Minor

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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  (3 credits)
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 2 of the following courses (6 credits total)
Courses in this list not used for (B) may be counted towards (C)!
305      Syntax
315      Phonology
325      Semantics or
350      Pragmatics 
ONE of 325 or 350, NOT BOTH; second course may be applied to (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