Bachelor of Arts in Linguistics
English, Literature, and Modern Languages
The Department of English, Literature, and Modern Languages inspires students to observe well, think well, and write well.
What Can You Do With an ELML Degree?
Graduates from Cedarville's English, Literature, and Modern Languages Department share how their degrees have prepared them for their chosen career and to serve others.
Hands-on training is possible through overseas internships and local work with immigrants and refugees. Cedarville can give you the tools and perspectives you will need to minister in a variety of cultural contexts, whether in the U.S. or abroad.
We’re proud of our successful graduates! 94% of 2018 graduates from the Department of English, Literature, and Modern Languages were employed or in graduate school within six months of graduation.
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Funds raised will be used for scholarships and emergency support for students and their families facing financial hardship because of the coronavirus.
Student-Centered Focus Leads Cedarville University During Coronavirus
Cedarville University President Dr. Thomas White announced this morning the university will teach online for the remainder of the semester.
Cedarville Navigates Sudden Switch to All Online Learning
As of Monday, March 16, all Cedarville University classes switched to online learning.
One of the Best in the Midwest for Student Engagement
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Linguistics Program Curriculum
Building on your core liberal arts and Bible minor courses, you will take a combination of courses from the linguistics core, language study, and courses from your chosen concentration area.This major is offered with a bachelor's-to-master's accelerated completion plan.
- Advanced Linguistics/Field Methods
- Linguistics for Language Learning