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A.B. Major Requirements:

Preparatory Subject Matter
Linguistics 1 4
Foreign language, one course beyond the 15-unit requirement of the College of Letters and Science in the same language used to fulfill the college requirement 0-20
Depth Subject Matter
Linguistics 103A, 103B, 111, 131 16
Any three Linguistics courses from among those numbered from 110 to 159 12
One Linguistics course from among those numbered from 160 to 169 4
One Linguistics course from among those numbered from 170 to 189 4
At least eight upper division units from the following courses 8
Requirements listed above, African American and African Studies 156, Anthropology 110, 117, 119, 120, Communication 105, Education 151, English 105, 106 French 109, 160, 161, 162, German 105, Human Development 101, Native American Studies 107, Philosophy 137A, 137B, 137C, Psychology 132, Spanish 111N, 112N, 113, 114N, 115, 115S, 116, 117, 118.
Total Units for the Major
Major Adviser. G. Zellou

Minor Program Requirements:

Linguistics offers two minor programs:
(1) General Linguistics, which provides the student with basic knowledge of language structure and linguistic analysis;
(2) Linguistics for Language Teachers, which especially complements the major in English with the Teaching Area of emphasis; it is also of relevance to students interested in teaching foreign languages.
General Linguistics
Linguistics 1, 103A, 103B 12
One course from: Linguistics 111, 112, 121, 131, 141, 151, 152 4
Additional units selected from upper division Linguistics courses and other upper division courses listed in the major requirements in consultation with an adviser 8
Linguistics for Language Teachers
Linguistics 1, 106, 165 12
English 105 4
Linguistics 160 or 163 4
Linguistics 173 or Education 151 4
Minor Adviser. Same as Major adviser
Grading Recommendation. Though not required, it is recommended that all courses offered in satisfaction of the Linguistics major be taken for a letter grade.
Honors and Honors Program. The honors program consists of six units of 194H credit normally taken in the fall and winter quarters of the senior year. Completion of the program is a prerequisite for High or Highest Honors at graduation. Specific eligibility criteria may be obtained from the major adviser. For general information regarding graduation with honors and Deanís Honors Lists, please see Academic Information, on page 73.
Graduate Study. The Linguistics Graduate Group offers study and research leading to the M.A. and Ph.D. degrees. Please see Linguistics (A Graduate Group), on page 380; more detailed information may be obtained from the Graduate Adviser or from the Chairperson of the Linguistics Group.
Graduate Adviser. R. Bayley
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