Linguistics Minor - General
The general linguistics minor provides students with a foundation in the field of linguistics. Students take core courses focusing on language data from a variety of languages, which teach analytical and writing skills. Students may acquire knowledge of the theoretical issues in language processing, language acquisition, and language in society. These courses develop writing, research and critical thinking skills.
- Completion of 7 linguistics courses with at least a C- letter grade (exception: one quarter of LIGN199 taken for pass/no pass may count toward the minor)
- Required course: LIGN101 – Introduction to the Study of Language
- Six other linguistics courses, two of which may be lower-division
See the list of linguistics courses for available classes.