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BA German with Linguistics

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  • Objectives
    Each year you will take up to two modules in Linguistics. The first year will familiarise you with a broad range of issues and fields of study in modern linguistics, including syntax, morphology and semantics. Modules in the second year will build on these foundations. Students can choose from a wide range of modules, including historical linguistics, sociolinguistics, and semantic theory. In the final year, courses will mostly focus on interdisciplinary approaches: more specifically, text and discourse analysis as well as social and cultural aspects of language use.
  • Entry requirements
    Entry Requirements -International Baccalaureate 34 points overall including HL6 in English and History -Irish Leaving Certificate A1 A1 B1 B1 B2 B2 at Higher level including grade B1 in English or History -European Baccalaureate 80% overall inc 80% in English or History -USA: Advanced Placement Tests Three AP subjects with 544 including English or History at grade 5 -Australia: Tertiary Entrance Ranking 95+ Tertiary Entrance Ranking, or an OP of band 4 for Queensland
  • Academic Title
    BA German with Linguistics
  • Course description
    BA German with Linguistics

    Programme

    Year 1

    -German: Core Language (15 credits)
    -Introduction to Linguistics

    Year 2

    -German: Core language (15 credits)
    -A History of English
    -Language Varieties & Sociolinguistics
    -Language & Mind
    -Language, Context & Pragmatics
    -Second Language Acquisition
    -Text & Discourse Analysis

    Year 3

    -Year Abroad Practical Language
    -Year Abroad Essay(s) in German
    -Year Abroad Dissertation

    Year 4

    -German: Core Language (15 credits)

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