Linguistics Courses that Fulfill Legacy GE Requirements

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This page lists Linguistics courses that fulfill one (or more*) Legacy General Education requirements (for students who first enrolled before AU22). For descriptions and sample syllabi for these courses, see the undergraduate courses page.

GEL Writing: Second Course/Level 2

2367.01/2367.01H - Language, Sex, and Gender in American Culture*
2367.02 - Language and Advertising

GEL Quantitative and Logical Skills: Mathematical and Logical Analysis

2001 - Language and Formal Reasoning
3802/3802H - Language and Computers

GEL Quantitative and Logical Skills: Data Analysis

2051/2051H - Analyzing the Sounds of Language

GEL Social Science: Individuals and Groups

2501 - The Basics of Language for Language Learners*
     Note: This course was previously numbered as Ling 1100. The previous course number fulfills the same GEL requirements.
3501 - Introduction to American Indigenous Languages*
3602/3602H - Language and Social Identity in the US*
3603 - Language across Cultures*
3701/3701H - Language and the Mind

GEL Cultures and Ideas

2000/2000H - Introduction to Linguistics
3601 - Language, Race, and Ethnicity in the US*
3901 - Language Evolution and Language Change

GEL Diversity: Social Diversity in the US

2367.01/2367.01H - Language, Sex, and Gender in American Culture*
3601 - Language, Race, and Ethnicity in the US*
3602/3602H - Language and Social Identity in the US*

GEL Diversity: Global Studies

2501 - The Basics of Language for Language Learners*
     Note: This course was previously numbered as Ling 1100. The previous course number fulfills the same GEL requirements.
3501 - Introduction to American Indigenous Languages*
3603 - Language Across Cultures*

GEL Open Options: Cross-disciplinary Seminars

3902 - Language Endangerment and Language Death
     Note: Previously offered as Ling 4597.01. The previous course number fulfills the same GEL requirement
4597.02 - Language and the Law