UW-Madison offers degree programs in a host of Language Science-related areas that intersect with or enhance a Linguistics major. Students often choose to pursue a degree with some combination of Linguistics plus an additional major or certificate. See the UW-Madison Guide for the full list of degree program options at UW-Madison.
Note that a “Certificate” at UW-Madison is similar to what is called a “minor” concentration at other institutions, although generally more substantial than a typical minor.
Programs in related Cognitive or Social Sciences:
Anthropology – B.A., B.S.
Communication Arts – B.A., B.S.
Communication Sciences & Disorders – B.A., B.S.
Computer Sciences – B.A., B.S., Certificate
Digital Studies – Certificate
Educational Policy Studies – B.S., Certificate
International Studies – B.A., B.S.
Neurobiology – B.A., B.S.
Public Policy – Certificate
Psychology – B.A., B.S.
Sociology – B.A., B.S.
TESOL – Certificate
Programs with a specific language or areal focus:
African Cultural Studies – B.A., B.S.
African Studies – Certificate
American Indian Studies – Certificate
Asian Languages & Cultures (concentrations in East, South, Southeast, or Trans-Asian) – B.A., B.S.
Chinese – B.A., B.S.
Chinese Professional Communications – Certificate
Classical Humanities – B.A., B.S.
Classics – B.A., B.S.
East Central European Languages, Literatures, & Cultures – Certificate
English (Language & Linguistics track) – B.A., B.S.
European Studies – Certificate
French – B.A., B.S., Certificate
German – B.A., B.S., Certificate
Italian – B.A., B.S., Certificate
Japanese – B.A., B.S.
Japanese Professional Communication – Certificate
Jewish Studies – B.A., B.S., Certificate
Latin – B.A., B.S.
Latin American, Caribbean, and Iberian Studies – B.A., B.S.
Middle East Studies – Certificate
Polish – B.A., B.S.
Portuguese – B.A., B.S.
Russian – B.A., B.S.
Russian, East European, and Central Asian Studies – Certificate
Scandinavian Studies – B.A., B.S., Certificate
Spanish – B.A., B.S.