Certificate in German
One of the most widely spoken languages in the world, German is spoken by 1.3 million people in the United States alone. You'll be one of them, too, by enrolling in Webster's German program. Small, intimate classes help you immerse yourself in the language and its culture.
Webster's expert German professors challenge you to master the language and its literature while helping you make connections that will boost your postgraduate career. No matter what your future goals, a degree and mastery of another language gives you an advantage over your competitors.
Professors are friendly, accessible, and flexible, making sure each student is in position to succeed. The department also employs post-graduate teaching assistants -- younger native speakers who give you the latest insights into German-speaking cultures.
About the Department
Webster's Department of International Languages and Cultures encourages creativity and critical thinking while preparing students to be competitive in today's global marketplace. Personalized instruction from faculty trained in different international languages, cultures, and literatures increases students' awareness of their own values as well as those of others.
For students who pursue degrees in foreign languages and literatures, communication in the target language is the primary goal, but coursework also reflects the importance of culture and literature.
The Department of International Languages and Cultures offers a full range of courses in English as a Second Language, French, German, and Spanish. Other language offerings include Arabic, Chinese, Dutch, Italian, Japanese, Latin, Polish, Russian, and Thai.