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University of Calgary Calendar 2022-2023 Faculty of Arts 4. Program Details 4.35 Languages, Linguistics, Literatures and Cultures 4.35.24 BA in Linguistics and Language
4.35.24 BA in Linguistics and Language

A. FACULTY OF ARTS REQUIREMENTS

Students must adhere to the applicable Faculty of Arts requirements in 3.3.1 Major Degree Programs.

B. MAJOR-FIELD REQUIREMENTS

  1. Linguistics Requirements: Students must successfully complete a minimum of 24 units to a maximum of 30 units in Linguistics while fulfilling the following requirements:

    1. 15 units Linguistics 201, 301, 303, 341, 353.
    2. 3 units from: Linguistics 319, 407 and 455.
    3. An additional 6 units in Linguistics.
    4. At least 6 units, inclusive of the courses used to fulfill requirements (a)-(c) above, must be at the 400 level or above.

  2. Language Requirements: Students must successfully complete a minimum of 24 units to a maximum of 30 units in accordance with the requirements for one of the following language options:

    Arabic Option: A minimum of 24 units from courses labelled Arabic Languages and Muslim Cultures, including Arabic Language and Muslim Cultures 334, and at least an additional 6 units at the 400 level.

French Option: A minimum of 24 units from courses labelled, including French 329, and at least an additional 6 units at the 400 and/or 500 level, of which 3 units must be in literature from Courses Constituting the Field of French. French 489.01 is strongly recommended when available.

Spanish Option: A minimum of 24 units from courses labelled Spanish, including Spanish 405, and at least an additional 6 units at the 400 and/or 500 level, of which 3 units must be in literature from Courses Constituting the Field of Spanish. Spanish 475 is strongly recommended when available.

Italian Option: A minimum of 24 units from courses labelled Italian including at least 6 units at the 400 and/or 500 level.

German Option: A minimum of 24 units from courses labelled German, including German 413 and 415, and at least an additional 3 units at the 400 or 500 level.

Russian Option: A minimum of 24 units from courses labelled Russian, including Russian 332 and 334, and at least 6 units at the 400 and/or 500 level.

Japanese Option: A minimum of 24 units from courses labelled Japanese, including Japanese 333, and at least 6 units at the 400 and/or 500 level.

Chinese Option: A minimum of 24 units from courses labelled Chinese, including Chinese 333, and at least 6 units at the 400 and/or 500 level.

Ancient and Classical Languages Option: From the courses listed below in a maximum of two languages, students must successfully complete a minimum of 24 units to a maximum of 30 units, including a minimum of 3 units at the 400 or 500 level:

*Applicable only when the content of the course is appropriate with approval of the Linguistics Undergraduate Advisor.

C. DEGREE OPTIONS

The BA in Linguistics and Language can be taken with Co-operative Education. See section 3.3.8 Co-operative Education Programs for information and requirements.

Notes:

  • Students choosing the French option and beginning in French 213 should be aware that 30 units will normally be required to complete the French option requirements.
  • Romance Studies 399 may be used to satisfy part of this requirement in lieu of a language course in the French, Spanish or Italian options.