Department Chair: Nancy Hall
Department Office: PSY 114
Linguistics Department Telephone / FAX: (562) 985‑5792 / (562) 985-2593
LING Faculty: Rebekha J. Abbuhl, Michael B. Ahland, Michael J. Fender, Malcolm A. Finney, Nancy Hall, Sarvenaz Hatami, Wendy Klein, Barbara LeMaster, Wanette Reynolds
Undergraduate: Nancy Hall
Graduate: Rebekha J. Abbuhl
Linguistics Department Administrative Coordinator: Gabriele Anton
Director/Advisor: Barbara LeMaster
Program/Advising Office: LAB 317
Telephone/Fax: (562) 985-2725 / (562) 985-7610
Office Video Phone: (562) 985-1449
Faculty: Barbara LeMaster, Wanette Reynolds
Administrative Coordinator and Lead Interpreter: Catherine Calen
College: College of Liberal Arts
Courses: LING, ASLD
English as a Second Language (ESL) Teacher • Computational Linguist • Bilingual Education Teacher • Intelligence Specialist • Researcher • Teacher • Linguist • Foreign Service Officer • Peace Corps Worker • Librarian • Interpreter • Immigration Officer • Lawyer • Philologist • Writer • Editor • Consultant (Some of these, and other careers, require additional education or experience. For more information, see www.careers.csulb.edu.) Various entry-level positions in business and industry are available for graduates regardless of academic discipline.
The department offers an undergraduate major and minor in Linguistics, a major and minor in ASLD, an undergraduate minor in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL), a Certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL), and the MA with four options; TESOL, General, Language and Culture and Special Option.
Students desiring general information should contact the department office. Advisors are available for individual appointments during the Fall and Spring semesters.
ProgramsUndergraduate DegreesGraduate and Professional DegreesMinorGraduate Certificates
CoursesAmerican Sign LanguageLinguistics
General Education Category A must be completed prior to taking any upper division course except upper division language courses where students meet formal prerequisites and/or competency equivalent for advanced study.