Linguistics

This minor is an interdisciplinary program jointly offered by the College of Arts and Letters and Department of Sociology and Anthropology.

Minor(s)

Linguistics

Bachelor of Arts
  1. ENG 296(3) or ANT 280(3)
  2. Complete 12 hours from the following courses: ANT 380(3)*, ANT 381(3), ANT 382(3), CSD 210(3), CSD 312(3), ENG 390(3), ENG 491(3), ENG 494(3), ENG 590(3), ENG 592(3), ENG 593(3)*, ENG 595(3), SPN 324(3). Other courses may be substituted with approval of committee. No more than 12 hours of the 15-hour minor may be taken from any one department.

    *Variable content course; up to 9 hours may be applied to the minor when the topic changes.
  3. No more than 3 hours of the minor may also count for a major requirement.

Linguistics

Bachelor of Science
Bachelor of Science in Education (Non-Certifiable)
  1. ENG 296(3) or ANT 280(3)

  2. Complete 12 hours from the following courses: ANT 380(3)*, ANT 381(3), ANT 382(3), CSD 210(3), CSD 312(3), ENG 390(3), ENG 491(3), ENG 494(3), ENG 590(3), ENG 592(3), ENG 593(3)*, ENG 595(3), SPN 324(3). Other courses may be substituted with approval of committee.

    *Variable content course; up to 9 hours may be applied to the minor when the topic changes.

  3. At least 6 hours of a foreign language (including American Sign Language). A student may take 3 hours each of two different languages. No more than 12 hours of the 21-hour minor (except for foreign language) may be taken from any one department. 

  4. No more than 3 hours of the minor (except for foreign language) may also count for a major requirement.