UMM

Curriculum Committee

Form B

 

Rev: 07/2004

 

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University of Minnesota, Morris

 

Curriculum Committee Form B:

Discipline Objectives and Requirements

 


All changes become effective the fall semester following Campus Assembly approval.

 

Date: September 20, 2004

Discipline/Division: German

 

 

I.   Introductory Statement:      

 

II.  Objectives:      

 

III.            Assessment:      

 

IV. Requirements for a Major:      

 

Ger 2001—Intermediate German I

Ger 2002—Intermediate German II

Ger 2011—Beginning German Conversation and Composition

Ger 3011—Readings in German

Ger 3021—Advanced German Conversation and Composition

Ger 3101—Survey of German Literature and Culture I

Ger 3102—Survey of German Literature and Culture II

Ger 3201—German Classicism or Ger 3211—German Romanticism at least one “Periods” course (German Classicism, German Romanticism, or German Modernism)

two three additional elective 3xxx or 4xxx courses (4 credits each) in German

Courses with grades of D may not be used to meet the major requirements.

In addition to the requirements for the major, students majoring in German are encouraged to complete at least one year of instruction in another foreign language.

 

V. Requirements for a Minor:      

 

Ger 2001—Intermediate German I

Ger 2002—Intermediate German II

Ger 2011—Beginning German Conversation and Composition

Ger 3011—Readings in German

Ger 3021—Advanced German Conversation and Composition

Ger 3101—Survey of German Literature and Culture I

Ger 3102—Survey of German Literature and Culture II

one two additional elective 3xxx or 4xxx courses (4 credits each) in German

Courses with grades of D may not be used to meet the minor requirements.

 

VI.            Requirements for Teacher Preparation:      

 

VII. Other heading (include heading title) :

Periods: Courses numbered 3201, 3202, 3203 provide an intensive exploration of a major German literary period such as Classicism, Romanticism, and Modernism.