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2017-2018 Graduate Bulletin

Interdepartmental Minor in Linguistics

Curriculum Committee: C. Gonzalez, M. Leeser, L. Reglero, G. Sunderman (Modern Languages and Linguistics)

Web Page: http://www.academic-guide.fsu.edu/minors.html#linguistics

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

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

Requirements for a Minor in Linguistics

Graduate students in linguistics must take at least fifteen credit hours from the linguistics courses listed below; three of these must be core courses.

Note: Descriptions of the following courses can be found in the “Department of Modern Languages and Linguistics” chapter of this Graduate Bulletin.

Undergraduate

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

Core Courses

LIN 3041, LIN 4030, LIN 4040, 4512, LIN 4905

Other Courses

ANT 4640, LIN 3710, LIN 4930, EXP 4640, PHI 3220

Note: Additional courses may count with approval of the departmental curriculum committee.

Graduate

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

Core Courses

LIN 5035, LIN 5045, LIN 5510

Other Courses

LIN 5908r, LIN 5932, SPN 5805

Note: Additional courses may count with approval of the departmental curriculum committee.

LINGUISTICS:

see also Anthropology; Communication Disorders; English; Modern Languages and Linguistics

LITERATURE:

see English; Modern Languages and Linguistics