LIN460H5 • Special Topics in Language Change

Description

This course examines current issues of theoretical and/or empirical relevance in linguistics with special reference to phenomena involving language change. Depending on the instructor, the focus of the course may be more oriented towards phonology, morpho-syntax, semantics, or the lexicon. The contact hours for this course may vary in terms of contact type (L, S, T, P) from year to year, but will be between 24-36 contact hours in total. See the UTM Timetable.

Prerequisites
( LIN231H5 or LIN232H5 or LIN237H5 or LIN247H5) and ( LIN256H5 or LIN288H5 or LIN258H5) and 0.5 credit in a 300-level LIN course.
Distribution Requirement
Humanities
Total Instructional Hours
24L
Mode of Delivery
In Class
Program Area
Linguistics