Undergraduate Program. Linguistics. Welcome to the Linguistics Department at NYU! This is an exciting place to be with our outstanding faculty across the disciplines. We offer a linguistics major and a linguistics minor, as well as six joint interdisciplinary majors with the departments of Anthropology, German, French, Italian, Spanish, and Psychology/Philosophy (Language and Mind).
These programs of study are outlined in the description of the College of Arts and Science Linguistics Program, which is part of the College of Arts and Science Bulletin. This includes: forms necessary to declare the major(s) or minor, requirements and checklists for the majors, as well as worksheets to assist you in planning your courses. Students should be mindful that some courses (e. Language, Sound & Language, and Grammatical Analysis) serve as prerequisites for other courses, and therefore should be taken as early as possible. Courses must be taken in the correct sequence. This applies to all the courses in the department that have prerequisites.
Our courses and their prerequisites are listed on the Course Offerings page. We look forward to seeing you.
Stephanie Harves. ALL CORRESPONDENCE TO: linguistics. Office Hours. TBA. Alec Marantz. Coordinator for the Anthropology and Linguistics Major.
But I know that the core programs are REQUIRED and are based on the liberal studies. But let's say I wanted to do something in the medical/business/economics/etc intended major.
Would taking this core program be a waste of time and money? Because the 2 years of the core programs are mandatory, and if I wanted to go into Economics for example, there are math requirements to make. I'm sorry for the jumbled up question, basically I'm just worried about how rigid LSP is on LIBERAL studies only.
Home > Academic Programs > Majors and Minors. As part of the dual degree B.S./B.S. College Core Curriculum. Location Majors MyScores Tuition and Fees Ethnicity School Type School Size Campus Setting. I also got accepted to the Liberal Studies Core Program instead of NYU'S CAS. I was very confused at first because 1.