[Corpora-List] New Graduate Certificate in CL @ Montclair State University

Anna Feldman afeldman at ling.ohio-state.edu
Thu Jan 5 20:13:10 CET 2012

New Graduate Certificate in Computational Linguistics at Montclair State University

The Graduate Certificate in Computational Linguistics provides students with a basic education in the interdisciplinary field of computational linguistics. The new program enables students to understand core algorithms and data structures in CL, and both symbolic and statistical methods in CL and their appropriate use in applications.

This one year program is designed for graduates in related disciplines, for example, Computer Science, Linguistics, or Electrical Engineering, who wish to gain sufficient expertise in this inherently cross-disciplinary area to effectively participate in language technology projects in industry and academia. Students will take graduate level courses in Computer Science and Linguistics.

Further details on the program can be found by sending email to

Eileen Fitzpatrick fitzpatricke at mail.montclair.edu or

Anna Feldman feldmana at mail.montclair.edu

Applications are invited for Fall 2012.

How to apply:

Students interested in applying for admission to the Certificate Program in Computational Linguistics should consult Montclair's Office of Graduate Admissions at


About Montclair State University:

Founded in 1908, Montclair State is ranked as one of the top public universities in the region. Its 252 acre suburban campus on a ridge overlooking New York City has on campus access to New York by both train and bus.

Both the Linguistics and Computer Science departments have a strong record of achievement in teaching and research. Their graduate programs enable students to concentrate in language acquisition, language in society, computational linguistics, artificial intelligence, human-computer interaction, machine learning, data mining, and bioinformatics, with cross-pollination among these programs. The departments bring in significant external funding in research grants and contracts and have a strong faculty tradition of research and publication.

For more information on the departments, please visit the following websites:

www.chss.montclair.edu/linguistics http://cs.montclair.edu/index.html

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