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The Foreign Languages and Literatures department offers a major and a minor in German with either a liberal arts emphasis or a teaching emphasis (for those students seeking licensure as public school teachers with the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction).

For information regarding the complete listing German courses offered at UW Oshkosh, please consult the 2011-13 Undergraduate Bulletin listing of course offerings.

Note: Upper-level German courses are offered on a rotation basis. Please check with your German adviser or instructor for information regarding immediate offerings.

Instructions for Waiting Lists

German Program Informational Downloads


German Film Series

What is German identity today, how have Germans adapted to unification and modernity, and how do they look back at their history? Join us for a year-long series of comedies, documentaries and dramas about German life and dreams in the last fifteen years. Many of these films are not available in America; all are in German with English subtitles. Presented by the German Program at UWO. ADMISSION IS FREE! All films at 7:00 PM.


Spring 2017 300-level course offerings in German


Spring 2017 course offerings in German

German Conversation Hour

Every Wednesday, 3 p.m. in the Titan Underground.

German Conversation Hour poster.

German Language News, Media, and Culture on the Internet

International News

Stay up to date with recent news through these German, Austrian and Swiss news outlets:


Internet Radio

Listen to German, Austrian and Swiss Radio on the Internet!


Click on the corresponding button to access pages with links to various German, Austrian, and Swiss Radio programs on the Internet!

German Literature and Culture Today

Perlentaucher -- Das Kulturmagazin

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