Linguistics offers two minor programs:
- Linguistics (General) provides the student with basic knowledge of language structure and linguistic analysis.
- Linguistics for Language Teachers especially complements the major in English with the Teaching Area of emphasis; it is also of relevance to students interested in teaching foreign languages.
Contact the Department of Linguistics.
|LIN 001||Introduction to Linguistics||4|
|or LIN 001Y||Introduction to Linguistics|
|LIN 103A||Linguistic Analysis I: Phonetics, Phonology, Morphology||4|
|LIN 103B||Linguistic Analysis II: Morphology, Syntax, Semantics||4|
|Introduction to Phonological Theory|
|Introduction to Syntactic Theory|
|Language Universals & Typology|
|Choose additional units from upper division Linguistics courses and other upper division courses listed in the major requirements in consultation with an advisor.||8|