2018-2019 Catalog

Publication date June 2018

Linguistics Minor

(All colleges)

18-19 credits

Foundations6
Introduction to Linguistics: Sounds and Words
Introduction to Linguistics: Phrases and Sentences
Introduction to Linguistic Anthropology
Language 1,23-4
Select one of the following:
Elementary Chinese II
Intermediate Chinese I
Intermediate Chinese II
ESL Speaking
ESL Writing/Grammar
Elementary French II
Intermediate French I
Intermediate French II
Elementary German II
Intermediate German I
Intermediate German II
World Languages: Elementary II
World Languages: Intermediate I
World Languages: Intermediate II
Heritage Language: Intermediate
Elementary Russian II
Intermediate Russian I
Intermediate Russian II
Elementary Spanish II
Elementary Spanish I and II
Intermediate Spanish I
Intermediate Spanish II
Linguistic structure3
Select one of the following:
History of the English Language
Introduction to Linguistics: Sounds and Words
Introduction to Linguistics: Phrases and Sentences
Sound, Speech, and Proficiency
Introduction to Second Language Acquisition
German Conversation and Phonetics
Spanish Phonetics
Introduction to Hispanic Linguistics
Sociolinguistics/Linguistic anthropology3
Select one of the following:
Language, Power, and Inequality
Intercultural Communication
Gender Communication
Communication and Race
Language Study for Teachers
Varieties of English
Elective 23
Select at least one of the following:
Language, Power, and Inequality
Anthropology Forum 3
Egyptian Hieroglyphs: The Language and Culture of Ancient Egypt
History of Babylonian Language and Culture I
History of Babylonian Language and Culture II
Intercultural Communication
Gender Communication
Communication and Race
History of the English Language
Introduction to Linguistics: Sounds and Words
Introduction to Linguistics: Phrases and Sentences
Language Study for Teachers
Varieties of English
Topics in Linguistics
Individual Projects 3
Sound, Speech, and Proficiency
Introduction to Second Language Acquisition
German Conversation and Phonetics
Symbolic Logic
Philosophy of Language
Psychology of Language
Spanish Phonetics
Introduction to Hispanic Linguistics
American Sign Language and Deaf Culture I
American Sign Language and Deaf Culture II
Language Development and Communication Disorders
Total Credits18-19
Additional requirements/restrictions:
  • Courses listed in more than one category may be counted only once.
  • At least 12 credits must be in courses at or above the 300-level.
  • A maximum of six credits are allowed to overlap between general education requirements and the minor.
  • Some departments limit the number of credits that their majors or minors may apply to the linguistics minor.
    • Archaeology/Anthropology majors/minors may apply a maximum of three credits toward both an archaeology/anthropology major/minor and the linguistics minor.
    • Communication Studies majors/minors may apply a maximum of three credits toward both a communication studies major/minor and the linguistics minor.
    • English majors/minors may apply a maximum of three credits toward both an English major/minor and the linguistics minor.
    • Global Cultures and Languages majors/minors may apply a maximum of three credits toward both a Global Cultures and Languages major/minor and the linguistics minor.
    • History majors/minors may apply a maximum of three credits toward both a history major/minor and the linguistics minor.
    • Philosophy majors/minors may apply a maximum of three credits toward both a philosophy major/minor and the linguistics minor.
    • Psychology majors/minors may apply a maximum of three credits toward both a psychology major/minor and the linguistics minor.
    • Special education minors may apply a maximum of three credits toward both a special education minor and the linguistics minor.
    • Teaching English to speakers of other languages (TESOL) minors may apply a maximum of six credits toward both a TESOL minor and the linguistics minor: three credits in ENG 331/TSL 340 plus three additional credits.
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