Linguistics

Students in a linguistics program learn about the history and psychology of language. Classes focus on linguistic theories and principles based on languages from all over the world. Continue reading for information about relevant education and career options.

Inside Linguistics

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (www.bls.gov), linguistics is a part of the social science of anthropology. It is the study of language as it relates to human behavior, thinking, human life and society. Individuals looking to gain an education in this field can choose from a variety of specialized programs, such as teaching degrees, research-based degrees and special linguistics programs relating to developing language in special needs areas.

Education Information

Programs in linguistics are available at many U.S. universities at the bachelor's, master's and doctoral degree levels. At the bachelor's degree level, students take classes to broaden the knowledge of the structure of their native language through studies in language history, linguistic theory and phonetics.

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