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University of California, San Diego
Linguistics - Specialization in Language and Society B.A.

Students majoring in language studies must consult with the language studies faculty adviser to approve an individual curricular plan. The language studies major is designed for students who wish to pursue the study of a particular language from a variety of perspectives. To this end, students will take courses in linguistics and literature, as well as electives in linguistics, literature, culture, and area studies. This major provides preparation for a variety of careers that make use of second language skills. Depending on the elective emphasis, these include international business/law, teaching, translation, interpreting, linguistics, and foreign service. Each language studies major will specialize in one language of concentration

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  IGETC recommended for this major? Yes
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