|Faculty:||Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
|Description:||Linguistics is the scientific study of human language, including language structure, language variation, language change, and the development of language, as well as the psychology and biology of language. Linguistics applies analytic methods to different facets of language, like childhood acquisition of language, sound patterning in language, and the ways in which social groups use language.
Memorial has the only linguistics department in Atlantic Canada. The department emphasises data-driven, theoretically informed inquiry into language structure, Aboriginal languages, language variation and change, and language acquisition. Memorial is host to exceptional in-house data archives, broad library holdings and state-of-the-art labs and analytical tools.
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The cost is a sample for two semesters of a bachelor's degree program.