Master of Arts in Linguistics
The program is designed for students who wish to use their degree immediately for teaching or other applied work, and for those who wish to pursue a Ph.D. or other degree. All students complete core courses within the four categories of Linguistics Theory, Language Variation, Language Acquisition and Linguistics Research. In addition, students must choose one of the four options available within the Linguistics M.A. program and fulfill elective courses. The Master of Arts in Linguistics takes either 33-units (thesis route) or 34-units (comprehensive exams and project route) to complete.
For complete information on prerequisites and graduation requirements, see the Catalog.