In Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Liechtenstein, as well as throughout Eastern Europe, German, not English, is most frequently the second language of the people. Roughly 25 percent of the U.S. population is of German descent with cities and communities spotting the landscape.
Learning German comes easily to most speakers of the English language since German is closely related to English in terms of vocabulary and verb forms. Just look at this typical example:
singen - ich singe - ich sang - ich habe gesungen
(to sing ) - (I sing) - (I sang) - (I have sung)
Ideas, Culture and Entertainment
German has always been an important language in the arts and sciences. The German language can give you access to some of the world's greatest literary works, and the writings of countless outstanding scholars and scientists. Whether your interests lie in philosophy, chemistry, literature, physics, medicine, history, music or modern film, German is the language to study!
The German language and culture impacts our lives everyday. Courses are designed to introduce you to classical and colloquial German, as well as understanding, speaking, reading and writing German.
German degree/certificate programs:
- Associate in Arts degree designed to transfer to other colleges and universities
- Associate in Applied Sciences two-year degree
- Certificate of Achievement in German
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Learn more about studying German here.
For more information, contact:
TCC International Language Center