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Minor in Applied Linguistics

Students who wish to minor in applied linguistics should complete the following six requirements (15-18 hours). A grade of C or higher is required in all courses counting toward the minor. AL/ForL 3021 Introduction to Linguistics is a prerequisite for all courses in 3-6.

  1. Required courses. (9)
    • Lang 1002 Beginning Foreign Language II (3)*
    • AL/ForL 3021 Introduction to Linguistics (3)
    • AL/ForL 3031 Language in Society - CTW (3)
  2. Select one course. (3)
    • AL/ForL 3041 Introduction to Second Language Acquisition (3)
    • AL/ForL 4131 Bilingualism (3)
  3. Select one course. (3)
    • AL/ForL 4011 Phonetics & Phonology (3)
    • AL/ForL 4012 Morphology & Syntax (3)
  4. Select one course. (3)
    Choose from remaining courses above under 4 and 5 or from the following list:
    • AL 3051 Methods of Teaching English as a Foreign Language I: Methods and Approaches (3)
    • AL/ForL 4111 Semantics and Pragmatics (3)
    • AL/ForL 4121 Historical Linguistics (3)
    • AL/ForL 4131 Bilingualism (3)
    • AL/ForL 4141 Special Topics (3)
    • AL/ForL 4151 Communication Across Cultures - CTW (3)
    • AL 4161 Teaching English as a Second Language II: Practicum and Classroom Practices (3)
    • AL 4980 Internship (3) COMING SOON
    • AL 4999 Directed Reading (3)
*Lang 1002 is waived if it is a requirement in the student’s declared major.