A major in linguistics consists of 12, 3-credit courses offered by the School of Arts and Sciences, distributed as follows:
- four core courses: 01:615:201, 305, 315, and 325/350;
- four additional courses chosen from a list of courses at the 300 level or above in linguistics (615);
- three further courses chosen from a list of courses in linguistics (615) or chosen from the list of approved courses from outside linguistics; and
- one capstone course: 01:615:495,496, or 497.
Grades of C or better must be earned in all coursework that is to be applied to the major.