Department Chair: Jill de Villiers
Linguistics is the science of human language: what is common to the languages of the world, and how it can best be described. It addresses questions concerning how languages diversify, and what the connections are among them. It also asks: What do humans know when they know a language? The minor allows students to explore some of these questions, making it a useful conjunction to several majors, for example in a language, or philosophy, education, logic, psychology, computer science or anthropology.
Browse the Linguistics Collections:
Linguistics: Faculty Publications
Linguistics: Student Theses, Dissertations, and Projects