Undergraduate study

The School of Linguistics and Applied Language Studies offers two degrees, writing courses, and a New Zealand Sign Language minor at undergraduate level.

Communication

Explore the potential of communication to shape our world.

Available subjects

Linguistics

Language is important for almost everything we do, from making friends and influencing people, to asking a smartphone for directions. Learn about the structure of language and explore how people use it. Or study Writing (academic and professional) and improve your academic writing ability.

Available subjects

Language Teaching

Explore how second—or third, fourth and fifth—languages are learnt and study different approaches for successful language teaching.

Available subjects

Degree requirements

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Majors and minors

If you are considering majoring in Linguistics or Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) or minor in New Zealand Sign Language you can enrol for a Bachelor of Arts degree.

The School also teaches undergraduate courses in Writing.