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Coming Soon: Two New Master’s Degree Programs

Posted in: Program News, The Graduate School

Social Research and Analysis program at Montclair State University

The Graduate School at Montclair State University is excited to announce two new programs. The Computational Linguistics (MS) and Social Research and Analysis (MA) programs will be housed in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences and begin in Fall 2019.

Our application for Fall 2019 will be available in the coming days. Complete our inquiry form to be notified when the application becomes available.


The Master of Science in Computational Linguistics is the only program of its kind in New Jersey and provides students with the skill set to excel in an interdisciplinary field concerned with the statistical and rule-based modeling of natural language from a computational perspective as well as the study of computational approaches to linguistic questions.

Register for an upcoming session to learn about the flexible, cutting-edge program and the graduate admissions process directly from the program’s faculty:

Information Session: Computational Linguistics (MS) – Wednesday, April 17th at 5:30 pm in the Feliciano School of Business, Room 110
Webinar: Computational Linguistics (MS) – Wednesday, May 1st at 1:00 pm


The Master of Arts in Social Research and Analysis is a dynamic program that trains students to use qualitative and quantitative data to develop evidence-based solutions to real world problems that companies and organizations face every day. Students will gain valuable skills in primary and secondary data analysis, such as engaging in survey research, interviews and focus groups, data and text mining, and analyzing data.

Register for an upcoming session for a chance to learn about the interdisciplinary program from the program’s faculty, as well as the graduate admissions process.

Information Session: Social Research and Analysis (MA) – Wednesday, April 24th at 5:30 pm in Feliciano School of Business, Room 110
Webinar: Social Research and Analysis (MA) – Tuesday, April 30th at 12:30 pm