Minor in Linguistics
The Interdepartmental Minor in Linguistics combines courses from the departments of Philosophy, English, Modern Languages, Psychology and the Language Technologies Institute. It synthesizes the linguistics related offerings in these departments and provides students with an academic experience that reflects the interdisciplinary character of the subject.
The Minor in Linguistics requires a total of 6 courses: the introductory linguistics course; two fundamental skills courses; and three additional electives. All courses counted towards the Minor must be taken for a letter grade and passed with a grade of "C" or above.
|80-180||Nature of Language|
Take one course from two of the following core subject areas:
|Sounds||80-282||Phonetics and Phonology|
|80-285||Natural Language Syntax|
|Meaning||80-381||Meaning in Language|
|80-383||Language in Use|
Take three additional linguistics courses. These can be additional courses from the Fundamental Skills category above, or any other course which is approved by the Director as a linguistics elective. For electives taught on a regular basis, see courses listed as Breadth or Electives in the Undergraduate Catalog entry for the Linguistics Major.