LIN+CS/CS+LIN Major Opens New Pathways

To develop exciting new technologies—from Apple's Siri to machine learning and sentiment analysis programs—the world's leading tech companies need employees who are experts in both computer science and the intricacies of human language. But there are few engineers and scholars with the necessary training.
 
To fill the gap, Duke's Computer Science and Linguistics departments have joined forces to create a new interdepartmental major. Students can choose one of two defined pathways, focusing on cognitive neurolinguistics or sociolinguistics, preparing for future careers in a wide variety of fields.

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