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2022-2023 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Computational Linguistics Certificate


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Professors: Breeann Flesch, Becka Morgan, Robert Troyer
Associate professor: Thaddeus Shannon
 

Mission

The Certificate in Computational Linguistics (CCL) is a unique interdisciplinary program that combines coursework in Computer Science, Linguistics and Mathematics to prepare students for the rapidly  increasing number of careers that require knowledge of both technology and human language.

Learning Outcomes

  1. Students who complete the CCL will be able to apply their knowledge of language structure and function to programming, information systems, and data management.
  2. Likewise, those who are planning on careers that are more aligned with the Humanities and Social Sciences will learn valuable skills in coding, analytics, and data management.

Total Credits: 28


Satisfactory Grade Use


Program requirements may be fulfilled with a grade of S.

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