A Field Methods class for linguistics

Courses in the Institute of Linguistics cover a variety of topics, ranging from introductory-level courses in the core areas of linguistics (syntax, phonology, and semantics) to advanced seminars in these areas and other specialized topics. Several of our courses also fulfill the University's liberal education and/or writing intensive requirements. In addition to providing the basis for specialization in one or more of these traditional areas, this core coursework emphasizes the conception of linguistics as a branch of cognitive science and serves as a basis for investigation of topics such as language processing, language acquisition, and neurolinguistics.

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