Undergraduate Embedded Certificate in Linguistics
The School of Modern Languages offers a separate Certificate in Linguistics, which consists of 12 credit hours.
For questions or further information about the Certificate in Linguistics, please contact the Linguistics advisor.
Program of Study
- All courses towards the Certificate must be taken for a letter grade, with a grade of C or better.
- At most two Special Topics courses (in any department) can count towards the Certificate.
- At least 9 of the 12 credits (3 courses) must be 3000-level or above.
|LING 2100||Introduction to Linguistics||3|
|Three (3) electives 1||9|
|Total Credit Hours||12|
Electives may be chosen from:
- Any LING course
- Any foreign-language Modern Languages course (3000-level or above) substantially involving linguistics (for example, German/Japanese Applied Linguistics; French Phonetics; Spanish Sociolinguistics; Kaleidoscope of Chinese Languages; etc), with approval of the Program Coordinator. (Please note that some 3000-level foreign-language courses may require a placement test.)
- Any (at most one) Psychology course substantially involving language (for example, Human Language Processing; Introduction to Cognitive Science, etc) with approval of the Program Coordinator.
- Any (at most one) Computer Science course substantially involving language (for example, Natural Language Processing; Natural Language Understanding; etc) with approval of the Program Coordinator. (Please note that Computer Science courses may have pre-requisites.)
- Any (at most one) LING course taught at Emory, Georgia State, or any other accredited university, with approval of the Program Coordinator.