GRMN 1000--Introduces the ways in which the various aspects of German culture help define German life and national identity. By examining art, music and media, primarily of the 20th century, students explore what it means to be German. Note: Taught in English. GT: Course is approved by the Colorado Department of Higher Education for statewide guaranteed transfer

GRMN 1010--Introduces basic grammar, sentence structure and speech patterns. Students placing into a course through any means other than following the regular sequence must consult with an appropriate faculty member of the Dept. of Modern Languages prior to enrollment

GRMN 1020--(Continuation of GRMN 1010.) Students placing into a course through any means other than following the regular sequence must consult with an appropriate faculty member of the Dept. of Modern Languages prior to enrollment. Note: This course assumes that students have passed GRMN 1010 or equivalent, or have taken one year of high school German, or possess equivalent proficiency. A grade of C- or higher in GRMN 1010 is recommended for success in this course.

GRMN 2010--(Continuation of German 1020.) Students placing into a course through any means other than following the regular sequence must consult with an appropriate faculty member of the Dept. of Modern Languages prior to enrollment. Note: This course assumes that students have passed GRMN 1020 or equivalent, or have taken two years of high school German, or possess equivalent proficiency. A grade of C- or higher in GRMN 1020 is recommended for success in this course.

GRMN 2150--(Follows GRMN 2110) Prepares students for upper division. German language skills courses. Students practice abilities gained in previous semesters of language instruction, improve conversational abilities, develop skills using reference works, learn tactics for reading and discussing newspaper style German and develop written composition abilities. Students placing into a course through any means other than following the regular sequence must consult with an appropriate faculty member of the Dept. of Modern Languages prior to enrollment. Taught in German. Note: This course assumes that students have passed GRMN 2110 or equivalent, or have taken three years of high school German, or possess equivalent proficiency. A grade of C- or higher in GRMN 2110 is recommended for success in this course.

GRMN 3200--Provides students with a detailed overview of the systems in modern, united Germany such as social, educational, and political. Examines how Germany sees itself as a vital member of the EU. Exposes students to rudimentary use of the German language. Prereq: Sophomore standing.

GRMN 3030--German Conversation

GRMN 3050--Phonetics & Pronunciation

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For More Information Please Contact:

Tim Phillips, Advisor for German

Plaza Building, Room 118 C

303-315-7235

Tim.Phillips@ucdenver.edu