From the Program Director, Dr. Beatriz Lado
Linguistics is the scientific study of natural language and how language is acquired, understood, and used. The interdisciplinary program in linguistics offers a major in Linguistics leading to a B.A. The program will prepare students for graduate study in theoretical and applied linguistics and for careers in the teaching of linguistics and applied linguistics, including the teaching of English as a Second Language.
The minor in Linguistics may be of special interest to students in anthropology, computer science, English, foreign languages and literatures, mathematics, philosophy, psychology, sociology, speech communication, pre-law, and speech-language pathology. A minor in Linguistics may also be an excellent choice for students in educational programs.
Our interdisciplinary Linguistics program has been ranked among the 15 best affordable Linguistics degree programs in the country! Join us at Lehman! Click here for more information.