NOTE: As a general rule, any GER or SCAN course counts, as do courses in other departments in which (a) at least 30% of the content focuses on Germany/Scandinavia or (b) at least 30% of the grade is based on an independent research project that the student has focused on the region. Consult the major checklist and minor checklist and the major/minor requirements for details.
Courses in the Department of German & Scandinavian
|Course Flyer||Course Name & Description|
GER/SCAN 300: The Quality of Life (NEW!)
This course is recommended for all students enrolled or thinking about enrolling in the Ger/Scan Studies major or minor.
More info coming soon!
Courses in other Departments
|GEOG 202||Geography of Europe||Murphy A||22542|
|HUM 260||Postwar European Cul||Sheridan G||26035|
|HIST 302||Modern Europe||Dracobly A||26761|
|HIST 427||Top Germ Intellect His||McCole J||26836|
|HIST 428||Top Issues 20c Europe||McCole J||22849|
|HIST 436||Top 10th C Germany||Wolverton L||26804|
|HIST 443||Top Nazi Germany||Luebke D||26834|
|MUS 351||Bach and Handel||TBA||24450|
|PHIL 433||Top Kant||Marren M||24993|
|PHIL 463||Top Arendt||Mann B||24995|
|PHIL 463||Top Heidegger||Vallega-Neu D||26525|
|PS 433||Marx & Radical Thought||Farrington A||26483|