In realizing its vision, missions, and objectives, the Master’s Program in Linguistics conducts several strategies as the following:
1. Performing the lecturing process with student-centered learning, where lecturer is not the only one who gives the materials but sometimes students also give the materials in the form of presentation.
2. Conducting guest lecture (including overseas lecturers who are visiting Surabaya) to broaden the students and lecturers’ comprehension on various linguistic fields.
3. Conducting research co-operations with lecturers from other universities in Indonesia and overseas.
4. Providing funds for students and lecturers who succeed as presenters in the national and international conferences.
5. Providing grants for lecturers who have publications in accredited national journals and reputable international journals.
6. Implementing the Strategic Plan of the Master’s Program in Linguistics derived from the Strategic Plan of the Faculty of Humanities.
Operational and program policy planning is determined at the beginning of the year or beginning of the semester through the Program meeting and established based on the results of annual self-evaluation, by taking into account the strengths and weaknesses of the internal factors, opportunities, and threats of the external factors. Program mapping is performed in accordance with the strategic plan, vision, mission, and objectives that are integrated in order to achieve high efficiency and productivity.
The result of the next program meeting is used as the basis for the program’s operating activity planning. Therefore, the planning of the program on the respective work unit refers to the vision, mission, objectives and policy outcomes of the program meeting.
1. Creating and developing a more complete, focused and comprehensive Strategic Plan for the 2012 – 2016 program.
2. Strengthening the communication network, coordination, and cooperation with the alumni, the stakeholder, both the Master’s program and cognate science programs nationally and internationally.
3. Improving internal efficiency in terms of managing an efficient organization and systematic and well-ordered documentation, and in terms of an efficient learning process and academic atmosphere.
4. Improving external efficiency in terms of increasing human resource capacity for competitiveness and procurement of funds independently.