Gallery of flyers for Fall 2019 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

Neidle

TR
2-3:15


plus 1-hour Friday discussion section

Course description

Satifies Hub and Humanities Divisional Studies Requirements.
 

CAS LX 120

Language & Music

Chang and
Erker


TR
12:30-1:45



Course description

Satifies Hub and Humanities Divisional Studies Requirements.

No prerequisites.

BU HUB Units:

  • Aesthetic Exploration
  • Scientific Inquiry
  • Research & Information Literacy


 

BU HUB Units:

  • Ethical Reasoning
  • Oral and/or Signed Communication
  • Teamwork/Collaboration

CAS LX 235

Language and the Law

MWF 10:10-11

Coppock

Course description

 

CAS LX 205


The Origins of Writing

MWF
11:15-12:05

Nikolaev

Course description

Satifies Hub and Humanities Divisional Studies Requirements.

 

No prerequisites.

BU HUB Units:

  • Historical Consciousness
  • Global Citizenship
  • Teamwork and Collaboration
 

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.

 

 

BU HUB Units:

  • Historical Consciousness
  • Global Citizenship
  • Teamwork and Collaboration
CAS LX 301
GRS LX 601


Phonetics & Phonology: Introduction to Sound Systems

Lindsey

TR
5-6:15 pm

Course description

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


Syntax:
Introduction to Sentential Structure


Hagstrom

TR
11-12:15

Course description

Satifies Humanities Divisional Studies Requirements.
 
 

 

Other electives

 

CAS LX 311
GRS LX 611


Morphology: Introduction to the Structures & Shapes of Words

Myler

MWF
9:05-9:55

Course description
 

CAS LX 317
GRS LX 317


"Having" and "Being" across Languages



Myler

MWF
1:25-2:15

Course description

CAS LX 349
GRS LX 649


Bilingualism


Chang

TR
3:30-4:45

Course description
     
 
 

 

Linguistics of specific languages

 

CAS LX 383
GRS LX 683


The Sounds of Spanish

Erker

TR
9:30-10:45

Course description
     
 
 

Intermediate-level courses


 
CAS LX 405
GRS LX 705


Prosody


Barnes

MWF 10:10-11

Course description
  CAS LX 432
GRS LX 732


Intermediate Semantics:
The Grammatical Constrution of Meaning

Coppock

MWF
12:10-1:0


Course description
CAS LX 454
GRS LX 754


Acquisition of Syntax


Hagstrom

TR
2-3:15

Course description
     
 
 

More advanced offerings


 
[no flyer] GRS LX 801

Seminar in Linguistic Research
(2 credits)

Barnes

M 2:30-3:45

Course description
     
 

Overview of the flyers

 

 

 


 




Hub requirements satisfied by the above LX courses

  CAS LX 120 CAS LX 205 CAS LX 250 CAS LX 301

CAS LX 349

[1-2] Aesthetic Exploration        
[1-3] Historical Consciousness        
[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         
[4-2] Global Citizenship & Intercultural Literacy (2 required)       
[6-1] Critical Thinking (2 required)      
[6-2] Research & Information Literacy          
[6-3] Teamwork & Collaboration        

 

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