German

GERM 101 ELEMENTARY GERMAN I--Three hours; 3 credits. This course provides instruction in grammar, pronunciation, and aural-oral comprehension. Prerequisite: No previous German study or one year of German in high school.

GERM 102 ELEMENTARY GERMAN II--Three hours; 3 credits. This is a continuation of GERM 101. Prerequisite: GERM 101 or one to two years of German in high school.

GERM 105 INTENSIVE ELEMENTARY GERMAN--Six hours; 6 credits. An intensive course covering the material of GERM 101-102 in one semester. Prerequisite: No previous German study or one year of German in high school.

GERM 203 INTERMEDIATE GERMAN I--Three hours; 3 credits. This course is a review of grammar, pronunciation and composition, with graded readings. It provides further development of aural-oral proficiency. Prerequisite: GERM 102 or two to three years of German in high school.

GERM 204 INTERMEDIATE GERMAN II--Three hours; 3 credits. This is a continuation of GERM 203. Prerequisite: GERM 203 or three to four years of German in high school.

GERM 206 INTENSIVE INTERMEDIATE GERMAN-- Six hours; 6 credits. This is an intensive course covering the material of GERM 203-204 in one semester. Prerequisite: GERM 102 or two to three years of German in high school.

GERM 307 BUSINESS GERMAN--Three hours; 3 credits. This is a course designed for students who wish to become acquainted with the language of business in German. Business terminology, basic letter reading and writing are introduced and developed. Prerequisite: GERM 204.

GERM 311 ADVANCED GERMAN CONVERSATION AND COMPOSITION I--Three hours; 3 credits. This course provides development of fluency and grammatical accuracy in speaking German, as well as writing of original compositions with stress on advanced grammar analysis and use of idiomatic expressions. Prerequisite: GERM 204.

GERM 312 ADVANCED GERMAN CONVERSATION AND COMPOSITION II--Three hours; 3 credits. This is a continuation of GERM 311. Prerequisite: GERM 204.

GERM 315 SURVEY OF GERMAN LITERATURE I--Three hours; 3 credits. This course is a general survey of German literary masterpieces from the Old High German Period up through Goethe and Schiller. Prerequisite: GERM 204.

GERM 316 SURVEY OF GERMAN LITERATURE II--Three hours; 3 credits. This course is a general survey of German literature from the Romantic period through the present time. Prerequisite: GERM 204.

GERM 317 GERMAN CIVILIZATION I--Three hours; 3 credits. This course is a comprehensive study of the origin and development of the German nation and of its cultural role in human history up to the Reformation. Prerequisite: GEM 204.

GERM 318 GERMAN CIVILIZATION II--Three hours; 3 credits. This course traces the development of Germany from the Reformation to the present. Prerequisite: GERM 204.

GERM 411 ADVANCED GERMAN SYNTAX AND STYLISTICS I--Three hours; 3 credits. This course is a systematic and thorough review of advanced German grammar. It stresses difficult points of syntax and analysis of stylistics. Its emphasis is on spoken and written language. Prerequisite: GERM 204.

GERM 412 ADVANCED GERMAN SYNTAX AND STYLISTICS II--Three hours; 3 credits. This is a continuation of GERM 411. Prerequisite: GERM 204.

GERM 420 TRANSLATING AND INTERPRETING GERMAN I--Three hours; 3 credits. This course is designed to develop advanced skills through training in translation and interpretation. Students translate German texts from different fields with emphasis on grammar and literary quality. They also practice translation from English into German. Prerequisite: GERM 204.

GERM 421 TRANSLATING AND INTERPRETING GERMAN II--Three hours; 3 credits. This is a continuation of GERM 420. Prerequisite: GERM 204.

GERM 450 SPECIAL TOPICS IN GERMAN--Three hours; 3 credits. Prerequisite: GERM 204.