Minor in German
The Department welcomes students who are majoring in other departments and are also interested in completing a Minor Program in German.
Advising office in Hagerty Hall 355 Tel. 614 - 292-8485
Examples of German Minor scenarios (scroll to the bottom of document)
The German minor consists of 15 credit units beyond German 1103 and can be designed according to the student's particular interest. Students who wish to minor in German must also complete German 2101 (3 units), 2102 (3 units), and 9 units of Electives (of which one course taught in English is allowed). No more than 6 credit units can overlap between the GE and a minor. No more than 3 units of course work graded S/U may count toward the minor. A maximum of 6 units of transfer/EM credit is allowed.
If you intend to complete a Minor program in German, please contact our Undergraduate Studies Advisor in Hagerty Hall 355.
Minor in Scandinavian Studies
A minor in Scandinavian Studies consists of 15 units of coursework beyond Swedish 1103. In addition to three required courses, students choose two electives in consultation with the director of the Scandinavian Program:
Swedish 1101 (4 units), 1102 (4 units), 1103 (4 units)
Swedish 2101 — Texts and Contexts: Contemporary Swedish Language, Culture, and Society (3 units)
Scandinavian 3350 — Norse Mythology and Medieval Culture (3 units)
Scandinavian 4250 — Masterpieces of Scandinavian Literature (3 units)
Swedish 2193 — Individual Studies
Scandinavian 4150 — Reading Scandinavian Languages (3 units)
Scandinavian 4450 — The Films of Ingmar Bergman (3 units)
Scandinavian 5150 — Introduction to Old Norse-Icelandic (3 units)
Scandinavian 5251 — The Icelandic Saga (3 units)
Substitutions of courses may be possible in individual cases.
Contact Professor Merrill Kaplan for more information.
Minor in Yiddish
Yiddish and Ashkenazic AdvisingProfessor Gollance [contact information coming soon. Please contact the Academic Program Coordinator in the meantime]