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Linguistics Course Catalog Numbering System

Courses numbered under 100 are designed primarily for pre-majors. Courses with 100-level numbers are designed for majors, minors, and M.A. and Ph.D. minor candidates in Linguistics. Those with numbers 200 and above are primarily for graduate students, but with consent of instructor some of them may be taken for credit by qualified undergraduates. At all levels, the course numberings indicate a special area, as follows:

00-04

General

05-09

Phonetics

10-14

Phonology

15-19

Morphology

20-29

Syntax

30-39

Semantics, Pragmatics, Discourse

40-49

Language Acquisition, Psycholinguistics

50-61

Sociolinguistics, Language Variation, Change

62-73

Language and Culture, Structure of a Language

74-79

Methods, Mathematical Linguistics, Statistics

80-89

Computational Linguistics

90-93

Applied Linguistics

94-99

Directed Work, Theses, Dissertations

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