Dietsch Hall, Room 102
German can be a companion major/minor for another program of study, such as music, English, history, international studies, philosophy and business. Career positions include:
- Foreign language teacher
- Foreign service employee
- Travel industry employee
- Bilingual executive
- Import/export manager
German Language and Culture
You will gain competencies in reading, writing, speaking and language comprehension. You’ll also learn about the literature, cultural history and contemporary lifestyle of German-speaking nationalities.
Interactive and integrated, BW’s German program offers you participative classroom discussion plus field trips to restaurants, films and other cultural events. In addition, you can join our German language table (Stammtisch) and student organizations.
Germany, Austria and Switzerland are a few of the German-speaking countries where you can travel, study at a university, and earn BW credit for courses, independent study projects and/or field experiences.
Languages Across Curriculum
An interdisciplinary approach to learning, this program allows you to practice your foreign language skills while earning credit in non-language courses.
Offered as a major and minor.
Can be applied toward Teacher Licensure.