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Department: World Languages and Cultures

The German designated program of emphasis enables students to build functional proficiency in German and to expand their knowledge and understanding of the cultures and literatures of the German speaking world. The program will prepare students for graduate work in the German field as well as for a variety of employment opportunities when pursued in conjunction with interdisciplinary study in such field as, to name a few; business, education, pre-law, international relations, international studies, peace and conflict studies, history, anthropology, and politics. A German POE can be combined with a POE in a great number of study areas at Juniata.

Requirements

The following courses should be taken to complete the POE. Alternative courses taken abroad may be substituted with departmental approval:

Course Number Title Credits Prerequisites Dist. Skills
GR 110 Introductory German I**
4
 
HI*
*Students will only receive H or I distribution if they have not taken more than two years of German at the secondary level.
GR 120 Introductory German II**
4
GR 110
HI
CS
GR 210 Intermediate German**
3
GR 120
HI
CS
**GR 110, 120, 210 are waived if students place out of them, but no academic credit will be awarded.
GR 232 German Conversation & Composition
3
GR 210
HI
CW,CS
GR 260 German Civilization & Culture
3
GR 230, GR 232 or GR 235
HI
CS
GR 275 German Literature after WW II
3
GR 230, GR 232 or GR 235
HI
CS
GR 310 19th Century German Drama
3
GR 260 or higher
HI
CW,CS
GR 320 Early 20th Century German Literature
3
GR 260 or higher
HI
CS
WL 201 Language in Motion
1
 
HI
CS

Total credit hours = 46

Total POE credits may not exceed 63

updated 08.12

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