There are three required modules in the first year: Introduction to Grammatical Structure, Introduction to Phonology and General Linguistics: Understanding Language. Each of these are full year modules. You’ll also be able to select 30 credits from the First Year Language Option lists.
Year two’s core modules are Intermediate Phonology, Intermediate Syntax and Intermediate Semantics. These are single semester modules, all taken in semester one. You will also select 15-45 credits from Year Two List A and up to 30 from the Year Two Language Options.
In your final year you’ll have 4 core modules, Advanced Syntax, Current Issues in Phonology, Issues in Semantics and Dynamic Syntax. These are all single semester modules offered in semester two. In addition, you’ll select 30-60 credits from List A or List B, and up to 3 credits from the Open Option List.
The module lists can be found here.