The minor in linguistics provides students with an overview of the field, including exposure to both the structural and sociocultural aspects of the study of language. Students have an opportunity to learn the methods of linguistic analysis and to obtain more advanced exposure to various subdomains of linguistics.
Complete all courses listed below unless otherwise indicated.
Students must complete a minimum of three courses exclusive to this minor beyond the courses required for the student’s declared major(s) and additional minor(s).
|LING 1150||Introduction to Language and Linguistics||4|
|or LING 1449||English Now and Then|
|LING 2350||Linguistic Analysis||4|
|Complete three courses (not counted above) from LING 3000 to LING 4999. 1||12|
Please visit the Linguistics Courses page within this catalog to review the list of courses in the LING 3000 - LING 4999 range.
2.000 GPA required in the minor