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APPLIED LINGUISTICS PDF

Preparation for the Major:

Required: Linguistics 20; Applied Linguistics 10; ONE of the following: Anthropology 33 or Psychology 10; completion of the equivalent of the sixth term of one foreign language.

The Major:

Required: A minimum of 10 upper division courses, including: Linguistics 102, 119A, 119B (103, 120A, 120B can be taken in lieu of 102, 119A, 119B, respectively); two upper division electives in Linguistics (multiple-listed courses may not be applied).

The remaining five courses are electives outside of Linguistics, selected from: Applied Linguistics 101, 102W, CM128 (same as Slavic CM114), C153, C155, C157, M161W (same as Communication Studies M123W); no more than one from Applied Linguistics 121SL, M165SL, M172SL; Anthropology M140, 141, 146, 147, 149A-F (one course only), M162; Communication Studies 119, CM125, M144A; no more than one upper division course in a foreign language beyond the sixth term. Language structure courses, which include: Linguistics 114, M116, M176A, M176B, M177, M178; French 105; Portuguese 100A, 100B; Spanish 100A, 100B, 160; German 140; Arabic 180, 181; Armenian 110; Hebrew 180A, 180B; Iranian 131; Turkic 120A, can also be used as electives for the Applied Linguistics major.  

(Current course descriptions are listed in the UCLA General Catalog)

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LINGUISTICS AND SCANDINAVIAN LANGUAGES PDF

Preparation for the Major:

Required: Linguistics 20, Scandinavian 1, 2, 3, or 11, 12, 13, or 21, 22, 23, completion of equivalent of the third term of a second foreign language.

The Major:

Required: Eleven upper division courses as follows: Linguistics 103, 110, 120A, 120B, 165A or 165B (or 200A or 200B with a grade of A in 120A or 120B respectively and consent of instructor), one upper division elective in linguistics, three courses from Scandinavian 105A-C, or 106A-C, or 107A-C, 197 (in a topic related to Scandinavian linguistics, under the direction of a Scandinavian or Linguistics faculty member), and two upper division electives in Scandinavian.

 

(Current course descriptions are listed in UCLA's General Course Catalog.)


LINGUISTICS AND SPANISH PDF

Preparation for the Major:

Required: Linguistics 20, Spanish 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 25 or 27, M42, M44, completion of the equivalent of the third term of a second foreign language.

The Major:

Required: Twelve upper division courses as follows: Linguistics 103, 110, 120A, 120B, 165A or 165B, one additional upper division course in linguistics, Spanish 100A, 100B, 160 or M118A, 119, and two additional upper division Spanish courses.

 

(Current course descriptions are listed in UCLA's General Course Catalog.)

LINGUISTICS AND PSYCHOLOGY PDF

Preparation for the Major:

Required: Linguistics 20, Psychology 10, 85, 100A (formerly 41), 100B (formerly 42), completion of the equivalent of the sixth term of one foreign language and the third term of a second foreign language. Program in Computing 10A is strongly recommended.

The Major:

Required: Eleven upper division courses (six in linguistics and five in psychology) as follows: Linguistics 102 (or 103), 119A (or 120A), 119B (or 120B), two of 130, 132 and C135,and one upper division elective in linguistics (multiple-listed courses may not be applied). Linguistics 165A or 165B or whichever of 130, 132, or C135 has not been used to satisfy the previous requirement are strongly recommended. Also required are Psychology 120A, 121, 133B, and two electives to be selected from 115, 116, M117C, 118, M119L, 124A, 124B, 124C, 124E, 130, 133C, 133E, 133F, 186A, 186B.

 

(Current course descriptions are listed in UCLA's General Course Catalog.)