Graduate courses

A schedule of graduate classes for the present and coming semester is available on Testudo.

Our graduate courses in a typical year include at least those listed below. These are all 3 credits, except where noted. Other classes are offered in accord with student and faculty interests. There may be more than one 889 in a semester. Lab meetings and reading groups supplement the courses.

  • Regular courses

    • Ling 610, Syntactic Theory
      Ling 611, Issues in Syntax
      Ling 819, Seminar in Syntactic Theory

    • Ling 620, Phonological Theory
      Ling 621, Issues in Phonology

    • Ling 640, Psycholinguistics
      Ling 641, Issues in Psycholinguistics
      Ling 646, Cognitive Neuroscience of Language
      Ling 849, Seminar in Psycholinguistics
      Ling 869, Seminar in Neurolinguistics

    • Ling 660, Introduction to Semantics
      Ling 661, Issues in Semantics
      Ling 663, Pragmatics
      Ling 879, Seminar in Semantics

    • Ling 723, Computational Linguistics
      Ling 773, Computational Linguistics II
      Ling 848, Seminar in Computational Linguistics

    • Ling 889, Independent Study/Directed Research (1-8 credits)

  • Course section number
    [LING 689, 698, 798, 799, 895, 896, 889, 898, 899]

    • 0101 Howard Lasnik

    • 0201 Norbert Hornstein

    • 0301 Tonia Bleam

    • 0401 Jeff Lidz

    • 0501 Andrea Zukowski

    • 0601 Juan Uriagereka

    • 0701 Amy Weinberg

    • 0801 William Idsardi

    • 0901 Philip Resnik

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    • 1101 Paul Pietroski

    • 1201 Colin Phillip

    • 1301 Peggy Antonisse

    • 1401 Valentine Hacquard

    • 1501 Alexander Williams

    • 1601 Naomi Feldman

    • 1701 Ellen Lau

    • 1801 Omer Preminger