B.A. in German

General German Major
GERM 3010Conversation And Composition I3
GERM 3020Conversation And Composition II3
GERM 4010German Syntax And Stylistics I3
GERM 4020Advanced Conversation And Composition II - WAC4
Electives • 2 may be chosen from the 2000 level • 1 may be in English (incl. GERM 4870, GERM 4160)18
Total Hours31

Below is a sample plan of study. Consult your degree audit for your program requirements.

Plan of Study Grid
First TermHours
AR 1000 First Year Orientation 1
ENGL 1110 College Composition I 3
GERM 1110 Elementary German I 4
Social Sciences Core 3
HIST 1010-1200 Arts/Humanities Core (History) 3
MATH 1180 Reasoning With Mathematics 3
Second Term
ENGL 1130 College Composition II: Academic Disciplines And Discourse 3
GERM 1120 Elementary German II 4
Natural Sciences Core 3
Social Sciences Core 3
Arts/Humanities Core (Fine Art) 3
Third Term
GERM 2140 Intermediate German I 3
Natural Sciences Core 3
Natural Sciences Core (Lab) 1
ENGL 2710-2800 Arts/Humanities Core (English Lit) 3
Diversity of US 3
Elective 3
Fourth Term
GERM 2150 Intermediate German II (GERM Major Elective) 3
Arts/Humanities Core 3
Non-US Diversity 3
Core Electives 6
Fifth Term
GERM 3010 Conversation And Composition I 3
German major courses 6
Electives 6
Sixth Term
GERM 3020 Conversation And Composition II 3
German Elective 3
Related or Minor course 9
Seventh Term
GERM 4010 German Syntax And Stylistics I 3
GERM Major Elective 3
Related or Minor course 9
Eighth Term
GERM 4020 Advanced Conversation And Composition II - WAC 4
Related or Minor course 3
Electives 8
 Total Hours124
  • PLO 1. German majors are able to initiate, sustain, and bring to closure a variety of communicative tasks including those required in university classes taught entirely in the target language. They are able to narrate events and to describe people, places, and things using paragraph-length connected discourse. \\n
  • PLO 2. Majors are able to write compositions that demonstrate mechanical and grammatical correctness and that show a precise and correct use of vocabulary. Their compositions are also well organized, clear, and have some intellectual or artistic interest. They are also able to write longer analytical texts on a variety of topics.\\n
  • PLO 3. Majors are able to communicate clearly and correctly in the target language. Clear communication is based on the accurate use and understanding of correct forms and structures. \\n
  • PLO 4. Majors are familiar with a range of texts and are able both to place them in relevant contexts and to discuss them in the target language using critical concepts. \\n
  • PLO 5. Majors are able to identify a number of texts, artifacts, monuments, terms, names, places, concepts, behavior, dates, and other cultural facts from periods of the target culture's history, geography, and institutions. Majors can establish these concepts within relevant contexts and explain in the target language their meaning or importance. Majors can use the library and electronic sources to gain access to relevant materials on the target civilization.