LING 2001 (3.00)- Fall 2017
Introduction to the Study of Language
A general-interest course intended to acquaint students in all fields with the structural, social and psychological forces that shape language, beginning with a consideration of the origins and nature of language and proceeding to an examination of languages as systems and the ways they structure meaning.

LING 3001 (3.00) - Winter 2018
Fundamentals of General Linguistics
Prereq: Normally LING 2001 and a minimum of six credits in a language other than English are expected. However, students completing a Major or Honours in Modern Languages, Literatures and Cultures will be admitted without LING 2001; or permission of the Department
This course on the nature and structure of language examines the physiology of speech, word formation, theoretical concepts of sentence generation, and the phonological and historical forces involved in language creation and language change. It is recommended for senior students in language and literary studies, and students interested in language pathology.