The German Studies program at Michigan State University offers graduate students a solid grounding in the core disciplinary areas of literature, culture, and language studies in a unique course of study that integrates digital humanities approaches into coursework, teaching, and research opportunities.
Graduate students benefit from the German faculty's active involvement with a range of interdisciplinary programs across campus:
Digital Humanities - Film Studies - Global Studies - Peace/Justice Studies
Second Language Studies - Gender Studies - Jewish Studies - Religious Studies
Graduate studies in German at MSU train professionals for a range of 21st century academic and professional careers. Coursework is combined with learning and teaching opportunities beyond the classroom, including virtual research experiences, study abroad internship, job shadowing in upper-level classes, engagement in MSU’s Community Language School and other outreach programs.