Applied Linguistics Minor

Mission

The mission of the Applied Linguistics minor is to equip Christian professionals in language-related fields to serve with integrity. Courses in Applied Linguistics help students to more effectively learn languages and address other language-related human problems in the United States and abroad, such as language teaching, literacy, social aspects of language use, and translation.

Minor Requirements

An Applied Linguistics minor requires 18 upper-division credits, including 12 credits of core courses and 6 credits of electives. Course work must be completed with a grade of "C" or higher as prescribed below.

Core Requirements
INAL 300/INCS 310/ENGL 351Introduction to Language and Linguistics3
INAL 301General Articulatory Phonetics3
INAL 403Introduction to Phonology3
INAL 405Introduction to Syntax3
Elective Requirements
Select 6 credits from the following:6
Introduction to Literacy
Introduction to Sociolinguistics
Field Methods in Linguistics
Introduction to Bible Translation
Any INAL course
Any INTE course
Total Credits18