LING 421. Capstone: Typology-Unity and Diversity of Human Language. 3 Hours AE61 / S.

This course, an on-site practicum in Linguistics, explores the similarities and differences among the worlds' languages. Students apply their knowledge of phonetics, phonology, morphology, and syntax in describing and analyzing phenomena from a number of languages. The typological perspective that students develop is applied to topics such as word order, morphological typology, case, lexical categories, and valency. In addition to lecture style instruction, students get hands on practice in collecting, transcribing, and analyzing data from different languages through face to face elicitation with native speakers. Instruction builds discipline-specific knowledge and skills for career preparation. Prerequisite: LING 305, LING 312, and LING 325. LEC.

Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of General Studies in Linguistics

...capstone course: LING 420 Capstone: Research in Language Science 3 or LING 421 Capstone: Typology...