Where to begin?
First-year students should take Anthropology 1027A/B (Introduction to Linguistics) followed by Linguistics 1028B (Linguistics: Applications and Extensions) in order to be eligible for admission to either of the Linguistics modules. For students interested in Linguistics courses as engaging electives, Linguistics 1028A/B is not a prerequisite but is strongly recommended.
Students are also encouraged to register for a French and/or Spanish language course and to continue to at least French 1900E/1910 or Spanish 2200 level. This will enable you to take advantage of upper-year linguistics offerings taught in French and/or Spanish. Modules in French Language and Linguistics, as well as Spanish Language and Linguistics, can be combined with the Major or Minor in Linguistics.
Students who have not taken Anthropology 1027A/B (Introduction to Linguistics) in their first year should take Linguistics 2288A/B (Introductory General Linguistics) as well as Linguistics 1028B.