The MA Program in Linguistics at FIU is a rigorous program in which students must take many required courses in the core areas of linguistics and several electives from a variety of options. Among the requirements for graduation, our program follows the common practice in many Linguistics Programs across the country in requiring of all graduating students a final MA Project. The Final Project is conducted during the last two or three semesters, under a faculty supervisor and a three-member committee, and the resulting output must be of publishable quality. In the process of producing the Final MA Project, students must present a proposal in an open forum of faculty and students, and then, later, an open colloquium on the full project, including the results. Each Final MA Project is evaluated by the student's 3-member committee. The projects are, thus, equivalent in many respects to MA theses.

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Submissions from 2017

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A Linguistic Landscape of Two Hispanic-Serving Institutions: Miami, Florida and Fresno, California, Gina Marie Ailanjian

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Spatial Prepositions in Arabic and English, Maha Alshammari

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Acquisition of English /S/-Clusters by Brazilian Portuguese Speakers, Carolyn June Baker

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Exploring Miamians’ Perceptions of Linguistic Variation In Miami-Dade County and The State Of Florida, Daniel Garzon

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Long-Distance Reflexivization and Logophoricity in the Dargin Language, Muminat Kerimova

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Incidental Learning of Chinese Vocabulary Via English Context Reading, Kay-Ann Linton

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The Processing of Aspect, J. C. Urbana