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MASTER DEGREE PROGRAM IN APPLIED ENGLISH LINGUISTICS

ACCREDITATION

The Program is accredited ‘A’ by BAN-PT (Badan Akreditasi Nasional Perguruan Tinggi) (download here)

 

ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS

Successful applicants must have i) Bachelor’s degree in English, in Education majoring in English language teaching, or in another field with a minimal GPA of 2.75 and (ii) successfully pass the English Proficiency Test (and have a TOEFL prediction score of 500 or more).

 

ENROLLMENT

New students may enroll at any time for the Ganjil semester (which usually starts in August and ends in December) or the Genap semester (which usually starts in January and ends in May). New students are admitted for the Ganjil semester in March through June and for the Genap semester in September through December each year.

 

CLASS MEETINGS

(Online as well as face-to-face) classes meet Monday through Thursday from 4.30 p.m. until 7.15 p.m. Fridays are reserved for make-up classes and other activities.

 

DEGREE AWARDED

Graduates of the Program are awarded the degree of MLi (Magister Linguistik) or MA in Applied English Linguistics.

 

 

MASTER DEGREE PROGRAM IN APPLIED ENGLISH LINGUISTICS: CURRICULUM

The curriculum is designed in such a way that students learn several applied linguistics subfields, most of which are concentrated in English linguistics. Students must take a total of 42 credits. To satisfy this credit requirement, students must take 12 courses during the first three semesters (i.e., 4 courses per semester), amounting to 36 credits. In addition, there are 6 credits for thesis writing, beginning in Semester IV. Students are expected to complete the program, including the thesis, in 4 to (maximally) 7 semesters. The following list the courses offered by the Program:

 

SEMESTER

Courses

Credits

1

ENL 610 Sociolinguistics

3

ENL 611 Academic Writing For Scholarly Publication

3

ENL 615 Translation

3

ENL 629 Approaches to English Language Learning

3

2

ENL 616 Research Methods and Statistics

3

ENL 620 Exploring Learner Language

3

ENL 622 Global Englishes

3

ENL 626 Corpus Approaches to Language Studies

3

3

ENL 630 Semantics

3

ENL 636 Current Research in Applied Linguistics

3

ENL 638 Language Technology in Applied Linguistics

3

ENL 660 Thesis Proposal

3

4

*ENT 700 Thesis

6

 

*Students must have passed ENL 660 to be eligible to take ENT 700 in semester 4.

 

To ensure that students have uniform and up-to-date knowledge, first year students take pre-program (matriculation) courses for four weeks before they start their first semester. The courses offered are (i) Introduction to Academic Writing, (ii) Introduction to Linguistics, and (iii) Academic Reading and Writing.

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