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B.A. (Mod.) in Computer Science and Language

This full-time multi-disciplinary undergraduate course, leading to the degree of B.A.(Mod.) in Computer Science and Language, is provided by the disciplines of Computer Science, CLCS, French, Spanish and Irish.

CLCS is responsible for the linguistics components of the degree, which include the following:

  • Junior Freshman
    • LI1008 Language, the Individual and Society(S1, 5 ECTS ) (Module handout: Word | PDF)
    • LI1031 Introduction to Syntax (S2, 5 ECTS)
    • LI1230 Introduction to Phonetics and Phonology (S2, 5 ECTS)
  • Senior Freshman
    • LI2034 Syntax and Semantics (S1, 5 ECTS)
    • LI2036 Computational Morphology and Statistics (S1, 5 ECTS)
    • LI2035 Speech Science and Phonetics (S2, 5 ECTS)
  • Junior Sophister (three from the following four options)
    • LI2303 Language Learning (S1, 5 ECTS)
    • LI2307 Aspects of Written Language (S1, 5 ECTS)
    • LI2301 Aspects of Vocabulary (S2, 5 ECTS)
    • LI2304 Sociolinguistics (S2, 5 ECTS)
  • Senior Sophister
    • LI4031 Speech Analysis and Synthesis (S1, 5 ECTS)
    • LI4032 Computational Linguistics (S2, 5 ECTS)
    • LI4034 Second Language Acquisition (Option, S1 & S2, 10 ECTS)
    • LI4036 Fourth Year Project - Linguistics (Option, S1 & S2 10 ECTS) (PDF 148K) (Project Proposals 2019-20)

Further details of the course are available on the Department of Computer Science website.