Double Majoring - Economics and German at UCI
PROGRAM OF STUDY
Students fulfill the School of Social Sciences’ requirements and the requirements for the Economics major. Students also fulfill the requirements for the German major. In addition to completing the German 1ABC and 2ABC sequences,* the typical German major will take ES 10 and ES 11, 6 upper-division courses taught in German, and 4 upper-division courses taught in English, two of which can also fulfill the upper-division elective requirement for the Economics major.**
Students must complete the Humanities Core Course or the Humanities Core Course alternative, most of which overlap with lower division writing and Gen. Ed. IV requirements.
In order to complete the double major in 4 years, you need to plan ahead, so consult your advisor right away to develop a course plan.
* Students with high school German or other experience with the language may place into German 2 or straight into upper-division, dependent on experience, years of instruction, and/or placement by UCI placement exam.
** Students double majoring in German and Economics complete the requirements of both majors, but they are allowed to double count two courses. Economics 164A or 164AW, The Industrial Revolution in Western Europe, and an additional upper-division Economics course focused on Germany taken in the Study Abroad program may count toward both majors.
Study abroad options through UCEAP include full-year immersion, summer, spring, fall-winter, and winter-spring programs in Berlin at the Free University, the Humboldt University, and the Technical University.
Internships are also available to students who request this option in advance and engage in the necessary preparation and planning. The internship program involves participation in Study Abroad in fall and winter in Berlin, and then an internship in the spring and summer of the junior year.
SAMPLE SCHEDULE FOR ECONOMICS/GERMAN MAJOR WITH JUNIOR YEAR STUDY ABROAD AND INTERNSHIP
|Intro Soc Sci
Intro Soc Sci
Soc Sci 3a
|JUNIOR YEAR IN GERMANY UCEAP|
* Fulfills major requirements for both Economics and German