Linguistics Minor

Total Units Required: 21

The Minor in Linguistics provides a foundation for the study of languages; the human language capacity; the relationship between language, culture, and society; and the acquisition of English as a second language. A linguistics minor prepares students to analyze the form and function of languages and to think critically about languages and linguistic ideas. 

Student Brooke Kenney presents at the English Graduate Student Council Symposium surrounded by her classmates.