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GERM1151E001 - Introductory German I

Learn to speak, read, write and understand basic German through role-plays, discussions and drills. Learn to converse, read and write about family, the weather, and professions using the present tense, adjectives and prepositions, imperative, accusative case and model auxiliaries. Designed for those...
Code: GERM1151E001

GERM1152E001 - Introductory German II

Build on your knowledge of German grammar and vocabulary in this course, which introduces participants to complex sentence structure, the present perfect, dative and genitive cases, and the use of adjectives and adverbs. Enhance your vocabulary through current and engaging readings and discussions...
Code: GERM1152E001

GERM2210E001 - Intermediate German I

For participants with a firm knowledge of elementary level German, this low-intermediate course introduces increasingly complex vocabulary structures and vocabulary while improving the ability to communicate freely in oral and written German.Additional Information:View the Foreign Language Level...
Code: GERM2210E001

GERM9250E001 - Advanced German I

The country and people of Germany come alive through conversation, newspapers and magazines, video clips from contemporary German television programs, newspapers, writing assignments, and oral presentations. Complex grammar topics are addressed in readings and discussions.
Code: GERM9250E001

GERM9251E001 - Advanced German II

Focusing on topics of contemporary importance in Germany, students in this advanced class develop their abilities to express themselves using complex syntax and grammar in written assignments and oral presentations. Conducted entirely in German, the class addresses German politics and society in...
Code: GERM9251E001

GERM9252E001 - Advanced German III

Conducted completely in German, students further perfect their use of German grammar and syntax through written assignments and oral discussions. Further study of German newspapers and literature are explored to enhance students knowledge of the country.
Code: GERM9252E001

GERM1153E001 - Introductory German III

Take what you've learned so far and put it all in context. This course allows you to apply your knowledge of grammar and vocabulary in context and learn the use of reflexive verbs, simple past, past perfect and future tenses, as well as subjunctive and some passive voice. Emphasis is on increasing...
Code: GERM1153E001

GERM2211E001 - Intermediate German II

Designed for participants with a good background in the language, this course emphasizes reading and writing skills and helps develop a more varied and contemporary vocabulary through the study of newspapers, magazines and recordings.Additional Information:View the Foreign Language Level Guidance...
Code: GERM2211E001

GERM2212E001 - Intermediate German III

Authentic texts and recordings are key features of this course designed for the further development of skills in reading, writing and speaking. Through interactive role plays, presentations and class discussions, students acquire and apply their language skills. Grammar includes: reflexive verbs...
Code: GERM2212E001

HORT8210E001 - Propagating Perennials and Woody Plants

Discover basic plant reproduction techniques. Learn to work with seeds with simple germination requirements, seeds with complex germination requirements, stem and leaf cuttings, grafting and budding, bulbs, and tubers. The course, highlighted by hands-on experience, also covers soil preparation...
Code: HORT8210E001

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International Institute

International Institute Graduate School USA’s International Institute was created in 1961 with the support of U.S. Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy. Our mission is to facilitate international cooperation and understanding through the exchange of knowledge. In support of this mission, the Institute...

Foreign Languages

Language Study at Graduate School USA Graduate School USA offers classes in over a dozen foreign languages and American Sign Language, with courses available by contract to agencies and organizations and in our DC classrooms through Evening and Weekend Programs . Our instructors, all native speakers...

Foreign Language Courses: Level Guide

Finding the Language Course That's Right for You Graduate School USA's foreign language courses are offered for speakers at varying levels of proficiency. Our beginner-series courses are differentiated by two approaches: Introductory and Conversational . The conversational track is designed to focus...

Evening & Weekend Courses - Spring 2018

Evening & Weekend Courses - Spring 2018 Please click on the course title to view course information, availability, description and to register. To view all terms go to the course search page. Course ID Title Start Date End Date Price Instructor Confirmed ACCT1099E Introduction to Accounting 04/1...

Evening & Weekend Courses - Winter Term Listing 2018

Evening & Weekend Courses - Winter Term Listing 2018 Please click on the course title to view course information, availability, description and to register. To view all terms go to the course search page. Course ID Title Start Date End Date Price ACCT1099E Introduction to Accounting 01/22/2018 04/0...

Graduate School USA: Instructor Opportunities

Instructor and Consultant/SME Opportunities at Graduate School USA A leading provider of professional development and training courses for the federal government and the private sector, Graduate School USA serves organizations and individuals with programs designed to support organizational missions...

International Institute: Current Projects

Current Projects • U. S. Agency for International Development, 2000 – Ongoing Since 2000, the International Institute has worked closely with USAID to develop and deliver training programs for USAID personnel at USAID missions worldwide. Using the School’s extensive curriculum, training programs...

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