German AB/German MA(non-thesis)

Sample Program of Study

  • Year 1 - Fall

    GRMN 2001, 3
    GRMN 2300, 3
    LING 2100, 3
    MATH 1113, 3
    ENGL 1101, 3
    FYOS 1001, 1
  • Year 1 - Spring

    GRMN 2002, 3
    ENGL 1103, 3
    BIOL 1103/L, 4
    STAT 2000, 4
    HIST 2112, 3
  • Year 1 - Summer

    N/A
  • Year 2 - Fall

    GRMN 3010, 3
    GEOG 1111, 3
    POLS 1101, 3
    Gen. Ed. (Franklin Social Science), 3
    General Elective, 3
  • Year 2 - Spring

    GRMN 3020, 3
    Gen. Ed. (Area IV WLC), 3
    Gen. Ed. (Area V), 3
    Major-Related Elective, 3
    ENGL XXXX (Franklin Literature), 3
  • Year 2 - Summer

    N/A
  • Year 3 - Fall

    GRMN 3XXX/4XXX (Major), 3
    Gen. Ed. (Area V), 3
    Major Elective, 3
    General Elective, 3
    General Elective, 3
  • Year 3 - Spring

    GRMN 4520, 3
    Major-Related Elective, 3
    P.E. Requirement, 1
    General Elective, 3
    General Elective, 3
    General Elective, 3
  • Year 3 - Summer

    N/A
  • Year 4 - Fall

    GRMN 4001/6001 (MA Requirement)*, 3
    GRMN 7500 (MA Requirement),* 3
    GRMN 6XXX/8XXX (MA Requirement),* 3
    GRMN 6XXX (Teaching Practicum)*, 3
  • Year 4 - Spring

    GRMN 6XXX/8XXX (MA Requirement), 3
    GRMN 6XXX/8XXX (MA Requirement), 3
    GRMN 6XXX/8XXX (MA Requirement), 3
    GRMN 7000 (MA Requirement; reading list), 3
  • Year 4 - Summer

    N/A
  • Year 5 - Fall

    GRMN 6XXX/8XXX (MA Requirement), 3
    GRMN 6XXX/8XXX (MA Requirement), 3
    GRMN 7000 (MA Requirement; reading list), 3
    GRMN 7005 (MA Requirement)^, 3
  • Year 5 - Spring

    GRMN 6XXX/8XXX (MA Requirement), 3
    GRMN 6XXX/8XXX (MA Requirement), 3
    GRMN 6XXX/8XXX (MA Requirement), 3
    GRMN 7005 (MA Requirement), 3

Notes:

*Courses with an asterisk are graduate courses that may be used to satisfy undergraduate degree program requirements. 12 hours of graduate courses will be used to satisfy the requirements of both programs.

^This course represents the student’s time/effort as Instructor of Record in a first/second-year German course; it does not count as a regular graduate course nor as a research course.

This sample program of study assumes that a student enters the first year with 15 AP/Transfer credit hours.