2018-2019 Undergraduate Course Catalog 
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2018-2019 Undergraduate Course Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Linguistic Studies Minor

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Jaklin Kornfilt

340 HB Crouse



Tej K. Bhatia, Amanda Brown, Richard W. Buttny, Chris Green, Gerald R. Greenberg, Rania Habib, Jaklin Kornfilt, Elizabeth D. Liddy, Amy Lutz, , Linda Milosky, Michael Rieppel, Amardo Rodriguez, Robert A. Rubinstein, Maria Emma Ticio Quesada, Robert Van Gulick, Susan S. Wadley

Linguistics is the scientific study of language and is concerned with the following questions (among others): What does knowledge of a language consist in and how is this knowledge acquired and put to use? What are the similarities and differences among languages? How is language represented in the human brain? How does language differ from animal communications systems? How does language function in society? How and why does language change over time? In addition, linguistics is applied in the teaching of languages and in education generally, in computer programming, in advertising, and in many other areas of study and activity in which language plays a central role.

The minor in Linguistic Studies is an 18-credit level program focusing on core courses in Linguistic Studies and related areas.

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