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Undergraduate Catalog 2016-2017 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Section X: Course Descriptions


Numbering System Each course in the curriculum is defined by an alphabetical prefix and a 3-digit number. The 3-digit number indicates the level of study: 100- and 200-level courses are lower division; 300- and 400-level courses are upper division; 500-, 600- and 700- level courses are graduate courses.

When a W is added to the end of the course number, this means that the course will satisfy the Writing Requirement. However, not all sections of courses with a W meet the writing requirement. Refer to the schedule of classes to see which sections of the course are designated as W.

000-level course designation Developmental courses for ESL students; placement determined by testing of entering students.

100-level course designation Courses with no prerequisites, survey courses or courses defining basic concepts and presenting the terminology of a discipline.

200-level course designation Courses of intermediate college-level difficulty, courses with 100-level course(s) as prerequisite(s) or survey courses devoted to particular areas or fields within a discipline.

300-level course designation Courses of advanced college-level difficulty taken by majors and upper-division students; these are often considered to be courses in the major, offered for students clearly interested in and qualified in the subject.

400-level course designation Advanced upper-division courses and/or seminars, tutorials and honors courses for majors and upperdivision students.

Alphabetical Prefixes The following prefixes are used, preceding the 3-digit number, to designate the field of study. They are listed here alphabetically, with the department or program and field to which they pertain. Specific departments and programs appear alphabetically in the table of contents, the index and the HEGIS Code  section. 
 

 

German: Beginning/Intermediate Courses

   •  GERMN 20250 - Intermediate German Workshop II
   •  GERMN 20300 - Intensive Intermediate German

German: Advanced Courses

   •  GERMN 30100 - Advanced German Comprehension and Conversation
   •  GERMN 30200 - Advanced German Conversation and Composition
   •  GERMN 31000 - Advanced German Language Studies
   •  GERMN 31200 - Introduction to Business German
   •  GERMN 32000 - Studies in German Literature and Language
   •  GERMN 32100 - Individual and Society in Modern German Literature
   •  GERMN 32200 - German Civilization
   •  GERMN 32300 - Women in German Literature
   •  GERMN 32700 - Modern Swiss Literature
   •  GERMN 32800 - German Children's and Adolescent Literature
   •  GERMN 33400 - The German Short Story and Novelle
   •  GERMN 33500 - German Radio Plays: Hoerspiel
   •  GERMN 33600 - German Lyric Poetry
   •  GERMN 33900 - German Drama from Naturalism to Present
   •  GERMN 34100 - German Drama from Age of Goethe to Naturalism
   •  GERMN 34200 - The German Novel
   •  GERMN 34400 - Readings in Classical Period of German Literature
   •  GERMN 34500 - Literature of Weimar Republic
   •  GERMN 34600 - German Literature of the 1930s and 1940s
   •  GERMN 34700 - German Literature 1945-1995
   •  GERMN 34800 - East German Literature (1945-1990)
   •  GERMN 35000 - Austrian Literature
   •  GERMN 35300 - Goethe's Faust
   •  GERMN 35900 - German Literary Seminar
   •  GERMN 37300 - German-Jewish Love Stories in Literature and Film after 1945 (W)
   •  GERMN 38500 - Advanced Topics in German Language Study
   •  GERMN 38501 - The German Press of Today: Reading and Understanding Newspapers and Magazines
   •  GERMN 38502 - Advanced Business German
   •  GERMN 38503 - German Grammar for Upper- Level Discourse
   •  GERMN 38504 - Advanced German Through Translation
   •  GERMN 39900 - Second Language Acquisition
   •  GERMN 44400 - Seminar Studies in German Literature and Language
   •  GERMN 49100 - Honors Project
   •  GERMN 49200 - Independent Study in German
   •  GERMN 49300 - Individual Studies Project in German Studies
   •  GERMN 49800 - Internship

German Literature and Civilization (in English)

   •  GERMN 24000 - German Thought and Culture: A Survey (W)
   •  GERMN 24100 - German Fairy Tales in Translation (W)
   •  GERMN 37200 - Germany in the Twenties (W)
   •  GERMN 37400 - Masterpieces of German Literature in English Translation (W)
   •  GERMN 37900 - Studies/Seminar Studies in German Literature in English Translation
   •  GERMN 47900 - Studies/Seminar Studies in German Literature in English Translation
   •  GRMN 32400 - Post-Feminist German Literature and Film

German: Courses less frequently offered

   •  GERMN 10600 - German through Lieder
   •  GERMN 34300 - German Literature from Its Origins to the Age of Goethe
   •  GERMN 36100 - Gottfried von Strassburg: Tristan
   •  GERMN 36200 - Wolfram von Eschenbach: Parzival in translation
   •  GERMN 36300 - Goethe’s Faust in English translation
   •  GERMN 36400 - Heinrich von Kleist
   •  GERMN 36500 - Georg Büchner
   •  GERMN 36600 - Hermann Hesse
   •  GERMN 36700 - Hermann Hesse: Magister Ludi
   •  GERMN 36800 - Rainer Maria Rilke’s Duino Elegies
   •  GERMN 36900 - Thomas Mann’s The Magic Mountain
   •  GERMN 37000 - Franz Kafka
   •  GERMN 37100 - Bertolt Brecht
   •  GERMN 37600 - Masterpieces of Modern German Prose in English Translation
   •  GERMN 37800 - Masterpieces of German Drama in English Translation

Greek

   •  GRK 10100 - Beginning Greek
   •  GRK 10200 - Beginning Greek
   •  GRK 11000 - Greek Reading
   •  GRK 20200 - Plato
   •  GRK 20300 - Homer
   •  GRK 30100 - Plato II
   •  GRK 30200 - Euripides
   •  GRK 30300 - Greek Lyric Poetry
   •  GRK 30400 - Aristophanes and Menander
   •  GRK 30500 - Attic Orators
   •  GRK 30700 - Sophocles
   •  GRK 30800 - Aeschylus
   •  GRK 30900 - Herodotus
   •  GRK 31000 - Thucydides
   •  GRK 32000 - Topics in Greek Literature
   •  GRK 42100 - Independent Study in Greek Literature

Hebraic Culture

(Conducted in English)

   •  HEBR 21000 - Selected Studies in Hebrew Literature in Translation
   •  HEBR 21100 - Masterpieces of Medieval Hebraic Literature in Translation (W)
   •  HEBR 21200 - Readings in Modern Hebrew Literature in Translation (W)
   •  HEBR 21400 - Maimonides' Guide to the Perplexed
   •  HEBR 21500 - Hebraic and Judaic Culture and Thought in the Medieval Islamic World
   •  HEBR 21800 - Masterpieces of Yiddish Literature in Translation (W)
   •  HEBR 22000 - Israeli Cinema
   •  HEBR 22100 - Modern Israeli Culture
   •  HEBR 22200 - Introduction to Jewish Texts and Writings
   •  HEBR 24000 - Introduction to the Old Testament
   •  HEBR 25000 - Topics in Hebraic Studies
   •  HEBR 25900 - Old Testament Religion
   •  HEBR 28100 - Masterpieces of Ancient Hebraic Literature in Translation (W)
   •  HEBR 28400 - Images of Women in the Old Testament, in Translation
   •  HEBR 28600 - Ancient Near Eastern Literature and the Bible
   •  HEBR 28800 - Ancient Hebraic Folklore
   •  HEBR 29000 - Biblical Archaeology
   •  HEBR 29200 - The Hebrew Prophets
   •  HEBR 29400 - Job, Ecclesiastes and the Human Predicament (W)
   •  HEBR 29500 - Ancient Hebrew Law
   •  HEBR 29600 - The Dead Sea Scrolls in English (W)

Hebrew - Introductory Courses

   •  HEBR 10100 - Elementary Hebrew I
   •  HEBR 10200 - Elementary Hebrew II
   •  HEBR 10300 - Intensive Elementary Hebrew
 

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