Effective Fall 2015
All students minoring in German must complete a minimum of 21 credits in the language of the minor, of which at least 15 credits must be upper-division (300- to 400-level).
Additional coursework may be required due to prerequisites.
All majors and minors in the department must earn a minimum grade of C (a grade of C- is not acceptable) in each upper-division course that carries the LGER subject code. Courses taught in English may not be used to meet the requirements for the minor.
|Lower Division (6 credits may apply toward the minor) 1||6|
|First-Year German I|
|First-Year German II|
|Intensive German I|
|Second-Year German I (GT-AH4)|
|Second-Year German II (GT-AH4)|
|Intensive German II|
|Upper Division 2,3||15|
|Select a minimum of 15 credits from the following, of which at least 3 credits must be culture or literature and at least 3 credits must be at the 400- level:|
|Reading and Writing for Communication-German|
|Approaches to German Literature 2|
|Introduction to German Translation and Interpreting|
|Issues in German Culture 2|
|Issues in Swiss and Austrian Culture 2|
|20th Century German Literature 2|
|Introduction to German Cinema Studies 2|
|Advanced German Communication Skills|
|Advanced German Oral Communication|
|Advanced German Translation and Intepreting|
|Advanced German Culture 2|
|Advanced Business German|
|Selected German Literary Movements and Periods 2|
|Genre Studies in German 2|
|Author Studies in German 2|
|Topic Studies in German 2|
|Advanced Studies in German Film 2|
|Seminar-German Language, Literature, and Society 2|
Students must complete lower-division language courses or place out of lower-division courses through the online placement test. Students who place into LGER 201 or LGER 300 will have to replace some or all of the lower-division credits with upper-division German classes or other language-appropriate, department-approved, non-LGER courses.
Designated courses count toward the culture or literature requirement.
Any transferred language courses, other than gtPathways courses, will be evaluated by the Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures for equivalency to CSU language courses or as substitutions for CSU language courses.