Linguistics (LING)

2110 [101]. Introduction to the Study of Language and Linguistics [Introduction to the Study of Language]. (3)


2996 [295]. Topics [Special Topics in Current Language Issues]. (3, may be repeated three times Δ)


301. Introduction to Linguistic Analysis. (3)


302. Phonetic Analysis. (3)


303. Introduction to Phonetics. (3)


304 / 504. Phonological Analysis. (3)


322 / 522. Grammatical Analysis. (3)


331 / 531. Language in Society. (3)


334 / 534. Language and Gender. (3)


359. Language and Culture. (3)


367 / 567. Psychology of Language. (3)


*401–*402. Topics: American Indian Languages. (3, may be repeated three times Δ; 3, may be repeated three times Δ)


412 / 512. Morphosyntax. (3)


413 / 513. Linguistic Field Methods. (3)


415 / 515. Native American Languages. (3)


417 / 517. Typology and Universals. (3)


425 / 525. Semantic Analysis. (3)


429 / 529. Discourse Analysis. (3)


433. Sociolinguistic Variation. (3)


446 / 546. Introduction to Language Change. (3)


447 / 547. Introductory Old English. (3)


449. Middle English Language. (3)


460 / 560. Child Language. (3)


469L / 569L. Experimental Psycholinguistics. (3)


490 / 590. Topics in Linguistics. (3, no limit Δ)


495. Undergraduate Problems. (1-6 to a maximum of 6 Δ)


498. Reading and Research for Honors. (3)


499. Honors Thesis. (3)


502. Current Approaches to Phonology. (3)


503. Usage-based Phonology. (3)


504 / 304. Phonological Analysis. (3)


510. Statistical Methods in Linguistics. (3)


512 / 412. Morphosyntax. (3)


513 / 413. Linguistic Field Methods. (3)


515 / 415. Native American Languages. (3)


517 / 417. Typology and Universals. (3)


519. Cognitive Linguistics. (3)


522 / 322. Grammatical Analysis. (3)


523. Functional Syntactic Theories. (3)


525 / 425. Semantic Analysis. (3)


529 / 429. Discourse Analysis. (3)


531 / 331. Language in Society. (3)


533. Sociolinguistic Variation. (3)


534 / 334. Language and Gender. (3)


539. Seminar in Sociolinguistics. (3, may be repeated three times Δ)


546 / 446. Introduction to Language Change. (3)


547 / 447. Introductory Old English. (3)


548. Grammaticization. (3)


554. Seminar in Linguistic Theory. (3, no limit Δ)


560 / 460. Child Language. (3)


565. Seminar in Thought and Language. (3)


567 / 367. Psychology of Language. (3)


568. Seminar in Psycholinguistics. (3, may be repeated three times Δ)


569L / 469L. Experimental Psycholinguistics. (3)


590 / 490. Topics in Linguistics. (1-3, no limit Δ)


595. Graduate Problems. (1-6 to a maximum of 24 Δ)


599. Master's Thesis. (1-6, no limit Δ)


697. Qualifying Paper. (3-9, may be repeated once Δ)


699. Dissertation. (3-12, no limit Δ)


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