Where are internships and partnerships available for students in the Linguistics program?
Students have opportunities to intern and partner with organizations such as Wycliffe Bible Translators, Kent County Literacy Council, and Bethany Christian Services. Students also have the opportunity to work at international locations with missions organizations.
What are graduates of the Linguistics program doing now?
Our graduates can be found working with people of diverse languages and cultures. They are graduate students in linguistics and Bible translation and work in the field of Bible translation and literacy. They are also teachers of English and other languages around the globe.
Emily Most '12 | Master of Arts Student in Computational Linguistics at the University of Colorado Boulder
Eric North '13 | ESL and SLA Instructor at Conexion 10/40 in Duluth, GA
Caley Bolderson '13 | Americorps Member and ESL Instructor for Bethany Christian Services in Grand Rapids, MI
With a major in Linguistics, what classes will I take?
Linguistic History of the English Language | ENG-353
Study the development of the English language from its Indo-European roots to the present, paying attention to the historical contexts and linguistic features of the language.
Sociolinguistics | LIN-372
Develop an understanding of language in its social and cultural contexts, observing how sociocultural variables relate to language use and language learning in multi-cultural educational settings.