This page also includes specific requirements for the Linguistics concentrations:
Thirty-three credits, including:
|LING 080||Introduction to Linguistics||3|
|LING 165||Phonetic Theory and Practice||3|
|LING 166||Introduction to Syntax||3|
|LING 169||Phonology & Morphology||3|
|LING 250||Linguistics Capstone Seminar||3|
|Choose one of the following:||3|
|Introduction to Pragmatics|
|TESOL and Applied Linguistics|
|Six credits of linguistics electives||6|
|Nine credits of concentration courses||9|
At least one elective or concentration course must be at the 200-level. The first three credits of an undergraduate thesis may count toward the major. No more than three credits may come from classes also used to fulfill the student’s minor or a second major.
|LING 084||Language & Arabic Culture||3|
|LING 135||D1: Language & Ethnicity||3|
|LING 162||American English Dialects||3|
|LING 176||D1: African American English||3|
|CSD 094||Dev of Spoken Language||3|
|LING 171||Intro to Psycholinguistics||3|
|LING 177||Second Language Acquisition||3|
|LING 295||Advanced Special Topics (Memory and Language)||1-18|
Two foreign languages courses beyond the two required for a B.A. plus one course in the linguistics of a foreign language. Selection varies according to the language pursued.
To be planned with a linguistics advisor.
Additional concentration courses may be substituted with the approval of a linguistics faculty member.