Courses in linguistics offer the student an understanding of the fundamental structure and processes of language, and a focus on how we use language in different forms of communication from infant babbling to conversation and literature. Linguistics courses are a valuable complement to any major that deals with language, literature, the human mind and cognition, sociology, or education.
The minor program in linguistics is designed to suit those students with strong interest in pursuing a diversified and well-focused course of study in linguistics as a science, a social science, and a member of the humanities.
|LING 101B||Introduction to Linguistics||3|
|LING 301A||Introduction to Psycholinguistics||3|
|LING 302||Introduction to Sociolinguistics and Anthropological Linguistics||3|
|LING 309||Introduction to Phonology||3|
|or LING 311||Introduction to Morphology|
|Select any 400-level Seminar in Linguistics||3|
|Select any other linguistics course offered through the Department of English, Linguistics, and Communication or alternate as approved by an ENLC linguistics advisor||3|