Subject: Administered by the Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures.
Plan: Consists of 60.00 units as described below.
Program: The Plan, alone, or in combination with a Minor in another subject, and with sufficient electives to total 120.00 units (114.00 units for students admitted prior to September 2017), will lead to a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Degree.
Requirements for this program have been modified. Please consult the 2021-2022 Calendar for the previous requirements.
|A. Complete the following:|
|LING 100||Introduction to Linguistics||6.00|
|B. Complete the following:|
|LING 202||Canadian English||3.00|
|C. Complete the following:|
|D. Complete the following:|
|E. Complete the following:|
|A. Complete 3.00 units from the following:||3.00|
LING at the 300-level or above
|B. Complete 12.00 units from the following course list:||12.00|
|C. Complete 9.00 units from the following:||9.00|
|Linguistic Diversity and Identity|
|Semiotics: Interpreting the World|
|Introduction to Romance Philology|
|D. Complete 12.00 units from the following:||12.00|
3. Additional Requirements
A. Students should note that many of the LING_Maj_Option courses, particularly in CISC, FREN, PHIL, PSYC, SOCY require prerequisites.
B. Course prerequisites for Option Courses should be taken early in the program (i.e. first and second year).
C. A maximum of 6.00 units from courses offered by other Faculties and Schools may be counted toward the program and/or Plan requirements. This includes courses in BMED, COMM, GLPH, LAW, NURS and courses in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science.
Linguistics Course Lists
The following lists contain courses offered through other Departments. In accordance with Academic Regulation 2.5 (Access to Classes), students do not have enrolment priority in all of these courses. Access to these courses may only be made available during the Open Enrolment period, and then only if space permits.
|Courses must develop competence in at least one of the following skills: reading, writing, or speaking and listening in a language other than English.|
|LLCU 101||Beginning Indigenous Language and Culture I||3.00|
|LLCU 102||Beginning Indigenous Language and Culture II||3.00|
|PORT 103||Beginning Portuguese and Culture l||3.00|
|PORT 104||Beginning Portuguese and Culture ll||3.00|
|*Excluding GREK 430.|
|Options in the Linguistics Major Plan|
|CISC 223||Software Specifications||3.00|
|CISC 360||Programming Paradigms||3.00|
|CISC 465||Semantics of Programming Languages||3.00|
|COGS 201||Cognition and Computation||3.00|
|COGS 300||Programming Cognitive Models||3.00|
|ENGL 206||History of English Language||3.00|
|FREN 363||Histoire de la langue française||3.00|
|FRST 105||Reading French||3.00|
|LLCU 110||Linguistic Diversity and Identity||3.00|
|LLCU 200||Semiotics: Interpreting the World||3.00|
|LLCU 201||Introduction to Romance Philology||3.00|
|PHIL 260||Introduction to Logic||3.00|
|PHIL 359||Philosophy of Language||3.00|
|PHIL 362||Further Studies in Logic||3.00|
|PHIL 459||Current Issues in the Philosophy of Language||3.00|
|PSYC 221||Cognitive Psychology||3.00|
|PSYC 251||Developmental Psychology||3.00|
|PSYC 271||Brain and Behaviour I||3.00|
|PSYC 305||Introduction to Comparative Cognition||3.00|
|PSYC 352||Cognitive and Language Development||3.00|
|PSYC 353||Atypical Development||3.00|
|PSYC 370||Brain and Behaviour II||3.00|
|PSYC 452||Developmental Psycholinguistic||3.00|
|PSYC 485||Special Topics in Psychology II||3.00|