses and simple sentences; agreement of subject and predicate, types and characteristics of major word classes: noun, adjective, verb, adverb; uses of determiners/articles and preposition; forms and meanings of the present simple, past simple and their aspectual features as well as their passive constructions; modal auxiliaries and the various notions they express; gerund as subject, after certain verbs and prepositions, infinitive constructions.

SBE-116 Listening Comprehension II (2 sks)

Students will acquire the ability to comprehend authentic English spoken at normal speech in both formal and informal situations. Students will practice in listening to pre-recorded spoken text (monologues and dialogues) on topics such as, news, documentaries, sport commentaries, interviews, short lectures/talks on a variety of subjects as a means of further developing micro-skills: recognition, selection, inference through note-taking and reproduction exercises.

SBE-117 Speaking II (4 sks)

Students will be able to express themselves confidently in both formal and informal discussion using appropriate vocabulary and grammatical structures with emphasis on fluency and acceptable pronunciation, stress, and intonation. Students are familiar with describing activities, giving opinions, agreeing, disagreeing, giving reasons for agreement/disagreement, interrupting, asking for clarification, responding to criticism and different point of view.

SBE-118 Reading Comprehension II (2 sks)

Students will develop the ability to understand descriptive, expository, and argumentative types of text at approximately 6000-word level and consolidate skills in appropriate reading techniques for various reading purposes thereby helping them to become efficient and independent readers. The course further reinforces skill in both global and intensive reading tasks: overall impression of a text, identifying paragraphs topics, recognizing discourse markers. Text topics cover a wide range of thought-provoking themes.

SBE-119 Writing II (4 sks)

Students will develop the skills of expressing ideas in well-organized paragraphs with ease and a fairly high degree of language accuracy; and to further raise their awareness of the importance of lexical and grammatical mastery for purposes of self expressions. It emphasizes paragraphs unity and development; topic sentences, supporting topic sentences, organization of ideas, coherence. Practice in the writing process: drafting, writing, editing, re-writing. Topics should be within the range of students’ experiences and general knowledge.

SBE-120 Structure II (4 sks)]

Students will acquire working knowledge of the basic grammatical structures of English and the ability to use them in context. Students will have the elements of compound and complex sentences: coordination subordination; noun phrases, adjective clauses; forms and meaning of the verb tenses; revision and expansion of tenses taught in the previous semester, the perfect and perfect progressive, verb forms of futurity, reported speech; revision and expansion of grammar.

SBE-121 Listening Comprehension III (2 sks)

The course is aimed to train and drill students in listening long recorded conversation, speech, lessons, and long stories; students are able to make summary and conclusion of the material given; more practice on listening comprehension exercises as TOEFL.

SBE-122 Speaking III (2 sks)

The course is aimed to train the students to communicate verbally in certain situation, such as delivering speech, describing events, criticizing films or theatre, arguing, etc; special attention is given to various sociolinguistic aspects in English speech community.

SBE-123 Reading Comprehension III (2 sks)

Students will develop their understanding intrigue of scientific texts concerning linguistic and literature. The course provides students with understanding exercises of many texts at the level of TOEFL and more complicated texts from previous one as well as emphasize on implicit meaning of the texts.

SBE-124 Writing III (2 sks)

Students will have the skills of mastering the knowledge and ability to express and write ideas in a well-organized essay with scientific procedures. Practice in the writing process: organizing and developing ideas, titling, selecting a topic, drawing up a work plan (outline), criticizing and analyzing paragraphs.

SBE-125 Structure III (2 sks)

Students will have further knowledge of grammatical structure of English language and its use. By taking this subject, it is hoped that students will be able to use the grammatical structure correctly in an appropriate situation. Furthermore, in this course students will be given a lot of exercises as in TOEFL. Students will acquire extensive understanding of English structure as the preparation to comprehend more complicated structure. The material that will be given includes the exercises using structure and difficult word choices for instance, phrasal verb.

SBE-126 Listening Comprehension IV (2 sks)

The course is aimed to drill students in listening to various types of texts such as, movies, plays, and dramas as well as summarize the materials; more practice on listening comprehension exercises as TOEFL. This course aims at developing listening skill in order to master in listening skill. Besides, this course has students practice to understand English communication of native speakers both formal and informal.

SBE-127 Speaking IV (2 sks)

Students will develop their skills of verbal communication in a high formal situation; be able to deliver their own opinion in discussion, short speeches and debate in English fluently. A certain attention is given to distinguish the various sociolinguistic in the English speaking community.

SBE-128 Reading Comprehension IV (2 sks)

Students acquire extensive knowledge of complicated and long text than the previous semester and highlighting on the analysis of the text sense. The course reinforces skills in reading scientific text rapidly and text book of various fields of science thereby helping them to summarize the texts properly. Students acquire extensive knowledge of complicated and long text than the previous semester and highlighting on the analysis of the text sense. The course reinforces skills in reading scientific texts rapidly and text books especially those related to linguistics and literature.

SBE-129 Writing IV (2 sks)

The course gives more comprehensive writing’s activities than the previous semester. Students are able to express and write ideas in a well-organized composition such as, scientific reports, articles, and chapter II in thesis.

SBE-130 Structure IV (2 sks)

Students will acquire knowledge of advanced skills in grammar that emphasizes the usage of grammar of contextual sentences in the more complex one. This subject reviews the material given in previous semester. In this lesson students will be given a lot of exercises as in TOEFL. Students will acquire knowledge of advanced grammar skill that emphasis the usage of grammar in more complex sentences.

SBE-312 History of Linguistics (3 sks)

Students will have knowledge of main trends in linguistic theory and philosophy of linguistics from ancient times through advent of transformational-generative grammar, includes nineteenth century comparative and historical grammar, Pargue school grammar, American structuralist grammar, major concern of linguistics today

SBE-313 Phonetics (3 sks)

Students will have knowledge of details about English articulatory phonetic and English sounds; practicing students to articulate the English sound as fluent as the native speaker with emphasis on fluency and pronunciation, stress, and intonation.

SBE-314 Semantics (3 sks)

Students will have adequate knowledge of the relationship between message and signs or symbols, and understanding of semantic problems in daily speech and literary language. This class provides students with different approaches to the study meaning of language: types of meaning; basic notion in semantics: sentences, utterances, proposition, references, referents; sense relation: synonymy, antonymy, homonymy, hyponymy, polysemy; denotation, connotation, collocation, colligation; relationship of semantics with syntax and morphology; semantic field theory, universe of discourse.

SBE-315 Pragmatics (3 sks)

This course will help students in understanding language in action, i.e. how a language is used to produce certain actions in social life. Students will be aware of the language use in accordance with the situation and condition of the setting and the interlocutors involved in a speech event.

SBE-316 Sociolinguistics (3 sks)

Students will have adequate knowledge of relation between language and society, particularly language social functions, special relationship between language and social variable (identities and stratification), social aspect of bilingual system and language process efforts.

SBE-317 Psycholinguistics (3 sks)

Students will have adequate knowledge and understanding of the mental processes underlying human ability to acquire and use language, thereby helping them to be sensitive to the problems faced by foreign language learners. The course provides students with major issues in the psychological study of language: language, speech, and thought, language and memory, language and cognitive development, competence and performance, psychological factors and performance (learning, production, perception and comprehension of speech) findings in the study of first language acquisition and second language learning, language development in the child.

SBE-401 Linguistic Research Methodology (2 sks)

Students will have adequate knowledge of the understanding of methods and language analysis technique and its application into the construction of linguistics research design.

SBE-318 Theory of Literature (3 sks)

This course is a study of the principles and criteria of literature, its concept of form and structure, its substance and devices; it includes the nature and function of literature, its types: general, comparative, and national literature.

SBE-319 Advanced Prose (2 sks)

Students will have more about how to analyze the elements of modern English language prose, through novels or short stories profoundly. This course also provides students with the external elements (extrinsic) of the prose which have impact upon the literary works and the development of modern prose. Students, furthermore, will have an extensive reading of a prose as well as the application of certain theories and approaches, be able to reveal the values of literary works and to present them in a whole presentation.

SBE-320 Advanced Poetry (2 sks)

Students will acquire knowledge and understanding of the intrinsic and extrinsic elements of the poem and be provided with an understanding of modern poems from various English poets. Students are able to compare the old English poem with the new one and are familiar with the knowledge and ability to analyze poem. Students will also have an extensive understanding of poem written by poets from Middle English – contemporary English and be acquainted with how to analyze poetry through its intrinsic and extrinsic elements using certain theories and approaches.

SBE-321 Advanced Drama (2 sks)

Students will have an extensive knowledge of values meaning existed in English drama and be able to examine dramas created by many authors from various ages. This course motivates students to comprehend and to clarify authors’ background and aim through literary works and develop the ability to criticize performances and take lessons from its contents. Students will also acquire adequate understanding of how to comprehend the values and meanings of certain drama and analyze using certain theories and approaches as well as present them.

SBE-322 Film Appreciation (3 sks)

Students will learn more about film analysis, film reviews and discussions, period genres and movements in film style, and more. It will provide students an informed opinion that will hopefully make enjoyment of the film medium deeper.

SBE-323 Literary Criticism (2 sks)

Students will have some knowledge of approaches in literary theory and practice and develop the ability to appreciate literary works. It ccontains an overview of theories: mimetic, pragmatic, expressive, objective; intrinsic and extrinsic approaches; theoretical criticism and practical (applied) criticism; types of criticism: impressionistic, historical, textual, formal, judicial, analytical, moral structural; practical application particularly of the intrinsic approach and the objective theory/analytical criticism to individual work

SBE-324 Sociology of Literature (2 sks)

This course will discuss the relationship between a work of literature and the society. Some examples of literary works will be presented in order to make the students aware of this significant relationship.

SBE-325 Creative Literary Writing (2 sks)

Students will develop their latent abilities to write imaginatively, thereby sharpening their sensitivity to the creative use of English as a medium for self expression. The students also acquire exposure to samples of written works demonstrating the creative use of language as a verbal art such as, light verse (parody, limerick, epigrams, nonsense verse, etc), prose, poetry, songs, short stories, diaries, essays, sketch, discussion on the power of the imagination, the creative process and various ways of developing individuals potentialities, elements that make up an effective written, product, writing project for publications.

SBE-402 Literary Research Methodology (3 sks)

Students will acquire an understanding of basic concepts of philosophic thinking as the principles to comprehend and to apply the method of oral and written literary research.

SBE-131 Public Relation (2 sks)

Students will acquire the ability to apply their general language competence to getting across ideas publicly in formal settings. It supplies the principles of effective speech; preparing a speech: knowledge of the subject and awareness of purpose (to inform, persuade, entertain, etc); method of delivery; strategies for creating interests, improving clarity through language, adjustment to various occasions; controlling stage fright.

SBE-132 English For Business (2 sks)

This course is aimed to give understanding to the students about problems related to business correspondence, type of letters, type of business letters, and cooperation proposals.

SBE-133 Journalism (2 sks)

The course is aimed to raise students’ interest in journalism, and to improve students’ competence in using journalistic language, both oral and written, be able to examine journalistic text and re-reproduce it. It is expected that the knowledge will be used to produce their original works

SBE-206 British Studies (2 sks)

Students will acquire an extensive knowledge and understanding of England from its social life, politic, economy, history, culture, philosophy, anthropology, etc. mostly its literature.

SBE-207 American Studies (2 sks)

Students will acquire an extensive knowledge and understanding of America from all aspects: politic, history, philosophy, social, economy, culture, etc, particularly its literature.

SBE-208 Australian Studies (2 sks)

Students will acquire adequate knowledge and understanding of Australia from many aspects such as, politic, history, culture, economy, social life, and much more, in particular from its literature

SBE-326 Systemic Functional Linguistics (2 sks)

This course primarily discusses the theories of functional linguistics proposed by Halliday et al.  Special attention will be given to how the theories emerged and what contribution they give to the study of language for practical reasons.

SBE-327 Contrastive Analysis

This course is aimed to understand the analysis of language comparations (especially Indonesian and English) as well as error analysis in speaking English.

ENG-328 Comparative Literature (2 sks)

This subject includes concepts for understanding and comparing Indonesian and English literary works. This course is designed to enable the students to understand and compare Indonesian and English literature. Selected literary works taken from both are used as examples of how to understand and compare them.

SBE-329 Teaching English as a Foreign Language/TEFL (2 sks)

Students will acquire an extensive knowledge and understanding of teaching-learning processes, gain insight into problems in EFL teaching-learning and be able to judge the strengths and weaknesses of language teaching approaches, methods and techniques relevant to their future job. This course will provide theories of language teaching and learning as well as their practical applications, environmental factors in learning, learner characteristics, syllabus models, methodological principles of teaching receptive and productive skills, current approaches in TEFL, learning assessment, media in EFL teaching, EFL situation in Indonesia (past and present).