Linguistics (Interdisciplinary)

Interim Director: Francisco Montaño (Carman Hall, Room 276)

Advisory Board: Bertrade Banoum-Ngo-Ngijol, Africana Studies; Rosalind Carey, Philosophy; Michael Cotto, English; Cecelia Cutler, Middle and High School Education; Evelyn Duran-Urrea, Languages and Literatures; Mira Goral, Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences; Thomas Ihde, Languages and Literatures; John Locke, Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences; Óscar Martín, Languages and Literatures; Janis Massa, English; Francisco Montano, Languages and Literatures; Joye Smith Munson, Middle and High School Education; 

Participating Departments: Africana Studies, Anthropology, English, Languages and Literatures, Mathematics and Computer Science, Philosophy, Sociology, and Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences

The interdisciplinary Program in Linguistics offers courses to prepare students for (1) graduate study in theoretical and applied linguistics and (2) careers in the teaching of linguistics, and applied linguistics, including the teaching of English as a second language.