Our German program combines linguistic competence with practical outcomes. Coursework on campus—or at our three study-abroad sites—hones effective writing, speaking, and critical thinking skills in German and English. Our innovative classes on topics like the ethics of Grimms’ Fairy Tales, Holocaust Studies, and Migration and Culture address the stakes of our times. Hallmarks of our German program are flexible opportunities to study abroad in Austria (Salzburg) and Germany (Berlin or Eichstätt) and one-on-one professional guidance from faculty on internships, scholarships, and honor society memberships. As a result, over 70 of our German learners have been awarded Fulbright scholarships and our students work in a wide range of rewarding fields in the German-speaking world and in the U.S., including in the performing arts, science laboratories in Germany, education, and further graduate study.

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Course Number Course Title Credits
GERM 111 Elementary German I 4 Credits
GERM 112 Elementary German II 4 Credits
GERM 211 Intermediate German 4 Credits