LINGUIST List 16.1073
Wed Apr 06 2005
Support: Modified: General Ling: MA / MSc, Syracuse U
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Japanese & General Linguistics: MA / MSc Student, Syracuse University, Syracuse, USA
Message 1: Japanese & General Linguistics: MA / MSc Student, Syracuse University, Syracuse, USA
From: Karen Ames <koamessyr.edu>
Subject: Japanese & General Linguistics: MA / MSc Student, Syracuse University, Syracuse, USA
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University or Organization: Syracuse University
Job Rank: MA / MSc
Specialty Areas: General Linguistics
Required Language(s): Japanese (JPN)
Teaching Assistantships in Japanese are available for the support of
students beginning study in Fall 2005 in the Master of Arts Program in
Linguistic Studies at Syracuse University. The Program offers a U. S.
master's level degree in any one of six different Concentrations: TESOL;
linguistic theory; logic and language; information storage and retrieval;
language, culture, and society; and language acquisition. The time of
study is one and a half to two years. Teaching Assistants must have at
least native-like command of the languages they teach. Admission to
the Program is continuous.
Consult the department Web site at http://lang.syr.edu/ (scroll down to
'Graduate MA Programs' and click on 'Linguistics') for further details. An
application for admission to study in the MA Program is available at the
Program Web site. If, after reading the Web site thoroughly, you still
have questions, contact the Program's Graduate Admissions Coordinator, Ms.
Karen O. Ames, at koamesmailbox.syr.edu or the Syracuse University
Graduate School at gradschlsuadmin.syr.edu. Repeat: These are not
free-standing teaching positions but are, rather, awards to support
students in a graduate program of study.
Address for Applications:
Ms Karen Ames
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