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German Studies Department
Working with students individually, faculty members integrate diverse interests and learnings styles into all their seminars.
Explore the rich and complicated history of German-speaking cultures from a global perspective. Prepare for learning and working abroad.
With an emphasis on student-centered teaching and preparation for learning and working abroad, students across the disciplines acquire cultural knowledge throughintensive study of German language, literature, and film within a historical, political and social context.
Faculty members combine use of cutting-edge technology with a deep passion for critical and creative thinking based on a global perspective of German-speaking cultures.
Complement your major in philosophy, history, chemistry, economics, international relations or biology, to name a few, with a major or minor in German studies.
Join a group of Mount Holyoke students who are enthusiastic about the study of German language speaking cultures.
German studies alumnae have gone on to professions in broadcasting, finance, higher education, music, journalism and law, among other fields.
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