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German Studies (GERM)
Introduction to modern German. Oral practice, listening and reading comprehension. Basic structures necessary for simple spoken and written expression.
- Note: Students with previous exposure to German must take a placement exam. D-clearance available at language.usc.edu.
Continuation of German I. Introduction to German culture. Prerequisite: 101.
|36009R||001||Lecture||10:00-10:50am||MTuWTh||4 of 19||Eve Lee||WPH202|
|36010R||001||Lecture||11:00-11:50am||MTuWTh||9 of 19||Britta Bothe||CPA202||Word (168448 KB)|
Intermediate German. Increasing emphasis on listening and speaking skills and a review of basic structures of German. Discussion of cultural aspects. Prerequisite: 101 and 102.
|36015R||001||Lecture||12:00-12:50pm||MTuWTh||3 of 19||John Arensmeyer||CPA209|
|36016R||001||Lecture||1:00-1:50pm||MTuWTh||13 of 19||John Arensmeyer||CPA209|
Conversational German in a variety of topical settings and vocabulary domains. Prerequisite: 3rd semester German or equivalent.
|36020R||001||Lecture||11:00-11:50am||MTuWTh||4 of 19||John Arensmeyer||CPA209|
Development of competence in written expression; fundamentals of style in expository writing. In German.
|36030D||001||Lecture||2:00-3:50pm||Mon, Wed||4 of 19||Britta Bothe||CPA260||Word (157184 KB)|