Global Business (German)
This certificate, offered through the Lundquist College of Business, requires 16 credits in business and 20 credits area studies courses that pertain to Germany, including those taught in English in our department. (With an extra 4 credits in area studies courses, students can simultaneously earn a minor in German and Scandinavian Studies.) For more information on which courses count, please contact one of our advisors.
The Certificate in Second-Language Acquisition and Teaching (SLAT) documents that the student has solid grounding in second language acquisition and teaching and in a specific second language and its structures. The certificate is easily added to a German major.
This certificate prepares you to teach in private schools, language institutes, and community-based language programs. It is a valuable credential for applying to language teaching positions overseas.
The following German courses may be applied to the requirements for the certificate in second-language acquisition and teaching:
- GER 411 Advanced Language Training: Grammar
- GER 412 Advanced Language Training: Writing
UOTeach is a graduate program that leads to a teaching license and a master’s of education degree in Curriculum and Teaching. The Middle/High School strand of UOTeach provides the opportunity to earn a license at both middle school and high school levels. UOTeach offers license preparation leading to endorsements in several subjects, including German.
Film Studies Certificate
The Film Studies Certificate is a 36-credit interdisciplinary graduation certificate that can be completed by students in any major. It involves coursework in English and a variety of other departments on campus. For a list of courses that satisfy the Film Studies Certificate, please visit Film Studies Course List.
The following German and Scandinavian courses may be applied to the requirements for the Film Studies Certificate:
- GER 355 German Cinema
- SCAN 315 Nordic Cinema
- SCAN 316 History of Cinema
- SCAN 317 Directors, Movements & Manifestos
European Studies Minor
A European Studies Minor can be an enhancement to your degree program. The European Studies Minor allows students to incorporate, within the German major program, an increased international perspective in their work with a special focus on an understanding of Europe’s identity and role in the world.