The minor in Linguistics is available as an adjunct to all majors in the B.A., B.Sc., and BASc. except the General Major in the Humanities if Linguistics is chosen as one of the disciplinary streams.
Six courses (18.0 credit hours) in Linguistics, including at least one Linguistics course (3.0 credit hours) at the 3000/4000 level.
One of the following courses may be counted as one of the six courses required for the Linguistics minor:
Anthropology 2510 - Language, Culture, and Communication
Blackfoot 2210 - Structure of the Blackfoot Language
Blackfoot 3210 - Blackfoot Morphology and Syntax
Cree 2210 - Structure of the Plains Cree Language
English 2810 - Grammar
English 3450 - Old English
English 3901 - History of the English Language
French 3450 - Phonetics and Diction
French 4001 - Advanced Language II
German 3000 - Advanced Language
Greek 1300 - Elementary Biblical Greek II
Hebrew 1100 - Elementary Hebrew II
Japanese 3001 - Advanced Language
Latin 1100 - Elementary Latin II
Philosophy 3280 - Philosophy of Language
Psychology 3240/Linguistics 3240 - Psychology of Language
Spanish 3001 - Advanced Language
Instead of a course from the above list, students may, with the permission of the Department of Modern Languages, include one Topics or Series course with an emphasis on Linguistics offered by another discipline.
No more than one Independent Study (Linguistics 2990, 3990, 4990) or Applied Studies (Linguistics 2980, 3980, 4980) course may be counted towards the minor.
Additional restrictions apply. See Part 7 of the UofL Calendar for complete details.
Note: Minors are linked to your calendar year and some minors may not be available for previous calendar years. Your calendar year will be the year of your most recent admission to the University of Lethbridge. Contact an Academic Advisor for more information (see Academic Advising).