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The Applied Linguistics major, designed in cooperation with the Summer Institute of Linguistics, exists to train people to engage in collaborative work with speakers of minority languages—usually languages with little or no written tradition—to develop written materials in and about those languages and to promote mother-tongue literacy.
The courses deal with general principles basic to all languages and cultures and are illustrated by material from Africa, Asia, Europe, Oceania and the Americas.
Students completing the Bachelor of Arts in Applied Linguistics program should be able to:
Literacy specialist, language survey worker, foreign missionary, home missionary, TESOL instructor, relief worker, Christian organization employee, chaplain, church staff, church planter and international Christian school staff.
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