Gallery of flyers for Spring 2019 Linguistics course offerings

 

Courses with no prerequisites
Courses with only CAS LX 250
Introduction to Linguistics as a prerequisite
Intermediate-level courses
Advanced courses
   
Hub status of these courses
Flyer overview

 

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Beginning your study of Linguistics : courses with no prerequisites


No prerequisites.

Introduction to Linguistics

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

  • 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 205

The Origins of Writing

Nikolaev

MWF
2:30-3:20




Course description

Satifies Hub and Humanities Divisional Studies Requirements.

No prerequisites.


  • Historical consciousness
  • Global Citizenship and Intercultural Communication
  • Teamwork/Collaboration

Courses with CAS LX 250 (and only CAS LX 250) as a prerequisite

Core courses required for majors, joint majors, and minors;
also satisfy Hub and College Divisional Humanities Requirements

  Other electives

 

  • The Individual in Community
  • Global Citizenship and Intercultural Literacy
  • Critical Thinking

 

CAS LX 331
GRS LX 631

Semantics & Pragmatics: Introduction to Linguistic Meaning

Coppock
TR 11-12:15

See course description.

Satifies Hub and Humanities Divisional Studies Requirements.
 

CAS LX 341
GRS LX 641

Socioliguistics

Ngom
MWF
10:10-11

See course description.

Satifies Humanities Divisional Studies Requirements.

 

 

 

         

NOTE: Students wishing to use this course for credit towards the minor in Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies can petition the Director of Undergraduate Studies for WGS.

CAS LX 342
GRS LX 642

Language, Race, and Gender

Erker
TR
9:30-10:45

See course description.

 

CAS LX 350
GRS LX 650

Crosslinguistic Perspectives on Language Acquisition

Hagstrom
TR
3:30-4:45

See course description

CAS LX 391
GRS LX 691

Linguistic Field Methods

Barnes
MWF
11:15-12:05

See course description.

 

CAS LX 394
GRS LX 394

Introduction to Computational Linguistics & Natural Language Processing

Hagstrom
M
2:30-5:15


See course description


  • Quantitative Reasoning II
  • Research & Information Literacy

Intermediate-level courses -- with one course beyond LX 250 as prerequisite
Required for the MA and PhD programs   Elective for all programs

CAS LX 403
GRS LX 703

Phonological Analysis

Barnes
MWF
9:05-9:55

See course descriotion.

 

CAS LX 433
GRS LX 733

Intermediate Pragmatics: Meaning in Context

Coppock
TR
2-3:15

See course description.


Advanced-level courses -- with one course beyond LX 250 as prerequisite
[Includes courses required for the PhD programs]
Fulfills requirement for the PhD program   Elective for graduate programs

CAS LX 423
GRS LX 623

Advanced Syntax: Issues in Modern Syntactic Theory

Iovtcheva
TR
11-12:15

See course description.

 

GRS LX 795

Quantitative Methods in Linguistics

Erker
TR
12:30-1:45

See course description

 

 

requirements satisfied by the above LX courses

  CAS LX 205 CAS LX 250 CAS LX 331 CAS LX 394
Historical Consciosness      
[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         
[3-2 Quantitative Reasoning 2      
[4-1] Individual in Community          
[4-2] Global Citizenship & Intercultural Literacy (2 required)     
[4-3] Ethical Reasoning        
[4-4] Oral & Signed Communication        
[6-1] Critical Thinking (2 required)      
[6-2] Research & Information Literacy        
[6-3] Teamwork & Collaboration      

 

Overview of the flyers