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4-year Bachelor of Arts degree map for German
This major also available fully online via Ecampus.
GERMAN MAJOR - 45 upper division credits
Required courses: Grading, B- or better in each course, S/U grades not accepted.
WLC 301* (4). Introduction to World Language and Culture Studies, *Baccalaureate Core Course (BCC)
GER 311, GER 312, GER 313 (3,3,3). Third-Year German
GER 411^, GER 412, GER 413. Fourth-Year German (3,3,3). Fourth-Year German, ^Writing Intensive Course (WIC)
At least 23 credits of upper-division elective courses taught in German, or WLC courses with topics relevant to the major.
Study Abroad/Internship Abroad
Language majors must participate in a pre-approved study abroad program or internship experience in a German-speaking country. Students who do not find a program that fits their academic needs or whose ability to travel is restricted may submit a petition for modification of this requirement to a World Languages and Cultures program advisor.
BA Language Requirement
First two years of the language (GER 111 through GER 213 either taken or tested out with at least a C-) count as the BA second language requirement.