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Masters Programs in Linguistics in North America 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.

 

Students of linguistics pursue a science-based understanding of languages. The field is divided up into the studies of language structure, language meaning, and language context, with all sub-disciplines seeking to relate sounds to their meaning as a form of communication.

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MA in Linguistics

Northeastern Illinois University
MA
24 Aug 2020
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Full-time
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Part-time
15 Jul 2020
English
Campus

Decipher the secrets of language. Examining both theory and function, acquire the insights into language that lead you to the next level of your career.

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M.A. in Linguistics (Language & Communication)

Georgetown University - Graduate School of Arts & Sciences
MA
Aug 2020
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Full-time
English
Campus

The M.A. in Language and Communication is a professionally-oriented program within the Linguistics Department at Georgetown University. This program cultivates strong research ...

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University of Leicester Masters in Applied Linguistics and TESOL

Stafford
MA
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Part-time
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30 months
English
Online

A Master of Arts in Teaching the English Language provides the ability to reflect, analyse and critically evaluate language teaching and learning concepts. Understand the assu ...

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Master's Degree in Linguistics

Universidad de Sonora
Master
11 Jan 2021
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Full-time
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2 years
14 Sep 2020
Spanish
Campus

The Master of Linguistics at the Universidad de Sonora aims to consolidate, improve and continue the work already begun from the undergraduate program. The main interest of th ...

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M.S. in Linguistics

Georgetown University - Graduate School of Arts & Sciences
MSc
Aug 2020
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Full-time
English
Campus

M.S. students are admitted to one of four concentrations: Applied Linguistics; Computational Linguistics; Sociolinguistics; Theoretical Linguistics.

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