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3.6.3.2 University of Florida

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University of Florida

Focus / Concentrations:               General (Theoretical, Applied)

Department / College:                   College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

It seems as though the University of Florida best encapsulates the idea of “General Linguistics Programs.” According the Linguistics Department in Gainesville, its program fits best under the heading of “General” linguistics because while they offer courses in theoretical linguistics, a number of students specialize in a wide range of areas, from purely theoretical to more applied sociolinguistics, discourse, SLA, TESL, and experimental.

They also have a very responsible and friendly staff. You should only think about applying to the University of Florida if you like good weather, a friendly work environment, and interested in all aspects of linguistics studies.

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January 26, 2010 at 11:04 am

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