Minor in German

A minor in German consists of: four introductory lower-level courses and 12 credit hours above GERM 202

Four introductory lower-division courses
GERM 101First Year German I4
GERM 102First Year German II4
GERM 201Second Year German I4
GERM 202Second Year German II4
12 credits of electives from the following. Note: A maximum of 3 credits may come from 206, 306, or 406.
GERM 206Germany in a Global World3
GERM 304German Phonetics: History, Dialect, and the Living Language3
GERM 306Contextualizing Culture: Introduction to German Studies3
GERM 307Communicating Cultures I3
GERM 308Communicating Cultures II3
GERM 310Screening German Cultures3
GERM 404German Stories, German Histories3
GERM 405Mediating Cultures: Social Discourse in German-Speaking Countries3
GERM 406Literary Voices in Translation3
GERM 409Madness and Genius: An Introduction to German Intellectual History3
GERM 413Advanced German Grammar Review3
LANG 318Individual Arranged Study Abroad1-12
LANG 320Faculty-Led Study Abroad1-12

A maximum of one English-language course (GERM 206 Germany in a Global World, GERM 306 Contextualizing Culture: Introduction to German Studies or GERM 406 Literary Voices in Translation) may count toward the minor.

Majors and minors are encouraged to make their interests known early in their academic career, including the desire to study in a German-speaking country, particularly for programs administered through partner institutions. In addition to the department-wide Arneberg and Larsen scholarships, the German Program, awards the Max Kade, Stoltz and Rogers scholarships as well as the Boswau Endowment Fund exclusively to qualified students of German.