The Joint Major in Linguistics and German
Successful completion of four courses in German (12 credits): 110, 120, 230 and 240 (or equivalent). Thirty credits distributed between Linguistics and German, including all of the following:
Students are encouraged also to take graduate courses in the older Germanic languages for undergraduate credit (e.g., German 701, 702, 703, 704, 705, 810, 811, 812). They may also opt to take courses in German literature or civilization, and courses, including language instruction, in Danish, Dutch, or Swedish.
Junior Year Writing requirement:
Common requirements for all majors:
College of Humanities and Fine Arts requirement:
See the Undergraduate Program Guide for more details about College requirements.
University Graduation requirements:
See the Undergraduate Program Guide for more details about University graduation requirements, including General Education requirements.