life COMP 202.200500 COMP 202 COMP 206.200609 COMP 206 COMP 202.200500->COMP 206.200609 COMP 203.200709 COMP 203 COMP 202.200500->COMP 203.200709 ENGL 1XX.200500 ENGL 1XX CHEM 110.200509 CHEM 110 MATH 140.200509 MATH 140 MATH 141.200705 MATH 141 MATH 140.200509->MATH 141.200705 MIME 308.200509 MIME 308 PHYS 131.200509 PHYS 131 ANTH 208.200601 ANTH 208 LING 201.200601 LING 201 LING 355.200609 LING 355 LING 201.200601->LING 355.200609 LING 230.200701 LING 230 LING 201.200601->LING 230.200701 LING 371.200701 LING 371 LING 201.200601->LING 371.200701 LING 350.200801 LING 350 LING 201.200601->LING 350.200801 LING 370.200801 LING 370 LING 201.200601->LING 370.200801 PHIL 201.200601 PHIL 201 PHIL 237.200601 PHIL 237 PHIL 334.200801 PHIL 334 PHIL 237.200601->PHIL 334.200801 COMP 273.200701 COMP 273 COMP 206.200609->COMP 273.200701 PHIL 210.200609 PHIL 210 PHIL 210.200609->LING 370.200801 LING 565.200901 LING 565 PHIL 210.200609->LING 565.200901 PHIL 343.200609 PHIL 343 PHIL 348.200609 PHIL 348 ENVR 203.200701 ENVR 203 LING 331.200709 LING 331 LING 230.200701->LING 331.200709 LING 440.200809 LING 440 LING 230.200701->LING 440.200809 LING 571.200709 LING 571 LING 371.200701->LING 571.200709 LING 371.200701->LING 440.200809 LING 455.200809 LING 455 LING 371.200701->LING 455.200809 COMP 310.200709 COMP 310 COMP 273.200701->COMP 310.200709 COMP 520.200809 COMP 520 COMP 273.200701->COMP 520.200809 MATH 133.200705 MATH 133 MATH 133.200705->COMP 203.200709 MATH 140.200705 MATH 140 COMP 302.200801 COMP 302 COMP 203.200709->COMP 302.200801 PHIL 375.200709 PHIL 375 COMP 535.200809 COMP 535 COMP 310.200709->COMP 535.200809 PHIL 434.200901 PHIL 434 PHIL 334.200801->PHIL 434.200901 COMP 302.200801->COMP 520.200809 PHIL 367.200801 PHIL 367 LING 370.200801->LING 565.200901 GERM 202D1.200809 GERM 202D1 GERM 202D2.200901 GERM 202D2 GERM 202D1.200809->GERM 202D2.200901 PHIL 304.200901 PHIL 304 200500 200500 200509 200509 200500->200509 200601 200601 200509->200601 200609 200609 200601->200609 200701 200701 200609->200701 200705 200705 200701->200705 200709 200709 200705->200709 200801 200801 200709->200801 200809 200809 200801->200809 200901 200901 200809->200901

Term 200500
6 credits, 2 courses
Course number Course name Credits Prerequisites Corequisites Remarks
COMP 202 AP credit from AP CS AB 3 (none) (none)
ENGL 1XX AP credit from AP Eng. Lang/Comp 3 (none) (none)
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Term 200509
14 credits, 4 courses
0 TGPA, 0 CGPA
Course number Course name Credits Prerequisites Corequisites Remarks
CHEM 110 General Chemistry 1 4 (none) (none)
MATH 140 Calculus 1 3 (none) (none)
MIME 308 Social Impact of Technology 3 (none) (none)
PHYS 131 Mechanics and Waves 4 (none) (none)
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Term 200601
12 credits, 4 courses
0 TGPA, 0 CGPA
Course number Course name Credits Prerequisites Corequisites Remarks
ANTH 208 Evolutionary Anthropology 3 (none) (none)
LING 201 Introduction to Linguistics 3 (none) (none)
PHIL 201 Intro to Philosophy 2 3 (none) (none)
PHIL 237 Contemporary Moral Issues 3 (none) (none)
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Term 200609
15 credits, 5 courses
0 TGPA, 0 CGPA
Course number Course name Credits Prerequisites Corequisites Remarks
COMP 206 Introduction to Software Systems 3 1 of the following 2 courses:
  • COMP 202
  • COMP 250 (not found, but optional)
(none)
LING 355 Language Acquisition 1 3 (none)
PHIL 210 Intro to Deductive Logic 1 3 (none) (none)
PHIL 343 Biomedical Ethics 3 (none) (none)
PHIL 348 Philosophy of Law 1 3 (none) (none)
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Term 200701
12 credits, 4 courses
Course number Course name Credits Prerequisites Corequisites Remarks
ENVR 203 Knowledge, Ethics, and Environment 3 (none) (none)
LING 230 Phonetics 3 (none)
LING 371 Syntax 1 3 (none)
COMP 273 Introduction to Computer Systems 3 (none)
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Term 200705
10 credits, 3 courses
Course number Course name Credits Prerequisites Corequisites Remarks
MATH 133 Vectors, Matrices, and Geometry 3 (none) (none)
MATH 140 Calculus 1 3 (none) (none)
MATH 141 Calculus 2 4 (none)
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Term 200709
15 credits, 5 courses
Course number Course name Credits Prerequisites Corequisites Remarks
COMP 203 Introduction to Computing 2 3 (none)
LING 331 Phonology 1 3 (none)
LING 571 Syntax 2 3 (none)
PHIL 375 Existentialism 3 (none) (none)
COMP 310 Computer Systems and Organization 3 (none)
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Term 200801
15 credits, 5 courses
Course number Course name Credits Prerequisites Corequisites Remarks
PHIL 334 Ethics 1 3 1 of the following 3 courses:
  • PHIL 230 (not found, but optional)
  • PHIL 237
  • PHIL 242 (not found, but optional)
(none)
COMP 302 Programming Languages and Paradigms 3 1 of the following 2 courses:
  • COMP 250 (not found, but optional)
  • COMP 203
(none)
LING 350 Linguistic Aspects of Bilingualism 3 1 of the following 2 courses:
  • LING 200 (not found, but optional)
  • LING 201
(none)
PHIL 367 19th Century Philosophy 3 (none) (none)
LING 370 Introduction to Semantics 3 (none)
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Term 200809
16 credits, 5 courses
Course number Course name Credits Prerequisites Corequisites Remarks
LING 440 Morphology 3 (none)
LING 455 Second Language Syntax 3 1 of the following 2 courses:
  • LING 301 (not found, but optional)
  • LING 371
(none)
COMP 535 Computer Networks 1 3 (none)
COMP 520 Compiler Design 4 (none)
GERM 202D1 German Language, Beginners' 3 (none) (none)
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Term 200901
12 credits, 4 courses
Course number Course name Credits Prerequisites Corequisites Remarks
PHIL 434 Ethics 2 3 (none)
LING 565 Pragmatics 3 (none)
PHIL 304 Chomsky 3 (none) (none)
GERM 202D2 German Language, Beginners' 3 (none)
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127 credits attempted, 127 credits earned.

Major Concentration in Linguistics

Required Courses:

Complementary Courses:

  1. 9 credits in Linguistics at the 400/500 level (9 credits from the following list):
    • LING 400-level courses
    • LING 500-level courses
  2. 6 credits in Linguistics (normally at the 200/300 level) (6 credits from the following list):
    • LING 200-level courses
    • LING 300-level courses

Minor Concentration in Computer Science

Required Courses:

Complementary Courses:

  1. 6 credits from the following list:
    • COMP 273
    • COMP 310
    • COMP 335
    • COMP 350
    • COMP 360
    • COMP 420
    • COMP 421
    • COMP 424
    • COMP 426
    • COMP 435
    • COMP 462
    • COMP 505
    • COMP 506
    • COMP 507
    • COMP 520
    • COMP 523
    • COMP 524
    • COMP 533
    • COMP 534
    • COMP 535
    • COMP 537
    • COMP 538
    • COMP 540
    • COMP 547
    • COMP 557
    • COMP 560
    • COMP 563
    • COMP 564
    • COMP 566
    • COMP 575

Minor Concentration in Philosophy

Complementary Courses:

4 of the following 5 groups:
  1. Group A (3 credits from the following list):
    • PHIL 230
    • PHIL 237
    • PHIL 242
    • PHIL 334
    • PHIL 343
    • PHIL 348
    • PHIL 434
    • PHIL 442
  2. Group B (3 credits from the following list):
    • PHIL 210
    • PHIL 220
    • PHIL 221
    • PHIL 304
    • PHIL 306
    • PHIL 310
    • PHIL 341
    • PHIL 370
    • PHIL 410
    • PHIL 411
    • PHIL 415
    • PHIL 419
    • PHIL 421
    • PHIL 441
    • PHIL 470
  3. Group C (3 credits from the following list):
    • PHIL 375
    • PHIL 474
    • PHIL 475
  4. Group D (3 credits from the following list):
    • PHIL 344
    • PHIL 345
    • PHIL 350
    • PHIL 353
    • PHIL 354
    • PHIL 355
    • PHIL 356
    • PHIL 357
    • PHIL 452
    • PHIL 453
    • PHIL 454
  5. Group E (3 credits from the following list):
    • PHIL 360
    • PHIL 361
    • PHIL 366
    • PHIL 367
    • PHIL 444
    • PHIL 445
  1. 3 credits from the following list:
    • PHIL 200-level courses
    • PHIL 300-level courses
    • PHIL 400-level courses
    • PHIL 500-level courses