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Applied Linguistics

Year



Type

Major, Minor, Sub-Major

Description

Students studying the Applied Linguistics major, sub major or minor will graduate with a broad and coherent body of knowledge in applied linguistics, from the nature of human language and language development to communication both in monolingual and multilingual settings, and with the ability to apply new knowledge and skills in professional settings relevant to their particular interests.

The Applied Linguistics Major, Sub Major and Minor has a strong theoretical, practical, community and industry focus in fields such as education, media, health, business, law and diplomacy. Students will engage with practice-based learning and the teaching-research nexus in their learning experiences, within the environment of a world-class research centre.

Prerequisite(s)

Nil

Assumed Knowledge

Nil

Courses

Course Area and cat no. Units Level References
MINOR
Language and Communication in Applied Linguistics LANG 1062 4.5 1
Language in Society LANG 1056 4.5 1
Language and Identity LANG 2022 4.5 2
Communication, Work and Organisations LANG 2021 4.5 2
SUB-MAJOR
The four courses listed in the Minor plus two of the following:
Language, Meaning and Discourse LANG 3041 4.5 3
Language Ideology and Policy LANG 3039 4.5 3
Multilingualism: Contact, Change and Mobility LANG 3038 4.5 3
Language Learning and Assessment LANG 3037 4.5 3
MAJOR
The Applied Linguistics MAJOR comprises all eight courses in this Schedule

Rules

Nil

Notes

  1. Students intending to study English Language as their second major should consult with their Program Director for a revised schedule.