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  • MIT Department of Linguistics: Graduate Program: Specialization
    and research including a tentative curricular plan This statement is developed in consultation with the student s advisor and other relevant faculty It is then submitted to the Graduate Program Director who shares it with the faculty Most students choose one of the programs in phonology syntax semantics or experimental linguistics described in the links below which do not require any special approval by the faculty These programs have been designed to give students both breadth and depth in core topics investigated within the department Specialization in Experimental Linguistics Specialization in Phonology and Phonetics Specialization in Semantics Specialization in Syntax A student may also propose an alternative course of study to satisfy the Area of Specialization requirement if it is clear that the alternative better suits their specific interests The alternative program should be similar in size and scope to those listed above This option has proven useful for example for students who want to include an extensive fieldwork component in their program students who want to supplement their linguistic research with training in a related field or students whose core interests cross subdisciplinary boundaries within linguistics Individualized proposals of this sort must be approved by the faculty A student

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/linguistics/graduate/specialization/ (2016-02-01)
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  • MITILI home page
    D808 Cambridge MA 02139 617 253 4141 Norvin Richards Professor of Linguistics norvin mit edu The Department of Linguistics and Philosophy is in the process of creating a Master s program in linguistics for speakers of threatened languages Graduates of the program will be able to use their linguistic knowledge to help their communities keep their languages alive In addition the MIT Indigenous Language Initiative will offer expanded opportunities for

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/linguistics/mitili/ (2016-02-01)
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  • MIT Department of Linguistics: Minor Program in Linguistics
    in Linguistics consists of six subjects arranged in three levels of study intended to provide students with breadth in the field of theoretical linguistics as a whole The three levels are as follows Tier I One subject 24 900 Introduction to Linguistics Tier II Three subjects 24 901 Language and Its Structure I Phonology 24 902 Language and Its Structure II Syntax 24 903 Language and Its Structure III Semantics

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/linguistics/undergraduate/LingMinor.html (2016-02-01)
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  • MIT Department of Linguistics: HASS Concentration in Linguistics
    Search Concentration in Linguistics This page offers information about the HASS concentration offered by the Linguistics section of our department We also offer a major program and a Minor Program in Linguistics The requirements for a Concentration in Linguistics are the following Three subjects which must include 24 900 Introduction to Linguistics HASS D CI H one subject chosen from 24 901 Phonology 24 902 Syntax or 24 903 Semantics

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/linguistics/undergraduate/LingConcentration.html (2016-02-01)
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  • Harvard Cross-registration Instructions for MIT Graduate Students: MIT Office of the Registrar
    cross registration differ across the schools at Harvard At some Harvard schools for example the Harvard Business School the deadline to cross register falls before or during the first week of classes at MIT Refer to the Harvard Coordinated Academic Calendar for the specific deadlines of each Harvard school MIT s deadline for completing cross registration is Add Date end of the fifth week of the term STEP 4 Submit a cross registration form at MIT s Student Services Center Complete a cross registration form and have it signed by your MIT Departmental Registration Officer NOTE Subjects must be taken for credit at the Harvard Law School HLS does not allow listeners Bring 2 copies of the signed form to the Student Services Center 11 120 The staff at the front desk there will date stamp both copies of the form and return one copy to you for your records You do not need to bring a copy of the paper form to Harvard You do need to follow STEP 5 in these instructions to submit Harvard s online cross registration petition STEP 5 Complete Harvard s online cross registration petition The Harvard cross registration petition is available online to MIT students To access the online form you must first create a Harvard XID account using your MIT email address If you have cross registered at Harvard in a previous term you may use an existing Harvard XID to cross register but not an HUID If you log in to Harvard s system with an HUID you will not be able to access online cross registration After submitting Harvard s online form your cross registration will be sent to the appropriate Harvard instructor and registrar for approval Please refer to Harvard s instructions on how to submit your Harvard online cross registration petition STEP 6 Check your status of registration on WebSIS To confirm that your cross registration is complete check that your Harvard subjects are appearing in your status of registration on WebSIS It takes some time for cross registration paperwork to be processed at the beginning of the term If a Harvard subject does not appear on your status of registration on WebSIS by the end of the fourth week of the term please check with the MIT Registrar s Office Return to Top Dropping a Harvard Subject MIT students may now drop Harvard subjects using the new Online Add Drop application The MIT Registrar s Office will then notify the appropriate Harvard Registrar s Office that you have dropped the subject If the Harvard subject is dropped before MIT s drop deadline but after Harvard s the subject will be dropped from your MIT record but it will not be dropped at Harvard This means your Harvard record will show either a failing or missing grade However in this case any failing grade sent to the MIT Registrar s Office from Harvard will not be posted on your MIT record Return to Top Grading and Credit The

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/registrar/reg/xreg/MITtoHarvard.html (2016-02-01)
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  • Undergraduate Communication Requirement: About
    the Requirement is structured so that students complete at least one CI subject in each year of undergraduate study Two of the required subjects are chosen from a group of designated subjects offered in the Humanities Arts and Social Sciences curriculum CI H subjects The other two required CI subjects are taken in the student s major department CI M subjects CI H subjects Communication Intensive in the Humanities Arts and Social Sciences provide a foundation in effective writing and oral communication CI H subjects are writing classes or classes in the HASS curriculum in which students plan organize draft and revise a series of assignments based on course material CI HW subjects are a subset of CI H subjects concentrating more particularly on the writing process CI HW subjects focus on the writing process e g pre writing drafting revising and editing and the rhetorical dimensions of writing e g the audience for whom one is writing the purpose for which one is writing to argue inform persuade explain and convince CI M subjects Communication Intensive in the Major teach the specific forms of communication common to the field s professional and academic culture Students may write in teams

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/commreq/ (2016-02-01)
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  • MIT Department of Linguistics: People: Faculty: Norvin Richards
    Information Events Visitors Groups Related Sites MITWPL Search People Faculty Graduate Students Alumni Staff Norvin Richards Professor of Linguistics Syntax Endangered Languages Austronesian Languages Margaret MacVicar Faculty Fellow Personal home page Mailing Address MIT Linguistics and Philosophy 77 Massachusetts Avenue

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/linguistics/people/faculty/richards/ (2016-02-01)
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  • MIT Department of Linguistics: People: Faculty: Roger Schwarzschild
    Research Graduate Program Undergraduate Program Course Information Events Visitors Groups Related Sites MITWPL Search People Faculty Graduate Students Alumni Staff Roger Schwarzschild Professor of Linguistics Semantics Personal home page Mailing Address MIT Linguistics and Philosophy 77 Massachusetts Avenue 32 D808

    Original URL path: http://web.mit.edu/linguistics/people/faculty/schwarzschild/ (2016-02-01)
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