A minor in Scandinavian adds depth to many other major courses of study, especially those with special stakes in Scandinavian material, such as Architecture, Environmental Design, Economics, History, Political Science, Comparative Literature, Film, and English. It is not necessary to study a Scandinavian language to minor in Scandinavian; all upper-division courses are taught in English with texts in translation and are easily accessible to students with general interests in Scandinavian culture.

The requirements include five upper-division courses, one of which must be a course from the Scandinavian history sequence (Scandinavian 123, 127, 128).
The other four courses may be electives of the student's choosing.

Students with credit from EAP courses in Denmark and Sweden should consult with the Faculty Undergraduate Adviser for help in determining requirement equivalencies.

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