Summer 2019 - LING 491 D300
Directed Research (3)
Class Number: 6119
Delivery Method: In Person
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Prerequisites:LING 220, 60 units, and permission of the Undergraduate Committee Chair.
Directed study aimed at gaining knowledge and practical experience in designing, conducting, analyzing, and documenting linguistics research. To register, a student must have (i) prior written agreement from a Linguistics Department faculty member or associate member who will act as a research supervisor; and (ii) permission from the Undergraduate Curriculum Committee Chair.
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