GUCL: Computational Linguistics @ Georgetown

Departments & Programs

Georgetown offers opportunities to engage with different aspects of computational linguistics, organized under the following units:

Linguistics Dept.

Topics of expertise and research in the Linguistics Department include corpus linguistics & corpus annotation, digital humanities, natural language processing, and computational psycholinguistics.

M.S., Ph.D. in Computational Linguistics

CL course offerings

Computer Science Dept.

In Computer Science, a featured area is Data-Centric Computing—encompassing natural language processing, artificial intelligence, machine learning, data mining, information retrieval, social media analysis, computer vision, and bio- and health informatics.

M.S. in Computer Science, Ph.D. in Computer Science

CL course offerings

M.S. in Data Science and Analytics

The DSAN program offers training in cutting-edge data science technologies, including approaches to computing with and analyzing textual data.

Ph.D. Concentration in Interdisciplinary Cognitive Science

Doctoral students in participating departments, including Linguistics and Computer Science, may join the Cognitive Science concentration as a way to gain perspectives from multiple fields that study cognition.

Massive Data Institute

The Massive Data Institute supports student and faculty research connecting social science, computer science, and data science questions and approaches.