AP/LING 4220 3.00
An investigation of acoustic-phonetic aspects of speech and their relation to speech perception and recognition. Practical experience in techniques of acoustic-phonetic research.
Prerequisite: AP/LING 2110 3.0 and AP/LING 2120 3.0 with grades of C+ or better, and at least six credits in linguistics (LING) at the 3000-level with grades of C+ or higher, or permission of the department. AP/LING 3120 3.0 is recommended.
Course credit exclusions: None.