The curriculum of English Language Educatin Study Programme (ELESP) consists of 44 subjects or 150 credits. 20 These subjects are classified as compulsory and elective. These compulsory subjects are further divided into three: national, university, department-level subjects. National-level compulsory subjects includes, for example, Religion, Pancasila (the 5 Principle of Indonesia), the Indonesian Language, and Civics; the university-level compulsory subjects are, for instance, Teaching profession, Leadership, and Entrepreneurship; whereas the department-level compulsory subjects, among many others, are Intensive English Course (IC), English Phonetic and Phonology, English Poetry, Curriculum and Material Development, Quantitative Research on Language, and Thesis Writing. Some examples of elective subjects are Translation, Interpreting and English for Tourism. ELESP offers a variety of subjects which meets the programme and university objectives, and adheres to the national curriculum.
Furthermore, ELESP offers subjects that have prerequisites, which strengthen the foundational theoretical and practical-driven aspects of a certain subject. For example, the Intensive English Course subject is a prerequisite for Writing for Professional Context, whereas Writing for Professional Context is a prerequisite for Writing for Academic Purposes. Another example is Poetry subject is a prerequisite for Prose, and Translation and Interpreting are prerequisites for Translation and Interpreting Practice subject.
As candidates of English teacher is what ELESP educates for, ELESP designs the curriculum in a way that it supports students in satisfying all necessary qualifications for future employment through the provision of theoretical and practice-laden courses.
This effort is important to sharpen students expertise in specialized courses such as Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Language Learning, Internship, lab exercises, and field study. Various teaching methods such as case study, modeling, and role play are implemented in order to ensure integration between theory and practice.
In the current Merdeka Belajar Kampus Merdeka (MBKM) – Freedom to Learn, Independent Campus programme ELESP has provided elective courses in semester 5 which allow students to take elective courses in the study programme or courses in other universities. This programme also provides opportunities for students when they are in semester 7 to join projects such as humanity projects, independent study, internship, student exchange, research, and entrepreneur project.
Submission of Students' Grades to SIAT
Final Examination Week
Final Day of Odd Semester