Linguistics

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University of Arizona's fully online MS in Human Language Technology

The Department of Linguistics at the University of Arizona is delighted to announce that our M.S. program in Human Language Technology is now available as a fully online program! Please pass this information on to your students, especially those who have recently completed their Bachelors degree.

This is a professional Masters program that launches students into industry jobs, or it can also start students toward a Ph.D. in computational linguistics. Because the program is now available fully online, and it involves taking 2 courses/semester, it can be done without moving and while continuing one’s current job.

There is no out-of-state tuition. There are two routes to get more information and apply: through Arizona Online (any location: https://online.arizona.edu/programs/graduate/online-master-science-human-language-technology-ms) or through University of Arizona Global (only students outside the U.S.: https://everywhere.arizona.edu/human-language-technology).

More information about the program is available here: https://linguistics.arizona.edu/master-science-human-language-technology-hlt

For questions about how to apply, contact an enrollment counselor through the URLs above, or contact Ms. Stephanie Amado (samado@arizona.edu). For questions about content of the program, contact Professors Gus Hahn-Powell (hahnpowell@arizona.edu), Sandiway Fong (sandiway@arizona.edu), or Mike Hammond (hammond@arizona.edu).


The Bulletin Board is for informational purposes only. The Linguistics Department does not explicitly endorse any of the particular events or opportunities listed here.