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Cornell University    
 
    
 
  Nov 23, 2017
 
Courses of Study 2017-2018
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GERST 2060 - German in Business Culture


(CA-AS) Satisfies Option 1.      
Spring. 3 credits. Student option grading.

Prerequisite: GERST 2000  or placement by examination (placement score and CASE). Students without previous knowledge of business German are welcome. Taught in German. Students must take one of the following courses as a prerequisite for Study Abroad in a German-speaking country: GERST 2020 , GERST 2040 , or GERST 2060.

G. Lischke.

Learn German and understand German business culture at the same time.  This is a German language course that examines the German economic structure and its major components: industry, trade unions, the banking system, and the government.  Participants will learn about the business culture in Germany and how to be effective in a work environment, Germany’s role within the European Union, the importance of trade and globalization, and current economic issues in Germany.  The materials consist of authentic documents from the German business world, TV footage, and a Business German textbook.



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