- Christmas Market in Magdeburg
- Neuschwanstein Castle in Bavaria
- Gutenfels Castle in the Rhine Valley
- Cologne Cathedral and Hohenzollern Bridge
- Brandenburg Gate in Berlin
Why choose German?Germany's 83 million inhabitants make it the most populous European nation. Germany has the largest economy in the European Union and the fourth largest in the world. With knowledge of German, you can improve your employment opportunities. German is still a leading language of science, literature, art, philosophy and history. Learn German and get to know one of the great European cultures!
Interested in Degree Programs?
Teacher Certification in German
Benefits of studying German...
- Fulfill your Foreign Language requirement by taking Elementary German I and Elementary German II...
- Enhance your job marketability by adding a German minor to your current major:
- With 3 (sometimes 2) years of high school German: Students take Intermediate German I and II, and 4 classes (12 credits) on the 3000 and/or 4000 level.
- With 4 or more years of high school German: Students can be exempted from 4 to 8 credits Intermediate German. Students take 4 classes (12 credits) on the 3000 and/or 4000 level.
- Fulfill your General Education requirement (Humanities) by taking Intermediate German I and Intermediate German II...
- Fulfill your electives requirement in the Entrepreneurship Minor by taking
- German Culture and Civilization (FLG 3200) and German for Business (FLG 3330)
Get involved in our German Activities and Organizations!
Spend a semester—or even a year—in beautiful and historic university towns in Germany! Our partner universities are Leuphana Universität in Lüneburg and Julius-Maximilians-Universität in Würzburg. German classes and also classes (taught in English) in other subjects.
Study Abroad scholarships are available.
For a full listing see Catalog.
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Some of our Topics Courses (3 credits each):
- German Film for Conversation
- German Legends and Fairy Tales
- Contemporary Forms of Communication
- Survey of German Film
- Advanced Grammar
- New in Fall 2012: The Nazi Past in German Film
(in collaboration with History Department)