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B.A. in German

B.A. in German

  • Degree Other
  • Study Level Bachelors
Students are encouraged to declare their intent to major or minor in German in their sophomore year and to make an advising appointment with the director of undergraduate studies to discuss their academic plans, including options for a study abroad semester or year. Students must complete a minimum of 27 credit hours in German beyond Elementary German (210.161–162) and Intermediate German (210.261–262). Majors are required to complete the Advanced German sequence (210.361–362), which counts for six credits, and 21 credit hours of language (210) and literature, culture, and thought (213) courses. At least 12 of these remaining 21 credits must be for courses in German literature, culture, and thought (course number prefix 213). Students should receive no more than six credits for courses in translation.