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Academic Foundations 003
African-American and African Studies 014
Allied Health Technologies 045
American Studies 050
Ancient and Medieval Civilizations 060
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Arabic 074
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Art (Art 080, B.F.A. Visual Arts 081, Art History 082, Arts Management 084)
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Political Science 790
Portuguese and Lusophone World Studies 810
Psychology 830
Puerto Rican Studies 836
Religious Studies 840
Slavic 861
Social Work 910
Sociology 920
Spanish 940
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Urban Studies 975
Women's Studies 988
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  Newark Undergraduate Catalog 2006-2008 Liberal Arts Colleges Academic Programs and Courses Linguistics 615  

Linguistics 615
21&62:615:201Introduction to Linguistics (3) An introduction to the scientific study of language: how languages agree and differ in their systems of sound, grammar, and meaning; the nature of language acquisition and the processing mechanisms that shape the course of language development of speakers; the role language plays in society and in the shaping of culture.
21&62:615:302Language and History (3) A discussion and appraisal of the three major models (neogrammarian, structuralist, transformational generative) proposed to account for the phenomenon of language change in time. Other topics include the social and cultural motivation of language change; bilingualism and interference between languages; pidgins and creoles; and linguistic reconstruction and prehistory. Prerequisite: 21&62:615:201.
21&62:615:320Teaching Methodologies for World Languages (3) An introduction to applied linguistics, second language acquisition, and teaching methodologies in line with current cognitive models and perspectives. Open to all students of foreign language, especially those seeking teaching certification in a foreign language. Methods appropriate for K-12 teaching in the New Jersey World Languages curriculum are treated in detail.
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