With a linguistics doctorate, students can choose an area of specialization, whether it's a particular language or culture or a type of linguistics. Programs vary in their approaches and offerings, so look around to find the right one for you.
The Graduate School of The Australian National University is a cosmopolitan academic community, attracting students from many countries and from all p...
Options within the M.A. program allow students to choose a course of study reflecting different emphases.
The graduate program is designed to train students in methods of scholarly research in the fields of French and francophone literature, French and fra...
The Department of Linguistics at the University of Texas at Austin offers graduate study leading to the M.A. and Ph.D., emphasizing theoretical approa...
The basic orientation of the Linguistics Department at Rice is towards viewing language in its cognitive, social and physical context.
The Master of Research in Sociolinguistics is designed for people who wish to pursue graduate studies.
The Program in Applied Linguistics Program at Boston University provides a solid foundation in linguistic theory combined with an applied orientation.
English Language and Linguistics (ELL), founded in 2010, is the newest department of the School.
This program serves graduates from bachelor’s degree programs that wish to develop expertise in literacy instruction.
Areas of specialization include language acquisition (first and second), language processing, and core linguistics (phonology, syntax, semantics/pragm...
We offer Masters degree courses, full and part-time, in Linguistics, Applied Linguistics (Language Teaching and Language Testing), Contemporary Englis...
With the first linguistics department to be established in North America (in 1901), Berkeley has a rich and distinguished tradition of rigorous lingui...
Graduate study in Linguistics at the University of Arizona is designed to provide graduate students with a strong foundation in the analytic and theor...
Research programs involve original fieldwork with either the local indigenous languages or in diverse places...