Linguistics

Linguistics is the scientific study of the function and structure of language, and is concerned with language as a general aspect of human knowledge and behavior. The department offers three major tracks-Applied Linguistics, Language, Society, and Communication, and Language and Cognition. Two honors programs are also available. In addition, the department offers a joint major and a minor.

The Department of Linguistics currently offers courses in the following languages: American Sign Language, Arabic, Chinese, German, Greek (Modern), Japanese, Korean, Polish, and Russian.

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