Why Study German at Concordia?As a German major, you will have the chance to work and study side by side with professors who are invaluable mentors. All three professors are accomplished researchers with a variety of specialties such at 19th century German philosophy, international business, 17th century German studies and German Renaissance and Baroque literature. They are also extensive travelers who will encourage you to travel and learn more about the German language and exciting culture.
To enhance your experience even further, Concordia’s German department offers you the opportunity to join the national German honor society, become a member of German Club, live in Max Kade – the German International House, help host the annual Sprachfest for high school students or work for Concordia Language Villages as a language counselor at Waldsee, the German Language Village.
Out-of-the-classroom experiences are available even further through Concordia’s Global Education program. Study abroad for 10 days or an entire year – you can even take on an internship overseas.
Contact one of our professors for more ways you can make the most of your German education at Concordia.