2016-2017 Undergraduate/Graduate Catalog

LING 537 Advanced Issues in Multilingualism

Advanced exploration of what it means to speak more than one language from both theoretical and applied perspectives, focusing on how multiple languages share the space in one brain. Students will examine contributions from linguistics and psychology, as well as the implications of these contributions to education. A research project will be required as part of the course. This is a bridge course with LING 437.

Cross Listed Courses

LING 437



General Education


  • Fall

Will this Course be Offered for Graduate Credit