Linguistics

(18 semester hours)

For information, contact the Department of English, 356 Bachelor Hall (513-529-5221).

Linguistics is the study of language. Linguists look at how people use language and try to find the rules that govern that use. Because linguistics touches so many areas of study, a minor in linguistics is useful for students majoring in foreign languages, English, sociology, anthropology, psychology, mathematics, communication, philosophy, or computer science. A minimum 2.00 GPA is required for all courses in the minor.

Program Requirements

This one:

ENG 303 Introduction to Linguistics (4) or

SPN 303 Introduction to Linguistics (4) or

GER 309 Introduction to Linguistics (4) or

ATH 309 Introduction to Linguistics (4)

These two:

ENG 405 and 406

At least eight semester hours from the following:

ATH 265, 465; COM 436; ENG 301, 302, 410; FRE 341; MTH 483; PHL 373; PSY 374; SPN 481, 482.

Note: When initiating the minor, students must register with the Linguistics adviser and thereafter check their progress with the adviser at least once a year until the minor is complete.

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