German (B.A.)

The study of other languages, literatures, and cultures not only provides important perspectives on the world, but also sharpens analytical and reasoning skills, deepens understanding of English, and enhances the quality of one's writing. Linguistic and broadly-based cultural studies provide excellent grounding for various professional programs, including law, business, medicine or health sciences, teaching at the high school or university level, library and information science, and museum practice.

Students should refer to the CMLLC program requirements for admission, degree, and general education requirements. A major in German must satisfactorily complete thirty-one credits in German courses, including:

GER 2020Intermediate German II4
GER 2310(PL) Short Fiction from Central Europe and Russia3
GER 2710(FC) Survey of Germanic Culture I3
GER 2720(FC) Survey of Germanic Culture II3
GER 3100Intermediate Composition and Conversation I3
GER 3200Intermediate Composition and Conversation II3
GER 4600Proseminar in German Studies3
GER 5100Advanced Composition and Conversation3
GER 5993(WI) Writing Intensive Course in German0
Two courses in German in the 5000 or 6000 level6
Total Credits31

Majors are strongly encouraged to pursue a co-major, double major or minor, and/or to take general education and elective courses in related fields, such as: anthropology, art history, economics, engineering, English or another language area, film studies, gender, sexuality and women's studies, geography, global supply chain management, history, international studies, linguistics, political science, social work, sociology, and theater.

For the interdisciplinary focus, students must complete two courses from the following options:

HIS 3010Jewish History from the Bible to 14924
HIS 5440Twentieth Century Europe4
HIS 5500The Soviet Union4
PS 2710Introduction to Comparative Politics4
PS 3715Politics of Central and Eastern Europe4
ECO 1000(SS) Survey of Economics4
ECO 2010(SS) Principles of Microeconomics4
ECO 2020(SS) Principles of Macroeconomics4
GPH 3200(SS) Europe3
MKT 5750International Marketing Management3