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1 Social Pedagogy Trier University - Courses taught in English (based on the academic year 2014/15 and the academic year 2015/16 (Business studies and Economics)) last update: September 1, 2015 course Bachelor s courses (wt: winter (st: summer Forms and Fields of Action in Social Pedagogy st 2 5 Recipients of Social Pedagogy st 2 5 The Social Pedagogy of Transitions st 2 5 English Studies LANG 101 Integrated Language and Study Skills wt 2 5 LIT 101 V Introduction to Literary Studies 1 wt LING 101 V Introduction to Linguistic Studies 1: Basic Concepts of Modern Descriptive Linguistics wt LING 102 METH V Introduction to ELT wt LANG 301 British Cultural Studies wt 2 4 LANG 302 Advanced Grammar wt 2 2 LING 301 Methods of Linguistic Text Analysis wt LIT 301 (Methods of Literary Text Analysis and Interpretation, including Socio-Cultural Studies) New English Literatures wt LIT 301 (Methods of Literary Text Analysis and Interpretation, including Socio-Cultural Studies) British Short Stories wt LIT 301 (Methods of Literary Text Analysis and Interpretation, including Socio-Cultural Studies) Romantic Poetry: Close Readings wt LIT 301 (Methods of Literary Text Analysis and Interpretation, including Socio-Cultural Studies) Dystopian Geographies wt LIT 301 (Methods of Literary Text Analysis and Interpretation, including Socio-Cultural Studies) Shakespeare and Early Modern Englishness wt LIT 301 (Methods of Literary Text Analysis and Interpretation, including Socio-Cultural Studies) The Oxford School of Children's Literature wt LIT 301 (Methods of Literary Text Analysis and Interpretation, including Socio-Cultural Studies) The English Novel from the 17th to the 19th Century: From Aphra Behn to George Eliot wt LANG 501 Integrated Language Skills (including Phonetics)/Phonetics / LANG 502a/b Integrated Language Skills (Cultural Studies American/ Cultural Studies British) wt 2 6 LIT 501 (Special Topic in Literary Studies) Daniel Defoe wt LIT 501 (Special Topic in Literary Studies) Anglophone Narratives of Trauma and Memories in Fiction and Film wt hours per week ECTScredits

2 LIT 501 (Special Topic in Literary Studies) Australian and Canadian Postcolonial Novels wt LIT 501 (Special Topic in Literary Studies) British Country House Novels wt LING 501 Special Topic in Linguistics wt LING 502 METH Special Topics in English Language Teaching wt LANG 201 Academic Writing for Students of English Studies st 2 5 LIT 201V (Introduction to Literary Studies 2) st LING 201V (Introduction to Linguistic Studies 2) st LANG 401 North American Culture Studies st 2 4 LANG 402 Translation German-English st 2 2 LIT 401 (Special Topic in Literary Studies) Edith Wharton st LIT 401 (Special Topic in Literary Studies) American Romanticism st LIT 401 (Special Topic in Literary Studies) The Gothic Novel st LIT 401 (Special Topic in Literary Studies) Poetry: Theory and Practice st LIT 401 (Special Topic in Literary Studies) Diasporic Narratives in Contemporary North American Media and Fiction st LIT 401 (Special Topic in Literary Studies) American Short Stories: Irving, Hawthorne, Poe st LIT 401 (Special Topic in Literary Studies) Native North American Writing st LING 401 / METH (Applied Linguistics) st LIT 402V (Special Topic in Literary Studies) Basic Survey of American Literature and Culture st LIT 402V (Special Topic in Literary Studies) Basic Survey of Canadian Literature and Culture st LIT 402V (Special Topic in Literary Studies) / ELM 302 (Special Topic in British and/or Post-Colonial Studies) Aspects of Late Victorian and Modernist British Literature st LING 402V (Special Topic in Linguistics) The Structure of English st LING 402V (Special Topic in Linguistics) The Spread of English II st LING 502/METH (Special Topics in English Language Teaching) Introduction to Teaching English: Activating Methods st LANG 601 Integrated Language Skills and Examination (Including Translation German-English) st 2 6 LIT 601 (Special Topic in Literary Studies) Poetry and its Making: From Creative Reading to Writing st Media Sciences International Advertising st 2 5 Business Studies Information and Decisions wt 3 5 Fundamentals of Finance wt 3 5 Strategy and Organization st 3 5

3 Economics EU Economic Policy wt 2 5 English for Economists (not for native speakers!) st 2 3 Business Studies and Economics (subject-specific foreign language training) Principles of Marketing (one week compact course) wt tba 5 Gender and Organization (one week compact course) st tba 5 Offshoring from Business Perspectives (one week compact course) st tba 5 Law * Introduction to German Law wt 2 6 * Courses in Law are for bachelor and master students course Master s courses (wt: winter (st: summer English Studies - courses only open to (master) students with English language skills level C1-C2 LANG 701 Comparative Cultural Studies wt 2 3 LING 701 (Special Topic in General Linguistics) / ELM 602 (Special Topics in English Literatures, Linguistics and Media) Modality in English LING 702 (Special Topic in Applied Linguistics) LING 703 (Special Topic in Language History) LING 704 METH (Introduction to Applied Linguistics and TESOL) LING 705 METH (Textual Studies and the new media) LIT 701 (Special Topic in Literary Studies) / NAS 201 (The Functions of Narratives in Cultural Studies A Survey of Theories) Narratives in North American Culture and Literature LIT 701 (Special Topic in Literary Studies) / ELM 502 (Special Topic in Post/Colonial, Diaspora, Multicultural and Gender Contexts) / NAS 202 (Major Topics in Canadian and American Literature) Asian Canadian Literature hours per week ECTScredits

4 LIT 701 (Special Topic in Literary Studies) / ELM 602 (Special Topics in English Literatures, Linguistics and Media) Spoken Word, Digital Literature and Creative Writing: Fresh Voices from Britain and Ireland LIT 701 (Special Topic in Literary Studies) / NAS 602 (Current Research Issues in North American Studies) Social, Political, and Economic Images in British and American Turn-of-the-Century Literature LIT 701 (Special Topic in Literary Studies) / NAS 502 (Current Issues in North American Media Studies) / ELM 202 (Film studies in the Anglophone World) The (In)Glorious Eighties - Reaganite Cinema LIT 701 (Special Topic in Literary Studies) / NAS 501 (Discourses on Orality and Literacy in North American Culture) New English Literatures LANG 901 / NAS 006 North American Cultural Studies (including Essay Writing) wt 2 8 LING 902 METH (Syllabus Design and Lesson Planning) wt 2 3 ELM 101 Literary History and Major Fields in English Studies / LIT 701 (Special Topic in Literary Studies) ELM 102 / NAS 102 Advanced Survey of Canadian Literature and Culture wt 2 7 ELM 201 Genres in English Studies: Theory and Analysis / LIT 701 (Special Topic in Literary Studies) / NAS 501 (Discourses on Orality and Literacy in North American Culture) ELM 202 / ELM 401 / LIT 701 Film and Television Genres ELM 501 / NAS 101 Advanced Survey of American Literature and Culture wt ELM 601 (Advanced Methods in English Literatures and Media, Colloquium ) / LIT 701 (Special Topic in Literary Studies): Cognitive Approaches to Literature and Media LANG 801 Advanced British Cultural Studies (including Essay Writing) st 2 5 LIT 801 (Special Topic in Literary Studies) / ELM 301 (Selected Texts in English Literatures and/or Media) Modernist Poetry LIT 801 (Special Topic in Literary Studies) / ELM 302 (Special Topic in British and/or Post-Colonial Studies) / Orientalism LIT 801 (Special Topic in Literary Studies) / NAS 301 (Major Narratives in American and/or Canadian Politics) American Rhetoric and Politics: Selected Speeches and Essays LIT 801 (Special Topic in Literary Studies) / NAS 302 (Major Narratives about American and/or Canadian Urban LIT 801 (Special Topic in Literary Studies) / ELM 401 (Special Topic in Anglophone Film Studies) / NAS 303 (Contemporary Debates in North American Culture) New Hollywood LIT 801 (Special Topic in Literary Studies) / ELM 401 (Special Topic in Anglophone Film Studies) Identity Constructions in Britain and Ireland - History, Literature and Theories LIT 801 (Special Topic in Literary Studies) / NAS 401 (Major Aspects of American Literature and Culture) Post-War American Literature and Culture ( ) LIT 801 (Special Topic in Literary Studies) / NAS 402 (Major Aspects of Canadian Literature and Culture) America's New Galactic Frontier? Philosophy, Ideology, and Imperialism in STAR WARS LIT 801 (Special Topic in Literary Studies) / ELM 402 (Special Topic in English Literatures and Media Studies) / NAS 403 (Canadian and American Core Narratives) The Harlem Renaissance: Adaptations and Representations Through Media LING 801 (Special Topic in General Linguistics) LING 802 (Special Topic in Applied Linguistics)

5 LING 803 (Special Topic in Language History and Change) LING 804 (Media in Language Teaching) st 2 4 LING 805 (Testing and Assessing) st 2 4 LING 902 METH (Syllabus Design and Lesson Planning) st 2 3 LANG 1001 Integrated Language Skills for Future Teachers st 2 3 Media Sciences International Advertising st 2 5 Political Science Economic Governance in Europe: European Monetary Union and the Governance of the Eurozone wt 4 tba Economic Policy-Making wt 4 tba East Asian Political Economy wt 4 tba Global Economic Governance st 4 tba East Asian Political Economy: China s Foreign Economic Relations: Background and Case Studies st 4 tba Security Studies - State of the Discipline st 4 tba Business Studies Capital Market Theory (consisting of two separate courses) wt 4 10 International Brand Management wt 4 10 Entrepreneurship and Innovation Research wt 2 5 New Venture Management wt 2 5 Financial Accounting (consisting of two separate courses) st 4 10 Investments (consisting of two separate courses) st 4 10 Risk Management (consisting of two separate courses) st 4 10 International Human Resource Management and Comparative Industrial Relations st 2 5 International Strategic Marketing st 2 5 International Management st 2 5 Corporate Governance and Leadership st 2 5 Economics Advanced Microeconomics wt 4 10 Mathematics for Economists wt tba tba Advanced Macroeconomics wt 4 10 Econometrics wt 4 10 Political Economics wt 4 10

6 European Energy Markets wt 2 5 European Environmental Economics wt 2 5 European and World Trade wt 2 5 Advanced Topics in Economic Analysis wt 4 10 Applied Mircoeconometrics Using Stata st 4 10 Applied Time Series and Financial Econometrics st 4 10 Incentives in Organizations and Innovation st 4 10 Monetary Policy and the EMU (consisting of two separate courses) st 4 10 European Energy Markets st 2 5 European Environmental Economics st 2 5 International Labour Markets st 4 10 European and World Trade st 2 5 Monetary Policy and the EMU st 4 10 Industrial Organization st 4 10 Survey Statistics Introduction into Statistical Estimation wt 4 10 Elements of Econometrics and Statistics wt 4 10 Sampling Methods wt 4 10 Multivariate Statistics st 4 10 Variance Estimation st 4 10 Environmental Sciences Ecotoxicological Effects of Environmental Pollutants (consisting of three separate courses) wt 4 5 Fluvial transport processes (consisting of two separate courses) wt 4 5 Atmospheric Boundary Layer (consisting of two separate courses) wt 4 5 Numerical Modelling in Meteorology: Applications wt 2 5 Environmental Monitoring Strategies (consisting of two separate courses) wt 4 5 Fundamentals of Environmental Remote Sensing (consisting of two separate courses) wt 4 5 Geological Hazards, risk Assessment and Management (consisting of three separate courses) wt 4 5 Advanced Aspects of Environmental Soil Sciences (consisting of two separate courses) wt 4 5 Soil use and Sustainable management (consisting of two separate courses) wt 4 5 Paleoclimate and Paleoenvironmental Changes (consisting of two separate courses) wt 5 5 Multivariate Statistics (consisting of two separate courses) wt 4 5 Remote Sensing of Global Change Processes (consisting of two separate courses) wt 4 5

7 European Environmental Law (consisting of two separate courses) wt 3 5 Soil Biology and Soil Functioning (consisting of two separate courses) st 4 5 Nature Conservation, Restoration & Protection (consisting of two separate courses) st 4 5 Regional Bio Monitoring Project (consisting of two separate courses) st 4 5 Vegetation Ecology (consisting of two separate courses) st 4 5 Numerical Modeling in Meteorology: Dynamics st 2 5 Monitoring and Remote Sensing in Meteorology st 2 5 Advanced Remote Sensing Data Processing (consisting of two separate courses) st 4 5 Environmental Chemistry and Risk Assessment (consisting of two separate courses) st 6 5 Aquatic Pollution Assessment (consisting of two separate courses) st 4 5 Physical Monitoring of Lithosphere and Hydrosphere (consisting of two separate courses) st 5 5 Polluted Site Remediation (consisting of two separate courses) st 4 5 Sustainable Chemistry (consisting of two separate courses) st 5 5 Geostatistics (consisting of two separate courses) st 4 5 Ecosystem Remote Sensing and Modelling Concepts (consisting of two separate courses) st 4 5 Satellite Time Series Analysis (consisting of two separate courses) st 4 5

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