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Majors & Programs
|Applied Linguistics Minor||
Applied Linguistics (AL) is an interdisciplinary field that investigates and offers solutions to language-related problems in the world.
The AL minor at Grand Valley State University has 2 tracks: General and English as Second Language (ESL).
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|Applied Linguistics, M.A.||
Applied Linguistics is an ever-expanding and interdisciplinary field using foundational knowledge of human language to engage real world concerns. The field explores language teaching and learning; language assessment; second language literacy development; cross-cultural communication; and language acquisition, as well as empirical research in any of the above subfields of applied linguistics.
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The study of literature and language enriches and broadens students' lives while preparing them for careers that demand a high level of skill in reading, thinking, and writing.
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The Master of Arts (M.A.) in English offers students and professionals an opportunity to deepen literary knowledge, sharpen critical skills, and strengthen expository writing.
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|English, Minors in||
Students who minor in English immerse themselves in and respond to excellent, thought-provoking, life-changing literary texts and explore the inner workings and worldwide impact of the English language. There are four tracks to the minor:
Applied Linguistics; ESL Teaching; Literature; and Secondary Education Teachable Minor.
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