The Linguistics MS/M.Phil. degree program is a two-year program that includes the fundamental areas of language education, formal and applied linguistics. This curriculum allows students to gain knowledge and comprehension of a variety of topics related to language, including how it functions in society and how it links to real-world concerns. The fundamental course modules, such as introduction to linguistics, phonetics and phonology, morphology and syntax, semantics and pragmatics, and numerous ELT related topics, are included in the broad area of studies. In courses like sociolinguistics and psycholinguistics, the complex workings of language and its practice, which play a vital role in society and in many social circumstances, will be investigated. Within the discipline of MS/M.Phil. in Linguistics, the most popular themes and essential issues are those related to second and foreign language instruction.
- Language Power and Identity
- Discourse Studies
- Applied Linguistics
- Latest Trends in Linguistics
- Applied Grammar & Syntax
- Research Methodology in Linguistics
- Contemporary Issues in Applied Linguistics
- Applied Grammar and Syntax
- Linguistic Theories
- A 16 years degree, in the relevant field, from an accredited educational institution with Second Division (annual system) or CGPA 2.5/4.0 (semester system)
- No third division (annual system) or D grade (semester system) throughout the academic career.
- Passing marks in entry test.
The analytical skills of linguists are in high demand for conducting research, providing language-related technical services, and contributing valuable insight into legal, policy, and educational concerns. Linguists have a significant advantage in the field of language teaching because of their study in language education. You can work in following fields after graduation:
- Copy editor.
- Foreign language teacher.
- Technical writer.
- Language specialist.