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Courses

Explore our graduate courses below.

A list of all our courses is provided in the Graduate School Catalog. The schedule for the present and coming semester is available on Testudo.
 
In a typical year our graduate courses include at least those listed below, except that 663 and 678 are biennial. The courses here are all 3 credits, except where noted. Other classes from our catalog are offered in accord with student and faculty interests. There may be more than one 889 in a semester. Lab meetings, reading groups and directed studies supplement the courses.

Regular courses

  • LING 610, “Syntactic Theory”
  • LING 611, “Issues in Syntax”
  • LING 678, “Linguistic Field Methods” (two consecutive semesters)
  • LING 819, “Seminar in Syntactic Theory”
  • LING 620, “Phonological Theory”
  • LING 621, “Issues in Phonology”
  • LING 640, “Psycholinguistics”
  • LING 641, “Issues in Psycholinguistics”
  • LING 644, “Language Acquisition”
  • LING 646, “Cognitive Neuroscience of Language”
  • LING 849, “Seminar in Psycholinguistics”
  • LING 869, “Seminar in Neurolinguistics”
  • LING 660, “Introduction to Semantics”
  • LING 661, “Issues in Semantics”
  • LING 663, “Pragmatics”
  • LING 879, “Seminar in Semantics”
  • LING 723, “Computational Linguistics”
  • LING 773, “Computational Linguistics II”
  • LING 848, “Seminar in Computational Linguistics”
  • LING 889, “Independent Study/Directed Research” (1-8 credits)

Course section number

[LING 689, 698, 798, 799, 896, 888, 889, 898, 899]

  • 0101 Howard Lasnik
  • 0201 Norbert Hornstein
  • 0301 Tonia Bleam
  • 0401 Jeff Lidz
  • 0501 Andrea Zukowski
  • 0601 Juan Uriagereka
  • 0701 Amy Weinberg
  • 0801 William Idsardi
  • 0901 Philip Resnik
  • 1001 Maria Polinsky
  • 1201 Colin Phillips
  • 1301 Peggy Antonisse
  • 1401 Valentine Hacquard
  • 1501 Alexander Williams
  • 1601 Naomi Feldman
  • 1701 Ellen Lau
  • 1801 Omer Preminger