Enhance your liberal arts experience. Linguistics is a highly interdisciplinary field. Since language is part of everything we do, it’s hard to find a discipline that can’t benefit from a linguistic perspective.
Engage in undergraduate research with Luther’s unique Capstone Project. The Capstone Project, the final step to achieving a linguistics minor, allows students to conduct original research that bridges the gap between linguistics and their major.
Study linguistics through multiple perspectives. Luther offers courses in theoretical linguistics, like phonology, morphology, and syntax, but we also offer applied linguistics courses like LING 241: Breaking the Language Barrier and LING 250: Language Sustainability.
Almost any discipline can benefit from a linguistic perspective. Learn about the value of the linguistics courses at Luther.See Courses
From capstone projects to presentation opportunities, Luther's linguistic program helps you learn how to conduct research at the undergraduate level.Read More
Students can pursue an individualized interdisciplinary major incorporating an in-depth study of linguistics and another discipline.Learn How
Study in linguistics prepares students for a wide variety of careers including education, health sciences, business, and law to name a few.View Opportunities