German, Scandinavian, and Dutch Studies

Major 

27 semester hours of coursework in German Scandinavian, and Dutch studies, including: 

  1. German, Scandinavian, and Dutch Studies 301 
  1. One tools course: language for research 
    1. One upper-division course in the same Germanic language used to fulfill the foreign-language requirement (usually German 328 or Norwegian 328); or
    2. One language course in a second modern Germanic language (usually 604 or the equivalent); or
    3. One course in an older Germanic language (Old Norse, Middle-High German, Gothic, etc.) 
  2. One foundations course out of three areas: film studies, narrative/textual studies, or linguistics that stresses methodology/theory as well as content areas, chosen from an approved list
  1. Five additional German, Scandinavian, and Dutch studies courses 
    1. Only one course may be lower-division 
    2. Additional foundations courses may be used to fill this requirement 
    3. Upper-division German courses may be substituted for up to three of the five German, Scandinavian, and Dutch studies courses; German 328 may not be used to fulfill this requirement
    4. Other substitutions may be approved by the German, Scandinavian, and Dutch studies adviser. 
  2. German, Scandinavian, and Dutch Studies 377, Capstone Research in German, Scandinavian, and Dutch Studies