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German Studies

Spring 2021 Schedule:

  • FCC 210 CRN 22190: German Cinema, TR 12:30-1:45
  • GER 101 CRN 20142: Convers. German I, MWF 12:20-1:10
  • GER 102 CRN 21705: Convers. German II, MWF 1:25-2:15

Fall 2021 Schedule:

  • FCC 210 CRN 12834: German Cinema, TR 12:30-1:45
  • GER 101 CRN 10795: Convers. German I, TR 11:00-12:15
  • GER 201 CRN 13258: Inter. Convers.German I, TR 9:30-10:45

 


Course Offerings

FCC 210 

  • German Cinema. Taught in English. Introduction to the unique values and traditions of the German peoples as reflected in their aesthetic, intellectual, and other cultural achievements. This course is designed for students who have little or no prior experience with the German language, culture or history. Our focus will be to gain an introduction to German culture through its history and language as represented in film. Although many films may be viewed during class, students will be required to view some of the films outside of class time. Fulfills General Education requirement E-3B.

FCC 222 

  • German Culture and Civilization. Taught in English. Introduction to the unique values and traditions of the German peoples as reflected in their aesthetic, intellectual, and other cultural achievements. Fulfills General Education requirement E-3B. 

GER 101 

  • GER 101 is for students with no (or little) experience with German. Not open to native speakers of German. Beginning German conversation, grammar, and language skills. Emphasis on speaking and listening comprehension, with introduction to basic written forms. Taught within the context of Germanic cultures.  Fulfills General Education requirement E-6 and Kentucky Pre-College Curriculum FORL requirements.

GER 102 

  • Recommended prerequisite: GER 101 or equivalent proficiency. Continuation of GER 101. Students entering GER 102 by referral or placement receive three hours credit for GER 101 if they make an "A" in 102. Continuing work on basic communicative skills. Taught within the context of Germanic cultures.  Not open to native speakers of German.  Fulfills General Education requirement E-6 and Kentucky Pre-College Curriculum FORL requirements.

GER 201   

  • Recommended prerequisite: GER 102 or equivalent proficiency. German conversation, grammar, and other language skills with increased emphasis on developing basic writing and reading skills. Taught in a cultural context. Students entering GER 201 by referral or placement receive six hours credit for GER 101 and 102 if they make an "A" or "B" in 201.  Not open to native speakers of German.  Fulfills General Education requirement E-6 and Kentucky Pre-College Curriculum FORL requirements.

GER 202   

  • Recommended prerequisite: GER 201 or equivalent proficiency. German conversation, grammar, and other language skills with increased emphasis on developing basic writing and reading skills. Taught in a cultural context. Students entering GER 202 by referral or placement receive nine hours credit for GER 101, 102, and 201 if they make an "A" or "B" in 202.  Not open to native speakers of German.  Fulfills General Education requirement E-6 and Kentucky Pre-College Curriculum FORL requirements.


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