German Major and Minors

Requirements for the German Major

Thirty-two (32) credits in German usually including GERM 202 and 330; at least two courses chosen from 302, 303, and 303; and additional German courses at the 300- or 400-level. IDIS 350 (faculty-led study abroad courses)  may count as elective in the major.

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Requirements for the German Minor

Twenty-six (26) credits including GERM 201, GERM 202, GERM 302, GERM 303, and any three additional courses at or above the 300 level. If the student can demonstrate intermediate, language competency through one of the accepted exams and, consequently, does
not have to take GERM 201 and GERM 202, he or she will replace those courses with additional courses at or above the 300 level.

Requirements for the Minor in Business German:

Twenty-six credits including GERM 302, GERM 303, GERM 313, GERM 325 or any 400-level GERM courses, GERM 499 or BUAD 499 or ECON 499 (for at least 1 credit). In addition, one of the following: (a)ACCT 101+ 102 + one BUAD 300+ OR (b) ECON 201+ 202 + one ECON 300+.

Business German minors can take no more than 29 credits in Business without applying for admission to the College of Business (declaring a Business Major).