Modern and Classical Languages
Whether you are thinking about an international career or just yearn for a life of travel, a minor in German can prepare you for the world ahead, or signal to employers and graduate schools that you are ready for international opportunities. A minor involves taking six courses, as described below, and can augment your major program.
|Required Courses (6-18 credit hours) 1|
|GER 301||GERMAN CONVERSATION AND COMPOSITION I||3|
|GER 302||GERMAN CONVERSATION AND COMPOSITION II||3|
|GER 101||BEGINNING GERMAN I||3|
|GER 102||BEGINNING GERMAN II||3|
|GER 201||INTERMEDIATE GERMAN I||3|
|GER 202||INTERMEDIATE GERMAN II||3|
|Electives (3-15 credit hours)|
|Areas of Advanced Study|
|Select 3-15 credit hours from the following:||3-15|
|MODERN GERMAN LITERATURE IN TRANSLATION|
|Total Credit Hours||21|
Students who begin with GER 101 must select one (1) course within the advanced study area. Students who begin with GER 102 must select two (2) courses within the advanced study area. Students who begin with GER 201 must select three (3) courses within the advanced study area. Students who begin with GER 202 or higher must select four (4) or more courses from the advanced study area for a total of 21 credits.
Courses in English translation must have the readings done in German, exams and papers must be written in German for credit towards minor.