- Courses in German are offered through the Department of Germanic and Slavic Studies.
- A number of German language courses can be taken concurrently. Students
majoring in German or preparing for work or study terms in German-speaking
Europe are encouraged to take some courses in tandem: GER 201 and GER 211 together;
GER 202 and GER 212 together; GER 303, GER 304, GER 307, GER 308, GER 309 together with GER 331 or GER 334.
- GER and CI courses count towards the new Minor in Cultural Identities
(CI); for further information, please ask the Germanic and Slavic Studies undergraduate advisor.
- Students with advanced German language skills interested in taking
literary or cultural studies courses, but who do not have the necessary
prerequisite courses, should contact the undergraduate officer for
departmental approval to take these courses.