Undergraduate Courses

The following is a list of courses offered by Tyndale University College. To view the course schedule for specific terms please visit the Registrar's website
TIP: You may narrow down the list of courses using the course code search below. Enter the course code or partial course code and click on "Apply" —examples: "HIST" "BUSI" "PHIL" "101"
[x] clear course code search results
Course Codesort ascending Course Name/Description Link
LING 471 Semantics: Formal and 'Other' Approaches to the Study of Meaning
The study of meaning has deep roots in the...
LING 430 Philosophy of Language
Same as PHIL 430.
LING 407 Discourse Analysis: Understanding the Structure of Meaning in Texts
Analysis of structures and meaning beyond the sentence...
LING 405 Field Methods: Tools and Techniques for Gathering and Analyzing Language Data
Being able to gather and organize data, form...
LING 304 Syntax II: Advanced Grammatical Analysis
Builds on the concepts and skills acquired in LING 204 Syntax 1. Working within...
LING 303 Phonology II: Advanced Phonological Analysis
Builds upon LING 203 Phonology I: Phonological Analysis by exploring recent...
LING 302 Language and Culture Acquisition
Practical introduction to language and culture learning for linguists, missionaries and...
LING 301 Language and Society
Introduction to language as a context-dependent social phenomenon. Students examine how various...
LING 204 Syntax I: Introduction to Grammatical Analysis
Introduces analytical tools and concepts of a theory of universal grammar...
LING 203 Phonology I: Phonological Analysis
Provides an introduction to the theory and practice of analyzing sound systems in...
LING 202 Morphology: Introduction to Morphological Analysis
Study of the internal structure of words. Distinguishing between...
LING 201 Phonetics
Introduction to the broad range of human speech sounds used in languages of the world. Students receive training...
LING 102 Introduction to Linguistics II
Continuation of LING 101.
LING 101 Introduction to Linguistics I
Introduction to core 'technical' areas of linguistics: phonetics, phonology,...