Courses

Here are the courses offered in Linguistics by term. Please check here often for up-to-date information on course meeting times and course availability. Course descriptions can be found on the Registrar's site. Note: LING 85, 86, 87 require personal arrangements with the department.

   

Spring 2020

  • LING 01: Introductory Linguistics - McPherson 10 and 2 (two sections)
  • LING 07: First Year Seminar - Peterson - 2
  • LING 17: Sociolinguistics - Stanford - 10A
  • LING 20: Experimental Phonetics- Stanford - 2
  • LING 24: Discourse Analysis - Peterson - 11
  • LING 48: Accelerated Computational Linguistics - Coto-Solano - 12
  • LING 80: Seminar in Linguistics: Advanced Theoretical Issues in Historical Linguistics - Pulju - 2A

All Terms - Arrange

Tentative courses for 2020-21

LING 2020-2021 Tentative Courses - not finalized - subject to change

Summer 20

  • LING 50 - History of Linguistics - Pulju
  • LING 30.08/GRK 30.08 - History and Structure of the Greek Language - Pulju
  • LING 30.09/LAT 30.09 - History and Structure of the Latin Language -Pulju

Fall 20

  • LING 1 x 2 sections - Coto-Solano
  • LING 11 Language and Music - McPherson 
  • LING 11 Language and Ethnicity - Nesbitt 
  • LING 22 - Ernst
  • LING 35 - Peterson
  • LING 50 Psycholinguistics - Wray

Winter 21

  • LING 1 x 2 sections - Stanford
  • LING 8/54 FSP  - McPherson 
  • LING 11 Language Revitalization - Whaley
  • LING 11 Language Acquisition - Wray 
  • LING 23 Pulju
  • LING 26

Spring 21

  • LING 1 x 2 sections - Pulju
  • LING 7 - Donahue (FYS)
  • LING 17 - Stanford
  • LING 21 - McPherson
  • LING 33 - Whaley
  • LING 48 - Coto-Solano x 2 sections
  • LING 80 - McPherson