Majors and Minors
Majoring or minoring in German Studies broadens your intellectual and cultural horizons; it also affords you many professional opportunities. Our students explore an extraordinarily rich cultural tradition—one that has thoroughly influenced almost every other field of study—and they do so in a very individual and personal setting. The department’s small size encourages close relationships between students and faculty, as do our programs in Berlin.
- Major A focuses on literary and non-literary texts in their historical and intellectual contexts.
- Major B combines German Studies classes with those from other areas.
- The modified major is designed by the student, combining German Studies with another discipline.
- A minor consists of six classes, which may include a relevant class from another department.