This area of study entry applies to students commencing this course in 2013 and should be read in conjunction with the relevant course entry in the Handbook. Any units listed for this area of study relate only to the 'Requirements' outlined in the Faculty of Arts component of any bachelors double degrees.
|Managing faculty||Faculty of Arts|
|Offered by||School of Languages, Cultures and Linguistics|
The Indonesian language program aims to facilitate students' progress towards a high level of communications skills in a cross-cultural setting. The discipline involves the integration of language skills in standard and colloquial Indonesian with a knowledge of the broader social and cultural contexts of Indonesia. Students should refer to the individual unit entries in this Handbook to view campus offering details. As a result, some students may need to complete later year units at another campus.
The Indonesian program coordinator retains the right to determine the proper proficiency level for any particular student. Students are not permitted to accelerate their enrolment without first consulting the program coordinator.
In collaboration with Gadjah Mada University, Yogyakarta, the Indonesian program at Monash is able to offer students the facility of completing one level of in-country study in intensive mode (normally six weeks). This is available at each level except first-year level, and teaching normally occurs over the summer period. Based on results obtained, students gain credit toward their Monash degree, and can fast-track their studies while gaining valuable experience of Indonesian life.
Students must obtain written approval from the Indonesian program before enrolling. For further details please contact the in-country coordinator Yacinta Kurniasih or visit the Indonesian in-country program web page at http://www.arts.monash.edu.au/indonesian/incountry/index.php.
Note: The Indonesian in-country program is only available on a fee-paying basis. The appropriate fee is paid to Gadjah Mada University, and both tuition and accommodation are covered, however, students may be eligible to apply for Monash Abroad Study grants.
Students intending to teach language will need to complete an advanced major with an equivalent of three years post-VCE study.
A sequence is normally a first semester first-year level unit which is followed by a second semester first-year level unit in the same discipline.
Students complete a standard minor chosen from one of the following options:
Students complete a standard major consisting of six compulsory language units as listed below and also including two electives chosen from units that can be counted towards the discipline.
Note: Students may replace some of their core language units with alternate intensive in-country units (up to 24 points), or can choose language study abroad units as electives.
There are several ways to structure an Indonesian major, but those students wishing to accelerate through the program either by taking study abroad units or after being tested, must consult with the coordinator of the major before enrolling. The following sequences are provided as a guide only.
For students commencing with little or no knowledge of Indonesian.
For students who have completed VCE in Indonesian or who can demonstrate an equivalent level of competence.
For students who have completed VCE in Indonesian or who can demonstrate an equivalent level of competence, or students from Malay language backgrounds.
Note: Students may replace some of their compulsory language units with alternate in-country units (up to 24 points) or students can choose language Study Abroad units as electives.
Note: Some elective units have specific language proficiency prerequisites that must be met.