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Program Learning Outcomes

  1. Collaborate to produce a coherent analysis of linguistics data.
  2. Communicate original analyses of linguistic data in a field-appropriate medium (research paper, oral presentation, or poster) using commonly accepted formal frameworks (understood broadly).
  3. Demonstrate command over formal frameworks (understood broadly).
  4. Demonstrate command over 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 active participation in other kids of research used by linguists.
  5. Participate in a meaningful learning experience that prepares the student to meet his/her goals after earning a linguistics degree.
  6. Identify the import of one’s own analyses for understanding of language, people, or society as a whole.
Last Updated: 11/15/19