General inventory of speech sounds possible in language, from both an acoustic and articulatory point of view.
 Hours3.0 Credit, 3.0 Lecture, 0.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesFor Fall 2013 & forward admits, Ling 210.
 ProgramsContaining LING 310
Course Outcomes

Producing and Transcribing Sounds

Produce and transcribe approximately 100 of the sounds of the world’s languages and describe the articulatory and acoustic properties of these sounds.

Transcribing and Explaining Phonetic Processes

Transcribe and explain the phonetic processes common to languages of the world.

Field Work in Phonetics

Perform field work in phonetics—learning to record and acoustically analyze phonetics data.

Phonetic Systems

Recognize the phonetic systems of several languages and how and why the languages are organized the way they are.