Credit Courses

(GER) German

Note: Students who have taken two or more years of a foreign language, and have done so in the last two years, should begin that language at the 200 level or switch to a new language. If there is doubt, placement will be determined by testing or consultation with the academic division.

General Education course Humanities
GER 101 - Beginning German I (3 credits)
The first in a sequence of courses designed for students with little or no prior knowledge of German. Spoken communication in German is both the end goal and the means of instruction. Emphasizes the four communicative skills in a culturally authentic context. Reading and writing are assigned out of class to facilitate effective listening and speaking practice in class. Basic grammar skills are also introduced. 3 lecture hours
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General Education course Humanities
GER 102 - Beginning German II (3 credits)
Prerequisite: GER 101 with a minimum C grade, placement by exam, or permission of instructor
The second in a sequence of courses designed for students with little or no prior knowledge of German. Spoken communication in German is both the end goal and the means of instruction. Emphasizes the four communicative skills in a culturally authentic context. Reading and writing are assigned out of class to facilitate effective listening and speaking practice in class. Basic grammar skills are also introduced. 3 lecture hours
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General Education course Humanities
GER 201 - Intermediate German I (3 credits)
Prerequisite: GER 102 with a minimum C grade, placement by exam, or permission of instructor
The first in a sequence of courses designed for students with a mid to high novice level of competency in German. Spoken communication in German continues to be the end goal and the means of instruction. The four communicative skills of reading, writing, listening and speaking are applied to discussions and debates involving German culture, politics, and history. Fundamental grammar points are reviewed. 3 lecture hours
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General Education course Humanities
GER 202 - Intermediate German II (3 credits)
Prerequisite: GER 201 with a minimum C grade, placement by exam, or permission of instructor
The second in a sequence of courses designed for students with a mid to high novice level of competency in German. Spoken communication in German continues to be the end goal and the means of instruction. The four communicative skills of reading, writing, listening and speaking are applied to discussions and debates involving German culture, politics, and history. Fundamental grammar points are reviewed. 3 lecture hours
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