German Studies

  • Germanic Languages & Literatures
  • German Studies

The B.A. degree in German Studies offers students a diverse program in the language, culture, and history of German-speaking Europe, including literature, the arts, business, politics, linguistics, and German migrants living in diaspora. The undergraduate program is characterized by personalized advising, and students are encouraged to participate in co-curricular activities, conduct independent research, and study and undertake internships abroad. Students of German Studies tend to gravitate to careers with international dimensions, including commerce, law, education, government service, music, and environmental studies. For more detailed information about the undergraduate degree program, please see Undergraduate.

 


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