- Department of Linguistics
- Linguistics Programs
- Practicum Requirement
- BA In Linguistics
- BA in Applied Linguistics
BSc in Linguistics- Diploma in Applied Linguistics
- Certificate in Aboriginal Language Revitalization (CALR)
The BSc in Linguistics is a suitable preparation for post-graduate study in the Speech and Hearing Sciences and for advanced studies in Psycholinguistics and the Phonetic Sciences.
General and Minor programs leading to a BSc degree are not available.
Students intending to pursue a BSc Honours degree in Linguistics should ensure that they have completed LING 311 and 312 as part of the 15 units required for the Major degree. In addition to the requirements for the Major, Honours students must present LING 411, 412 and 499 for a total of 21 units of upper-level courses. The regulations regarding the required level of achievement and the class of Honours awarded are the same as those stated above for the BA in Linguistics.
Required Courses: First and Second Years
Required Courses: Third and Fourth Years
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