OverviewThe Department of Linguistics offers B.A. programmes in linguistics, as well as combined programmes with languages other than English and with Philosophy, as shown in the Programmes of Study.
In addition to the undergraduate curriculum within the Department of Linguistics, there are courses relating to linguistics offered in other departments, such as the language departments, Anthropology, Computer Science, Mathematics, Philosophy, and Psychology, and in the Cognitive Science and Artificial Intelligence programme.
Woodsworth College students should note that most of the summer and evening courses available to them are offered on a rotating basis only. Consequently, students wishing to take such courses should enroll in them at the earliest opportunity after completing the necessary prerequisites.
Students seeking counselling and information regarding the undergraduate programme should contact the Undergraduate Coordinator, Prof. Naomi Nagy (Sidney Smith Hall, Room 4070;
The Grading Policy for the Department of Linguistics can be found here.
Learn more: What is linguistics? Why major in linguistics?