Intensive Intermediate German for Engineers
Development of German language proficiency (reading, listening, speaking, and writing), with focus on the acquisition of specialized vocabulary in the fields of engineering, technology, mathematics, and other natural science disciplines. Includes investigation of history and culture of Berlin, with focus on major political, economic, social, and cultural developments since the fall of the Wall. Materials from various sources (scientific texts and problem sets, print media, audio/video material). Taught at the Technical University in Berlin. Offered only in the January term of the Duke-in-Berlin spring semester program. Prerequisite: GERMAN 102, 111, or equivalent. One course.