linguistics department

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Noun1.linguistics department - the academic department responsible for teaching and research in linguistics
academic department - a division of a school that is responsible for a given subject
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I founded the linguistics department at Quaid-e-Azam University, which offers MA in the subject but then again, without any previous knowledge of language, students can't take much from this degree.
I would have liked to study general linguistics but there was no Linguistics Department at the University of Budapest at the time.
The university is a place of debate and dissent," Professor Ayesha Kidwai of the Linguistics Department told Gulf News.
A large number of students from the applied linguistics department got registration.
Linguistics Department, Centre for Language Studies, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen, 6525 ht Nijmegen, the Netherlands
The UO's American English Institute, a self-supporting branch of the linguistics department, was launched in 1978, the first year that China began letting groups of students study in the United States.
MP: The Writing and Linguistics Department emerged from a philosophical split between literature and writing faculty in a traditional English department.
He served at University of Hawaii' for 25 years in various positions, including Professor of Linguistics, Chairman of the Linguistics Department, Director of the Pacific and Asian Linguistics Institute, Dean of the Graduate Division, Director of Research, and as Acting Chancellor.
At my college of social sciences and philosophy in UP, there are two departments working on languages--the linguistics department, currently celebrating its 90th anniversary and which compiles dictionaries, glossaries, grammars and databases for Philippine languages, and the anthropology department, which looks at how people use the languages in daily life, and how we might develop communicative competence.
After a brief experiment with medical school ("I fainted at any sight of blood") Anderson earned a degree in English, French and Italian from the linguistics department of the University of Belgrade.
Rector NUML Maj Gen (r) Masood Hasan, Director General (DG) Brig Azam Jamal, Dr Shaheena Ayub Bhatti, Head of Literature and Applied Linguistics Department and Dr Shazra Munnawer, Head of Advanced Integrated Studies and Research (AISR) appreciated the performance of Ms Sana Tariq.
Stephen Krashen is professor emeritus at the University of Southern California, who moved from the linguistics department to the faculty of the School of Education in 1994.