A minor in German requires eighteen hours of course work on the 200-level and above.
|Select a maximum of two courses on the 200-level from the following:||6|
|German Culture and Civilization|
|Select four courses on the 300-level and above from the following:||12|
|German Conversation and Composition|
|Advanced German for Business and Other Professions I|
|German Kabarett Production|
|Study of German Abroad|
|Readings in German Literature|
|Practicum in Teaching German to Young Children|
|Advanced German Conversation|
|Advanced German for Business and Other Professions II|
|Medieval German Literature and Culture|
|The German Enlightenment and its Countercurrents|
|German Literature and Culture from 1800-1871|
|German Literature from 1890-1945|
|Post-War and Contemporary German Literature|
|Survey of German Culture|
|Advanced German Grammar|
|Introduction to German Linguistics|
|Topics in German Film|
|Selected Topics in German|
|Total Credit Hours||18|
- All six courses may be taken above the 200-level. Only one German course taught in English (GERM 280, GERM 290, GERM 398, or GERM 580) may count towards the minor.
- Students majoring in Business are encouraged to enroll in GERM 316 and GERM 416.
- A maximum of six hours of GERM 333, Summer Study Abroad, may apply to the German minor.
- Transfer credit from study in the exchange programs with Bamberg and Wittenberg may be included in the German minor.
- Students who begin their German minor with knowledge of German and who are placed in the 300-level or higher may petition for credit-by-examination (for a maximum of 6 credits). The student who wants to become proficient in communication skills would, most likely, take the GERM 310, GERM 311, GERM 411 sequence.