B.A. degree program
Total hours required – 29
|Base Courses in German (GE)||Hours|
|GE 2114||Elementary German I||4|
|GE 2124||Elementary German II||4|
|GE 3113||Advanced Grammar and Composition||3|
|GE 3123||Advanced Conversation and Phonentics||3|
|Fifteen hours selected from the following:|
|GE 3133||German Historical Culture||3|
|GE 3143||Commercial German||3|
|GE 4A1V||Independent Studies||1-5|
|GE 4113||Survey of German Literature I||3|
|GE 4123||Survey of German Literature II||3|
|GE 452V||Travel in German-Speaking Countires||1-5|
|GE 4xnV||Special Topics||1-5|
*Offered in alternate years
Students majoring in German are encouraged to take courses in European History.
Students are also encouraged to take another foreign language (1114, 1124 sequence).
Before registering for any German class, students with previous study in German (high school or college) must take the department’s computerized placement test. This test, which takes approximately 15 to 30 minutes, will determine the proper level for you to begin your language study at Lipscomb. You must have a signed department form in order to complete registration.