LIN 5501 - Linguistic Structures
An introduction to linguistic analysis and the nature of human language within a modern linguistic framework using data from English and other languages. This course provides an overview of sound, structure, meaning, dialect variation, historical change, and linguistic universals. A grade-point average of 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale) in undergraduate work is ordinarily the minimum standard for admission to the Master of Arts in linguistics program.
Comments: Formerly LIN 501.
Course revisions made after the Graduate Catalog publication date will be posted in the Graduate Catalog Addendum.
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