Regular EUROTECH Schedule

This is a general description of the German Studies Major and how you incorporate it year-by-year with your engineering course work. By sticking to the courses listed here, you will get your German Studies major in the most efficient way as many of these courses also fulfill General Education requirements (see this page for details). There is some flexibility with those courses marked by an *, how you can move these courses around is explained below:


First Year

GERM 1001 (4 credits) GERM 1002 (4 credits)

Second Year

GERM 1003 (4 credits) GERM 1004 (4 credits)
GERM 3220 (1 credit) GERM 3221 (1 credit)

Third Year

GERM 3233 (3 credits) GERM 3234 (3 credits)
(the sequence 3233-3234 is direct preparation for your study or work abroad period; in these courses you discuss cultural differences and practical issues of coping with the experience of a different culture)
GERM 3222 (1 credit)

Fourth Year

Study Abroad

GERM 3293* (12 – 18 credits)

GERM 3231 (3 credits)

 Internship Abroad

GERM 3292 (6 credits)




Fifth Year

GERM 3261W (3 credits)

GERM 3255W (3 credits)


GERM 3251 or GERM 3258 (3 credits)
GERM 4246 Capstone (3 credits)


GERM 3293 are credits you transfer to UConn for courses taken abroad. Depending on what courses you have taken, they can be applied towards credit for a number of the 3000-level German courses. As outlined under “Transferring Credits, make sure the courses you intend to take match courses offered at UConn and that you save the appropriate paperwork!