- Able to analyze problems and produce scientific work related to the studies of language, literature, and culture, using the right method creatively, comprehensively, and contextually.
- Able to comprehend the theoretical concepts related to the studies of linguistics, literature, and culture in order to solve procedural problems related to the studies of language, literature, or culture.
- Able to use English language appropriately based on the context of communication.
- Able to make right decision independently and professionally, for issues related to English language research, teaching, and translation.
- Able to take responsibility for analysis on language, literature, and culture, to complete the analysis on time, and to conduct the analysis with full integrity individually and in groups.
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.