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Master of Linguistics and Literature: Computational psycholinguistics

Master of Linguistics and Literature: Computational psycholinguistics - English
Academic year :
Important: students in this master cannot take courses in other languages than those taken in the major of the bachelor.

The students take courses for 36 ECTS-credits from two sections: select 18 ECTS-credits for computational psycholinguistics and 18 ECTS-credits for English of which at least one course in linguistics and one course in literature.

Master thesis

Master project18sp1st/2nd sem.
Humbeeck, Kris
 

Computational Psycholinguistics

Compulsory courses:

Computational linguistics6sp1st semester
Daelemans, Walter
Methodology and statistical data analysis6sp1st semester
Gillis, Steven
Programming for Linguistics and Literature6sp1st semester
Daelemans, Walter
Kestemont, Mike
 

English linguistics and literature

18 ECTS-credits to choose of which at least one course in literature and one course in linguistics

Beckett seminar6sp1st semester
Van Hulle, Dirk
Stevens Seminar6sp2nd semester
Eeckhout, Bart
The American historical novel after 19506sp1st semester
Herman, Luc
New York City in Twentieth-Century Literature6sp2nd semester
Eeckhout, Bart
Women Writers in Modern British Literature6sp2nd semester
Joosen, Vanessa
Constructing Age in Modern Literature6sp1st semester
Joosen, Vanessa
Joyce Seminar6sp2nd semester
Van Hulle, Dirk
Eeckhout, Bart
Children's Literature Summer School6sp1st semester
Joosen, Vanessa
 
Phonetics and phonology6sp2nd semester
Verhoeven, Jo
Curriculum and syllabus design6sp2nd semester
Van De Poel, Kris
Aspects of writing and speaking6sp1st semester
Van De Poel, Kris
Pragmatics6sp1st semester
Brisard, Frank
Language Variation and Change in Adults6sp2nd semester
Petré, Peter
6sp2nd semester
De Wit, Astrid
6sp1st semester
De Wit, Astrid
 

Electives/Free choice

Students choose 6 additional ECTS-credits from the courses belonging to the Master¹s programme in Linguistics and Literature on the condition that these courses are related to their Bachelor¹s language combinations.
Courses that belong to a different master¹s programme than ³Linguistics and Literature", including master¹s programmes organised by another Faculty, will first have to be approved by the Education Board.

Internship6sp1st/2nd sem.
Humbeeck, Kris