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German (GER) Course Descriptions

GER 101, 102: Elementary German I, II.
Goal: To teach students to speak, understand, read, and write simple German.
Content: German grammar, culture, and literature, and everyday situations.
Taught: GER 101, Fall; GER 102, Spring.
Prerequisite: A student must earn a grade of C or better in the 101-level course in order to continue into the next course. A grade of D or higher in the 102-level course will satisfy proficiency credit.
Credit: 3; 3 hours

GER 211, 212: Intermediate German I, II.
Goal: To improve and develop speaking, reading and writing in German through dialogs, magazine articles and literary selections.
Content: Emphasis on comprehension of advanced conversation and stories. Grammar study as well as telling and comparing stories.
Taught: GER 211, Fall occasionally; GER 212, Spring occasionally.
Prerequisite: GER 102 or equivalent for GER 211; GER 211 or equivalent for GER 212.
Credit: 3; 3 hours.

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