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GERMAN FOR SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING

The German Program at Purdue offers two courses focusing on Science and Engineering, beginning at the second-year level. Topics include the history of German science, German scientists and inventions, and research and innovations in a variety of fields in science and engineering. These courses will also help students get familiar with German job applications (e.g. how to write resumes in German) and gain intercultural competence for internships and study-abroad programs. Ideal for science and engineering majors and all students interested in science, engineering, and technology.

Courses

GER 223 (German Level IV: Scientific, alternative to GER 202)

GER 323 (German Level VI: Science and Engineering, alternative to GER 302)

Certificate of Achievement in German for Specialized Purposes

For questions about the Scientific German courses, please contact Dr. Marc Rathmann, mrathman@purdue.edu

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