Fall 2011 Courses (Tentative)
GERM 36 101 01 German Language and Culture I MWF 3
GERM 36 103 01 German Language and CUlture III TR B
Spring 2011 Courses
GERM 36 102 01 German Language and Culture II
MWF 4 BSB 117 TICHY, C
GERM 36 201 01 German Conversation I
TR B BSB 117 TICHY, C
GERM 36 320 90 German Literature
R U CRH 212 TERHORST, E
(ITV from Clarion)
The German language currently plays a prominent role in the understanding of contemporary Europe. Because of the recent unification of Germany, there is renewed interest in German studies. The study of German provides understanding of nations in which German is the predominant language. It leads to both a practical understanding of the vital role of German in the modern world and of the rich cultures of previous and present Germanic nations.
Students with previous German language experience must take the modern language German placement test to determine course eligibility.
German 101, 102, and 103 satisfy the liberal arts language requirement for the bachelor of arts degree in any discipline.
Requirements for the Minor in German 18 credits of German courses above the 102 level, including a minimum of two 300-level courses.