This Online Orientation should take approximately 30 – 35 minutes. You will also have an opportunity to sign up for Group Advising and/or New Student Orientation after you complete the orientation.
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 Contact Information
Chairperson: Gary Abbott
Dept. Assistant: Denise Crawford
Phone: 732.906.2529
Fax: 732.906.4156
Email: GAbbott@middlesexcc.edu
Location: IRC 205
 Contact Information
Chairperson: Gary Abbott
Dept. Assistant: Denise Crawford
Phone: 732.906.2529
Fax: 732.906.4156
Email: GAbbott@middlesexcc.edu
Location: IRC 205

German Courses

GER 121 GER 122
ELEMENTARY GERMAN I
Credits : 3
Basic skills: listening, speaking, reading, writing. Supporting work in the language laboratory. For students beginning German or with less than two years of German in high school.
ELEMENTARY GERMAN II
Credits : 3
Pre-Requisites : GER 121
Continuation of GER 121.
GER 221 GER 222
INTERMEDIATE GERMAN I
Credits : 3
Pre-Requisites : GER 122 or two years of secondary school German
Review and continued study of grammatical structures. Practice in listening and reading skills; emphasis on speaking and writing based on modern German short stories and cultural topics. Supporting work in the language laboratory.
INTERMEDIATE GERMAN II
Credits : 3
Pre-Requisites : GER 221 or higher or permission of Department Chairperson

Continuation of GER 221.

GER 224 GER 228
MODERN GERMAN LITERATURE
Credits : 3
Pre-Requisites : GER 221 or higher or permission of Department Chairperson
Introduces major writers of the modern era; emphasis is on short stories by authors from Austria, Germany, and Switzerland.
GERMAN CULTURE AND CIVILIZATION
Credits : 3
Pre-Requisites : GER 221 or higher
Survey of the major aspects of German culture and civilization, both historical and contemporary. Extensive use of media: film, slides, recordings.
GER 231 GER 228
GERMAN CONVERSATION AND COMPOSITION I
Credits : 3
Pre-Requisites : GER 222 or equivalent
Emphasis on speaking and writing skills; vocabulary buildings in contemporary cultural, social, and literary contexts; expanded study of syntax and grammar through example and expression.
GERMAN CONVERSATION AND COMPOSITION II
Credits : 3
Pre-Requisites : GER 231 or equivalent
Continuation of GER 231.