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Master of Applied Linguistics (Language Test & Language Program Evaluation)

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  • Academic Title
    Master of Applied Linguistics (Language Test & Language Program Evaluation)
  • Course description
    The masters program provides specialist training and a professional qualification for graduates who are working, or seeking to work in the field, and may also be taken for general interest. High achieving students who complete the thesis option may qualify for entry to a masters by research or PhD.

    Objectives:    

    Students who complete the masters should:

        * acquire an advanced level understanding of concepts, current issues and research methods in the core areas of applied linguistics;
        * complete a focused piece of research if undertaking the thesis component of the course;
        * gain specialist knowledge and research techniques in language testing and language program evaluation.

    Course Structure & Available Subjects:    

    Coursework only

        * four compulsory subjects
        * elective subjects

    Course total: 100 points. Subjects are 12.5 points each, unless indicated otherwise.

    Coursework and Minor Thesis

        * four compulsory subjects
        * a thesis subject 10,000 words
        * elective subjects

    Course total: 100 points. Subjects are 12.5 points each, unless indicated otherwise.

    Depending on the subjects completed, students who discontinue the course after completing 50 points may be eligible for a postgraduate certificate.

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