PhD in Linguistics / Program Intended Learning Outcomes

At the successful completion of the PhD Program in Linguistics, students should be able to: 

​1- Present and discuss the core theoretical ideas in different linguistic disciplines and interface fields.

2- Analyze the structure and function of language as used in natural discourse.

3- Compare and contrast language in terms of systematic differences in phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, and pragmatics, and language acquisition sequence.

4- Investigate cultural and linguistic diversity and contribute to the debate on cross-cultural dialogue.

5- Analyze critically linguistic problems, clearly communicate them orally and in writing and apply relevant research methodology for finding suitable solution.

6- Develop academic and teaching skills through oral presentations and peer teaching.

7- Assume academic leadership positions.

8- Evaluate scientific literature and research methodologies, formulate ideas/hypotheses, and produce high quality thesis and scientific papers appropriate for publication in journals with high impact factors. 

9- Work efficiently, both independently and collaboratively, and uphold social and professional responsibilities.

10- Demonstrate lifelong professional development appreciation and manifest serious commitment towards generating knowledge by using Information Communications Technology (ICT) efficiently


PhD in Linguistics / Program Intended Learning Outcomes

At the successful completion of the PhD Program in Linguistics, students should be able to:

1-  Present and discuss the core theoretical ideas in different linguistic disciplines and interface fields.
2-  Analyze the structure and function of language as used in natural discourse.
3-  Compare and contrast languages in terms of systematic differences in phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, pragmatics, and language acquisition sequence.
4-  Investigate cultural and linguistic diversity and contribute to the debate on cross-cultural dialogue.
5-  Analyze critically linguistic problems, clearly communicate them orally and in writing, and apply relevant research methodology for finding suitable solutions.
6-  Develop academic and teaching skills through oral presentations and peer teaching.
7-  Assume academic leadership positions.
 
8-  Evaluate scientific literature and research methodologies, formulate ideas/hypotheses, and produce high quality thesis and scientific papers appropriate for publication in journals with high impact factors.
9-  Work efficiently, both independently and collaboratively, and uphold social and professional responsibilities.
10-       Demonstrate lifelong professional development appreciation, and manifest serious commitment towards generating knowledge by using Information Communications Technology (ICT) efficiently.

PhD in Linguistics / Program Intended Learning Outcomes

​At the successful completion of the PhD Program in Linguistics, students should be able to: 

1- Present and discuss the core theoretical ideas in different linguistic disciplines and interface fields. 

2- Analyze the structure and function of language as used in natural discourse. 

3- Compare and contrast language in terms of systematic differences in phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, and pragmatics, and language acquisition sequence. 

4- Investigate cultural and linguistic diversity and contribute to the debate on crosscultural dialogue. 

5- Analyze critically linguistic problems, clearly communicate them orally and in writing and apply relevant research methodology for finding suitable solution. 

6- Develop academic and teaching skills through oral presentations and peer teaching. 

7- Assume academic leadership positions. 

8- Evaluate scientific literature and research methodologies, formulate ideas/hypotheses, and produce high quality thesis and scientific papers appropriate for publication in journals with high impact factors. 

9- Work efficiently, both independently and collaboratively, and uphold social and professional responsibilities. 

10- Demonstrate lifelong professional development appreciation and manifest serious commitment towards generating knowledge by using Information Communications Technology (ICT) efficiently.​