Upcoming LING Electives Offered by Other Departments

Contact Info:
Alli Germain
UW Linguistics Department
lingadv@uw.edu
GUG 414D
206-685-4846


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The list below only includes upcoming linguistics electives which are offered in OTHER departments. For more information, see "The Elective Requirement" on the Linguistics Major page.

Please note also that the following classes do NOT, under any circumstances, count toward elective credits as they are considered equivalent to introductory Linguistics courses: ASIAN 401, ENGL 370, FRENCH 323, GERMAN 451, JAPAN 440, NEAR E 431, SPAN 323, SPHSC 303

If you do not see a course listed here and believe it might count as a Linguistics Elective, please email the Linguistics Adviser at lingadv@uw.edu.

Classes numbered 500 or higher are intended for graduate students, but some instructors for 500-level classes allow undergraduates who have the appropriate preparation to enroll in them. You should check with the instructor before registering for any graduate class.


Spring 2016

JAPAN 443: Topics in Japanese Sociolinguistics (5)
EDC&I 453: Teaching the Bilingual-Bicultural Student (3)
ENGL 478: Language and Social Policy (5)
PHIL 120: Introduction to Logic (5)
PHIL 453: The Philosophy of Language [Cross-listed with LING 476] (5)
PHIL 471: Advanced Logic (5)
PSYCH 306: Developmental Psychology (5)
PSYCH 355: Cognitive Psychology (5)
PSYCH 402: Infant Behavior and Development (5)
SCAND 342: Typological and Historical Perspectives on Finnish Language (5)
SPLING 402: Spanish Phonology (5)
SLAVIC 351: History of the Slavic Languages (5)
SLAVIC 370: What is in a Language Name? The Case of Bosnian, Croatian, Montenegrin, and Serbian (5)
SLAVIC 470: Special Topic in Slavic Linguistics (5)
SPHSC 304: Developmental Aspects of Communication (5)
SPHSC 320: Anatomy and Physiology of Speech (5)
SPHSC 461: Introduction to Hearing Science (5)

ASL Electives
AES 340: Race, Ethnicity, and Education (5)
ANTH 464: Language Politics and Cultural Identity [Cross-listed with LING 464] (3)
COM 374: Perspectives on Language (5)
LING 432: Sociolinguistics I [Cross-listed with ANTH 432] (5)


Winter 2016

ASIAN 404: Writing Systems (5)
JAPAN 342: The Japanese Language (5)
JAPAN 441: The Acquisition of Japanese as a Second or Foreign Language (5)
ENGL 479: Language Variation and Language Policy in North America (5)
GERMAN 452: History of the German Language (5)
GERMAN 498: Studies in the German Language (5)
NEAR E 432: Arabic Sociolinguistics (5)
PHIL 120: Introduction to Logic (5)
PHIL 464: Philosophical Issues in the Cognitive Sciences (5)
PSYCH 306: Developmental Psychology (5)
PSYCH 355: Cognitive Psychology (5)
PSYCH 416: Animal Communication (5)
SPLING 404: Dialects of World Spanish (5)
SPLING 406: Advanced Spanish Grammar (5)
RUSS 451: The Structure of Russian (5)
SLAVIC 550: Synchronic Slavic Linguistics (5) [Grad Course - Instructor Permission Required]
SLAVIC 426: Ways of Feeling (5)
SPHSC 261: The Nature of Sound (4)
SPHSC 302: Phonetics (3)
SPHSC 308: Socio-Cultural Aspects of Communication (3)
SPHSC 405: Diagnosis of Speech and Language Disorders (3)
SPHSC 425: Speech, Language, Hearing, and the Brain (4)
SPHSC 532: Assessment and Treatment of Neurogenic Language Disorders (3) [Grad Course - Instructor Permission Required]

ASL Electives
AES 389: Race, Gender, and Sexuality in the Media (5)
COM 374: Perspectives on Language (5)
SPHSC 308: Socio-Cultural Aspects of Communication (3)


For electives taught in the Linguistics department, see the Time Schedule.