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Minor in German Studies

The department offers two minor options; the DLCL offers two additional minor options.

MINOR IN GERMAN LANGUAGE AND CULTURE

Students may choose to minor in German Language and Culture if they are particularly interested in developing a strong ability in the German language, or in pursuing linguistic issues pertinent to German. Students satisfy the requirements for the minor in German Language and Culture by completing 35 units of course work, including at least three courses at the 100-139 level in either GERLANG or GERLIT, taught in German. Study at the Stanford in Berlin Center for at least one quarter is highly recommended.

MINOR IN GERMAN CULTURAL STUDIES

Students who wish to study German literature, culture, or thought, without necessarily acquiring facility in the German language, may pursue a minor in German Cultural Studies. Students meet the requirements for the minor in German Cultural Studies by completing 35 units of course work in German literature, culture, and thought in translation, including at least three courses at the 130- or 140- level.

MINOR IN LITERATURE AND MINOR IN MODERN LANGUAGES

The Division of Literatures, Cultures, and Languages offers undergraduate minor programs in Literature and in Modern Languages. Both of these minors draw on literature and language courses offered through this and other literature departments. See the "Literatures, Cultures, and Languages" section of this bulletin for further details about the minors and their requirements.

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