Areas: Linguistics, phonetics and phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, pragmatics
Duration: 4 semesters, 2 years
Career Paths: Language teaching, publishing (writers, editor, translator), communications and public relations, advertising, civil services, speech-language pathologist/therapist, audiologist, interpreter
This program offers students the opportunity to acquire knowledge and understanding in selected areas of Linguistics. The broad range of subjects includes the core course modules such as introduction to linguistics, phonetics and phonology, morphology and syntax and semantics and pragmatics. The complex workings of language playing a central role in society and in different social settings will be explored in subjects like sociolinguistics. Knowledge about the latest research in psycholinguistics will also be provided. The students will be encouraged to apply their knowledge of the theories learnt during the course of their study to research projects for continuous assessment.
The aim of the Department of Linguistics at SE is to provide basic education in the nature of human language and linguistic theory and to train graduate students as linguists and as researchers in the major areas of linguistics.
MA graduates in TESL, ELM and Education as well as related disciplines with a minimum CGPA of 2.5 are eligible to apply for M. Phil in Linguistics. To qualify for Phd in future, the student must achieve a CGPA of 3.0. The candidate must fulfill all other MS/M.Phil requirements as directed by BNU Admission Office.
A candidate seeking admission to the MS / M.Phil Educational Leadership and Management must have to clear the NTS (General test) and BNU – SE interview.
Year One (Fall Semester)
Year One (Spring Semester)
Year Two (Fall Semester)
Year Two (Spring Semester)
Total Credit Hours: 33
Successful completion of credit hours and dissertation