ENG312 Course Information

Code:ENG312
Title:Linguistic Theory and Second Language Acquisition
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Credit(s):3
Description: Basic principles of linguistics, especially those pertaining to second language acquisition. A survey of the components of language such as syntax, semantics, morphology and phonology, and all major subfields of linguistics such as psycholinguistics and neurolinguistics. Studying relationships among psychological, social, and cultural issues that impact second language acquisition.
  
Prerequisites: English 219
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