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Query Subject:   Query: undergrad/grad classes in syntax
Author:   Stanley Dubinsky
Submitter Email:  click here to access email

Query:   I am trying to find out about common practice as regards mixing (or
not mixing) graduate and undergraduate students in "introduction to
syntax" and "introduction to phonology" courses. I know that in some
institutions undergraduate majors and first year graduate students
take the same course, while at other institutions a separate course is
offered for each group.

Please reply to: dubinsky@sc.edu

1. For first semester syntax and phonology,
my institution offers {one course/separate courses} for
graduate and undergraduate students.

2. If one course is offered, are requirements/grading standards
different for each group?

3. Department name, university name.

Thanks. I'll post a summary if I receive a sufficient number of
replies.

Stanley Dubinsky e-mail: dubinsky@sc.edu
Director phone: 803-777-2063
Linguistics Program phax: 803-777-7514
U of South Carolina http://www.cla.sc.edu/LING/index.html
Columbia, SC 29208


LL Issue: 15.1352
Date posted: 29-Apr-2004



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