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Pre-Approved Electives

Elective 1.  Also can be met by any class listed in Electives 2 and 3 below.
LING 201 Language and Power
LING 211 Languages of the World
LING 294 Child Language
LING 295 Language, Culture, and Society
LING 296 Language and Society in the United States
ANTH 280  Introduction to Language and Culture

Elective 2.  Also can be met by any class listed in Elective 3 below.
LING 331 African Language: Identity, Ethnicity, History
LING 396 Language and Cognition
LING 410 Experimental course (topic changes)
LING 415 Semantics
LING 444 Second-Language Acquisition
LING 494 English Grammar
LT 441 Teaching English Pronunciation
LT 435 Second-Language Teaching
LT 436 Second-Language Teaching Practice
CHN 480 Chinese Linguistics
CHN 481 Pedagogical Grammar of Chinese
CHN 482 History of Chinese Language
EALL 440 Japanese and Korean Phonetics
EALL 442 Second-Language Acquisition
EALL 443 Chinese, Japanese, and Korean Pedagogy
EALL 486 East Asian Socio-pragmatics
INTL 434 Language Issues for International Studies
JPN 315 Introduction to Japanese Linguistics
KRN 315 Introduction to Korean Linguistics
PHIL 425 Philosophy of Language
PSY 440 Psycholinguistics
SPAN 315/324 Spanish Pronunciation and Phonetics
SPAN 322 Introduction to Hispanic Linguistics
SPAN 420 Spanish Linguistics
SPAN 424 History of Spanish Language
SPAN 428 Spanish in the United States
RUSS 444 Slavic Linguistics
RUSS 445 Old Church Slavonic

Elective 3. (proseminar)
LING 407 Proseminar
LING 423 Fieldwork Methods and Ethics
LING 432 Pathology of Language
LING 495 Language and Gender
CHN 407 (only if seminar in Chinese linguistics)
EALL 407 (only if seminar in East Asian linguistics)
KRN 407 (only if seminar in Korean linguistics)
JPN 407 (only if seminar in Japanese linguistics)
SPAN 407 (only if seminar in Spanish linguistics)
RL 407 (only if seminar in Romance linguistics)
Important note: even if a class is listed here, be sure to confirm with *both* the instructor and the undergraduate advisor that the class will count for the proseminar requirement *before* you enroll in the class.