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The department of Linguistics, in close collaboration with Library and Information Science, Learning Technologies, and Computer Science, offers a collaborative environment for developing innovative curricula that incorporate research on language with database design and management, text mining, computational and quantitative methods in linguistics, and natural language processing. We project a Linguistics Program with international partners in the fields of TESOL and language data archiving, preservation, and dissemination.
Our Master of Arts degrees in Linguistics offers broad training in all core areas of the discipline and prepare you for challenging careers in a variety of industries, including:
A common pedagogical goal is to guide students in linguistic discovery through corpora creation and mining.
Our M.A. programs also serve as an excellent foundation for doctoral studies in Linguistics and other language-related fields, such as speech pathology, deaf education, audiology or the teaching of English as a second language.
A degree in Linguistics makes students competitive for jobs in:
Because linguistics provides students with the skills to analyze language, companies such as Microsoft, Google and Apple also are eager to hire students with linguistics degrees.