The Hungarian minor requires 17 credits for completion, described as follows.
Students taking Hungarian learn to speak, listen, read and write in the language, just as students in other language courses do. In addition, students of Hungarian stand out as individuals with a rare skill, which may put them at an advantage for future job opportunities. Students pursuing this minor may also be interested in the Russiand and Eastern Europe or the European Union Studies certificates offered by the University Center for International Studies.
Students must complete the following language courses.
Students must complete one of the following courses. Optionally, a student may seek approval from the Less-Commonly-Taught Languages Center to substitute a course in another department that has at least a 25% on Hungary or Hungarian culture.