Undergraduate students in the Department of Linguistics have the option to pursue several different degree tracks. There is a general Linguistics BA option, and the department also offers a BA in Language and Linguistics in four language concentrations: Chinese, German, Japanese and Korean. These degrees are especially designed for students with an interest in teaching and translation. In addition to these tracks, undergraduate students may take classes in the following non-degree-granting languages: American Sign Language, Arabic, Hindi-Urdu, Modern Greek, Polish and Russian.
We invite you to learn more about our courses in the Undergraduate Course Catalog.
The Department of Linguistics recognizes that it operates on the territory of the Seneca Nation, a member of the Haudenosaunee/Six Nations Confederacy. Because of this, it places a special priority on supporting research on Haudenosaunee languages that is in line with its overall mission and, in particular, research led by members of the Haudenosaunee nations.