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general information
academic units
courses
personnel
reference

GENERAL INFORMATION

Message From the President 2
The University of Hawai'i 5
calendar 6-7
undergraduate education 8-
22
UHM General Education Core and Graduation Requirements 23-
27
graduate education 28-
45
student Life 46-
58
tuition, fees, and financial aid 59-
69
degrees and certificates 70-
71

ACADEMIC UNITS

architecture 72-
76
arts & sciences, AMST-IT 77-
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Arts & Sciences, JOUR-ZOOL 122-
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business administration 176-
185
education
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engineering 208-
216
hawaiian, asian, and pacific studies 217-
225
health sciences and social welfare 226
interdisciplinary programs 227-
233
law 234-
236
medicine 237-
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nursing 256-
266
ocean and earth science and technology 267-
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outreach college 285-
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public health 289-
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rotc programs 293-
294
social work
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297
travel industry management 298-
303
tropical agriculture and human resources 304-
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instructional support, research, and Service Units  478-
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COURSES

overview 325
a - E 326-
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f - N 379-
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o - Z 427-
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PERSONNEL

administration 484-
485
Endowed Chairs and Distinguished Professorships 486
faculty 486-
510
emeriti faculty 511-
517
Instructional Support, Research, and Service Units Staff 518-
527

REFERENCE

appendix 528-
532
glossary 533-
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campus map

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Courses: German
German (GER)

College of Languages, Linguistics and Literature 

All courses are conducted in German.

GER 101 Elementary German (4) Conversation, lab drill, grammar, reading. FL

GER 102 Elementary German (4) Continuation of 101. FL

GER 201 Intermediate German (3) Reading, conversation, lab drill, composition. Pre: 
102. FL

GER 202 Intermediate German (3) Continuation of 201. Pre: 201. FL

GER 204 Intermediate German: Business and Related Fields (3) Intermediate German conversation, reading, and writing with a special emphasis on the vocabulary and cultural context of the German business world. Pre: 201. FL

GER 211 Intermediate German: Scholarly Readings (3) General and individual practice in comprehending scholarly readings in German. Pre: 102. Also open to graduate students by consent. FL

GER 260 Intensive Intermediate German Abroad (V) Intensive course of formal instruction on the second-year level in German language and culture in Germany. Pre: 102. FL 

GER 212 Intermediate German: Scholarly Readings (3) Continuation of 211. Pre: 201 or 211. Also open to graduate students by consent. FL

GER 301 Phonetics and Pronunciation Practice (3) Analysis of the German phonological system and practice in pronunciation. Pre: 202.

GER 304 Advanced German: Business and Related Fields (3) Advanced German conversation, reading, and writing with a special emphasis on the vocabulary and cultural context of the German business world. Pre: 204.

GER 305 Composition and Conversation (3) German sentence structure and phrasing; conversation; lab drill; composition on literary subjects. Pre: 202.

GER 306 Composition and Conversation (3) Continuation of 305. Pre: 305.

GER 312 Introduction to German Literature (3) Representative reading and discussion of cultural periods in chronological order from c.1700; brief reference to earlier periods. Pre: 202 or concurrent with instructor's approval.

GER 313 Introduction to German Literature (3) Continuation of 312. Pre: 312 or approval of instructor.

GER 360 Intensive Third-Level German Abroad (V) Intensive course of formal instruction on the third-year level in German language and culture in Germany. Pre: 202 or 260.

GER 361 Introduction to German Civilization (3) German cultural heritage and contemporary German civilization in Austria, Germany, and Switzerland. Pre: 305 (or concurrent).

GER 371 Practical German for use in Hawai'i (3) Use of German in practical situations in Hawai'i, e.g., in travel industry. Pre: 305 (or concurrent).

GER 401 German Literary Criticism (3) Role of literary criticism, function of literature, literary techniques, and German schools of literary theories. Pre: 312 or 315.

GER 407 Early German Literature to 1500 (3) Beginnings, mythology, and literary documents; courtly literature, including Wolfram's Parzival; lyrics of Minnesingers; heroic epic, mysticism, and church drama. Pre: 306 or consent.

GER 408 German Literature from 1500 to 1700 (3) Reformation, humanism; folksong chapbooks, popular theater, early novel, baroque poetry, drama, novel. Pre: 306 or consent.

GER 409 Enlightenment-Sturm und Drang (3) Lessing and his contemporaries; early dramas of Goethe and Schiller; Goethe's early lyrics. Pre: 306 or consent.

GER 410 Classicism (3) Classical writings of Goethe and Schiller; some reference to other writers. Pre: 306 or consent.

GER 411 Romanticism (3) Novalis, Tieck, E. T. A. Hoffmann, Eichendorff, etc. Pre: 306 or consent.

GER 412 Poetic Realism (3) Masterworks by Bchner, Raabe, Storm, Keller, Meyer, Hebbel, and others. Pre: 306 or consent.

GER 414 German Literature from 1880 to 1950 (3) Theater, prose, poetry exemplifying literary currents from naturalism to expressionism and Nullpunkt literature. Hauptmann, Rilke, Trakl, Kafka, Brecht, Bll, etc. Pre: 306 or consent.

GER 415 Contemporary German Literary Activity (3) Handke, Becker, Weiss, Bernhard, Walser, Bll, Grass. Pre: 306 or consent.

GER 428 Survey of German Lyric Poetry (3) Individual interpretation complements lectures on theoretical and historical background. Pre: 306 or consent.

GER 432 Stylistics (3) Analysis of prose selections through identification of their structural and semantic elements. Written and oral styles; specific structural elements and their semantic effect. Pre: 306 or consent.

GER 450 The Structure of German (3) Analysis of German phonology, syntax, and semantics. Pre: 301 and 306; or consent.

GER 451 Introduction to the History of German Language (3) Survey of important developments from beginnings to present. Pre: 301 and 306; or consent.

GER 452 Introduction to Middle High German (3) Introduction to phonology and morphology with selected readings. Pre: 301 and 306; or consent.

GER 460 Intensive Fourth-Level German Abroad (V) Intensive course of formal instruction on the fourth-level in German language and culture in a German-speaking country. Pre: 360 or equivalent.

GER 609 Middle High German (3) Grammar, syntax, phonetics, rhythm, meter, reading.

GER 610 Middle High German (3) Emphasis on literature.

GER 615 History of the German Language (3) Development from Middle High German to present; fundamentals of linguistics.

GER 616 History of the German Language (3) Development from the beginnings through the Old High German period. Pre: 615 or consent.

GER 632 German Stylistics (3) Concepts of style and stylistics; descriptive and applied stylistics; stylistic phenomena in texts and methods of assessing style.

GER 650 Seminar: The German Essay (3) Development as exemplified by works from various periods.

GER 651 Seminar: The German Novelle (3) Discussion of representative works from end of 18th century to 1955.

GER 652 Seminar: German Drama (3) Development of dramatic theory and literature as exemplified by typical works of literary periods.

GER 653 Seminar: Lyric Poetry (3) Comparative study of works of representative German poets.

GER 654 Seminar: The German Novel (3) Novels representative of a period, movement, or author.

GER 655 Faust (3) Short history of Faust theme; Goethe's dramatic poem.

GER 699 Directed Research (V) Pre: consent of department chair.

GER 735 Seminar (3) Study of authors, topics, a genre, or a period. Repeatable. Pre: consent of chair of graduate field.

For key to symbols and abbreviations, see the first page of this section.


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