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Linguistics Minor

The linguistics minor provides students the opportunity to enroll in linguistics courses to enhance their major in anthropology, psychology, sociology, political science, international business, and languages.

In addition to major and University Foundations requirements, linguistics minors complete:

  • LING 305: Introduction to Language Studies
  • ONE Linguistics Structures Courses:
    • LING 312: Introduction to Phonetics and Phonology, or
    • LING 318: Introduction to Morphology and Syntax
  • A course in Language Acquisition OR Linguistic Diversity and Variation, selected from the following:
    • LING 307: Linguistics in Education
    • LING 310: First and Second Language Acquisition
    • LING 327: Applied Linguistics in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages
    • LING 321: Introduction to Sociolinguistics
    • LING 331: Politics of Language
  • Two other linguistics courses (6 credits)
  • Two semesters of one or more language(s) other than English (6-8 credits)

Do you love languages? Minor in linguistics!