Course Description

  1. University Compulsory Courses

 

  • Buddhism I (AGB101)

This course discusses about the principle of the One Almighty God in UDANA VIII scripture, the birth of P. Sidarta for 6 years and the accomplishment of perfect enlightment to be Buddha, the development of Dharma in Taman Isipatana and the establishment of Sangha, the truth laws applied in 31 natural life, Alam Arupa Loka, Rupa Loka and Karma Loka, as well as Karma Law.

  • Khong Hu Chu I (AGC101)*

This course discusses about: a) Learning the knowledge, the values and the model of Khong Hu Chu practice, b) Encouraging to be Junzi (a virtuous human) which harmonizes the relation between Tian (God), Di (Universe) and Ren (Human), C) Enhancing Five Society Relation (Wu Lun), applying ZhiRen Yong principles (Wise, Love and Brave) as the real manifestion to glorify Tian, d) Giving respect to the anchestor and e) Learning the essential virtue values in life.

  • Hinduism I (AGH101)

This course discusses about: a) The God’s conception (Brahma Widya), b) The Catur Marga Yoga, c) The principle of being Hindu I, d) The principle of being Hindu II, e) The Ethics and Morality, f) Technology Science in Hinduism Perspective I, II, g) The harmony of religious life, h) Jagadhita work community, i) Culture as Hinduism Learning Experience, j) Politics in Hinduism Perspective, Hindu in designing the upholded justice.

  • Islam I (AGI101)

The course of Islam I discusses about: a) The God’s concept in Islam, b) The faith, the piety and their implementations in life, c) The human principle in Islam, d) The law, human right and democracy in Islam, e) The Islamic law and Indonesian Islamic contribution, f) The ethics, morality and characters, g) Science and technology in Islam, h) Civil society, i) The harmony of religious life, j) Islamic Economics and the prosperity of the people, k) Culture and art in Islam, and l) Islamic political system.

  • Catholics I (AGK101)

This course learns about: a) The One Almighty God, b) Human beings, c) Moral ethics, d) The dialogue and the harmony of religious life, e) Science, Technology and Catholics belief, f) Culture and Catholics belief, g) The faith and political social, h) Law, human right and democracy.

  • Protestants I (AGP101)

This course offers some issues covering about the Protestants as the religion belief which teaches the values and guidance to develop the Christian characters in upholding the dignity of human beings. This course is presented based on the component of competency based-curriculum (or known as KBK or Kurikulum Berbasis Kompetensi) which consists of the competency, the substance of the study, study sub and all learning process included methodology and evaluation. The substance of the study is a topics applied by Ditjen Dikti on SK number 38/Dikti/Kep/2002.

  1. Indonesian (BAI101)

This course offers some materials about: a) The history, function and the position of Indonesian, b) The language difference, c) The spelling writing improvement, effective sentence and paragraph development, d) Writing scientific articles (Scientific articles systematics, quotation technique, compliling references technique and the work in scientific writing, e) Scientific presention.

  1. Zero Shokyu Nihongo (Beginner Japanese Learning) (BAJ102)

This course discusses about: 1) The use of noun in sentence structure, 2) The use of verb in sentence structure, 3) The use of adjective in sentence structure, 4) The use of comparison expression in sentence structure, 5) The use of willingness expression in sentence structure, 6) The use of offer and invitation expression in sentence structure, 7)  The use of permission and prohibition expression in sentence structure, 8) The use of obligation and necessity in sentence structure, 9) The use of ability expression in sentence structure, 10) The use of certainty, probability and possibility expression in sentence structure, 11) The use of futsutai form in sentence structure.

  1. Hyoki (Basic level of Japanese Letters Writing) (BAJ107)

In this course, the materials focuses on learning the basics of Japanese letters, such as: 1) Hiragana, 2) Katakana and 3) 200 basic level of Japanase kanji.

  1. Hatsuon (Pronounciation) (BAJ109)

Speech organ, the pronounciation of Hiragana letters (A,I,U,E,O; Ka,Ki.Ku,Ke,Ko; Sa, Shi, Su, Se, So; Ta, Chi, Tsu, Te, To) and the vocabularies formed by those letters. Doing practices of listening and pronouncing the sound of the letter from the line of NA letters, the line of MA letters, the line of YA letters, the line of RA letters and WA letters, doing practices of listening and pronouncing the line of ZA, DA letters and the line of PA, BA letters, as well as N letter with its sound variations and the line of Kya letters. Doing practices of listening and pronouncing the line of HA, SHA, CHA, RYA letters, double and long sound. Mukashibanashi video (Urashima Taro, Yuki Onna, Musubi Koroorin), the accent in Japanese. Erin Chosen video, the conversation in simple Japanese (Minna no Nihongo chapter 8,9,10). Watching Erin Vol 1 CD, sentence structure, instruction and conversation in simple Japanese (Minna no Nihongo chapter 17,18).

  1. Introduction to Cultural Science (BUK101)

This course discusses about (1) Human and culture relation, (2) Human and civilization, (3) Cultural contents, (4) Cultural form (5) Cultural institutions, (6) Cultural system and value.

  1. Pancasila (NOP103)

This course consists of a) Pancasila in the study of Indonesia history, b) Pancasila as the national principle (the position of Pancasila in law system in Indonesia, the philosophical aspects of Pancasila, the values of Pancasila as open ideology and Pancasila as the source of all state law sources in Indonesia, c) Pancasila as the state ideology, d) Pancasila as the philosophical system, e) Pancasila as the moral and ethic system, f) Pancasila as the primary value of science development.

  1. Introduction to Philosophy and Dialectical Thinking (PHB102)

This course is about the foundation of scientific study which leads the students to be able to have logical-scientific thinking as well as understanding the scope of the figure and the major genres in philosophical thinking development which affect the science improvement in general, and literature science particularly.

  1. English I (BAE111)

This course discusses about grammatical structure of English with special practices to improve the skills of the students related to their English competencies, both oral and written from English to Indonesian or vice versa. Besides, the students are expected to have ELPT competencies to supporttheir cognitive skill in English.

  1. Shokyu Nihongo (Basic level of Japanese) (BAJ103)

Required Course: Passeded Zero Shokyu Nihongo (Beginner Japanese Learning).

This course is the continuance course of Zero Shokyu Nihongo (chapter 21-41). The materials are about the types of basics pattern in Japanese, such as: expressing/explaining reason, expressing personal opinion, using noun phrase (clause in a sentence), expression suggestion, using verb related to time concept, using the structure of general sentence (non-formal), using potential verb, using will/plan, using verb related to previous activity (preparation), suggestion, imperative, prohibition, using giving-receiving sentence structure (juju hyougen), using requirement sentence structure (joukenbun), using passedive voice, using imperative and prohibition sentence, using probabiility sentence.

 

  1. Shokyu Chokai (Basic level of listening) (BAJ104).

Required Course: Passeded Hatsuon (Pronounciation).

This course discusses about the story, conversation and question-answer whichare adapted with the basic level of language.

  1. Dokkai Nyumon (Basic level of Reading Comprehension) (BAJ106).

In this course, the materials focuses on the reading texts as the main discussion,such as: Koukousei 3.985 nin ni Kikimashita, Takarakuji Ganbaru Taimu, Souzou Doubutsu, Edo Jidai, Sumou, Shousetsuka no isshou, Okinawa, Terebi Housou, Ko-hi-wo Nomu koto, Nihongo de Onegaishimasu, Shourai, Space Suttle noseikatsu wa dou desuka., Ninja, Hiru gohan wa dokode? Nani wo?, Watashi no Shippai, Nihon de ichiban, Ichi gatsu tsuitachi, 20 Seiki no yosou, Oogoe Taikai, Anata no Kuni dewa?, Jidouhanbaiki, Doubutsu no Me. 55 Nen kakatte go-ruin shita Nihon jin Senshu, Keshitaimono, Taitaanikku,. Joushiki, reading texts from the question of Noryokushiken Dokkai N4 and N5.

  1. Kanji Nyumon (Basic level of Kanji) (BAJ108).

Required Course: Passeded Hyoki (Basic level of Japanese Letters Writing).

This course focuses on learning 200 basic level of Kanji, such as: Bushu Kanji, kanji expressing the relation among human, Adjective form kanji, moving meaning kanji, affix form kanji, position meaning kanji, state administrative institutions meaning kanji, verb form kanji, nouns kanji formed by the combination of kanji (jukugo), hobbies form kanji, verbs kanji which have opposite meaning, wedding ceremony form kanji.

 

  1. Introduction to General Linguistics (LII101)

This course aims to help the student in understanding the language science as the basics of knowing the discourse forming and the basics of language study. The topics also cover (1) the definition, the characteristics, the function and the linguistics research model, (2) the linguistics clasification from micro to macro, (3) the basics of linguistics genre.

  1. Citizenship (NOP104)

This course is about the situational concept and descrip tion related to the reinforcement of citizen character within the nation and country life, the act of facing the actual situation related to the national condition which covers: Civic Education (or known as PKn which stand for Pendidikan Kewarganegaraan) as the orientation of character reinforcement, national identity, country and constitution, the right and obligation of the citizen, Indonesian democry, State law and human right, Archipelago knowledge as Indonesia geopolitics, Indonesia National Defence and National integration. The understanding framework is related to globalization phenomenon, human right and democracy (politic and economy) as well as the dinamic of actual Indonesia, such as anti-corruption education.

  1. Philosophical Science (PHB101)

Philosophical science offers materials about: a) The history of philosophical science, b) The relation of philosophy, philosophical science and science, c) The role of philosophical science in the science development, d) The role of scientific thinking genre toward the variety of science, e) the foundation of science studies (ontology, epistemology and axiology), f) Scientific thinking method, g) The truth things, h) The relation between culture toward Science and Technology.

  1. Introduction to General Literature (SSJ101)

This course consists of the comprehension of literature work principle, literature study branches and the relation of literature and other supportive science.

  1. Shodo (Japanese Calligraphy) (BAJ305)

In this course, the students are learned about:

  • The techniques of writing Japanese letters aesthetically using ink and brush as well as special medium, like horizontal, vertical, curved and corner line writing practices.
  • The practices of writing based on the pressure and thickness of the line from the letters written. Through the aesthetical and regular writing competencies, the students are expected to comprehend the fineness as well as the philosophical meaning behing the Japanese letters, particularly Kanji letters. In the last, it is also expected to improve the interest and ability of the students to deepen their Japanese letter and kanji as well.
  1. Kaiwa Nyumon (Basic level of Conversation) (BAJ105)

This course discusses about the conversation with daily life theme as well as doing the simple presentation based on student closest theme. The goal is to stimulate the idea or thought of the students in exercising the conversation and presentation using the correct grammatical structure given in their first and second semester. The given themes are included: Introduction (自己紹介), Invitation (誘う), Travelling (旅行), Hobbies (趣味っておもしろい!), Famous figure in my country(私の国の有名な人), Direction (どうやって行きますか), What I like an I do not like from Japan (日本の好きなことときらいなこと) and Asking help (頼む).

 

  1. Shocukyu Nihongo (Pre-Intermediate level of Japanese) (BAJ203).

Required Course: Passeded Shokyu Nihongo (Basic level of Japanese).

This course discusses about the principal of sentence structure and expression in pre-intermediate level or N4 Japanese Language Proficiency Test. The structures of the sentence learned in this course are about probability expression, requirement sentence (Jokenbun), time-related expression, causative sentence, politeness sentence (keigo), general form sentence (futsukei), Jibun to aite to no kankei.

  1. Shochukyu Chokai (Pre-Intermediate level of listening) (BAJ205)

Required Course: Passeded Shokyu Chokai (Basic level of listening).

This course discusses about the conversation of Japannese native speaker using grammatical structure of pre-intermediate level (Level N4-3 JLPT) and other communication forms, such as: announcement and etc.

  1. Shochukyu Dokkai (Pre-Intermediate level of Reading Comprehension) (BAJ209)

Required Course: Passeded Dokkai Nyumon (Basic level of Reading Comprehension).

This course is designed to practice the student to be able to read and understand the context of the text as well as able to use demonstrative pronoun, pronoun and particle precisely within a text.

  1. Nichijo Kanji (Daily Kanji) (BAJ211)

Required Course: Passeded Kanji Nyumon (Basic level of Kanji)

This course is a continuance course of Kanji Nyumon. In this course, the materials focus on 250 new kanji, such as kanji used to symbolize the vocabulary of season, job, journey, transportation, tools name, economic vocabulary, feeling expression, part of body, adjective, geography, electronic devices, university details, CV kanji, history and abstract idea.

  1. Sakubun Nyumon (Basic level of Writing) (BAJ213)

This course consists of manner and method of writing style in genkoyoshi covering some themes, such as: Jiko Shokai (Introduction), Watashi no Kazoku (My Family), Kino tabeta mono (What I ate yesterday), Watashi no shumatsu (My weekend), Jibun no Mono no Setsumei (The description about the things I have), Watashi no Kaban no Naka (The things in My bag), Sukina Tabemono (My favorite food), Watashi no Shumi (My hobbies), Moshi ~tara (If~), Watashi no Yume (My dreams).

  1. Nihongogaku Nyumon (Introduction to Japanese Study) (LIJ301)

This course offers the linguistics branches material in general, such as 1) Phonology, 2) Phonetics, 3) Morfology, 4) Syntax, 5) Semantics, 6) Pragmatics and 7) Sosiolinguistics.

  1. Nihon Shakai Nyumon (Introduction to Japanese Society) (SOJ202)

This course discusses about 1) ie system, 2) a change of family system from ie to kaku kazoku, 3) a change of Japanese society, 4) Japanese society: Formation criteria in a group and the structure in a group, 5) current Japanese society, 6) Japanese education system, 7) Job and worker variety, 8) minorities group: Etnics and discrimination, 9) Young Japanese group, 10) Woman in work and household life.

  1. Nihon Bunka Nyumon (Introduction to Japanese Culture) (SOJ301)

This course concerns on giving material about Japanese life ritual from their birth to their death, religion, matsuri, wedding system and habit (shukan).

  1. Nihon Bungaku Nyumon (Introduction to Japanese Literature) (SSJ201)

This course discusses about the special characteristics and aesthetic conventions of Japanese literature in general.

  1. Computer Application (SIK201)

In this course, the material focuses on office programs, particularly the office which has a Japanese letters based, searching theory and internet as well.

  1. Nihon Seiji (Japanese Politics and Goverment) (SOP327)

This course offers a learning material on how modern Japanese politics system and government can be distinguished from the similar system in different countries.

  1. Chukyu Nihongo (Intermediate level of Japanese) (BAJ204)

Required Course: Passeded Shocukyu Nihongo (Pre-Intermediate level of Japanese)

This course offers materials about: turning verb into noun using koto and no particles, compound sentence using time-related, compound sentence using if, compound sentence using conjunctions, compound sentence using cause and effect, compound sentence using rejection, phrase which has function as particle.

  1. Chukyu Chokai (Intermediate level of Listening) (BAJ206)

Required Course: Passeded Shochukyu Chokai (Pre-Intermediate level of listening)

This course is a continuance of Shochukyu Chokai, which give a listening practices from the recorded materials related to some themes about Japanese traditional culture, Japanese transportation development, Japanese disaster management, Japanese cooking procedures, News of Japanese society consumption data and Japanese folklore. Besides, the course also offers some practices of Chokai Nouryokushiken N3 question materials.

  1. Nichijo Kaiwa (Daily Conversation) (BAJ207)

Required Course: Passeded Kaiwa Nyumon (Basic level of Conversation)

This course is a continuance of Kaiwa Nyumon (Basic level of conversation). The students are those who take their fourth semester, practicing a role-play conversation (having conversation with correct Japanese expression based on the asked situational contexts), delivering opinion, doing a small debate/discussion with Japan theme and having introduction in an interview situation with the native speaker. The themes used in this course is going to be close and familiar with the daily life of the students and is easily applied to be used for having interaction with the Japanese native speaker in Indonesia and Japan as well, such as:「頼む」Asking help to a higher position person,「許可を求める」asking permission,「国の料理の作り方を説明する」explaining how to cook Indonesian food,「アドバイスを挙げる・もらう」giving and receiving suggestion,「意見を言おう」delivering opinion,「日本のいいことと良くないことについて意見を言おう」giving opinion about what is good and bad about Japan and also「面接を受ける」having interview session with the native speaker.

  1. Chukyu Dokkai (Intermediate level of Reading Comprehension) (BAJ210)

Required Course: Passeded Shochukyu Dokkai (Pre-Intermediate level of Reading Comprehension)

This course is a continuance of Shocukyu Dokkai. This course gives some exercises to improve students skills in comprehending the reading materials with some variety topics based on three major theme, they are culture, literature and linguistic. Besides, the students are also trained to read a chart or image related to the texts using special expressions and descriptions such as intermediate grammatical structure learned in Chukyu Nihongo course. The themes are 適職判断テスト(A test which determine the suitable job for us), 敬語は必要か(Is keigo needed), コンビニ(Convinient store), むじな怪談(Flat faced-ghost story), 祗園祭り(Gion matsuri/festival), メディア時代(media era), 日本の旅行ガイド(Japanese tourism object guidance), あいづち(Aizuchi), ありがとう(Thank you), ことわざのおもしろさ(Proverb interesting side), 昔話について(About folklore), 玄関(Genkan), 日本人とthe students are also given some exercise to read chart or image related to reading texts using special expression and description both in main and supplement texts containsing JLPT N3 questions.

  1. Chukyu Kanji (Intermediate Kanji) (BAJ212)

Required Course: Passeded Nichijo Kanji (Daily Kanji)

This course is a continuance of Nichijo Kanji (Daily Kanji). In this course, the materials focuses on 250 Kanji covering kanji denoting personality and feeling of human, kanji denoting human relationship, kanji explaining the relation between nature and daily life in Japan, such as traffic, school and society as well as verb kanji indicating moving. Besides, this course also learns about kanji denoting verb kanji.

  1. Shochukyu Sakubun (Pre-intermediate level of Writing) (BAJ214)

Required Course: Sakubun Nyumon (Basic level of Writing)

This course discusses about: 1) the technique of writing a requesting email, 2) the technique of writing a food recipe, 3) the technique of writing a place you want to visit, 4) the technique of writing an information in Japanese, 5) the technique of writing a comparison text, 6) the technique of writing an important thing, 7) the technique of making a poster in Japanese, 8) the technique of writing a CV.

 

  1. Nihon Jijo (Japanese Institution)

This Course discusses about the geographical condition, food and cuisine, housing, daily life, Japanese work and occupation, traditional entertainment, sport, ettiquette and sensation, industry and enviromental problem. By learning this course, the students are hoped to gain further comprehensive information regarding Japan.

 

  1. Kodai Nihon Shi (Ancient Japanese History) (SJD206)

In this course, the material discusses about the origin of Japanese race, the emergence of Japanese kingdom and its development, as well as the cultural product dominated until 1868 (Meiji Era).

  1. Nihon Bungaku Shi (Japanese Literature History) (SJS301)

Required Course: Passeded Nihon Bungaku Nyumon (Introduction to Japanese Literature)

This course consists of the history exposure about Japanese literature development from classic to modern.

  1. Imiron (Semantics) (LIJ302)

Required Course: Passeded Introduction to General Linguistics and Nihongogaku Nyumon (Introduction to Japanese Study)

This course offers materials about 1) Meaning concept covering the characters of Japanese vocabulary, different meaning, idiom, figure of speech, different meaning and the use of adjective, adverb and verb, 2) Meaning relation, 3) Meaning changing. 4) Symbol/sign as a part of code system which is used for communicating the information.

  1. Keitaitogoron (Morphosyntax) (LIJ304) Required Course: Passed Introduction to General Linguistics and Nihongogaku Nyumon (Introduction to Japanese).

It is an interaction between Morphology course and Syntax course which tells about part of speech in Japanese terminology and its changes. This course also tells about pattern of sentences and grammar categories. In addition, it enables students to analyze sentences in Japanese.

  1. English II (BAE 112)

In this course, students are trained to learn about the structure of English sentences in order to make them have skill in writing. Students are comprehended with ELPT strategies by having many practices. In this course, students are also sufficiently trained by using the real test of ELPT to draw their skill.

  1. Nihon Shiso (The History of Japanese Thoughts) (SJD 302)

In this course, students learn about Japanese’s thoughts since ancient era to modern era which drew in many media orally or written; Students will also learn about Japan outstanding people and their thoughts in their era. Students are invited to learn about the History of Japan by understanding Japanese’s thoughtsin every era.

 

  1. Nihon Gekiron (Japanese Drama) (SSJ 305)

In this course, students learn about: 1) Introduction to drama; 2) The contents and characteristics of traditional drama; 3) Kinds of story in Japan traditional drama; 4) Khe contents and characteristics of Kabuki, Japan traditional drama; 5) kinds of story in Kabuki; 6) The contents and characteristic of Bunraku, Japan puppet show; 7) Kinds of story in Bunraku; 8) The contents and characteristics of Kyogen, Japan comedy; 9) The contents and characteristics of Rakugo, Japan comedy; 10) Japan modern stage; 11) Japan popular drama and Japan films.

  1. Chujokyu Nihongo (Upper-Intermediate level of Japanese Study) (BAJ216) Required Course: passed Chukyu Nihongo (Intermediate Japanese Study)

This course explains about the structure of Japan language level 2 (N2). It enables students to understand about Japanese sentences through the patters.

  1. Chukyu Kaiwa (pre-Intermediate level of Conversation) (BAJ 216), Required Course: passed the course of Nichijo Kaiwa (Daily Conversation).

In this courses, students learn about many different cultures in Japan; it helps students to tell about pictures chronologically, represent topics shortly and simply.

  1. Chujokyu Chokai (Upper Intermediate level of Listening Comprehension), Required Course: passed the course of Chukyu Chokai (Intermediate level of Listening Comprehension).

In this course, students listen to the recordings about recently themes such as Japan cultures and traditional games, story about a specialty of Japan place, Japan’s recent phenomena, Japan traditional myths and biography of Japan people. The language used in this course is equal with Nihongo Noryoku Shiken, Japanese language level 3 (N3).

  1. Chujokyu Dokkai (Upper Intermediate level of Reading Comprehension), Required Course: passed the course of Chukyu Dokkai (Intermediate level of Reading Comprehension).

It is the continuation of the Chukyu Dokkai course (Intermediate Reading Comprehension). It enables students to understand about texts, and comprehend them by answering some questions related. In this course, students are trained with some texts for JLPT (N3) preparation. Theme will be explained such as:いろいろな文書とキーワード (kinds of text which commonly appear in JLPT N3 and some keywords in it, some texts taken from ‘Manabou Nihongo’ book, Chukyu Nihongo edition, tittled「なんともったいないことか」, 「コースを走る上で、ポイントになるのはどんなところですか」, 「日本食が恋しくしてならなかった」, 「贈り物」etc. In addition, students are asked to explain about their groups’ texts taken from Dokkai Project which learns about credible website and newspaper texts.

  1. Chujokyu Kanji (Kanji III) (BAJ 306) Required Course: passed the course of Chukyu Kanji (Kanji II).

It is the continuation of  the Chukyu Kanji course (Kanji II). In this course, students learn about 250 Kanji words, which symbolize about thematic texts such as: structure of Kanji, Verbs of Kango 2, pronunciation of Japan and China, ruigigo kanji.

  1. Chukyu Sakubun (Intermediate level of Writing) (BAJ307) Required Course: passed the course of Shochukyu Sakubun (Pre-Intermediate level of Writing).

In this course, students are trained to write some essays based of their own ideas into Japanese. Their ideas will be organized based on the rules of text such as Japanese official letter and Japanese popular texts.

  1. Nihon Bunkaron (Theory of Japan Literature) (BUK307)

This course is aimed to explain about the root of Japan culture: 1) Giri Nonjou; 2) Honne and Tatemae; 3) Amae; 4) Ryousaikenbo; 5) Chinmoku; 6) Amakudari; 7) Sempai-kohai; 8) Shudan ishiki; 9) Uchi to soto; 10) Zoutou; 11) Matsuri.

 

  1. Introduction to Culture Theory and Research (PNB201) Required Course: passed the course of introduction to culture studies (BUK101).

This courses explains about set of problems about culture theory and research; the epistemology of culture research; model of culture studies such as folklore and ethnography; model of culture studies such as symbolic interactionism, grounded theory, cross culture studies; model of culture studies such as content analysis and life history; classic theory of culture studies; contemporary culture studies; post-modern theory; many kinds of culture research; and the application of culture research.

  1. Kindai Nihon Shi (History of Modern Japan) (SJD207) Required Course: passed the course Kodai Nihon Shi (The History of Old Japan).

It is the continuation of the Kodai Nihon Shi course (The History of Old Japan). In this course, students will learn about the earlier modern Japan, Meiji (1868-1912); Taisho era (1912-1926); Showa era (1926-1989); to Heisel era nowadays (1989- now); and also learn about historical events and culture products in each era.

  1. Nihon Sanbu Kenkyu (Japanese Prose Analysis) (SSJ302) Required Course: passed the course of Nihon Bungaku Nyumon (Introduction to Japanese Literature).

This course is aimed to explain about Japanese Prose coupled with its characteristics of 1) The authors in pra-modern era such as Jodai, Chuko, Chusei, and Kinsei; 2) Pre-modern era such as Meiji, Taisho, Showa, and Heisei; 3) Manyoshu in Joodai era; 4) Taketori in Monogatari in Chuko era; 5) Konjaku Monogatari in Chuusei era; 6) Tsurezuregusa in Kinsai era; 7) Maihime in Meiji era; 8) Kokoro; 9) Rashomon in Taisho era; 10) Yukiguni in Showa era; 11) literature during war era, Shi no Hana; 12) Kicchin in Heisei era; 13) Noruwei no Mori; 14) The Kitchen.

  1. Danwa Kenkyu (Discourse Analysis) (LIJ201) Required Course: Nihongogaku Nyumon (Introduction to Japanese Studies), Imiron (semantics), and Keltaitogoron (Morpho-syntax)

This study is aimed to explain about discourse analysis concepts such as structure, type, organization, characteristics, kinds of discourse, contexts, approaches for analyzing the oral and written discourses.

  1. Goyoron (Pragmatics) (LIJ307) Required Course: passed the course of Imiron (Semantics).

In this study, students are trained with external factors which influence language meaning, the influence of area and atmosphere toward language use, verbal and non-verbal communication and other pragmatic concepts: general pragmatics, basic of pragmatics, basic communication in pragmatics, implication and entailment of presupposition, the roles of narrator, illocution and perlocusion, communicative language and pragmatic research.

  1. Nihon Taishuu Bunka (Japan Popular Culture) (BUK309)

This course is aimed to explain about popular culture based on Japan point of view, classification of Japan popular culture, kinds of Japan popular culture (The history and its recently research) such as Manga, Anime, Otaku, Fashion, Cosplay, TV programs and the Idols (Drama and Music), Japanese Films, Games and Foods related to Japan culture and West culture theory.

  1. Indonesia Nihon Kankei Shi (The History of Indonesia- Japan Relationship) (SJD301).

This course explains about the dynamic of Indonesia-Japan relationship since the first to recent time, and the conflict happened during this relationship tied.

  1. Nihonshi Kenkyu (Japan Poem Analysis) (SSJ304) Required Course: passed the course of Nihon Bungaku Nyumon (Introduction to Japan Literature).

This course explains about the history of earlier Japanese poems and kinds of 1) Japanese poem in the era of Jodai, Chusei, Kinsei, and Post-modern; 2) Kinds of poem in era of Meiji, Taisho, Showa, Heisei; 3) Kinds of poem in era of Kayo, Waka, and Kanshibun in Jodai era; 4) Kokinwakashu in Chuko era; 5) Renga, SHikokinwakashu, oogura Hyakunin Issu in Chusei era; 6) Haikai, Oogura Hyakunin Issu in Kinsei era; 7) Shintaishi, Haiku, Tanka in Meiji era; 8) Poem of modern era such as Tanka, Haiku in Taisho era; 9) Poem of modern era such as Tanka, Haiku in Showa era; 10) Poem of modern era such as Tanka, Haiku in Heisei era; 11) Process of Haiku making based on its basics applied.

  1. Chujokyu Kaiwa (Intermediate level of Speaking) (BAJ215) Required Course: Passed the course Chukyu Kaiwa (pre- Intermediate level of Speaking ).

This course discusses about speaking III, themes going to discuss are social phenomena in Indonesia and Japan, policies debated in between two countries, etc.

  1. Jokyu Nihongo (Advanced level of Japanese Study) (BAJ301) Required Subject: Passed The Chujokyu Nihongo subject (Upper-Intermediate level of Japanese Study).

This course is a continuation of the Chukyu Nihongo III course. This course explains about patterns of Japanese sentences and Japanese idioms in order to make students understand many kinds of sentences on that level. The target reached is eanabling students to pass the course of Japan Language level 2.

  1. Jokyu Dokai (Advanced level of Reading comprehension) (BAJ304) Required Course: Passed Chujokyu Dokkai (Upper-intermediate level of Reading Comprehension).

This course discusses about many texts in Japan language which tell about the opinion of the writers and Japanese idioms as a culture.

  1. Chujokyu Sakubun (Upper- intermediate level of Writing) (BAJ308) Required Course: Passed Chukyu Sakubun (Intermediate level of writing).

This course enables student to understand the rules of academic writing. Students are also going to be trained to write academic writing using cultural topics in Japanese.

  1. Introduction to Urban Culture (BUK203) Required Course: Passed The Introduction to Culture Studies (BUK 101).

This course discusses about: 1) The concepts of urban culture; 2) The form and products of urban culture; 3) The ideological aspects in urban culture; 4) Urban culture as the objects of popular culture; 5) Theoretical analysis in urban culture.

  1. Nihon Bungaku to Bunka Kenkyuho (Methodology of Japan Literature and Culture Research) (PNB308) Required Course: Passed the course of Japan literature and Culture for Specialization).

In this course, students learn about the methods and the ways to conduct Japan literature research by using the new approach.

  1. Nihon Bungaku to Bunka Enshu (Japan literature and culture proposal) (PNB415) Required Course: Passed The Nihon Bungaku to Bunka Kenkyuho (Methodology of Japan Literature and Culture Research).

In this course, students will be guided to learn and build their thesis proposal about Japan literature and Japan culture which will be presented in front of the class.

  1. Nihongogaku Kenkyuho (Methodology of Japan Linguistics Research) (PNB307) Required Course: Passed The Japanese Linguistics Study for Specialization.

Students will learn about qualitative and quantitative method research which contains about statement of the problems, and the way they do research. In the quantitative research, they will learn about the method, the experiments, the sample of population, and the technique of collecting data; in the qualitative research they will learn about the problems, the focus, the population and sample, the instruments, the technique of collecting data, the problems with language research, synchronic linguistics, diachronic linguistics, the technique of data analysis, the method of synchronic linguistics and diachronic linguistics research, the technique of thesis proposal writing, the method, and the data analysis.

 

  1. Nihongogaku Enshu (Japanese Linguistics Research Proposal) (PNB416)

This course provides linguistics seminar; students will learn about many problems related to Japanese language which often discussed in academic research. In this course, students are going to be trained personally or in group to discuss about recent problems in linguistics.

  1. Nihon Toshi Shakai (Japan Citizen) (BUK311)

This course discusses about the development and issues in some cities in Japan, social security, Freeters workers, foreign workers, the decrease of fertility number, the problem of the elderly, the divorce rate, Hikikomuri, Muen Shakai, Parasaito, Shinguru.

  1. Nihon Bijinesu Mana (Japan Management) (BAJ403)

This course discusses about the Japanese work ethos, their point of view toward work culture, basic psychology and management of Japanese work culture, Structure and management of Japanese work culture.

  1. Oyo Gengogaku (Applied Linguistics) (LIJ305)

This course discusses about micro linguistic studies such as sociolinguistics, semantics, translation, etc.

  1. Statistics (MAS110)

In this course, students learn about statistics formulas used for analyzing data in quantitative research.

  1. Buddhism II (AGB401) Required Course: Passed Buddhism I/ and minimally has passed 100 academic credit system.

In this course, students learn about sila (good manner), tiratama (three Jewels of Buddhism contents), Brama Vihara (Holy place), Deva, Bodhisatta, Paramita (The perfect life), Punabhava (Nobleness), Desa Punakiriyavathu (10 best manners), Desa Akusalakammapatha (10 bad manners), Meditation/ Samadhi, and Arriya Punggala (holy man).

  • Kong Hu Chu II (AGC401) Required Course: Passed Kong Hu Chu I/ minimally has passed 100 academic credit system.

Students will learn about Kong Hu Chu as a whole and universal. They will get the meaning of faith and be trained the true way for worshiping generally and substantially.

  • Hinduism II (AGH401) Required Course: Passed Hinduism I/ minimally has passed 100 academic credit system.

This course gives students motivation and explanation about the righteousness of the function of knowledge, mind, and revelation; Hindus personality, the meaning of excellent with morality (Ethics, Religious value, and Hindus rules); Science and Technology in Hinduism point of view and its challenges as scholars nowadays; social problems and the solutions; Hinduism as a holistic guidance.

  • Islam II (AGI401) Required Course: Passed Islam I/ minimally has passed 100 academic credit system.

This course gives students motivation and explanation about the righteousness of the function of knowledge, mind, and revelation; Muslim personality, the meaning of excellent with morality (Ethics, Religious value, and Islam rules); Science and Technology in Islam point of view and its challenges as scholars nowadays; social problems and the solutions; Islam as a holistic guidance in every single life.

  • Catholics II Required Course: Passed Catholics I/ minimally has passed 100 academic credit system.

This course guides students to implement the knowledge based on Christian Catholics values:

Module 1: the principles of conscience and Catholic morality

Module 2: the implementation of the gospels of church based on its field and profession.

Module 3: The spirituality of catholic scholars to solve the society problems

Module 4: Society problems and the solutions, Catholic as the answer and guidance for the universal life.

  • Protestant II Required Course: Passed Protestant I/ minimally has passed 100 academic credit system.

This course is provided by lecturing and using learning media such as discussion, sharing, case study (problem based learning) to examine the problem based on Ethics and Christian moral values, its implementation to the nation, country, and society. There are four main topics for sharing: 1) Self-identity and personal integrity, 2) Leadership, 3) Social ethics, 4) Scientific ethics which will be narrow down into several sub-topics: 1) Introducing self-identity and the others, 2) Christian life values, 3) The implementation of Christian life values into global and modern era, 4) Emotional, social, and spiritual Intelligence, 5) Leadership and Effective communication, 6) Ethics of interpersonal relationship, 7) Family Ethics, 8) Christian Ethics.

  1. Ethics and Aesthetics (ETB201) Required Course: Passed the introduction of Philosophy and Thought Dialectics (PHB102)

This study will explain about several topics such as 1) Ethics and Esthetics scope (Culture Axiology); 2) Human, Ethics, and Esthetics; 3) Freedom, Responsibility, and Esthetics experiences; 4) Theories in Ethics; 5) Theory of beauty and Theory of shape; 6) Theory of modern esthetics; 7) Post-modern Esthetics (Jacobson, H. Robert Jausse, Roland Barthes, Umberto Uco, Lyotard, Michael Fouvault, Derrida); 8) Esthetics as Critics and art appreciation (literature); 9) Ethics and Esthetics of literature.

  1. Community Service Program (KKN) (KNB401) Required Course: in taking 110 Academic Credit System.

Through this course, students are trained to work and to be creative individual or in group in frame of inter-discipline for developing their cognition, affection, and psychomotor before leaving their campus life.

  1. Ronbun Sakusei (Academic Writing Design) (PNB436) Required Course: Passed Chujokyu Sakubun (Upper-Intermediate level of Writing).

This courses tells about how to build report of research design and summary of academic research in Japanese.

  1. Thesis (PNB499)

In this course, students make report from their own research with the advising from their advisors. The course time is divided into two parts, the first time is for the advising time, the second one is the examination time. The topics offered are Japanese linguistics, literature, and culture based on their specialization. During  the examination time, the students present their research and defend their results.

  1. Nihongo No Kyojuho (Teaching Japanese Language) (BAJ401).

The main topics in this course such as: Second Language Teaching Methodology, Curriculum, Syllabus, Unit Planning, Language Teaching Methodology, Technique and Methodology in Teaching Language, Methodology in Teaching Structure of Language, Methodology in Teaching Speaking, Methodology in Teaching Reading, Methodology in Teaching Writing, Teaching Evaluation, Micro Teaching.

  1. Gakujutsu Dokkai (Understanding of Academic Writing) (BAJ402)

In this course, students will be trained to understand and comprehend about the short and long academic articles based on their specialization in Japan studies.

  1. Honyaku (Writing Translation) (BAJ403) Required Course: Passed the Chujokyu Nihongo (Upper-Intermediate level of Japanese Language).

This course discusses about 1) The meanings and The Perspective, 2) The function of language, 3) Analysis and organization of texts, 4) Type and method of translation, 5) Process and translation framework, 6) Problems in translation, 7) Social culture translations, 8) Formal and non-formal oral translation, 9) Correspondence translation, 10) Translation for products, 11) Translation for manual technique, 12) Translation for literature.

  1. Tsuyaku (Oral Translation) (BAJ404) Required Course: Passed the Chujonkyu Nihongo (Upper-Intermediate level of Japanese Language) and the Chujokyu Kaiwa (Upper Intermediate level of Speaking).

This course discusses about 1) The meanings and The Perspective, 2) The function of language, 3) Analysis and organization of texts, 4) Type and method of translation, 5) Process and translation framework, 6) Problems in translation, 7) Social culture translations, 8) Formal and non-formal oral translation, 9) Correspondence translation, 10) Translation for products, 11) Translation for manual technique, 12) Translation for literature.

  1. Nihongo Noryoku Kohan (Extensive Japanese Language Proficiency) (BAJ406) Required Course: Passed the N4.

This course enables students to answer JLPT level N3 which containss about understanding of Kanji and Japanese vocabularies, structure of sentences, and reading comprehension.

  1. Nihon Bijinesu Yaritori (Japan Business Correspondence) (BAJ407) Required Course: Passed the Chujokyu Sakubun (Upper-intermediate level of Writing).

In this course, students learn about 1) Drafting for self-introduction inside and outside of the office, 2) Asking permission and help, 3) Accepting and Rejecting Invitation, 4) Telephoning and making appointment 5) Offering and Suggesting, 6)The differences between Japan correspondence and Indonesian correspondence, 7) Japanese Correspondence, 8) Expression and greeting in Japanese correspondence, 9) Writing felicitation, condolence, thank-you notes, and prayer of salvation in Japanese, 10) Writing apology, 11) Announcement, 12) Job application.

  1. Nihon Josei to Jenda Kenkyu (Gender and Japan Women Studies) (BUK403).

This course discusses about the myth and illustration of women in the history of pre-Tokugawa, women in Confucianism, and language. This course explains about woman activists and their works, such as Hiratsuka Raicho & Yosano Akiki; Modern Girls such as women in Meiji era and Taisho era; Marriage and family; Ryousaikenbo and Kyouikumama; Women and domestic violence; Women in work field; Japan feminism; Education and gender; Gender and media; Danjokyodosankaku; Rules for gender equality in Japan; women and their roles in politics; Work Life Balance discourse “ikumen”- Fathering Japan.