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German Studies (Minor)

The German Studies minor offers a basic proficiency in the German language along with a more in-depth exploration of the cultural landscape and history of German-speaking nations.

Course Requirements​

  • Three quarters of college-level German language (at any level).
  • HST 222 MODERN GERMANY, 1870-PRESENT
  • Four additional courses associated with the German-speaking world, chosen in consultation with the German Program Advisor from the list of German Studies Allied Courses below.  Please note that while this list of courses is extensive, it is not exhaustive.  Other courses not listed here could also be included in the German Studies minor after approval by the German Program Director.

German Studies Allied Course List

 Anthropology

Art and Architecture, History of   

History

International Studies

    Philosophy

    Political Science

    Psychology

      Students majoring in German (BA) or minoring in German are restricted from earning this minor.

       

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