Minor in Linguistic Studies
The Linguistic Studies minor is interdisciplinary by design and utilizes expertise in disciplines of languages, linguistics, education, anthropology, and speech pathology. It provides students' knowledge and understanding of contemporary topics and problems in linguistics in areas such as Indo-European, and classical languages, diachronic and synchronic linguistics, anthropological, sociological, applied and theoretical linguistics.
To Pursue a minor in linguistics, students must complete 15 hours or courses including an introductory linguistics class as well as six hours of linguistic electives at the 3000 level and 6 hours at the 4000 level. All courses must be approved by the linguistics advisor.