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Bachelor of Arts with Linguistics as a subject major

There are three structured options you may consider for your BA. These are BA in Linguistics, BA in English and Linguistics, and BA in Language and Linguistics. The minimum requirements for these options are presented below. Students are encouraged to consult with departmental course advisors before enrolling for any of these majors. For Linguistics, please contact the Linguistics Programme coordinator; for languages including English, contact the department concerned.

Linguistics Major

100-level: LING 111; and one LING 100-level paper, or MFCO 103, or any 100-level language paper in one of the approved languages listed below. Note: The approved languages are Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Japanese, Latin, Māori (MAOR110, 111, 112), Spanish, or Sanskrit
200-level: Any three LING 200-level papers
300-level: Any four LING 300-level papers

English and Linguistics Major

100-level: Any 100-level ENGL paper (excluding ENGL 126), LING 111
200-level: Any two 200-level ENGL papers, and any 200-level LING papers (excluding LING 231)
300-level: Any two 300-level ENGL papers, and two 300-level LING papers

Language and Linguistics Major

100-level: LING 111, any other LING 100-level paper, and two papers in one language from the approved languages, namely Chinese, French, German, Greek, Japanese, Latin, Māori, Spanish, or Sanskrit
200-level: Two LING 200-level papers (excluding LING 231), and two papers in the language continued from 100-level
300-level: Two 300-level LING papers, and two 300-level papers in the language continued from 200-level