Bachelor of Arts (BA)
Why choose German Studies?
Language is the primary medium of human culture and expression. It is the fundamental vehicle not only of the routine of daily life but also of our highest intellectual aspirations and achievements. The Minor in German opens doors to new ways of understanding the world and the self through the study of language, culture and literature. Delve into the language of one of the world’s great economic and scientific powerhouses, and gain competence in the language of great thinkers such as Nietzsche and Kant.
Starting from the four basic language skills – speaking, listening, reading and writing – the minor integrates innovative approaches to the study of the grammar, culture, civilization and literature of the German-speaking world.
- Minor in German Studies (30 credits)
Minimum cut-off averages and course requirements
- Quebec CEGEP: 20
- High School: C+
- ACT or SAT is NOT required
- Canadian curricula course requirements
- Accepted international qualifications
- International Baccalaureate (IB) diploma: 26
- Baccalauréat français: 11
- British system of education (GCE):
- A-levels: At least two A-level exams CD or
- AS-levels: At least 4 AS-level exams with equivalent results or
- BTEC: Level 3 Diploma or Extended Diploma in a related subject area with equivalent results
- Additional information for British System of Education (GCE) applicants
- University Transfers (internal/external): C
Course requirements for admission
None. You must meet Concordia’s minimum admission requirements.
Minimum cut-off averages should be used as indicators. The cut-off data may change depending on the applicant pool. Applicants who meet the stated minimum requirements are not guaranteed admission to these programs.
Concordia International, in collaboration with the various faculties and the School of Graduate Studies, administers student exchange and internships with Concordia's partner universities and other institutions of higher learning around the world. This exchange enhances relationships between the people and cultures of different countries and promotes international education.
Participating students remain registered at Concordia University and spend from one term to one academic year taking courses, doing research, or participating in an internship program. For complete details, please see the Undergraduate Calendar.
Exchange programs can take several forms, including:
- Introductory/Intermediate/Advanced German
- Introduction to Modern German Literature I and II
- Dramatic Representations in German Cultures
- Narrative Representations in German Literature
Consult the undergraduate calendar for a complete list of current courses.