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Program Learning Outcomes

Linguistics Program Learning Outcomes

  1. Communicate original analyses of linguistic data in a field-appropriate medium (research paper, oral presentation, or poster) using commonly accepted formal frameworks (understood broadly). Engage collaboratively with other linguists, such as classmates or professors, to produce a coherent analysis.
  2. Demonstrate command over formal frameworks (understood broadly) and research techniques in linguistics—i.e. students should be able to answer research questions via syntactic, semantic, or phonological analysis; by designing and executing a simple experiment; or by engaging in other kinds research used by linguists.
  3. Participate in a meaningful learning experience that prepares the student to meet his/her goals after earning a linguistics degree.
  4. Identify the import of one’s own analyses for our understanding of language, people, or society as a whole.

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Last Updated: 9/7/22