A broadly based college prep curriculum will help you prepare for a linguistics program. You should take at least two years of a modern foreign language in addition to four years of English. Mathematics, logic, philosophy, and computer science will be helpful for college study in the field. History, psychology, sociology, and other social sciences are important, and the study of ancient languages such as Latin can also be useful.
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- College Professors
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- English as a Second Language (ESL) Teachers
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- Secondary School Teachers
- Sign Language and Oral Interpreters