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See also Slavic Languages and Literatures.
Emeritus Professor: Gerhard Clausing, Ph.D.
Emeritus Associate Professor: Cornelius Schnauber, Ph.D.
The USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences offers a variety of courses from basic and advanced language classes to literature classes and general and cultural topics.
Note: Students are no longer being admitted as majors in German.
German Minor Requirements
|Required courses, Lower division||Units|
|GERM 101||German I||4|
|GERM 102||German II||4|
|GERM 201||German III, Conversation and Composition||4|
|GERM 221||Conversational German IV, or the equivalent by test||4|
|Required courses, Upper Division||Units|
|Four courses — 16 units in the two areas of concentration.|
|One course from the following:|
|GERM 310*||Business German I||4|
|GERM 311*||Business German II||4|
|GERM 470||Advanced Composition and Stylistics||4|
|Three elective courses from the following (only one course each from HIST and IR may be counted toward the minor):|
|GERM 320||Composition and Conversation on Contemporary Affairs||4|
|GERM 325||Composition and Conversation in Cultural History||4|
|GERM 330||Introduction to Literary Studies||4|
|GERM 346||German Folklore and Popular Culture||4|
|GERM 352||Colloquium on Poetry||4|
|GERM 353||Colloquium on Prose||4|
|GERM 360||20th Century German Prose: Texts and Films||4|
|GERM 410||Profile of German Literature I||4|
|GERM 420||Profile of German Literature II||4|
|HIST 323||The Holocaust in 20th Century Europe||4|
|HIST 414||Contemporary Europe||4|
|HIST 427||The German Question: Nation and Identity in Modern Central Europe||4|
|HIST 428||Life and Death in Nazi Germany||4|
|HIST 445||Comparative History and Theory of Fascism and Nazism||4|
|IR 369||Contemporary European International Relations||4|
|IR 385||European Foreign Policy and Security Issues||4|
|IR 468||European Integration||4|
|POSC 463||European Politics||4|