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LINGUIST List 19.1721

Thu May 29 2008

FYI: MA Applied Linguistics at Biola University

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        1.    Kitty Purgason, MA Applied Linguistics at Biola University

Message 1: MA Applied Linguistics at Biola University
Date: 28-May-2008
From: Kitty Purgason <kitty.purgasonbiola.edu>
Subject: MA Applied Linguistics at Biola University
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Applications for the fall semester start of the MA Applied Linguistics at
Biola University are being accepted until August 1. This degree allows
students to explore multidisciplinary and culturally appropriate solutions
to language-related human problems both in the United States and abroad,
including bilingual and multilingual education, language planning,
lexicography, literacy, second language acquisition, the development or
modification of writing systems, language survey, Bible translation, and
Scripture use. Our collaborative program, SIL-at-Biola, enables students
to learn from on-the-field practitioners. Our location in the greater Los
Angeles area offers rich language and service opportunities. The larger
university provides optional additional coursework in theology, education,
and intercultural studies. Personal attention is a hallmark of our
program. For more information see http://www.biola.edu/sics/ or e-mail
kitty (dot) purgason (at) biola (dot) edu.

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics

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