What will I study?
The modern language program in German is designed to provide students with appropriate linguistic skills. Students will develop a knowledge and sympathetic understanding of cultural differences, and be informed on the civilization, culture, literature, and other social and artistic achievements of the country. Monder language programs are flexible enough to accommodate students seeking a degree in a modern language including a degree in International Business or International Economics, a double major, or simply a minor in a modern language.
How will I grow?
German Studies graduates work as editors in publishing houses, librarians or documentalists, find jobs as cultural managers or journalists, run press offices, or write novels and textbooks. They also teach German, and some combine teaching German as a foreign language with translation or interpreting.
What's my next step?
- Business professional
- Dr. Jennifer Heller, Chair, School of Arts & Letters, Assistant Professor
- Dr. Arturo Ortiz, Professor of Spanish
- Dr. Adelia E. Parrado-Ortiz, Assistant Professor of Spanish
- Dr. Eric Schramm, Associate Professor of Spanish
- Dr. Gabriele Weinberger, Professor of German, English, French