Major B combines resources of the Department of German Studies with a coherent selection from those of other departments and programs, such as Art History, Comparative Literature, Film Studies, Geography, Government, History, Jewish Studies, Music, Philosophy, and Religion. In principle, any relevant course in the Dartmouth curriculum that is approved by the Department of German Studies may qualify for this major.
The prerequisites: any two of the following: German 6 or German 8 [starting in 14X, German 10.00]; German 9 [starting in 13F, German 10.01], German 10 [starting in 14S, German 10.02], German 11 [starting in 14W, German 10.03]. Or permission of the Chair.
The major-level requirements: six courses from the Department of German Studies numbered above German 13 (German 42-47, which are in translation, require additional work in German, and normally only one such 40s course may count towards a major); four courses beyond the introductory level that are taught in other departments or programs and are approved by the Chair of the Department of German Studies.
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