01 English Linguistics
This Micro-major Program accommodates the needs of students majoring in other languages within the College of Liberal Arts for linguistics, and allows students of various majors such as psychology, child and family studies, sociology, medicine, computer science and engineering to converge their fields with linguistics. Linguistics Micro-major Program aims to provide a foundation for a general understanding of linguistics and its applied fields such as language development, language psychology, language therapy, discourse analysis in various situations, artificial intelligence development and speech recognition.
Required Courses- Example
|Credit||Course Code||Course Title|
|ME||3||ELL2101||INTRODUCTION TO ENGLISH LINGUISTICS|
|ME||3||ELL3307||HISTORY OF ENGLISH|
|ME||3||ELL3309||USE OF ENGLISH AND SOCIETY|
|ME||3||ELL3302||DISCOURSE ANALYSIS IN ENGLISH|
|ME||3||ELL3915||CONVERSATION ANALYSIS: THE BASICS|
|ME||3||ELL3917||ENGLISH COMPUTATIONAL LINGUISTICS|
|ME||3||ELL3923||INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLINGUISTICS|
|ME||3||ELL4909||CONVERSATION ANALYSIS AND INSTITUTIONAL INTERACTION|
PSYCHOLINGUISTIC APPROACHES TO SECOND LANGUAGE ACQUISITION
- Complete more than 12 credits including minimum 3 credits from the required course list.
- For the latest version of the required course list, please refer to the latest syllabus.