The Department of Linguistics at Georgetown University is unique among linguistics programs in its size and in the breadth of its research and curriculum. The department’s 16 regular faculty are organized into four concentrations--Applied Linguistics, Computational Linguistics, Sociolinguistics, and Theoretical Linguistics–and are supported by Affiliated Faculty in many other departments across the University. Our size has allowed faculty and students to develop many areas of specialization and expertise. Faculty teach most of their courses in their main areas of interest and offer seminars in their current research nearly every year; consequently, students learn from enthusiastic experts and have many opportunities to work on research with professors.
The Department of Linguistics offers courses of study leading to the Bachelor of Arts in Linguistics; Master of Arts with a concentration in Language and Communication; Master of Arts in Teaching English as a Second Language; Master of Arts in Teaching English as a Second Language and Bilingual Education; Master of Science in Linguistics; Accelerated MS, MLC and MAT degrees, and Doctor of Philosophy in Linguistics.
- Jun 28, All day: Summer 1st 6-week Session Ends
- Jul 1, All day: Summer 2nd 6-week Session Begins
- Jul 5, All day: Summer First Session Ends