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  • Marjorie Wade
    find this course useful Prerequisites There is no German language requirement for this class All lectures class discussions and readings are in English Fulfills the General Education Requirement for category C1 German 151 GERMAN CIVILIZATION SEVENTEENTH CENTURY TO PRESENT 3 units The historical social and artistic forces in German civilization from the Seventeenth century to the present The German speaking countries geographically at the very heart of Europe have played a central role in European civilization since Carolingian times and have had a major influence on world history and world thought This course is designed to provide a background of the political and cultural history of the German speaking world and presents an overview of the geography political social and intellectual history with attention to the major trends in art and music This course provides a foundation for study in depth of the literature life and culture of the German speaking and is intended to help the student develop an appreciation and knowledge of the contributions of the German speaking world to Western civilization All reading and lectures in English 3 units This course fulfills the General Education Requirement for Category C1 GERMAN PROGRAM Courses in German encompass the study of German language literature and culture Language study begins with the imparting of the four basic language skills speaking aural comprehension reading and writing The imparting of the basic language skills is the first and necessary step toward what is actually the liberal arts core of our curriculum the upper division offerings It is through the advanced language courses as well as through the literature and culture courses that the students become familiar with the intricacies of another language begin thinking in that language and become familiar with the literary and cultural contributions made by the people speaking it Each student minoring in German is assigned an advisor upon entry into the program Teaching credential candidates must complete the Professional Education Program in addition to other requirements for a teaching credential Interested in GE classes in English We offer several GE courses about German history culture and literature taught exclusively in English The minor in German requires 12 upper division units Students are required to meet with a minor advisor for course selection German 1A Beginning German 4 units German 1B Beginning German 4 units German 2A Intermediate German 4 units German 2B Intermediate German 4 units German 5 105 German Language Practice 3 units German 100 Advanced Grammar 3 units German 110 Survey of German Literature to Classicism German 112 Modern German Literature German 194 Field Experience Internship German 195 Fieldwork Tutoring German 199 Special Problems The following courses taught by Professor Wade are taught entirely in English They meet the current requirements for General Education German 140 HEROES DRAGONS AND QUESTS 3 units German 141 GERMANIC MYTHOLOGY AND LEGEND 3 units German 142 GERMAN FOLK LITERATURE LEGEND AND LORE 3 units German 143 KING ARTHUR AND THE KNIGHTS OF THE ROUND TABLE IN GERMANY 3 units German 150

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/faculty/w/mdwade/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Christopher Wallace
    and Exams are completed and submitted online in Connect Accounting Links to the Publisher s website Connect Accounting are provided in the course online environment in SacCT 9 1 also known as Blackboard Students are assumed to be computer literate and capable of studying this course using the internet If you re unfamiliar with the University s latest version of SacCT follow this link SacCT9 1 A more detailed explanation

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/indiv/w/wallacec/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Ta-Chen Wang
    1 30 3 00 Thu 1 15 2 45 Or by appointment E mail tachen wang csus edu Office Phone 916 278 7112 Mailing Address Sacramento State 6000 J Street Sacramento CA 95819 6043 Courses Publications CV Research Projects Interests Professional Associations Education Courses Fall 2014 ECON 1A Introduction to Macroeconomic Analysis on Aplia ECON 135 Money Banking on SacCT Publications Publishing pays Economists salaries reflect productivity with Suzanne O Keefe Social Science Journal 50 1 Mar 2013 45 54 Financial Market and Industry Structure A Comparison of Banking and Textile Industry between Boston and Philadelphia in Early Nineteenth Century in Economic Evolution and Revolution in Historical Time edited by Paul Rhode Joshua Rosenbloom and David Wieman Stanford University Press Stanford CA 2011 Paying Back to Borrow More Reputation and Bank Credit Acces in Early America Explorations in Economic History 45 4 October 2008 477 488 Banks Credit Markets and Early American Development A Case Study of Entry and Competition Journal of Economic History 68 2 June 2008 438 461 CV CV in pdf format Research Projects Interests My main research interest is on banking in early 19th century United States Recently I became interested in the labor market especially

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  • Robert Wassmer's Homepage
    Master s Program in Urban Land Development Department of Public Policy and Administration California State University Sacramento Bio Opinions and Press Releases Books Personal Interests Course Syllabi and Info Editorial Boards California Politics and Policy Economic Development Quarterly Public Finance

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/indiv/w/wassmerr/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Sacramento State - PAGE TITLE
    experience ranges from the role of consultant to direct line staff member to administrator She uses these experiences to augment lectures and classroom activities She is committed to an educational process that both the student and instructor engage in together Primary areas of interest include race and ethnicity social problems marriage and family and community Debra currently teaches full time at California State University Sacramento as well as part time

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/indiv/w/welkleyd/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Faculty Webpage of Seunghee Wie
    discuss a little bit about me and deliver information to students about the classes that I teach Please be aware that I am working on this page as you read this very line so it may be different when you

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/indiv/w/wies/ (2016-02-12)
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  • redirect
    The site you have requested has moved The new address is faculty smcm edu lewiebers Please change any bookmarks or links you may have to the old address

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/indiv/w/wiebers/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Sacramento State - John Williams
    site link 8 site link 9 site link 10 Arts and Letters Communication Studies John Williams Ph D Courses Professional Associations Contact Information Title Professor Office Hours Monday and Wednesday from 10 00 to 11 30 E mail lauder saclink csus edu Office Phone 916 278 5314 Mailing Address Sacramento State 6000 J Street Sacramento CA 95819 xxxx Courses ComS 103 Sections 11 20 Professional Associations Type your Professional Associations

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/indiv/w/williamsj/ (2016-02-12)
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