FACULTAD DE HUMANIDADES

Graduate Program in Linguistics

Address: P.O. Box 22765, San Juan, Puerto Rico 00931-2765

Telephone: (787) 764-0000, ext. 3389, 3707

E-mail: uprling@yahoo.com

Web address: http://graduados.uprrp.edu/linguistica

DEGREE OFFERED

MA in Linguistics

ASSOCIATED FACULTY

Sunny A. Cabrera Salcedo, PhD, University of Massachusetts-Amherst, 1999, Associate Professor Department of Hispanic Studies.
Spanish lexical semantics, Spanish dialectology, general linguistics

Nicholas Faraclas, PhD, University of California-Berkeley, 1989, Associate Professor, Department of English.
Creole languages, phonology, sociolinguistics

Carmen Hernández, PhD, University of Puerto Rico, 1994, Professor, Department of Hispanic Studies.
Spanish syntax

Emily Krasinski, PhD, University of the West Indies, 1989, Professor, Department of English.
Language acquisition; general linguistics; English syntax

Patrick André Mather, PhD, University of Pittsburg, 2000, Associate Professor, Department of Foreign Languages.
Languages in contact

Luis Ortiz López, PhD, University of New Mexico, 1996, Professor Department of Hispanic Studies.
Sociolinguistics, languages in contact, creolistics

Nadja Ríos Villarini, PhD, University of Texas-Austin, 2004, Assistant Professor, Department of English.
Anthropological linguistics, applied linguistics

Yolanda Rivera Castillo, PhD, University of California, Davis, 1994, Professor, Department of English.
Creolistics, phonology, syntax

Marc L. Schnitzer, PhD, University of Rochester, 1971, Professor, Department of English.
Psycholinguistics, phonology (Spanish and English), neurolinguistics

Alma Simounet, PhD, Universidad Interamericana de Puerto Rico, 1987, Professor, Department of English.
Ethnolinguistics, languages in contact

MASTER’S PROGRAM

Admission Requirements

In addition to the general requirements for admission to graduate studies at the Río Piedras Campus, candidates must meet the following requirements:

  1. Have earned 9 undergraduate credits (or the equivalent) in linguistics
  2. Have earned 9 credits (or the equivalent) in a modern language
  3. Have completed the course LING 6010

Graduation Requirements

In addition to meeting the general requirements for admission to graduate studies at the University of Puerto Rico, Río Piedras Campus, the following specific requirements established by the program must be met:

  1. Complete thirty (30) graduate credits in linguistics, with a maximum of six (6) credits in other departments or colleges.

Programa de Estudio

Requisitos del Programa

Créditos

Cursos medulares

12

LING 6020 Métodos de Investigación en Lingüística Moderna

3

LING 6040 Fonología

3

LING 6050 Morfosintaxis

3

LING 6060 Teoría Semántica

3

Cursos Electivos

18

LING 6920 Examen General de Grado

0

LING 6895 Tesis del Grado de Maestría

0

LING 6896 Continuación de Tesis

0

Total de Créditos

30

Descripción de cursos (PDF)

 
 
   

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