The major in linguistics includes a two-semester introductory sequence, intermediate work in theoretical grammar, intermediate work in the cognitive mechanisms of language, an advanced seminar, and two electives, as outlined below. Research opportunities are available within the major in the areas of language production and comprehension, language acquisition, and theoretical grammar.
The requirements for the major are as follows:
The linguistics minor consists of five courses. Both parts of the introductory sequence, LING 105 and LING 110, are required. The remaining three credits can be fulfilled by taking any linguistics courses on the 200- or 300-level.
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