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GER 423. Cultural Life and Traditions Abroad

Credits: 3
Department: German
Description: For students participating in the study abroad program in Ingolstadt. Classroom preparation and field trips to local events in Bavaria that demonstrates the culture and lore of the region. Events will include theater and dance performances, concepts, and literary events. Taught by the program director in collaboration with one-site support staff. Course can be repeated once while abroad.
Semester Offered: Spring
Grading Method: ABCDF

Student Learning Outcomes

1. Describe and examine cultural artifacts and traditions of target culture.
2. "Illustrate how regional character of the study abroad site differs from and intersects with the notion of ""German"" culture. "
3. Analyze issues of diversity in German-speaking countries as represented in cultural values and products.
4. Describe and demonstrate intercultural competence in their reflection on interactions with target culture.
5. Analyze social causes and effects of diverse cultural practices in German-speaking countries.

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