The following is a list of undergraduate courses offered by Tyndale University. You can also see the course schedule for specific terms.
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|Course Code||Course Name|
Introduction to Linguistics I
Introduction to core technical areas of linguistics: phonetics, phonology, morphology and syntax. Interplay of linguistics with the related...
Introduction to Linguistics II
Continuation of LING 101. This half of the course explores the interface between linguistics and related disciplines such as history,...
Introduction to the broad range of human speech sounds used in languages of the world. Students receive training and practice in recognizing...
Phonology I: Phonological Analysis
Provides an introduction to the theory and practice of analyzing sound systems in spoken languages. Opportunity to apply the principles of...
Morphology and Syntax I
Introduces theoretical concepts and analytical principles pertaining to the study of words and word-stems (morphology), and phrases and...
Language and Society
Introduction to language as a context-dependent social phenomenon. Students examine how various contexts and social factors, such as age,...
Language and Culture Acquisition
Practical introduction to language and culture learning for linguists, missionaries and professionals who find themselves in areas where no...
Phonology II: Advanced Phonological Analysis
Builds upon LING 203 by exploring recent developments and current issues in phonological theory. Attention is given to the interplay between...
Morphology and Syntax II
Explores the rich variety of morphological and syntactic constructions and processes found in human language, deepening the students'...
Psychology of Language
Same as PSYC 380.
Being able to gather and organize data, form hypotheses and work ethically with human subjects in research are essential professional skills...
Analysis of structures and meaning beyond the sentence to how information is organized in texts. Consideration of text genres and the study...
Semantics and Pragmatics
Provides students with the theoretical tools with which to study meaning at the word and sentence levels, and to explain how people interpret...
Principles of Bible Translation
Designed to give the student the theoretical basis and practical skills for the transfer of meaning from one language to another. Topics will...
Principles of Literacy
Covers methods used in the introduction of literacy to ethno-linguistic minority groups. It includes orthography design, consideration of...
Internship in Field Linguistics
Designed to give students practical experience in field-based language work, including language documentation, description and development....