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Degree

Overview

The Associate degree in Applied Linguistics provides students with a foundational skill in linguistics and the diversity of language in its broad aspects. It prepares Christian men and women with foundations for linguistical analysis, translation and literacy work, other linguistic-related careers, and further studies in Linguistics.

Dr. Linda Whitmer
Program Director

Dept Contact

Concentrations

This degree does not include any concentrations.

Curriculum

Courses may include:

• Phonetics and Phonology
• Intercultural Communication
• Introduction to Linguistics
• Second Language and Culture Acquisition

For more details on this program, check out our academic catalog.

Careers

Career possibilities include entry-level translation, linguistics analysis, and cross-cultural work. Graduates may also choose to pursue further undergraduate study including a bachelor’s degree in Applied Linguistics.

Degree

Overview

The Associate degree in Applied Linguistics provides students with a foundational skill in linguistics and the diversity of language in its broad aspects. It prepares Christian men and women with foundations for linguistical analysis, translation and literacy work, other linguistic-related careers, and further studies in Linguistics.

Dr. Linda Whitmer
Program Director

Dept Contact

Concentrations

This degree does not include any concentrations.

Curriculum

Courses may include:

• Phonetics and Phonology
• Intercultural Communication
• Introduction to Linguistics
• Second Language and Culture Acquisition

For more details on this program, check out our academic catalog.

Careers

Career possibilities include entry-level translation, linguistics analysis, and cross-cultural work. Graduates may also choose to pursue further undergraduate study including a bachelor’s degree in Applied Linguistics.

Degree

Overview

The Associate degree in Applied Linguistics provides students with a foundational skill in linguistics and the diversity of language in its broad aspects. It prepares Christian men and women with foundations for linguistical analysis, translation and literacy work, other linguistic-related careers, and further studies in Linguistics.

Dr. Steven Whitmer
Program Director

Dept Contact

Concentrations

This degree does not include any concentrations.

Curriculum

Courses may include:

• Phonetics and Phonology
• Intercultural Communication
• Introduction to Linguistics
• Second Language and Culture Acquisition

For more details on this program, check out our academic catalog.

Careers

Career possibilities include entry-level translation, linguistics analysis, and cross-cultural work. Graduates may also choose to pursue further undergraduate study including a bachelor’s degree in Applied Linguistics.