Interior of Bailey Hall.

Interdisciplinary Minor in Linguistics

The Linguistics Minor Program offers a study of the basic concepts and principles in modern linguistic theory, methods of linguistic analysis, and applications of linguistics to other areas of study. The purpose of this program is to provide the interested student with a solid background for: (1) graduate studies in linguistics, applied linguistics, educational linguistics, linguistic anthropology, or sociolinguistics, or, (2) work in any field that requires in-depth understanding about linguistic processes, including language teaching, speech-language pathology and audiology, publishing, translation, interpretation, language policy and planning, language documentation and revitalization, and computer sciences.