Program Studi Belanda

Program Studi Belanda

PROGRAM SARJANA
PROGRAM STUDI BELANDA
FAKULTAS ILMU PENGETAHUAN BUDAYA UNIVERSITAS INDONESIA

VISI
Menjadi lembaga pendidikan, penelitian, dan pengabdian masyarakat yang terkemuka secara nasional, dan internasional di bidang bahasa, ilmu bahasa, sastra, dan kebudayaan Belanda.

MISI
1. Mengembangkan pendidikan dan penelitian bahasa, ilmu bahasa, sastra, dan kebudayaan Belanda untuk kemajuan dan kesejahteraan manusia;
2. Menghasilkan sumber daya manusia yang handal di bidang bahasa, ilmu bahasa, sastra, dan kebudayaan Belanda;
3. Meningkatkan integrasi pendidikan, penelitian, dan pengabdian masyarakat di bidang bahasa, ilmu bahasa, sastra, dan kebudayaan Belanda.

PROFIL LULUSAN DAN KOMPETENSI

1. Profil Lulusan Sarjana Sastra Belanda

Sarjana bidang Ilmu Pengetahuan Budaya yang mampu berkomunikasi dalam bahasa Belanda dan melakukan pengkajian di bidang bahasa, sastra, dan budaya Belanda.

2. Kompetensi Utama

a. Mampu berkomunikasi secara lisan dan tulisan dalam bahasa Belanda;
b. Mampu menganalisis gejala bahasa Belanda dalam berbagai bidang linguistik;
c. Mampu menganalisis sebuah karya sastra Belanda dengan kritis;
d. Mampu menganalisis perkembangan, sejarah masyarakat Belanda serta hubungannya dengan Indonesia dalam bidang sosial, ekonomi, budaya, pendidikan, agama pada periode tertentu;
e. Mampu menganalisis data dan informasi mengenai bahasa, karya sastra, sejarah masyarakat, dan budaya Belanda.

3. Kompetensi Pendukung

a. Mampu mengemukakan gagasan ilmiah secara lisan dan tertulis dalam bahasa Indonesia dengan menggunakan bahasa Indonesia yang baik dan benar;
b. Mampu menerapkan teori dan metode penelitian budaya;
c. Mampu menjelaskan corak dan dinamika kebudayaan Indonesia;
d. Mampu menguraikan ragam filsafat dan pemikiran modern;
e. Mampu memaparkan manusia dan masyarakat Indonesia kekinian dan hubungannya dengan bangsa lain dalam konteks global;
f. Mampu berkomunikasi secara lisan dan tulisan dalam bahasa Belanda;
g. Mampu menganalisis perkembangan, sejarah masyarakat Belanda serta hubungannya dengan Indonesia dalam bidang sosial, ekonomi, budaya, pendidikan, agama pada periode tertentu.

4. Kompetensi Lainnya

a. Mampu memanfaatkan teknologi informasi komunikasi;
b. Mampu berpikir kritis, kreatif, dan inovatif serta memiliki keingintahuan intelektual untuk memecahkan masalah pada tingkat individual dan kelompok;
c. Mampu menggunakan bahasa lisan dan tulisan dalam bahasa indonesia dan bahasa Inggris dengan baik untuk kegiatan akademik maupun non-akademik;
d. Memiliki integritas dan mampu menghargai orang lain;
e. Mampu mengidentifikasi ragam upaya wirausaha yang bercirikan inovasi dan kemandirian yang berlandaskan etika.

PENGAJAR TETAP PROGRAM SARJANA
PROGRAM STUDI BAHASA BELANDA
FAKULTAS ILMU PENGETAHUAN BUDAYA UNIVERSITAS INDONESIA

 

Andrea Pradsna Paramita Djarwo, M.A
Barbara Elisabeth Lucia P, M.Hum.
Dr. Christina Turut Suprihatin
Dr. Jugiarie Soegiarto
Dr. Lilie Mundalifah Roosman
Eliza Gustinelly, M.A.
Fajar Muhammad Nugraha, M.Si.
Indira Ismail, M.A.
Munif Yusuf, M.Hum.
Dr. R. Achmad Sunjayadi
Triaswarin Sutanarihesti, M.Hum.
Dr. Zahroh Nuriah
Rianti Demerista Manullang, M.A.
Riska Risdiani, M.A.

SEBARAN MATA KULIAH PROGRAM SARJANA
PROGRAM STUDI BELANDA
FAKULTAS ILMU PENGETAHUAN BUDAYA UNIVERSITAS INDONESIA

 

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UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM
DUTCH STUDIES
FACULTY OF HUMANITIES UNIVERSITY OF INDONESIA

VISION

Becoming a leading education, research, and community services institution in the area of Dutch language, linguistics, literature, and culture at both international and national levels.

MISSIONS

  1. To develop education and research in the area of Dutch language, linguistics, literature, and culture as a contribution to the development and progress of humanity.
  2. To maximize the integration of education, research, and community services in the area of Dutch language, linguistics, literature, and culture.
  3. To produce high quality human resources in the area of Dutch language, linguistics, literature, and culture.

GRADUATE PROFILE AND COMPETENCIES

  1. Profile of Dutch Studies Graduate

Graduates of Dutch Studies Program are able to communicate in Dutch and conduct studies in the field of Dutch language, literature and culture.

      2. Main Competencies

  • To be able to communicate in Dutch both orally and in written.
  • To be able to analyse Dutch linguistic phenomena.
  • To be able to apply literary theories to analyse Dutch literary works.
  • To be able to analyse Dutch historical and sociocultural phenomena and their relevance to Indonesia in the fields of economy, culture, education, and religion in certain periods.3. Supporting Competencies
  • To be able to formulate scientific ideas, both orally and in written using the standard Indonesian language.
  • To be able to apply theories and research methods in cultural studies.
  • To be able to explain the characteristics and dynamics of Indonesian culture.
  • To be able to elaborate various philosophical and modern thoughts.
  • To be able to present contemporary Indonesian people and society and their relationships with other nations in the global context.4. Other Competencies
  • To be able to use information and communication technology.
  • To be able to think in a critical, creative, and innovative manner and to have intellectual curiosity to solve problems both individually and in groups.
  • To be able to behave with integrity and to respect others.
  • To be able to identify a variety of entrepreneurial efforts that are characterized by ethical innovation and autonomy.
  • To be able to use both spoken and written Indonesian and English in a correct and proper manner for academic and non-academic activities.

              
    1st SEMESTER2nd SEMESTER3rd SEMESTER
    CodeCourseCreditsCodeCourseCreditsCodeCourseCredits
    UIGE 600001Integrated Personality Development Skills (A)6UIGE 600002Integrated Personality Development Skills(B)6HMPH 600001Philosophy and Modern Thoughts3
    UIGE 600020- 30/ UIGEArts/ Sport1UIGE 600003English3HMAS 600001Indonesian Culture3
    600040- 48
    HMDU 600003Dutch I4UIGE 600010-Religious Instruction2HMDU 630005Dutch III4
    15
    HMDU 600009Dutch Social Institutions3HMDU 600004Dutch II4HMDU 600013Development of Dutch Literature3
    HMDU 600010Dutch Pronunciation3HMDU 600011Introduction to Dutch Literature3HMDU 600014Introduction to Dutch Linguistics3
    HMDU 600012Dutch Social and Cultural History3Elective courses3
    Total17Total21Total19
    4th SEMESTER5th SEMESTER6th SEMESTER
    CodeCourseCreditsCodeCourseCreditsCodeCourseCredits
    HMAS 600004Introduction to Culture Research Methods3HMIN 600001Academic Indonesian3UISH 600001Manand Society in Indonesia3
    HMDU 630006Dutch IV4HMDU 630007Dutch V4HMDU 630008Dutch VI4
    HMDU 600015Dutch Phonetics-Phonology3HMDU 600021Dutch Morphology and Syntax3HMDU 600024Dutch Semantics-Pragmatics3
    HMDU 630018Dutch Text AnalysisHMDU 600019Relations between Indonesian-Netherland AHMDU 600020Relations between Indonesian-Netherland B
    333
    HMDU 600016Dutch Literary Analysis A3HMDU 600022Dutch-Indonesian General Translation3HMDU 600023Dutch-Indonesian Specific Translation3
    Elective courses3HMDU 600017Dutch Literary Analysis B3HMDU 630025Dutch Text Writing3
    Elective courses3
    Total19Total22Total19
    7th SEMESTER8th SEMESTER
    CodeCourseCreditsCodeCourseCredits
    HMDU 600027Dutch Literary Criticism3HMAS 600002Final Assignment5
    HMDU 600031Dutch Teaching3Elective courses4
    HMDU 600028Dutch Sociolinguistics3
    HMDU 600029Development of Art and Building Dutch3
    HMDU 630026Presentation in Dutch Language3
    HMDU 600030Dutch-Indie Literature3
    Total18Total19
    Compulsory courses from the study program98credits
    Compulsory courses from the university andfaculty33credits
    Elective courses13 credits
    Total credits144credits

    The curriculum of The Undergraduate Program Dutch Studies is determined based on Rector’s Decree No. 1579/SK/R/UI/2018 on The Higher Education Curriculum for Dutch Studies Program, Undergraduate Program Faculty of Humanities, University of Indonesia