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|ENG 338 - Linguistic Analysis|
Prerequisite: 60 credits minimum
Linguistics is the study of the human language faculty. It requires the investigation of a highly structured system of knowledge within the mind of the speaker (a mental grammar), which is examined empirically and modeled formally. This class will focus heavily on the hands-on analysis of language data. Students will gain linguistic problem-solving skills and the foundations necessary for pursuing grammatical description. Students learn IPA transcription symbols and practice analyzing phonological data based on the languages of the world. Students will gain practical experience in solving problems in morphology and syntax, using data drawn from a wide variety of languages. Students taking this course for the Liberal Studies Major are strongly encouraged to take it concurrently with Core 1 or Core 2 of the Education program.
3.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours
Schedule Types: Lecture
English Language Studies
Prerequisite ENG 338
Required Credits: 60.000
May not be taken concurrently.
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