German Language and Society Minor
David J. Limburg, Department of Modern Language Studies
This minor provides access to German culture as well as insights into our own culture. The program focuses on language- learning as a living, functioning and fun activity, and combines the development of language skills with the discovery of new ways to see and think about different cultures. It fosters international understanding and provides knowledge and skills that are becoming increasingly essential in our evolving global society.
The minor requires a minimum of 16 credit hours (four courses) at the 200 level or above, all taught in German.
|GERM 202||Intermediate German II||4|
|Select one of the following:||4|
|Contemporary German Culture|
|German Youth Culture|
|Culture and Society: The Weimar Republic|
Any GERM course at the 200 level or above taught in German in a German-speaking country
|Two GERM courses at the 200 level or above 1||8|
GERM 260 Independent Study, GERM 290 Internship, GERM 360 Independent Study, GERM 390 Internship, GERM 460 Independent Study, GERM 470 Senior Thesis, GERM 490 Departmental Honors with departmental permission.
Total credit hours required for German language and society minor is 16 credits