Florida State University General Bulletin 1998-1999

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Interdepartmental LINGUISTICS MINORS

GRADUATE AND UNDERGRADUATE

COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

Curriculum Committee: John Lu, Joe Ree, and James Wyatt,
Department of Modern Languages and Linguistics

Linguistics is concerned with the study of the nature of language, and there are linguistic applications in the areas of anthropology, sociology, psychology, mathematics, computer sciences, philosophy, and audiology and speech pathology.

Students (both undergraduate and graduate) who wish to minor in linguistics should choose a minor adviser from the members of the linguistics curriculum committee (listed above) who will help them in designing courses of study that fill their personal and professional needs.

Requirements for a Minor in Linguistics

Undergraduate

Undergraduate students in linguistics must take at least twelve (12) semester hours from the linguistics courses listed below; two of these must be core courses.

Core Courses

LIN 3041, or 4030, 4040, 4300.

Other Courses

ANT 4640; LIN 3200, 3710, 4930; PHI 3220; PSY 4930; SPN 4700.

Graduate

Graduate students in linguistics must take at least fifteen (15) semester hours from the linguistics courses listed below; two of these must be core courses.

Core Courses

LIN 5035 or 5045, 5510, 5511.

Other Courses

LIN 5772, 5908r, 5932; PSY 5916; SPN 5805.

 

LINGUISTICS: see also Modern Languages and Linguistics; Anthropology; Communication Disorders; English; and Psychology

LITERATURE, ENGLISH: see English