¿Qué aprenderé?

Language is an essential part of what it is to be human and this program gives you the opportunity to examine how language works in real life. The field of Applied Linguistics and Discourse Studies develops and applies theories to solve everyday problems involving language. Course materials address such questions as how languages are taught and learned, how language competencies are evaluated, how writing is used to perform a variety of functions, how language is used in specific social contexts, how language can influence society and vice versa, how government policies influence language practices and what makes a bilingual education program effective.

Applied Linguistics emerged as a distinct discipline in the late 1970s with a concern for solving real-world problems related to language learning and teaching, language in education, language policymaking, language testing, language in society and effective communication in the workplace. Discourse Studies and Writing Studies focus on the study of text, talk, writing and, more recently, multimodal and multimedia discourse; they employ a range of research methods including case studies, ethnography, critical discourse analysis, genre analysis, and computer-assisted corpus analysis.

Our programs focus on three main areas:

Applied Linguistics: How are languages learned, taught, and assessed? How can language policies influence language practices and protect minority or endangered languages? What makes professional communication in a first or second language effective? What role does language play in creating social identities and social orders?

Discourse Studies: How is language—spoken, written, visual—used in complex organizations such as workplaces, schools and media to achieve specific goals, and what is its level of effectiveness? How are texts and other symbol systems—such as photographs and video clips—used, and why and for whose ends? How do we use language to exercise or resist power?

Writing Studies: How is writing used in academic, workplace, and community settings to construct knowledge, accomplish learning, and coordinate people’s activities? How is writing best taught and learned in these settings?

Both the programs examine each of these areas. Honours students may complete an optional Honours project, and many high-achieving students continue into our MA program.

¿En cuál departamento estoy?

Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

Opciones de estudio

a tiempo completo (3 YEARS - GENERAL; 4 YEARS - HONOURS)

Costos de estudio
CAD$27.281,68 (US$ 19.913) por año
CAN $14,064.54 for Fall semester; CAN $13,217.14 for Winter semester

*El precio que se muestra es una referencia, por favor verificar con la institución

Fecha de inicio

9 Septiembre 2020

Lugar

Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

330 Paterson Hall,

1125 Colonel By Drive,

OTTAWA,

Ontario (ON),

K1S 5B6, Canada

Requerimiento de entrada

Para estudiantes de Estados Unidos

High school graduation is the normal minimum level of study to be considered for admission to the first year of an undergraduate program at Carleton University. Academic performance in previous studies is the main determining factor for admission to undergraduate degree programs. Applicants must need the full IB diploma (three subsidiary [SL] and three higher level [HL] subjects), with a minimum of 28 points (please note that some programs are more competitive, so will require higher scores). Applicants may have one subject with a grade of 3, provided it is offset by a grade of 5 or better. Prerequisite subjects must have a grade of 4 or better. Early/conditional offers may be available with predicted results. IB students may be awarded advanced standing (transfer) credit for HL subjects with a grade of 5 or better subject to the discretion of the appropriate faculty, to a maximum of 3.0 credits. English language requirement: Canadian Academic English Language Assessment (CAEL): Minimum score of 70 overall with a minimum score of 60 on each band; Internet Based (iBT) TOEFL: 86 (22 in writing and speaking, 20 reading and listening); IELTS (Academic): 6.5 IELTS (min 6.0 each band); Pearson Test of English (PTE) Academic: 60 (min 60 in each Communicative Skill); Michigan English Language Assessment Battery (MELAB): 85 (min. score of 80 on each section).

Para estudiantes internacionales

High school graduation is the normal minimum level of study to be considered for admission to the first year of an undergraduate program at Carleton University. Academic performance in previous studies is the main determining factor for admission to undergraduate degree program.

Entry requirements vary country by country.

Canadian Academic English Language Assessment (CAEL) - Minimum score of 70 overall with a minimum score of 60 on each band; Internet Based (iBT) TOEFL - 86 (22 in writing and speaking, 20 reading and listening); IELTS (Academic) - 6.5 IELTS (min 6.0 each band); Pearson Test of English (PTE) Academic - 60 (min 60 in each Communicative Skill); Michigan English Language Assessment Battery (MELAB) - 85 (min. score of 80 on each section).

Encuentra las fechas y centros de examen IELTS más cercanos a ti

Puede haber diferentes requisitos de IELTS en función del curso elegido.

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  • Programas académicos de calidad, cooperativas y pasantías
  • Bienvenida al campus, a los estudiantes internacionales
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