|Field of Study:||German Language and Literature
|Description:||To study German is to study a culture which has been, and still is, a bellwether among western European cultures, a culture with a profound impact for both good and bad far beyond its national borders. Contributions from German cultures have touched virtually all fields of study: the visual arts; science and technology; history, politics or economics; philosophy, psychology, music and religion - many more could be named. If you study German, you will acquire a greater understanding of this culture; as your appreciation grows, you will create for yourself the potential for experiencing this culture from the inside out. Becoming a student in our Bachelor of Arts (BA) in German program can open doors for you to study or work in a variety of fields abroad and at home; it can also be an important key to accessing wide-ranging professional opportunities in a variety of fields, such as international commerce, tourism, foreign service, radio and television journalism, publishing, education, library work, translation and interpreting. Even when knowledge and skill in German may not be directly required in these professions, your knowledge of German will often lead to unexpected opportunities for using it in interesting and rewarding ways. The Co-op program allows you to alternate in-school learning with 12 to 16 months of full-time paid work experience.
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