Study areas: Audiology, Applied Linguistics, Japanese Interpreting and Translation, Translation and Interpretation ( English and Chinese), Speech Pathology, TESOL Studies, and Writing, Publishing and Editing
Programs in the broad field of linguistics can be found in different faculties within the University of Queensland (UQ).
Degrees in Speech Pathology and Audiology are offered by UQ's School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences. The Division of Speech Pathology has a long and proud history of providing speech pathology education, offering its first course in 1962. The quality of its graduates is recognized worldwide, and the University has an international reputation for the quality of its Speech Pathology programs.
Several clinics are administered within this School, and, in addition to offering a quality service to the community, they provide students with experience in the clinical aspects of their degrees and provide opportunities for specialized teaching and research.
Additionally, the School of English, Media Studies and Art History in UQ's Faculty of Humanities, Social Science, Education and Arts devotes its attention to the study of culture and society through its language, texts and practices. By examining cultural productions—such as books, paintings, theatrical productions, films, television shows, and new media—as well as analyzing the use and development of language, the School explores the ways in which people make meaning of their world and their place in it.
The School of English, Media Studies and Art History comprises a large research-oriented school with more than 40 academic staff and an impressive record of teaching, scholarship and publication. Its staff members have won many teaching excellence awards, and many are working on a large number of national and international research projects that have attracted funding from industry and government. The School also leads a number of outstanding Research Centres, as well as national and international journals. Within the School of English, Media Studies and Art History, postgraduate programs are offered in Linguistics and TESOL Studies, along with a Master of Arts (Advanced) in Linguistics. Research higher degrees can also be undertaken in the area.
University of Queensland Graduate Linguistics and Languages Degrees
Master of Applied Linguistics
Master of Audiology Studies (vocational, professional program)
Master of Arts (Linguistics)
Master of Arts (Writing, Editing and Publishing)
Master of Arts in Japanese Interpreting and Translation
Master of Arts in Translation and Interpreting (English and Chinese)
Master of Speech Pathology Studies (vocational, professional program)
Plus, Graduate Diplomas and Graduate Certificates are available in all Master of Arts program areas.
Doctor of Philosophy
Master of Philosophy
Master in Audiology Studies (by research)
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