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Linguistics and Modern Languages

Degrees and Courses

Undergraduate qualifications

Please take note that at undergraduate level, Linguistics is studied as part of a Bachelor of Arts General Degree (02038 - GE1)

  • Bachelor of Arts General (2006 curriculum) (02038 - GE1)
  • Departmental undergraduate module information Linguistics modules are also prescribed within:
    • Bachelor Of Arts (Communication Science) (0233X)
    • Bachelor Of Arts (Languages And Literature) Creative Writing (02283 - CR1)

Please note that you may also take Linguistics modules for non-degree purposes. For example, you may not want to enrol for a degree, but you're interested in how children acquire their first language so effortlessly, or you may be fascinated by the relationship between the brain and language. Then, you may enrol only for the specific undergraduate module that interests you.  Most modules are offered in both semesters. This means you may register twice a year: in May/June or December/January.

Honours qualifications

  • Honours Bachelor Of Arts In Linguistics: General Linguistics New Curriculum (04278 - N11)
  • Honours Bachelor Of Arts In Sociolinguistics (05843)
  • Bachelor Of Arts Honours In Translation Studies (99428)
  • Honours Bachelor Of Arts In Linguistics: Applied Linguistics New Curriculum From 2011 (05134 - N11)
  • Honours Bachelor Of Arts In Linguistics: Applied Linguistics Old Curriculum (05134 - OLD)

Masters and doctoral qualifications

  • Master of Arts in Linguistics 
  • Master of Arts in Applied Linguistics
  • Master of Arts in Sociolinguistics
  • Master of Arts in Linguistics with specialisation in Translation Studies
  • D Litt et Phil in Linguistics
  • D Litt et Phil in Linguistics with specialisation in Translation Studies