History

The German Language Education Study Program (PSPBJ) Department of German Literature (JSJ), Faculty of Letters, State University of Malang (UM) originates from the German Language Section which together with the English section is part of the Foreign Language Department at the Teaching Faculty of Education, Universitas Airlangga which opened in 1961. Lectures were held in Malang and examinations were held in Surabaya. In 1967 the German Language Section was officially closed and transferred to the Surabaya IKIP. However, in the period between 1961 - 1967, three batches of bachelors with Bachelor of Arts (BA) degrees had produced.

In order to make the most of existing lecturers, while waiting for the opening of the major program, in 1988 a German language minor program was started for interested IKIP Malang students. In early 1994, with eight German teaching staff and a flexible curriculum, proposals for opening study programs were submitted several times.

Then in 1999 by taking advantage of the momentum of the change from IKIP to Malang State University, a proposal was again submitted to the opening of German Language Education study program. The result, on May 6, 1999, with the Decree of the Director General of Higher Education No. 205 / DIKTI / Kep / 1999 The German Language Education Program was officially opened and started accepting new students.

On May 12, 2000 with the Decree of the Director General of Higher Education Number 143 / DIKTI / Kep / 2000 regarding the Types and Number of Departments in the Faculty in the State University of Malang, the German Language Study Program changed to the Department of German Literature, so that currently the Department of German Literature and Department of Literature Each Arabic stands alone.

Vision and mission

JSJ's vision
To become a superior study program and a reference in organizing the tridharma of higher education in the field of teaching German language and literature.
JSJ's mission
1. To organize education and learning in the field of German language and literature that is student-centered using an effective learning approach and optimizing the use of technology;
2. conducting research in the field of teaching German language and literature, the findings of which are beneficial for the development of science and the welfare of society;
3. To carry out community service in the field of teaching German language and literature which is oriented towards community empowerment; and
4. Organizing accountable and transparent faculty meetings to ensure continuous quality improvement.

PSPBM Vision
The vision of the Chinese Language Education Study Program (PSPBM) is to become a superior study program and a reference in the implementation of the tridharma of higher education in the field of Chinese language teaching.

PSPBM mission
Based on the above vision, the mission of the Mandarin Education Study Program is:
a. Organizing learner-centered Mandarin education and learning, using an effective learning approach, and optimizing the use of technology in learning;
b. Carrying out research in the field of teaching Mandarin, the findings of which are beneficial for the development of science and the welfare of society;
c. Organizing community service that is oriented towards community empowerment.
d. Organizing an accountable and transparent pamong study program to ensure continuous quality improvement.

Destination

• produce graduates who are intelligent, religious, noble, independent, and able to develop professionally in the field of teaching German language and literature;
• produce scientific work and creative work that excels in the teaching of German language and literature;
• Produce works of community service in the field of teaching German language and literature to create an independent, productive and prosperous society.

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