B.A. in Linguistics

B.A. Linguistics Overview

The Bachelor of Arts in Linguistics includes a service-learning requirement, an enhanced language requirement (three years of instruction in a single language, which could be a modern, classical, indigenous, or sign language), and sufficient elective spots to allow students to use those electives to simultaneously earn a bachelor's in linguistics and an undergraduate certificate in TESOL, or a concentration in pre-speech pathology, or in computational linguistics if desired. Our internship classes will cap out these elective concentrations.

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B.A. Linguistics Requirements

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