Linguistics Single Major
Part of the Bachelors of Arts/Social Science program
Commencing semesters, 2017
School of Languages and Cultures
Why study Linguistics?
Linguistics explores the structure of language, its uses and applications in society, connecting theoretical, descriptive and applied studies which address problems and issues in human communication. Courses in the structure of language examine its sounds (phonetics and phonology), words (morphology), sentences (syntax) and meaning (semantics), and the complex interactions between these properties. Students also study the way languages change across time (historical linguistics), how different regional, social or occupational varieties develop (sociolinguistics), and how language is used in discourse (pragmatics).
View the course list for courses that can be studied as part of the Linguistics single major.
What it costs
Please view the Bachelors of Arts/Social Science for indicative fees.
How to apply
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