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The Department of World Languages, Literatures and Cultures offers coursework leading to a minor in German. This minor can help you meet your foreign language requirement for many undergraduate degrees, as well as teach in-demand skills for the global marketplace.
Our faculty members include native speakers, leaders in national and international organizations and award-winning professors. Students who complete their minor will have advanced-level reading, writing, and communication skills in German.
The German Minor is designed to prepare students to communicate in the language and explore Germany’s role in today’s world. Students will be looking at Germany’s past and present contributions to literature, art, music, history, philosophy, politics, and economy.
Students majoring in areas such as art, business, communication, education, film, digital media, history, modern and classical languages, politics, and international relations, will find the German Minor an ideal companion to their specific field of study.