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GERM 2290 Advanced Reading in German (Spring: 3 )

Course Description

This course will sharpen students' skills in reading advanced texts in German. It serves as a bridge between the department's language courses and the various practical and academic settings in which a strong reading knowledge of German is required. Texts will be taken from a wide spectrum of sources: German history, thought, literature, music, and modern media. The course will facilitate vocabulary development and offer an insight into the German Geist. It is recommended for students planning to study abroad and is open to graduate students planning to conduct research in the German language.

Instructor(s): Hanni Myers

Prerequisites: GERM1050. GERM 1050-1051 or the equivalent.

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Comments: Conducted in German.
Counts toward German major and German Studies minor. Required for German minor. Satisfies Foreign Language Proficiency core requirement.

Last Updated: 24-Jun-17