MGRMN 3200 German Culture and Civilization
This course is designed to create a cultural/historical frame of reference for students by introducing students to representative works of prose, poetry, theatre, music, art and architecture from several critical "German" cultural epochs from the medieval age through 1900. In addition, students will explore the historical, political, religious and other social forces, which provide context to better understand the cultural value and legacy of these crucial time periods. The language of instruction is German, with differentiated assignments by level. MGRMN 4200 meets with MGRMN 3200, with differentiated assignment lengths and expectations by level.
Prerequisite(s): MGRMN 2020 German Stage 4: Global Connections or permission of the instructor.
Stage 4: Global Connections invites students to enhance their intercultural and linguistic competence by exploring cultural, geographical, historical, and social perspectives of German-speaking countries as they develop their listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills and intercultural competence, thereby allowing them to engage and interact more effectively with native speakers of German.
Prerequisite(s): MGRMN 2010 German Stage 3: Cultural Perspectives or equivalent.
(Normally offered each spring semester.)
Archway Curriculum: Integrative Core: Going Global Thread