Bachelor of Arts in Linguistics

Linguistics students analyze human’s development of language skills. Bachelor’s degree programs offer a baseline to study the evolution and contemporary usage of language from a humanistic and scientific perspective.

Bachelor’s candidates study fundamental linguistics theories and professional standards as well. Students gain knowledge of how language is used as a primary tool of human communication, and coursework includes

  • Gender differences and language
  • Phonetics and phonology concepts
  • Syntax
  • Sound structure of language
  • Computational linguistics
  • Semantics
  • Linguistic influences of Latin and Greek

Learning outcomes

  • Gain knowledge in linguistics and phonetics together with the opportunity to explore other themes as well.
  • Able to develop skills such as language acquisition and language processing.