Graduate Studies in German
The degree of Master of Arts is offered in German Language and Literature and may be taken by full-time or part-time study.
More information on the program is available from the School of Graduate Studies.
Graduate Course Offerings
- 6000 Issues in Modern Technology, Literature and Culture
- 6001 Issues in Literature on the Edges of Society
- 6100 Issues in the History of the German Language
- 6103 Bibliography and Research Methods
- 6200 Issues in Early German Literature and Culture I
- 6201 Issues in Early German Literature and Culture II
- 6300 Issues in Early Modern German Literature and Culture I
- 6301 Issues in Early Modern German Literature and Culture II
- 6800 Issues in Modern German Literature and Culture I
- 6801 Issues in Modern German Literature and Culture II
- 6900 Issues in Contemporary German Lit. and Culture II
- 6903 Issues in Propaganda and Censorship
- 7000 Special Subject or Author I
- 7001 Special Subject or Author II
- 7002 - 7020 Special Topics in German Studies
Minimum admission requirements: Bachelor's degree (minimum second class honours) in an appropriate area of study.
How to apply? https://www.mun.ca/become/graduate/apply/
What is needed to apply?
Letters of appraisal (2);
Non-refundable application fee;
Proof of English proficiency;
Additional documents may be required to better assess the application (writing sample in German); an interview may also be required.
Application Deadline: March 31st, for Fall admission
For more information:
Dr. Karine Abadie (graduate officer)
School of Graduate Studies: https://www.mun.ca/become/graduate/programs/german.php