B.A., Accelerated B.A./M.A. Degrees
Linguistics is the study of language and covers a variety of subjects, from theories of grammar and how we produce language to applications of linguistic knowledge in areas such as language teaching, anthropology, sociology, etc. The undergraduate degree program seeks to give an overview of the discipline to raise students’ awareness of the many aspects of that uniquely human phenomenon, language.
Minimum Requirements for Linguistics Degrees: B.A.: 120 credits; B.A./M.A.: 138 credits
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