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Master of Arts Program in Linguistics

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  • Program tanımları
    MASTER OF ARTS PROGRAM

    The program is open to all who have successfully completed an undergraduate program at an accredited institution and are interested in the issues of general and theoretical linguistics. Requirements for the Master of Arts degree in linguistics consist of minimum 24 credit hours of course work and a thesis. Students who have not taken the prerequisite undergraduate courses specified in the course descriptions are required to complete them successfully on a non-credit basis. Area electives in the program may be chosen from courses at 400 level or above in linguistics, or, with the consent of the advisor, in related fields. A maximum of eight credits may be transferred from other accredited graduate linguistics programs.

    First Semester     
    LING 501     Aspects of Phonology    
    LING 541     Syntactic Theory    
    -- --     Elective    
    LING 579     Graduate Seminar    
       
    Second Semester
    LING 512     Morphological Analysis    
    LING 522     English-Turkish Conrastive Grammar
    COMP --     Computer Elective    
    -- --     Elective


    COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
    LING 501 Aspects of Phonology (Sesbilim: Cesitli Yaklasimlar) (4+0+0) 4
    Various theoretical approaches to phonology and the application of these approaches are considered. Issues concerning the phonological structure of languages are investigated with data from individual languages.
    Prerequisite: LING 301 or consent of instructor.

    LING 504 Semantics (Anlambilim) (4+0+0) 4
    Discusses the nature of meaning in human languages. Focuses on problems in formal and substantive semantics.
    Prerequisite: LING 302 or consent of instructor.

    LING 512 Morphological Analysis (Bicimbilim Incelemeleri) (4+0+0) 4
    Aspects of morphological structures in linguistic analysis and various theoretical approaches to the subject. Issues concerning the morphological structure of languages are investigated with data from particular languages.
    Prerequisite: LING 301, 302 or consent of instructor.

    LING 522 English-Turkish Contrastive Grammar and its Application (4+0+0) 4
    (Ingilizce-Turkce Karsitsal Dilbilgisi ve Uygulamasi)

    A detailed analysis and comparison of English and Turkish structure at the phonological, morphological and syntactical levels, followed by analysis of written and textual material.
    Prerequisite: LING 301, 302, ENGL 201, TK 204 or consent of instructor.

    LING 531 Typology (Dil Tiplendirmesi) (4+0+0) 4
    Introduction of the concepts and methodology of linguistic typology. Exposure to a number of typologically different languages and to the issues inherent in typological studies.
    Prerequisite: Consent of instructor.

    LING 532 Linguistic Change and Comparative Methodology (4+0+0) 4
    (Dilde Degisim ve Karsilastirmali Dilbilim Yontemleri)

    The principle of language change seen in terms of sound systems, grammar and lexicon. Introduction to the comparative method as a means of showing relationships between languages.
    Prerequisite: LING 301, 302 or consent of instructor.


    LING 541 Syntactic Theory (Sozdizimi Kurami) (4+0+0) 4
    Analysis of the syntax of natural languages within the framework of generative grammar. Current issues relevant to this particular theory of grammar are considered.
    Prerequisite: LING 302 or consent of instructor.

    LING 552 Sociolinguistics (Toplumdilbilim) (4+0+0) 4
    Discusses the relation between language and society as well as the various functions of language in society. Aims at introducing some of the methodology used in sociolinguistic research.

    LING 571-572 Readings in Linguistics (Dilbilim Okumalari) (1+0+0) 1
    Individual readings in topics related to the interests of the student under supervision of the instructor.

    LING 579 Graduate Seminar (Lisansustu Seminer) (0+1+0) Non-credit
    The widening of students' perspectives and awareness through seminars offered by faculty, guest speakers and graduate students.

    LING 580-599 Topics in Linguistic Theory (4+0+0) 4
    (Dilbilim Kuraminda Konular)

    Extensive reading, discussion and research on topics selected by the instructor. Prerequisite: LING 301, 302 or consent of instructor.

    LING 601 Phonology (Sesbilim) (4+0+0) 4
    Study of a wide range of phonological phenomena found in natural languages. Description and analysis of such phenomena in theoretical terms.
    Prerequisite: LING 501 or consent of instructor.

    LING 602 Topics in Phonetics/Phonology (4+0+0) 4
    (Sesbilgisi ve Sesbilimi Kuraminda Konular)

    Focusing on certain issues, problems in phonetics/phonology and an in-depth study of the chosen topic(s).
    Prerequisite: LING 601 or consent of instructor.

    LING 604 Semantic Theory (Anlambilim Kurami) (4+0+0) 4
    Discussion of the major issues in linguistic semantics and theoretical approaches to these problems of meaning.

    LING 612 Morphological Theory (Bicimbilim Kurami) (4+0+0) 4
    Investigation of the theoretical and descriptive issues in morphological analysis of natural languages.
    Prerequisite: LING 512 or consent of instructor.

    LING 621 Topics in Turkish Linguistics I (Turk Dilbiliminde Konular I) (4+1+0) 4
    Recent literature on theoretical issues in Turkish phonology and morphology; in-depth research paper on selected topics.
    Prerequisite: Consent of instructor.

    LING 622 Topics in Turkish Linguistics II (4+1+0) 4
    (Turk Dilbiliminde Konular II)

    Recent literature on theoretical issues in Turkish syntax and syntax-morphology interface and semantics; in-depth research paper on selected topics.
    Prerequisite: Consent of instructor.

    LING 631 Issues in Language Typology (Dilsel Tipbilimde Konular) (4+0+0) 4
    Investigation of data presented by typologically different languages with an aim of uncovering implicational universals.
    Prerequisite: LING 531 or consent of instructor.

    LING 633-634 Caucasian Linguistics I-II (Kafkas Dilbilimi I-II) (4+1+0) 4
    Investigates the phonological, morphological, syntactic structures of Caucasian languages; analyzes the structural differences between the subfamilies of Caucasian languages and discusses the theoretical and descriptive issues inherent in the analysis.

    LING 635 Field Methods I (Alan Calismasi I) (4+2+0) 4
    Presentation of techniques of data elicitation in the phonological and morphological component of a language to which the students have not been exposed before.
    Prerequisite: Consent of instructor.

    LING 636 Field Methods II (Alan Calismasi II) (4+2+0) 4
    Presentation of techniques of data elicitation in the syntax and morphosyntax of a language to which the students have not been exposed before. Description and analysis of the syntactic and morphosyntactic properties of the language examined.
    Prerequisite: Consent of instructor.

    LING 641 Syntax (Sozdizimi) (4+0+0) 4
    Analysis of the syntactic structures of natural languages within a particular theoretical framework with the aim of investigating the nature of syntactic properties of languages and particularly Turkish.
    Prerequisite: LING 541 or consent of instructor.

    LING 642 Topics in Syntax (Sozdiziminde Konular) (4+0+0) 4
    Focus on theoretical issues inherent in syntactic theory; presentation and in-depth investigation of the properties of universal grammar.
    Prerequisite: LING 641 or consent of instructor.

    LING 651 Language Contact and Bilingualism (4+0+0) 4
    (Dil Deginimi ve Ciftdillilik)

    Focus on linguistic aspects of language contact such as borrowing, code switching, interference and creolistics. Attention paid to sociopsychological aspects such as attitudes towards bilingualism.
    Prerequisite: LING 411 or consent of instructor.

    LING 652 Codeswitching (Duzenek Kaydirma) (4+1+0) 4
    Main focus is on the grammatical aspects of code switching as well as morphological and morphosyntactic models explaining code switching behavior. Code switching in discourse will be studied and the relevance of language production models for code switching will be investigated.

    LING 661 Proseminar in Language Variation (4+0+0) 4
    (Dilsel Degisim Uzerine Onseminer)

    Focus on social and regional aspects of linguistic variation in general with particular emphasis on the situation in Turkey. Students will carry out independent research in one of the above-mentioned fields to collect data and analyze these within the relevant theoretical framework.
    Prerequisite: LING 411 or consent of instructor.

    LING 662 History of Linguistics (Dilbilim Tarihi) (4+0+0) 4
    Aims at providing a survey of the main issues and considerations relevant for each period of development of linguistics as the science of language.

    LING 671, 672 Readings in Linguistics (Dilbilimde Okumalar) (4+0+0) 4
    Extended individual readings on topics of interest to the student under the guidance of the instructor in the related field.

    LING 683-684 Seminar in Linguistic Theory I-II (4+0+0) 4
    (Dilbilim Kuraminda Seminer I-II)

    Investigation and analysis of advanced topics in various fields of linguistics through presentation of original research and group discussion.

    LING 680-682, 685-689, 691-699 Special Topics in Linguistics (4+0+0) 4
    (Dilbilim Kuraminda Ozel Konular)

    A group of courses designed for doctoral students, involving research and writing in a restricted field not covered in other courses or seminars.

    LING 690 Thesis (Yuksek Lisans Tezi)
    A research project on a topic of student's interest approved and guided by the thesis supervisor.

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