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Minor in German

An important language closely related to English, German is the tongue of America’s third largest trade partner, of much scientific research, and of international diplomacy. It is also the language of music’s “3B’s” (plus Wagner, Mozart, and Mendelssohn), of Goethe, Marx, Einstein, Kant, and Freud, spoken not only in Germany, but also in Austria and Switzerland. As such, German is a staple of any sound general education, a language that will enhance a career and enrich personal pleasure and travel.

The minor in German requires a total of 18 credit hours beyond German 102, including the following minimum distribution:

Select two language based courses from the following:

  • GER 293 - Professional German
  • GER 300 - German Grammar and Composition
  • GER 301 - Advanced German Conversation and Composition I
  • GER 302 - Advanced German Conversation and Composition II


And select two German literature/culture/film based courses from GER 313 and above.