German (GER)

GER 101  Elementary German I    3 sem. hrs.

Essentials of German enabling the student to achieve basic proficiency in the language. Emphasis on structure, vocabulary, and sociolinguistic elements in relation to function. For entrance into 101 students should have a 101 placement or should not have studied German previously. Sequence offered every fall/spring.

GER 102  Elementary German II    3 sem. hrs.

Essentials of German enabling the student to achieve basic proficiency in the language. Emphasis on structure, vocabulary, and sociolinguistic elements in relation to function. Students must have a 102 placement or have successfully completed 101. Sequence offered every fall/spring.

GER 201  Intermediate German I    3 sem. hrs.

Thorough review of structure and syntax; study and analysis of graded literary material. Oral practice. These courses can be used to satisfy the foreign language requirement of the core curriculum only by students who have had no more than three years of German at the high school level. Offered when sufficient enrollment exists.

Prerequisite: GER 102 or placement.

GER 202  Intermediate German II    3 sem. hrs.

Thorough review of structure and syntax; study and analysis of graded literary material. Oral practice. These courses can be used to satisfy the foreign language requirement of the core curriculum only by students who have had no more than three years of German at the high school level. Offered when sufficient enrollment exists.

Prerequisite: GER 102, GER 201 or placement.

GER 301  Advanced German I    3 sem. hrs.

Study of the more advanced elements of phonology, morphology, syntax, and regional variations of the German language. Can be used to satisfy the foreign language requirement of the core curriculum only by students who have had four years of German at the high school level. Offered when sufficient enrollment exists.

Prerequisite: GER 202 or placement.

GER 302  Advanced German II    3 sem. hrs.

Study of the more advanced elements of phonology, morphology, syntax, and regional variations of the German language. Can be used to satisfy the foreign language requirement of the core curriculum only by students who have had four years of German at the high school level. Offered when sufficient enrollment exists.

Prerequisite: GER 202, GER 301 or placement.