Linguistics in College of william and mary
Linguistics is the study of language both as a faculty of mind and as a social institution. Linguistics majors learn about speech sounds, word formation, and sentence structure in the world's languages, along with models for representing linguistic knowledge in the mind and tools for discovering the structure of different languages. They also study language change, including the history of English, and language variation within communities, including its social and political bases.
The Secondary School Report form High school transcript Personal StatementCounselor letter of recommendationThe Midyear School Report form
Law, Journalism, Language Teaching, Speech Pathology/Speech And Hearing Science, Language And Information Technologies (Including Speech Synthesis And Recognition, TextContent Analysis, And Machine Translation), Information And Library Science, Or Editing And Publishing