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Major and Minor in German Studies

Major Program

The Major in German consists of 30 credit hours of course work, including:

Minor Program

The Minor in German consists of 15 credits hours of course work, including:

The Language Component

Majors and minors in German Studies will acquire the ability to do some advanced (i.e., 4000-level) work (discussion and writing) in German by acquiring German language skills in courses that consist of intensive work on the basic skills and also of assignments (employing the World Wide Web) that introduce students to German culture through the language. Students are encouraged to participate for a summer, semester, or year in one of our programs abroad (Bonn, Mannheim).

Courses in Translation

Students are encouraged to explore a (double) major or minor in German Studies by taking one of the regularly offered courses in translation, most of which satisfy (H)umanities and (I)nternational requirements.

For More Information on the German Program

Please contact the undergraduate advisor for more information.

Dr. Eric Kligerman
Professor of German Studies
Coordinator of Undergraduate Studies for German
(352) 392-2422 ext. 216
ekligerm@gss.ufl.edu

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