What you’ll study.

German language, culture, and history. You can major or minor in German, or pick up a track that focuses on the acquisition of German language and business skills. Course requirements.

What you’ll do.

Practice your German daily while living in the I-Space. Use it weekly at lunch with faculty and colleagues. And if you qualify, you can aim for a "fast track" language program domestically or abroad during the summer after your freshman year. German experience opportunities.

Where you’ll go.

Your fluency will help you thrive across many professions in a global economy. Our Modern Languages and Cultures for the Professions (MLCP) track is intended for pre-professionals who want to learn the language and attain cultural knowledge of their target country. Potential career paths.

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