Lancaster’s degree in English Language and Linguistics gives you the opportunity to learn from award-winning staff and national teaching fellows in the Department of Linguistics and English Language, ranked fourth for Linguistics in the Complete University Guide 2016.
You’ll study areas of the English language which interest you – from English in literature to English accents and dialects - alongside wider questions relating to the sound, grammar and meaning systems of different languages. You’ll gain valuable analytical skills by addressing how language relates to thought; how children acquire languages, and comparing language with animal signalling systems.
You’ll begin your degree with courses including Linguistics and English Language. In your second year, you’ll study subjects such as The Structures of Language and English Sounds and Structures. You’ll complete your degree with a Dissertation and modules including Topics in Linguistic Theory and/or Contemporary Methods in English Language Studies.