||A Brief Description
||Introduction to Linguitics
||An inductory course surveying the core disciplines of linguistics: Phonetics, Phonology, Morphology, Semantics, and Syntax
||A course introducing the Korean language, including the writing system, Hangul, and useful basic expressions.
||Writing Systems of the World
||A study of the origins and development of human writing systems, looking at three cases of independent origin: Chinese characters, Mayan Glyphs, and Cuneiform in the Middle East. Also explores classification and functionality of the world's different types of writing systems.
||Teaches the student basic skills and methods used to analyse and understand phonological and morphophonological functions of various languages.
||Explores the biological aspects of the origin of human life in the context of anthropology as a whole; discusses anatomy, primate behavior and evolution, and anthropological history.
||Basic calculus concepts including derivatives, logs, integrals, etc.
||Language and Life in China
||A sociolinguistic class focused on language and how to relates to culture and life in China. Discusses various ethnic groups, language families, history, and cultural norms/behaviors.
||Introduction to Ancient Philosophy
||A lecture focused on origins of philosophical thinking in and around Greece, and how various schools of thought developed and spread through the region.
||A class introducing the Devanagari writing system and the HIndi language, with basic vocabulary, writing skills, and grammar.
||A simulated field linguistics class teaching methodology for work in the field with native speakers of foreign languages. Centered on the Georgian language, with the help of a Georgian linguistics student in the role of speaker.