Linguistics can be taken as a combined subject degree or a single'subject degree. SOAS is unique in the UK for being able to offer a range of subject combinations that include the opportunity to study the languages, literature, and cultures of Africa, Asia and the Near and Middle East.
Linguistics Modules include: General linguistics; introduction to grammatical structure; introduction to phonology; intermediate phonology; intermediate syntax; topics in lexical semantics or language and meaning 1; advanced syntax; current issues in phonology; issues in semantics; language, society and communication; morphology; psychology of language; phonetics; topics in lexical semantics; language in Africa; Altaic morpho'phonology; historical linguistics; linguistic typology; the structure of Bantu languages; the structure of Japanese; extended essay in linguistics; issues in semantics; current issues in phonology; advanced syntax; dynamic syntax; topics in the structure of Chinese; independent study project in linguistics. Tibetan Modules include: Intensive elementary Tibetan; cultural history of Tibet; intermediate modern Tibetan; intermediate classical Tibetan; Tibetan historical and biographical literature; readings in mahayana sutra literature; Tibetan Buddhist texts from central Asia; Tibetan Buddhism; independent study in Tibetan language and literature; independent study project in Tibetan language and literature (using language sources).
|Duration & Attendance||Qualification||Tuition fees|
|BA (Hons)||£9,000 Academic year. First year home fees|
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