German Electives

Course Descriptions

GER 101 - Beginning in German I

These courses provide the basis for communication in German and for understanding the cultures of the German-speaking world. Through first elements of the language, students learn aspects of history, geography, and culture. Structures and patterns are introduced and practiced.

Number of Credits: 3

When Offered: Fall

How Offered: Face-to-Face

ILO Met: ILO 11.1 - Cultural and Global Awareness and Sensitivity

GER 102 - Beginning in German II

These courses provide the basis for communication in German and for understanding the cultures of the German-speaking world. Through first elements of the language, students learn aspects of history, geography, and culture. Structures and patterns are introduced and practiced.

Number of Credits: 3

When Offered: Spring

How Offered: Face-to-Face

Prerequisites: GER 101, equivalent, or departmental placement test.

ILO Met: ILO 9.1 - Creative and Artistic Expression

GER 201 - Continuing in German I

Communication on personal topics is fostered through continuing study of the structural and lexical features of the language. Emphasis is on the encounters of daily life—employment, leisure activities, living situations, family and friends.

Number of Credits: 3

When Offered: Fall

How Offered: Face-to-Face

Prerequisites: German 102, equivalent, or departmental placement.

ILO Met: ILO 11.1 - Cultural and Global Awareness and Sensitivity

GER 202 - Continuing in German II

Communication on personal topics is fostered through continuing study of the structural and lexical features of the language. Emphasis is on the encounters of daily life—employment, leisure activities, living situations, family and friends.

Number of Credits: 3

When Offered: Spring

How Offered: Face-to-Face

Prerequisites: German 201, equivalent, or departmental placement.

ILO Met: ILO 11.1 - Cultural and Global Awareness and Sensitivity