The Native American Languages and Linguistics MA consists of 26 units of coursework plus 6 units of thesis.
- LING 527: Linguistics for Native American Communities
- LING 597A: Workshop in Descriptive Linguistics
- LING 521: Language Revitalization, Maintenance and Documentation
- LING 545A: Structures of Non-Western Languages
- LING 588: Linguistic Elicitation and Documentation
- LING 599: Independent Study*
- AIS/LRC 678: Contemporary American Indian Education & Research
- IRLS 674: Preservation of Digital Collections
- IRLS 554: Diverse Cultures, Communities, and Libraries
- LRC 795C: Language Planning and Education
* Independent Study units are scheduled with the approval of an advisor and students may work with a faculty member whose expertise is in the student's language or related topic.
A thesis is required and is evaluated by the student's committee. The topic of the thesis must also be approved by the committee.