The German program includes more than two years of German language study based on a communicative approach emphasizing listening, speaking, reading and writing skills, as well as cultural studies. CSS students have the opportunity to participate in the St. Scholastica/Leipzig Exchange Program, with students from the Leipzig Medical Training Institute in Germany.
Minimum of 20 credits beyond GMN 1111, that must include GMN 1112, 2201, and 2202. The remaining credits may be fulfilled by any other GMN courses, GCL 3401 (Europe Today), or GCL 3202 (German Film offering, Sec. 002) courses and Study Abroad options. GCL 4555 (GCL Internship) and other credited study-abroad programs may be substituted with permission of the instructor, who also reserves the right to substitute requirements when warranted.