German is more than a language — the curriculum studies German culture, history, philosophy, literature, arts, and film; German House and a weekly German Table allow you to live the language with fellow students, native speakers, and visiting guests. You can cap off your experience with study abroad, a senior seminar, or an independent research project. Majors go on to graduate study and careers in education, interpretation, media, law, economic development, government, tourism, finance, and more.


Anton Kaes' lecture addresses the invisible, long-term effects of the First World War on German society.

Andres Cambronero '15 wins the 2014 Student Research Award from North Central Council of Latin Americanists.