The minor in German requires a minimum of 15 s.h. in college-level German courses, including at least 12 s.h. in courses taken at the University of Iowa. All Department of German courses numbered 3000 or above count toward the minor. Students must maintain a g.p.a. of at least 2.00 in all courses for the minor and in all UI courses for the minor. Course work in the minor may not be taken pass/nonpass.
The minor must include 9 s.h. in Department of German courses (prefix GRMN) numbered 3000 or above. It also may include a maximum of 3 s.h. in Department of German courses numbered 2002-2100.
Students may count one Department of German course taught in English and numbered 2500-2999 toward the minor by registering for 4 s.h. of credit for the course instead of 3 s.h.; the additional 1 s.h. of credit reflects an added research component. See "German in Translation Courses" below. View 3000-level course selections (prefix GRMN) under the Courses section. Courses taught in English that are taken for 3 s.h. do not count toward the minor in German.
With the approval of the director of undergraduate studies, students may count up to 6 s.h. earned in study abroad at a university in a German-speaking country toward the minor.
German in Translation Courses
|GRMN:2550||Mardi Gras and More: Cultures of Carnival||3-4|
|GRMN:2618||The Third Reich and Literature||3|
|GRMN:2620||Anne Frank and Her Story||3|
|GRMN:2630||German Cinema: Greatest Hits||3-4|
|GRMN:2650||German Nationalism After WWII||3-4|
|GRMN:2655||Muslim Minorities in the West||3-4|
|GRMN:2660||Magic Mirrors, Self-Discovery, and Murder: Gender Trouble in German Literature||3-4|
|GRMN:2666||Pact with the Devil||3-4|
|GRMN:2675||The Politics of Memory: Holocaust, Genocide, and 9/11||3-4|
|GRMN:2720||Germany in the World||3-4|
|GRMN:2770||Norse Mythology: Gods, Heroes, and Monsters of Northern Europe||3-4|
|GRMN:2775||Scandinavian Crime Fiction||3|
|GRMN:2780||King Arthur Through the Ages||3-4|
|GRMN:2785||The Fantastic and Supernatural in German Fiction and Film||3-4|