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Course Overview

This course will introduce students to the profession of linguistics, its history and subfields, as well as the research specializations of department faculty. Students will also receive general training in a variety of skills relevant to graduate studies in linguistics, such as technical writing, using library resources to locate literature, using computer and editing techniques needed for carrying out sign linguistics projects, and applying for research grants and IRB approval for student research projects.

Credits: 1
Distribution: Doctorate, Graduate, Masters
Co-requisites: first semester Linguistics MA courses or permission of instructor.

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Admissions Requirements

Hearing Undergraduate