PaCE Majors

Linguistics

Linguistics majors study language from multiple perspectives. They analyze words and the structure of languages; how speech is used in ordinary conversation; dialects; how children acquire languages; how adults acquire a second language; and the relationships of language to gender, the brain and the use of computers. Linguists analyze and contribute to mass communication, they testify about language meaning and use in the courtroom, and they analyze natural language processing. Linguists also teach non-native speakers to speak, read, write and comprehend English and other languages.

Transition Requirements:

  • ANT 3620
  • Two Foreign Language Courses
  • 2.0 UF GPA
  • 2.75 tracking GPA

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