Theological German Minor (M)
The Theological German minor is designed primarily for church workers, philosophy majors, history majors, psychology majors, and others, whose fields grew and were shaped by German thinkers. This directs the learning outcomes toward a fluency in reading and understanding theological German.
|GER 210||Intermediate Theological German I||3|
|GER 220||Intermediate Theological German II||3|
|GER 311||German Conversation and Composition||3|
|GER 315||Topics in German Conversation (3 semesters) 1||1|
|GER 316||Readings in German Theology||3|
|GER 331||Advanced German Grammar||3|
|GER 380||Die Lutherbibel||3|
Each one credit course (GER 315 Topics in German Conversation) will have a different topic. Students must take this course three different times for a total of three credits.