German Language (GER)

GER-101  Beginning German I    4 Credits

Prerequisites: None
Terms Offered: Summer, Fall, Winter, Spring
The first couse in a three-part sequence providing an introduction to speaking, reading, listening and writing German. To that end, its focus is on the grammar, vocabulary, and syntax of the German language. Students are eligible to take this course only if they have less than one year of high school German, or less than one term of college German or by consent of the Head of the Department of Liberal Studies. A basic skills course, it counts for free elective credit and cannot substitute for any of the general education courses required of all students.
Lecture: 4, Lab 0, Other 0

GER-102  Beginning German II    4 Credits

Prerequisites: None
Terms Offered: Summer, Fall, Winter, Spring
The second course in a three-part sequence providing an introduction to speaking, reading, and writing German. It develops the grammar, vocabulary, and syntax of the German language based on the foundation established in Beginning German I. Students are eligible to take this course only if they have less than two years of high school German, or less than two terms of college German or by consent of the Head of the Department of Liberal Studies. A basic skills course, it counts for free elective credit and cannot substitute for any of the general education courses required of all students.
Lecture: 4, Lab 0, Other 0

GER-103  Beginning German III    4 Credits

Prerequisites: None
Terms Offered: As needed
This course is the third in a three-part sequence providing an introduction to speaking, reading, and writing German. It develops the grammar, vocabulary, and syntax of the German language based on the foundation established in Beginning German I and II. Students are eligible to take this course only if they have less than three years of high school German, or less than three terms of college German or by consent of the Head of the Department of Liberal Studies. A basic skills course, it counts for free elective credit and cannot substitute for any of the general education courses required of all students.
Lecture: 4, Lab 0, Other 0