Gallery of flyers for Spring 2017 Linguistics course offerings


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Courses with no prerequisites
Courses with only CAS LX 250
Introduction to Linguistics as a prerequisite
Courses on the structure of specific languages or language families
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

CAS LX 250 Introduction to Linguistics

Plaster

TR 5-6:15 pm
plus 1-hour Friday discussion section

See course description.

Counts as a humanities course
for satisfaction of College
Divisional Requirements.

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

Core courses required for majors (including joint majors), and minors; also count as humanities courses for satisfaction of College Divisional Requirements

 

Other electives

CAS LX 321
Syntax
: Introduction to Sentential Structure

Hagstrom and
Myler

TR 11-12:15

See course description.

Counts as a humanities course for satisfaction of College Divisional Requirements.
 

CAS LX 341/GRS LX 641
Sociolinguistics

Ngom

MWF 10:10-11

See course description.

CAS LX 331/
GRS LX 631

Semantics & Pragmatics
: Introduction to Linguistic Meaning

Alrenga
TR 12:30-1:45

See course description

Counts as a humanities course for satisfaction of College Divisional Requirements.
 

CAS LX 359/GRS LX 659
Language Attrition

Chang
MWF 12:20-1:10

See course description.

 


Advanced-level courses --
with one course beyond LX 250 as prerequisite
 

Linguistics of specific languages


CAS LX 423 / GRS LX 723
Advanced Syntax: Issues in Modern Syntactic Theory
[prereq: a previous syntax course at BU CAS LX 300 or higher, or instructor consent]

Hagstrom
TR 3:30-4:45
[note time change]

See course description.

 

CAS LX 391/GRS LX 691
Field Methods

Myler
TR 2-3:15
F 9:05-9:55

See course description.

 

 

 

CAS LX 364/GRS LX 664
Linguistics of Contemporary English

Alrenga
TR 9:30-10:45

See course description.

     

 

CAS LG 315
Introduction to German Linguistics
[prereq: CAS LG 211 or equivalent proficiency]

Waters
TR 2-3:15

See course description.

 

 

Overview of the flyers