Foreign Languages Travel Abroad Seminar
- A seminar with emphasis on language, literature, and culture. Non-language students may take this course in English translation for credit in humanities but not receive any foreign language credit. Students travel under supervision and receive from one to four credits in German -or in translated literature for non-language students. Number of credits depends on the duration of exposure, the amount of reading, and the quality of written work. Non-language students should consult the Humanities department chair.
- The political, social, intellectual, and artistic development of the German nation from its origin to the present. Required for a major or teaching minor in German.
Teaching of Foreign Languages
- The principles and methods of teaching foreign languages. C: Should be taken simultaneously with TEACHING 4110.
- Theory of German sounds with practical training in pronunciation. Oral practice in language laboratory. Required for a major or teaching minor in German.
Survey of German Literature to 1750
- Representative works from the oldest records to the 18th Century; lectures and discussions in German.
Supervised Independent Study
- For advanced students who wish to further acquaint themselves with German literature, civilization, or linguistics; thesis type report and examination; number of credits to be determined at the beginning of the course. By special permission.
Survey of German Literature Since 1750
- Continuation of German 6230. Representative works from 18th and early 19th century; lectures and discussions in German.