Georgia Campus Masters in Linguistics
Linguistics masters programs often offer courses including bilingualism, historical linguistics, phonology, semantics, sociolinguistics and more. Find your specialization or area of interest within this degree program.
- Athens, GAAthens, GA
University of Georgia
Our graduate program is comprised of five tracks of study: Second Language Acquisition, Language Theory, Historical Linguistics, Language Variation and Sociolinguistics, and (at the M.A. level only) Humanities Computing.