This is a model four-year graduation plan. Your path to graduation will vary based on factors such as college credit you earned while in high school, your choice of a minor or second major, initial placement in your language courses and Study Away.
This model is not intended as an advisement tool. Please see the Advised Course List and the Course Rotation for your intended/declared major, and meet with your advisor before registering.
1. This sample schedule assumes students will test out of the computer literacy requirement.
2. As reflected in this sample schedule, the BSED in German requires at least 12 hours of upper-division GRM credits, including at least 6 hours at the 400 or 500 levels.
3. Up to 6 hours of LLT 225 and LLT 271 may count toward the BSED in German, with advisor approval.
4. This sample schedule does not assume students will enter the program having completed (or tested out of) GRM 101 and 102. Students entering the program as freshman with credit for those two courses must replace those 6 hours with additional electives.
5. As written, this sample schedule totals 120 hours. An additional 5 hours are required for graduation. Students are encouraged to add 1 credit hour of service learning to two GRM courses at the 300 level or higher and to take one additional 3-hour GRM elective (during their final semester) to bring the total to 125 hours.
6. Students are strongly encouraged to study away in a German-speaking country for at least a summer, preferably an entire semester. The department coordinates an intensive summer study away program, and the Study Away Office can work with students to find a program that fits their needs.