Upon completion of their study, graduates must be able to be: (a) adaptive, (b) accountable, (c) critical, and (d) professional.
- Adaptive: Graduates are able to adapt and anticipate all changes occurring in their job fields and environment.
- Accountable: Graduates are able to be morally and intellectually responsible for their choices and decisions.
- Critical: Graduates are able to rationally identify and analyze phenomena or situations according to scientific principles.
- Professional: Graduates are able to apply their English skills professionally in their profession related to language, literature, and culture.