German

Why Study German?

Knowledge or German provides access to a culture that for more than a millennium has been central to history,Brandenburg_Gate.jpg economy, arts and sciences, not just Europe, but of Western civilizations. More Americans claim German ancestry than any other, and German-speaking immigrants and their descendants have had an enduring impact on the history and culture of the United States. 

German-speaking countries have some of Europe’s strongest economies and are playing an increasingly important role in world affairs. Germany is home to numerous international corporations in a wide range of industries, and a world leader in green technologies. Speaking and understanding German will deepen your knowledge of the vercingetorix-2.jpgculture and improve your employment opportunities. There are also opportunities to travel to German-speaking countries via study abroad programs offered through International Programs and Global Engagement at Sac State.

German is the language of Goethe, Kafka, the Brothers Grimm, and also of Mozart, Bach, Beethoven and Brahms. For anyone interested in pursuing a career in music, philosophy, theology or art – or business, science and engineering – German is the perfect language to learn.

The Department of World Languages & Literatures is pleased to offer a minor program as well as beginning and intermediate courses in German.

German Minor

Course Overview & Catalog


Spring 2019 Schedule

Course
Section
Room
Mtg. Days
Start & End Time
Instructor
Syllabus
GERM 1B* 01 EUR 102 MW 6-7:50PM WADE SYLLABUS
GERM 1B* 02 MRP 2005 MWRF 9-9:50AM WADE SYLLABUS
GERM 5A/105 01 TBA MWF 10-10:50AM WADE SYLLABUS
GERM 143 01 EUR 103 MWF 12-12:50PM WADE SYLLABUS
GERM 199 01 TBA TBA TBA WADE N/A

 *Fulfills Sacramento State Foreign Language Graduation Requirement


Faculty Office Hours - Spring 2019

Instructor
Status
Email
Office Hours
Dr. Marjorie Wade*

Area Head/Full-Time Faculty

mdwade@csus.edu 

MON/WEDS 5:30-6PM

WEDS/FRI 11:11:50

 *Program Area Head

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