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This page is intended to help you navigate the course calendar, which is now accessed through Aurora Student.
The following courses are listed in the University of Manitoba's Graduate Calendar. The typical graduate program in our department includes 18-24 ch of courses, and is assigned to suit each student's interests by the Graduate Committee. Graduate programs almost always include LING 7550 Phonology (3 ch), LING 7590 Field Methods (6 ch), and LING 7630 Syntax (3 ch).
All courses are 3 ch (one term) unless otherwise indicated. Courses with 'variable content' may be repeated for credit with different topics.
|LING 7500||Linguistic Variation and Change|
|LING 7510||Linguistic Typology|
|LING 7520||Mathematical Linguistics|
|LING 7570||Semantic Theory|
|LING 7580||Computational Linguistics|
|LING 7590||Field Methods||6 ch; variable content; required|
|LING 7600||Seminar in Linguistic Theory|
|LING 7620||Seminar in North American Indian Languages|
|LING 7920||Special Problems in Linguistic Research||variable content|
|LING 7940||Graduate Reading and Research 1||variable content|
|LING 7950||Graduate Reading and Research 2||variable content|