Bachelor of Science Options
The B.S. degree in German is designed to allow students to combine fluency in the German language and culture with other academic disciplines. The German-Business option develops basic German business-communication skills as well as fundamental knowledge of German economics. The German-Engineering and Applied German options have a required overseas study and internship component.
Courses in German literature and culture are essential to all German B.S. options, and students in the German-Business option are encouraged to participate in the University's study abroad programs in Germany.
For detailed information about B.S. degree requirements, visit the Undergraduate Degree Programs Bulletin.
The Applied German option is designed to provide German majors with a background in an area of study where knowledge of German is useful. In consultation with an adviser, majors in this option are required to either study abroad or do an internship that corresponds with their related area of study.
The German Business option is designed to introduce German majors to the principles of business administration. The curriculum combines an exposure to managerial processes with foreign language competency in German.
The German Engineering option is designed to combine the study of German and Engineering in order to internationalize and enhance the study and practice of the engineering profession. Open only to students enrolled in an engineering major.