The main aim of the Linguistics specialization Degree is to provide students with in-depth knowledge on how language and languages work. This specialization (or majoring subject) is intended for different publics, who need to be able to comprehend language phenomena. With this in mind, this course enables students to:
  • Develop their analytical and thinking skills so that they may be able to understand and fully master different types of approaches to language and languages;
  • Acquire the working methods necessary for these capacities of analysis and thinking and, as such, facilitate their university and professional adaptability;
  • Establish and specify their professional objectives by systematically asking themselves varied questions and by progressively developing the autonomy required to become professionally independent.

Linguistics, language, language structure, languages, teaching, psycholinguistics, discourse, enunciation, acquisition.