The Linguistics Department offers an undergraduate minor in Applied Linguistics. The minor requires a minimum of 18 credits, organized as follows:
|TOTAL CREDITS REQUIRED|
|REQUIRED COURSES (12 CREDITS)|
|ONE OF THE FOLLOWING (3 CREDITS)|
|ELECTIVES (3 CREDITS)|
Coursework in linguistics and related areas, selected from the approved electives list (see major requirements) in consultation with an advisor in the Linguistics program. Students are encouraged to focus their electives in an area closely aligned with the study of linguistics, including various foreign languages, English, Anthropology, Philosophy, Computer Science, and Education, among others.
Students attain at least a 2.000 GPA on all credits in the minor, including transfer work.