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Graduate Certificate in Computational Linguistics


The Department of Linguistics is now accepting applications for the Graduate Certificate program in Computational Linguistics jointly administered by the Department of Computer Science and the School of Information and Library Science. This program provides students who wish to work in the areas of machine translation, machine learning, speech-to-text software, natural language processing, natural language generation, and artificial intelligence with an understanding of human language structure and the skills of linguistic analysis as well as the computational tools to develop software applications to parse and generate human language.

Students complete 9 credit hours (3 courses) and attend a monthly brown bag seminar for the duration of their time in the program.

Application deadline: April 1, 2021. Please click here for more details.

Graduate Certificate in Computational Linguistics now accepting applications...