BS (Hons) English Language and Linguistics

Program Introduction

BS language and linguistic is a program that gives the participants an opportunity to investigate the most intricate aspects of human behavior and knowledge. Specialization in linguistics enables the students to learn about many characteristics of human language including words (morphology) and their meanings (semantics), sounds and their variation (phonetics and phonology), sentence and the context of their utterances (pragmatics). Studying linguistics also gives an insight into the changes involve in a language over the period of time and how a language is learned and acquired (language learning theories). Moreover it also includes the variation in language (sociolinguistics) due to region and culture, and most importantly it also contains certain modules that will help you in dealing the real the classroom management and teaching English to the speakers of other languages (teaching methodologies). It helps in developing the syllabus and designing the curriculum according to the level of learners and the use of technology in developing their critical thinking.

Linguistics is progressively an important subject influencing many areas of studies, including psychology, philosophy, education and artificial intelligence. It has the real world application and answers many of the questions, regarding how are gender and religion affect our language? Why do some languages extinct and why do others transcends? Why one language is different from other? What is the role of mind and brain in learning? Understanding of these and many other questions will assist in becoming more critical, self reflective, and research oriented in many fields of our communication, learning and production.

Program Details

4 Years

Intermediate with atleat 50% marks and no 3rd division in matriculation.

Written test of English proficiency with atleast 50% marks.

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