Duke in Berlin Courses

Course Numbering Scheme

0-99 Advanced Placement Credit; House Courses; First-Year Seminars; First-Year Writing; Registrar/Department special purpose
100-199 Introductory-level undergraduate courses; basic skills/activity courses; foundation courses; Focus program courses
200-399 Undergraduate courses above introductory level
400-499 Advanced undergraduate, senior seminars, capstone courses, honors thesis courses
500-699 Graduate courses open to advanced undergraduates
700-999 Graduate only courses (not open to undergraduates)

These are courses taught in German, that meet the Foreign Language requirement for graduation with a bachelor degree at Duke.

Course Number Title Curriculum Codes Crosslisting Numbers
GERMAN111A Intensive First-Year German FL
GERMAN212A Intensive Intermediate German CZ, FL
GERMAN213A Intensive Intermediate German for Engineers CZ, FL
GERMAN220A Readings in German Literature FL, ALP
GERMAN303AS Advanced German in Berlin CZ, CCI, FL, ALP
GERMAN312AS Advanced Intensive German Language and Culture W, CZ, CCI, FL, ALP
GERMAN319AS Advanced Intensive German Language and Culture CZ, CCI, FL
GERMAN321A Economics of a United Europe SS, CCI ECON260A , ICS
GERMAN322A Berlin: Architecture, Art and the City, 1871-Present CZ, CCI, ALP ARTHIST296A, ICS
GERMAN325A Current Issues and Trends in Germany CZ, CCI, FL ICS
GERMAN352AS Berlin in Literature and Culture CCI, FL, ALP ICS
GERMAN354SA Contemporary Art in Berlin CCI, FL, ALP
GERMAN359A Germany Today: A European Superpower? Duke-in-Berlin SS, CCI, FL POLSCI296A, HISTORY266A, ICS
GERMAN362SA The Economics of the Energiewende in Germany STS, SS, EI ENVIRON367SA, ECON331SA
GERMAN365A Art and Architecture of Berlin, Fifteenth to the Twentieth Century CZ, CCI, ALP ARTHIST297A
GERMAN366DA Berlin Since the War CZ, CCI PUBPOL210DA , HISTORY334DA
GERMAN367A Jewish Berlin EI, CZ, CCI, ALP JEWISHST367A, LIT367A, ICS
GERMAN420A Advanced German Cultural Studies CZ, FL ICS