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2018-2019 Undergraduate Bulletin 
    
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LING 192 - Internship in Linguistics

Semester Hours: 1-6
Fall, Spring, Summer
This internship provides students with an opportunity to apply the academic study of linguistics to practical situations. Since so much of human endeavor revolves around language, a knowledge of linguistics is useful in a wide array of workplace settings.

Prerequisite(s)/Course Notes:
Minimum GPA of 2.5; 6 s.h. of LING , or equivalent, or permission of chair. For each credit hour, students will work a minimum of 28 hours on site; also required is a minimum of 10 hours academic work that will include reading, research, and a final paper or project that explores the internship experience via the academic discipline of linguistics. Students will schedule a minimum of 3 meetings with a faculty adviser – one at the beginning, one at mid-term, and one at the end of the work experience. Grades will be based on both the academic work and on the on-site supervisor’s evaluations. The course is repeatable for up to a total of 6 credits. May not be taken on a P/D+/D/F basis.





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