- LING 200G. Introduction to Language - 3 cr.
- Traditional fields of language study (sound, grammar, meaning) and newer ones (language as social behavior, language and cognition, language variation, animal communication).
- LING 301. Introduction to Psycholinguistics - 3 cr.
- Same as PSY 301.
- LING 302V. Language and Society - 3 cr.
- Study of how social identity, including such factors as ethnicity, age, sex, education, power, and socio-economic class, is expressed in language systems and how misunderstandings arise between groups. Research skills are emphasized.
- LING 303. Exploring Language Systems - 3 cr.
- Forms of linguistic semantic, syntactic, and phonological organization. Prerequisite(s): LING 200G.
- LING 405. Topics in Linguistics - 3 cr.
- Selected linguistics topics subtitled in the Schedule of Classes. Prerequisite: consent of instructor. May be repeated for a maximum of 6 credits under different subtitles.
- LING 451. Independent Studies in Linguistics - 1-3 cr.
- Individual or group study of selected topics. To be identified by subtitle. Prerequisites: LING 200G and prior arrangement with faculty supervisor. May be repeated for a maximum of 6 credits.