1.0 courses: Linguistics 2247A/B (or the former Anthropology 2247A/B), Linguistics 2248A/B (or the former Anthropology 2248A/B).
0.5 course: Anthropology 3339F/G or any 3000-level course from the categories “Formal approaches to language” or “Social aspects of language” not already taken.
0.5 course from "Formal approaches to language": Anthropology 3237A/B, Anthropology 3343A/B, Communication Sciences and Disorders 4411A/B, Communication Sciences and Disorders 4439A/B, French 2805A/B, French 2806A/B, French 3810A/B, French 3830A/B, French 4811F/G, French 4821F/G, French 4830F/G, French 4841F/G, French 4881F/G, Linguistics 2242A/B, Linguistics 2244A/B, Linguistics 3100A/B, Linguistics 3102A/B, Philosophy 3260F/G, Philosophy 3270F/G, Philosophy 4210F/G, Psychology 2134A/B, Spanish 3303A/B, Spanish 3317A/B, Spanish 3318A/B, Spanish 3319A/B, Spanish 4415A/B.
0.5 course from "Social aspects of language": Anthropology 2245F/G, Anthropology 2249F/G, Anthropology 2251F/G, Anthropology 2252F/G or the former Linguistics 2285F/G Anthropology 3243F/G or the former Anthropology 2243F/G, French 3870A/B, French 4040A/B, French 4850F/G, Spanish 3314F/G, Spanish 4412F/G, Spanish 4413F/G and the former Linguistics 2286F/G.
1.5 additional courses from the following or any course from above not already taken: Anthropology 2246F/G, Anthropology 2250F/G, Anthropology 2253A/B, Anthropology 4412F/G, Classical Studies 2800A/B, English 3300, English 3310 (or the former English 3001, the former English 3012), French 4100F/G, Indigenous Studies 2253A/B, Linguistics 3340A/B, Linguistics 3390A/B, Linguistics 4490F/G Philosophy 2250, Philosophy 2260F/G, Philosophy 3201A/B, Psychology 3140F/G, Psychology 3141F/G, Psychology 3184F/G, Spanish 2121A/B, Spanish 2214A/B, Spanish 2956A/B-2960A/B, Spanish 3911A/B-3920A/B, Spanish 4921F/G-4925F/G, Spanish 4926A/B-4930A/B, the former Psychology 3142E, or other courses by permission of the Program.
Note: Some courses are offered only in alternate years. Students are advised to consult one of the Co-Directors of the Inter-Faculty Program in Linguistics when planning their module.