Have you ever wondered about the way we speak? How do the words, sounds, and language all come together to produce a way in which humans can communicate? As a linguistics major, you will find the answers to these questions and more.A linguistics degree instructs students about language, language development, and relationships among languages and language groups from a humanistic and/or scientific perspective. As a linguistics major, your program will include instruction in psycholinguistics, behavioral linguistics, language acquisition, and many other areas within the field. Courses are generally held in a typical classroom setting, though some may require observations, interviews, or engagement in research.Some programs offer a study abroad option, and some programs may conclude with an internship. Linguistic degree holders are in high demand. Graduates have found positions as educators, anthropologists, archaeologists, computer scientists, interpreters, translators, and speech-language pathologists/audiologists. Degree levels for positions vary from undergraduate through the doctoral level.