2016-2017 University Catalog 
    
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GERM 392 - Layered Berlin: German Culture and the Social Market Economy


(BUS 392)
Planned Offering: Spring 2017 and alternate years.
Prerequisite: GERM 262. A four-week course taught abroad that offers students a true immersion in German language, culture, and business environment. In order to give students a complete understanding of contemporary Germany, we integrate a literary-historical analysis of the country’s rich history from 1848 to the present day with an introduction to German social and economic system that focuses on stakeholder-centric business and sustainability principles. Through an exciting mix of literary fiction, historical readings and cases, film screenings, along with corporate and cultural site visits, students gain an understanding of the interdependence between “big C” Culture and business culture. Youngman and Hess.




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