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Department of Linguistics

Department of Linguistics, Cornell Univeristy Cornell Univeristy Cornell Univeristy Department of Linguistics

Minor Requirements


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Minor Requirements

The Linguistics Department offers a minor in linguistics, which gives students the opportunity to gain formal recognition for substantial coursework in linguistics without the burden of an additional major. The linguistics minor may be a valuable complement to studies in English, foreign languages, psychology, philosophy, computer science, biology, human development, or engineering.

Requirements:
5 courses in linguistics or courses approved for the linguistics major.

Minimum of 18 credits

Including:
Ling 1101 - Introduction to Linguistics
Three additional courses from the lists of foundation courses and core courses as defined for the linguistics major

1 elective as defined for the linguistics major

Minimum grade: C

First-year writing seminars cannot be counted toward these course requirements.

Interested students should consult with the Director of Undergraduate Studies for the Linguistics Department.Students who declare the minor will consult with either the Director of Undergraduate Studies or an assigned minor advisor on the selection of courses appropriate to their academic objectives.