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MA DEGREE PROGRAM

ACCREDITATION

The Applied English Linguistics MA program is accredited by the Ministry of Education with A grade valid from 27 December 2016 until 27 December 2021. (download here)

 

ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS

Successful applicants must (i) hold a Bachelor’s degree in English, in Education majoring in English, or in another field with a minimal GPA of 2.75, (ii) have a TOEFL prediction score of 500 or more, and (iii) sucessfully pass an English language entrance test.

 

ENROLLMENT

Students can request an application form at any time for the Ganjil semester (which starts in August and ends in December) or the Genap semester (which starts in January and ends in May). New students are admitted for the Ganjil semester from February to June and for the Genap semester from September to November.

 

CLASS MEETINGS

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.

 

TUITION AND FEES

The tuition and fees for the academic year 2013/2014 are IDR 33.150.000 for the first four semesters’ course work. The above figure is to be used as a guideline, as adjustments may have to be made in subsequent years.

 

DEGREE AWARDED

Graduates are awarded the degree of Magister Humaniora (Master of Arts) in Applied English Linguistics.

 

MASTER’S DEGREE CURRICULUM

The curriculum is designed in such a way that students learn about 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 take twelve 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 two to four years.

 

The following table lists the courses offered:

 

SEMESTER

Courses

Credits

Notes

 

 

1

ENG 625 Academic Writing

3

 

ENG 629 Approaches to English Language Learning

3

 

 

ENG 615 Translation

3

 

ENP 610 Sociolinguistics

3

 

 

 

 

2

ENG 626 Corpus Approaches to Language Studies

3

 

 

ENG 616 Research Methods and Statistics

3

 

 

ENG 603 Psycholinguistics

3

 

ENP 620 Exploring Learner Language

3

 

 

 

3

ENG 630 Semantics

3

 

ENG 611 English for Specific Purposes

3

 

ENG 660 Thesis Proposal

3

 

ENP 630 Linguistic Field Research

3

Students choose one of these two courses.

ENP 631 Classroom Research

3

4

ENG 700 Thesis

6

Students must have passed ENG 660 to be eligible to take ENG 700.

 

To ensure that students have uniform and up-to-date knowledge, first year students must take pre-program (matriculation) courses for four weeks before the semester starts. The courses offered are (i) Introduction to Academic Writing, (ii) Introduction to Linguistics, (iii) English Phonetics & Phonology, and (iv) English Morphology & Syntax.

 

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