Undergraduate students majoring or minoring in German can count on personalized advising, individualized attention from our faculty, small class sizes, and project-based learning. What else sets us apart and makes us a tight-knit community of learners?
- A curriculum that helps students develop German language skills and transcultural competence in courses dealing with literature, film, culture, the social sciences, and business in the German-speaking world;
- Internationally-recognized language evaluation tools (Goethe Institut) used to assess language learning;
- Networking opportunities through free membership in the German American Chamber of Commerce for all degree students;
- Regular German-related events, such as an annual German Play, Karrieretag (career day), Campus Week (with the German Embassy), Oktoberfest, Alumni career visits, film series, etc.;
- Students from a variety of disciplines, including natural sciences and engineering, have had great success with preparation for research in Germany;
- A wide range of study-abroad opportunities from faculty-led programs (Munich, Vienna), international internships (Berlin), direct enrollment programs in German Universities (Augsburg), and a variety of partner programs;
- Generous departmental support for study abroad and other undertakings (i.e. the Kuschmierz, Foltin, Wylie-Ernst scholarships); and
- A proven track record of students winning competitive national and international scholarships (i.e. DAAD, DAAD-RISE, Fulbright, CBYX, German Chancellor’s Fellowship, etc.)
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