Gallery of flyers for Spring 2020 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

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
3:30-4:45

plus 1-hour Friday discussion section

Course description

Satifies Hub and Humanities Divisional Studies  Requirements.

No prerequisites.


  • Social Inquiry 1
  • The Individual in Community
  • Research & Information Literacy

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 12:30-1:45

Course description

Satifies Hub and Humanities Divisional Studies Requirements.
 

CAS LX 346
GRS LX 646


Language Variation & Change

Erker

MWF
12:20-1:10

 

Satifies Hub and Humanities Divisional Studies Requirements.

  • Social Inquiry 1
  • Teamwork & Collaboration
         

CAS LX 360
GRS LX 660


Historical & Comparative Linguistics

Barnes

TR
11-12:15

Course description

 

CAS LX 365
GRS LX 665

Variation in Dialects of English

Myler

TR
9:30-10:45

Course description

CAS LX 391
GRS LX 691


Linguistic Field Methods

Lindsey

MWF
9:05-9:55

Course description

 

CAS LX 496
GRS LX 796

Computational Linguistics

Hagstrom
Snyder

T
3:30-6:15



  • 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

Lindsey

MWF
1:25-2:15

Course description

 

CAS LX 422
GRS LX 722

Intermediate Syntax: Modeling Syntactic Knowledge

Hagstrom

TR
2-3:15

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 736

Advanced Topics in Semantics & Pragmatics: Degree Semantics

Coppock

F
2:30-5:15

 

GRS LX 795

Quantitative Methods in Linguistics

Erker

MWF
10:10-11

Course description

 

 

requirements satisfied by the above LX courses

  CAS LX 110 CAS LX 250 CAS LX 331 CAS LX 346 CAS LX 496
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