The German minor is appropriate for those who have a special interest in the German language, literature, and culture; and those who intend to enter fields in which a background in foreign languages and literatures is desirable, such as international business and law, trade, journalism, science, library science, government service, and international service organizations.
A minor consists of five courses in German numbered 503 and above.
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The minor may include one course taught in English but not LLC 791 Methods of Foreign Language Teaching.
You do not need to declare a minor; however, it might be wise to meet with a faculty member from the German program to discuss your minor plan.
At the beginning of your final semester of study, you should complete a certification of completion of minor form, obtain the necessary signatures, and submit it to your Dean's Office.