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linguistics program?

itmustbebunniesitmustbebunnies 0 replies4 threads New Member
I'm seriously considering applying to transfer to Bryn Mawr. I would like to major in linguistics, and I've heard they have a program for it. But I haven't been able to find out how good it is. Does anyone know? Should I major in linguistics here, or look elsewhere?
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  • englishivyenglishivy 347 replies25 threads Member
    The Tri-Co linguistics department is phenomenal. Tri-Co means it's shared between Bryn Mawr, Haverford, and Swarthmore Colleges (http://www.brynmawr.edu/catalog/2014-15/areas_of_study/linguistics.html)

    I know majors who have gone on to work in language data programming to pursuing PhDs at top-notch programs domestically and abroad. Because you're pulling from the resources of three colleges, you really have a breadth of faculty and topics available to you. You can also take courses at Penn through the Quaker Consortium.
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