About the Department

The Department of Linguistics offers a four-year program leading to a degree in Bachelor of Arts, a two-year program leading to a degree in Master of Arts, and a four-year program leading to a PhD in Linguistics. The BA Program in Linguistics offers the tools for understanding the structure of natural languages and explores the foundations of linguistic theory. To this end, the first year of the program introduces the student to the basic conceptual notions of general linguistics, followed up in the second year by core courses in theoretical linguistics which form the basis of linguistic analysis.

Linguistics Summer Courses

The Department of Linguistics will offer the following courses in the summer term of 2018.

  • INTRODUCTION TO LANGUAGE & LINGUISTICS I (LING 101, 3 credits) 
  • PHONOLOGY&MORPHOLOGY OF MODERN TURKISH (LING 313, 3 credits) 
  • SYNTAX&SEMANTICS OF MODERN TURKISH (LING 314, 3 credits) 
  • HISTORICAL LINGUISTICS (LING 324, 3 credits)