This course teaches highly specialized language skills through a computer program in the students individual area of interest, discipline or research field, i.e., humanities, business and economics, chemistry and music, and leads to a reading knowledge of German comparable to fourth-year language courses. Students work independently and must have access to a computer (IBM PC or compatible computer capable of running Windows) with CD-ROM capability.
NOTE: This course can be counted towards a concentration in German Studies but not towards one in German Language and Literature or Business German.
NOTE: The workload is comparable to that of a standard 0.5-credit course such as GRMN 101*
PREREQUISITE GRMN 061* or equivalent.
COURSE ASSIGNMENTS are available in the German Office, Kingston Hall, room 404.
|Assignment #1 (15%)|
|Assignment #2 (15%)|
|Assignment #3 (20%)|
|Final Exam (50%)||
All three assignments must be submitted on time. If this is not possible, please make arrangements with me before the due date.
All assignments must be submitted by the end of term. You must write and pass the final exam in order to pass the course.
Assignments can be picked up and dropped off in the German Office, Kingston Hall Room 404.