Master of Philosophy GenericLanguage and Communication
Who should enrol?
The Master of Philosophy is designed for those who wish to carry out original research in various areas of language and communication. Students who are enrolled in these programmes will develop advanced research skills and experience which will allow the, to improve and make appropriate changes to current professional and communication practices.
Students can complete their study in a minimum of three (3) semesters to six (6) semesters. The Master of Philosophy is awarded after the successful completion of 37 credits of thesis, three (3) credits of a compulsory university course and one (1) compulsory Language Academy course.
|ONE Compulsory University Course||3|
ONE Compulsory Language Academy Course
*HW – compulsory attendance
Key Research Areas
Interested applicants may choose to conduct their research in the following areas:
|Applied Linguistics||Media and Global Communication|
|Cultural and Intercultural Communication||Multimodality|
|English/Language for Specific Purposes (ESP)||Organisational and Institutional Discourse|
|Gender Communication||Political Discourse|
|Language Policy and Planning||Systemic Functional Linguistics|