Bachelor of Arts in Linguistics and Psychology


Preparation for the Major:

Required: Linguistics 20, Psychology 10, 85, 100A (formerly 41), 100B (formerly 42), completion of the equivalent of the sixth term of one foreign language and the third term of a second foreign language. Program in Computing 10A is strongly recommended.

The Major:

Required: Eleven upper division courses (six in linguistics and five in psychology) as follows: Linguistics 103, 120A, 120B, C130, C132, and one upper division elective in linguistics (multiple-listed courses may not be applied). (Linguistics C135 or 165A or 165B are strongly recommended.) Also required are Psychology 120A, 121, 133B, and two electives to be selected from 115, 116, M117C, 118, M119L, 124A, 124B, 124C, 124E, 130, 133C, 133E, 133F, 186A, 186B.

Note: The above requirements are effective Fall Quarter, 2002.


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Last Modified: October 28, 2002