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Study German and earn transferable Core credit!

Our German classes are offered both in-class and online. Online sections do not require any on-campus attendance.

German Courses

GERM 1411 - Beginning German 1

GERM 1412 - Beginning German 2

GERM 2311 - Intermediate German 1

GERM 2312 - Intermediate German 2


Actual course offering vary from semester to semester, so check eConnect   or the online course schedules for current availability.  

Interesting Facts

•  There are around 120 million native speakers of German around the world.

•  German is the most widely spoken language in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Luxembourg and Liechtenstein, all of which have among the highest per capita incomes in the world.

•  Germany has the world’s forth largest economy in terms of gross domestic product and is the world’s number one exporter.


Study German Abroad

Through MAP, the Multinational Academic Program for Study Abroad, you can study German at a language school in Germany and earn Brookhaven College credit – without spending a fortune.


The Core Curriculum


In order to be eligible for a bachelor's degree at a Texas public college or university, you must first complete a Core Curriculum of courses.

When completed at Brookhaven College, the Core Curriculum is guaranteed to transfer as a block to any public university in the state of Texas.

You may apply two German courses toward your Core curriculum.

  •  GERM 1411 or 1412 can be taken to complete the "Tier 1: Speaking and Listening" course.
  •  GERM 2311 or 2312 can be taken to complete the "Tier 2: Humanity, Creativity and the Aesthetic Experience" course.


Concurrent (Noncredit) Enrollment

If you want to take academically-rigorous courses in German but do not need college credit for them, then you might consider taking our credit German courses “concurrently,” i.e. for noncredit.

If you are interested, please contact Workforce and Continuing Education.