A course of studies that integrates several sub-subjects:
In this course you will receive a scientifically all-round education on the subject of "language"; (general) and "languages"; (similarities and differences). The course includes a substantial improvement in your foreign language skills - in English, French, Italian, Spanish, Japanese, German as a foreign language, Hebrew, Yiddish, Latin or Ancient Greek - and offers the possibility of different specialisations/orientations in the field of language learning:
- Languages (2 foreign languages)
- Basics (philosophy and 1 foreign language)
- Psycholinguistics (psycho- and neurolinguistics and 1 foreign language)
- Computational linguistics (machine language processing and 1 foreign language)
- interest in language itself and in foreign languages
- good English skills
1st academic year:
Introduction to the subject linguistics and the three most important core areas (lute level = phonetics & phonology, grammar level = morphology & syntax, meaning level = semantics & pragmatics); language courses, basics of philosophy and computer science.
2nd and 3rd academic year:
Advanced language courses, deepening training in the core areas and familiarisation with a special field:
- Linguistic diversity and variation Sociolinguistics, language policy, language types and varieties
- Historical Linguistics Language change and development
- Psycho- and Neurolinguistics Language and brain, language acquisition, speech disorders
- Computational linguistics, e. g. machine translation, speech synthesis and speech recognition, etc.
- Linguistics of English, French, Italian or Spanish (in planning)
In the variant focusing on computational linguistics, there is a reduced specialisation in the core areas in favour of a comprehensive introduction to the theory and practice of language processing with the computer.
Knowledge of the complexity of human languages, as provided by linguistics, is useful in many professional fields. This include i.a. the fields of electronic information processing, training of speech therapists, foreign language teaching, activities in media and journalism, textbook development as well as advice on text creation e.g. of manuals.
The additional qualifications of the respective the specializations increase career opportunities depending on the field of activity.
However, neither the bachelor's nor the master's degree qualifies students to work as speech-language pathologists or clinical ling
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