Office of the Registrar
School of Graduate Studies (2018/2019)
22.7 German
22.7.1 Program of Study

The degrees of Master of Arts and Master of Philosophy are offered in German Language and Literature and may be taken by full-time or part-time study.

  1. In addition to the general requirements, candidates will be expected to have acquired a superior knowledge of the spoken and written language and may, depending on their academic background and field of specialization, be asked to take advanced undergraduate courses.

  2. All candidates will complete at least 15 credit hours and a thesis for the M.A. and at least 30 credit hours for the M.Phil., and the entire program of study and research will normally be of two-years' duration.

22.7.2 Courses

A selection of the following graduate courses will be offered to meet the requirements of candidates, as far as the resources of the Department will allow.

  • 6000 Topics in Modern Technology, Literature and Culture
  • 6001 The Other in German-language Literature and Culture
  • 6100 Topics in the History of the German Language
  • 6103 Bibliography and Research Methods
  • 6200 Issues in Early German Literature and Culture I
  • 6201 Topics in Early German Literature and Culture II
  • 6300 Topics in Early Modern German Literature and Culture I
  • 6301 Topics in Early Modern German Literature and Culture II
  • 6800 Topics in Modern German Literature and Culture I
  • 6801 Topics in Modern German Literature and Culture II
  • 6900 Topics in Contemporary German Literature and Culture I
  • 6901 Topics in Contemporary German Literature and Culture II
  • 6903 Propaganda and Censorship
  • 7000 Special Subject or Author I
  • 7001 Special Subject or Author II
  • 7002-7020 Special Topics in German Studies