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Program Name: Linguistics
Program Homepage: http://sta.uwi.edu/fhe/dmll/index.asp
Institution: University of the West Indies at St. Augustine
Address: Department of Modern Languages and Linguistics
Faculty of Humanities & Education
City: St. Augustine
Zip/Postal Code: 00000
Country: Trinidad and Tobago
Application Deadline: 31 March
Contact Person: Jo-Anne Ferreira, Dr
Email:

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Phone: 868 662 2002
Fax: 868 663 5059
Linguistic Subfield(s): Anthropological Linguistics
Applied Linguistics
Discourse Analysis
Forensic Linguistics
General Linguistics
Genetic Classification
Historical Linguistics
Language Acquisition
Language Documentation
Ling & Literature
Morphology
Phonetics
Phonology
Sociolinguistics
Syntax
Text/Corpus Linguistics
Translation
Language/Language Family Specialization(s): American Sign Language
British Sign Language
Central American Creole
Central American Deaf Sign Languages
Creole
Creole English, Jamaican
Creole English, Tobagonian
Creole English, Trinidadian
Creole English, Vincentian
Creole French, Guadeloupean
Creole French, KaripĂșna
Creole French, Saint Lucian
Deaf Sign Language
English
English
English based
English, Old
French
French Subgroup
French based
Hindi
Indo-European
Jamaican Country Sign Language
North American Deaf Sign Languages
Portuguese
Providencia Sign Language
South American Deaf Sign Languages
Spanish
Program Size: Large (over 25 students)
Program Description: The Department of Modern Languages and Linguistics offers the following degrees in Linguistics: the B.A., M.Phil, and Ph.D., and a postgraduate Diploma in TESOL, and an M.A. (Speech-Language Pathology). The Department specialises in Socio-historical Linguistics (with an emphasis on the Caribbean), Language Education (with a focus on English Language Teaching), Discourse Analysis, and Speech-Language Pathology. See also: https://www.facebook.com/dmlluwista/?fref=ts
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