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German 306: Introduction to the German Speaking World

An introduction to the cultures of the German-speaking countries with a focus on development of communicative competency. Conducted in German.

Prerequisite: German 204 or consent of instructor.


German 313: Business German

An introduction to Business German focusing on the development of communicative competency in a variety of business situations as well as relevant cultural knowledge. Conducted in German.

Prerequisite: German 301 and 304, or 301 and 312, or 304 and 312 or consent of instructor.

 

German 323: Multicultural Germany

This is a two- or three-credit course which focuses on the history and present situation of minority cultures in Germany. Readings include essays and short stories. Discussion of issues, texts, and films.

Prerequisite: German 204 or consent of instructor.

 

German 325: German Mass Media and Current Events

This is a two- or three-credit course which offers intensive work with contemporary media (radio, television, magazines and newspapers) in order to improve language skills and gain knowledge of current cultural themes in German-speaking countries.

Prerequisite: German 301 and 304, or 301 and 312, or 304 and 312 or consent of instructor.

 

German 330: German Civilization

This is a three-credit course comprised of lectures, discussions and selected readings dealing with the civilization and cultural history from the Germanic period to the present.

Prerequisite: German 301 and 304, or 301 and 312, or 304 and 312 or consent of instructor.

 

German 360: Special Topics

This is a one- to three-credit special topics in German. Course content is designated by the instructor. This course may be repeated with different content for credit. Recent German 360 courses include German Cinema.

Prerequisite: German 204 or consent of instructor.

by schrod69 — last modified Aug 08, 2012 11:38 AM