Major Areas of Study: GERMAN
Course Offerings and Major/Minor Requirements
By number with credit-hours in parenthesis.
For more information on a specific course, visit the department web site.
- 111, 112. Beginning German I, II (4,4)
- 123. Masterpieces of German Literature in Translation (3)
- 211, 212. Intermediate German I, II (4,4)
- 251. German Table (1)
291. Advanced German Table (1)
- 301. Advanced German: Conversation and Pronunciation (3)
- 302. Advanced German: Grammar and Composition (3)
- 303. From the Middle Ages through the 19th Century (3)
- 304. From Expressionism to Post-war Literature (3)
310. Study Abroad Seminar (1)
- 325. Topics in Contemporary German Society (3)
- 340. Business German (3)
350. Modern German Cinema (3)
- 360. Topics in German Language and Culture (1-3)
- 431. German Culture Seminar (3)
Major Requirements (37 credit hours, if started at 112 or 211; 37 credit hours if starting at 111)
- Study Abroad
- German 123, 310, 431
- One course from another foreign language at the appropriate level
- Enrollment in German Table (251) expected every semester, required when not enrolled in a German course; 2 hours applied to major or minor
- No more than one upper level course taught in English is allowed to count toward major requirements.
Minor Requirements (17 hours)
Teacher Licensure Requirements
- Multi-age Foreign Language (Pre-K through age 21).
- Visit Education department pages for specific course requirements
NOTE: Major/minor requirements are in addition to the General Education in the Liberal Arts and Sciences Curriculum, which are required of all students to graduate.