The undergraduate minor in linguistics consists of 18 semester hours, with not more than nine semester hours taken from any one department. At least nine hours must be at the 3000 level or above. Course requirements are as follows:
Language and Society: Language use across socio-cultural contexts and the relationship between language and culture. ANTH 4060 /LING 4060 , ANTH 4064 /FREN 4064 /LING 4064 , ANTH 4082 , ANTH 4997 **, ENGL 3310 , ENGL 3716 , ENGL 4310 /LING 4310 , ENGL 4711 /LING 4711 , ENGL 4712 /LING 4712 , ENGL 4716 , FREN 3080 , FREN 3280 , FREN 4001 , SPAN 4001
Language and Cognition: Language abilities across individuals and the relationship between language and thought. COMD 4153 , COMD 4380 , LING 4750 , PHIL 2010 , PHIL 4010 , PHIL 4011 /LING 4011 , PHIL 4914 /LING 4914 . PSYC 4033 **
Language and Applied Linguistics: Applications of linguistics to the teaching of first/second languages and interpretation/translation studies. EDCI 4470 , EDCI 4472 , ENGL 2710 , ENGL 3720 , FREN 2057 , FREN 4014 , FREN 4015 , FREN 4065 , RUSS 4600 /LING 4600 , SPAN 4005 , SPAN 4602 , SPAN 4603
* An additional course from the core areas may count as an elective, but is not considered one of the courses from the three concentration areas.
** These elective courses may be counted if written justification is provided by the instructor and approved by the Executive Committee in Linguistics.
For further information, contact Lisi Oliver, director of linguistics at firstname.lastname@example.org.