A Medial Concentration leading to a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) consists of 7 full courses in each of two concentrations, one of which must be in the humanities, social sciences or languages. One or two supporting courses may also be required. A total of 19.0 credits is required for the B.A.H.
The Medial Concentration in Linguistics (MED LING) consists of 7.0 credits which are divided into two groups: (1) 3.5 core credits in Linguistics, (2) 3.5 option credits in Linguistics and related disciplines.
YEAR 1 LING 100.
YEAR 2 LING 310* and LING 320* (or LING 330* and LING 340*).
YEAR 3 LING 330* and LING 340* (or LING 310* and LING 320*).
YEAR 4 LING 415*.
Select 2.5 credits in Linguistics and 1.0 credit in Linguistics or other disciplines from the courses listed below. The 2.5 Linguistics credits must include 1.0 credit at 400 level or above, and 1.0 credit at 300 level or above.
LING 202*, LING 205*, LING 350* (or LING 405*), LING 360*, LING 425*, LING 435*, LING 501*, LING 505.
FREN 353*, FREN 363*, FREN 373*, FREN 393*, FREN 433*, FREN 463*, FREN 473*, FREN 493*, FREN 503*.
PREREQUISITE: In order to satisfy prerequisite requirements for upper-year FREN courses, students must complete FREN 110 (or FREN 100 with a minimum grade of 75 per cent) in first year and FREN 215 (or FREN 353* and FREN 373*) in second year, or obtain permission from the Linguistics Coordinator.
IDIS 200, IDIS 201.
PHIL 260*, PHIL 359*, PHIL 459*.
PREREQUISITE In order to satisfy prerequisite requirements for upper-year PHIL courses students must complete 1.0 100-level credit in PHIL in first year and 1.0 200-level credit in PHIL in second year. (PHIL 260* would satisfy half of this requirement.)
PSYC 321*, PSYC 452*.
PREREQUISITE In order to satisfy prerequisite requirements for PSYC 321*, students must complete PSYC 100. In order to satisfy the prerequisites for PSYC 452* students must complete PSYC 100 and have third-year standing in Linguistics.
NOTE Students should be aware that PSYC 321* has limited enrolment and that priority will be given to students doing a major or medial concentration in PSYC.