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German studies course catalog

2017-18

LISA SEIDLITZ, Associate Professor, Co-chair of World Languages
B.A., M.A., Illinois; Ph.D., Texas (Austin)

MARK SAFSTROM, Assistant Professor
B.A., North Park; M.A., Ph.D., Washington

MAJOR IN GERMAN STUDIES. 27 credits beyond GERM103,including four language courses from GRMN209, GRMN210, GRMN211, GRMN212, GRMN213, GRMN309, GRMN310, GRMN319, GRMN326, GRMN330 and four culture courses from GRMN220, GRMN225, GRMN250, GRMN310, GRMN316, GRMN318, GRMN325, GRMN327, GRMN340, GRMN409, HIST315.

Students will also complete 3 credits of Senior Inquiry; students completing SI in another major may substitute any German Studies course or HIST-315. At least 6 credits must be at the 300 level. Students majoring in German must participate in an approved language study or internship program in Germany.

Recommended Supporting Courses: ARHI167, ARHI366, ARHI367, BUSN363, GEOG335, HIST112, HIST113, HIST315, MUSC313, MUSC314, at least one year of an additional language.

MAJOR FOR TEACHING GERMAN. 32 credits. See the departmental advisor for this major.

MINOR IN GERMAN STUDIES. 18 credits beyond GERM-103, including three language courses from GRMN209, GRMN210, GRMN211, GRMN212, GRMN213, GRMN309, GRMN310, GRMN319, GRMN326, GRMN330 and three culture courses from GRMN220, GRMN225, GRMN250, GRMN316, GRMN318, GRMN325, GRMN327, GRMN340, GRMN409, HIST315. At least 3 credits must be at the 300 level.


Courses (GRMN)