COM-339 The Story of Human Language

This course examines how language is created, acquired, and utilized. Topics examined in this course include the origin of language, differences between animal and human language, sound and word formation, language acquisition, verbal and nonverbal utilization, and its regional, social and cultural variations. These topics are fundamental to a greater understanding of human language and its use and origins. Lastly, this course provides an essential foundation for advanced courses in linguistics.

Study Methods:

Online Courses (COM-339-OL):
Jul 2017,  Aug 2017,  Sep 2017,  Oct 2017,  Nov 2017,  Dec 2017

Semester Hours: 3

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