Linguistics (Bachelor of Arts)
Thirty-three credits, including LING 080 and three of the four following courses: LING 165, ANTH 142/LING 166, LING 168, LING 169; twelve credits of linguistics electives, and nine credits of concentration courses. Concentrations include Sociolinguistics, Psycholinguistics, Language Studies, and Formal Linguistics. At least one course must be at the 200-level. The first three credits of an undergraduate thesis may count toward the major and, if it is a 200-level thesis, toward the 200-level course requirement. No more than three credits may come from classes also used to fulfill the student’s minor or a second major.
Language Studies Concentration: two foreign languages courses beyond the two required for a B.A. plus one class in the linguistics of a foreign language. Selection varies according to the language pursued.
Formal Linguistics Concentration: to be planned with a linguistics advisor.
Additional concentration courses may be substituted with the approval of a linguistics faculty member.