Courses

GERM 101 Elementary German I
4.00 credits
This course aims to develop in the student the four language skills of oral comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing.
GERM 102 Elementary German II
4.00 credits
A continuation of GERM 101.
GERM 103 Intensive Introductory German
4.00 credits
This accelerated language course is designed to introduce students with previous German or other foreign language experience to basic German language skills and give them an insight into the many aspects of German speaking countries and their culture.
GERM 201 Intermediate German I
4.00 credits
Review and further training in the fundamentals of grammar and syntax; work in oral German and progressive exercises in reading and composition.
GERM 202 Intermediate German II
4.00 credits
A continuation of GERM 201.
GERM 290 Directed Study
1.00- 4.00 credits
Topics to be decided by faculty.
GERM 301 Advanced German
3.00 credits
Reading and discussion of short stories with writing and grammar review.
GERM 305 German Conversation
3.00 credits
Modern texts are the basis for structured conversations within a correct grammatical framework.
Prerequisite:
GERM 202 Minimum Grade: D
GERM 306 German Youth Literature
3.00 credits
This course focuses on popular texts written for children and young adults. Advanced grammar will be part of the course.
Prerequisite:
GERM 202 Minimum Grade: D
GERM 307 Contemporary Issues
3.00 credits
Reading and discussion of current social, political, economic and environmental issues of German speaking countries as represented by their media.
Prerequisite:
GERM 202 Minimum Grade: D
GERM 330 Literary Genres
3.00 credits
A study of examples of the major literary forms (prose, drama, and poetry) in their historical context.
Prerequisite:
GERM 202 Minimum Grade: D
GERM 380 Special Topics
.00- 4.00 credits
Topic to be determined by instructor.
Prerequisite:
GERM 202 Minimum Grade: D
GERM 390 Directed Study
1.00- 4.00 credits
Specific topic chosen by professor.
GERM 480 Seminar
3.00 credits
Specific topic chosen by professor.
GERM 497 Internship
.00- 6.00 credits
Professional experience in a supervised organizational setting allowing for the applied use of skills in German language and/or knowledge of German-speaking cultures. A maximum of three credits, with approval of the German Program Director, can be applied as an upper division elective credits for the German minor.