Major in LLCL: linguistics

 

The Bachelor of Arts degree in LLCL: Linguistics is designed to develop students' knowledge and analysis of language phenomena, to challenge students' critical and analytical skills through exploring in small seminars various aspects of syntax, semantics, phonetics/phonology, morphology, historical linguistics, second language acquisition, and bilingualism. The undergraduate typically begins a major by taking the Introduction to Linguistics course. Junior and Senior courses include seminars in various aspects of general linguistics as well as specific courses on the linguistics attributes of the language of their choice. Students are encouraged to make links between language and culture as well as language and literature. Majors are encouraged to double-major with other languages offered by the department (French, German, Italian, Spanish).

Audit for Major in Languages and Linguistics / English Concentration

Audit for Major in Languages and Linguistics / French Concentration

Audit for Major in Languages and Linguistics / Italian Concentration

Audit for Major in Languages and Linguistics / Spanish Concentration

Please note that the undergraduate linguistics major is currently undergoing revisions. The checklists provided above are for continuing students only. For incoming students, please see the updated program description/checklist in the 2019-2020 University Catalog: http://www.fau.edu/registrar/registration/catalog.php