Students may select from two concentrations within the Linguistics Minor, one focusing primarily on linguistics (Linguistics Concentration) and the other including a foreign language component (Language Concentration).
To receive credit for any ENG or LING prefix course, the student must receive a grade of “C-” or better. Students should note that programs differ in the minimum grade required.
At least 6 credits of a single foreign language at or above the 2000-level (the language courses must contain grammar). Students who have not taken enough high school language courses to enter at the 2000-level will be required to take the prerequisite 1000-level language courses.
For modern language majors who choose this (Language) concentration of the Linguistics minor, the student must take 6 credits of a different language than their major at or above the 2000-level.
Linguistics Electives: 9 credits
Any three of the following courses chosen in consultation with a linguistics faculty advisor: