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GERM 3320 German Business and Trends in Europe (Fall/Spring: 3 )

Course Description

This advanced level German language course offers an insight into business practices, such as hiring and firing, labor laws, the developing entrepreneurship scene in Germany, and the ever changing role of the European Union. Aging population, immigration, a changing education system, and a reduced social benefit system are some of the trends that can be observed in many European countries; and businesses have to adapt to them. The opportunity of taking the internationally recognized Zertifikat Deutsch für den Beruf "ZDfD" and practice for this test will be provided in the class.

Schedule: Biennially

Instructor(s): Ruth Sondermann

Prerequisites: GERM2202. GERM 2202 (with a B- or better) or the equivalent.

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

Last Updated: 30-Nov-17