German Language Studies
Broader in scope than the traditional minor which emphasizes linguistic competence, the German Studies minor combines systematic language study with courses in geography, history, civilization, and politics to enhance students' understanding of the global context of the language they have chosen to study. A languages studies minor requires 18 approved semester credits, including nine credits of language and civilization study beyond the intermediate level (GERM 311, GERM 312 and a civilization course in the language), a six-credit sequence in history, and an approved three-credit elective in Anthropology, Geography, or Political Science; study abroad is strongly encouraged.
German Studies Minor
Required Credits: 18
|German Studies Core Requirements|
|GERM 220||German Culture & Society (may be completed through study abroad)||3|
|GERM 311||German Conversation and Composition I||3|
|GERM 312||German Conversation and Composition II||3|
|Must be a sequence. Or a history sequence appropriate to student's area of study|
|HIST 101||Western Civilization I||3|
|HIST 102||Western Civilization II||3|
|Additional Electives: Select one of the following:||3|
|Introduction to Cultural Anthropology: Peoples of the World|
|World Regional Geography|
Minor Requirements and Notes
- A minimum of 9 credits must be taken at NDSU.