requirement 1 Complete 1 course
requirement 2 Complete 1 course
Complete the following prerequisite course:
requirement 3 Complete 4 courses
Complete the following core courses:
requirement 4 Complete 2 courses
Complete two courses from the following:
requirement 5 Complete 1 course
Complete one course from the following:
Complete university course work (or the equivalent) to a 200-level or higher in any single foreign language including American Sign Language. (This requirement varies for Spanish. See the Humanities College Advisement Center.) The language for this requirement may be the same language used to satisfy the GE Foreign Language option, but note that the GE foreign language option may require more coursework than this requirement for the Linguistics major. For non-native speakers of English, the university TOEFL requirement satisfies this requirement for the Linguistics major. Students intending to pursue graduate studies in linguistics are strongly encouraged to study a non-Indo-European language.
requirement 7 Complete 1 option
option 7.1 Complete 3 courses
Complete three courses from the following electives:
Note 1: Courses taken in requirements 4 and 5 cannot double count for requirement 7.
Note 2: Subject to approval by the Linguistics Area Coordinator, students may take up to two courses taught outside of the department to satisfy elective requirements.
Note 3: Subject to approval by the Linguistics Area Coordinator, students may take up to two courses (6 hours total) taught outside of the department to satisfy requirement 7. These courses should have substantial linguistic content.
requirement 8 Complete 1 course
Complete the following capstone course:
The following Linguistics faculty members serve as academic advisors for Linguistics students. Consult the chart below to determine which faculty member is your advisor.
||Office phone #
||Dirk Elzinga (LAC)
(LAC) Linguistics Area Coordinator
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