Degree Type: Bachelor of Arts
Requirements (30 hours/credits)
- Students must earn a C- or higher in all courses that make up the major.
- Students may not take courses pass/fail unless the course is graded solely on a pass/fail basis.
- 600-level courses will not count towards the B.A. degree in Linguistics unless these courses are being used towards an honors degree
- To receive honors credit for a 600-level course, please email Dr. Andreasen (email@example.com).
- Credits may be counted only once toward a degree.
- Students majoring in linguistics and minoring in cognitive science may not use the same courses towards both, with the exception of LING 101.
- Students double majoring in linguistics and cognitive science may not use the same courses towards both degrees, with the exceptions of LING101 and CGSC485.
All of the Following, 15 Credits
|LING 101: Introduction to Linguistics||Take 1st Term in Major||Fall, Spring, Winter|
|LING 202: Science of Language||Pre-Req: LING101||Fall, Spring, Winter|
|LING 403: Introduction to Phonology||Pre-Req: LING 202||Each Fall|
|LING 404: Structure of Language||Pre-Req: LING 101||Each Spring|
|CGSC 485: Seminar in Cognitive Science||Take Senior Year||Fall and Spring|
The topics for CGSC 485 rotate by semester. Many will have significant linguistic emphasis.
One of the Following, 3 Credits
|LING 418: Meaning and Language Use||Pre-Req: LING 101||Every other Fall|
|CGSC 490: Philosophy of Language||||Every other Fall (alternates with LING 418)|
12 Additional Credits drawn from LING or courses cross-listed with LING, or courses from the following list: PHIL 205 Logic, CGSC 170 Introduction to Cognitive Science, CGSC 490 Philosophy of Language. Six credits must be 300-level or above.
Note: CGSC 170 is good preparation for CGSC485 and has language-cognition emphasis.
LING BA Progress and Planning Form.pdf