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GERM 1175 Business German (Spring/Fall: 3 )


Course Description

An introduction to the language and structure of business in the German-speaking countries, this course will focus on daily business practices, on texts related to business in German, and on cultural differences in the German-speaking business world. A semester's work includes the practice of skills necessary to understand and perform basic business transactions (role-playing); the exploration of business in German in different media, such as television and the Internet; and the praxis-oriented expansion of applying the German language in a professional context. Not suitable for native speakers of German.


Instructor(s): Ruth Sondermann

Prerequisites: GERM 1051 or the equivalent

Cross listed with:

Comments: Conducted in German.
Counts toward German major, German minor, and German Studies minor.


Last Updated: 10-Mar-15