This pioneering concentration combines linguistics and technical/professional writing, offering unique and cutting-edge applied-language expertise to English majors interested in any career that requires expertise in how people interact and present themselves on different platforms and media, how they respond to language, and how they negotiate power and identity through language. Such knowledge is necessary in many careers such as speech writing, advertising, medical narratives, education, profiling, belief formation, corporate storytelling, and bibliotherapy.
Check the university catalog for more information on the Concentration in Language and Digital Technology.
If you have additional questions about declaring an English Major or Minor and/or about registering for courses, please contact Academic Advisor Gina Karp.
If you want to speak to a faculty member who teaches in the Language and Digital Technology Concentration, please contact Dr. Elizabeth Miller at email@example.com.
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Learn from Brittany Stone (BA 2009, MA 2012) on how her English classes, with an emphasis in linguistics, prepared her for a career as a Lead Product Strategist at Skookum and as the owner of Brainchild, a consulting company:
Listen to Daniel Martin (BA 2013) talk about how his degree in English prepared him for law school and for working as a lawyer: