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Courses

GSD offers undergraduate courses, from beginning and intermediate languages to literature and culture, covering seven designators (DTCH, FIN, GER, GSD, NOR, SCAN, SWED). In addition to helping you fulfill requirements for our major or minors, many of our courses also count for liberal education (LE), writing intensive (WI), and language requirements.

Our courses can help you expand your knowledge of contemporary and historical languages, literature, and various forms of media (including oral traditions, films, hypermedia). The courses you choose will equip you with critical thinking skills and interdisciplinary perspectives.  

To see our current and upcoming undergraduate courses, clink on the links below.

Fall 2016 Courses

  • GER 1001 - Beginning German (6 sections)
  • GER 1002 - Beginning German (3 sections)
  • GER 1003 - Intermediate German (6 sections)
  • GER 1004 - Intermediate German (5 sections)
  • GER 1022 - Beginning German Review (2 sections)
  • GER 1601 - Fleeing Hitler: German and Austrian Filmmakers Between Europe and Hollywood
  • GER 1905 - Freshman Seminar
  • GER 3011W - Conversation and Composition (2 sections)
  • GER 3014 - German Media
  • GER 3104W - Reading and Analysis of German Literature
  • GER 3431 - 19th-Century Literature
  • GER 3510 - Topics in German Studies
  • GER 3641 - German Folklore
  • GER 3702 - Beginning Middle High German
  • GER 3993 - Directed Studies
  • GER 5011 - Advanced Conversation and Composition
  • GER 5410 - Topics in German Literature
  • GER 5993 - Directed Studies

Spring 2017 Courses

  • GER 1001 - Beginning German (4 sections)
  • GER 1002 - Beginning German (5 sections)
  • GER 1003 - Intermediate German (4 sections)
  • GER 1004 - Intermediate German (5 sections)
  • GER 1022 - Beginning German Review
  • GER 3011W - Conversation and Composition (2 sections)
  • GER 3012W - Conversation and Composition
  • GER 3021 - Business German
  • GER 3104W - Reading and Analysis of German Literature
  • GER 3441 - 20th-Century Literature
  • GER 3501 - Contemporary Germany
  • GER 3601 - German Medieval Literature
  • GER 3655 - Cultures of Control and Surveillance in Germany and the US
  • GER 3993 - Directed Studies
  • GER 4040 - German Play: Oral Interpretation and Performance of German
  • GER 5630 - Topics in German Cinema
  • GER 5993 - Directed Studies