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GER 111 Elementary German I 3
Open only to students with one year or less of high school study. Functional approach to grammar. Facility in understanding spoken German and in reading is developed.CSUS Common Course. Skill Area III

GER 112 Elementary German II 3
Prereq.: GER 111 or equivalent (normally, two years high school study). No credit given to students with previous credit for more advanced course work in German except by permission of the department chair. Presentation of elements of German grammar is completed. Further practice in conversation; writing and speaking based on collateral reading.CSUS Common Course. Skill Area III

GER 125 Intermediate German I 3
Prereq.: One year of college German or equivalent. Grammar, including subjunctive and passive, composition and conversation. No credit will be given to students with previous credit for more advanced course work in German except by permission of the department chair. Fall. Skill Area I [I]

GER 126 Intermediate German II 3
Prereq.: GER 125 or equivalent. Intensive practice in oral and written German expression, as well as grammar review and reading. No credit will be given to students with credit for more advanced course work in German except by permission of department chair. Spring. Skill Area I [I]

200s

GER 225 Intermediate German III 3
Prereq.: GER 125 or 126 or permission of instructor. Designed to help students improve speaking skills through the discussion of contemporary texts. Further study of grammar. Fall. Skill Area I [I]

GER 226 Intermediate German IV 3
Prereq.: GER 125 or 126 or permission of instructor. Designed to help students improve writing skills by means of frequent composition in German. Further study of grammar. Spring. Skill Area I [I]

300s

GER 304Introduction to German LiteratureI 3
Prereq.: GER 225 or 226 (either may be taken concurrently). Introduction to major works in German literature from its beginning to 1800. Fall. Study Area I [I] [L]

GER 305Introduction to German Literature II 3
Prereq.: GER 225 or GER 226 (either may be taken concurrently). Introduction to major works of German literature since 1800. Spring. Study Area I [I] [L]

GER 315 German Civilization to 1800 3
Prereq.: GER 225 or GER 226 (either may be taken concurrently). Taught in German. Cultural development of Germany from its beginnings to 1800. Fall. Study Area II [I]

GER 316 German Civilization from 1800 to Present 3
Prereq.: GER 225 or GER 226 (either may be taken concurrently). Taught in German. Cultural development of Germany from 1800 to the present. Spring. Study Area II [I]

GER 335 Advanced German for Oral Expression 3
Prereq.: GER 225. Additional practice for student development of oral proficiency in German through discussion of readings, films and other authentic materials. On demand. [I]

GER 336 Advanced German Composition 3
Prereq.: GER 226. Additional practice in idiomatic usage and verbal fluency. Spring. [I]

400s

400-LEVEL CLASSES ARE FOR UNDERGRADUATE CREDIT ONLY, EXCEPT WHERE NOTED WITH "[GR]"

GER 441 Advanced Oral Practice 3
Prereq.: Permission of instructor. Taught in German. Further developmetn of oral proficiency for the advanced student. On demand. [I]

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