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UNIVERSITY OF MONTANA'S - LINGUISTICS PROGRAM

Minor in Linguistics

To earn a Minor in Linguistics, students must complete 18 credits beyond their major degree requirements, as follows:

Basic Core Courses (3 credits)

All students must take the following course:

LING 470

Linguistic Analysis

(3 credits)

Additional Core Courses (6 credits)

Students must take 2 of the 3 courses listed below:

LING 471

Phonetics and Phonology 

(3 credits)

LING 472

Generative Syntax 

(3 credits)

LING 489        

Morphology 

(3 credits)

Elective Courses (9 credits)

Students must take 3 courses from among the following:

LING 270S*    

Introduction to Linguistics

(3 credits)

LING 375X     

Endangered Languages 

(3 credits)

LING 465*      

History and Structure of English 

(3 credits)

LING 466        

Pedagogical Grammar 

(3 credits)

LING 471**    

Phonetics and Phonology 

(3 credits)

LING 472**  

Generative Syntax 

(3 credits)

LING 473

Language and Culture 

(3 credits)

LING 474        

Historical Linguistics 

(3 credits)

LING 475        

Linguistic Field Methods 

(3 credits)

LING 477        

Bilingualism 

(3 credits)

LING 478        

Second Language Development 

(3 credits)

LING 484  

North American Indigenous Languages and Linguistics

(3 credits)

LING 489**    

Morphology 

(3 credits)

*  Cannot be taken after LING 470. In addition, only one of LING 270S and LING 465 may be counted towards the minor.

** May be taken as an elective, if not taken as a required core course.

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