Minor in German Philosophy

This minor is available to students registered in a 120 credit hour Bachelor of Applied Computer Science, Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Commerce, Bachelor of Community Design, Bachelor of Computer Science, Bachelor of Informatics, Bachelor of Management, Bachelor of Music, Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Science (Medical Sciences) program.

Students must complete between 18 and 27 credit hours beyond the 1000 level from the following list:

  • GERM 2290.03: German: Romanticism: From Goethe to Hegel
  • GERM 2450.06: Kant and the History of German Idealism
  • GERM 2551.03: In Pursuit of Freedom from Luther to Nietzsche II
  • GERM 2600.03: 'Freiheit'. Freedom in German Literature and Thought I
  • GERM 2601.03: 'Freiheit'. Freedom in German Literature and Thought II. 19th and 20th Century
  • GERM 2650.06: Modern German Philosophy
  • GERM 3100.06: German Literature and Thought from Reformation to Enlightenment
  • GERM 3120.03: Origins of Comparative Religion from Hegel to Nietzsche
  • GERM 3450.03: Confronting Fascism
  • GERM 3550.03: Germany and the Environment
  • GERM 4100.06: Aesthetic Theory
  • GERM 4200.06: Seminar on Hegel's Phenomenology of Spirit
  • GERM 4250.06: Studies in German Idealism
  • PHIL 2650.06: Modern German Philosophy
  • PHIL 3630.03: History of Philosophy: Kant
  • PHIL 3635.03: History of Philosophy: 19th Century Philosophy
  • PHIL 4190.03: Topics in the History of Philosophy I: Wittgenstein

Other courses may be possible with departmental approval. Students must take nine credit hours from the German Department and nine credit hours from the Philosophy department.

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