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German Program

Faculty:

Prof. Dr. Lawrence F. Glatz 

Iris Heidberg

Trish Kuhn

Andrew Maurer

GERMAN PROGRAMS OVERVIEW

German Area of Emphasis in the B.A. in Modern Languages degree program:
The Modern Languages Department offers a Major program in Modern Languages with a concentration in German; a minor program in German; and teacher education programs in a variety of combinations.

Minor in German: Courses and Semester Hours
COURSES
SEMESTER HOURS
Required Courses: 
GER 2010* Intermediate German I
3
GER 2020* Intermediate German II
3
GER 2110* German Reading and Conversation
3
GER 2120* German Civilization
3
Subtotal
12
Select 1 of the following literature/culture courses:
GER 3200 German Culture and Civilization
3
GER 3210 Survey of German Literature I
3
GER 3220 Survey of German Literature II
3
GER 3230 Contemporary German Writers
3
GER 3400 German Business Culture
3
GER 4200 Major German Authors
3
Subtotal
3
Select 1 of the following skills courses:
GER 3010 Third-Year German Conversation
3
GER 3300 Advanced German Grammar
3
GER 3150 German Phonetics
3
GER 4020 Advanced German Composition
3
GER 4210 Advanced German Conversation: Present-day Germany  
Subtotal
3
Select 1 other course from either of the above two categories 
Subtotal
3

Total

21

* May substitute a course at the 3000- or 4000-level.

A grade of C- or better is required for each course in this program to count toward the bachelor's degree. Students should note that programs differ in the minimum grade required.

Click here for catalog information.

Click here for German wiki site.

 

German Honor Society:
The Department of Modern Languages is proud to have a chapter of the National German Honor Society Delta Phi Alpha at MSU Denver, into which all qualified students completing a minor of major in German may apply for induction. Contact Dr. Glatz concerning this graduation honor.

German Courses:
Please consult the list of short German Course Descriptions , the list of German courses at progressive levels.

Language Resources:
You are invited to seek out information on the language, literature, culture, history, society, media and current events of the German-speaking countries at the Germania Project: German Resources page.

Services from Deutsche Welle:
The Newsletter webpage  offers you the opportunity to receive several e-mail newsletters for free.

Services from the German Information Center:
The Information webpage offers you the opportunity to receive e-mail newsletters for free.

Why learn German? Some reasons:
Click on this Why learn German link for some answers! Another reason is the joy of Graduation!

W├Ârterbuch (Dictionary) from Canoo
(Enter a German word in the blank and click on "suchen"):

Want the time in Germany?
Click on this link: Die Zeit in Berlin!


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