Master of Applied Linguistics (MC-APLING) // Course structure
About this course
- Entry and participation requirements
- Attributes, outcomes and skills
- Course structure
- Majors, minors and specialisations
- Further study
Dr Kellie Frost
Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences
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Please refer to individual Specialisations.
Students are required to complete the program requirements/structure from the year that they commenced their program. All required compulsory, core and capstone subjects for your specialisation and entry point must be completed to be eligible to graduate from the program.
Capstone subject options must be completed in the final hundred points of the program. All students are required to complete one Capstone subject option (at least 25 points). This requirement cannot be waived or replaced in any circumstances:
Capstone Stream 1: LING90010 Minor thesis (25 points)
Purpose: An opportunity to integrate knowledge and research skills within the English Language specialisation OR the TESOL specialisation OR the Language Testing specialisation
Capstone Stream 2: LING90041 Projects in Applied Linguistics (25 points)
Purpose: An opportunity to integrate knowledge and skills from chosen specialisations (English Language OR TESOL OR Language Testing) to real-world projects
For policies that govern this degree, see the Courses, Subjects, Awards and Programs Policy in the University Melbourne Policy Library. Students also should also refer to information in the Enrolment and Timetabling Policy.
Last updated: 28 May 2023