- LING 700: Introduction to Linguistic Science or its equivalent
- Reading ability in a foreign language (not English) with a significant linguistic literature.
Thirty-three credit hours of graduate work including:
- LING 794: Proseminar
- LING 705: Phonetics I
- LING 712: Phonology I
- LING 725: Syntax I
- LING 709: Introduction to Language Acquisition
LING 715: Linguistics and Second Language Acquisition
- LING 735: Psycholinguistics
LING 738: Introduction to Neurolinguistics
- One of the following research methods courses:
- LING 720: Research Methods in Linguistics
- LING 741: Field Methods in Linguistic Description
- LING 782: Research Methods in Child Language
Twelve credit hours of electives to be determined by the student and the student's advisor; not to include LING 998 Independent Study or LING 850/851/852.
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