Degrees Offered with a Major in Linguistics

  • Doctor of Philosophy
  • Master of Arts

Requirements for these degrees are given in the Graduate Degrees section of this catalog.

Linguistics Departmental Courses

EAP 5835Academic Spoken English I3
EAP 5836Academic Spoken English II2-3
LIN 5075Intro to Corpus Linguistics3
LIN 5741Applied English Grammar3
LIN 5770Introduction to Computational Linguistics3
LIN 6007Statistics for Linguists3
LIN 6084Introduction to Graduate Research3
LIN 6138Introduction to Data-driven Learning3
LIN 6165Field Methods3
LIN 6208Phonetics for Linguists3
LIN 6226Advanced Phonetics3
LIN 6323Phonology 13
LIN 6341Phonology 23
LIN 6402Morphology 13
LIN 6410Morphology 23
LIN 6501Syntax 13
LIN 6520Syntax 23
LIN 6571Structure of Specific Language3
LIN 6601Sociolinguistics3
LIN 6707Psycholinguistics3
LIN 6708CMethods in Psycholinguistics3
LIN 6720Second Language Acquisition3
LIN 6765Methods in Language Documentation3
LIN 6796Cognitive Neuroscience of Language3
LIN 6804Semantics I3
LIN 6826Introduction to Formal Pragmatics3
LIN 6856Semantics II3
LIN 6905Individual Study1-4
LIN 6910Supervised Research1-5
LIN 6932Special Topics3
LIN 6940Supervised Teaching1-5
LIN 6971Research for Master's Thesis1-15
LIN 7641Seminar in Language Variation3
LIN 7725Topics in Second Language Acquisition3
LIN 7885Discourse Analysis and Pragmatics3
LIN 7979Advanced Research1-12
LIN 7980Research for Doctoral Dissertation1-15

Linguistics (PHD)

SLO 1     Knowledge        
Student defines, describes, and uses terminology and basic concept from the core areas of linguistics

SLO 2     Skills     
Student critically analyzes and interprets language-related data and theories

SLO 3     Skills     
Student designs and conducts a language-related program of inquiry producing original research

SLO 4     Professional Behavior   
Student engages in ethical human data collection, appropriate professional conduct, and ethical academic writing practices (as established by Linguistic Society of America Ethics Statement)

Linguistics (MA)

SLO 1     Knowledge        
Student defines, describes, and uses terminology and basic concept from the core areas of linguistics

SLO 2     Skills     
Student critically analyzes and interprets language-related data and theories

SLO 3     Professional Behavior   
Student engages in ethical human data collection, appropriate professional conduct, and ethical academic writing practices (as established by Linguistic Society of America Ethics Statement)