Certificate in Linguistics
Undergraduates who successfully complete eight of the linguistic courses (below) (24 credits) and have a minimum cumulative average of 2.50 in the courses may receive a Certificate in Linguistics at the time of their graduation.
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|LING 111||Introduction to Language and Linguistics I *||3|
|LING 112||Introduction to Language and Linguistics II||3||
|ENGL 201||Structure of Modern English||3|
|TK 204||Structure of Modern Turkish||3|
|LING 300||Morphology *||3|
|LING 301||Phonology *||3|
|LING 302||Syntax *||3|
|LING 321||English-Turkish Contrastive Analysis||3|
|LING 408||Language and Gender||3|
|LING 453||Introduction to Discourse Analysis||3|
|LING 461||Brain & Language||3|
|LING 483||SP.TP. Narrative Analysis||3|
|LING 488||Special Topics in Sign Language Linguistics||3|
|LING 48C||SP.TP. Phonology, Morphology, and the Lexicon||3|
|LING 490||SP.TP. Issues in Turkish Linguistics||3|
|LING 495||SP.TP. Conversation Analysis||3|
|LING 496||SP.TP. Language and Identity||3|
|LING 497||SP.TP. Brain and Language||3|
|Total: 8 courses, 24 credits|
|Certificate Advisor: Markus Pöchtrager email@example.com|
|* Those marked with an asterisk are obligatory courses.