Interdisciplinary Information Science PhD Program
with a Concentration in Linguistics - Degree Requirements

Program Core Courses
(a minimum of 12 credit hours, these courses are the same for every concentration or general program of study in the IIS PhD program)
 

INFO 6000 - Seminar in Information Science
INFO 6660 - Readings in Information Science
INFO 6700 - Seminar in Communication and Use in Information
INFO 6945 - Doctoral Seminar in Information Issues
 

Research Courses (a minimum of 21 credit hours.  Courses indicated with an asterix are required.)
 

*INFO 6940 - Inquiry and Research Design or equivalent
*LING 5070 - Bibliography and Research Methods (or 6000 level equivalent)
*ANTH 5031/5032 - Ethnographic and Qualitative Methods
LTEC 6510 - Introduction to Research         
LTEC 6511 - Analysis of Research (Factor Analysis)  
LTEC 6512 - Analysis of Qualitative Research          
LING 6514 - Seminar on Advanced Research Topics  
LING 6950 - Dissertation hours
 

Concentration core (required, 18 hours of the courses listed in (3) or equivalent as approved of by the advisor)
 

LING 6010 - Morphosyntax
LING 6020 - Syntax II
LING 6040 - Computational Linguistics I
LING 6050 - Phonology II
LING 6110 - Linguistic Variation
LING 6030 - Semantics
 

Concentration Electives (a minimum of 9 hours of the following courses or equivalent as approved by the advisor)
 

LING 6120 - Annotation Standards
LING 6130 - Natural Language Processing
LING 6150 - Semantic Ontology
LING 6800 - Topics in Linguistics
LING 6900 - Directed Study in Linguistics
LING 6060 - Data Analysis in Human Language Technology (HLT) I
LING 6060 - Data Analysis in Human Language Technology (HLT) II