Smart students realize the importance of choosing the right major for their future career. Even smarter students realize the importance of choosing a minor. When you supplement your degree with a foreign language, you’re telling future employers that you can navigate other countries and cultures in addition to your own; you’ve widened the playing field.
To earn a German minor, you must complete 15 credit hours. You can find the requirements at the following link:
Admissions and Certification of Minor
Once you’ve decided to add a German minor, you must download the departmental minor declaration form as well as the NC State minor declaration form (PDF) and get approval from your major adviser. You should then meet with Dr. Lutz Kube, your future German minor adviser, to develop a plan of study that indicates your required courses and expected dates of completion. A copy of this plan will be kept on file.
Before you graduate and to have the minor listed on your transcript:
Your certification paperwork must be completed no later than the registration period for your last semester at NC State. Please meet with Director of Undergraduate Advising Susan Navey-Davis to complete the final certification. Your minor will be officially recognized on your academic transcript.