German (GR)

GR 1311. Intro to German I. 3 Semester Hours.

Essentials of German. An introduction to the four phases of language learning: understanding, reading, speaking, and writing German, and an introduction to German culture. The course consists of two semesters. Each semester consists of two hours lecture and one hour of audio/video/writing laboratory. A laboratory fee is charged. Enrollment restricted to students with no prior experience in German. Students who have been introduced to German at home, or in high school, should take GR 2311 and GR 2312. GR 1311 is a prerequisite for GR 1312. Permission of the Department Chair is required.

GR 1312. Introduction to German II. 3 Semester Hours.

Essentials of German. An introduction to the four phases of language learning: understanding, reading, speaking, and writing German, and an introduction to German culture. The course consists of two semesters. Each semester consists of two hours lecture and one hour of audio/video/writing laboratory. A laboratory fee is charged. Enrollment restricted to students with no prior experience in German. Students who have been introduced to German at home, or in high school, should take GR 2311 and GR 2312. GR 1311 is a prerequisite for GR 1312. Permission of the Department Chair is required.

GR 2311. Second Year German I. 3 Semester Hours.

German grammar reviewed and applied to practice in composition. Course includes practice in comprehension of spoken and guided speaking, reading, and writing activities leading to self-expression in the German language. The course consists of two semesters. Each semester consists of two hours lecture and one hour of audio/video/writing laboratory. A laboratory fee is charged. GR 2311 or equivalent obtained through CLEP or Advanced Placement Exams is a prerequisite for GR 2312.

GR 2312. Second Year German II. 3 Semester Hours.

German grammar reviewed and applied to practice in composition. Course includes practice in comprehension of spoken and guided speaking, reading, and writing activities leading to self-expression in the German language. The course consists of two semesters. Each semester consists of two hours lecture and one hour of audio/video/writing laboratory. A laboratory fee is charged. GR 2311 or equivalent obtained through CLEP or Advanced Placement Exams is a prerequisite for GR 2312.