The department offers graduate students an empirically based program of study and research focusing on ethnographic, cognitive, computational and functional linguistics. Specializations include African linguistics, Native American languages, computational linguistics, conversation and discourse analysis, experimental phonetics, functional syntactic theory, historical linguistics, language acquisition, psycholinguistics, semantic theory and sociolinguistics.

Linguistics site
GRE required
Fall: December 15 (International), December 30 (Domestic)

MS in Computational Linguistics (CLASIC)
Requires 32 hours of approved graduate study, including both Linguistics and Computer Science courses. Students will complete a 2 hour capstone project that will run in conjunction with an internship or CU based research project. Students will prepare a technical report on the completed project that the program directors and project leader will jointly evaluate. Click here for Application Information.