Linguistics 

This program is not accepting any new admissions at the time. 

GENERAL INFORMATION

The Linguistics Program combines courses in the traditional area of linguistics and in related disciplines. It is administered by a committee drawn from the departments involved. Interested students should contact the Director of Linguistics of the Student Advisor. 

Requirements 

Linguistics is offered as part of a Double Major or a Joint Honours in conjunction with another Major or Honours program.

Programs of Study

Double Majors:

  1.  9 ch from the three Required Courses. 
  2. 18 ch from Group A or Group B Courses, with not more than 6 ch from Group B. 
  3. The courses chosen to fulfill prerequisites or major requirements must be completed with a mark of C or better, and may not count towards the other subject of the Double Majors Program. 

Joint Honours:

  1.  9 ch from the three Required Courses.
  2. 24 ch from Group A and Group B Courses, with not more than 6 ch from Group B. 
  3. The courses chosen to fulfill prerequisites or honours requirements must be completed with a mark of C or better, and may not count towards the other subject of the Joint Honours Program.

Courses

Note: For course descriptions refer to the appropriate department listings. 

Required Courses

LING 2401 Introduction to Language
LING 3411 Phonetics and Phonemics
LING 3422 Morphology of Syntax

 

 

 

 

Optional Courses 

 

Group A Group B
ED 5078 Foundations of Speech and Language ABRG (Micmac language courses at any level)
ENGL/LING 3006 Linguistic Introduction to Canadian English ABRG or NATI (Maliseet language courses at any level)
ENGL/LING 3010 History of the English Language ANTH 3412 Language and Culture
FR/LING 3404 Introduction a la linguistique ANTH 3434 Cross-Cultural Communication
FR/LING 3414 Sociolinguistique CHNS (Chinese language courses at any level)
FR/LING 3424 Phonetique et phonologie CS 4613 Programming Languages
FR/LING 3444 La créativité lexicale CS 5905 Topics in Theory of Computing
FR/LING 3454 Histoire de la langue française ED 3560 Introduction à la didactique du français langue seconde
FR/LING 3464 Syntaxe ED 3561 Introduction to Second Language Education
FR/LING 3484 Questions de psycholinguistique ED 4568 Le développement langagier en classe de langue seconde
FR/LING 3494 Mythes et réalités sur le langage ENGL 3003 Old English I
FR/LING 4414 Français canadien ENGL 3004 Old English II 
FR/LING 4444 Sémantique FR (French language courses at any level)
FR/LING 4464 Théorie linguistique FR 3044 Grammaire et stylistique
FR/LING 4465 Morphologie générative FR 3204 Stylistique comparée du français et de l'anglais
LING 3903 Independent Studies in Linguistics I GER (German language courses at any level)
LING 3904 Independent Studies in Linguistics II GRK (Ancient Greek language courses at any level)
MATH/LING 4903 Formal Languages JPNS (Japanese language courses at any level)
PHIL 2113 Introduction to Symbolic Language LAT (Latin language courses at any level)
PHIL 3144 Set Theory and Logic LING 3803 Independent Studies in Language I
PSYC 3213 Language Development LING 3804 Independent Studies in Language II 
PSYC 4215 Individuals with Disabilities PHIL 3083 Syntax and Semantics of Formal Systems
PSYC 2203 Foundations of Developmental Psychology
PSYC 3243 Cognitive Development 
PSYC 3623 Cognition
RUSS (Russian language courses at any level)
SPAN 3205 Advanced Translation
SPAN (Spanish language courses at any level)
SPAN 4204 Spanish Language of the Americas

 

Note: Language improvement courses may not be counted for Linguistics credit by native speakers. 
For more information contact Wladyslaw Cichocki, Director of Linguistics, Phone: 447-3236 Fax: 453-3565 Email: cicho@unb.ca