- Minimum 24 Units
This program focuses on the nature and structure of language. It is undertaken by students with little or no background in linguistics but who are interested in description and explanation of particular languages or of human linguistic capabilities in general.
The Graduate Certificate of Linguistics can be taken as a preparatory program for the Master of Linguistics or the Master of Applied Linguistics for those students who have little or no background in linguistics or applied linguistics.
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Applicants should have a three year Bachelors degree from an Australian tertiary institution or its international equivalent. Applicants without a first degree, but with relevant professional experience and appropriate prior learning, will be eligible for admission into the Graduate Certificate in Linguistics. Overseas candidates from non-English speaking backgrounds are required to demonstrate that they meet the University's minimum English language requirements.
Domestic Tuition Fees (DTF)
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- Annual indicative fee for international students
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Eligibility for ANU scholarships varies depending on the specifics of the scholarship and can be categorised by the type of student you are. Specific scholarship application process information is included in the relevant scholarship listing.
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The Graduate Certificate in Linguistics requires the completion of 24 units.
The 24 units must include:
A minimum of 6 units from the completion of Core courses.
LING6001 - Introduction to the Study of Language
LING6020 - The Structure of English
LING8025 - Tools and Resources for Language Analysis
A maximum of 18 units from the completion of Elective courses.
ASIA6001 - Language in Asia
LANG6103 - Acquiring Pragmatics of a Second Language
LING6002 - Language and Society
LING6003 - Introduction to Syntax
LING6008 - Semantics
LING6010 - Phonetics: Sounds of the World's Languages
LING6015 - Language, Culture and Translation
LING6016 - Language in Indigenous Australian Society
LING6021 - Cross Cultural Communication
LING6022 - Language Policy and Language Politics
LING6023 - Dictionaries and Dictionary-Making
LING6105 - Language and the law: introduction to forensic linguistics
LING6311 - Language and Social Interaction
LING6529 - The History of the English Language
PASI6020 - An introduction to Languages of the Pacific
Students who have completed the compulsory/core course(s) in another ANU award are exempt from this requirement and will take alternative course(s) from the program in their place.
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