The graduate program in Germanic studies offers degrees in:
Each track defines an area of scholarly concentration while allowing you to tailor the program to your individual needs and interdisciplinary interests.
We provide comprehensive advanced educational experiences through seminars, international exchanges, research opportunities and teaching assistantships. Incoming students receive funding packages that support them during their graduate studies. In GSD you will find a supportive, collaborative, and challenging intellectual environment.
Our faculty have specializations representing all historical areas from the medieval to the contemporary periods, and they are internationally recognized for research across scholarly fields that include:
We provide unique opportunities for research and study in German-Scandinavian literary relations, especially in the medieval to early modern periods and the late 19th to 20th century.
Faculty and graduate students are involved with a variety of University centers and programs.
As a department engaged in current discussions of pedagogy, multimedia instruction, and educational reform at the national level, we offer graduate students a rich variety of opportunities to develop skills as teacher-scholars for the 21st century. Graduate students teach in first-, second-, and third-year language and content courses, with access to ongoing professional development and mentoring support.
Director of Graduate Studies
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