Theory and analysis of natural language semantics from a variety of theoretical perspectives.
 Hours3.0 Credit, 3.0 Lecture, 0.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesLING 201 & LING 230; or LING 201 & ELANG 326
 ProgramsContaining LING 332
Course Outcomes

Understand and Apply Theoretical Framework and Analytical Techniques

Understand and apply a theoretical framework and analytical techniques to account for meanings of morphemes, words, phrases, clauses and sentences as determined by intrinsic language form and structure.

Complete a Semantic Analysis

Use a theoretical model to complete a semantic analysis at an intermediate level using appropriate methods and techniques.

Present Results of Semantic Analyses

Present the results of semantic analyses, showing awareness of foundational issues in theories of semantics.