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GERM-173 Business in Germany
Fall for 2014-2015
Banchoff, Anja
This course is a Level IV undergraduate course with a content focus on
economic and business issues as related to today’s Germany. With all
topics, emphasis is placed on cross-cultural comparisons between the U.S. and Germany. The content foci are explored through exposure to a variety of genres and close analysis of discursive practices prevalent in formal, business-oriented German. Students are guided towards acquisition of advanced language abilities as they examine textual organization features and expand their repertoire of specific technical vocabulary and grammatical structures necessary for making meaning in a business domain.
Credits: 3
Prerequisites: completion of 102 or 111 or equivalent
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