Community-based Literacy as Applied Linguistics
The Graduate Program in Linguistics provides intensive graduate instruction, integrating linguistic theory with practical
application, in the areas of language research, documentation, description, and development of linguistic resources such as writing systems, literacy, native literature, and translated materials. The distinctive focus of the program relates to work in multicultural, multilingual settings involving both major and lesser-studied languages, both spoken and signed. It is designed to move students toward careers involving linguistic analysis, acquisition of languages and cultures, linguistic community development, literacy, or translation.
Goal 1: Students will demonstrate knowledge of selected disciplinary subfields, publications and theoretical
approaches within the field of linguistics.
Goal 2: Students will demonstrate ability to conduct independent research in the field of linguistics, especially in
languages and situations where relatively little previous study has been undertaken.
UND is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. UND also holds many special accreditation's at the college, department, or program level.
International Student Requirements:
All graduate applicants must demonstrate academic-level proficiency with the English language before they will be considered for admission. This requirement must be met by all applicants, regardless of citizenship, residency, or nation of birth. No applicants will be considered for admission until the English Language Proficiency is met. Please refer to the Academic Catalog for ways in which this requirement can be met.
Facts & Figures
Financial Aid: No
International Financial Aid: No
Classification: Doctoral/Research University—Intensive
Locale: Small City
Size & Settings: 10,000-19,999