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LING 451. Phonology I. 3 Credits.

Introduction to phonological analysis; intensive practice in applying theoretical principles to problem solving and to field techniques. Prerequisite: LING 450 or with permission of the instructor ENGL 209 as a prerequisite and LING 450 as a corequisite. SS.

Linguistics (Ling)

Linguistics courses are taught through a cooperative program between UND and SIL International during a nine-week summer session every year. Introductory courses are at the undergraduate level; advanced courses are at the graduate level but are open to undergraduates who meet their prerequisites. Courses focus on theoretically-informed descriptive linguistics in preparation for careers involving minority-language communities and lesser-studied languages. They are particularly appropriate for students anticipating careers in language development, documenting endangered languages, language survey, translation, and literacy.

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