» About the
» Related Links
Home » Academics
of Arts and Humanities » Department
of Modern Languages & Literature
GER 1010, 1020 ELEMENTARY GERMAN I, II 4, (4
A functional introduction to the structure of the German language. The
class activity develops the four skills (speaking, listening, reading,
and writing) as well as basic linguistic skills that enable the student
to appreciate the common origins and features of German and English. Four
hours of class and one hour independent laboratory per week. Prerequisite
to 1020: 1010 or a satisfactory demonstration of equivalent proficiency.
These courses are offered every fall and spring semester in sequence only.
GER 2010, 2020 INTERMEDIATE GERMAN I, II 3, (3 s.h.)
Readings, videos, and conversational practice provide the student experience
with the contemporary German idiom and culture. Grammar review and exposure
to expressions used in everyday life enable the student to understand
German of moderate difficulty as well as the customs and features of the
Germanspeaking countries. Prerequisite for 2010: 1020 or a demonstration
of equivalent proficiency. Prerequisite for 2020: 2010 or a demonstration
of equivalent proficiency. These courses are offered every fall and spring
semester in sequence only.