Curriculum Preparatory to the Teaching of German
In order to remain in good standing in this program and be recommended for certification, candidates are required to maintain UIUC, cumulative, content area, and professional education, grade-point averages of 2.5 (A= 4.0). Candidates should consult their advisor or the Council on Teacher Education for the list of courses used to compute these grade-point averages.
Web address for department: www.germanic.illinois.edu
Degree title: Bachelor of Arts in the Teaching of German
Minimum required course work normally equates to 75 hours
General education: Consult the Curricula Preparatory to Teaching Foreign Languages.
Minimum hours required for graduation: A minimum of 120 hours of credit is required for graduation. Consult the certification officer at 505 East Green Suite 203 for additional information. http://www.cote.illinois.edu/
Departmental distinction: Students should consult their advisers by the second semester of the junior year for information pertaining to seminar honors work and honors awards in the department.
|Professional education courses. (See Foreign Languages||29|
|GER 101||Beginning German I||4|
|GER 102||Beginning German II||4|
|GER 103||Intermediate German I||4|
|GER 104||Intermediate German II||4|
|GER 211||Conversation and Writing I||3|
|GER 212||Conversation and Writing II||3|
|GER 331||Intro to German Literature||3|
|GER 332||German Literature and Culture||3|
|GER 401||Global Issues in German||3|
|GER 420||German Cultural History||4|
|Select one of the following:||3|
|Middle Ages to Baroque|
|Enlightenment to Romanticism|
|Realism to Expressionism|
|1920s to Today|
|GER 465||Ling Structures of German||3|
|Two German courses as electives||6|
NOTE: GER 299 is strongly recommended.