Where does language come from? How does language work? What is the nature of language structure and how is meaning encoded into language? Advances in research and new technologies are revolutionizing the way we try to answer these questions. Using the latest equipment and investigative approaches, our research laboratories make it possible for you to analyze spoken sounds, track eye movement and brain activity during language processing, explore language variation and acquisition, and probe dozens of other theoretical and empirical aspects of language including unfamiliar languages.
These programs can serve as an entry point for a master's degree in either speech-language pathology or audiology, as well as for subsequent graduate study in theoretical and empirical linguistics.
This program is offered in English and in French.
The table below includes only discipline-specific courses. Please refer to the Academic Regulations for information on including a minor to your degree.
Requirements for this program have been modified. Please consult the 2019-2020 calendars for the previous requirements.
|LIN 1315||Introduction to Linguistics||3 Units|
|LIN 2310||Introduction to Syntax||3 Units|
|LIN 2320||Introduction to Phonology||3 Units|
|15 optional course units in linguistics (LIN)||15 Units|
|6 optional course units in linguistics (LIN) at the 3000 or 4000 level||6 Units|