The MA in Applied Linguistics is a versatile, interdisciplinary course which aims to provide a solid understanding of the basis of language and linguistics and develop a valuable insight into the relationship between language, culture and society. The programme emphasises the practical application of theories to the social context and aims to enhance your analytical and linguistic skills by introducing different approaches to the analysis of language use.
ABOUT THE COURSE
The academic staff involved in the MA Applied Linguistics are actively involved in current research, and they bring this experience to the classroom by using it to inform their teaching, thus ensuring up-to-date, relevant content on all the course units, delivered by published experts.
- Principles of Language and Linguistics
- Critical Discourse Analysis
- Research Methods
- Intercultural Communication
- Corpus and Lexical Studies
- Independent Study
- Selected units from MA TESOL
TYPICAL ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
Applicants are expected to possess a good UK honours degree in any subject or an equivalent international/academic qualification. However, candidates will be considered on their merits, as will people with non-traditional qualifications.
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Last updated April 28, 2017