- Two of the following courses must be chosen as “cores”:
One 400-level in addition to the chosen core is required.
Two additional linguistics courses must also be chosen. Selection varies from year to year, but may include:
- LINGUIST 201 How Language Works: Introduction to Linguistic Theory
- LINGUIST 401 Introduction to Syntax
- LINGUIST 402 Speech Sounds and Structure
- LINGUIST 370 The Sounds of Englishes
- LINGUIST 389 Introduction to African American English
- LINGUIST 391BH Oral Styles and Discourse Modes in African American English (Honors)
- LINGUIST 393A Seminar: Language Production
- LINGUIST 394BI Language and Cognition
- LINGUIST 397B Special Topics: Discourse Analysis
- LINGUIST 401 Introduction to Syntax (if not chosen as a “core”)
- LINGUIST 402 Speech Sounds and Structure (if not chosen as a “core”)
- LINGUIST 404 Field Methods
- LINGUIST 411 Introduction to Language Acquisition
- LINGUIST 412 Language Processing and the Brain
- LINGUIST 492A Seminar in Phonology
- LINGUIST 495B Typology and Universal Grammar
- LINGUIST 496 Independent Study
- LINGUIST 497A Special Topics: Acquisition of Phonology
- LINGUIST 503 Intermediate Syntax
- LINGUIST 505 Introduction to Historical Linguistics
- LINGUIST 509 Introduction to Computational Linguistics
- LINGUIST 510 Introduction to Semantics
- Any other Linguistics course currently being offered.
- See Course Guide under Linguistics for details of prerequisites.
- LINGUIST 201 is prerequisite to 401, 402, 404, 412, 505, 509, 510.
- One non-“core” course may be taken Pass/Fail. (“Core” courses are 201, 401, 402.)