Online German Minor
at The University of North Carolina
at Greensboro

  • 100% online delivery of 15-credit hour curriculum
  • Designed for pre-baccalaureate students - both degree-seeking and visiting
  • Program concentrates on language, literature and culture studies
  • Develops strong writing and communication skills crucial for careers in journalism, public relations, publishing and advertising, teaching, governmental service and international trade
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The quality of online courses and programs is extremely important to the faculty and administration of the sixteen campuses of The University of North Carolina. We strive to achieve the highest level of instructional quality and student satisfaction in all our online offerings. Our online offerings adhere to several external standards of quality.

Course Registration

Registering for an Online or Exchange course with UNC Online is easy.
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  • View Course Details for the course you want
  • Add courses to your Basket to save and register later
  • Complete the registration process by agreeing to the terms of your Home and Host campuses.


Classes listed as Face-to-Face in ANY of the Exchanges are actually held via video conferencing. You can attend from your HOME campus.

The UNC Online Exchange affords students the opportunity to enroll in courses at campuses other than their home campus at no additional cost. Each exchange represents a different discipline.


This program, located in Perugia, Italy, begins with a four-day tour in Rome! While in Rome, students will visit ancient ruins such as the Coliseum & the Sistine Chapel. Then, participants will study at the University for Foreigners in Perugia, the ideal location for students who wish to acquire a genuine experience of Italian life, culture, history, and culinary art in a safe, student friendly environment, all while earning 6 academic credits.

Students can fulfill the GER in Foreign Language and the GEP in Global Knowledge, saving two foreign language semesters at NCSU. Culture courses are taught in English. No previous Italian experience is needed and no placement test is required!

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