Gallery of flyers for Fall 2018 Linguistics course offerings


Courses with no prerequisites
Courses with only CAS LX 250 Introduction to Linguitics as a prerequisite
Courses on the structure of specific languages or language families
Intermediate-level courses
Advanced courses

 

Beginning your study of Linguistics : courses with no prerequisites


Introduction to Linguistics

This course is a prerequisite for all higher level LX courses.


BU HUB Units:

  • Scientific Inquiry I,
  • Global Citizenship & Intercultural Literacy
  • Critical Thinking
CAS LX 250

Introduction to Linguistics

Barnes

TR
2-3:15


plus 1-hour Friday discussion section

Course description

Satifies Hub and Humanities Divisional Studies Requirements.
  CAS LX 110

Say What? Accents, Dialects, and Society

Myler

TR
9:30-10:45



Course description

Satifies Hub and Humanities Divisional Studies Requirements.

No prerequisites. ONLY for students who have not taken any other linguistics course. Cannot be taken after or concurrently with CAS LX 250 or any higher level CAS LX course.

BU HUB Units:

  • Social Inquiry I,
  • Individual in Community
  • Research & Information Literacy
 

 

CAS LX 235


Language in the Contemporary World: Language, Society & the  Law

MWF
3:35-4:25

Coppock

Satifies Humanities Divisional Studies Requirements; Hub status pending approval

 

No prerequisites.

 

BU HUB Units:

pending approval

 

Courses with CAS LX 250 (and no other LX courses) as a prerequisite



 

CORE COURSES
required for majors (including joint majors), and minors; also satisfy College Divisional Requirements.

 

CAS LX 301
GRS LX 601


Phonetics & Phonology: Introduction to Sound Systems

Chang

MWF
10:10-11

Course description

Satifies Hub and Humanities Divisional Studies Requirements.
  CAS LX 321
GRS LX 621


Syntax:
Introduction to Sentential Structure


Hagstrom

TR
3:30-4:45

Course description

Satifies Humanities Divisional Studies Requirements.
 
 

 

Other electives

 

CAS LX 359
GRS LX 659


Interrupted Acquisition and Language Attrition


Chang

MWF
12:20-1:10

Course description
  CAS LX 360
GRS LX 660


Historical and
Comparative Linguistics


Nikolaev

TR
2-3:15

Course description
 
 

 

Linguistics of specific languages

 

CAS LX 365
GRS LX 665


Variation in Dialects of English

Myler

TR
12:30-1:45

Course description
  CAS LX 373
CAS LF 503
GRS LX 673


French Phonology

Neidle

TR
9:30-10:45

Course description
 
 

Intermediate-level core courses


 
CAS LX 422
GRS LX 722


Intermediate Syntax:
Modeling Syntactic Knowledge


Hagstrom

TR
11-12:15

Course description
  CAS LX 432
GRS LX 732


Intermediate Semantics:
The Grammatical Constrution of Meaning

Coppock

MWF
1:25-2:15


Course description
 
 

More advanced offerings


 
GRS LX 706

Advanced Topics in Phonology:
Features and cues in representation and realization

Barnes

TR
9:30-10:45

Course description
     
 

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Hub requirements satisfied by the above LX courses

  CAS LX 110 CAS LX 250 CAS LX 301
[2-1] Scientific Inquiry 1      
[2-2] Social Inquiry 1    
[2-3a] Scientific Inquiry 2  or  [2-3b] Social Inquiry 2    
[3-1] Quantitative Reasoning 1     
[4-1] Individual in Community        
[4-2] Global Citizenship & Intercultural Literacy (2 required)       
[6-1] Critical Thinking (2 required)    
[6-3] Research & Information Literacy      

 

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