MS Applied Linguistics
MS Applied Linguistics (MSAL) is an Afternoon Programme. The programme is structured around four semesters. Semester one and two have course work only and semester three and four have MS Dissertation or Independent Study Project (ISP).
Eligibility Criteria for Seeking Admission
The candidate should possess 16 years education in English in the relevant area or equivalent in the relevant fields with second division and above in annual system of education / minimum 2.4/4.0 CGPA in semester system education.
- Candidates with BS English 4 years
- Candidates with MA English (Language/Linguistics)
- Candidates with MA English (Literature Linguistics)*
- Candidates with MA (Literature)*
*Candidates are required to complete Customised Courses. This requirement is not to complete certain number of credit hours for 16 years education rather it is to ensure their background knowledge in theoretical linguistics which may vary across programmes offered at different universities.
The current fields of research encompass Second Language Teaching & Learning, EIL, EAP, ESP Academic English, English for Specific Purposes, Writing Instruction and Evaluation, Teacher Cognition, Genre Analysis, Language Pedagogy, Language Anxiety, CALL, Curriculum and syllabus designing, Materials writing, Language Testing and Evaluation, Language Teacher Education, Multilingualism, Code-switching, Language Identity, Language Contact and Discourse Analysis.