German Studies Minor (18-19 credits)
Create and transmit knowledge concerning the German language, literature and culture in a climate that promotes ease of communication and mutual understanding.
- Speak, aurally comprehend, write and read German at a level suitable for graduate education or careers in business, government, social services or tourism.
- Explain and apply German cultural and historical perspectives to events and ideas in a globalized society.
- Analyze and critique original texts and cultural artifacts from German sources.
GL 301, 302, 303 Third Year German (12 credits)
and two upper-division hours in German (min. 6 credits)
(not GL 342, 343, 344, or other courses which are taught in English)
Students who begin coursework at a higher level than 301 can substitute other courses in consultation with their advisor. Students must maintain a 2.0 GPA in their minor courses.