German Minor

Minor Requirements

A minor in German requires eighteen hours of course work on the 200-level and above.

Course Title Credits
Select a maximum of two courses on the 200-level from the following:6
Intermediate German
Intermediate German
German Culture and Civilization
Viking Mythology
Select four courses on the 300-level and above from the following:12
German Conversation
German Conversation and Composition
Advanced German for Business and Other Professions I
German Kabarett Production
Study of German Abroad
Readings in German Literature
Selected Topics
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 Hours18

Notes

  1. 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.
  2. Students majoring in Business are encouraged to enroll in GERM 316 and GERM 416.
  3. A maximum of six hours of GERM 333, Summer Study Abroad, may apply to the German minor.
  4. Transfer credit from study in the exchange programs with Bamberg and Wittenberg may be included in the German minor.
  5. 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.