The German Studies Minor offers students the opportunity to explore the broad interdisciplinary field of German and German-speaking Europe. The Minor, which will complement students’ areas of specialization, will allow them to attain proficiency in all language skills (reading, writing, speaking, and listening). It will also give students an optimal framework for attaining a solid foundation of knowledge, experience, and skills that will help them understand the culture, literature, and history of the German-speaking countries. Moreover, the Minor will help students understand the transatlantic relationship and prepare them to approach productively the challenges facing our increasingly global world. The Minor not only develops students’ analytic skills but also teaches them to recognize, negotiate, and appreciate cultural difference.
Minor in German Studies Requirements: 18 Credits
A minimum of 12 credits toward the minor must be taken at Creighton.
|Select 18 credits from the following courses:||18|
|German Literature and Civilization I: From the Middle Ages to 1871|
|German Literature and Civilization II: From 1871 to the Present|
|German For Business And Economics|
|Studies In Contemporary German Culture: The Last 25 Years|
|German Conversation 1|
|Introduction To German Literature|
|The New Berlin (3-week summer course in Berlin, Germany)|
|German 19th Century Literature|
|Contemporary German Literature|
|The Multiplicity of German Culture: Cultural Differences and Marginality|
|Reading German Films|
May be repeated to a limit of three credits.