Specialisation

Sub-major - Linguistics

Western Sydney University Sub-major Code: SM1075.1

Status: CONTINUING
This version of the specialisation is available only to continuing or completing students.


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Available to students in other Western Sydney University Courses : YES, if the specialisation is available on your Home campus. Please ensure your course structure allows space for enrolment in the units in this unit set. Students must also meet any pre-requisite requirements. Consult your Course Advisor for further advice.


Language is fundamental to the human experience. Through study of how language works, students make contact with fundamental philosophical, socio-cultural, and psychological questions about what it means to be human. Linguistics prepares students with a foundation for many careers including primary and secondary teaching, policy analysis, communication, and social services in culturally diverse communities. Linguistics students also gain the analytical tools of empirical science including the ability to break complex problems into components with tractable solutions and to evaluate theories on the basis of empirical facts. These skills prepare students for success in post-graduate studies and careers in research, analytics, business and law.


Location

Campus Mode Specialisation Advice
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Sub-major Structure

To complete a sub-major in Linguistics, students must complete 40 credit points from the units listed below.

Choose at least two units from the following core units

101449 Bilingualism and Biculturalism
101945 Introduction to Linguistics
101947 Pragmatics
101451 Second Language Acquisition
101948 Structure of Language
102042 The Sound of Language

The other two units may be selected from the above list or from the pool units below

Level 3 Unit Pool

101946 Discourse Analysis
102043 Historical Linguistics
101950 Intercultural Communication
100023 Psychology of Language
102044 Research Methods in Linguistics
101450 Sociolinguistics
100201 Special Study in Languages and Linguistics

Please note

The units listed below count towards completion of the sub-major for students who passed units in the list below in 2015 or earlier.

Level 1

100194 - Introduction to Interpreting

100195 - Introduction to Translation

100928 - Linguistics

Level 2

101873 - The Sound of Language

Level 3

400087 - Applied Critical Methods

101441 - English Semantics and Pragmatics

101454 - Intercultural Pragmatics

101709 - Languages and Grammatical Concepts 3A: Arabic

101710 - Languages and Grammatical Concepts 3A: Chinese

101711 - Languages and Grammatical Concepts 3A: Italian

101712 - Languages and Grammatical Concepts 3A: Japanese

101713 - Languages and Grammatical Concepts 3A: Spanish

101721 - Second Language Learning and Teaching

101832 - Talking Normal: Sociolinguistics and Modern Literature

101453 - Text and Discourse in English



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