Graduate Programs in Linguistics
The M.A. and Ph.D. programs in Linguistics are administered by an interdisciplinary graduate group consisting of faculty members from various academic units. There are currently 32 members of the Graduate Group in Linguistics, with representation from the College of Letters and Science (L&S), the College of Biological Sciences, and the School of Education:
- L&S, Division of Humanities, Arts and Cultural Studies: 3 in Spanish and Portuguese, 1 in French and Italian, 1 in East Asian Languages and Cultures, 1 in German, 1 in African and African American Studies, 1 in Native American Studies, 1 in Religious Studies, and 1 in the University Writing Program
- L&S, Division of Social Sciences: 10 in Linguistics, 2 in Anthropology, 3 in Psychology, and 2 in Philosophy
- School of Education: 4 members
- College of Biological Sciences: 1 in Neurobiology, Physiology and Behavior
There are two Graduate Group committees. The Executive Committee assists the Chair of the Graduate Group in administering the program, establishes the policies and procedures expressed in the bylaws, and reviews the membership of the group. The Admissions Committee reviews applications to the M.A. and Ph.D. programs, makes recommendations to the Dean of Graduate Studies concerning admissions, and provides guidance concerning the distribution of fellowship funds to graduate students.