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The study of Linguistics at The University of Winnipeg considers the relationship between language, culture and communication.

Interdisciplinary Linguistics examines the complexities of human language across a variety of university departments. In this program, you will explore elements of language structure, the relationship between language form and meaning, language variation and change over time, as well as issues of language use in daily communication in various social and cultural contexts.

This program leads to a Bachelor of Arts degree (3-year, 4-year, or Honours). Students taking an undergraduate degree in another Major may choose to add a Minor in Linguistics as a secondary area of interest.

SAMPLE CAREERS

Interdisciplinary Linguistics students develop excellent analytic writing and communication skills, which are assets in almost any career. Linguists find employment with interpreting and translation, second language education, writing, editing, proofreading, public speaking, broadcasting, policy writing, language planning and policy, literacies, forensic linguistics, sign linguistics, computer-meditated communication, lexicography, speech pathology therapy, voice coaching, acting, and as communication specialists in business, advertising, law, and medicine.

SAMPLE COURSES

Introduction to Linguistics, a first-year course, introduces students to the nature of human language and linguistic research by focusing on the core areas of linguistic analysis: phonetics and phonology (sound structure), morphology (word structure), syntax (sentence structure), semantics (the structure of meaningful categories), and pragmatics (actual language use), as well as on language acquisition, language variation and change.

Languages of the World, a second-year course, examines the linguistic map of the world where approximately 7000 languages are currently spoken, focusing on the spatial distribution of both language families and language isolates, and exploring the principles of language classification. A closer look at six different languages, each from a different continent, reveals the way different language types work in practice.

Sociolinguistics, a third-year course, examines language as a social phenomenon with a focus on the relationship between language and various social variables such as age, class, ethnicity and gender. The course further examines language variations on regional (regional dialects), social (sociolects) and personal (styles and registers) level, as well as topics such as standard language, slang, jargon, politeness and taboo, multilingualism, code switching, and the problems of language planning.

MORE SAMPLE COURSES

Syntax • Linguistic Anthropology • Psycholinguistics • Phonetics and Phonology • Indo-European Language and Mythology

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วันปิดรับสมัคร

1 March 2022, 1 June 2022

เริ่มเรียน

6 มกราคม 2022, 2 พฤษภาคม 2022, 6 กันยายน 2022

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Faculty of Arts

The University of Winnipeg,

515 Portage Avenue,

WINNIPEG,

Manitoba (MB),

R3B 2E9, Canada

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สำหรับนักเรียนสหรัฐอเมริกา

You are a current high school student studying at a school in another Canadian province, and expect to graduate from grade 12 (or equivalent). Test of English as a Foreign Language: Requirement/Score: Internet-based - Achieve a minimum score of 86 with no less than 20 in each component; International English Language Testing System: Requirement/Score: IELTS Academic - Minimum overall band score of 6.5; Cambridge Assessment English: C1 Advanced: Requirement/Score: Minimum score 180; Cambridge Assessment English: C2 Proficiency: Requirement/Score: Minimum score 180; CanTest: Requirement/Score: An average score of 4.5 in Listening and Reading; and a score of 4.0 in Writing, A score of 3.5 in Writing may be considered, depending on the program of study, and provided the student is registered in Academic Writing Extended (ESL); CAEL and CAEL-CE - Minimum score of 60; CAEL online - Minimum score of 70; Pearson Test of English (Academic): Requirement/Score: Minimum of score of 58

สำหรับนักเรียนนานาชาติ

You are a current high school student studying at a school in another Canadian province, and expect to graduate from grade 12 (or equivalent).

Test of English as a Foreign Language: Requirement/Score: Internet-based - Achieve a minimum score of 86 with no less than 20 in each component.

International English Language Testing System: Requirement/Score: IELTS Academic - Minimum overall band score of 6.5

Cambridge Assessment English: C1 Advanced: Requirement/Score: Minimum score 180

Cambridge Assessment English: C2 Proficiency: Requirement/Score: Minimum score 180

CanTest: Requirement/Score: An average score of 4.5 in Listening and Reading; and a score of 4.0 in Writing*
*A score of 3.5 in Writing may be considered, depending on the program of study, and provided the student is registered in Academic Writing Extended (ESL).

CAEL and CAEL-CE - Minimum score of 60; CAEL online - Minimum score of 70

Pearson Test of English (Academic): Requirement/Score: Minimum of score of 58

Deadlines are:

Fall (September): June 1
Winter (January): October 1
Spring (May): March 1

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