The UW-Platteville Department of Humanities offers a minor in German for students interested in combining a minor in a foreign language with other areas of study for the purpose of enhancing communication skills and career opportunities. Likewise, apart from the intellectual development that results from the study of the German language and francophone culture, students may also find professional employment in many different areas, including international business, marketing, civil service, and teaching.
The minor requires a total of 24 credits with a minimum of eight credits selected from courses numbered 3000 or higher. Students who minor in German must have a grade point average of no lower than a 2.50 in the German courses they take.
|Select 24 credits with a minimum of eight credits selected from courses numbered 3000 or higher: 1||24|
|GERMAN 1240||Elementary German||4|
|GERMAN 1340||Elementary German||4|
|GERMAN 2240||Intermediate German||4|
|GERMAN 2340||Intermediate German||4|
|GERMAN 3000||Foreign Languages Travel Abroad Seminar 2||1-4|
|GERMAN 3220||German Conversation and Composition I||2|
|GERMAN 3320||German Conversation and Composition II||2|
|GERMAN 3330||German Literature of the 20th Century||3|
|GERMAN 3430||German Literature of the 19th Century||3|
|GERMAN 3530||German Civilization||3|
|GERMAN 4250||Supervised Independent Study||1-4|
German 2440 does NOT count toward the minor unless special arrangements have been made.
Students interested in teaching may satisfy the language immersion requirement by enrolling in GERMAN 3000 for at least two credits. See the German instructor for details.