GERMAN

Beginning in Fall 2015, the major in German can be completed through any of three concentrations:

  • Literature and Culture
  • Multidisciplinary German Studies
  • German for Secondary Teaching

Each concentration builds upon a core of seven foundation courses (18 sem.hrs.) in language and literature, including Modern German Short Story, Writing and Research workshops in German Studies, and German-English Translation Workshop.

Goals of the German program


  • A German major will provide a competitive professional advantage
  • Students will achieve a high level of linguistic proficiency
  • Students will learn critical thinking and aesthetic interpretation
  • Students will experience professional-level use of German
  • Students will develop a broad knowledge of contemporary Germany and the European context    

As a student of German, your experience will include Intensive German language study Structured writing in German throughout All courses in German Multiple options for Study Abroad.

A major in German / German Studies is Multi-disciplinary

  • Core: German language, literature and culture
  • Electives:  History Political Science Philosophy Theater Arts Theology German Culture

You will develop critical reasoning throughout the program, as well as

  • Strong skills of interpretation
  • Research skills in German studies
  • Transferable skills for engaging critical contemporary issues

Beginning Fall 2015, the core is made up of these required courses:

  • GRMN 3000 Introduction to German Studies***
  • 3001 German composition and conversation*
  • 3500 Modern German Short Story**
  • 3510 Thematic Survey of German Literature
    or GRMN 3520 Individual Genres
    or GRMN 3530 Individual authors*
  • GRMN 4963 German Studies Writing Workshop and
  • GRMN 4962 German Studies Research Workshop
    Each workshop is 1-2 sem. hours; total 3 sem. hrs. required
  • 4961 Workshop in German to English Translation***

All students majoring in German (regardless of concentration) who elect to follow the 2015 Bulletin must complete these requirements.

Concentration in Literature and Culture Requirements: Four additional GRMN courses (these may include both GRMN 3200 and GRMN 3210)
Total 12 credit hours

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Concentration in Multidisciplinary German Studies Requirements: Four additional courses chosen from approved courses in HIST, PHIL, POSC, THEO, GRMN and THAR
Total 12 credit hours

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Concentration in German for Secondary Teaching Requirements: Same as Literature and Culture plus: Intermediate-High Oral Proficiency Interview, FOLA 4000 Teaching World Languages and Culture, Intensive Immersion experience, and other requirements as listed in the University Bulletin.

 

 

Faculty

Dr. Robert Jamison
Dr. John Pustejovsky
Mr. Justin Myers

 


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