LING7005

Graduate Student Seminar
Credit Hours:
3. Repeatable for maximum 45 credit hours.

Advanced supervised experience in an applied setting. This course may not be used to satisfy a student's approved program of study.

Level:

LING7000

Master's Research
Credit Hours:
3-9. Repeatable for maximum of 30 credit hours.

Research while enrolled for a master's degree under the direction of faculty members.

Level:

SPAN(LING)6950

Spanish Semantics and Pragmatics
Credit Hours:
3

Semantic and pragmatic approaches to the study of meaning in Spanish. Differences between sentence meaning and speaker meaning. Analysis of types of discourse in Spanish such as narrative and free conversation. Given in Spanish.

Level:

FREN(LING)6910

History of the French Language in its Social and Literary Context
Credit Hours:
3

The major changes in the history of the French language, with special attention to the interaction of linguistic and societal changes and to the representation of these changes in literary texts. Given in French.

Level:

SPAN(LING)6850

Spanish Applied Linguistics
Credit Hours:
3

Phonetic and morpho-syntactic structures that are problematic for the English-speaking student of Spanish. Ways in which culture is encoded in language. Implications of Spanish linguistics for the teaching and learning of Spanish and the linguistic education of language teachers. Given in Spanish.

Level:

SPAN(LING)6750

Spanish Syntax and Morphology
Credit Hours:
3

Grammar and language usage in the study of the syntactic and morphological structures of Spanish. The syntax and morphology of the pronoun and verb systems, agreement phenomena, gerunds, comparisons, and modal and aspectual distinctions. Written self-expression on a variety of issues as practical application of grammatical structures discussed in class. Given in Spanish.

Level:

FREN(LING)6700

Applied French Linguistics
Credit Hours:
3

Phonology of French as it determines the underlying forms of morphology with an application to the teaching of French to non-native speakers. Emphasis on the concepts of variation, acceptability, and cultural sensitivity. Given in French.

Level:

SPAN(LING)6650

Spanish Phonetics and Phonology
Credit Hours:
3

The Spanish sound system using core concepts of linguistics in general and phonology in particular. Characterization and transcription of spoken Spanish. Analysis of important phenomena of language variation in the Hispanic world, including national, geographical, historical, and social dialects. Given in Spanish.

Level:

FREN(LING)6630

The French Sound System in a Social Context
Credit Hours:
3

French phonetics: the sounds of French as they relate to levels of language from the vernacular to literature. An examination of how sounds vary with relation to region and social class. Practice in class and in the language laboratory. Given in French.

Level:

GRMN(LING)6600

History of the German Language
Credit Hours:
3

The origins of modern standard German from the Indo-European parent language through proto-Germanic, Old and Middle High German, and the early modern period.

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