ENG 500 Cr.1-3
Projects involving trends and issues in composition, language, or literature related to various professional uses of English, with a central topic to be announced before each workshop. Repeatable for credit - maximum six. Offered Occasionally.
ENG 534 Cr.3
Introduction to Linguistics: Theory and Application
This course is an introduction to foundational concepts in theoretical and applied linguistics. Topics covered include theories of linguistic competence; articulatory phonetics and phonetic transcription; cross-linguistic analysis of phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, and pragmatics; English morphosyntax; and language variation and change. Prerequisite: admission to graduate TESOL Certificate Program. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer.