Japanese (JAPANESE)

Courses

JAPANESE 101. Elementary Japanese 1. 4 Credits.

An intensive introduction to practical Japanese with an emphasis placed on the four language skills: understanding, speaking, reading and writing. Course is offered at St. Norbert College and is not included in UWGB residency requirement for degree.
Fall Only.

JAPANESE 102. Elementary Japanese 2. 4 Credits.

Continuation of JAPANESE 101. Course is offered at St. Norbert College and is not included in UWGB residency requirement for degree.
P: JAPANESE 101.
Spring.

JAPANESE 203. Intermediate Japanese 1. 4 Credits.

Short basic readings, conversations, and grammar. Course is offered at St. Norbert College and is not included in UWGB residency requirement for degree.
P: JAPANESE 102.
Fall Only.

JAPANESE 204. Intermediate Japanese 2. 4 Credits.

A continuation of JAPANESE 203 with emphasis on developing facility in oral and written expression. Course is offered at St. Norbert College and is not included in UWGB residency requirement for degree.
P: JAPANESE 203.
Spring.

JAPANESE 305. Intermediate Reading, Conversation, and Composition. 4 Credits.

A continuation of JAPANESE 204 with emphasis on developing facility in oral and written expression. A cultural orientation prior to a study-abroad experience Course is offered at St. Norbert College and is not included in UWGB residency requirement for degree.
P: JAPANESE 204.

JAPANESE 375. Japanese Civilization. 3 Credits.

A background of history, art and institutions as an aid to the understanding of Japanese thought in literature as well as culture and to appreciate the Japanese people. Course is offered at St. Norbert College and is not included in UWGB residency requirement for degree.
P: JAPANESE 305 and 389.

JAPANESE 389. Special Topic. 3 Credits.

Topics of special interest, dealing with Japanese literature, civilization or culture. Course is offered at St. Norbert College and is not included in UWGB residency requirement for degree.
P: JAPANESE 305.

JAPANESE 390. Advanced Conversation, Grammar and Composition. 4 Credits.

Emphasis on developing facility in oral expression based on literatures and cultures. Attention to phonetics, pronunciation and syntax. Development of more difficult and sophisticated patterns of expression. Course is offered at St. Norbert College and is not included in UWGB residency requirement for degree.