For information, contact the Department of German, Russian, Asian, Middle Eastern Languages and Cultures, 172 Irvin Hall, 513-529-2526.
Students must accumulate 18 semester hours at 200 level or above. GER 201 and GER 202 may count. All German courses (except those offered only credit/no credit) must be taken for a grade. You must coordinate your program with a department advisor.
(18 semester hours)
|GER 301||German Language Through the Media||3|
|GER 311||Passionate Friendships in German Literature from the Middle Ages to the Present||3|
|or GER 312||Coming of Age in German Life and Thought|
|GER 321||Cultural Topics in German-Speaking Europe Since 1870||3|
|or GER 322||Comparative Study of Everyday Culture: German-Speaking Europe and the|
|Select one GER course at 400 level or above||3|
|Electives to total 18||6|
|One three-hour GER course taught in English may be taken toward the minor except FRE 212/GER 212; GER 309/ATH 309, ENG 303/SPN 303|
|GER 201, GER 202, GER 151-400 may be taken|
|Total Credit Hours||18|