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Learn the second most widely spoken Germanic language, after English, in the world. Gain fluency in language use, both oral and written.
Which German language course should I take?
Students with no background in the language may enroll themselves into the relevant introductory course.
Students who have some background in German should contact the course instructor for a placement interview if they are enrolling in a German course for the first time.
Students who have transferred from a college or a university and took German in their prior institution should take the next level course.
* We reserve the right to move students to more proficiency-appropriate courses or to unenroll students when there is no appropriate course for them.
Students who are unsure about their level or background in German should contact contact Claudia Hein at email@example.com to arrange a placement interview.
Students are expected to provide true information about their language background and language learning experiences to the best of their knowledge. Concealing your knowledge of the language and/or providing false information are considered academic dishonesty and can be recorded on the your academic record. For more information, read SFU's academic integrity page.
Put your course work towards a certificate.
German courses - Fall 2022
GERM 110 - Introductory German II
|GERM 110 D100||
2:30 PM – 4:20 PM
AQ 5020, Burnaby
GERM 200 - Intermediate German I
|GERM 200 D100||
10:30 AM – 12:20 PM
AQ 2122, Burnaby
GERM 300 - Advanced German: Composition and Conversation
|GERM 300 D100||
2:30 PM – 4:20 PM
WMC 2268, Burnaby
Even more German courses
Interested in knowing what other German courses you can take in future semesters? See our full course offering on SFU's Student Services website.