Undergraduates in any major can minor in linguistics. Cognitive science majors may minor in linguistics only if linguistics is not one of their two focal areas.
Below is a summary of requirements, however it is advised that students refer to the Academic Catalog for their entering year for the formalized list of requirements.
- One foreign language through the intermediate level OR two foreign languages at the elementary level
- Six courses in linguistics that fall under the linguistics focal area
- Four of these must be at the 300-level or above, excluding research and readings.
- Receive a C- or better for all coursework taken to satisfy linguistics minor requirements.
Learn more about linguistics research in the Department of Cognitive Science at Johns Hopkins.