Linguistics is a scientific study of human language, its development, and use. The interdisciplinary minor in linguistics provides a well-rounded training in linguistics by allowing students to take courses drawn from these various departments across the campus: the Departments of Classics, Modern Languages, and Literatures; English; Philosophy; Psychology; and Sociology, Anthropology, and Social Work in the College of Arts and Sciences; the Department of Communication Studies in the College of Media and Communication; and the Department of Human Development and Family Studies in the College of Human Sciences.
The minor requires 18 hours of coursework, and of these, 9 are required and 9 are elective. The required (offered by the Department of English) are ENGL 2371 , ENGL 3371 , and ENGL 3373 . The electives may be any three courses drawn from the following pool, provided that they are selected from at least two different departments: ANTH 3316 ; COMS 3301 , COMS 3332 , COMS 3334 ; ENGL 3372 , ENGL 4300 , ENGL 4371 , ENGL 4373 ; FREN 4300 ; GERM 3305 ; GRK 4300 ; ITAL 4300 , ITAL 4303 ; JAPN 4300 ; LING 4311 , LING 4315 , LING 4327 , LING 4332 , LING 4335 , LING 4383 ; PORT 4300 ; RUSN 3305 ; SPAN 3305 , SPAN 3389 , SPAN 4303 ; TURK 4300 ; VIET 4300 ; PHIL 2310 , PHIL 3330 , PHIL 3340 , PHIL 4310 , PHIL 4330 , PHIL 4331 ; PSY 4301 ; HDFS 3312 .
Contact: Dr. Min-Joo Kim, Department of English, 806.742.2501, firstname.lastname@example.org