Linguistics Undergraduate Certificate
Study the building blocks of human communication through the Linguistics Undergraduate Certificate in the College of Public Health. Explore the scientific study of language, including structure and use, theoretical models, and real life applications. Enhance your analytical and critical thinking abilities, improve your proficiency in a foreign language or American Sign Language (ASL), and study the use and meaning of language.
Students take core courses including introductory linguistics, language and syntax courses. All certificate students also take a seminar, Topics in Communication Sciences and Disorders, which varies based on the semester. The ASL or foreign language requirements may be waived through placement testing in some cases. See a full list of courses.