English Literature
Universitas Dian Nusantara / Academic Program / Faculty of Business and Social Sciences / English Literature
English Literature
Universitas Dian Nusantara / Academic Program / Faculty of Business and Social Sciences / English Literature
Faculty of Business and Social Sciences
Study Program Description
English Literature Study Program, students learn to improve their English skills and increase their insight and knowledge about the literary and cultural aspects of the English speaking community. Students studying English will learn about linguistic aspects which include phonology, semantics, and morphology to provide a strong foundation in mastering English. Then, students learn about English Literature through courses in prose, poetry, drama, comparative literature, contemporary world literature, cinema studies, and popular culture. Literary studies courses will provide students with the provision to think critically and analytically in reviewing and reviewing literary works and connecting them with the context of today's life.
Lecture activities in the English Literature Study Program are carried out in a hybrid manner in the form of a combination of face-to-face lectures and online learning. Through the guidance of lecturers, students learn in groups to develop collaborative work skills and communication skills. Lecture assignments are given orally and in writing to train and improve literacy skills in Indonesian and English.
In order for students to have supporting skills in the world of work, students learn about entrepreneurship and digital literacy. The English Literature curriculum also provides three concentration options such as translation, teaching English, and applied literature that equip students with job skills in the business world.
Vision and mission
"To become a Trusted and Professional Study Program with Global Insight, to meet the needs of the Industrial and Entrepreneurial World in Financial Management, Marketing Management, Human Resource Management and Operational Management by 2030"
  1. Organizing Teaching, Research, and Community Service (PkM) in the fields of linguistics, translation, and teaching English that are quality, reliable and professional.
  2. Developing students' abilities and skills through various activities to meet the needs of industry and entrepreneurship on an ongoing basis in the fields of linguistics, translation, and teaching English.
  3. Provide facilities and infrastructure to support teaching and learning processes in the fields of linguistics, translation, and teaching English beyond the quality standards of National Higher Education.
  4. Implementing effective and efficient study program management through a harmonious and productive work environment. Building synergistic cooperation and relationships with all stakeholders in the fields of literature and English.
Study Program Objectives
  1. Producing graduates who are intelligent, noble, ethical, competent, and highly competitive and able to develop science and technology in the fields of linguistics, translation, and teaching English, both at national and global levels.
  2. Producing superior and innovative research that encourages the development of science and technology in the fields of linguistics, translation, and teaching English on a national and global scale;
  3. Producing community service as a result of educational and research activities in the fields of linguistics, translation, and teaching English in order to help empower the community to be able to solve problems intelligently, independently, and sustainably;
  4. Realizing the independence of study programs that are adaptive, creative, proactive, and qualified to the demands of technological developments that have an impact on the realization of good university governance.
Study Program Target
  1. The creation of a conducive academic atmosphere is supported by the entire academic community.
  2. Producing graduates in study programs who are able to work professionally and independently.
  3. Availability of facilities and infrastructure in the implementation of the teaching and learning process
  4. The realization of a trusted governance system according to university standards guided by the National Higher Education National Standard.
  5. The realization of synergistic cooperation with various stakeholders in improving the quality of the activities of the Tridharma of Higher Education.
Why Choose an English Literature Study Program?
Undira's English Literature Study Program has been accredited 'Good' by BAN PT. In addition, Undira's English Literature Study Program is a member of the English Studies Association in Indonesia and this means that the curriculum of the study program refers to the standard achievements set by the Association of English Study Programs throughout Indonesia. The curriculum of the study program is also prepared through discussion activities with the industrial world. Undira's English Literature Study Program also collaborates with the Indonesian Translators Association (HPI) and other organizations that aim to improve the academic and non-academic abilities of Undira students.
The Undira English Literature Study Program complements students' insight and knowledge by holding regular seminars/webinar and inviting speakers from professional groups and organizations from within and outside the country. Visit Undira's English Literature channel on YouTube to see recordings of webinars that have been held.
Job Prospects for Graduates of the English Literature Study Program
Graduates of the English Literature Study Program will earn a Bachelor of Literature (S.S.) degree. An English Literature graduate can work in language-related fields such as being a writer, content writer, editor in publishing, translator, interpreter, teacher/instructor, or becoming a journalist/reporter. Graduates of the English Literature Study Program can work in government as State Civil Assistants (ASN), TNI, Police, or BUMN employees with their English language skills, digital literacy, analytical thinking skills and creative work.
English Literature Study Program Curriculum.
The English Literature Study Program curriculum equips students with basic English skills in terms of listening, speaking, reading, writing, and grammar. These skills will support the learning process in the field of literary and cultural studies. In the field of literary and cultural studies, students learn to appreciate literary works and examine them critically and analytically through class discussions and writing papers. In preparation for doing research and scientific writing, students study philosophy and logic.

Table Distribution of Courses Per Semester
Curriculum 2022 (Regular MBKM)

The list of course distributions in the MBKM 2022 curriculum for the Management Studies Program is shown in table-6

Semester 1
  • English
  • Pancasila
  • Reading & Writing 1
  • Listening & Speaking 1
  • Grammar 1
  • English Pronunciation
  • Cross Cultural Communication
Semester 2
  • Character Education
  • Entrepreneurship 1
  • Reading & Writing 2
  • Listening & Speaking 2
  • Grammar 2
  • Public Speaking
  • Intro to Linguistics
Semester 3
  • English 1
  • Religious Education
  • Reading & Writing 3
  • Listening & Speaking 3
  • Grammar 3
  • Intro to English Literature
  • English Phonology
Semester 4
  • Citizenship
  • Reading & Writing 4
  • Listening & Speaking 4
  • Grammar 4
  • English Poetry
  • English Prose
  • Entrepreneurship 2
Semester 5
  • Media Literacy
  • English Drama
  • Cinema Studies
  • Introduction to English Language Teaching
  • English Speaking Societies Study
  • Introduction to Language Translation
  • Introduction to Indonesian Linguistics
Semester 6
  • Creative Writing
  • Philosophy
  • English Semantics
  • Elective course (Applied Literature stream)
    • Adaptation studies
    • Intro to Cultural Studies
    • Literary Criticism
  • Elective course (Translation stream)
    • English to Indonesian Translation
    • Business Text Translation
    • Text Editing
  • Elective course (English Language Learning stream)
    • Lesson Planning
    • Media Development in ELT
    • Second Language Learning
Semester 7
  • English Morphosyntax
  • English Proficiency
  • Logics
  • Elective course (Applied Literature stream)
    • Cinema studies
    • Comparative Literature
    • Theater studies
  • Elective course (Translation stream)
    • Interpreting
    • Legal Text Translation
    • Subtitling
  • Elective course (English Language Learning stream)
    • Assessment in ELT
    • Classroom Management
    • Peer Teaching
Semester 8
  • Thesis Writing
  • Popular Culture
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