Bachelor of Arts in Linguistics

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  • Objectives
    Linguistics is an interdisciplinary field, involving the humanities, social sciences and natural sciences. The study of linguistics challenges students' intellectual skills by examining the elements of language and studying historical change in languages. Graduates from a Linguistics program may continue on to further study, or find employment in a wide variety of fields, from speech therapy to computer programming.
  • Academic title
    Bachelor of Arts in Linguistics
  • Course description
    Honours in Linguistics: 60 credits

        * 36 credits in Linguistics, including syntax, phonology, phonetics, non-Indo-European and Comparative Indo-European linguistics
        * 12 credits in Linguistics at the advanced level
        * 12 credits in Linguistics, or an ancient, or modern language, or Philosophy, Psychology or Sociology
        * 30 elective credits in any department

    Major in Linguistics
    : 42 credits

        * 15 credits in Linguistics, including introduction to the field, history of linguistics, and phonetics
        * 21 credits in Linguistics at the intermediate or advanced levels
        * 6 elective credits in Linguistics, or another subject chosen in consultation with the Department
        * 48 elective credits in any department, which may take the form of a Major or Minor in another section of the Department or in another department

    Minor in Linguistics
    : 24 credits

        * 6 required credits in Introductory Linguistics
        * 18 elective credits in Linguistics

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