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General Linguistics Minor Requirements

Required Coursework (18 Credit Hours):

LING 106 Introductory Linguistics or LING107, Honors
     (Goal 1, #1: Crit Think; Goal 3: SocSci; Goal 4, #2: Culture)

LING 110 Language and Mind or LING 111, Honors
     (Goal 1, #1: Crit Think; Goal 3: SocSci; Goal 4, #1: Diversity)

LING 305 Phonetics I (usually offered in Fall semester only)

LING 312 Phonology I (usually offered in Spring only; prerequisite is 305)

LING 325 Syntax I (usually offered in Fall semester only)

LING Elective: One 3-hour junior/senior level (300+) Linguistics course chosen by the student in consultation with their Linguistics advisor


Students can graduate with only one of the two Linguistics minors - either the General Linguistics minor or the Second Language Acquisition minor. (CLAS policy does NOT allow more than one course overlap between minors.)



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