Undergraduate Linguistics MINOR
To declare a minor in Linguistics, please go to mymajor.sas.rutgers.edu.
To be accepted as a Minor you must pass 615:201 Introduction to Linguistic Theory with a grade of C or better.
A MINOR in Linguistics consists of 7 courses of 3 credits each for a total of 21 credits.
The distribution of these courses falls into four main categories, as specified below.
A grade of C or better must be earned in all course work that is to be applied to the minor.
Requirement R1: Introduction
(A) 201 Introduction to Linguistic Theory
)This course is required for Linguistics Majors and Minors.
It is a prerequisite for all courses in (B) and many (but not all) in (C) and (D): it must be taken before them.
Requirement R2: Theoretical Subfields
(B) Any 3 of the following courses (9 credits total)
Courses in this list not used for (B) may be counted towards (C)!
Requirement R3: Linguistics Electives (4 courses from two groups: (C) and (D))
(C) 2 courses from (B) or (C) (6 credits total)
Two ways to fulfill:-Up to 2 courses from (B) that have not already been used for (B)
-Up to 2 courses from the list in (C) on the Major page
(D) 2 courses from (C) or (D) (6 credits total)
Two ways to fulfill:
-Up to 2 courses from the list in (C) on the Major page that have not already been used for (C)
-Up to 2 courses from list in (D) on the Major page, including courses from the list of Approved Outside Courses