We offer our students a diverse and challenging program in the language and culture of German-speaking Europe, including literature, the arts, history, business, and politics. This interdisciplinary flexibility is reflected in the new undergraduate curriculum that is being introduced in fall 2013.
Our program is also characterized by personalized advising, co-curricular activities, and opportunities to conduct independent research and to study and undertake internships abroad. Furthermore, the relatively small size of our classes helps ensure that students participate actively in classroom learning and receive ample support from their instructors.
The German Studies Road Map highlights many opportunities you can pursue (and when to pursue them!) to enhance your undergraduate career.