The German, Russian, and Slavic Minors

Minoring In German

The German minor requires a total of four courses. They include:

  • GERM 301, 302, and 303
  • And one additional course (3 credit hours) beyond GERM 204
Additional Qualifications for the German Minor

 

Minoring In Russian Culture

The Russian minor requires a total of five courses.

  • A minimum of five courses in any aspect of Russian language, literature, or culture. The first two semesters of Russian (i.e., RUSS 101/102) may not be counted toward this minor.
  • Students who participate in an approved study abroad program in Russia can earn some of the credit for this minor during their overseas stay.

Minoring In Slavic And East European Languages And Cultures

The Slavic and East European minor requires a total of five courses.

  • A minimum of five courses in any aspect of Slavic/East European language, literature, or culture. The first two semesters of any language may not be counted toward this minor (e.g., CZCH 401/402, PLSH 401/402, HUNG 401/402, RUSS 101/102, SECR 401/402).
  • Students who participate in an approved study abroad program in Russia or another East European country can earn some of the credit for this minor during their overseas stay.

Note: Topics courses may be repeated for credit toward the major or minor.