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Sample First and Second Year Programs

Courses typically taken by a first year Linguistics major:

Fall Spring
Hum 110  Hum 110 
Group or allied field course Psych/Ling 296, or allied field course
Group III course Group III course
Psych, Math, or foreign language Psych, Math, or foreign language

 

 Note: First year students are eligible to enroll in Linguistics 211 and 212 if there is space available in these courses. In addition, Linguistics 320 (Phonetics) and 323 (Introductory Syntax) have no prerequisite courses and are open to all students.

 

Courses typically taken by a second year Linguistics major:

Fall Spring
Linguistics 211 Linguistics 212
Linguistics or allied field course Linguistics or allied field course
Foreign language Foreign language
Group or elective course Group or elective course

 

Off-campus Study Options

 Majors interested in studying abroad are recommended to complete the study abroad program during the spring semester of sophomore or junior year. Potential majors should consult with a member of the Linguistics department as soon as possible for help in planning their course of study.

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