Minimum Total Credit Hours: 15
Minimum Upper-Division Hours: 9
Program Code: N655
- The requirements for a minor must be completed concurrently with the major degree requirements.
- No minor may be added by completing courses after receiving the bachelor’s degree.
At least six (6) credit hours must be earned in courses acceptable for residence credit by standards set forth by the College of Arts and Sciences, excluding transfer, correspondence, and examination (AP, CLEP, Advanced Standing) credit. Courses for the minor may not be taken Pass/ No Pass.
Students must successfully complete at least 15 hours of courses acceptable for major credit in Linguistics, including at least nine (9) hours at the upper-division level.
No single course may be used by a student to satisfy a major requirement and a minor requirement. A course may be used, however, to satisfy both a major support requirement and a minor requirement.
Requests to substitute a minor requirement must be approved in writing by the Linguistics program in the Department of Modern Languages, Literature, & Linguistics.
|LING 2303||General Linguistics||3|
|LING 3033||Phonetic Description||3|
|Choose three courses from the Linguistics Electives course list||9|
|Total Credit Hours||15|
- Minors in the College of Arts & Sciences are available to all undergraduate students at OU. If the minor is officially declared, successfully completed, and noted on the graduation application, the student’s transcript will so indicate at the time the bachelor’s degree is posted.
- Approved May 2009
Choose three of the following, for which the student has met prerequisites:
|ANTH 3063||Language and Culture||3|
|ANTH 4063||Language Contact, Loss, and Revitalization||3|
|ENGL 4133||History Of the English Language||3|
|LING 3043||Linguistic Semantics||3|
|LING 3133||Phonetic Field Methods||3|
|LING 4023||Second Language Acquisition Theory||3|
|LING 4313||Techniques of Historical Linguistics||3|
|LING 4330||Topics in Linguistics||3|
|LING 4363||Linguistic Field Methods||3|
|PHIL 4533||Philosophy of Language||3|
|PHIL 4543||Philosophy of Mind||3|