German Education- Bachelor of Science in Education

Complete at least 34 semester hours above the 202 level in German, a foreign language of the licensure field. Study of the selected language begins at a level appropriate to your competence, determined with a placement examination or with a sequence of study prescribed by your academic advisor. All German Education students are required to participate in a study abroad program.

Program Requirements

Foreign Language Education Core
Select the following:
EDL 204Sociocultural Studies in Education3
EDP 201Human Development and Learning in Social and Educational Contexts3
EDP 256Psychology of the Exceptional Learner3
EDT 190Introduction to Education3
Fall field block courses - take all three concurrently:
EDP 301AAssessment and Evaluation in Educational Settings3
EDT 323Teaching English Language Learners in PK-12: Instructional Theories & Practices3
EDT 444/544Language Teaching and Learning I3
Spring field block courses - take all three concurrently:
EDT 421AClassroom Cultures, Community, and Climate3
EDT 445/545Language Teaching and Learning II3
EDT 446LReading in the Foreign Language3
Supervised teaching semester:
EDT 419ATeaching Internship- Adolescent15
Foreign Language Education Core
GER 301German Language Through the Media3
GER 311Passionate Friendships in German Literature from the Middle Ages to the Present3
GER 312Coming of Age in German Life and Thought3
GER 471Linguistic Perspectives on Contemporary German3
Additional course from GER 400-499
GER 321Cultural Topics in German-Speaking Europe Since 18703
or GER 322 Comparative Study of Everyday Culture: German-Speaking Europe and the U.S.A.
Select at least 6 credits of 400-level German courses, including at least one literature course.
Electives to complete required 33 semester hours (not previously taken) from GER 203-GER 499
Total Credit Hours60

  No courses in translation count in this major.