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Queen's University
 

Year 5

 GRMN 510*  Die deutsche Novelle  NOT offered in 2011-2012  INDV

A reading course involving an intensive independent study of works representative of the genre ‘Novelle' in the 19th and 20th centuries. Students are expected to familiarize themselves with the relevant critical literature; a reading list and a select bibliography are available. More information on GRMN 510.

 GRMN 511*  Special Topics I  NOT Offered: Fall 2011  INDV
 GRMN 512*  Special Topics II  NOT Offered: Winter 2012  INDV

Specialized study, as circumstances permit, of a particular author, genre, theme, movement, literary form, or some combination of these elements. More information on GRMN 511 and 512

 GRMN 531*  Directed Special Studies I  Offered: Fall 2011  INDV
 GRMN 532*  Directed Special Studies II  Offered: Winter 2012 INDV 

Reading courses enabling individual study of a particular author or problem in greater depth, the specific topic to be selected in consultation with the Head of Department. An essay of appropriate length may, after consultation, be submitted in either course in lieu of a final examination. More information on GRMN 531 and 532

 GRMN 540  Directed Studies I  Offered: Fall 2011  INDV
 GRMN 541  Directed Studies II  Winter 2012  INDV

Directed reading course as a capstone project to a degree concentration in German. The student can expect to develop skills in project development, independent research, and essay writing. The purpose is to enable a student to gain a greater depth in a particular aspect within the field of German Studies. Prerequisite: Permission of the Undergraduate Chair.

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