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2017-2018 Catalog 
2017-2018 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

German, B.A.

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Associate professor: Gudrun Hoobler


Create and transmit knowledge concerning the German language, literature and culture in a climate that promotes ease of communication and mutual understanding.

Learning Outcomes

  1. Speak, aurally comprehend, write and read German at a level suitable for graduate education or careers in business, government, social services or tourism.
  2. Explain and apply German cultural and historical perspectives to events and ideas in a globalized society.
  3. Analyze and critique original texts and cultural artifacts from German sources.

Core Courses

Choose two 300- or 400-level courses with German focus: (6-8)

Total Credits (55-58)


Study abroad, internship or capstone project: The German Studies major requires study abroad or an internship in a German-speaking country. If the student is unable to study or intern abroad, the adviser will help design a capstone project that meets the objectives of study abroad.

* Students who begin courses beyond 201 must identify substitute credits with their adviser.

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