3 semester hours *every summer*
An introduction to linguistics, such as that provided by our package a
or by a course entitled “Introduction to Linguistics” (such as English 209 at UND).
Major areas within cultural anthropology (social, political, economic, religious, etc.) particularly with respect to issues that affect how one conducts field linguistic research and language development projects in a cross-cultural context, and which emphasize the interrelatedness of language and culture. Methods of ethnographic field methods for collecting cultural data, including practical experience in applying those methods in a research project. Recommended to be taken at the same time as LING 506 , Field Methods, because of the possibilities for integrated assignments between the two courses.