Thinking of Choosing a German Minor?

There are many great opportunities to be explored with a German Minor from the University of Michigan-Flint.

Through the minor, students will gain knowledge of German language, communication, and culture. Whether a foreign language is a requirement in your program or not, learning a second language is invaluable in its practical applications and is an impressive show of a focus on diversity, globalism, and motivation for future employers.

From famous literature to scientific discoveries, come and find out what a Minor in German has to offer.

German Minor

Foreign Languages and Literatures Department information  

Requirements


  • GER 111 - Beginning German I (4)
  • GER 112 - Beginning German II (4)
  • GER 205 - Reading German (1).
  • GER 206 - German Conversation (1).
  • GER 250 - Intermediate German (4)
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  • Two from:

  • GER 301 - Conversation & Composition I (3).
  • GER 308 - Business German (3).
  • GER 310 - Understand the German-Speaking Word (3).


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