Combined Honours

English Linguistic Studies

English Linguistic Studies

Studying English Linguistics as part of your Combined Honours degree, you'll look at the structure and history of the English language.

You'll get the flexibility to explore more specialised topics like semantics and the psychology of language.

UCAS Code: BA Combined Honours (Y001)

Subject summary

In Stage 1 of your Combined Honours degree, you'll take English Linguistic modules offered by the School of English Literature, Language and Linguistics.

You'll get to study both the structure and history of the English language.

Stages 2 and 3 then give you the chance to extend your understanding, with various options introducing variations and varieties of English.

You also get to choose from a range of special topics, such as:

  • semantics
  • pragmatics
  • the sociology of language
  • the psychology of language

Offered by the School of English Literature, Language and Linguistics.

You have the chance to socialise with other students via the lively and active English Society.

Pre-requisites

There are no pre-requisities for taking English Linguistics as part of your Combined Honours degree.

Modules

For more information on the modules available visit the English Linguistic Module List. Modules are subject to change and could differ on an annual basis.

Contact us

If you have any questions about choosing English linguistic studies as part of your Combined Honours degree, just email us.

You can also contact our subject adviser for English linguistics.