- Nazareth Strengths
- Bilingual professional
- Government specialist
- Teacher or professor
- International careers
- Writer or translator
- United Nations Association of Rochester
- Japanese-German Center, Berlin, Germany
- Nelson Mandela International School, Berlin, Germany
- Museum of the Allies, Berlin, Germany
- Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship abroad
- Duke University
- Rutgers University
- SUNY Buffalo
- New York State Assembly legislative offices
- Brighton High School
Jeri Beckens '11
Jeri received a prestigious U.S. Junior Fulbright Award from the J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Program, sponsored by the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs. She spent the year teaching English in Germany.
Why Choose Nazareth for German?
The study of German at Nazareth College is not simply about conjugating verbs or sitting in language labs. It is an immersive experience in the culture, literature, art, and people of Germany. The study of 20th century German literature, modern German drama, study abroad, and of course, learning the language are just a few of the ways we visit Germany from all perspectives.
The German Cultural Center is home to our language students. Here they can watch German satellite TV, read current German-language magazines, study for exams, hold group discussions, and attend events. All students majoring in German, and most who minor, study abroad at the College's Berlin Residential Program, which is part of the College Consortium for International Studies, Washington, D.C. Students also enjoy local internships with businesses that are either German-owned or have international ties.
- One or two semesters of study in Berlin or at a German University and/or the Goethe Institute.
- Visits to the German Cultural Center to learn more about German speaking cultures.
- Biennial group study tours to Europe for college credit.
- Internship programs at Rochester corporations to develop international business skills.
- International German Business Exams available at Nazareth College: Zertifikat Deutsch fur den Beruf; Prufung Wirtschaftsdeutsch International.
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Professor Cerami was an undergraduate at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and received her PhD in 2010 from Princeton University. Her areas of emphasis are Modernist literature and art, the cultural history of nineteenth- and twentieth-century Germany, and Medieval literature. Other scholarly interests include the intersection between religious experience and poetics, intellectual and religious history of Germany, and Christian and Jewish mysticism.
Typical Class Schedule
- Perspectives I Credits: 9
- Math and Science Perspectives I Credits: 7
As well as:
- ENGW 101 - College Writing I: Exposition
- ENGW 102 - College Writing II: Argument & Research
- ACS 101 - Academic and College Success
- FYS course taken with ACS 101
- GER 103 - Intermediate German I
- GER 104 - Intermediate German II
Minimum of One Semester Abroad Taken in the Fall
- Perspectives I Credits: 6
- Perspectives II Credits: 3
- Math or Science Perspectives II Credits: 3
- Upper Division German Credits: 15
- Elective Credits: 3
- (3 credits BER course also counts as a PI)
- Perspectives II Credits: 6
- Upper Division German Credits: 6
- Liberal Arts Elective Credits: 9
- Electives Credits: 9
- Upper Division German Credits: 12
- Liberal Arts Elective Credits: 3
- Electives Credits: 15
As well as:
- GER 499 - German Comprehensive Examination