GRM 101 - 102 - Beginning German
Introductory language courses, emphasizing conversation, grammar, reading and pronunciation.
GRM 201 - Intermediate German
A review of grammar, expansion of vocabulary, practice of spoken and written German, and the study of a novel or other prose texts.
GRM 202 - Intensive Intermediate German
An intensive language course whose reading segments place emphasis on themes in German culture and civilization. Prerequisite: "B-" in 201 or permission of the instructor.
GRM 303 - German Composition, Conversation and Grammar I
An intermediate intensive language course seeking to further the student’s writing skills, oral competence and knowledge of grammar.
GRM 304 - German Composition, Conversation and Grammar II
A continuation of 303.
GRM 350 - Study in a German-Speaking Country
Supervised and/or evaluated by a faculty member. This course may be repeated for credit if topic or study location is different. (Study location and topic noted on transcript, i.e. GRM 350 Advanced Grammar in Würzburg, Germany.
GRM 399 - Advanced Written and Spoken German I
A study and practice of idiomatic language through oral presentations, debate, essay writing, reading and grammar.
GRM 400 - Advanced Written and Spoken German II
A continuation of 399
GRM 401 - Business German
An applied study of communication skills, terminology, rhetorical devices and the culture of German business. Offered on demand.
GRM 402 - Contemporary Topics
A conversation course focusing on media, film, trans-Atlantic relations, etc. Offered on demand.
GRM 412 - Classical German Literature (The Age of Goethe)
A survey of classical German literature through the reading of selected works by Lessing, Goethe and Schiller.
GRM 413 - Nineteenth-Century German Literature
A study of representative works of German Romanticism, Biedermeier, Realism and Naturalism.
GRM 414 - Twentieth-Century German Literature
A study of representative literary works of the 20th Century, including the modern classical authors Franz Kafka, Thomas Mann, Robert Musil and Stefan Zweig.
GRM 420 - German Literature and Culture from the Middle Ages to the 18th Century
German culture and civilization reflected in great literary, philosophical and religious writings.
GRM 452 - German Literature in English Translation
(The course is open to all students and does not satisfy the German major or minor requirements.)
GRM 460 - Foreign Internship
Departmentally approved foreign internship.
GRM 465 - The Teaching of Modern Languages
A methods and materials course for the teaching of French, German and Spanish at the elementary and secondary levels. Taught in English.
GRM 493 - Seminar in German
A seminar dealing with a specific aspect of German language, literature or culture, such as a literary period, genre, an author, history or linguistics. This course may be repeated for credit if the topic is different.
GRM 597 - Special Problems
Supervised independent study of a limited field. Prerequisite: a field of concentration in German, with three years of college German or permission of the instructor.
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