German courses are offered at elementary, intermediate, and advanced levels. A German culture course, taught in English, is also offered. Beyond the advanced level, students may take courses in literature, civilization, translation, economics, and politics.
Related Courses: German Across the Curriculum
Pursue your interest in German by taking related courses in art, mythology, literature, cultural history, geography, or politics.
Find out what it takes to earn a BA or a Minor in German.
Participate in our Study-Abroad and Work-Abroad programs, which include the nations of Austria, Germany, and Switzerland. For information on the Vienna summer program click here. For information on the Dusseldorf program click here.
Become involved in the German Club. Act in a German play. Enjoy your evening meal at the German Table. Join faculty and students for coffee and conversation. Bring your talents to the German Cultural Evening. Participate in our annual German Immersion Weekend.
German Immersion Weekend
The German Immersion Weekend offers students a chance to play, eat, work and live in German; participants receive one hour's credit and twenty-four hours' fun!
The German club consists of weekly conversation tables, a service learning project (with the Amish) and other cultural activities.
For more information about the German program, write or call:
Classical and Modern Languages
Truman State University
Kirksville, MO 63501