The Master of Arts in Language and Linguistics, 120 credits, have 18 specialisations. The many specialisations help to provide a broad selection of advanced courses in languages and in linguistics. As the programme offers many optional elements, students can choose freely between courses and design a programme to suit their interests.
There are several different types of courses:
Compulsory courses for all specialisations include the introductory course The Philosophy of Science for Linguists
, Methods in General Linguistics
(second semester) and the concluding Master's thesis.
There are also compulsory courses
specific to each specialisation – for the Master of Arts (two years) constituting 30 credits. Compulsory courses are offered at least once during the programme.
- Please visit the page on each specialisation for more information on compulsory courses
Of the Elective courses
(45 credits) must at least 15 credits be second-cycle courses in Language/Linguistics. Students choose elective courses in consultation with the programme coordinator.