Language Sciences offers courses with the subject heading Linguistics. The following courses are offered on a regular basis (generally at least once per year). See the Upcoming Course Schedule for current and future schedules by semester.
- Ling 101/301: Human Language/Introduction to Linguistics
- Ling 211: Global Language Issues
- Ling 237: Language & Immigration in Wisconsin
- Ling 303: Language, History, & Society
- Ling 306: General Phonetics
- Ling 309: Grammatical Variability of Language
- Ling 310: Phonology
- Ling 322: Morphology
- Ling 330: Syntax
- Ling 371: Survey of North American Indian Languages
- Ling 373: Topics in Linguistics (sample topics – Morphosyntax, Sound Change)
- Ling 426/427: Field Methods
- Ling 510: Phonological Theories
- Ling 522: Advanced Morphology
- Ling 530: Syntactic Theories
- Ling 571: Structure of a Language
- Ling 800: Research Methods and Materials
- Ling 976/977/978/979: Seminar
See the Linguistics Course Guide Entry for course descriptions, prerequisite information, and full course listings.
A large number of linguistics courses are taught in departments across campus as well – see the Linguistics Electives page to learn more. Altogether, our majors have access to dozens of courses which cover a broad range of methods and issues in language science.