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German Courses

German Course Descriptions

 
GERM 011A. First-Year German, First Semester. 4 Units.

Students begin training in the basic language skills of understanding, speaking, reading and writing at the first semester level. The focus is on a cultural approach and the course includes a laboratory.

GERM 011B. First-Year German, Second Semester. 4 Units.

Students begin training in the basic language skills of understanding, speaking, reading and writing at the second semester level. The course is on a cultural approach and the course includes a laboratory. Placement is subject to continual re-evaluation. Prerequisite: GERM 011A with a "C-" or better, or permission of instructor.

GERM 023. Intermediate German, Third Semester. 4 Units.

Culture and civilization of the German-speaking countries are examined through readings, conversations, and videos about daily life and customs in Germany, Austria and Switzerland as well as exploration of German-language web sites. this course is an integrated review of German as a functioning language-system. Prerequisite: GERM 011B with a "C-" or better or permission of instructor.

GERM 025. Intermediate German, Fourth Semester. 4 Units.

This course is a continuation of the cultural themes begun in GERM 023. This course explores culture and civilization of the German-speaking countries through readings, conversations, and videos about daily life and customs in Germany, Austria and Switzerland as well as exploration of German-language web sites. The course includes a continuation of the integrated review of German as a functioning language-system. Prerequisite: GERM 023 with a "C-" or better or permission of the instructor.

GERM 191. Independent Study. 2-4 Units.

Senior standing.