The linguistics degrees focus on the nature and structure of language. You will learn about the description and explanation of particular languages and human linguistic capabilities in general.
• Child Language Acquisition • Chinese Linguistics • Conversation Analysis • Cross Cultural Communication • Dictionaries and Dictionary-Making • Field Methods • Graduate Reading Course (Linguistics) • Introduction to Syntax • Introduction to the Study of Language • Language, Culture and Translation • Language and Society • Language Change • Language in Indigenous Australian Society • Language Planning and Language Politics • Language Power and Identity • Languages in Contact • Morphology • Phonetics: Sounds of the World’s Languages • Phonological Analysis • Readings in Applied Linguistics • Research Design in (Applied) Linguistics • Second Language Acquisition • Semantics • Seminar on Semantics • Special Topics in Linguistics • Study of a Language Family • Syntactic Theory • The History of the English Language • The Structure of English
Applicants should have a four year Bachelor degree either as Honours or a combined degree in a cognate area from an Australia tertiary institution or its international equivalent. Equivalence may be met by the completion of the Graduate Certificate in Linguistics.
Recipient: Australian National University
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