Requirements for a Minor in German

German Students

"Every revolution evaporates and leaves behind only the slime of a new bureaucracy" Franz Kafka

For Majors of another discipline considering a minor in German

The German minor requires 21 credits hours of German coursework. Here are the courses you will need to complete a minor in German: 

German Courses for a Minor
LG 151 Introductory German I
LG 152 Introductory German II
LG 251 Intermediate German I
LG 252 Intermediate German II
3 300+ Electives (9 credit hours) which may include German courses taken abroad. 

For Foreign Languages majors

You can also fulfill the requirement for a minor by completing another foreign languages concentration (24 credit hours). Below are the classes you will need for a second concentration in German. 

Courses for a Second Concentration in German
LG 151 Introductory German I
LG 152 Introductory German II
LG 251 Intermediate German I
LG 252 Intermediate German II
4 300+ level courses (12 credit hours) which may include 9 credit hours of courses taken abroad.

Course Descriptions:

LG 151 Introductory German I
LG 152 Introductory German II
LG 251 Intermediate German I
LG 252 Intermediate German IILG 361 German Culture and Literature from the Beginnings through Classicism (3 hrs)
LG 362 German Culture and Literature of the Nineteenth Century (3 hrs)
LG 363 Modern and Contemporary German Culture and Literature (3 hrs)
LG 364 Highlights of German Culture and Literature (3 hrs)
LG 366 Advanced German Grammar (3 hrs)
LG 367 Advanced German Conversation (1 hr)
LG 368 Advanced German Composition (W) (3 hrs)

 

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