LINGUIST List 15.3019
Sat Oct 23 2004
Support: Linguistic Studies: MA / MSc Student, Syracuse U
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Linguistic Studies: MA / MSc Student, Syracuse U, NY
Message 1: Linguistic Studies: MA / MSc Student, Syracuse U, NY
From: Karen Ames <koamessyr.edu>
Subject: Linguistic Studies: MA / MSc Student, Syracuse U, NY
University or Organization: Syracuse University
Job Rank: MA / MSc
Specialty Areas: Applied Linguistics; Computational Linguistics; Language
Required Language(s): English; French; Japanese; Spanish
Teaching Assistantships in French, Spanish, Chinese, ESL,
and Japanese are available to support study beginning in
Fall 2005 in the Master of Arts Program in Linguistic
Studies at Syracuse University.
The Program offers a U. S. master's degree in any one of
six Concentration Areas: 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.
TAs must have at least native-like command of the
languages they teach.
The deadline for application for admission to the Program
is Feb. 1, 2005 if an applicant wishes to be assured of
consideration for one of these TAships.
Admission to the Program is continuous. Consult the
Program Web site at http://lang.syr.edu/
(scroll down to 'Graduate MA Programs' and click
on 'Linguistics') for full information about the
Program. An on-line application is available at the Web
If, after reading the Web site carefully, you still have
questions, email the Program's Graduate Admissions
Coordinator, Ms. Karen Ames, at 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
United States of America
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