Interested in one of our graduate programs? Here's what you should do:
- Step 1.) Contact the faculty member leading that program.
- MA in Linguistics (Language Documentation)
- MA in Linguistics (Computational Linguistics) or Interdisciplinary MS with Comp Ling Concentation or Comp Ling Graduate Certificate
- Faculty contact: Taraka Kasicheyanula
- MA in ESL (English as a Second Language) or TESOL Graduate Certificate
- Faculty contact: Xian Zhang
- Linguistics Concentration Ph. D. in Information Science
- Faculty contact: Shobhana Chelliah
- Grad Track
- Faculty contact: Konstantia Kapetangianni
- General MA
- Faculty contact: Patricia Cukor-Avila
- Step 2.) Review the degree requirements and course descriptions for your area of interest (updated 3/10/2021)
- Step 3.) Create a degree plan in conjunction with a faculty program lead. Take graduate deadlines into consideration.
- Step 4.) Join our community via SLANT (Student Linguistic Association of North Texas).
- Step 5.) Explore scholarship, grant and financial aid opportunities, and teaching and research assistantships.
- Step 6.) Familiarize yourself with the graduate student handbook.
- Step 7.) File your degree plan with the COI advising office.
- Step 8.) Join our community via SLANT (Student Linguistic Association of North Texas).
- Step 9.) Attend the required student orientation.
Graduate Course Descriptions
Check the 2020-2021 UNT Catalog and select the current year for updated course descriptions. See screenshot below for location of drop-down menu selection.
Catalog is currently up to date ( as of April 1, 2021)