The MA in Linguistics aims to give you a general foundation in the central areas of modern linguistics, while at the same time allowing you to develop your own particular areas of interest.
The Autumn term comprises four modules in core areas of linguistics. In the Spring term you will choose two modules from a range of options, and begin a further core module on key ideas in linguistics which you will complete in the Summer term. The programme is completed with a research dissertation.
The MA in Linguistics will: *Impart a general foundation and background in linguistics *Give you a practical training in techniques used in linguistic analysis *Enable you to apply your skills and knowledge to linguistic data *Introduce you to research questions and methodologies in linguistics *Enable you to perform original research in linguistics
You should normally hold or expect to receive at least a 2:1 or equivalent in your first degree. If your first language is not English and your first degree was not taken in an English speaking country, you will need to show evidence that you meet our English Language requirements.
Recipient: University of York
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