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02-03 LS&A Bulletin

Germanic Languages and Literatures

3110 Modern Languages Building
812 E Washington Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1275

Associate Professor Frederick Amrine, Chair

Phone: (734) 764-8018

Departmental Information

Fax: (734) 763-6557

Departmental Faculty List


Undergraduate Concentration Programs

388 German

Academic Minors Programs
      German Studies
      Scandinavian Studies

Undergraduate Courses (by division)

357 Dutch
379 German
471 Scandinavian
498 Yiddish

Languages Taught

  • Danish
  • Dutch
  • German
  • Old English
  • Swedish


German - A concentration plan in German is developed in consultation with and must be approved by Karl-Georg Federhofer, the concentration advisor. Appointments are scheduled by calling (734) 764-8018. German Department faculty are also available to students during regularly scheduled office hours which are posted on the bulletin board outside 3110 Modern Languages Building.

Academic Minors - Students wishing to pursue an academic minor in German Studies must develop a specific plan for its completion in consultation with one of the Department's designated advisors, Prof. Robert L. Kyes or Prof. Karl-Georg Federhofer. Students wishing to pursue an academic minor in Scandinavian Studies must develop a specific plan for its completion in consultation with the Swedish lecturer. Appointments may be scheduled at 3110 Modern Languages Building or by calling (734) 764-8108.

The Leaflet

German concentration undergraduate page

Why Learn German? (Residential College page)

Related Links


Center for European Studies

German Club

Max Kade German House

Summer Language Institute

Language Resource Center

Project FLAME (Foreign Language Applications in the Multimedia Environment)

Residential College's German Program


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