Linguistics Minor

Program Description

The linguistics minor at Weber State University is an interdisciplinary program for the scientific study of human language(s) which complements coursework in a range of majors given below. .

Program Requirements

  • 21 hours: 18 hours of coursework and a 3-hour capstone course
  • breadth requirement of coursework in three areas: Foundations, Language Structures, Applications and Subdisciplines
  • capstone course: LING 4830 or Directed Reading LING 4990 Centering Experience

Participating Colleges and Departments

  • Arts and Humanites  Communication, English, Foreign Languages
  • Social and Behavioral Sciences    Anthropology, Philosophy, Psychology
  • Education English as a Second Language (Teacher Education)
  • Applied Science and Technology    Computer Science

For further information, contact Dr. Mark LeTourneau, coordinator for the linguistics minor, at mletourneau@weber.edu or 801.626.6386 or visit his office in Elizabeth Hall 243