Bonn/Cologne/Berlin—Courses

Full course descriptions, syllabi, and CVs (curriculum vitae) of instructors are available upon request from the Center for Study Abroad.

All Students

German Language (Not credit-bearing).

Berlin Courses

Courses are taught in German by local faculty. Politics interns take two politics courses. Students have access to academic and city libraries in Berlin, as well as the library of the Bundestag.

POLS 380G
Politics in Reunited Germany. This course is an introduction to German politics, with a special emphasis on the political parties and the party system and on the issues of German unity. Other topics include comparative politics with comparisons to the political systems of the United States and other countries.
POLS 371G
European Integration and Co-operation: The European Union. This course is an introduction to European politics, centering on the processes of European co-operation and integration, with special reference to the European Community and European Union.

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Bonn Courses

Courses are taught in German by local faculty. Students take one politics course and one arts course. Students have access to several academic and city libraries in Bonn and Cologne.

POLS 380G
Politics in Reunited Germany. This course is an introduction to German politics, with a special emphasis on the political parties and the party system and on the issues of German unity. Other topics include comparative politics with comparisons to the political systems of the United States and other countries.
ARTS 301G
German Art and Literature with Special Emphasis on the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries. This course is designed to give students an introduction to the art of the period, relating it to the music and literature of the era. The course provides an overview of the most important examples of German literature; reading, analyzing, and discussing the texts in German is an essential part of this course, as are field trips.

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