Compare Distance learning Masters Programs in Linguistics 2019/2020
A masters is the first level of graduate coursework and can be obtained after you receive a bachelor’s degree. Earning a masters usually requires two years of full-time study, which amounts to 36 to 54 semester credits.
Linguistics is the science-based study of human language. Its students seek to understand the context, structure, and meaning of languages by comparing existing human languages and studying their similarities and differences. Areas of study include phonology, semantics, and syntax.
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A Master of Education (Applied Linguistics) is ideal if you work with second language speakers and their communities, or in the fields of speech therapy and pathology, allied health, psychology or training in a variety of settings that requires skills in communication management and cross-cultural interaction.
The European University of the Atlantic offers, with the sponsorship of the Ibero-American University Foundation, the Master's Degree in Linguistics applied to the teaching of Spanish as a foreign language, which aims to respond to this reality and the current training needs of teachers.
Successful completion of the Program will enable you to be awarded the degree in Master in Applied Linguistics: Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages. After successfully completing the Program, the student will receive the degree as awarded by the University where they have enrolled.
With Massey’s Master of Applied Linguistics, you’ll help make second-language teaching work in a multilingual world.
The course is offered with three options for delivery; on campus, blended or fully online. The course is aimed at experienced English Language Teachers and other English language professionals.