The UAF MA Program in Applied Linguistics provides students with training in applied linguistics, broadly defined to include second language teaching, curriculum and materials development, documentary linguistics, and language policy and planning.
The Linguistics Program is highly interdisciplinary in nature, drawing on faculty expertise in the Alaska Native Language Program, the Department of Anthropology, the Department of English, the School of Education, and the Department of Foreign Languages.
Students in the Linguistics Program work closely with faculty engaged in primary research to develop linguistic applications relevant to Alaska and beyond. Projects include making transcriptions of familiar language, and later, working on an unfamiliar language with a language consultant, selecting and carrying out a well- defined project, resulting in a term paper.
UAF Course number: LING F631 / LING F431
LING F627 or permission of instructor
*Note on UAF Course Coding*
ABCD - Departments/Schools/Colleges are indicated by the first 3-4 letters of the code
F - Fairbanks Campus
123 - Academic level is indicated by the number following the letters.
Undergraduate Level: 100 - 400
Graduate Level : 500 - 600
For more details, please visit http://catalog.uaf.edu/courses/how-to-read/
|Academic level(s)||Bachelor, Master|
|Language of instruction||English|
|Institution||University of Alaska Fairbanks|
|Fields of study||Basic/broad, general programmes|
|Teaching place||Fairbanks, Alaska|
|Teaching term||Offered Spring Odd-numbered Years|