17 PhD Programmes in Linguistics 2024
The study of semantics, meaning, history, psychological and sociological implications and science of human language. PhD candidates studying Linguistics may specialize in theoretical Linguistics, dealing with cognitive, pragmatic, semiotic, phonological, grammatical, quantitative, lexical and orthographic aspects of the study. Descriptive Linguistics, focusing on Anthropological linguistics, Comparative linguistics, Historical linguistics and Sociolinguistics, is also a featured area of specialization. Further, PhD candidates' research might deal with applied and experimental linguistics, in the areas of Computational linguistics, Evolutionary linguistics, Forensic linguistics, Internet linguistics, Language acquisition and development, Neurolinguistics or Psycholinguistics.
PhD programs in Linguistics typically take three to five years to complete, allowing students opportunities to work during their PhD time by teaching or assisting professors, doing research, writing or performing other key tasks in the department. PhD candidates will be required to propose a topic for their research in a specific area of linguistics and will then write a full-length dissertation on the topic. PhD research may involve experimentation, primary and secondary text research, or other methodologies.
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