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Linguistics - LINGA13402

Plan Summary

 
Faculty: ARTSC - Faculty of Arts&Social Science
 
  
   
 
Program: 3402 - Media and Communications
 
 
Award(s):
 
 
Bachelor of Arts (Media and Communications) (Major)
 
  

Plan Outline

This plan only applies to students who commenced their degree program before 2009.

This plan offers students a major stream in Linguistics.

Plan Structure

For a major stream in Linguistics, students are required to complete 42 units of credit in Linguistics courses, including 12 units of credit at Level 1 and 30 units of credit at Upper Level, including at least 12 units of credit at 3000 level.

Students may count up to 6 units of credit in approved Upper Level courses taught outside Linguistics towards a Linguistics major stream. For information on such courses, students should consult the Linguistics staff.

Level 1 Courses

Upper Level Courses

Honours

Honours level study is available in Linguistics. Students interested in Honours should refer to the Honours plan record for entry requirements.


Please consult the School Website for more detailed information about the requirements for entry to the Honours Program.

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