Master of Science

M.S. students are admitted to one of four concentrations. Click on the links below for detailed information about the requirements for an M.S. in each concentration:

The general requirements for the M.S. in Linguistics include:

Coursework (36 credits)
Foreign Language Proficiency
Master’s Research Paper (MRP)

An M.S. in Computational Linguistics requires 24 credits of coursework instead of 36 and a Master’s Thesis instead of an MRP.

Further details concerning requirements, standards and procedures for the M.S. are given in the Linguistics Graduate Student Handbook and the Graduate Bulletin.