Slavic Linguistics Ph.D. Required Courses

Ph.D. in Slavic Linguistics (57 credits)

Note: At least 50% of the credits for the Slavic Linguistics Ph.D. must come from DSEELC.

Prerequisite

            Slavic 7801    (3) (if not taken for the M.A. degree)

Slavic Language Skills (co-requisite)

1.              Summer programs or undergraduate classes (minimum 6 cr)

Core Courses (15 credits)

1.              Prerequisites: Russian 5601, 5701

2.             Slavic 6626—Old Church Slavonic (3)

1.              Slavic 7622—South Slavic Linguistics (3)

2.              Slavic 7624—West Slavic Linguistics (3)

3.              Slavic 7626—Prehistory of the Slavic Languages (3)

4.              EEurLL 5627 (3; repeatable)

Track Courses  (12 credits)

1. Historical Track

5.              MSSI (6)

6.              Linguistics 5901—Introduction to Historical Linguistics (3)

7.     Linguistics 7901—Seminar in Historical Linguistics (Phonology) (3)

8.     Linguistics 7902— Seminar in Historical Linguistics (Morphology) (3)

9.              Linguistics 5651—Languages in Contact (3)

2. Sociolinguistics Track

Prerequisite: Linguistics 5601 (if not taken at the M.A. level)

1.              Slavic 8843—Code-switching (3)

2.              Slavic 8801—Cognitive and Linguistic Aspects of Bilingualism (3)

3.              Linguistics 5051—Quantitative Methods (3)

4.              Linguistics 5602—Quantitative Sociolinguistics (3)

5.              Linguistics 5651—Languages in Contact (3)

6.              Linguistics 5901—Introduction to Historical Linguistics (3)

7.              Linguistics 8650—Seminar in Contact Linguistics (3)

3. Linguistic Theory Track (choose a specialization, e.g. phonetics/phonology or syntax/semantics – 5351, 5551, 5552 suitable for either specialization; other specializations possible with approval of advisor and graduate committee))

1.              Linguistics 5101—Phonetics: Phonetic Theory (3)

2.              Linguistics 5102—Laboratory Phonology (3)

3.              Linguistics 5201—Syntactic Theory I (3)

4.              Linguistics 5202— Syntactic Theory II (3)

5.              Linguistics 5301—Phonological Theory I (3)

6.              Linguistics 5302—Topics in Advanced Phonology (3)

7.              Linguistics 5351—Morphological Theory (3)

8.              Linguistics 5401—Semantic Theory I (3)

9.              Linguistics 5402—Semantic Theory II (3)

10.          Linguistics 5410—Natural Language Metaphysics (3)

11.          Linguistics 5551—Field Methods I (3)

12.          Linguistics 5552—Field Methods II (3)

Electives in Slavic Literature, Film, and Cultural Studies (6 credits)

Post-M.A. Paper (3 credits)

            Slavic 8999    Supervised Research (3)

Professionalization (6 credits)

1.              Slavic 6600    Slavic Linguistics Professionalization Forum         

            (1; repeatable to three times)

2.              Russian 7150            Russian Language Maintenance and Professionalization

            (1; repeatable to three times)

Required Candidacy Registration (9 credits)

3.              Slavic 8999    Supervised Research

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