German at the University of Montana
Welcome to the German Section of the Department of World Languages and Cultures! If you’re thinking of majoring or minoring in German or just taking classes with us, German is a great way to connect to all kinds of interests you may already have. Both English and German are Germanic languages and the two share much in common. You can probably figure out what a “Haus” and “Garten” are among lots of similar words. German is an exciting way to learn and experience a huge variety of things about Europe, about the world, and maybe even your own family. (The most common cultural heritage in the U.S. is German.) Travel, history, politics, economy, the environment, and the creative worlds of art, literature, music, and film… these are just some of the many topics we cover in our courses.
The German Section inducted three outstanding majors into Delta Phi Alpha, the National German Honor Society: Ronan Kennedy, Natasha Harwood, and Hanna Todd. Ronan is a German and History major with plans to enter the Peace Corps after graduation. Natasha is a German and Russian major with a...
October 16th, 5PM in LA 307
Join us and Visit Berlin Potsdam Weimar
July 29th - August 9, 2019 (13 days of Summer Session VI)
Topic: Germany: Trajectory of Democracy from 1919-2019
Course: GRMN 350: German Culture and Civilization, 3 credits (Spring 2019)
Language of instruction:...
My name is Holly Jacobs. I began my studies as a music student at UM in the fall of 2013. The Vocal Performance degree requires that you study one of the “romance” languages or German for at least one year. Having sung a few times in German before, I chose to enroll in the 101 course, where I...