Linguistics is an interdisciplinary practice that seeks to analyze communicative behaviors using science and cultural information. A major in linguistics can be individualized according to your interests. Class work emphasizes oral presentation and communication skills as well as a strong foundation in logic, analysis and understanding arguments.
As a linguistics major, you are required to learn two additional languages and complete a minimum of three higher-level electives.
- BA in Linguistics
Internships, research opportunities and more
Some courses to consider in your first year:
- LING 114 - Lang,Cult&Communication in US
- LING 118 - Intro To Linguistic Structures
- LING 170 - Intro to Linguistic Anthro
After You Graduate
A BA in linguistics gives you a variety of competitive skills including an understanding of multiple languages and of qualitative and quantitative analysis.
Linguistics students are prepared for law school, teaching English abroad, translation careers or graduate school in a variety of fields. This is also a foundation for students wishing to work in audiology, deaf education or speech/language pathology.
For more information, visit the Linguistics website.