Joint Major in Linguistics


Joint major degrees are available in all other tracks, and require 24 Linguistics credit hours. The joint major often combines Linguistics with another Social Science (e.g. AnthropologyCommunicative Disorders and SciencesPsychology), or with English or a Modern Language in a joint or double major program.

Acceptance Criteria

Permission of the Directors of Undergraduate Studies from both participating departments; minimum 2.0 overall GPA; minimum 2.5 GPA in LIN 205 and 207

Degree Requirements

  • Core Linguistics courses (12 credits): LIN 205LIN 207LIN 301LIN 302
  • Four additional Linguistics courses to be chosen in consultation with the Director of Undergraduate Studies

Contact Us

Robert Hoeing.

639 Baldy Hall

Phone: (716) 645-0130

Director of Undergraduate Studies
Associate Professor
Department of Linguistics
College of Arts and Sciences