Electives in Other Departments

The following list of linguistics classes offered by other departments may be used to satisfy the elective requirement for majors and minors. Classes offered by departments other than Linguistics which are cross-listed with Linguistics classes are not listed here.

This list is necessarily fluid, updated annually or more frequently, as courses are dropped or added by various departments or as it is brought to the attention of the Linguistics Department faculty that the content of a course is not sufficiently language-related or duplicates an existing Linguistics Department course. Thus the following list of applicable courses differs from previous lists, particularly versions of this brochure published prior to Autumn 90. While you are only required to select courses from the list that was in effect at the time you declared your major, you also have the option of choosing courses from the most recent, updated list.

Classes that are not on this list may still be applicable to the elective requirement if the class focuses on linguistics or language structure. You are encouraged to bring classes that are potential candidates for this list to the attention of the undergraduate adviser.

Classes at the 500 and higher levels are intended for graduate students, but many instructors in 500-level classes allow undergraduates who have the appropriate preparation to enroll in them. You should check with the instructor before registering for any graduate class.

Like language classes, not all of the classes listed here are offered every year. Check with the department that offers the class to find out how often it is taught. Also, many of the classes listed in this section have prerequisites, which may or may not be applicable to the elective requirement.

If you are interested in a particular topic for which there is no course offering, consider enrolling in Undergraduate Research (LING 499) for 1-5 credits per quarter to pursue your interest. You would need to find a faculty member to supervise your independent study. Students who declared the major before Summer 2002 may have a different set of requirements.

Anthropology

ANTH 358 Culture and Cognition
ANTH 359 Linguistic Ethnography
ANTH 559 Seminar in Language and Culture

Asian Languages and Literature

ASIAN 404 Writing Systems
ASIAN 405 Advanced Problems in Asian Linguistics
ASIAN 503 Seminar in Asian Linguistics
ASIAN 518 Foreign Language Teaching Methodology

CHIN 342 The Chinese Language
CHIN 442 The Chinese Language
CHIN 443 Structure of Chinese
CHIN 531, 532, 533 Studies in Chinese Phonology
CHIN 540 Seminar on Chinese Linguistics
CHIN 541 Seminar in Chinese Grammar
CHIN 542 Chinese Historical Phonology
CHIN 544 Chinese Dialectology

HINDI 404 Derivational Morphology of Hindi/Urdu
HINDI 510 Structure of Hindi

JAPAN 342 The Japanese Language
JAPAN 343 Japanese Language in Society
JAPAN 405, 406 History of the Japanese Language
JAPAN 443 Topics in Japanese Sociolinguistics
JAPAN 540 Seminar on Japanese Linguistics

KOR 501, 502, 503 Seminar in Korean Linguistics

TIBETAN 541 Introduction to Tibetan Philology

Classics

CL LI 501 Comparative Phonology of Greek and Latin
CL LI 503 History of the Greek Language
CL LI 505 History of the Latin Language
CL LI 506 Italic Dialects

Education Curriculum & Instruction

EDC&I 453 Teaching the Bilingual-Bicultural Student
EDC&I 543 Seminar in Bilingual Education

English

ENGL 371 English Syntax
ENGL 372 Language Variation in Current English
ENGL 373 History of the English Language
ENGL 472 Language Learning
ENGL 478 Language and Social Policy
ENGL 479 Language Variation & Language Policy in North America
ENGL 560 The Nature of Language: History and Theory
ENGL 562 Discourse Analysis
ENGL 563 Comparative Grammars
ENGL 575 Pedagogy and Grammar in Teaching ESL
(You may apply either ENGL 371 or LING 445 to the elective requirement, but not both, due to the similarity in content of these courses.)

Germanics

GERM 452 History of the German Language
GERM 496 History of Germanic Philology
GERM 498 Studies in the German Language
GERM 518 Foreign Language Teaching Methodology
GERM 550 Gothic
GERM 551 Seminar in Germanic Philology and Linguistics
GERM 552 Old High German
GERM 555 Old Saxon
GERM 556 Middle High German
GERM 560 Modern Dialects

Near Eastern Languages and Civilization

NEAR E 518 Foreign Language Teaching Methodology

TKIC 546 Old Turkic
TKIC 547 Old Uighur
TKIC 561 Middle Turkic
TKIC 562 Middle Turkic

Philosophy

PHIL 120 Introduction to Logic
PHIL 353 Introduction to the Philosophy of Language
PHIL 464 Philosophical Issues in the Cognitive Sciences
PHIL 470 Intermediate Logic
PHIL 471 Advanced Logic
PHIL 472 Axiomatic Set Theory
PHIL 474 Modal Logic

Psychology

PSYCH 306 Developmental Psychology
PSYCH 355 Cognitive Psychology
PSYCH 402 Infant Behavior & Development
PSYCH 414 Cognitive Development
PSYCH 416 Animal Communication
PSYCH 460 Cognitive Neuroscience

Romance Languages and Literature

(Romance Linguistics courses are now administered by the Linguistics Department.) One exception taught in the Romance Department is:
FRENCH 404 Old French

Scandinavian Languages and Literature

SCAND 460 History of the Scandinavian Languages
SCAND 500 Introductory Readings in Old Icelandic
SCAND 501 Old Icelandic Language and Literature
SCAND 518 Foreign Language Teaching Methodology

Slavic Languages and Literatures

RUSS 351 Intermediate Russian Phonetics
RUSS 352 Intermediate Russian Morphology
RUSS 451 Structure of Russian
RUSS 452 Structure of Russian
SLAV 351 History of the Slavic Languages
SLAV 425 Ways of Meaning: Universal and Culture Specific Aspects of Language
SLAV 426 Ways of Feeling: Expressions of Emotions across Languages and Cultures
SLAV 470 Special Topic in Slavic Linguistics
SLAV 518 Foreign Language Teaching Methodology
SLAV 519 Slavic Language Pedagogy
SLAV 550 Synchronic Slavic Linguistics
SLAV 551 The Introduction to the Study of Slavic languages
SLAV 560 Diachronic Slavic Linguistics
SLAV 561 History of the East Slavic Languages
SLAV 562 History of the West Slavic Languages
SLAV 563 History of the South Slavic Languages
SLAV 565 Old Church Slavic
SLAV 570 Special Topics in Slavic Linguistics

Speech and Hearing Sciences

NOTE: Linguistics majors may apply either SPHSC 300 or SPHSC 250 but not both to the elective requirement.

SPHSC 250 Human Communication and its Disorders
SPHSC 261 The Nature of Sound
SPHSC 300 Introduction to the Science of Learning: From Biology to Behavior
SPHSC 302 Phonetics
SPHSC 304 Developmental Aspects of Communication
SPHSC 305 Speech and Language Disorders
SPHSC 308 Social-Cultural Aspects of Communication
SPHSC 320 Anatomy and Physiology of Speech
SPHSC 405 Diagnosis of Speech & Language Disorders
SPHSC 411 Perceptual Development
SPHSC 425 Speech, Language, and the Brain
SPHSC 445 Models of Speech Processing
SPHSC 461 Introduction to Hearing Science
SPHSC 462 Hearing Development
SPHSC 501 Neural Bases of Speech, Language and Hearing
SPHSC 502 Advanced Anatomy of Speech and Hearing Structures
SPHSC 510 Physiological Acoustics
SPHSC 511 Psychoacoustics
SPHSC 514 Speech Physiology
SPHSC 515 Speech Acoustics
SPHSC 516 Speech Perception
SPHSC 525 Speech Signal Processing
SPHSC 532 Assessment and Treatment of Adult Neurogenic Communication Disorders
SPHSC 560 Studies in Speech Science and Disorders
SPHSC 562 Studies in Language Science and Disorders