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The Linguistics Program at The University of Montana

The program offers an MA degree, an undergraduate option with an Anthropology, English or Language major, and a Certificate of Accomplishment in ESL. The Linguistics Program offers an interdisciplinary education to students. The central goal in linguistics is to study, understand, and describe the details of individual languages: the sounds used by individual languages and the make-up of words, phrases and sentences. The understanding of linguistic principles is applied to a variety of fields, including language teaching, language therapy, communication, speech synthesis, and language preservation. The Linguistics Program at the University of Montana is the only program that offers an MA in Linguistics in the state of Montana.

College of Humanities and Sciences at the University of Montana

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