I. Departmental requirements:
- Completion of 21 hours of coursework taught in German at the level of GERM-2302 or higher, including GERM-3301 and either GERM-3305 or GERM-3306.
- Completion of 9 additional hours of upper-division German (GERM) or of any of the accepted German Studies courses taught in English (GRST).
The accepted German Studies courses are as follows:
|Course ID||Course Title|
|GRST-1314||Art and Architecture of Medieval Europe (also listed as ARTH-1314)|
|GRST-2332||Play Structure and Analysis (also listed as THTR-2332)|
|GRST-2432||European Frontiers, 1848-Present (also listed as HIST-2432)|
|GRST-2352||Acting II: Scene Study (also listed as THTR-2352)|
|GRST-3401||Yiddish Language, Culture, and Film (also listed as ML&L-3401)|
|GRST-3307||Berlin: From Cabarets to Communists|
|GRST-3315||Decadence: German Literature around 1900|
|GRST-3332||History of Theatre II: From Romanticism to Performance Art (also listed as THTR-3332)|
|GRST-3334||Modern Germany (also listed as HIST-3334)|
|GRST-3338||History of the Holocaust (also listed as HIST-3338)|
|GRST-3341||Music History I: Ancient Greece to Baroque (also listed as MUSC-3341)|
|GRST-3342||Music History II: Classical Era to the Present (also listed as MUSC-3342)|
|GRST-3343||Mozart (also listed as MUSC-3350)|
|GRST-3470||European Politics (also listed as PLSI-3430)|
|GRST-3471||Political Economy of U.S., Europe, and Japan (also listed as PLSI-3431)|
|GRST-3472||Masters of Suspicion: Contemporary Political Thought (also listed as PLSI-3463)|
|GRST-3401||Yiddish Language, Culture, Film (also listed as ML&L-3401)|
|GRST-3435||Global City Berlin (also listed as PLSI-3435)|
|GRST-3440||Northern Renaissance Art in the 15th Century (also listed as ARTH-3440)|
|GRST-3460||German Idealism (also listed as PHIL-3423)|
|GRST-3461||Nietzsche and German Philosophy (also listed as PHIL-3426)|
II. University requirements:
Completion of all other required elements of the Pathways curriculum and at least 120 credit hours.
In order to be granted full acceptance for admission to a major in Chinese, French, German, Russian, or Spanish, a student must have completed the GERM-3301 course in that language with a grade of C or better.
The Department of Modern Languages and Literatures offers an Honors Program in Chinese, French, German, Russian, and Spanish. The requirements for Honors in Modern Languages and Literatures are the same as the university requirements. A full description of the program is available in the departmental office.