Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures
Lalumiere Hall, 474
1310 W. Clybourn St.
Milwaukee, WI 53233
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With the German program at Marquette, students will learn German language, literature and culture, and will achieve a high level of linguistic proficiency. Students will learn critical thinking, aesthetic interpretation and experience professional-level use of German, which will develop a broad knowledge of contemporary Germany and the European context. Student will develop critical reasoning throughout the program, as well as strong skills of interpretation, research skills in German studies and transferable skills for engaging critical contemporary issues.
German Language, Literature and Culture
Multidisciplinary German Studies
German for Secondary Teaching
GRMN 3000 Introduction to German Studies
GRMN 3001 German composition and conversation
GRMN 3500 Modern German Short Story
GRMN 3510 Thematic Survey of German Literature or GRMN 3520 Individual Genres or GRMN 3530 Individual authors
GRMN 4963 German Studies Writing Workshop and
GRMN 4962 German Studies Research Workshop Each workshop is 1-2 sem. hours; total 3 sem. hrs. required
GRMN 4961 Workshop in German to English Translation
For more information on German courses and an extensive course work guide to the German program, please visit the Marquette Undergraduate Bulletin.