The linguistics minor consists of a minimum of five courses: two required introductory level courses and three electives.

Required courses for the minor are as follows:

LNGT 0101 Introduction to Linguistics or LNGT/ANTH 0125 Language Structure and Function

LNGT 0102 Introduction to Sociolinguistics or LNGT/ANTH 0109 Language, Culture, Society

Electives include the following:

LNGT 0101 Introduction to Linguistics

LNGT 0102 Introduction to Sociolinguistics

LNGT 0107 Introduction to TESOL

LNGT 0109 Language, Culture, Society

LNGT 0125 Language Structure & Function

LNGT 0206 Narratives in News Media

LNGT 0208 Cultural Rhetorics

LNGT 0226 Phonetics and Phonology

LNGT 0233 History of French Language

LNGT 0242 Non-Native Speakers

LNGT 0243 How Languages are Learned

LNGT 0250 Morphology and Syntax

LNGT 0261 Revival of the Hebrew Language

LNGT 0270 Chinese Sociolinguistics

LNGT 0280 Semantics, Logic and Cognition

LNGT 0305 Holocaust/Exile in Translation

LNGT 0337 French Language and Society

LNGT 0396 Linguistic Anthropology Method

LNGT 0495 Language and the Environment

LNGT 0500 Independent Work

LNGT 1005 Introduction to Tranlation Studies

LNGT 1230 Data Science Across Disciplines

LNGT 1304 Mayan Language Revitalization

LNGT/WRPR 0110 English Grammar: Concepts & Controversies

LNGT/JAPN 0210 Japanese Linguistics

LNGT/ARBC 0227 Arabic Sociolinguistics

LNGT/RUSS 0232 Nature and Origin of Language

LNGT/CHNS 0270 Chinese Sociolinguistics

LNGT/SPAN 0303 Introduction to Spanish Phonetics/Pronunciation (taught in Spanish)

LNGT/JAPN 0310 Variation & Change in Japanese

LNGT/SPAN 0322 Hispanic Linguistics (taught in Spanish)

LNGT/PHIL 0354 Philosophy of Language

LNGT/GRMN 0370 German Linguistics (taught in German)

LNGT/SPAN 0422 Hispanic Bilingualism (taught in Spanish)

LNGT/SPAN 0390 Linguistic Variation (taught in Spanish)

LNGT/ANTH 0395 Environmental Communication

LNGT/SPAN 0426 Spanish in the US (taught in Spanish)

LNGT/ARBC 0435 Arabic Diglossia (taught in Arabic)

Please Note: Students are advised to check with the director for a complete list of courses that count as electives. All electives are taught in English, unless otherwise indicated.