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Undergraduate Bulletin 2010-2011 
Undergraduate Bulletin 2010-2011 [Archived Catalog]

Linguistics Minor

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Program: Minor
Department of English and Linguistics
College of Arts and Sciences

Liberal Arts Building 145 ~ 260-481-6841 ~

Linguistics is the study of the characteristics of language. Accordingly, linguistics courses are valuable preparation for the study of such subjects as anthropology, communication, education, English, international languages, psychology, sociology, and speech and audiology.

This program is available to all IPFW students except those pursuing the language, teacher-certification, or communication media concentration with a major in English.

To earn a minor in linguistics, you must complete the following 15 credits, including at least 8 credits earned as resident credit at IPFW, with a grade of C or better in each course:

Program Requirements

  • Any LING course numbered 300 or above except LING L303 Credits: 3

One of the following Credits: 3

Or, one course in the structure or linguistics of an international language.

One of the following Credits: 3

Or one course above the 200 level in linguistics or a related discipline approved by the department.

Total Credits: 15

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