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Details of FMU's German Program

MODERN LANGUAGES - GERMAN TRACK

Coordinator: Dr. George E. Harding III

MAJOR

A major in Modern Languages - German Track requires the following:

1. Twenty-four hours above the 199 level, including German 301, 302, 401, and 402.

2. Minor/collateral requirements (two options)

a) two 12-hour collaterals approved by the faculty adviser

b) an 18-hour minor approved by the faculty adviser

The minimum number of semester hours required in major courses for a major in Modern Languages - German Track is 30. The minimum number of semester hours in all courses (major and nonmajor) required for the major in Modern Languages - German Track is 120.

MINOR

A minor in German requires 18 semester hours above the 199 level.

COLLATERAL

A collateral in German requires 12 semester hours above the 199 level.

A collateral in modern languages requires 12 semester hours including the completion of 202 in two modern languages.

OTHER INFORMATION

Placement tests will be administered to all students with two or more years of high school work in German if German is to be continued at Francis Marion University. Credit will be given for each semester's work exempted, including German 101. A student may not take for credit a course for which he/she has earned exemption credit, but he/she may audit without special approval a course from which he/she has been exempted. A student may not repeat for credit a 100- or 200-level language course once he/she has received credit for another course at a higher level in the same language.

 

 

Last Published: February 28, 2011 7:12 AM
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