Wednesday, November 13, 2013

MA in Computational Linguistics at Brandeis

From James Pustejovsky, Chair of the Brandeis Computer Science Department, and colleagues:

The Brandeis University Masters in Computational Linguistics is a unique program designed for students with backgrounds in linguistics, languages, computer science or mathematics who are interested in further study in computational linguistics. This two-year program provides students with a strong theoretical foundation and a working knowledge of applications, as well as solid programming skills and knowledge of industry standards and tools.  When they graduate, our students are prepared for jobs in speech recognition, machine translation, search, and information extraction or continuing on to a PhD in computational linguistics. 

You can find more info at

    James Pustejovsky, Program Chair
    Lotus Goldberg, Advising
    Marie Meteer, Industry Liaison

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