Linguistics graduates go on to work in fields that include language teaching, journalism, translation, editing, marketing, policy and planning, business, tourism, and research

At postgraduate level, you can pursue a:

Postgraduate diploma in Linguistics

AL400, LN411, LN413, LN416

Postgraduate diploma in Applied Linguistics & ELT (See frequently asked questions)

LN411, LN416, LN418, LN419

Postgraduate linguistics courses

AL400    Research methods (for linguistics)
LN411    Advanced language analysis
LN413    Sociolinguistics
LN416    Language acquisition and multilingualism
LN418    Integrating the four skills in English
LN419    Technologies, texts and techniques for English language teaching 

MA in Linguistics

EITHER: thesis only
OR:     a supervised research project, plus two further 400-level courses, which may come from Pacific Studies, Applied Linguistics, Fijian Language Studies, or another appropriate discipline as approved by your supervisor

MA in Applied Linguistics

EITHER: thesis only (AL400 is a pre-requisite before starting this programme)
OR:     a supervised research project, plus AL400 and LN413

PhD in Linguistics or Applied Linguistics