WHAT IS GERMAN?
This major is part of the Cultures & Humanities Exploration Group
UConn German majors learn how to speak, write, and read German. Professors in the department teach toward intercultural and linguistic competencies, with a focus on language AND culture. They employ an integrated curriculum that prepares students for travel, for speaking, reading, listening, and writing, for study abroad, and for potential work in German-language contexts and cultures.
HOW TO DECLARE:
HELPFUL INTRO COURSES:
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GERM 1131 - Elementary German 1 (Potential major requirement) (Gen Ed: Second Language)
GERM 1140W - German Literature in English (Gen Ed: CA 1)
GERM 1169 - Contemporary Germany in Europe (Gen Ed: CA 1 and CA 4-INT)
GERM 1171 - The German Film (Gen Ed: CA 1 and CA 4-INT)
GERM 1175 - Human Rights and German Culture (Gen Ed: CA 1 and CA 4-INT)
GERM 3233 - Building Language Skills through Culture 1 (Major requirement)
POSSIBLE CAREER OPPORTUNITIES:
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