Minimum Requirements for Degree: 120 credits
Students must earn a C- grade or better in each course.
|General University Requirements|
|Complete the general university requirements.|
|General Education Requirements|
|Complete the general education requirements.|
|As part of the general education requirements, complete two semesters of a single foreign or Alaska Native language. 1|
|B.A. Degree Requirements|
|Complete the B.A. degree requirements.|
|Four semesters (or equivalent) of a foreign, Alaska Native or American Sign language. The language chosen must be different from that used to meet GER above. 1||12-16|
|ENGL F318||Modern English Grammar||3|
|LING F101X||Nature of Language 1||3|
|LING F318||Introduction to Phonetics and Phonology||3|
|LING F320||Introduction to Morphology||3|
|LING F430||Historical Linguistics||3|
|or LING F410||Theory and Methods of Second Language Teaching|
|or LING F431||Field Methods in Descriptive Linguistics I|
|LING F441||Topics in Linguistics||3|
|LING F482||Seminar in Linguistics 2||3|
|Complete four approved electives, three of which must be upper-division. 3||12|
It is recommended that at least one of the languages be other than an Indo-European language.
Fulfills the baccalaureate capstone requirement.
Possible electives include: ANL F251X, ANL F315, ANL F316, COJO F320, ENGL F462, ENGL F472 or any LING course not used above.