This minor programme will not be accepting new students. Those who are interested in this minor programme are encouraged to declare for the Minor in Linguistics and Language Applications.
This minor provides a concentration on the social and discourse dimension of language studies. The two core courses introduce the basic linguistic concepts and demonstrate their application in exploring the relationship between language and society. The elective courses allow students to further explore their interest in topics related to discourse and society such as the structures of written and spoken discourse, discourse meaning in social contexts, and the interaction of linguistic and social factors in language use. Each elective course also equips students with analytical tools for students to analyse authentic language data.
Upon successful completion of this Minor, students should be able to:
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Students who study the following majors are not allowed to choose this minor:
Major in Linguistics and Language Applications/ Linguistics and Language Technology or
Major in Language Studies (Linguistics and Language Technology stream).
|Course Code||Course Title||Level||Credit Units|
|1. Core Courses (6 credit units)|
|LT2203||Language in Society||B2||3|
|2. Electives (9 credit units)|
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