2005-2006 University of Guelph Undergraduate Calendar

X. Degree Programs

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)

German (GERM)

School of Languages and Literatures, College of Arts.

All language courses carry 0.50 credit. Students with one year of high school German or equivalent may not be admitted into GERM*1100. Students with OAC German may not be admitted into GERM*1100 and GERM*1110. Students with OAC German credit or its equivalent may be admitted into GERM*1110 only with the approval of the department. All language students are strongly advised to include CLAS*1000 and LING*1000 among their electives in order to derive the maximum benefit from their studies. Except where stated otherwise, literary texts are, at all levels, studied in the original language. Students registering in these courses will be expected to have the appropriate knowledge.

Study Abroad

The School of Languages and Literatures encourages students in the German program to spend 1 or 2 semesters in a German speaking country to continue their studies at the University level. Credit for programs of study successfully completed may be applied towards the University of Guelph degree requirements. Requests should be addressed well in advance to either the department or a particular section of the department. A letter of permission is required (see the Section VIII--Undergraduate Degree Regulations & Procedures).

Minor (Honours Program)

A minimum of 5.00 credits in German is required, including:
GERM*2240 [0.50] Germany Through the Ages
GERM*2490 [0.50] Intermediate German I
GERM*2500 [0.50] Intermediate German II
GERM*2560 [0.50] Themes in German Literature/Culture
GERM*2590 [0.50] Classics of German Literature
GERM*3500 [0.50] Advanced German
2.00 credits from (GERM*1100 or GERM*1110), GERM*2400, GERM*3020, GERM*3420, GERM*3430, GERM*3450, GERM*3530
Note that for students beginning with GERM*1100 or GERM*1110 a maximum of 2.50 language credits is allowed. For students with OAC German or equivalent, a maximum of 2.00 language credits is allowed. Language courses beyond the 1000 level include GERM*2490, GERM*2500, GERM*3500, GERM*3530.
Students enrolled in the German program must contact the School of Languages and Literatures for an up-to-date sequence of course offerings.