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German Minor

The minor consists of 6 classes. Receiving competency for a course does not mean you receive credit for it. German 300- and 400-level elective courses are used as substitutions for such classes as necessary.
Core Requirements:
GRMN 201 Intermediate German I done need
GRMN 202 Intermediate German II done need
GRMN 303 Composition and Conversation
GRMN 320 Age of Goethe: Faust
done need
GRMN 311 German Civilization and Culture                  
GRMN 314 Culture in German Speaking Countries
GRMN 315 The Post-War Germany
done need
GRMN 300+ Elective                                    done need
GRMN 300+ Elective                   done  need 
German Elective Courses:    
GRMN 321 Survey of German Literature  done need
GRMN 335 German Phonetics and Phonology  done need
GRMN 380 Special Topics in German Language, Literature, and Culture done need
GRMN 405 Independent Study (1/2 unit)  done need
GRMN 406 Independent Study                       done need
GRMN 461 20th-Century Fiction  done need
LING 320 Linguistics done need

• Two electives to be selected from German courses at or above the 300 level or Linguistics 320.

Each minor will be individually tailored to complement the student's interests and major field of study. A period of study abroad is highly recommended. 

• The following courses are recommended for those seeking teaching licensure in German: for teaching methods- Language 341; for composition and conversation-German 301; for civilization and culture German 311 or 314 or 315; for survey literature courses-German 320 and 321; for Linguistics- Linguistics 320: For placement and prerequisites at the lower level see "Foreign Languages."