Students can pursue a Single Advanced Major, a Double Advanced Major, a General Major or Minor degree in Linguistics at the undergraduate level. We plan to offer a single and double course-based Honours program in the future. We recommend that students who plan to continue on to graduate study take an Advanced (4-year) degree, as most graduate schools in North America will not accept a General (3-year) degree as sufficient.
Degree requirements can be found in the Academic Calendar.
If you have any questions, please contact the Undergraduate Chair in Linguistics or speak to an Undergraduate Advisor in the Faculty of Arts Student Services Office.
If you are interested in speech-language pathology and audiology, you can find more information here.
Our joint program with Red River College in ASL-English Interpretation is undergoing some changes and is currently on hold. We hope to post news about the program at a later date.