Applied Linguistics Minor

As of Fall 2019, this minor is in teach out phase, no new students will be admitted.


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.

Curriculum 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.

Program Courses
INAL 300/INCS 310/ENGL 351Introduction to Language and Linguistics3
INAL 301General Articulatory Phonetics3
INAL 403Introduction to Phonology3
INAL 405Introduction to Syntax3
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