Linguistics is an interdisciplinary program that explores the structure of language, its change and development, language functioning in the lives of individuals, groups and societies. Linguistics finds applications in speech and language pathology, cultural studies, communication, and education.
Frequency of Course Offerings:
Not all courses listed in the Course & Program Catalogue are offered every year. Careful planning in consultation with the Program Chair will eliminate problems.
The major average in Linguistics programs includes the grades earned in:
- All LING and all courses listed in the Major Requirement B4.
Residency Requirements in the Major
To receive a degree in Linguistics, students must complete at least two-thirds of the following coursework (to the nearest highest multiple of 3 credit units) from the University of Saskatchewan.
- LING 111 and LING 112
- Minimum requirements in Major Requirement B4.
See Residency for additional details.
- Bachelor of Arts Honours (B.A. Honours) - Linguistics
- Bachelor of Arts Four-year (B.A. Four-year) - Linguistics - General and Applied Linguistics Stream
- Bachelor of Arts Four-year (B.A. Four-year) - Linguistics - Language and Speech Sciences Stream
- Bachelor of Arts Three-year (B.A. Three-year) - Linguistics