Upcoming LING Electives Offered by Other Departments

Contact Info:
Katie Manlove
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.

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.


Winter 2015

ANTH 559: Seminar in Language and Culture (5) [Grad Course - Instructor Permission Required]
CHIN 541: Seminar in Chinese Grammar (5) [Grad Course - Instructor Permission Required]
JAPAN 342: The Japanese Language (5)
JAPAN 441: The Acquisition of Japanese as a Second or Foreign Language (5)
ENGL 478: Language and Social Policy (5)
ENGL 572: Discourse Analysis (5) [Grad Course - Instructor Permission Required]
GERMAN 452: History of the German Language (5)
GERMAN 498: Studies in the German Language (5)
GERMAN 560: Modern Dialects (5) [Grad Course - Instructor Permission Required]
PHIL 120: Introduction to Logic (5)
PHIL 472: Axiomatic Set Theory (5)
PSYCH 306: Developmental Psychology (5)
SPLING 403: The Evolution of the Spanish Language (5)
RUSS 451: The Structure of Russian (5)
SLAV 550: Synchronic Slavic Linguistics (5) [Grad Course - Instructor Permission Required]
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)


Autumn 2014

ASIAN 498: Korean Lexicon (5)
CHIN 342: The Chinese Language (5)
CHIN 443: Structure of Chinese (5)
JAPAN 342: The Japanese Language (5)
JAPAN 343: Japanese Language in Society (5)
CL LI 501: Comparative Phonology of Greek and Latin (5)
ENGL 479: Language Variation & Language Policy in North America (5)
ENGL 575: Pedagogy and Grammar in Teaching ESL (5)
PHIL 120: Introduction to Logic (5)
SLAV 425: Ways of Meaning: Universal and Culture-Specific Aspects of Language (5)
SLAV 518: Foreign Language Teaching Methodology (2)
SPHSC 305: Speech and Language Disorders (5)
SPHSC 501: Neural Bases of Speech, Language, and Hearing (4)


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