Programme structure and assessment
This programme comprises two semesters of taught compulsory and optional courses, followed by a dissertation
The programme divides into two parts: a taught component, corresponding to the Diploma, and a dissertation component.
Progression to dissertation is conditional on successful completion of the taught component. The dissertation requirement, if successfully met, leads to the award of the MSc in Applied Linguistics.
The taught component of the programme divides into two parts. The first part, conveniently termed core courses, introduces you to the basic concepts, issues and methods in Linguistics. This part of the programme is compulsory. In the second part of the taught component, conveniently termed options, you can choose from a pool of available courses and, under guidance, tailor a programme to suit your particular interests.
The dissertation consists of a piece of independent research of around 8,000 words intended to demonstrate knowledge of the literature and research skills in a particular area of Applied Linguistics.
Degree Programme Table (DPT)
Information in the Degree Programme Tables may still be subject to change.