Linguistics Advisement FAQ
Departmental Advisement FAQ
Scheduling an Appointment
Current students may check their Registration Hold(s) on LoboWeb:
- Log-in to my.unm.edu using your UNM Net ID and Password
- Select the Student Life Tab
- Click on LoboWeb
- Click on Registration & Records
Registration (Add/Drop), Course search, Check for Holds
Check My Registration Status
Admissions Hold: Contact Admissions at 277-8900
Bursar Hold: Contact Bursar at 277-5363
New Student Learning Workshop Hold: Contact the Arts & Sciences Advisement Center at 277-4621 to reserve a spot in one of the workshops held daily (check your email for days/times available).
Graduation Planning Workshop Hold: Contact the Arts & Sciences Advisement Center at 277-4621 to reserve a spot in one of the workshops held daily (check your email for days/times available).
New to A&S Hold: Contact the Arts & Sciences Advisement Center at 277-4621 to set up appointment. Orientation Holds through the Dean of Students, call 277-3361.
Registration Errors and Restricted Sections
Check the catalog for prerequisite and/or co-requisite courses at catalog.unm.edu
A&S Advisor does not do any overrides for Linguistics students, except DUPLIC if students are trying to take more than one section of LING 490 topics in the same semester. Other overrides must go through Department Faculty Advisor
The major requires 33 hours (24 in required courses, 9 in approved electives) plus 4th semester of foreign language or equivalent (proficiency) for both 1st AND 2nd majors after 201610.
Required courses are: LING 301, 303, 304, 322, 331, 367, 412 or 446, 425 or 429.
The 9 credit hours in approved electives may be selected from courses in Linguistics or from courses in other departments approved by the department advisor. (Linguistics, NOT LANGUAGES).
See info in LING binder/department orientation presentation for details
LING Minor: The minor in Linguistics requires 21 credit hours of courses numbered 200 or above: 12 credit hours of required linguistics courses (LING 301, 303, 304, and 322) and 9 credit hours of electives. Same elective rules as for the LING major.
LING/SIGN/Navajo: Although LING, SIGN and Navajo are all technically in the same department (Linguistics), students can have combined programs (SIGN major with LING 2nd major or minor, or Navajo minor, LING major with Navajo minor, etc.)
The roadmap is structured on a 3-year plan for completing the major, since many students do not decide on Linguistics immediately as freshman. However, if students do have more time to complete the major, they should adjust their plan and spread out the workload, particularly of semester 4, since LING 304 is a very challenging course.