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This 180-point master’s degree is an advanced programme offering specialized courses in linguistic analysis and a significant research component. Master of Linguistics (MLing) students will analyse the relationship between a language and its 'social life'. In a New Zealand context, this means understanding how English has developed over time, and how it continues to change as a marker of NZ identity, as well as understanding the relationship, both past and present, between English and Te Reo Māori.
How do I plan my degree?
The MLing is a 180-point programme that consists of:
Subjects and courses
There are no restrictions on which taught courses a student can take, but they must take no more than two taught courses in a given semester. Students are free to choose any 400 or 600 level Linguistics courses up to a total of 90 points, and LING 691 MLing Thesis.
Students can study a Doctor of Philosophy in Linguistics.
Graduates of the Master in Linguistics will be highly trained in the theories and contemporary methodologies of Linguistics and skillful in a range of complementary analytical, critical and linguistic skills. These will include an understanding of:
Start date: Monthly by arrangement with supervisor
A candidate for this master's needs to have either:
English language requirements:
IELTS (Academic): Minimum overall score of 6.5, with a minimum of 6.0 in reading, writing, listening and speaking.
TOEFL (IBT): Minimum overall score of 90, with a minimum score of 19 in Reading, Listening and Writing.
PTE (Pearson Test of English - Academic): Overall score of 58 and no communicative skills score below 50.
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